Blandinieres, Gabriel De
Blandinieres, Gabriel De, a French preacher, a monk of the order of Merci, was a native of Toulouse. He was a good preacher and an able statesman, and was known in several courts of Europe; he had an important part in the testament of Charles II, king of Spain. Louis XIV made him his preacher. He died in 1720. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale. s.v.