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The Bishop was met at Pointe aux Trembles by the reception committee.
Wolfe and Montcalm themselves -- thought the real attack was going to be made close to Pointe aux Trembles, for news had leaked out that this was the plan formed by the
But he did not know that it had been stopped by a British frigate above Pointe aux Trembles, and that
He expected to see Holmes and Wolfe back at Pointe aux Trembles in the morning.
They still seemed, however, to point to a landing somewhere along those much threatened thirteen miles between Cap Rouge and Pointe aux Trembles, but, more especially, at Pointe aux Trembles itself.
On the 13th Montgomery entered Montreal, and thence pressed down the St. Lawrence to Pointe aux Trembles, twenty miles above