Colas, Jean Francois
Colas, Jean Francois (also called de Guyenne), a French scholar, was born at Orleans in 1702. He entered the Jesuit order, but withdrew on account of his health, and became successively canon of Saint-Pierre-Empont and of the royal church of Saint-Aignan. Hedied November 3, 1772, leaving, Oraison Funebre de Louis d'Orleans (Orleans, 1752): — Discours sur la Pucelle d'Orleans
(ibid. 1760): — Le Manuel du Cultivateur dans le Vignoble d'Orleans (ibid. 1770). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.