Canada in 1837-38: Showing, by Historical Facts, the Causes of the Late Attempted Revolution, and of Its Failure; the Present Condition of the People, and Their Future Prospects, Together with the Personal Adventures of the Author, and Others who Were Connected with the Revolution, Volume 1
H. F. Anners, 1841 - 316 pages
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