|Part of First Opium War|
The Houchung fort and the Nemesis in the Broadway River
|United Kingdom||Qing Dynasty|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Casualties and losses|
|3 wounded||9 junks destroyed,
115 guns captured
The Broadway expedition was a British military expedition that explored the Broadway River, China, on 13–15 March 1841 during the First Opium War. The Broadway River (part of the present-day Pearl River) was also called the Inner Passage or Macao Passage. It served as an intricate passage from Macao to Canton.
Map showing the track of the Nemesis from Macao during the expedition
- Bernard & Hall 1847, p. 138
- Bernard & Hall 1847, p. 148
- Bernard, William Dallas; Hall, William Hutcheon (1847). The Nemesis in China (3rd ed.). Henry Colburn.