Aguado, Francisco, a Spanish Jesuit, was born at Torrejon de Ardoz, near Madrid, in 1561 and entered the Society of Jesuits at Alcala in 1588, being then A.M. He was governor of several houses of the order in Spain, twice governed the province of Toledo, and was twice sent as deputy to the congregations at Rome. Philip IV chose him as his preacher, and the count Olivares, Philip's prime-minister, appointed him his confessor. He died at Madrid, Jan. 15, 1654. Among his works are Treatise on Perfect Religion (Madrid, 1629, fol.), in Spanish: On the Wise Christian (ibid. 1638, fol.):-On the Sacrament of the Eucharist (ibid. 1640, fol.) :- Various Exhortations on Matters of Faith (ibid. 1641, fol.):Sermons for Lent and Advent (ibid, 1643, fol.) :-On the Mysteries, etc., of our Lord and the, Virgqin (ibid. 1646, fol.) :--Life of P. Goudin, the Jesuit (ibid. 1643, 8vo).