Events noted in 1590

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

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“Historia natural y moral de las Indias,” Acosta, Joseph D' a celebrated Spanish author

“De Christo revelato, libri novem,” Acosta, Joseph D' a celebrated Spanish author

Born: Alaymo, Mark Anthony a celebrated physician of Sicily

Born: Albi, Henry a native of Bolene in the comtat Venaissin

Died: Alexandrini De Neustain, Julius was born at Trente

“Dialogo di Alessandro Allori pittore Florentine sopra l'arte del disegnare le figure principiando da Muscoli, Ossa, Nervi, Vene, Membra, Notomia, e figura perfetta,” Allori, Alexander called Bronzing

Born: Andrada, Alphonsus D' a Spanish writer

Died: Andreas, James a celebrated Lutheran divine of the sixteenth century

Born: Annat, Francis confessor to Lewis XIV. was born at Rouergue

“On the means of avoiding the infirmities of Old Age,” Bacon, Roger a learned English monk of the Franciscan order

Born: Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

Born: Bardin, Peter a member of the French academy

“Our conjunction with Christ is altogether spiritual,” Baro, Peter a learned divine

Died: Bartas, William De Salluste Du the son of a treasurer of France

Died: Bartholomew Of The Martyrs a pious and learned Dominican

“the guide of the blind,” Bartolo an eminent lawyer

Born: Baudouin, John a member of the French academy

“Of the making and use of the Familiar Staff, so called for that it may be made useful and familiarly to walk with, as for that it performeth the geometrical mensuration of all altitudes,” Blagrave, John an eminent mathematician

Born: Bourne, Immanuel the son of a clergyman

Born: Browne, William an ingenious English poet

“Brief true report of the new found land of Virginia, published by Thomas Hariot, servant to sir Walter Raleigh, &c.” Brye, Theodore De an eminent engraver

“L 7 Histoire des choses plus remarquables advenues en France en Annies 1587, 1588, et 1589, par S. C.” Calignon, Soffrey De a native of Saint Jean

Born: Chaloner, Edward second son of the preceding

“Cæsarei Partus Assertio Historiologica,” Cheselden, William an eminent surgeon and anatomist

“A Spanish grammar, with certain rules for teaching both the Spanish and French tongues,” Corranus, Anthony the son of Ant

Died: Costanzo, Angelo Di lord of Cantalupo

Born: Crellius, John a once celebrated writer of the Sociriian persuasion

Died: Cujacius, James a celebrated lawyer

“Father of his scholars.” Cujacius, James a celebrated lawyer

Died: Denores, Jason was born at Nicosia

Born: Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

Died: Durant not Durand

“Varia Opuscula Medica,” Erastus, Thomas an eminent German physician

Born: Faria De Sousa, Emanuel one of the most celebrated historians and poets of his nation in the seventeenth century

“Apologia Thesium de CcBUtt Lutherana, &o.” Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

Born: Fermat, Peter a very celebrated French mathematician

Born: Feuquieres, Manasses De Pas, Marquis De one of the bravest French officers in the seventeenth century

“Of the Russe Commonwealth: or manner of Government by the Russe Emperor, commonly called the Emperor of Moskovia, with the manners and fashions of the people of that country,” Fletcher, Giles brother to bishop Fletcher

“Delia transportatione dell' Obelisco Vaticano e delle fabriche Sixto V.” Fontana, Domenick an eminent Italian architect

Died: Frischlin, Nicodemus a learned critical and poetical writer of Germany

Died: Galesini, Peter of Milan

“Canisius’s Catechism, translated from the Latin,” Garnet, Henry a person memorable in English history for having been privy to the celebrated conspiracy called “The Gunpowder Plot

Died: Garnier, Robert a French tragic poet

Born: Gentilis, Robert son of the preceding

“Poematia Vetera,” Germanicus, Cæsar son of Drusus and of Antonia the virtuous niece of Augustus

“The Royal Exchange, contayning sundry aphorisms of Philosophic,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Greene’s mourning garment, given him by Repentance at the funerals of Love,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Never too late,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Grey, Nicholas a learned schoolmaster of the seventeenth century

Born: Guercino whose proper name was John Francis Barbieri

Born: Holdsworth, Richard sometimes written Oldsworth (?–1649)

Died: Humphrey, Laurence a learned English writer

Died: Junctin, Francis in Italian Giuntino

Died: Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Lasena, Peter a learned Italian

“Astronomia Optica.” Mæstlinus, Michael a celebrated astronomer of Germany

Born: Meibomius is the name of several learned men

“Tractatus de Compositione Medicamentorum, De Morbis oculorum et auriura,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Died: Morales, Ambrose a pious and learned Spanish priest

Died: Neal, Thomas an Oxford divine

Born: Page, William an English divine

Died: Palissy, Bernard De an ingenious artist

Died: Pare', Ambrose a French surgeon of eminence

“Reformation no Enemy to her Majesty and the State,” Penry, John commonly known by his assumed name of Martin Mar-prelate

Born: Perrier, Francis a French artist of merit

“A homily of the good and evil Angell, &c.” Regius, Urban a name he thought proper to change

“Tabulae Etymologice Grseca?,” Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

Died: Rogers, Daniel a man of considerable ability in the court of queen Elizabeth

