Pallu, Martin cousin of the preceding, was a noted member of the Order of the Jesuits, which so rigidly opposed Francois Pallu. Martin was born at Tours in 1661. He took his first vows in 1679, and then began preaching. So successful were his ecclesiastical labors that in 1711 he was made director of the congregation of the Virgin. He died May 20, 1742, at Paris. He wrote, Les Quatre Fins de l'Fomme (Paris, 1739, 1828, 12mo): — Du frequent Usage des Sacrements de Pezitence et d'Eucharistie (1739, 1846, 12mo); besides his Senrmons (1744, 1750, 6 vols. 12mo).