January - Thomas Gage assumes command of Albany and its neighboring outposts.. July - Thomas Gage is given command of troops operating on Lake Ontario.
- Thomas Gage returns to command Albany during that winter.
- Thomas Gage commands the rear guard in Maj. General Jeffery Amherst's approach to Montreal. September 6 - Thomas Gage becomes military governor of Montreal and surrounding areas.
- Thomas Gage is promoted to Major General.
1762 June - Thomas Gage is given command of the 22nd Regiment.
1763 November 16 - Thomas Gage arrives in New York City and assumes duties as acting Command-in-Chief in America.
1764 November 16 - Thomas Gage officially becomes Commander-in-Chief in America.
1765 October 15 - Thomas Gage goes to Boston to arrange for quarters for the garrison there. November 24 - Thomas Gage returns to New York City.
1772 October - Thomas Gage requests a leave of absense to return to England.
1773 June 8 - Thomas Gage and his family sail for England.
1774 April 2 - Thomas Gage is made the Royal Governor of Massachusetts in addition to his duties as Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in America. May 13 - Thomas Gage arrives in Boston. May 17 - Thomas Gage disembarks.
- Thomas Gage begins seizing powder stores in an effort to prevent violent uprisings.
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