Bayanne, Alphonso Hubert (De Lattier)
Bayanne, Alphonso Hubert (De Lattier),
duke de, a French cardinal, was born at Valencia, Dauiphiny, Oct. 30, 1739. He was auditor of the rote at the court of Rome in 1777, was appointed senator, April 6, 1813, and voted the forfeiture of the emperor in 1814. He was created peer of France by Louis XVIII, and assisted at the Champ de Mai, but was retained upon the list of peers, and refused to sit as judge in the trial of Marshal Ney. He died in Paris, July 26, 1818. He wrote a very rare and interesting medical work entitled, Discorso sopra la Malaria e le Malattie che Cagionzano Principalenzente in Varie Spiaggie d'Italia (Rome, 1793). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.