Hulot, Henri Louis
Hulot, Henri Louis a French theologian, was born at Avenay March 1, 1757. He was professor first at the seminary, then at the University of Rouen, where he was obliged to resign at the outbreak of the Revolution, and to flee from persecution which threatened him. He went to Gand, where he was made grand vicar, until the entrance of the French into the Netherlands in 1794 forced him again to flee. He went successively to Minster, Erfurt, Dresden, and Augsburg. When he was permitted to return to his native land, h.1 was appointed curate of the parish of Avan9on, and later of Antigny. After twenty years of assiduous labor at this parish, he was made canon, and finally grand vicar and official at Rheims. He died Sept. 1, 1829. His principal writings are Lettre aux catholiques de Reims (in Latin and French, Gand, 1793, 8vo) — Lettre despretres Français Al'eveque de Gand — Collect. des brefs du pape Pie VI (Augsb. 1796) — lettres à M. Schrofenberg, eveque de Freysingue et de Ratisbonne, enfaveur des pretres Franf. (1796, 8vo) — Etat les Cathol. Angl. (1798, 8vo) —
Salisburgensis cujusdetm religiosi delecta castigfatio, seu vindicice cleri Gallicani exulis (1800, 8vo):Gallicanorum Episcoporumn dissensus innocuus (1801, 8vo) — Sedis apostolicae Triumphus, seu sedes apostolica, protectore deo, semper invicta (Laon, 1836, Svo). Several controversial works and sermons were left in MS. — Hoefer, Nouv. Bio. Gen. 25, 479.