French mathematician; born at Hagenau, Alsace, May 24, 1851; educated in the lyceums of Burg and Strasburg, at the Polytechnique in Paris, and at the military school in Fontainebleau. He attained the rank of lieutenant of artillery, but resigned in 1877. In 1881 he became teacher of mathematics in the Collège Chaptal at Paris, and in 1898 its principal.
Weill has published several essays in the mathematical journals of his country, and is the author of "Cours de Géométrie Analytique" and of "Précis d'Arithmétique, de Géométrie, d'Algèbre, de Trigonométrie," in four volumes.
- Curinier, Dict. Nat. iii. 72.