The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 44, July 1940 - April, 1941 Page: 231

De Bellisle on the Texas Coast 231
cut off one of his fingers, and the other in the side but which
only entered the flesh."""53
In 1740 de Bellisle received the nomination of captain. Thir-
teen years later, in 1753, he was town commander of New
Orleans. A description of him, dated in the year 1734, says:
"He is very clever and intelligent and he possesses an impos-
ing stature." In 1762 he was recalled to France because of
his quarrel with de Kerlerec, and he died in Paris on March 4
of the following year.
53D. Rowland and A. G. Sanders in Mississippi Provincial Archives,
French Dominion, I, 284.

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