Lubersac, Jean Baptiste Joseph De

Lubersac, Jean Baptiste Joseph De a French prelate, was born at Limoges, January 15, 1740. He became first grand-vicar of the archbishop of Aries, in 1768 almoner of the king, and in 1775 bishop of Treguier. In 1780 he was transferred to Chartres. Having been sent by the clergy to the States-General, he refused to recognise the constitution of the clergy, and March 15, 1791, was forced to emigrate. In 1801 he resigned his bishopric. After his return to France he was appointed canon of the chapter of St. Denis. He died August 30, 1822, leaving, Journal de l'Emigration du Clerge de France en Angleterre (Lond. 1802): — Apologie de la Religion et de la Monarechie Reunies (ibid. eod.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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