“Sermons on Romans xii. v. 6, 7, 8,” Rogers, Thomas whom Wood styles “a most admirable theologist

“Miles Christian us, or, a Defence of all necessary writings and writers, written against an Epistle prefixed to a Catechism by Miles Moses,” Rogers, Thomas whom Wood styles “a most admirable theologist

Born: Ross, Alexander a voluminous author of the seventeenth century

Born: Smith, Richard one of the earliest book-collectors upon record

“Treatise of Testaments and Last Wills, compiled out of the laws, ecclesiastical, civil, and canon, as also out of the common laws, customs, and statutes of this realm.” Swinburne, Henry a law writer

Died: Tabourot, Stephen a French author

Born: Theophile a celebrated French poet

Died: Thevet, Andrew a writer of some note in the 16th century

“A Spanish Dictionary,” Thorie, John one of a family of that name

“De rebus Albionicis, Britannicis atque Anglicis commentariorum libri duo,” Twyne, John one of a family of Oxford antiquaries

“Discourse concerning of the Spanish fleet invading England in 1588 and overthroweu,” Ubaldini, Petruccio an illuminator on vellum

Died: Walsingham, Sir Francis an eminent statesman in the reign of queen Elizabeth

Born: White, John a nonconformist lawyer (?–1644)

“De succino Borussico, de. Alee, de Herbis Borussicis, et de Sale,” Wigand, John a learned divine of the reformed religion

“A brief discourse of War, with his opinion concerning some part of military discipline,” Williams, Roger a brave officer in the reign of queen Elizabeth (16601725)

1591

Died: Acuna, Fernando De a Spanish poet

Died: Adamson, Patrick a Scottish prelate

Died: Albani, John Jerome of the same family with the preceding

“De Balneis Puteolorum, Bajorum et Pithecusarum,” Alcadinus the son of Garsia

“Comfort for an afflicted conscience,” Allibond, Peter father of the preceding

“De Balsamq dialogus,” Alpini, Prospero a celebrated physician and botanist

Died: Amman, Jost a painter and engraver

“De excussione bonarum,” Arena, James De a learned civilian and writer

Died: Auger, Edmund a French Jesuit

Died: Bachovius, Reiner was born at Cologne in 1554

“Memorabilis historia luporum aliquot rabidorum,” Bauhin, John his eldest son

“De plantis a divis, sanctisque nomen habentibus,” Bauhin, John his eldest son

Born: Blondel, David a protestant minister

“Storia Trevigiana,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“In Institutiones Imperatoris Commenta,” Boyd, Mark Alexander a Scotch writer of considerable reputation in the sixteenth century

Died: Cecil, Robert earl of Salisbury

Died: Corranus, Anthony the son of Ant

“Aminta e Clori, favola silvestre,” Cremonini, Caesar professor of philosophy at Fer­*ara and at Padua

“De JMedici Laudibus, Oratio ad cives suos Gallipolitanos,” Crispus, John Baptist an Italian divine and poet

“De modo evangelii Jesu Christ! publicandi, propagandi, stabiliendique, inter infideles atlanticos. Volumen magnum libris distinctum qtiatuor: quorum primus ad serenissimam r.ostram potentissimamque reginam Elizabetham inscribiiur; secundus ad summos privati sutc sacra: majestatis consilii senatores; tertius ad Hispaniarum regem Philippum quartus ad pontificem Romanum,” Dee, John a great mathematician

Died: Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

Born: Ferri, Paul in Latin Ferrius

“The countess of Pembroke’s Ivy-church and Emamiel,” Fraunce, Abraham an English versifier in queert Elizabeth’s time

“Heliodorns’s Ethiopics,” Fraunce, Abraham an English versifier in queert Elizabeth’s time

“A Treatise on the different kinds of Cruelties inflicted by the pagans on the Martyrs of the primitive Church, illustrated with engravings of the instruments of torture made use of by them.” Gallonius, Anthony a native of Rome

Born: Gardiner, Richard an English divine

“De Sacrorum immunitatibus lib. tres, &c.” Germon, Anastasius an eminent lawyer

“A notable discovery of Coosenage,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“The second and last part of Conny Catching,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“A Hebrew and Chaldaic Dictionary, and an Arabic Grammar,” Hepburn, James Bonaventura an eminent linguist

Born: Herrick, Robert one of the minor poets

“History of the Jesuits,” Jouvenci a celebrated Jesuit

Born: King, Henry bishop of Chichester in the seventeenth century

“The Mussulman History,” Leunclavius, John a native of Amelbrun in Westphalia

“Catharos Diogenes in his singularitie, &c.” Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

Born: Mascardi, Augustin a distinguished person in the republic of letters

“Euclidis phenomena,” Maurolico, Francis a celebrated Italian mathematician

Born: Morin, John a learned ecclesiastic (?–1659)

“Catechism,” Pagit a Puritan divine

“A Second Part of a Christian Directory, &c.” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

“Oracula Zoroastris, Hermetis Trismegisti, et aliorum ex scriptis Platonicorum collecta, Graece et Latine, prefixa Dissertation^ Historica,” Patrizi, Francis a platonic philosopher and man of letters

Born: Potter, Christopher nephew to the preceding (15911646)

“Report of the truth of the Fight about the isles of Azores,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“Memnonis Historia de Republica Heracliensium, & rebus Ponticis Eclogoe seu excerptae & abbreviates narrationes in Sermonem Latinum translatae,” Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

