Events noted in 1580

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Died: Adriani, Adrianus Ab Adriano a Flemish Jesuit

“Meisnische Landund Berg-Chronica,” Albinus, Peter a historian and poet

Died: Alciati, Francis born at Milan 1522

Born: Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

Born: Almeida, Manoel a Portuguese historian

“Holophernes,” Amboise, Francis D' lived in the latter end of the sixteenth

“Delle famiglie nobili Napolitane,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

Born: Andrada, Anthony was born about 1580

“In Hippocratis librum de vulneribus capitis commentarius brevis, ex ejus lectionibus collectus,” Arantius, Julius Cæesar a celebrated Italian anatomist

“Constitutionum Provincial! um Ecclesiae Tarraconensis, lib. V.” Augustin, Anthony archbishop of Tarragona

“De Fide ejusque ortu et natura plana et dilucida explicatio,” Baro, Peter a learned divine

Born: Basnage, Benjamin the first of a family of French Calvinists

“A dissertation on the Republic of the Hebrews,” Bertram, Cornelius Bonaventure minister

“Adversus G. Buchanani Dialogum de Jure Ilegni apud Scotos, pro regibus apologia,” Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

Died: Bodley, Sir Thomas that illustrious benefactor to literature

“A Reply to William Fulk (his ablest antagonist), in defence of Dr. Allen (Alan’s) articles, and book of purgatory,” Bristow, Richard an eminent Roman catholic priest and writer in the reign of queen Elizabeth

“Mystical and prophetical explication of Leviticus.” Brocardus, James a man of a visionary turn

“Abridgment of Calvin’s Institutions,” Bunney, Edmund descended from an ancient family in Yorkshire

Born: Byam, Henry a learned preacher and loyalist in the seventeenth century

Born: Cameron, John one of the most famous divines of the seventeenth century

Born: Cavedone, Jacob an historical artist

Born: Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

“Worthiness of Wales,” Churchyard, Thomas a voluminous poet of the sixteenth century

Born: Cluverius, Philip a celebrated geographer

Died: Cooke, Elizabeth third daughter of sir Anthony Cooke

Born: Digby, John earl of Bristol

“Couiin. in Catullum, Tibullum, et Horatium,” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

Born: Duck, Arthur an English civilian

“Epistola de Astrologia Divinatrice,” Erastus, Thomas an eminent German physician

“De Pinguedinis in Anhnalibus Generatione et Concretione,” Erastus, Thomas an eminent German physician

Born: Fabrot, Charles Annibal a very learned lawyer and scholar

“Concilium Matrimoniale,” Fichard, John was a lawyer of Frankfort on the Maine

“Compendio dei Secreti Naturali,” Fioravanti, Leonard a physician of Bologna

“Lives of the most eminent Lawyers,” Forster, John an eminent protestant divine

Born: Fouquirres, James a Flemish painter of the 17th century

Born: Franck commonly called Young Francks

“A retentive against the motives of Richard Bristow; also a discovery of the dangerous rock of the popish church,” Fulke, William a celebrated English divine

“Pomeiidianae sessiones in quibus Latin Linguse dignitas defenditur,” Germon, Anastasius an eminent lawyer

Born: Godefroi, Theodore eldest son of the preceding

“Alvearie” Golding, Arthur a man of some poetical turn

“Vita et res gestae Augusti Cassaris,” Goltzius, Hubert a German antiquary

Died: Gomez De Castro, Alvarez was born at St Eulalia

“Play confuted in five several actions,” Gosson, Stephen a divine and poet

Born: Herbert, William earl of Pembroke

Born: Higford, William a polite writer in the seventeenth century

Born: Hoe, Matthias De Hoenegg of a noble family at Vienna

“Comfortable Expositions on the 23d, 2d, 73d, and 77th Psalms,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

Born: Justel, Christopher counsellor and secretary to the French king

“A Godly Advice touching Marriage,” Kingsmill, Andrew one of the earliest puritan divines

Born: Knott, Edward a learned Jesuit and controversial writer

“Euphues and his England,” Lilly, John another dramatic writer

Born: Lugo, Francis elder brother of the preceding

Born: Mariales, Xantes a laborious Dominican

“Controversial Theses,” Marnix, Philip De seigneur du Mont

Born: Maussac, Philip James a counsellor in the parliament of Toulouse

“Approved medicines and cordial precepts, with the nature and symptoms,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

“The treasure of the Orthodox Faith,” Nicetas, Achominates a Greek historian

“Corpus Juris Civilis,” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

“Consuetudines Feudorum,” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

Died: Palladio, Andrew a celebrated Italian architect

Born: Peiresc, Nicolas Claude Fabri De a very learned Frenchman

Died: Pulmannus, Theodore properly Poelman

Born: Putschius, Elias born at Antwerp

Born: Roe, Sir Thomas an able statesman and ambassador

Died: Sanders, Nicholas a Roman catholic writer of considerable fame

Born: Severinus, Marcus Aurelius a distinguished physician

Died: Surita, Jerome a Spanish historian

Born: Taylor, John usually called the Water- Poet

Born: Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

1581

“A treatise on, Grammar,” Aaron-Hariscon a celebrated Jewish rabbi (12601320)

Died: Alamanni, Luigi an eminent Italian poet (14751556)

“An apology and true declaration of the institution and endeavours of the two English colleges, the one in Home, the other now resident in Rheims, against certain sinister insinuations given up against the same,” Alan, William cardinal priest of the Roman church

“Dialogue et Devis des Damoiselles, pour les rendre vertueuses et bienheureuses en la vraye et parfaicte amitie.” Amboise, Francis D' lived in the latter end of the sixteenth

“Seleetae Quaestiones omnium praestantissimorum Jurisconsultorum in tres tomos digestae,” Ancharanus, Peter an eminent civilian of the fourteenth century

Born: Badolocchi, Sisto an eminent Italian painter

“In regulam D. Benedicti, dialogi viginti sex catalogus et series abbatum Externacensium” Bertel, John in Latin Bertelius

