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Chapter 14: The conquest of Canada—Pitt's ministry continued. 1759. America more and mo
nter the preparations of England and America, Canada received scanty supplies of provi-
chap. XIV. ted good fortune, or great fault in the enemy, Canada must be taken this campaign, or certainly the sle-aux-Noix.
The whole mass of the people of Canada had been called to arms; the noblesse piqued t ications at Crown Point, which the conquest of Canada would render useless.
Thus he let all August, giments, as able alone to beat back the whole Canadian army.
This severe check, in which four hun ad the whole
chap. XIV.} 1759. Sept. force of Canada to oppose, and, by the nature of the river, th ur les Operations Militaires de la Campagne en Canada en 1759, 5, printed at Quebec in 1840.
Compar w Picture of Quebec, 345, makes the number of Canadian militia in the battle 5,000.
But Bougainvill s a well-spring of bold designs; his career in Canada a wonderful struggle against inexorable desti