Built in 1810 for Presbyterian Scots of Quebec City, the church was enlarged in 1823. Its steeple recalls that of the Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral. Initially, the congregation consisted almost entirely of Fraser Highlanders, a battalion in General Wolfe's army. Inside, the ornate main altar and pulpit face the former governor's gallery.
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