“De vera peccatorum remissione,” Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

Died: Sainctes, Claudius De in Latin Sanctesius

“Appendix ad Terentii Varronis assertiones analogies sermonis Latini,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

“Astrophel and Stella,” Sidney, Philip a very accomplished English gentleman (?–1586)

Born: Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

“Answer to Mr. Job. deAlbine’s notable discourse against heresies,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

“A treatise of Ecclesiastical Discipline,” Sutcliffe, Matthew an English divine of considerable abilities in controversy

Born: Turner, Thomas dean of Canterbury

“Le Vite delle Donne illustri del regno d'lughilterra, e del regnb di Scotia, &c.” Ubaldini, Petruccio an illuminator on vellum

Died: Watson, Thomas a Roman catholic prelate in the reign of queen Mary

1592

“Cronica delle principali Famiglie Bolognesi, &c.” Alberti, Leander adominican and provincial of his order

Born: Alegambe, Philip a Flemish Jesuit

“Confutation of the Popish Transubstantiation,” Allibond, Peter father of the preceding

“De Plantis Egyptii liber,” Alpini, Prospero a celebrated physician and botanist

Died: Ammanati, Bartholomew a celebrated architect and sculptor

Born: Arriaga, Roderic De a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Audran, Claude the first of this famijy who is mentioned as an artist

Died: Baley, Walter an English physician

Born: Bancroft, John bishop of Oxford in the reigo of king Charles I. and nephew of the preceding Dr

Died: Bayf, John Anthony De La Neuville the natural son of the subject of the next article

Born: Boisrobert, François Metel De of the French academy

“Fifty-one demands, to be proposed by catholics to heretics,” Bristow, Richard an eminent Roman catholic priest and writer in the reign of queen Elizabeth

Born: Brownrig, Ralph bishop of Exeter

Died: Castelnau, Michel De a French nobleman of high character and abilities

Born: Cavendish, William baron Ogle

Born: Chauncy, Charles an eminent nonconformist

“Anti-Chopinus,” Chopin, Rene an eminent lawyer

“Plantarum aliquot ac piscium historia,” Colomna, Fabio an eminent botanist

Born: Comenius, John Amos a celebrated grammarian and protestant divine

Born: Cordes a learned editor

“De Republica Lacedsemoniorum,” Craig, Nicholas Cragius

Born: Crespi, Daniel a Milanese

“A demonstration of Discipline:” Dalton, Michael an English lawyer

Born: Devereux, Robert son to the former

“Prognostication everlasting, &c.” Digges, Thomas only son of the preceding Leonard Digges

Died: Elizabeth Of Austria daughter of the emperor Maximilian II. and wife of Charles IX. king of France

“The true use of Armory,” Erdeswicke, Sampson an English antiquary

“Pentateuchus Chirurgicus,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Tractatus de Controversiis inter ordinem Eccles. et Secularem in Polonia,” Faunt, Arthur an English Jesuit

Born: Ferrar, Nicholas an English gentleman of considerable learning and ingenuity

Died: Fonte-Moderata is the assumed name of a celebrated Venetian lady

Died: Furius, Frederick surnamed Cceriolanus

Born: Gerbier, Sir Balthasar

Born: Goff, Thomas a divine and dramatic writer

Died: Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“The third and last part of Conny Catching,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Disputation, between a hee conny-catcher and a shee conny-catcher,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Greene’s Groatsworth of wit bought with a million of repentance,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Philomela, the lady FitzwalterV nightingale,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Ciceronis amor, Tullie’s love,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“The Black Book’s Messenger, or life and death of Ned Browne,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

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

Born: Hacket, John bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

Died: Harrison, William an English historian

“Foure Letters, and certain Sonnets, touching Robert Greene and others,” Harvey, Gabriel a caustic wit of the Elizabethan period

Died: Hieron, Samuel an English divine and writer

Born: Honthorst, Gerard a celebrated artist

“De Festis Judaeorum, et Ethnicorum: hoc est, de origine, progressu, ceremoiiiis, et ritibus festorum dierum Judaeorum, Graecorum, Romanorum, Turcarum, & Indianorum,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Born: James, Richard nephew of the preceding

Born: Jeune, John Le a celebrated French divine

“Familiar Letters,” Manutius, Aldus the younger

“Historiae de rebus Hispaniae, lib.iginti,” Mariana, John a Spanish historian

Died: Montaigne, Michael De an eminent French

“De varia Republica, sive Comment, in librum Judicum,” Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

“De Legibus,” Pits, John an English biographer

Died: Ponte, Jacob Da called also IL Bassano

Born: Przipcovius, Samuel a Polish knight

Born: Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“Phytobasanos” Richer, Peter De Belleval an ingenious French botanist

“Antonii Sadeelis Chandaei, nobilissimi viri, opera theologica,” Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

“De verbo Dei scripto,” Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

“Refutatio libelli Claudii de Sainctes, intitulati, Examen doctrinae Calvinianae et Bezanae de ccena Domini,” Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

Died: Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

Born: Stephens, Jeremy a learned English divine

“Epithetorum Opus,” Tixier, John generally known by his assumed name Ravisius Textor

“Commentaries upon Suetonius and Horace;” Torrentius, Lævinus in his native language called Vander Beken

