In the earlier part of the century Perrot d'Ablancourt, a fertile translator, may be mentioned.
Perrot lived about two hundred years too late for his own fame.
"But gave you a sword when you told him the news of Radisson," interjected Perrot.
My partner was a little man, like Perrot, and very proud of his dancing.
Perrot afterwards built another fort, called Fort St. Antoine, a little above, on the east bank.
Perrot and the two new engagés sat on the edge of the wharf.
The company he kept was not all of Chester's or of Perrot's kind.
Perrot was governor by royal commission, and he meant to show it.
Iberville or Perrot could have done so instinctively, but he was not woodsman enough.
Amongst these were his contemporaries Perrot and Chatillon, the engraver.