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Louis Georges de Cadoudal (1823–1885)

Cadoudal, Louis Georges de (kä-dö-däl’). A French essayist and critic; born at Auzon, Haute—Loire, Feb. 10, 1823; died in 1885. Journalism, the cause of Bourbon restoration, and love of the Church have occasioned his ‘Signs of the Times’ (1861); ‘Memories of Fifteen Years’ (1862); and ‘Madame Acarie’ (1863), a study of the religious life in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.