Bourbon, Charles De (1)
Bourbon, Charles De (1), a French prelate, warrior, and diplomatist, was born in 1437. He was the second son of Charles I, fifth duke of Bourbon, and was appointed archbishop of Lyons in 1446, legate of Avignon in 1465, and cardinal in 1477. In 1488 the death of John II, duke of Bourbon, left the cardinal in possession of this title. He died about 1488. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.