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And a Average monthly precipitation ranges from slight late fall (November) maximum from Massachusetts northward (as Portland Maine) to slight summer maximum the Mid-Atlantic states from southern Connecticut south Virginia (as Wilmington Delaware Norfolk Virginia) to more pronounced summer maximum from Cape Hatteras North Carolina southward along Southeastern United States coast Savannah Georgia Florida peninsula has sharp wet-summer/dry-winter pattern with 60 70 percent of precipitation falling between June October an average year and dry sunny late fall winter early spring. For and 9.4 Slavery and Declaration are In a in an The Seven Years' War which began 1756 was first war waged on global scale saw British involvement Europe India North America Caribbean Philippines coastal Africa results were highly favorable Britain and major disaster France Key decisions were largely the hands of William Pitt Elder war started poorly Britain lost island of Minorca 1756 suffered series of defeats North America After years of setbacks mediocre results British luck turned the "miracle year" ("Annus Mirabilis") of 1759 British had entered year anxious about French invasion but by end of year they were victorious all theatres the Americas they captured Fort Ticonderoga (Carillon) drove French out of Ohio Country captured Quebec City Canada as result of decisive Battle of Plains of Abraham captured rich sugar island of Guadeloupe the West Indies India John Company repulsed French forces besieging Madras Europe British troops partook in decisive Allied victory at Battle of Minden victory over French navy at Battle of Lagos and decisive Battle of Quiberon Bay ended threats of French invasion confirmed Britain's reputation as world's foremost naval power Treaty of Paris of 1763 marked high point of First British Empire France's future North America ended New France (Quebec) came under British control India third Carnatic War had left France still control of several small enclaves but with military restrictions and obligation support British client states effectively leaving future of India Great Britain British victory over France the Seven Years' War therefore left Great Britain as world's dominant colonial power with bitter France thirsting revenge.