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FAUCHER DE SAINT MAURICE, Nareisse Henri Edouard, Canadian author, born in Quebec, 18 April 1844. His father was seigneur of Beaumont, Vincennes, and Montapeine. He was educared at the seminary of Quebec and at the College of Ste.Anne de la Pocatiere. He went to Mexico• in 1864, and became a captain in the 4th Mexican sharpshooters, and afterward was aide-de-camp to General the Viscount Courtois Roussel d'Hurbal. He served through the war, being in eleven battles, thirty-two minor engagements, and at the sieges of Oaxaca and Satillo, at the latter of which he was made prisoner and sentenced to be shot, but was afterward exchanged. He returned to Canada in 1866, and was for the next fourteen years a clerk of the legislative council of the province or Quebec in 1881 he was elected a representative for Bellechasse to the Quebec legislative assembly.
He was a commissioner in 1881 from the province of Quebec at the International exposition of geography in Venice, and while in Europe was created a chevalier of the Legion of Honor for exceptional services rendered to France in the Canadian press. He also had been created a knight of the Imperial order of Guadaloupe by Maximilian, and received the medal of the Mexican campaign from Napoleon III. He became editor of "Le journal de Quebec" in 1883 retaining his connection with it for a year and a half, and is now (1887) editor of "Le Cana Llien." He has contributed largely to the newspaper press in France, Canada, and the United States. He is a member of various societies, and is the author of "De Quebec g Mexico"; "A la Brunante "; "Chases et autres "; "De Tribord a Babord" ; "Promenades dans le Golf St. Laurent "" "Procedures parliamentaires Cours de tac" tique" ; "Relations de ce qui c'est pass5 aux fou illes faites lots de la demolition des casernes des Jesuites, g Quebec A la Veillee Deaux arts au Mexique "; and "L'abbe Laverdiere."
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