Lagrange (Darquien), Henri De
Lagrange (d'Arquien), Henri De a French prelate, was born at Calais in 1613, of an ancient family of the 15th century, which had been settled at Berry. He went to Poland about 1674, where he finally devoted himself to the Church, and was consecrated cardinal, in 1695, by Innocent XII. After the death of Sobieski, his son-in- law, the queen retired with her father to Rome, where Lagrange died seven years afterwards, May 24, 1707. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.