Return To France
In December 1687, Céberet left again for France first by going overland from Ayutthaya to the harbour of Mergui. He left on 4 January 1688 on the ship President for Pondicherry, which he reached on 25 January.
While in Pondicherry, Céberet ordered the Governor of Pondicherry François Martin to send his son-in-law André Deslandes to found Company trade counters in the Bengal region. Deslandes left Pondicherry on 30 August 1688 and would found the counters of Balassor and Cassimbazar in 1689.
Back in France, after being intendant in Lorient, Céberet became intendant of Dunkirk. Claude Céberet died on 18 September 1702 and was buried in Dunkirk.
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