Re: Recruiting for the regiment
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> You could also run a regency style ball or dance lessons to drum upbusiness and have some fun as well. (Capt. Everett are you up for a
trip to NSW to teach dance lessons?)
As much as I'd be intrigued to see a different part of the globe and
visit the folks "down under", that's a fair distance to go, either by
way of the Cape or the Horn. Nor is the shipping season started, and
you know what the road to Montreal is like in the spring.
Besides which, I don't think I would be granted Leave of Absence for
such a purpose.
I remain, etc.
Capt., Incorp. Militia
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I will keep an eye open for this series and please keep me posted
of any details.I have been looking at Chapters for "Circle of
Silver"and can't seem to locate it .Do you know where I could get a
copy? Do you know anything about the Silver Birch Awards given to
Canadian Authors and how do books get choosen? Please write me off
list if you want because this is way off topic.
--- In WarOf1812@y..., "Maxine Trottier" <maxitrot@e...> wrote:
> On the topic of books for young people, Scholastic is in the
> creating the Canadian version of their very successful Dear America
> This will be the Dear Canada series. I know that a book about
> one on the War of 1812 are on the way.
> They are done in diary format. I know some of the writers who are
> these projects as well as some of the historians and experts who
> proofing them. They will be carefully done and very readable.
> I am writing the 7th book, one dealing with Les Files du Roi (which,
> forgive, has nothing to do with this list other than that it is
> history.) The manuscript deadline is in 2002 and I am just bracing
> another rather big 1812 project, so back to the correct century!
> My point is, good books for young people are out there.
> Maxine Trottier
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