The Gulf of St. Lawrence Campaign (also known as The Gaspee Expedition) occurred during the French and Indian War (the North American theatre of the Seven Years' War) when British forces raided villages along present-day New Brunswick and the Gaspé Peninsula coast of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Sir Charles Hardy and Brigadier-General James Wolfe were in command of the naval and military forces respectively.

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  • The Gulf of St. Lawrence Campaign (also known as The Gaspee Expedition) occurred during the French and Indian War (the North American theatre of the Seven Years' War) when British forces raided villages along present-day New Brunswick and the Gaspé Peninsula coast of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Sir Charles Hardy and Brigadier-General James Wolfe were in command of the naval and military forces respectively. After the Siege of Louisbourg (1758), Wolfe and Hardy led a force of 1500 troops in nine vessels to the Gaspé Bay arriving there on September 5. From there they dispatched troops to Miramichi Bay (September 12), Grande-Rivière, Quebec and Pabos (September 13), and Mont-Louis, Quebec (September 14). Over the following weeks, Sir Charles Hardy took 4 Sloops or Schooners, destroyed about 200 fishing vessels and took about two hundred prisoners. (en)
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  • Maritimes (en)
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  • Brigadier-General James Wolfe, British commander (en)
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  • Belligerents (en)
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  • * Charles Deschamps de Boishébert et de Raffetot * Joseph Broussard * Father Pierre Maillard * Father Jacques Manach * Michel Mahiet * Francois LeFebvre de Bellefeuille * Father Bonaventure Carpentier * Pierre Révol (en)
  • * James Wolfe * Charles Hardy * James Murray * Paulus Aemilius Irving * John Dalling (en)
  • * James Wolfe * Charles Hardy * James Murray * Hervey Smythe * Paulus Aemilius Irving * John Dalling (en)
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  • Gulf of St. Lawrence Campaign (en)
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  • September 1758 (en)
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  • * Acadia militia * Wabanaki Confederacy (en)
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  • The Gulf of St. Lawrence Campaign (also known as The Gaspee Expedition) occurred during the French and Indian War (the North American theatre of the Seven Years' War) when British forces raided villages along present-day New Brunswick and the Gaspé Peninsula coast of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Sir Charles Hardy and Brigadier-General James Wolfe were in command of the naval and military forces respectively. (en)
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  • Gulf of St. Lawrence Campaign (1758) (en)
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