According to all the keys, Gabriel de Roquette, Bishop of Autun; an ambitious intriguer, `all sugar and honey' according to Saint-Simon, and generally supposed to have suggested Molière's Tartuffe. He had tried to attach himself to the exiled King and Queen of England.

Note from Of Great Nobles, the ninth chapter of 'Characters' by Jean De La Bruyère (1688)

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