Broquard (or Bronquard), Jacques
Broquard (Or Bronquard), Jacques a French theologian, was born at Thionville about 1588. In 1608 he entered the Jesuit order and went to reside at Luxembourg. He died in 1660, leaving a translation in Latin of the Pedagogue Chretien of the Jesuit Philip Oultremann of Valenciennes, a work the original edition of which appeared at Mons in 1641: — also a translation in Latin of the work entitled Pensez y Bien, or, Moyen Assure de se Saunes (Rouen, 1648) :-a Latin translation of the Testament de l'Homme Chretien of Antony Sucquet: — and a translation of La Vraie Philosophie du Chretien of Charles Musart. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.