Chapelle, Armand De La

, minister of the Walloon church at the Hague, died in that city in 1746. He was reputed a man of great piety and learning, and deserves | notice here as the editor of the “Bibliotheque Anglaise,” a species of Review, which he carried on from 1716 to 1727, making 15 vols. 12mo, and of the “Bibliotheque raisonnee des Ouvrages des Savans,” from July 1728 to June 1735, 14 vols. In these he had the occasional assistance of other literary men, and they contain many valuable pieces of criticism. He also translated Ditton on the “Resurrection,” and a treatise on the “Necessity of public Worship,” the latter in favour of the protestants of Languedoc. 1