Died: Billi, James De was born at Guise in Picardy

“Premieres oeuvres poetiques” Birague, Flaminio De one of the king of France’s gentlemen of the household

“A defence of the old and true profession of Christianitie against the new counterfeite sect of Jesuites, by Peter Boquine, translated by T. G.” Boquine, Peter a French divine

Died: Bristow, Richard an eminent Roman catholic priest and writer in the reign of queen Elizabeth

Died: Cæsar, Julius a learned civilian

“Rationes decem oblati certaminis in causa fidei, redditse academicis Angliae,” Campian, Edmund an ingenious Roman catholic writer

“Nine Articles directed to the lords of the privy-council,” Campian, Edmund an ingenious Roman catholic writer

Died: Chauncy, Maurice whose name we find sometimes spelt Chamney

Died: Ciaconius, Peter brother to the preceding

“Brief Discourse concerning those four usual notes whereby Christ’s Catholic Church is known,” Crowley, Robert a divine and poet

“Consilia,” Decius, Philip a jurist

Born: Digby, Sir Everard an English gentleman

“Dialogues upon Ancient and Modern Music,” Dionysius a Greek poet and musician

Born: Domenichino a very much admired artist

Born: Drexelius, Jeremiah a celebrated Jesuit

“Com ids Montani, Vicentini, novi Medicorum censoris, quinque Librorum de Morbis nuper Editorum viva Anatome,” Erastus, Thomas an eminent German physician

Died: Fevre, Nicolas Le a very ingenious

Died: Fichard, John was a lawyer of Frankfort on the Maine

Died: Foglieta, Hubert a learned Genoese

Born: Freitag, John a learned physician

“Sarmatiae European Descriptio,” Guagnini, Alexander a native of Verona

Born: Gunter, Edmund an English mathematician

Died: Habington, William an excellent English poet

Born: Hayne, Thomas a learned schoolmaster

Born: Helvicus, Christopher professor of the Greek and eastern languages

Born: Hooft, Peter Cornelius Van a Dutch poet and historian

“Twelve Lectures on the Creed,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

“Confession of the Christian Faith, containing 100 articles,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

“Speculum Astrologiae,” Junctin, Francis in Italian Giuntino

“Eirenarcha, or the Office of the Justices of Peace, in four books,” Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

Born: Lanfranco, Giovanni an eminent Italian painter

Died: Languet, Hubert a native of France

“Euphues, the Anatomy of Wit,” Lilly, John another dramatic writer

Born: Malapert, Charles a poet and mathematician

Born: Mambrun, Peter an ingenious and learned French Jesuit

“Concio apologetica contra Campianum,” Matthew, Tobias an eminent English prelate

Born: Meziriac, Claude Caspar Bachet, Sieur De a very able scholar

“Admonitio ad Jacobum Peletarium de angulo contactus,” Monantheuil, Henry De an able mathematical and medical writer

“Positions, wherein those primitive circumstances be examined which are necessarie for the training up of children, either for skill in theire book, or health in their bodie,” Mulcaster, Richard an eminent school -master

Died: Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

“Gnomonologia Latina ex omnibus Latinis vetustis ac probatis autoribus, recentioribus etiam aliquot, in locos communes digesta,” Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

“Commentary on the two Epistles general of St. Simon and St. Jude,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

“Touchstone of Complexions,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

“The third tragedy of L. An. Seneca, entitled Thebais,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Born: North, Dudley, Third Lord who appears to be the first of this family entitled to notice in a work of this description

Died: Ossat, Arnaud D' a celebrated cardinal

Born: Overbury, Sir Thomas an accomplished English gentleman

Died: Portus, Francis a learnedwriter of the sixteenth century

Died: Postel, William a very ingenious but visionary man

“Descriptio Historian Ecclesiae, sive popult Dei, Politiae ejusdem, & rerum praecipuarum quae in illopopulo acciderum, Graeco carmine, cum versione Latina e regione textus Graeci,” Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

Died: Shirley, Anthony a celebrated traveller

“Valour anatomized in a fancie,” Sidney, Philip a very accomplished English gentleman (?–1586)

Born: Verger De Haurane, John Du abbot of St

Born: Walker, George an eminent Puritan divine

Born: Webbe, George a pious prelate

Died: Wechel, Andrew son of the preceding

Died: Wilson, Thomas a statesman and divine in the reign of queen Elizabeth

1582

“De Conciliis universalibus, ac de his quce ad reiigionis et reipublicie Christ, reformationem instituenda videutur,” Alava Esquivel, Diego De a celebrated Spanish bishop

“Scriptores varii de Russorum religione,” Albinus, Peter a historian and poet

Died: Alvarez, Emanuel a celebrated Portuguese grammarian

“De Secretis,” Amontons, William an ingenious French mechanic

“De natura Daemonum,” Anania, John Lorenzo D' a native of Taverna in Calabria

Died: Andrada, Thomas D' another brother to Diego

“Treatise on Concord,” Andreas, James a celebrated Lutheran divine of the sixteenth century

“Livre d' Architecture auquel sont contenues diverses ordonnances de plans et elevations de Batiments pour seigneurs et autres qui voudront batir aux champs,” Androuet-Du-Cerceau, James an eminent French architect

Born: Arrighetti, Philip a native of Florence

“Canones Penitentiales,” Augustin, Anthony archbishop of Tarragona

Born: Bainbridge, John an eminent physician and astronomer

“Commentaria in mechanica Aristotelis,” Baldi, Bernard born at Urbino in the year 1553

“Ballet Comique de la Heine, fait aux Noces de M. le due de Joyeuse et de Mademoiselle de Vaudemont,” Balthazarini, Surnamed Beaujoyeux a famous Italian musician

Born: Barclay, John son of the preceding

“BartholomaBus de proprietatibus rerum,” Batman, Stephen ranked among the old English poets of the sixteenth century

Died: Bauhin, John the first of a family of men of learning and fame

Born: Beaumont, Sir John *an English poet

“Declaration du droit de légitime Succession sur le royaume de Portugal apartenant a la reine mere du roi très Christien,” Belloi, Peter advocate general of the parliament of Toulouse

