General Edward Braddock was known as "Bulldog." He led a troop of British soldiers including George Washington, Braddock was soon ambushed in a thick forest by the French and their Indian allies. He died there in the forest and 60 men killed or injured.
"General James Wolfe, at Quebec" by George Townshend (1759) - Wolfe was famous for not getting along with his brigadier generals, one of which was Townshend. Perhaps as a result of this rocky relationship, Townshend, a talented cartoonist in his own right, made many small sketches lampooning life during the siege of Quebec from June to September 1759 - and making fun of Wolfe in particular. Here Wolfe is seen complaining that a twenty-five foot deep latrine was STILL not deep enough!