Cotelle (De La Blandiniere), Pierre Jacques

Cotelle (de la Blandiniere), Pierre Jacques a French theologian, was born at Laval about 1709. He was at first rector of Soulaines, in Anjou, next vicargeneral of Blois, and superior of the priests of Mt. Valerien. He added ten volumes to the Conferences Ecclesiastiques du Diocese d'Angers of Bobin, in return for which the assembly of the'clergy voted him an annual pension of one hundred pistoles. Moultrot has reproduced it in his Defense di Second Ordre. Cotelle died in 1795. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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