“Panégyric ou Remonstrance pour les Sénéchal, Juges mage et criminel de Tolose, contre les Notaires et Sécrétaires du Roi de la dite Ville,” Belloi, Peter advocate general of the parliament of Toulouse

Died: Benavidio, Mark in Latin Marcus Mantua Benavidius

Born: Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

Born: Bertie, Robert earl of Lindsey

Born: Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

“A Mathematical Jewel, shewing the making and most excellent use of an instrument so called: the use of which jewel is so abundant, that it leadeth the direct path-way through the whole art of astronomy, cosmography, geography,” Blagrave, John an eminent mathematician

Died: Boquine, Peter a French divine

“De Vita conservanda,” Bottoni, Albertino a physician

“De Jure Regni apud Scotos;” Buchanan, George a Scottish historian

Born: Bulkley, Peter an English divine

“Itinera Constantinopolitanum et Amasianum” Busbequius, Augher Ghislen was the natural son of the lord of Bnsbec

Born: Calvert, George descended from the ancient and noble house of Calvert

Born: Camus, John Peter an exemplary French prelate

“Gli Straccioni,” Caro, Hannibal an Italian poet (?–1566)

Born: Corbet, Richard an English prelate

“Martyrium Edmundi Campiani, societatis Jesu,” Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

Born: Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

Born: Fiennes, William lord Say and Sele

“Commentarius de flatibus humanum corpus infestantibus,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“Delia Fisica, divisa in libri qnattro,” Fioravanti, Leonard a physician of Bologna

“The Battel between the Virtues and Vices,” Fleming, Abraham a miscellaneous writer in the sixteenth century

“Lives of the Saints of Milan,” Galesini, Peter of Milan

Born: Gerhard, John an eminent German Lutheran divine

Died: Holyoake, Francis a learned Englishman

“Operum Latinorum Tomus primus et secundus.” Joubert, Laurent a learned physician

Born: Juxon, William a loyal and worthy English prelate

“The Duties of Constables,” Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

Died: Martin, Gregory a learned popish writer

Born: Maynard, Francis a French poet

Born: Menard, Claude a French magistrate and antiquary

“De Morbis Muliebribus Praelectiones,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

“Being employed by virtue of his place, to advance the queen’s treasure, he did it industriously, faithfully, and conscionably, without wronging the subject; being very tender of their privileges, insomuch that he once complained in parliament, that many subsidies were granted, and no grievances redressed; which words being represented with disadvantage to the queen, made her to disaffect him, setting in a court-cloud, but in the sunshine of his country, and a clear conscience.” Mildmay, Sir Walter an eminent statesman of the sixteenth century

“Epistolae quinque Medicinales, ab eodem Auctore conscript,” Moufet, Thomas a physician and naturalist of the sixteenth century

“Joannis Vollandi de re Poetica Graecorum libri quatuor, e noutionibus et bibliotheca Mich. Neandri collecti,” Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

“De imagiriibus Sacris, et Profanis,” Paleotti, Gabriel a learned Italian cardinal

“De persecutione Anglicana epistola,” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

Died: Pelletier, Jaques a celebrated French physician

“Scriptores Rerum Polonicarum,” Pistorius, John a learned divine

Born: Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

Died: Schiavoni, Andrea named Medula

Died: Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

“Fruit of Faith, contain* ing all the prayers of the patriarchs, &c. in the Old and New Testament,” Taverner, Richard a pious layman of the reigns of Henry VIII

Born: Teniers, David a Flemish painter

Born: Tronchin, Theodore the first of a considerable family of learned men in Geneva and France

Born: Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

Born: Vouet, Simon a French painter

“Heptameron of civil discourses,” Whetstone, George is an author of whom very little is known

Born: Williams, John an English prelate of great abilities and very distinguished character (?–1650)

1583

“De ortu et causis Subterraneorum” Agricola, George a German physician

“A true, sincere, and modest defence of English Catholics,” Alan, William cardinal priest of the Roman church

“Historia plerarumque humani corporis partium membratim scripta,” Alberti, Solomon the pupil of Jerome Fabricius at Padua

Born: Alemanni, Nicholas an antiquary of great learning

Born: Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

“Opuscoli varii,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Paris, 1555, 4to. 2.” Audebert, Germain president in the election

Born: Becan, Martin an eminent Jesuit

Died: Belleforest, Francis De a French historical compiler

“Paris, 1583, 8vo. 4.” Belloi, Peter advocate general of the parliament of Toulouse

“Apprehensions spirituelles,” Beroalde De Verville, Francis son to the preceding

“L‘Enfer de la mere Cardine, traitant de l’horrible bataille qui fut aux enfefs, aux noces du portier Cerberus et de Cardine,” Birague, Flaminio De one of the king of France’s gentlemen of the household

Born: Borcht, Henry Vander, a painter

“De curatione per sanguinis missione, de incidendae venae, cutis scarificandae, et hirudinum arrigendarum modo,” Botallus, Leonard an eminent physician of Piedmont

“Fruitful treatise against the Feare of Death,” Bradford, John one of the most eminent of the protestant divines who suffered martyrdom in the reign of queen Mary

“Concertatio Ecclesiae Catholicse in Anglia,” Bridgewater, John rector of Lincoln college

“De formulis et solemnibus populi Romani verbis,” Brisson, Barnaby president of the parliament of Paris

“De recta et necessaria Ratione preservandi a Pestis Contagione,” Camerarius, Joachim son of the preceding

“In Diogenem Laertium Notae Isaaci Hortiboni,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“The Execution of Justice in England, for maintenance of public and Christian peace, against certain stirrers of sedition, and adherents to the traitors and enemies of the realm, without any persecution of them for questions of religion, as it is falsely reported, &c.” Cecil, William lord Burleigh

“Harmonia Evangeliorum,” Chemnitz, Martin an eminent Lutheran divine

“The Folly of the World,” Chesne, Joseph Du called also Quercetanus

“Life of Sannazarius,” Crispus, John Baptist an Italian divine and poet

“A Book of Epitaphs, made upon the death of the right worshipful sir William Buttes, knt.” Dallington, Sir Robert as Fuller informs us

