Carmagnole, Andre a French monk, was born at Cotignac, March 9,1619. He entered the order of the Oratory at Aix. Jan. 27, 1637, and taught belles-lettres at Marseilles and at Beaune. He was ordained priest March 19, 1643, and became superior of the Oratory of Beaune in 1649; shortly afterwards he was elected theologal of the chapter and superior of the hospital. He filled these offices for twenty years with much zeal and piety, and in 1669 was appointed governor of the Oratory of Rouen. Finally he became superior- general of the convent of St. Honore at Paris, and died Dec. 5, 1688; leaving Recueil des Statuts Constitutifs de l'Ordre de Oratoire (Paris, 1684). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé, s.v.