Moulin, Pierre Du (2)
Moulin, Pierre du (2)
son of the preceding, and noted as a most enthusiastic Calvinist, was born in 1600 at Paris, and graduated at Leyden; but going afterwards to England, obtained, like his father, a prebend at Canterbury, and was one of the chaplains to king Charles II. He died in 1683. He was the author of The Peace of the Soul: — Clamor Regii Sanguinis, which, being anonymous, was attributed by Milton to Alexander More: — and A Defence of the Protestant Church. See Allibone, Dict. of Brit. and Amer. Authors, s.v.; Haag, La France Protestante, 4:430.