Cabrisseau, Nicolas a French theologian, was born at Rethel, Oct. 1, 1680. He was highly esteemed by Tellier, archbishop of Rheims, but persecuted by the successor of that prelate as refractory to episcopal authority. In 1722 he was banished thirty leagues from the archiepiscopal jurisdiction, and was employed by cardinal Noailles at Paris; but was persecuted afresh :and imprisoned at Vincennes, and finally sent in exile to Tours, where he died, Oct. 20,1750. He wrote some practical religious works, for which see Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.