“Precetti moral i, politici, et economici,” Ubaldini, Petruccio an illuminator on vellum

Died: Udal, Ephraim a loyal divine

Born: Villiers, George duke of Buckingham

Born: Wandesforde, Christopher, Viscount Castlecomer an upright statesman

“Tabulae Analyticae in Prophetas, Psalmos, et Novum Testamentum,” Zegedin, Stephen De an eminent Lutheran divine

1593

“De Homine sano et de Dysenteria,” Ager, Nicholas professor of medicine and botany at Strasbourg

Born: Agostino, Paul of Valerano

“Psalmi pœnitentiales, versibus elegiacis expressi,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

Born: Amama, Sixtinus professor of the Hebrew tongue in the university of Franeker

Died: Amyot, James bishop of Auxerre and grand almoner of France

“Ars Medica, ex Hippocratis et Galeni thesauris potissimum deprompta,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“De natura et curatione malignae Febris,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

Born: Backhouse, William a younger son of Samuel Backhouse of Swallowfield in Berkshire

“Orationi Civili,” Badoaro, Daniel a senator of Venice

“Grammar,” Beumler, Mark a learned minister of the reformed church

Died: Beys, Giles a celebrated printer of the sixteenth century

Born: Bramhall, John an eminent prelate

“De Facultatibus Medicamentorum Libri duo,” Caesalpinus, Andrew an eminent botanist and physician

Born: Callot, James a famous engraver

Born: Cavalleri, Bonaventura an eminent Italian mathematician

“Dialogus de Comcedia,” Ceruti, Frederick a learned philologist

Born: Chatelet, Paul Hay, Lord Of a gentleman descended froman ancient family in Bretany

“Speculum Britanniae,” Chauncy, Sir Henry knt. author of the “Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire

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

“Fruitful Lessons upon the passion, buriall, resurrection, ascension, and of the sending of the Holy Ghost,” Coverdale, Miles the pious and learned bishop of Exeter in the reign of Edward VI. was born in Yorkshire in 1487 (?–1568)

Born: Crighton, Robert bishop of Bath and Wells

“A short view of Staffordshire, containing the antiquities of the same county.” Erdeswicke, Sampson an English antiquary

Born: Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“Theatre of Learned Women” Fonte-Moderata is the assumed name of a celebrated Venetian lady

Born: Forbes, John of Corse

Born: Gallucci, Angelo an Italian Jesuit

“Commentarii de Bello Belgico,” Gallucci, Angelo an Italian Jesuit

Died: Gataker, Thomas a very learned English divine aud critic

Born: Gevartius, John Gaspar a learned critic

Born: Glassius, Solomon an eminent German divine and critic

Born: Goodwin, John one of the most violent of the republican sectaries in the time of Charles I. but whom no sect seems to own

“Mamillia, or the triumph of Pallas,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Mamillia, or the second part of the triumph of Pallas,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

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

“Apologie pour les Chirurgiens,” Guillemeau, James one of the most celebrated surgeons of the sixteenth century

Born: Haye, John De La a learned Franciscan

Born: Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

Died: Holinshed, Raphael an English historian

Born: Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

“Festa Christianorum,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Born: Jackson, Arthur a nonconformist divine

Died: Latinus, Latinius one of the most learned critics of the sixteenth century

Died: Leunclavius, John a native of Amelbrun in Westphalia

“Antiquitatum Judaicarum, lib. novem,” Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

“Liber generationis et regenerationis Adam, sive historia generis humani,” Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

“A Plain Discovery of the Revelation of St. John,” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

“Commentarii in Notitiam utriusque Imperii et de Magistratibus,” Pancirolus, Guy the son of Albert Pancirolus

“Responsio ad Eliz. Reginse edictum contra Catholicos,” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

“Ex Memnone, de Tyrannis Heracleae Ponticas Ctesia & Agatharchide excerptae Historiac Greece & Latine partim ex Laur. Rhodomani interpretatione,” Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

Born: Sheldon, Gilbert archbishop of Canterbury

“A supplication to queen Elizabeth,” Southwell, Robert an English Jesuit and poet

“St. Peter’s Complaint, with other poems,” Southwell, Robert an English Jesuit and poet

“The Laws of Armes,” Sutcliffe, Matthew an English divine of considerable abilities in controversy

“Gierusalemme conquistata,” Tasso, Torquato a most celebrated Italian poet

Born: Tulp, Nicholas an eminent physician

Born: Walton, Isaac a celebrated writer on the art of angling

Born: Wentworth, Thomas, Earl Of Strafford an eminent

Born: Wingate, Edmund

1594

“Discussse concertationes de Rebus, Verbis, et Sententiis controversis,” Abbatius, Baldus Angelus a physician

“The mirror of Popish Subtleties,” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

Died: Alan, William cardinal priest of the Roman church

“Diogenes Laertius,” Aldobrandini, Thomas another son of the above Sylvester

“Oratio de Magia,” Apuleius, Lucius a Platonic philosopher

“Muse Toscane” Asinari, Frederic count de Camerano

Born: Audran, Carl is generally believed to have been brother of the preceding Claude

Died: Aylmer, John an eminent English prelate

“Histoire prodigieuse du Parricide de Barriere,” Banchi, Seraphim a native of Florence

