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Battle of Quebec, September 13, 1759. 
Under cover of darkness, the British, led by Wolfe, landed on the banks below the cliffs of Quebec to climb up some hidden paths. Come morning, his army was already in possession of a foothold on the Plains of Abraham. The British prevailed  despite Wolfe falling in the field, and the city fell.

Battle of Quebec, September 13, 1759. 

Under cover of darkness, the British, led by Wolfe, landed on the banks below the cliffs of Quebec to climb up some hidden paths. Come morning, his army was already in possession of a foothold on the Plains of Abraham. The British prevailed  despite Wolfe falling in the field, and the city fell.



Battle of Quebec, September 13, 1759. 

Under cover of darkness, the British, led by Wolfe, landed on the banks below the cliffs of Quebec to climb up some hidden paths. Come morning, his army was already in possession of a foothold on the Plains of Abraham. The British prevailed  despite Wolfe falling in the field, and the city fell.


   
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