Although unusual in his driving ambitions and his consuming need to accumulate a fortune, Harrison remained in most respects thoroughly conventional and Victorian, and his diary offers unrivalled insights into the voice of the mid-nineteenth century Toronto male.The congregation was a very slim one. Mr. Cole preached and under his preaching it is likely to be still more slim. Wednesday, July 9 Instructed Copp, Clark aamp; Co. to send a copy of the manual to Judge Dillon, Davenport, Iowa. Wrote him aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Conventional Man|
|Author||:||Robert Alexander Harrison, Peter Oliver, Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 2003-01-01|