London July 16 (A.A.P)
After the accident he was taken to a Roman Catholic nursing home at Guildford, Surrey, where he underwent an operation.
Mr. Belloc was born at St.Cloud, a Paris suburb, in1870, son of a French barrister and an Irishwoman.
Educated at Oxford, he began his literary career by publishing a collection of verses and sonnets, followed by two collections of children's rhymes.
In all he produced more than 100 books in 40 years, including travel books,
history, poetry, biography, essays, and some novels.
Among his better known works are "The Path To Rome," the essays of "Hills And The Sea," "Marie Antoinette," the Sussex travels of "The Four Men", a biography
of "Napoleon," the novels "Mr. Clutterbuck's Election" and "The Green Overcoat," and a "History of England."
Mr. Belloc entered Parliament as a Liberal in 1906, but resigned in 1910.