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TARDIVAL, Julius Paul, Canadian journalist, born in Covington, Kentucky, 2 September, 1851. He removed to Canada in 1868, was educated at St. Hyacinth college, in the province of Quebec, was assistant editor of "Le Canadien" in 1874, and is editor of " La verite," in Quebec, which he founded in 1881. He was assistant government translator at Ottawa from 1879 till 1881. Mr. Tardival has published "Vie du Pape Pie IX., ses oeuvres et ses douleurs" (Quebec, 1878);"Borrowed and Stolen Feathers, or a Glance through Mr. James M. Lemoine's Latest Work, ' The Chronicles of the St. Lawrence'" (1878) ; " L'Anglicisme, voilh Fennemie" (1879); and "Me1anges" (1887).
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