Maussac, Philip James

, a counsellor in the parliament of Toulouse, where he was born in 1580, and afterwards president of the court of aids at Montpelier, died in 165O, at the age of seventy, with the reputation of being one of the best Greek scholars of his time. We have by him some notes on Harpocration, Paris, 1614, 4to. 2. Some remarks on a treatise on mountains and rivers, attributed to Plutarch. 3. And some “Opuscula,” which display him in the light of a judicious critic. 3