Bourdelot, Peter Michon

, nephew to the above, and educated by him, was a very celebrated physician at Paris, where he died Feb. 9, 1685, aged seventy-six. In 1634, he obtained leave to adopt the name of Bourdelot, | pursuant to his uncle’s desire, who on that condition left him his library and fortune. He wrote some treatises on “the Viper,” on “Mount Etna,” “La relation des appartmens de Versailles,” &c. with three volumes of “Conferences,” which were published by M. le Gallois. 1