Battle of Saint-Denis (1837)
|Battle of Saint-Denis|
|Part of the Lower Canada Rebellion|
"Les Fils de la Liberté" hurl back British regulars at the Battle of Saint-Denis. Contemporary watercolour.
|United Kingdom||Patriote rebels|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Charles Stephen Gore||Wolfred Nelson|
600 unarmed civilians
|Casualties and losses|
The Battle of Saint-Denis was fought on November 23, 1837 between British colonial authorities under Lieutenant-Colonel Gore and Lower Canada rebels. The Patriotes were victoriously led by Wolfred Nelson. The British had to retreat because they were running out of ammunition.
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