Born: Dickson, David an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Born: Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

“Libri tres Prascidaneorum in Petronium Arbitrmn,” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

“Rariorum aliquot Stirpium per' Pannoniam, Austrian!, et vicinas quasdam Provincias observatarum Historia,” Ecluse, Charles in Latin Clusius

Died: Enghelrams, Cornelius another artist

Born: Episcopius, Simon a man of very uncommon parts and learning

Died: Erastus, Thomas an eminent German physician

“Traitc de la Noblesse, traduit de Tltalien de Jean-Baptiste Nenna,” Fevre, Guy De Sieur De La Boderie Or Giudo Fabricius Boderianus

Born: Fevret, Charles an eminent French civilian

Died: Freigius, John Thomas a German (15431583)

“A defence of the translation of the Holy Scriptures in English,” Fulke, William a celebrated English divine

Born: Gibbons, Orlando an eminent composer of church music in the reign of James I. was born in 1583

Died: Goltzius, Hubert a German antiquary

Died: Gomar, Francis one of the great opponents of Arminius

Born: Goodman, Godfrey an English prelate

Died: Grazzini, Antony Francis an Italian scholar and poet of considerable eminence

Died: Grindal, Edmund archbishop of Canterbury

Born: Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

Died: Harpsfeld, Nicholas brother to the preceding

“A Defensative against the poison of supposed Prophecies,” Howard, Henry earl of Northampton

“Methodus curandi pestiferum contagium,” Ingrassias, Jon Philip an eminent physician and medical writer

Born: Ley, John a voluminous polemic in the seventeenth century

Born: Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

Born: Matthieu, Peter a French historian

“De Morbis puerorum Tractatus locupletissimi,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

“De optimo imperio, sive in Librum Josue commentarius,” Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

Born: Morin, John Baptist physician and regius professor of mathematics at Paris

“A True Report of the disputation or rather private conference had in the Tower of London, with Ed. Campion Jesuite, &c.” Nowell, Alexander an eminent English divine (?–1602)

“Anmice Litterae Societatis Jesu,” Orlandini, Nicholas a learned Italian Jesuit

Died: Pareus, David a celebrated divine of the reformed religion

“A Defence of the Censure given upon his two Books, &c.” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

“A Christian Directory,” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

Born: Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

“De Corporis humani structura et usu Libri tres,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Les Plaisirsdu Gentilhomme Champetre,” Rapin, Nicholas a French poet

Died: Ratcliffe, Thomas of Sussex

Born: Raynaud, Theophilus a celebrated Jesuit

Born: Renaudot, Theofhrastus a physician

“Opus de Emendatione Temporum,” Scaliger, Joseph Justus son of the preceding

“DelP Anima d'Aristotele,” Segni, Bernard an early Italian writer

Died: Smeton, Thomas a learned Scotch divine

Born: Spondanus, John a man of uncommon abilities and learning

“The four first books of Virgil’s Æneis, in English Hexameters,” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

Died: Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

Born: Verneuil, John a French refugee

Born: Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

“The remembrance of the life and death of Thomas, late earl of Sussex,” Whetstone, George is an author of whom very little is known

1584

“Dialogo sopra la generatione de Venti, &c.” Agrippa, Camille a celebrated architect of Milan

“De Cardinalibus, et de douatione Constantini,” Albani, John Jerome of the same family with the preceding

“Les Neapolitaines,” Amboise, Francis D' lived in the latter end of the sixteenth

“Sententia quod Metaphygica sit eadem que Physica,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“Dele 1 Educazione Cristiana de Figliuoli libri tre,” Antoniano, Silvio a man of great learning

“De Commissariis,” Arena, James De a learned civilian and writer

“Rime, con un breve discorso dell' epica poesia,” Attendolo, John Baptist a learned writer of the sixteenth century

“Bapt. Mantuanus’s treatise on Death,” Bale, John in Latin Baleus or Balæus

“A Catechism or Confession of Faith,” Balnaves, Henry one of the promoters of the reformation in Scotland

Born: Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“An introduction to the art of Music,” Bathe, William an Irish Jesuit

“Collectanea super jus Csesareum,” Benavidio, Mark in Latin Marcus Mantua Benavidius

Born: Berkeley, Sir Robert one of the justices of the king’s bench in the time of Charles I. was born in 1584

Born: Bonifacio, Balthasar the son of a lawyer of the same name

“Discovsi di M. Vincenzo Borghini,” Borghini, Vincent was born at Florence in 1515 of a noble family

“Riposo della Pittura, e della Scukura,” Borghini, Vincent was born at Florence in 1515 of a noble family

Died: Brill, Matthew an artist of whom very few particulars are mentioned; the most material are

Died: Bucholtzer, Abraham usually ranked among the German reformers

“Sceptre of Judah,” Bunney, Edmund descended from an ancient family in Yorkshire

“Summa veterum interpretum in universam dialecticam Aristotelis,” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

“Galatea,” Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel De the author of Don Quixote

“De recta adolescentulorum institutione,” Ceruti, Frederick a learned philologist

Born: Crinesius, Christopher a learned Bohemian

“Turco-Graecias libri octo, utraque lingua edita. Quibus Graecorum status sub imperio Turcico, in politia et ecclesia, ceconomia et scholis, jam hide ab amissa Constantinopoli, ad haec usque tempora, luculenter describitur,” Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

“Acta et Scripta Theologorum Wirtembergensium, et Patriarchs Constantinopolitani D. Hieremiae quas utrique ab anno 1576 usque ad annum 1581 de Augustana Confessione inter se miserunt,” Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

Died: Day, John a very eminent English printer in the sixteenth century

“Delia Retorica,” Denores, Jason was born at Nicosia

“Three godly and learned Sermons, very necessary to be read and regarded of all men,” Drant, Thomas an English divine and poet

