Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography/Têtu, Louis David Henri
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Têtu, Louis David Henri
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TÊTU, Louis David Henri (tay-tew), Canadian clergyman, b. in Rivière Ouelle, province of Quebec, 24 Oct., 1849. He was educated at the College of Sainte Anne de la Pocatiere and at the Seminary of Quebec, was assistant secretary to the archbishop of Quebec from 1870 till 1878, and in the latter year became almoner. He was named chamberlain and domestic prelate to the pope in 1887. He has published “Notice biographique; Monseigneur de Laval, premier évêque de Quebec” (Quebec, 1887), and “Mandaments, lettres, pastorels et circulaires des évêques de Quebec” (3 vols., 1888, to be completed in seven volumes).