Father Lemoine brought in the vicar general, who was going back to Ste. Genevieve.
A vicar general among the Laodunenses, at his death left confession of his witch-rides, his copulation with devils, etc.
Cromwell also, as vicar general, presided over the convocation of Canterbury, which made the first reformation of faith.
The Constable sat in front of the King as his "vicar general" and regulated the combat.
Finally the vicar general reminded M. de Queylus of the lettre de cachet of February 27, 1660, forbidding his return.
He congratulated Queylus on his letters of vicar general, and induced him to come to Quebec.