Died: Benci, Francis an Italian orator and poet

Died: Bertram, Cornelius Bonaventure minister

Born: Beverwick, John De in Latin Beverovicius

Born: Bie, Adrian De an ingenious artist

Died: Bruto, John Michael a very learned Venetian

Born: Bushel, Thomas a man once of considerable eminence for his philosophical pursuits

“Godfrey of Bulloigne,” Carew, Ilichard author of the Survey of Cornwal

“Les Trois Verge’s,” Charron, Peter was born at Paris in 1541

“Diana, or the excellent conceitful sonnets of H. C. augmented with divers quatorzains of honorable and learned personages, divided into eight decads,” Constable, Henry an English poet of the 16th century

Died: Cooper, Thomas a learned English bishop

Born: Cosin, John an English prelate

“De Morbo Gallico Commentarius,” Craton, John a physician and voluminous writer

“De vera praecavendi et curandi Febrem contagiosam pestiientem ratione,” Craton, John a physician and voluminous writer

“De ethnicis philosophis caute legendis,” Crispus, John Baptist an Italian divine and poet

Born: Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“The Complaint of Rosamond,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

“Tragedy of Cleopatra,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

Born: Despeisses, Anthony an eminent French lawyer

Born: Fell, Samuel, D. D. a learned divine

Born: Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

Died: Fleetwood, William an English lawyer

“Greene’s funerals,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“The honourable history of Fryer Bacon and Fryer Bongay, a comedy,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“A looking-glass for London and England,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Grimston, Sir Harbottle a celebrated lawyer

Born: Gustavus, Adolphus king of Sweden

Born: Hampden, John, Esq. of Hamden

Born: Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

“Life of Jack Wilton,” Howard, Henry Earl of Surrey (?–1547)

Born: Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“Exposition on the two Epistles to the Thessalonians,” Jewel, John a learned prelate

Born: Jordaens, Jacob a painter of history and portraits

“Lectures upon Jonah,” King, John a learned English bishop

Died: Laud, William archbishop of Canterbury

Born: Leger, Anthony a learned Protestant divine

“De Papa Romano,” Lubbert, Sibrand a learned protestant divine

Born: Marca, Peter De one of the greatest ornaments of the Gallican church

Born: May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

Died: Mercator, Gerard an eminent geographer and mathematician

“Dido, queen of Carthage,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

Born: Nicolai, John a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Novarini, Lewis a learned Italian monk

Died: Palestrina, John Peter Louis called by Dr

Died: Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

“A Conference about the next Succession to the Crown of England, &c.” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

“Parallels Militari,” Patrizi, Francis a platonic philosopher and man of letters

Born: Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

Born: Potter, Francis a learned English divine (15941678)

Born: Poussin, Nicholas an eminent French painter

“Analysis Analyticorum posteriorum, seu librorum Aristotelis de Demonstratione, cum scholiis,” Powell, Griffith principal of Jesus college

“Analysis libri Aristotelis deSophisticis Elenchis,” Powell, Griffith principal of Jesus college

Died: Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

Died: Rainolds, John one of the most learned and eminent divines of the sixteenth century

“Exposition on the 87th Psalm,” Regius, Urban a name he thought proper to change

“Epithalamia sacra,” Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

“On the English schism,” Ribadeneira, Peter a celebrated Spanish Jesuit

Born: St. Amant, Mark-Anthony-Gerard, Sieur De a French poet

Born: Shirley, James an English dramatic writer and poet

“Diana,” Sidney, Philip a very accomplished English gentleman (?–1586)

“Certain instructions, observations, and orders military, requisite for all chieftains, captains, higher and lower officers,” Smith, John a traveller and ambassador

Born: Stephens, Anthony the son of Paul

Died: Tintoretto, Giacopo a celebrated Italian painter

“Latin poems,” Torrentius, Lævinus in his native language called Vander Beken

Born: Velasquez, Don Diego Velasquez De Silva an eminent Spanish history and portrait painter

Born: Ware, James an eminent antiquary

1595

“Disticha moralia Catonis, interprete Seb. Fab. Klonowicio,” Acernus, Sebastian Fabian a native of Poland

Died: Agylæus, Henry an eminent lawyer and law writer

“Orationes duae,” Amboise, James D' a brother of the preceding Francis and Adrian

Born: Aubertin, Edmund, In Latin Edmundus Albertinus a minister of the reformed church of Paris in the seventeenth century

Died: Aubrey, William an eminent civilian in queen Elizabeth’s reign

Died: Auge, Daniel D' in Latin Augentius

“Novæ Gnomonices, lib. V.” Baldi, Bernard born at Urbino in the year 1553

Born: Barlæus, Lambert brother of the preceding

Born: Bastwick, Dr. John an English physician of the last century

Born: Bayly, John son of the above

“Annals of queen Elizabeth,” Bodley, Sir Thomas that illustrious benefactor to literature

“Legationis Turcicæ Epistolæ,” Busbequius, Augher Ghislen was the natural son of the lord of Bnsbec

Born: Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Cesarini, Virginio a very accomplished Italian scholar

Born: Chapelain, John a celebrated French poet

“Chroniconanni 1593, 1594, etinitii 1595,” Chytræus, David whose family name was Kochhafe

