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PANET, Charles Eugene, Canadian lawyer, born in the city of Quebec, 17 November, 1830. His father, Philip, was a judge of the court of Queen's bench, Quebec. Charles was educated in the Quebec seminary, and at the Jesuit college of Georgetown, D. C., studied law, and was admitted to the bar in 1854. He began practice in Quebec, and also took an interest in military matters, organizing and commanding for many years the Voltigeurs de Quebec, from which he retired in April, 1880, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. He is a member of the Dominion rifle association, and vice-president of the Dominion artillery association. During the Fenian troubles of 1868 he held command of the 7th military district. On 2 March, 1874, he became a member of the Dominion senate, but resigned, 5 February, 1875, when he was appointed deputy minister of militia and defence.
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