4 edition of An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July 1758 found in the catalog.
An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July 1758
|Statement||by a spectator.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 20249|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (34 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||34|
A plan of the town and harbour of Louisbourg in the Island of Cape Breton: taken from ye French on June 17 by ye New England men under ye command of General Pepperell, assisted by ye British fleet commanded by Admiral Warren. Contributor Names Bowen, Emanuel, or . Check out popular annual events and festivals in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, as well as our community events calendar. We hope to see you there!
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The Siege of Louisbourg took place in when a New England colonial force aided by a British fleet captured Louisbourg, the capital of the French province of Île-Royale (present-day Cape Breton Island) during the War of the Austrian Succession, known as King George's War in the British on: Louisbourg, Île-Royale (present-day . This regiment eventually found its way to Louisbourg, arriving overland just a day or so before the English made their landing at Garbarus Bay. The fleet under Besné then carried on to Quebec. By June the 8th, , the British had affected a landing on the shores just below Louisbourg and the Siege of Louisbourg of was underway.
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^be Artillery, Ammunition and warlike Stores found in the Garrifon and its Batteries. Authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July London: Printed for W. Owen(OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Spectator.
An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July London: Printed for W. Owen; 67 pages, 65 with full-text search Help View. Full text of "An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July " See other formats Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by The Birks Family Foundation WW/ M A K v Authentic Account O F T H E REDUCTION O F L0UISBRG, In June and JulyOb Patriam pugnando.
— Vjrq. AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF THE REDUCTION OF LOUISBOURG IN JUNE AND JULY - Naval & Military Press Contemporary account of the successful British amphibious operation in June and July 1758 book besiege and destroy the French fortress of Louisbourg in Novia Scotia during the Seven Years War.
An Authentic Account of the Reduction of Louisbourg, In June and July, Ob Patriam pugnando-Virg. By a Spectator, London, W.
Owen, An Officer of Fraser’s Regiment, Journal of the Particular Transactions During the Siege of Quebec: At Anchor Opposite the Island of Orleans, July 26th,Québec, Printed. Relief shown by ed with north to the upper s in An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July London: W.
Owen, LC Maps and charts of North America and the West Indies,The Siege of Louisbourg lasted from June 8 to Jand was part of the French & Indian War (). Located on the approaches to the St. Lawrence River, the fortress at Louisbourg was a critical part of New France's defenses.
Eager to strike at Quebec, the British first attempted to take the town in but were thwarted. The Siege of Louisbourg, J An Authentic Account of the Reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July by a Spectator.
“If any soldr or follower of the army bring into head quarters an indian scalp he shall receive five pounds from the Genl for every scalp.”. Appears in An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July London: W.
Owen, LC Maps and charts of North America and the West Indies,Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. An Authentick Account of the Reduction of Louisbourg.
It was written by a "spectator". Extracts from this English account were published in the London Magazine in [Based on: Fortress of Louisbourg, "Guide to Louisbourg Journals," Unpublished Report H J 43 (Fortress of Louisbourg.
An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July by: Spectator. Published: () The great importance of Cape Breton Published: (). The original intention had been to capture Louisbourg by the end of June, but the British did not arrive until 2 June.
The French had 7, men in the garrison on the town, and had managed to get five ships of the line into the harbour, enough to prevent a naval assault on the harbour.
captured. The victory at Louisbourg opened the way for the British to campaign up the St. Lawrence River with the goal of taking Quebec. Following that city's surrender inBritish engineers began the systematic reduction of Louisbourg's defenses to prevent it being returned to File Size: 7MB.
Account of the Capture of Louisburg The Fortress of Louisburg on the Atlantic coast of Cape Breton Island was the bastion guarding the entrance to the Saint Lawrence River and access to French Canada. Before the British could conquer the French colony Louisburg had to be captured.
The Siege of Louisbourg, by Larry Ostola. Landing at Louisbourg. In early Junethe British fleet under Admiral Boscawen arrived in Gabarus Bay a short distance down the coast from the Fortress of Louisbourg, and preparations were made for an immediate army was divided into three parts; the right wing under Brigadier Whitmore, the left wing under Brigadier-General Lawrence.
The Siege of Louisbourg was a pivotal operation of the Seven Years' War (known in the United States as the French and Indian War) in that ended the French colonial era in Atlantic Canada and led to the subsequent British campaign to capture Quebec in and the remainder of French North America the following on: Louisbourg, Île-Royale (present-day.
An authentic account of the reduction of Louisbourg, in June and July() (a contemporary description published in London months after the battle).High Quality FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: McLennan, John Stewart:Louisbourg, From Its Foundation To Its Fall, Originally published by London: Macmillan in Bibliography: p.
Book will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images. Book will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover bound.1/5(1).(b) Reports on Manuscripts Pertaining to Louisbourg in the United States by James R.
McCartney, Unpublished Report H H 49 (Fortress of Louisbourg) (c) Research Report [Public Archives of Canada] by Julian Gwyn, Unpublished Report H H 51 (Fortress of Louisbourg, June, [July 4, ] - Selections from the Report.