a French Protestant and theologian. We owe to St. Martha Poetry Fran├žoise (1540), composed of epigrams, roundels, ballads, epistles, elegies, and poems, addressed to St. Martha by his friends; Paraphrases of the seventh and thirty-third Psalms (1543); a Latin funeral oration in honor of Marguerite of Navarre (1550), 4to over a hundred pages, and gave in French the following year. It provides curious and interesting details of the Queen of Navarre, on which admitted in its intimacy, the author had collected features not found elsewhere about that princess, sister of Francis I and grandmother of Henri IV; a Latin Meditation on the ninetieth Psalm (1550); a Latin funeral oration in honor of the Duchess of Beaumont (1550), and a dozen of various Latin and French poems.
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