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MIREIL, Jules Cesar (me-ray), Canadian poet, born in Sault Sainte Marie in 1699; died in Versailles, France, in 1763. He was the son of a well-known Canadian officer, and, entering the army as a lieutenant in 1718, served in the regiment d'Auvergne in Canada for several years, afterward on the continent in Germany, and again in Canada in 1757 as major of the regiment of Montcalm. He gallantly defended Fort St. George, and was wounded during the siege of Quebec in 1759, and made a prisoner, but was exchanged in 1760. Resigning after the conclusion of peace, he retired to Versailles, where he died a few months later. He published two volumes of poetry, " Les complaintes Indiennes," in which he translated into French verses the Indian recitatives that are chanted at funerals and weddings (Paris, 1742), and "Fleurs du Souveau Monde" (1751).
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