Joseph de Monic
Monic was promoted to captain before he came to Canada in 1687 where he was then promoted to the garrison adjutant at Québec. In 1697 he was appointed temporary governor at Plaisance. Monic never achieved full governor status because of his misunderstandings with his senior lieutenants. He was recalled to France in 1702 when the King had learned of his trading relationship with Boston to overcome a food shortage.
- Biography at Government House The Governorship of Newfoundland and Labrador
- Thorpe, F. J. (1979) . "Monic, Joseph de". In Hayne, David. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. II (1701–1740) (online ed.). University of Toronto Press.
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