1714 ca1780, May 18
a Royal Navy officer and colonial governor of New York. In 1757, under the command of Vice Admiral Francis Holburne, Hardy escorted Lord Loudoun and his army from New York to Halifax intending to attack Louisbourg, but the attack was called off when Louisbourg was found to be strongly defended by a French fleet. The next year, he was second in command under Admiral Edward Boscawen at the successful Siege of Louisbourg.
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06/16/1779-Vice-Admiral Charles Hardy sails out of Isle of Wright against Spanish Armada 
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