Caron, Augustin Pierre Paul
Caron, Augustin Pierre Paul a French canonist, was born at Marseille-le-Petit, Oise, in 1776. He entered the congregation of St. Sulpice, where he taught the liturgical and ceremonial exercises. With abbot Gosselin he published several important works, among others, Euvres Completes de Bossuet et de Fenelon, accompanied with valuable notes. He died at Paris in 1851, leaving a number of articles published in L'Ami de la Religion; also, Manuel des Ceremonies al' Usage de Paris (1847): —Notice sur les Anciens Rites de l'Eglise de Paris, a dissertation full of interesting research. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Géneralé s.v.