Godefroi, John

, director of the chambre des comptes at Lisle, was another son of the second Denys, who published in 1706 an elegant edition of the “Memoires de Philippe de Commines;” and in 1711 a new edition of the “Satyre Menipee.” He also left the “Journal de Henri III.” with notes, and some new pieces, 2 vols. 8vo; a very curious book against that by Pere Guyard, a Jacobin, entitled “La Fatalite” de St. Cloud;“' Mem. de la Reine Marguerite,” 8vo, &c. No author has given so clear an account of the league, nor published so many curious pieces respecting the parties engaged in it. He died in February, 1732. 3