The campaign date is May 1758 and the operational progress can be found here on Jonathan's Palouse Wargaming Journal.
While at 3:1 odds advantage is definitely with the British. Providing they are not careless or unlucky with the dice.
|The British line advance quickly to be within range to avoid accumulating unnecessary hits from the fort artillery.|
|The British first line closes and engages the French units manning the fort walls|
|Militia units are withdrawn from the line as hits are accumulated. There is a risk to the British that they fail a movement test and take another volley which eliminates the unit. Timing and luck are important.|
|Finally the French succumbed to the British assault and sue for terms of surrender, which are accepted.|
From a campaign perspective neither side had any units totally destroyed, but another British victory is only putting them in a stronger position.