“La bella Mano,” Conti, Giusto Di an Italian poet

Born: Coste, Hillario De a Minime friar

Died: Crispus, John Baptist an Italian divine and poet

“Annales Suevici, sive Chronica rerum gestarum antiquissimae et inclytae Suevicas Gentis quibus quicquid fere de ea haberi potuit, ex Lat. & Graec. aliarumque linguarum auctoribus, scriptisque plurimis, non editis, comprehenditur, &c.” Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

“Calvinus Judaisans,” Curio, Cœlius Secundus of Piemont

Born: Daly, Daniel an Irishman by birth

Born: Dandini, Caesar an historical painter

“St. Peter’s Complaint, with other Poems,” Davis, John of Hereford

Died: Digges, Thomas only son of the preceding Leonard Digges

Born: Drelincourt, Charles minister of the Calvinist church of Paris

“Casao Galataei de bonis moribus,” Fitzherbert, Nicholas grandson also to sir Anthony Fitzherbert

Died: Foesius, Anutius a celebrated physician

“Specimen Uranicum,” Gallucci, John Paul a learned Italian astronomer

Born: Glandorp, Matthias a German physician

Born: Hallier, Francis a celebrated French bishop

Born: Hanneken, Memnon a celebrated Lutheran divine

Died: Hawkins, Sir John an able naval commander

Died: Kelley a famous English alchymist

“Martial,” Langius, Joseph a learned mathematician of the sixteenth century

Born: Marets, John Des de Saint Sorlin

“Q. Ennii annalium librorum xviii. fragmenta collecta & commentariis illustrata,” Merula, Paul a very learned Hollander

Died: Neri, St. Philip De founder of the congregation of priests of the Oratory in Italy

Died: Passeroti, Bartholomew an artist of Bologna

“The Old Wives Tale,” Peele, George an English poet

“De Beatitudine,” Pits, John an English biographer

“The dangers which, through the impunity of excommunicated papists, traffickers with the Spaniards, and other enemies of the religion and estates, are imminent to the true religion professed within this realm, his majesty’s person, crown, and liberty of this our native country.” Rollock, Robert the first principal of the college of Edinburgh

“Aphorismi Confessariorum,” Saa, Emanuel a learned Portuguese Jesuit

Born: Sarbiewski, Matthias Casimir a modern Latin poet

Born: Saussay, Andrew Du doctor of law and divinity

Born: Scultetus, John a distinguished surgeon

“The Defence of Poesy,” Sidney, Philip a very accomplished English gentleman (?–1586)

“The Tragedie of Antonie: done into English by the countess of Pembroke,” Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

“Astrophel,” Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

“Maeoniae, or certain excellent Poems and spiritual Hymns,” Southwell, Robert an English Jesuit and poet

“The Triumphs over death,” Southwell, Robert an English Jesuit and poet

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

“Discours en vers au connetable de Montmorency,” Stephanus, Robert the third of that name

“Juvenilia,” Stephanus, Paul son of the second Henry

Born: Tooke, George of Popes

“Scelta di alcune Attioni, e di varii Accidenti,” Ubaldini, Petruccio an illuminator on vellum

Born: Ughelli, Ferdinand an ecclesiastical historian

Born: Vanuden, Lucas an eminent landscape-painter

“Mencechmi,” Warner, William an old English poet

Died: Williams, Roger a brave officer in the reign of queen Elizabeth (16601725)

1596

“Conciones, tomi tres,” Acosta, Joseph D' a celebrated Spanish author

Born: Adlzreiter, John of Tottenweiss

“A Preparative to platting of Landes and Tenements for suweigh, &c.” Aggas, Ralph a surveyor and engraver in the sixteenth century

Born: Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

Died: Angelio, Peter an eminent Italian scholar and Latin poet

Died: Bacci, Andrew an eminent Italian physician

“De Naturali Vinorum Historia,” Bacci, Andrew an eminent Italian physician

“Apologie contre les Jug-emeus temeraires de ceux, qui out pense conserver la Religion Catholiqtie en faisant assassiuer les tres Chretiens Rois de France,” Banchi, Seraphim a native of Florence

“Phytopinax,” Bauhin, Gaspard brother of the preceding

Born: Berretini, Pietro Da Cortona

“A letter to cardinal Cajetane io. commendation of the English Jesuits,” Blackwell, George a learned English writer of the church of Rome

“Astrolabium uranicum generale a necessary and pleasant solace and recreation for navigators in their long journeying containing the use of an instrument, or astrolabe,” Blagrave, John an eminent mathematician

Died: Bodin, John a French lawyer

Born: Bollandus, John a learned Jesuit

Died: Bottoni, Albertino a physician

“A collection of' astronomical epistles,” Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

Born: Bramer, Leonard a Flemish historical painter

Died: Brandmuller, John the eldest of a family who have made some figure in Swisserland

Born: Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

“Anthropologia,” Casman, Otto a German divine

“Questiones Marinae,” Casman, Otto a German divine

“Commonefactio ad Leonem X. papam, ad Carolum V. imperatorem, &c. de Constantinopoli capta a Turcis, &c.” Cuspinian, John whose German name was Speis­Hammer

