, a celebrated licentiate of the Sorbonne, was born in 1670 at Rochelle,
, a celebrated licentiate of the
Sorbonne, was born in 1670 at Rochelle, where he studied
ethics in the Jesuits’ college. He went afterwards to>
Paris, and continued his studies in the community of M.
Gillot, at the college of St. Barbe, including the time of
his being licentiate, and was immediately nominated theologal of Rochelle; this office, however, he declined, nor
had he ever any benefice, but the commendatory priory
of St. Martin de Prunieres, in the diocese of Mende. M.
Fouillou having engaged in the affair of the “
Case of Conscience,” was obliged to conceal himself in
Considerations sur la Censure (of the Cas de Conscience) de M. TEveque d'Apt.” 2. “
des Theologiens centre M. de Chartres,” 12mo. 3. “
sur le Silence respectueux,“
3 vols. 12mo. 4.” La Chime-re du Jansenisme, et le Kenversement de la Doctrine
de St. Augustin, par rOrdonuance de Luron, et de la
12mo. 5.” Traits de l'Equilibre,“
piece containing observations on the 101 propositions censured by the bull Umgenitus. Fouillou had also a great
share in the first edition of” L' Action de Dieu sur let
4to, or 6 vols. 12mo;” Gemissemens sur PertRo'ial,“
12mo;” Grands Hexaples,“
1721, 7 vols. 4to,
and” l'Histotre du Caa de Conscience," 1705, 8 vols.