The British had sent a force of 4000 soldiers to attack the Beauport Shore but the French had anticipated this and had placed a strong defensive force there. About 440 British soldiers were killed and wounded.
The British sent some ships to the Beauport shore to make the French think they would attack there again. The French in response, positioned more soldiers there.
The British sent a French speaking British soldier to climb and infiltrate the Anse-Au-Foulon(a steep narrow path used by the French to get water) so they can take control of the hill and would have a clear path to the Plains of Abraham( an open field right next to Quebec).
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The British knew the French would send out troops to fight them. unfortunately the French had sent most of their troops to the Beauport Shore in response to the British's feint.
The thin red line was a tactic used by the British army during the Battles of the Plains of Abraham. It was a very effective strategy and one of the main reasons the British won the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.