Auxboeuff, Pierre a French preacher and theologian of the University of Paris, lived at the commencement of the 15th century. The emissaries of the cardinal of Savoy having insulted the procession of the university which, on July 14, 1404, went to demand the. recovery of Charles VI, Auxboeuff maintained, in an eloquent address, that the cardinal should repair the injury done. This address is found in MS. at the National Library. Auxboeuff, on account of his merit, became confessor of Isabella of Bavaria, wife of Charles VI, and gained a great reputation by the sermons which he delivered in different churches of Paris. These were translated into Latin and published at Paris in 1521. They are also found in MS. at the National Library. See Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie Generale, s.v.