Chambly and Sorel, who were his comrades, have also left their names impressed on the map of New France.
Montgomery sent a detachment to capture Chambly for the sake of its artillery.
Chambly and St. Johns were taken some weeks ago, and in them the whole regular army in Canada, except about forty or fifty men.
The British fort at Chambly was besieged, and surrendered October 18th.
The party was twenty-five days on its march from Deerfield to Chambly.
Two days after the disease had appeared in camp, the troops were ordered to Chambly.
The Touchard coaches finally extended their route to Chambly; but competition followed.
His handsome stone Manorhouse and mill are to be seen at Chambly.
Continuing their journey southwards, they arrived at the Chambly Rapids.
Vaudreuil sets their total loss at eight killed and eighteen wounded,—the former including two officers, Verchères and Chambly.