Lines On Col. Wonham - Poem by James McIntyre
Formerly of Ingersoll, now of the North West.
When Wonham got orders
To advance to the borders,
His boys they were ready
And fell in quite steady.
They first marched to Woodstock,
To prepare for war's shock,
And soon camped at Windsor,
Facing American shore.
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