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|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|1747||He entered the army and joined the regiment of Talleyrand Cavalry.||FWIKI|
|27.9.1749||Garde de la Marine||FWIKI|
|11.10.1755||Enseigne de Vaisseau||FWIKI|
|1.3.1763||Lieutenant de Vaisseau||FWIKI|
|13.9.1765||Chef de Brigade des Gardes de Marine||FWIKI|
|1770||Appointed Chevalier de l’Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint-Louis||ref:631|
|1774||Appointed Membre du Conseil de la Marine|
in charge of evaluating a new signaling method proposed by the Chevalier du Pavillon.
|26.10.1776||30.4.1779||Appointed Gouverneur at Réunion||FWIKI|
|1.5.1779||3.7.1785||Appointed Gouverneur Général at Mascareignes|
by interim from 01/05/1779 to 30/01/1780 , comfirmed after .
|1785||Appointed Gouverneur Général at India|
|4.4.1785||On April 4, 1785, he left the Mascareignes, embarking on the "Subtil" for Pondicherry; during his absence, Camille-Charles Le Clerc de Fresne replaces him as Gouvernor of Isle de France||FWIKI|
|28.11.1787||3.1788||He left the region and returned to France in 1787. He embarked on November 28 in the frigate "Révolution" and arrived in Brest in March 1788.||FWIKI|
|25.8.1788||Appointed Commandeur de L’Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint-Louis||FWIKI|
|1792||11.3.1803||When the Revolution broke out, he went into exile in England for 9 years. He returned to France in 1801 and died at the Château de Bardou on March 11, 1803. With him the House of Souillac died out.||FWIKI|