Captain Charles Daniel of the French attacked Sir James Stewart, the fourth Lord Ochiltree of Killeith’s settlement on Cape Breton. Known as the Siege of Baleine, Daniel captured the fort and the Scottish colonists were taken prisoner. Daniel later had the prisoners help him build Fort Sainte Anne at Grand Cibou – what we know today as Englishtown on St Anne’s Bay. As the crow flies Englishtown is about 65 km from Baleine, or by sea, about 120 km. (Map: One of the earliest known maps to show Cape Breton on its own. Published by Appresso Girolamo Albrizzi, 1697. ).