Beaulieu, Louis Le Blanc De
Beaulieu, Louis le Blanc de a French minister and professor of theology at the Calvinist Academy of Sedan, was born, in 1614, at Beaulieu, a small city of Lower Limousin. He was noted for the wisdom of his principles and for his conciliatory spirit. He. was twice chosen-first by the marshal of Fabert, and then by Turenne- to form a plan for the union of Catholics and Protestants, but his negotiations did not succeed. He died Feb. 23, 1675. He left, Sermons, a Traite de l'Oigin aie la Sainte Ecriture (London, 1660), and a collection entitled Theses Sedanenses (Sedan, 1675). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.