Weiss, Charles

Weiss, Charles a Protestant theologian, was born at Strasburg, December 10, 1812. On publishing his Richard de Saint-Victor et la Thiologie Mystique, he was appointed professor of history in the Lycde Bonaparte; and both his L'Espa.qne Depuis le Regne de Philippe 11, etc. (Paris, 1844, 2 volumes), and his Histoite des Refugies Protestants de Paris (1853, 2 volumes) were crowned by the Academy. While preparing a second edition of the last work, Weiss became insane (1864), and spent the rest of his life in an asylum at Vanves, near Paris, where he died in 1881. See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B.P.)

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