, the son of William Aubespine, who was ambassador from the French
, the son of William Aubespine, who was ambassador from the French court in
England, became bishop of Orleans in 1604. He was
remarkable for his zeal as a divine, and his great application as a student, and was employed, as his father had been,
in many public transactions. He died at Grenoble, Aug.
15, 1630, in the 52d year of his age. His writings are,
De veteribus ecclesiae ritibus,”
Un traite de Tancienne police de l'Eglise,” respecting
the administration of the eucharist. He published also
notes on the Councils, and on Tertullian. His brother
Charles became marquis de Chateau-Neuf, and an eminent statesman in the seventeenth century.