Published in 1895, this biography covers the life and death General James Wolfe, the British commander who helped to lead English forces to victory over the French in the Canadian theater of the Seven Years' War. He lost his life to a cannon shot at the climactic moment of the Siege of Quebec.
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About the Author
Arthur Granville Bradley (1850-1943) was an English historian, traveler, and biographer whose notable works include Lord Dorchester (1907), The Fight with France for North America (1899), The Rivers and Streams of England (1909), and Sketches from Old Virginia (1897).