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Quebec City

would be sufficient to drive the British military from the province. Congress at first ordered the forts to be abandoned, Smith (1907), vol 1 (#SmithFourteen), p. 178 prompting New York and Connecticut to provide troops and material for purposes that were essentially defensive in nature. Public outcries from across New England and New York challenged the Congress to change its position. When it became clear that Guy Carleton


Boston

proposed expeditions against Quebec, suggesting that a force as small as 1200–1500 men would be sufficient to drive the British military from the province. Congress at first ordered the forts to be abandoned, Smith (1907), vol 1 (#SmithFourteen), p. 178 prompting New York and Connecticut to provide troops and material for purposes that were essentially defensive in nature. Public outcries from across New England and New York challenged


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