Born: Des Cartes, Rene a modern philosopher of high distinction

Born: Doni D'Attichi, Lewis was born in 1596

Died: Drake, Sir Francis one of our most distinguished naval heroes

“Lives of the Sophists,” Eunapius a native of Sardis in Lydia

Born: Faringdon, Anthony an English divine

“Syriac and Chaldee Grammar,” George, Amjra was a learned Maronite

Born: Giry, Lewis advocate to the parliament of Paris

Born: Glisson, Francis an English physician

Born: Golius, James professor of Arabic at Leyden

Born: Greenville, Sir Bevil a brave and loyal officer

Born: Guadagnolo, Pinup an eminent Orientalist of Italy

“Genealogiae Familiarum Saxonicarum,” Henninges, Jerome a learned and laborious historian of the sixteenth century

Born: Holden, Henry an English Roman catholic divine

Born: Holstenius, Lucas an ingenious and learned German

“Epistolse Philosophic^ & Medicinales,” Horsti Us, James an eminent physician

“Two Polyglotts,” Hutter, Elias a Protestant divine

“Cosmographical Mystery,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Died: Lesley, John the celebrated bishop of Ross in Scotland

“Abridgment of the Basilica,” Leunclavius, John a native of Amelbrun in Westphalia

“The Divel conjured,” Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

“Phosphorus, de prima causa et natura mali, tractatus hypermetaphysicus,” Lubin, Eilhard one of the most learned protestants of his time

Born: Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“Historia Strenarum,” Marcilius, Theodora a learned German critic

Born: Mather, Richard the first of a family of nonconformist divines

Born: Nye, Philip an English nonconformist

“Aristotelis naturalis auscultationis libri octo.” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

“Aristotelis de anima libri tres, Gr. et Lat.” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

Born: Place, Joshua De La a learned protestant minister

“Funus Parasiticum,” Rigaltius, Nicolas a very ingenious and learned man

“Questiones et Responsiones aliquot, de feed ere Dei et de Sacramentis,” Rollock, Robert the first principal of the college of Edinburgh

Born: Ryves, Sir Thomas son of John Ryves of Damery Court

Died: Saa, Emanuel a learned Portuguese Jesuit

“Scholia in quatuor Evangelia,” Saa, Emanuel a learned Portuguese Jesuit

“De spirituali et sacramentali manducatione Corporis Christi;” Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

“Posnaniensium assertionum refutatio,” Sadeel, Anthony one of the promoters of the reformation

“Annotationes in ethicam, physicam, sphaeram Cornelii Valerii,” Snell, Rodolph a Dutch philosopher

Born: Stella, James an eminent painter

Born: Sterne, Richard archbishop of York

Died: Sylburgius, Frederic a learned German

Died: Taubman, Frederic an eminent German critic

Died: Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

“The Life of St. Francis Xavier;” Turselin, Horace a learned and indefatigable Jesuit of Rome

Died: Vignier, Nicholas king’s physician

“Explanationes in Ezechielem,” Villalpando, John Baptist a learned Spanish Jesuit

“Orationes quinque,” White, Richard an English historian (1540–?)

Born: Wilson, Arthur an English historian

1597

Born: Acuna, Christopher a Spanish Jesuit and missionary

“Deus, canzone spirituale di Celio magno, &c. con due Lezioni di T. Angelucci,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

Born: Argues, Gerard Des a geometrician of the seventeenth century

Born: Arnauld, Henry brother of Robert and Anthony

Died: Bacquet, John king’s advocate in the exchequer of Paris

“The Navigator’s Supply, containing rnaiw things of principal importance belonging to Navigation, and use of diverse Instruments framed chiefly for that purpose,” Barlowe, William son of the above

Died: Barthius, Caspar a very learned and voluminous writer

Born: Blake, Thomas an English puritan divine

“I. Bonfadii annales Genuensium ab anno 1528, ubi desinit Folieta, ad annum 1550,” Bonfadio, James an elegant Italian scholar of the sixteenth century

“Vitae Sanctorum Evangelist. Johannis et Lucae a Simeone Metaphraste concinnatae,” Brett, Richard a learned English divine

“Agatharchidis et Memnonis Historicorum quae supersunt omuia,” Brett, Richard a learned English divine

Died: Canisius, Henry the nephew of Peter Canisius

“Thesaurus ceconomiae, seu commentarius in ceconomia Aristotelis,” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

“Totius artis medicae, methodo divisa, compendium et synopsis,” Castellus, Bartholomew an Italian physician

Born: Davenport, John elder brother of Christopher just mentioned

Born: Despierres, John a learned Benedictine

Died: Dousa, Janus a very learned man

“De festis diebus Christianorum, Judaeorum et Ethnicoruin liber,” Dresserus, Matthew a learned German

“Dictionary, Italian and English,” Florio, John the Resolute

Born: Freire De Andrada, Hyacinthe an elegant Portuguese writer in prose and verse

“Delia fabrica et uso di diversi stromenti di Astronomia et Cosmografia,” Gallucci, John Paul a learned Italian astronomer

Born: Gellibrand, Henry professor of astronomy at Gresham-college

Died: Genebrard, Gilbert a celebrated Benedictine

“Herbal, or General History of Plants,” Gerarde, John a surgeon and famous herbalist of the time of queen Elizabeth

Born: Gill, Alexander son and successor to his father

“The comical historic of Alphonsus king of Arragon, a play,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Died: Guarino an eminent pastoral poet

Born: Heidanus, Abraham a learned protestant divine

Died: Hesse, William, Prince Of rendered his name immortal by his encouragement of learning

