Dampierre, Antoine Esmonin De
Dampierre, Antoine Esmonin De a French ascetic writer, was born at Beaune in January 1743. He was successively counsellor and president mortier at the parliament of Burgundy, president of the chamber in the royal court of Dijon, 1811, and member of the general council of the Cote d'Or, 1817. He died September 1, 1824, leaving, Verites Divines pour le Coeur et l'Esprit (Lausanne, 1823): — Historique de la Revolution (Dijon, 1824). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.