yes indeed, it is written Terbon, should read Terrebonne, which is the actual parish where the marriage was done. The celebrant's name is Lepage de Ste-Claire. The ''St-Maurice'' is the man's dit name, he is a soldier, still active as such since he had to get permission from his commanding officer to marry. Commanding officer's name has been read as Denivier by Drouin institute. Don't find that name in the list of commanding officers in the book I have (published in 2017, major piece of work). The only CO named Duvivier was named Henri Jules Le Fournier du Vivier. Time frame for him fits, 1712-1738. From France, married here and stayed.