Conde, Nicolas a theologian of Lorraine, was born at Clermont, in Argonne, in 1609. He became a Jesuit May 2, 1622, and taught rhetoric from 1632, to 1636, and afterwards philosophy until 1639. He was also distinguished as a preacher. He died October 5, 1654, leaving Oraison Funebre de Louis XIII (Dijon, 1643): — L'Annee Chretienne dans son Parfait Accomplissement (Paris, 1649): — Vie da Charles de Lorraine (ibid. 1652). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.