Bouzonie, Jean, a French theologian, was born-at Bordeaux about 1646. He became a Jesuit, taught-literature for several years, and then devoted himself to preaching until obliged to give it up on account of early infirmities. He died at Poitiers, Oct. 30, 1726. He wrote, Primitice Musarum Serenissimo — Delphino Oblatce (Bordeaux, 1663): — Cantiques sur la Naissance de Notre Seigneur Jesus Christ (Poitiers, 1675): — Douze Preuves pour la Conception lmmaculee de la Sainte Vierqe (ibid.): — Histoire de l'Ordre des Religieusesfilles de Notre Dame (ibid. 1697, 2 vols. 4to; some copies have the date, 1700). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.