“Rhetoricae libri quatuor,” Dresserus, Matthew a learned German

Born: Eremita, Daniel a native of Antwerp

“Opera genuina omnia, tarn Practica, quam Theoretica, in tres tomos distributa.” Fallopius, Gabriel a most celebrated physician and anatomist of Italy

“Theses de variis fidei eontroversiis,” Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

“Doctrina catholica de Sanctorum Invocatione, &c.” Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

Died: Faur, Guy De lord of Pibrac

Born: Fletcher, Giles brother to bishop Fletcher

Died: Fugger, Huldric an eminent benefactor to literature

“A. brief and plain declaration, containing the desires of all those faithful ministers who seek discipline and reformation of the church of England, which may serve as a just apology against the false accusations and slanders of their adversaries,” Fulke, William a celebrated English divine

“Hasfurtus de cognosceudis et medeudis morbis ex corporum coelestium positione, cui argumenta et explicationem inscripsit,” Gallucci, John Paul a learned Italian astronomer

“Epic Paraphrases of twenty-five of David’s Psalms,” Gentilis, Scipio brother of Alberic Gentilis

“La guerra di Mostri, Poema giocoso,” Grazzini, Antony Francis an Italian scholar and poet of considerable eminence

“Myrrour of Modestie,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“The Myrrour of Modestie,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Gregory Of St. Vincent a Flemish geometrician

“Rerum Polonicarum Tomi Tres,” Guagnini, Alexander a native of Verona

Born: Hales, John an eminent divine and critic

Born: Hals, Francis a portrait painter of great celebrity

Died: Hervet, Gentian a learned Frenchman

Born: Inchofer, Melchior a learned German

“Alarm against the Usurers, containing tried experiences against worldly abuses,” Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

Died: Martin, Thomas an eminent civilian

Born: Massinger, Philip a very eminent dramatic writer

“De Venenis et Morbis venenosis,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Born: Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“Aristotelis Organum, hoc est libri omnes ad logicam pertimntes, Gr. et Lat.” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

“Harmony of the Gospels,” Pagit a Puritan divine

“The Arraignment of Paris,” Peele, George an English poet

“De praecipuis divinationum generibus,” Peucer, Gaspard a celebrated physician and mathematician

Died: Plowden, Edmund a celebrated lawyer

“Caradoc’s History of Cambria, with annotations,” Powell, David a learned Welsh divine

Born: Pym, John a noted republican in the time of Charles I. was descended of a good family in Somersetshire

Born: Quistorp, John a German Lutheran divine and professor

Born: Saavedra-Faxardo, Diego De a Spanish political and moral writer

“Aristotelis Hist. Animalium liber decimus, ac versione et commentario,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

“Animadversiones in Theophrasti historias plantarum,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

“A perfect platform of a Hop-garden,” Scot, Reynolde a learned English gentleman

Born: Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“De rebus in Hibernia gestis, lib, iv.” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

Born: Walstein, Albert duke of Fridland

Born: Young, Patrick an eminent scholar

Born: Zacchias, Paul physician to pope Innocent X. was born in 1584

1585

“Ars muniendorum oppidorum,” Acontius, James a divine

Died: Aersens, Peter called by the Italians PietroLongo

“Dialogo del modo di mettere in Battaglia,” Agrippa, Camille a celebrated architect of Milan

“Tres Orationes,” Alberti, Solomon the pupil of Jerome Fabricius at Padua

“Poemata varia, diligenter ab ipso recognita,” Angelio, Peter an eminent Italian scholar and Latin poet

“Exercitationum cum Patricio liber,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“Le Retranchemens,” Aubert, William sieur de Massouignes

“Partenope,” Audebert, Germain president in the election

Born: Ball, John a Puritan divine of the seventeenth century

“Itinerarium Cambriae,” Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

Born: Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

“Apologie Catholique conti'e les libelles, &c. publiées par les Liguez,” Belloi, Peter advocate general of the parliament of Toulouse

“Falco emissus ad capiendum, deplumandum et dilacerandum audaciorem ilium cuculum ubjquitarium, qui nuper ex Jac. Andreae, mali corvi, male ovo, ab Holdero simplicissima curruca exclusus, eta demoniaco Bavio Fescenio varii coloris plumis instructus, impetum in philomelas innocentes facere ceperat,” Beumler, Mark a learned minister of the reformed church

“Observationes sacrse,” Billi, James De was born at Guise in Picardy

Died: Bird, William an eminent musician and composer

“De morbis muliebribus,” Bottoni, Albertino a physician

Died: Caldwall, Richard an English physician

“Speculum moralium questionum in universam ethicam Aristotelis,” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

“Sermons on Ecclesiastes,” Corranus, Anthony the son of Ant

Died: Craton, John a physician and voluminous writer

Born: Crayer, Gaspar De an eminent artist

“Le Rime,” Crispus, John Baptist an Italian divine and poet

Born: Dodsworth, Roger an eminent antiquary

Died: Erizzo, Sebastian a numismatical writer of considerable reputation in the sixteenth century

“Jeroboam rebellens,” Fabricius, Andrew a learned popish divine in the sixteenth century

Died: Ferrier, Armand an eminent lawyer

“Auctores Latinae Linguae,” Festus, Pompeius was a celebrated grammarian of antiquity

Died: Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“Commentary on the Psalms” Folengio, John Baptist was born at Mantua in 1490

Born: Forbes, William bishop of Edinburgh

Born: Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Tasso’s Jerusalem,” Gentilis, Scipio brother of Alberic Gentilis

“Planetomachia,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“A Chronography,” Hanmer, Meredith an English divine of a very mixed character

Died: Jamyn, Amadis a French poet

“Conference between a learned godly Christian, and an afflicted Conscience,” Kingsmill, Andrew one of the earliest puritan divines

Born: Kotter, Christopher born in 1585

“Pythagoras’s Golden Verses,” Marcilius, Theodora a learned German critic

“De Decoratione liber,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

“Oratio pro suo in Regiam cathedram ritu,” Monantheuil, Henry De an able mathematical and medical writer

