- Plessis, Joseph Octave
- Bishop of Quebec, 1806 to 1825. Named archbishop of Quebec in 1819, but never assumed the title.Index: Bk His staunch support of British rule, 87. P Accepts leadership of Papineau, 34, 45.
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