Boullanger, Andre (more commonly known as petit Pere Andre), a French preacher of the reformed order of Augustines, was born at Paris about 1578. He preached for fifty-five years and gained a wide reputation. His singularity consisted in a habit of interspersing his sermons with a few droll expressions, in order, as he said, to keep his hearers awake. He died at Paris Sept. 21, 1657. Many of his manuscripts are to be found in the convent of Queen Margaret, but the following has been published: Oraison Funebre de Marie' de Lorraine, Abbesse de Chelles (Paris, 1627). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.