Died: Muretus, Marc Anthony a very ingenious and learned critic

Born: Mydorge, Claude an able mathematician

Born: Patrix, Peter a French minor poet

“Exposition on Nehemiah” Pilkington, James a learned and pious English prelate

Died: Porcacchi, Thomas a learned Italian of the sixteenth century

“Pontici Virunnii Historia Britannica,” Powell, David a learned Welsh divine

Born: Richelieu, Armand Du Plessis a celebrated cardinal and minister of France

Died: Ronsard, Peter De a French poet

“Antiquitatum Romanarum libri decem,” Rosinus, John in German Roszfelit

“De schismate Anglicano,” Rushton, Edward a Roman catholic writer

Died: Sigonius, Charles a learned Italian

Died: Tallis, Thomas one of the greatest musicians of this country

Born: Turner, Peter son to the preceding Dr

Born: Vanini a writer who has generally been distinguished by the title of Atheist

Born: Vaugelas, Claude Favre De an elegant French writer

Died: Victorius, Peter an eminent Italian scholar

Born: Warner, John a learned and munificent prelate

Born: Wren, Matthew a learned bishop of Ely

1586

Born: Adams, Sir Thomas citizen and lord mayor of London

“Semestria,” Alexander Ab Alexandro a Neapolitan lawyer of great learning

Born: Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

“Theatrum nmlierum,” Amman, Jost a painter and engraver

Born: Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“Ospitale de pazzi,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“Ratio Studiorum,” Aquaviva, Claudius son to John Jerome

Born: Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

“Arte del Contrappunto ridotta in tavole,” Artusi, Giomaria a musical critic

Died: Aubert, James a learned physician of the sixteenth century

Died: Augustin, Anthony archbishop of Tarragona

Died: Azpilcueta, Martin De commonly called Navarre

“De Venenis et Antidotis Prolegomena,” Bacci, Andrew an eminent Italian physician

Born: Bargrave, Isaac dean of Canterbury

“De prsestantia &. dignitate divinse Legis, lib. 2,” Baro, Peter a learned divine

“Marty rologium Romanum restitutum,” Baronius, Cæsar an eminent ecclesiastical writer

Born: Beaumont, Francis third son of Francis

Born: Calixtus, George an eminent Lutheran divine

“Britannia” Camden, William one of the most eminent English antiquaries

Born: Capel, Richard son of Christopher Capel

“The Praise of Music, &c.” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

“De necessaria Theologian Scholasticse correctione,” Cheffontaines, Christopher in Latin

Died: Chemnitz, Martin an eminent Lutheran divine

Born: Courcelles, Stephen De descended from a family in Picardy

Born: Cunæus, Peter a very learned lawyer

Born: Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Odarum Britannicarum liber, ad Elizabetham reginam, et Jani Dousae filii Britannicorum carminum silva,” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

“Coenae Lutherana? et Calvinistee oppu<rnatio,” Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

“The Diamant of Devotion, in six parts,” Fleming, Abraham a miscellaneous writer in the sixteenth century

“Auctones Linguae Latinaj,” Fulgentius Planciades, Fabius who is sometimes confounded with the preceding St

Died: Gambara, Lorenzo was an Italian poet of the sixteenth century

“Le Bureau du Concile deTrente,” Gentillet, Innocent a Protestant lawyer

“Epitome Matthioli,” Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

Died: Gregory Xiii. the principal event in whose life is the reformation he introduced in the Roman calendar

Born: Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Hooker, Thomas a celebrated divine of New England

Born: Jameson, George an eminent artist

“Notes on the Books of Proverbs, Ecclesiasticus, the Canticles, and the Book of Wisdom,” Jansenius, Cornelius a learned Flemish prelate (?–1576)

Born: Jenkins, David an English lawyer

Born: Magni, Valerian a celebrated Capuchin

Died: Maitland, Sir Richard a cultivator and preserver of Scotch poetry

Born: Mede, Joseph a learned -English divine

“Christian friendship, with an invective against dice-play and other profane games,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Died: Perrenot, Anthony was born 1517

Born: Polemberg, Cornelius a celebrated Dutch painter

Born: Ralegh, Walter an eminent English divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Reves, James De a learned Dutch divine

Died: Rushton, Edward a Roman catholic writer

Born: Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Died: Sansovino, Francis an Italian poet and historian

Died: Truberus, Primus celebrated for his learned translations

“The English mirror, wherein all estates may behold the conquest of error,” Whetstone, George is an author of whom very little is known

“Funeral Sermon on sir Henry Sidney,” White, Thomas founder of Sion college (1546–?)

1587

“Repetitiones in C. Canonum Statuta, de Constit.” Ancharanus, Peter an eminent civilian of the fourteenth century

“Il Satiro Favola Pastorale,” Avantio, John Maria a celebrated Italian lawyer

“Semeiotica, sive ratio dignoscendarum sediura male affectarum, et affectuum preter naturam,” Aubert, James a learned physician of the sixteenth century

“De emendatione Gratiani Dialogorum,” Augustin, Anthony archbishop of Tarragona

Born: Automne, Bernard advocate of the parliament of Bourdeaux

Born: Barthius, Caspar a very learned and voluminous writer

Died: Batman, Stephen ranked among the old English poets of the sixteenth century

“Notes to Leland’s Assertio Arthuri, translated by Rich. Robinson,” Batman, Stephen ranked among the old English poets of the sixteenth century

“Observations,” Cagnati, Marsilius of Verona

“Novurn Testamentum. Grace urn,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“De arte natandi, libri duo,” Digby, Sir Everard an English gentleman

“Plautinae Explicationes,” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

Born: Drabicius, Nicholas a celebrated enthusiast

“Isagoge Historica,” Dresserus, Matthew a learned German

Died: Fox, John an eminent English divine and churchhistorian

“The Lamentations of Amituas for the death of Phillis, in English hexameters,” Fraunce, Abraham an English versifier in queert Elizabeth’s time

“Christian Ethics,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“Commentary on the Pentateuch,” Galesini, Peter of Milan

