Come and ask, answer or inform.
|Date from||Date to||Event||Source|
|1719||He began working with his father , who was appointed commissioner in Louisbourg , Canada , and became familiar with the basics of administration .||ref:673|
|1721||End of the year 1721 , he is in charge of a mission in France , emissary of his father , to the Marine Council .||ref:673|
|1722||Return to Louisbourg .||ref:673|
|1722||1724||Appointed Ecrivain Ordinaire de la Marine at Île Royale|
at Louisbourg .
|1724||He is notably in charge of settling certain legal cases , the census of fishing establishments , and the inspection of soldiers serving in isolated places .He is on a new mission in France .||ref:673|
|1725||1735||Appointed Membre du Conseil Supérieur de Louisbourg|
appointed by Maurepas , Minister of the Navy .
|1728||Appointed Ecrivain Principal de la Marine at Île Royale|
at Louisbourg . He gradually took over the operations of the Colonial Government .
|1729||He made a trip to France to take stock of the administration of the colony .He receives the "Ordonnateur" power .||ref:673|
|1735||He officially receives the positions of "Commissaire Ordonnateur" and first advisor to the Superior Council of the Navy ( of Louisboug) , which will cause conflicts with the Governor .Despite the difficulties encountered in the colony , the lucidity of his reports and the accuracy of his accounts draw the attention of Maurepas to him .||ref:673|
|1735||30.4.1739||Appointed Commissaire-Ordonnateur de la Marine at Île Royale||ref:673|
|1735||30.4.1739||Appointed Premier Conseiller du Conseil Supérieur de Louisbourg||ref:673|
|4.1739||1743||Appointed Commissaire-Ordonnateur de la Marine at Saint-Domingue|
at Cap-Français . Among his successes , he manages to have the Royal Treasury repaid two million Livres of unpaid accounts .
|1744||1747||Appointed Commissaire Général Ordonnateur de la Marine at Louisiana|
charged in particular with a difficult mission , liquidating devalued paper money which undermines any confidence in the economy of Louisiana .
|1748||Appointed Commissaire Général Ordonnateur de la Marine at Saint-Domingue|
at Cap-Français .
|5.1750||1754||Appointed Commissaire Général Ordonnateur de la Marine at Rochefort|
He is reorganizing the Arsenal .
|8.1751||1752||In August-September 1751 and in 1753 , he carried out several missions in Paris as a private adviser to Rouille , Minister of the Navy .||ref:673|
|1754||Appointed Intendant des Armées Navales||ref:673|
|5.1758||Appointed Intendant Général de la Marine||ref:673|
|10.1758||The difficulties encountered by France , in particular on the military level by the Navy , lead to his resignation .||ref:673|
|aft.10.1758||Appointed Conseiller d'Etat Honoraire||ref:673|
He has accumulated a significant fortune , including three plantations in Saint-Domingue .