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                  CADOTTE, MARIE-ELMIRE, named Marie de Saint-Alphonse-de-Liguori
                   
                  [see Marie-Elmire Cadotte]. He died there of throat cancer on 25 June 1910 and was buried in Saint-Arsène, his native parish. Despite his intransigent convictions and excesses of language
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