Born: Garissoles, Anthony a French protestant divine

Born: Gaulmin, Gilbert a French minor author

Born: Godwin, Dr. Thomas a learned English writer

Died: Gosselini, Julian an Italian poet and miscellaneous writer

“The School of Abuse,” Gosson, Stephen a divine and poet

“Euphues’s censure to Pbilautus,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Arcadia or Menaphon, Camillae’s alarm to slumbering Euphues,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Guilandinus, Melchior a Prussian botanist

“De Templis: hoc est, de origine, progressu, usu, & abusu Templorum, ac omnino rerum omnium ad Templa pertinentium,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Born: Johnston, Arthur was born at Caskieben

Born: Jungius, Joachim an eminent mathematician

Born: Kynaston, Francis an English poet

Born: Menard, Nicholas Hugues a writer on the history of the saints

“Consultationes et Responsa Medicinalia.” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Born: Muis, Simeon De Hebrew professor of the Royal College of France

“Herbal to the Bible,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

“Discours Politiques,” Noue, Francis De La surnamed Bras de Fer

Born: Osius, Felix a celebrated orator

Died: Pamelius, James a learned Fleming

“Nova Geometria,” Patrizi, Francis a platonic philosopher and man of letters

Born: Paulmier De Grentesmenil, James Le more commonly known to the learned by his Latinized name 1Dupin

“Artis cabalisticae Scriptores,” Pistorius, John a learned divine

Born: Preston, John a celebrated divine in the beginning of the seventeenth century

Died: Quinquarboreus or

“Elogia carmine elegiaco in imagines 50 doctorum virorum,” Raphelengius, Francis a learned writer of the 16th century

Born: Reinesius, Thomas a learned and philosophic German

“An Exhortation to true love, loyalty, and fidelity to her majesty,” Renniger, Michael or

Died: Sadler, Sir Ralph an eminent English statesman

“Minerva, de causis linguae Latinse,” Sanchez, Francis an eminent classical scholar of the sixteenth century

Born: Sanderson, Dr. Robert

Born: Slater, William a learned divine and poet

“De vita S. Patricii, Hiberniae Apostoli, lib. ii.” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“Vers Chretiens au comte du Bouchage,” Stephanus, Robert the third of that name

“Epistola ad Hieronymum Merculiarem de naribus, multo ante abscissis> reficiendis,” Taliacotius, Gaspar professor of medicine and anatomy in the university of Bologna

“Art of Logicke,” Udal, Nicholas an eminent schoolmaster of the sixteenth century

“The Summe of the Christian Religion,” Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

Born: Vondel, Justus a very celebrated Dutch poet

Died: Wigand, John a learned divine of the reformed religion

1588

“De Promulgatione Evangelii apud Barbaros,” Acosta, Joseph D' a celebrated Spanish author

Died: Adrichomius, Christian a geographer of considerable note

“Mirtilla, favola pastorale,” Andreini, Isabella wife to the preceding

“Fistula in Ano” Ardern, John an early medical writer of the English nation

Born: Balthasar, Christopher a man of great learning and merit

Born: Bastard, Thomas a clergyman and poet

Born: Bernard, Claude called Father Bernard

“A revision of the French Bible of Geneva, according to the Hebrew text,” Bertram, Cornelius Bonaventure minister

Died: Bienne, John in Latin Benenatus

“Martyre de Maria Stuart Reyne d'Escosse,” Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

Born: Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

Born: Bulstrode, Edward a lawyer of some note during the usurpation

“The Coronation of King David, &c.” Bunney, Edmund descended from an ancient family in Yorkshire

Died: Cagliari, Paul a celebrated artist

“Hortus Medicus et Philosophicus, in quo piurimarum Stirpium breves Descriptiones, novae Icones non paucae, continentur,” Camerarius, Joachim son of the preceding

Born: Carpenter, Nathaniel an English clergyman o great learning and parts

“Sphaera civitatis, sive de politica,” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

“Apologia musices, tarn vocalis, quam instrumentalis, et mixtae,” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

Born: Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

Died: Crowley, Robert a divine and poet

Died: Daurat, John an. eminent French poet

“Poetica,” Denores, Jason was born at Nicosia

“De Jure sacro, vel principiorum Juris pontificii, libri tres,” Epo, Boetius a celebrated lawyer

Died: Fioravanti, Leonard a physician of Bologna

“Cirurgia,” Fioravanti, Leonard a physician of Bologna

“GEconomia Hippocratis alphabet! serie distincta, in qua dictionum apud Hippocratem omnium, pra?­jsertim obscurionnn, usus explicatur, et velut ex amplissimo penu depromitur: ita ut Lexicon Hippocraticum merito dici possit,” Foesius, Anutius a celebrated physician

“S. Didaci Complutensis Canonizatio,” Galesini, Peter of Milan

“Three Conspiracies,” Gosselini, Julian an Italian poet and miscellaneous writer

Died: Go Urn Ay, Mary De Jars, Lady Of a French female wit

“Pandosto the Triumph of Time,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Perimedes the blackesmith,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“The pleasant and delightful history of Dorastiis and Favvnia,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Died: Grenada, Lewis De a celebrated Dominican in the sixteenth century

Died: Heshusius, Tillemannus a German pretestant theologian

Born: Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“De Monachis: seu de origine & progressu monachatus & ordinum monasticorum,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Born: Hugo, Herman a learned Jesuit

Born: Libavius, Andrew a physician and chemist

Born: Mersenne, Marin a learned French writer

“The Concordance of Grace and Free-will,” Molina, Lewis born of a noble family at Cuenca

“Elucidationes in omnia S. S. apostolorum scripta, &c.” Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

Born: Mothe Le Vayer, Francis De La a distinguished French writer in the seventeenth century

“Nosomantica Hippocratica, sive Hippocratis Prognostica cuncta, ex omnibus ipsius scriptis, methodice digesta, Libri ix.” Moufet, Thomas a physician and naturalist of the sixteenth century

“Loci communes Philosophic! Graeci,” Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

