Bellay, Eustache Du
Bellay, Eustache du a French prelate, nephew of Rente, became the successor of Jean du Bellay as bishop of Paris, and governed his diocese with great wisdom. He showed much zeal at the Council of Trent in sustaining episcopal rights, and opposed the introduction of the Jesuits into France. He died at Bellay, in Anjou, in 1565, after having resigned his see. See Biog. Universelle, s.v.