Galland, Augustus

, was proctor- general of the domain of Navarre, counsellor of state, and deeply versed in the knowledge of the royal rights in France, and in the history qf that country. His works are replete with curious and profound erudition. They are, 1. “Memoirs for the History of France and Navarre,” folio. 2. “Treatises on the Ensigns and Standards of France,” &c. 3. “Discourse addressed to the king on the origin and rise of the City of Rochelle,” 8vo. 4. “A Treatise against the Franc -aileu, a claim of exemption from Imposts and personal Services,” in 4to. He is supposed to have died about 1644, but at what age is uncertain. 3