Our encampment was near a beautiful spring, called Bellefontaine, which is visited by the Indians, at some seasons of the year.
She pictured him riding out the Bellefontaine Road that afternoon, alone.
Bellefontaine is the name applied by the early French to a large spring a mile south of the present site of Waterloo.
Bellefontaine Road itself, once the drive of fashion, is no more.
Bellefontaine accorded the President an enthusiastic welcome.
Tonty made Bellefontaine lean over the eastern earthwork, but even the boat was blurred upon the river.
About five miles north of the village is situated a large spring, and a settlement called Bellefontaine.
Stephen was dressed more carefully than usual, in view of a visit to Bellefontaine Road.
Yet he did not hesitate to practise on him the same deceit which he had practised on Bellefontaine.
The preacher had also noticed La Salle, "and changed colour," said Bellefontaine later in giving his procs verbal.