The Action of 15 June 1745 was a naval encounter between three New England vessels and a French and native relief convoy en route to relieve the Siege of Louisbourg (1745) during King George's War. The French and native convoy of four French vessels and fifty native canoes carrying 1200 fighters was led by Paul Marin de la Malgue and the New England forces were led by Captain David Donahew. The New Englanders were successful.

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  • The Action of 15 June 1745 was a naval encounter between three New England vessels and a French and native relief convoy en route to relieve the Siege of Louisbourg (1745) during King George's War. The French and native convoy of four French vessels and fifty native canoes carrying 1200 fighters was led by Paul Marin de la Malgue and the New England forces were led by Captain David Donahew. The New Englanders were successful. The Governor of Ile Royal Louis Du Pont Duchambon thought that the New Englanders would have ended their siege of Louisbourg had Marin arrived. (There were 1800 French soldiers at Louisbourg versus 4200 New Englanders.) Instead, the day following the battle, Duchambon surrendered Louisbourg to New England. (en)
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  • "considerable slaughter” of French and Indians; "many slain"
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  • *Wabanaki Confederacy
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  • *Huron
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  • British victory
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  • four ships
  • over 175 men
  • * 2 sloops
  • * 2 schooners
  • * 500 French; 700 natives fromWabanaki Confederacy(Mi'kmaq and Maliseet) andHuron
  • * 50 canoes (each with 14 natives)
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  • King George's War (en)
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  • Naval Battle off Tatamagouche - National Historic Sites of Canada Plaque (en)
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  • none (en)
  • "considerable slaughter” of French and Indians; "many slain" (en)
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  • Naval Battle off Tatamagouche (en)
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  • British victory (en)
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  • four ships (en)
  • over 175 men (en)
  • * 500 French; 700 natives from Wabanaki Confederacy and Huron * 2 schooners * 2 sloops * 50 canoes (en)
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  • The Action of 15 June 1745 was a naval encounter between three New England vessels and a French and native relief convoy en route to relieve the Siege of Louisbourg (1745) during King George's War. The French and native convoy of four French vessels and fifty native canoes carrying 1200 fighters was led by Paul Marin de la Malgue and the New England forces were led by Captain David Donahew. The New Englanders were successful. (en)
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