|British Soldier [Source]|
From 1812: The War, and Its Moral: a Canadian Chronicle, by William Foster Coffin:
The achievements of 1812 were the household words of my childish days. For three years, I grew up among the men, and almost among the incidents of the time. In the Spring of 1815, from the Grand Battery at Quebec, I had watched the slow cavalcade which bore Sir George Prevost across the ice of the St. Lawrence, on his return to England.
The Coffin family chronicled here.