MONTCEAU-LES-MINES MONTDIDIER of the Heights of Abraham (Sept. 12, 1759), in which Wolfe was killed and Montcalm mortally wounded. The French commander died two days later, while the place, with which his name and Wolfe's are for ever associated, was still in the hands of the garrison.
BIBLIOGRAPHY. See CANADA : History ; and SEVEN YEARS' WAR, also Parkman's Montcalm and Wolfe. The chief French authorities are Pinard, Chronologie militaire, \. 616 (1762); Montcalm et le Canada Jrangais, by F. Joubleau (Paris, 1874) and C. de Bonnechose (Paris, 1877); Le Moine, La Memoire de Montcalm vengee (Montreal, 1889).
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