Pulton, Andrew a Roman Catholic divine of the Society of Jesus, flourished in tlhe second half of the 17th century, and is noted as a zealous defender of lhis order and Church. He was quite a pulpit orator, but he was more successful still as a polemic. He published, Remarks upon Dr. Tenison's Narrative, etc. (Lond. 1687, 4to): — Reply to a Challenge (1688): — Total Defeat of the Protestant Rule of Faith (4to). See Oliver, Biog. of English Jesuits; Macaulay, Hist. of England, vol. ii, ch. vi.