- Oct 1, 2002--- In WarOf1812@y..., "Chewie" <bkba21788@b...> wrote:
> Well aint that just the trouble with a good name . everybody endsup using it .
>It reminds me of when I took a course at the University of Western
> unit commander
> 50th West Kent Regiment Re Enactment Unit
> " not a good looking bunch , but devilish steady"
>Ho, ho, most satirical.
Ontario, in London, Canada. The lecturer was Gerald S. Graham, naval
historian at the University of London, England.
He declared London, Ontario, the most Imperial city he had ever seen.
Every street, he said, seemed to have its Old London counterpart. It
made for a lot of confusion when he was communicating with his
colleagues back home. You really must see it for yourself. Why not
bring your mob over for a visit to one of our events. Longwoods is
right outside London and next year they are planning a big
extravaganza in the London area for the bicentennial of the Talbot
settlement by that old rogue Col. Thomas Talbot and his bogtrotting
and haggis-bashing serfs.
Pte. Timothy Avery
Volunteer Battalion, Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada
`The Redcoat Ploughboys'
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