Discourse on the nature and duties of the military profession

delivered in Saint Andrew"s Church, Toronto, to the 93d Highlanders on the eve of their departure from Toronto garrison. by W. T. Leach

Publisher: H. Scobie, J. Cleland, printer in Toronto

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