“Argonautica, Thebaica, Troica, Ilias parva; poematia Graeca anonymi (Laur. Rhodomani) primum edita cum argumentis a Mich. Neandro,” Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

“Sapientissimi Curopalatae de officialibus Palatii Constantinopolitani, et officiis magnae ecclesiae libellus, Or et Lat.” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

“A view of publicke Wants and Disorders in the service of God, in a Petition to the high court of Parliament,” Penry, John commonly known by his assumed name of Martin Mar-prelate

“An Exhortation to the Governors and People of Wales, to labour earnestly to have the preaching of the Gospel planted among them,” Penry, John commonly known by his assumed name of Martin Mar-prelate

Died: Pulzone, Scipio of Gaeta

Born: Rawley, William a learned English divine

Born: Reading, John an English divine

“An Instruccyon of Christen fayth, &c.” Regius, Urban a name he thought proper to change

Died: Sandys, Edwin a very eminent English prelate

Died: Speroni, Sperone an Italian scholar of great eminence in the sixteenth century

Born: Turretin, Benedict the first of a celebrated family of protestant divines

“Paraphrasis in ArchimedisSquiponderantia,” Ubaldi, Guido was an eminent mathematician irt Italy

Died: Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Died: Vasari, George an artist

Born: Wadding, Luke an eminent Irish Roman catholic

Born: Wither, George a name well known among the readers of old English poetry

Born: Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

Died: Zuinger, Theodore a celebrated physician of Basil (1534–?)

1589

“De admirabili Viperae natura, et de mirificis ejusdem facultatibus,” Abbatius, Baldus Angelus a physician

Born: Abraham, Nicholas a learned Jesuit

“De Natura Novi Orbis, libri duo,” Acosta, Joseph D' a celebrated Spanish author

Born: Æmilius, Anthony professor of history in the university of Utrecht

“On the Lamentations,” Agelius, Anthony a native of Sorrento

“De privatorum publicorumque urbis Romae eversoribus epistola,” Angelio, Peter an eminent Italian scholar and Latin poet

Born: Arnauld D'Andilli, Robert eldest son of the preceding

“Urania, or heavenly muse,” Ashley, Robert a Wiltshire gentleman

“Compendious Chirurgery, gathered and translated especially out of Wecker,” Banister, John an eminent physician of the sixteenth century

“Antidotary chirurgical, containing variety of all sorts of medicines,” Banister, John an eminent physician of the sixteenth century

Born: Bignon, Jerome a French writer

“Confutatio virulentae disputationis Theologies, in qua Georgius Sohn, Prof. Acad. Heidelberg, conatus est docere, Pontificem Romanum esse Antichristum, &c.” Bridgewater, John rector of Lincoln college

Born: Carew, Thomas an English poet

Born: Clifford, Anne sole daughter and heir to George earl of Cumberland

Died: Cousin, John an eminent French artist

“Differentia Ciceronis,” Craig, Nicholas Cragius

Died: Dudley, Ambrose son of John duke of Northumberland

Died: Eberus, Paul one of the early reformers

“Apologia Libri sui de Invocatione, &c. contra Danielem Tossanum,” Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

Born: Fetti, Domenico an eminent painter

Born: Fichet, Alexander a man of considerable learning

Died: Fulke, William a celebrated English divine

“Theatrum mundi et temporis,” Gallucci, John Paul a learned Italian astronomer

Died: Garzoni, Thomas an Italian writer of some note

“Excommunication of the Ecclesiastics who assisted at divine service with Henry de Valois, after the assassination of cardinal de Guise,” Genebrard, Gilbert a celebrated Benedictine

Born: Ghilini, Jerome an Italian writer

“The Spanish Masquerade,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Higgs, Griffin descended from a considerable family in Gloucestershire

“Sermons,” James Di Vouagine a celebrated Dominican

“Idea veri magistratus,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

Born: Junius, Francis son of the preceding

“Pap with a Hatchet, alias a fig for my godson, &c.” Lilly, John another dramatic writer

Born: Littleton, Dwaud lord keeper of the great seal of England in the reign of Charles I. was descended

“La Guisiade,” Matthieu, Peter a French historian

“Dissertation on the Obelisks of Rome,” Mercati, Michael a physician and naturalist

Died: Mildmay, Sir Walter an eminent statesman of the sixteenth century

“The Returne of the renowned cavaliero Pasquill of England,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

“Address to the two Universities,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

“Erotemata” Neander, Michael one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

“Illustrium aliquot Anglorum encomia,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Born: Osborne, Francis an English writer of considerable abilities

“De non admittendis una in Republica diversorum Religionum exercitiis,” Pamelius, James a learned Fleming

“German Bible,” Pareus, David a celebrated divine of the reformed religion

Died: Plantin, Christopher an eminent printer

“A Dictionary, English and Latin, and Latin and English,” Rider, John an Irish prelate

Born: Riviere, La'Zarus an eminent French physicist

“Historical Dialoguetouchingantichristand popery,” Rogers, Thomas whom Wood styles “a most admirable theologist

Born: Rolle, Henry a learned and upright judge

Born: Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

“Discourse concerning the forms and effects of divers Weapons, and other very important matters military; greatly mistaken by divers men of war in their days, and chiefly of the rnusquet, calyver, and long-bow, &c.” Smith, John a traveller and ambassador

“Of the cheefe Courts in England,” Smith, Sir Thomas a very learned writer and statesman (?–1577)

Born: Spagnoletto, Joseph Ftibera so named in Italy

Born: Stenwyck, Henry the Young

Died: Sturmius, John the Cicero of Germany

“The Councellor; a Treatise of Councils and Councellors of Princes,” Thorie, John one of a family of that name

Born: Vane, Sir Henry an English statesman

“Varia Poemata de Sphaerarum online,” Vaughan, William a Latin poet and moral writer

Born: Voetius, Gisbert an eminent Dutch divine

“Sermon at St. Paul’s Cross on the queen’s day (Nov. 17) 1589,” White, Thomas founder of Sion college (1546–?)

Born: Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

Died: Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

Born: Zeiler, Martin an indefatigable German geographer