“Progymnasmata.” Hesse, William, Prince Of rendered his name immortal by his encouragement of learning

Died: Lilly, John another dramatic writer

“De Hominis Generatione,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

“Commentarii in Hippoc. Coi Prognostica, Prorrhetica,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Born: Micrelius, John professor of divinity at Stetin

“Ludus latromathematicus,” Monantheuil, Henry De an able mathematical and medical writer

Born: Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“The Trimming of Tho. Nashe, gentleman, by the high tituled patron Don Richardo de Medico Campo, Barber Chirurgeon to Trinity college in Cambridge,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

Born: Opits, Martin in Latin Opitius

Died: Paleotti, Gabriel a learned Italian cardinal

“De Febribus Liber,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Island Voyage,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“Theologiae Christianæ tyrocinia, carmine heroico Græco-Latino in 5 libros digesta,” Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

“Certain Sermons on several places of St. Paul’s Epistles,” Rollock, Robert the first principal of the college of Edinburgh

“Tractatus de vocatione efficaci,” Rollock, Robert the first principal of the college of Edinburgh

“Demonologie,” Scot, Reynolde a learned English gentleman

Born: Sole, Antonio Maria Dal a landscape painter

“The Highway to Heaven, &c. against Bellarmine and others, in a treatise on the 37, 38, and 39 verses of the 7 John,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

Born: Tomasini, James Philip an Italian prelate and biographer

“Charisma, sive Donum Sanationis, seu Explicatio totius qusestionis de mirabilium sanitatum gratia, &c.” Tucker, William a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Born: Twysden, Sir Roger the second baronet of the family

“Song of Solomon, and some of the Psalms,” Vaughan, William a Latin poet and moral writer

Born: Waller, Sir William an eminent parliamentary general

“Syrinx, or a seauenfold Historic, handled with varietie of pleasant and profitable, both comical and tragical argument,” Warner, William an old English poet

“Logica,” Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

1598

Died: Albinus, Peter a historian and poet

“Discorsi sopra Cornelio Tacito,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

Died: Audebert, Germain president in the election

“Chrestoleros; seven bookes of Epigrames,” Bastard, Thomas a clergyman and poet

Died: Beyma, Julius an eminent lawyer

“Sanctarum precationum prsemia,” Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

“L'Urbano,” Boccaccio, John one of the most eminent Italian poets and scholars

“The mechanical principles of Astronomy restored,” Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

“Cruelties of the Spaniards in America,” Brye, Theodore De an eminent engraver

“Descriptio Indise Orientalis et Occidentals,” Brye, Theodore De an eminent engraver

Born: Case, Thomas an eminent nonconformist divine

Born: Colletet, William one of the members of the French academy

Died: Commelin, Jerome a celebrated French printer

Born: Crispe, Sir Nicholas an eminent and loyal citizen in the reigns of king Charles the First

Born: Davenport, Christopher a learned Englishman

Born: Doughty, John an English divine

“Downfalls of Robert of Normandy, Matilda and Gaveston;” Drayton, Michael an English poet

Born: Elsynge, Henry an English gentleman

Died: Fevre, Guy De Sieur De La Boderie Or Giudo Fabricius Boderianus

“De Cauteriis libri quinque,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

Born: Forstner, Christopher an Austrian lawyer

Died: Gerhard, John an eminent German Lutheran divine

“The Scottish Historic of James the Fourthe, si ai ue at Flodden, intermixed with a pleasant comedie,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Œuvres de Chirurgie,” Guillemeau, James one of the most celebrated surgeons of the sixteenth century

“The three last bookes of byting satyrs,” Hall, Joseph a very eminent

“Historia Sacramentaria hoc est, libri quinque Je Ccsnae Dominicae prima institutione, ejusque vero usu & abusu, in primaeva ecclesia necnon de origine, progressu, ceremoniis, & ritibus Missas, Transubstantiationis, & aliorum pene infinitorum errorum, quibus Ccenx prima institutio horribiliter in papatu polluta & profanata est,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

“A treatise of the Sufferings and Victory of Christ in the work of our Redemption, &c. written against certain errors in those points publicly preached in London, 1597,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“The Moral Philosophy of the Stoics,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Every Man in his Humour,” Jonson, Benjamin for so he

“Florilegium,” Langius, Joseph a learned mathematician of the sixteenth century

Born: Lyford, William a pious clergyman of the seventeenth century

Born: Mansard, Francis a very celebrated French architect

Died: Marnix, Philip De seigneur du Mont

“Annals of France,” Masson, Papirius a French historical and miscellaneous writer

“Lectures on Genesis, and the Prophets,” Mercier, John Le a celebrated philologer

Died: Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

Died: Owen, Thomas a learned judge

Died: Paruta, Paul a noble Venetian

Born: Pellegrini, Camillo an Italian historian and antiquary

Born: Petit, Peter a considerable mathematician and philosopher of France

“Pindar,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Died: Powell, David a learned Welsh divine

Died: Preston, Thomas an English dramatic writer

Born: Riccioli, John Baptist a learned Italian astrono^ mer

Died: Rollock, Robert the first principal of the college of Edinburgh

“Notationes in totam s cram Scripturam,” Saa, Emanuel a learned Portuguese Jesuit

“Gallorum doctrina illustrium elogia,” Sainte-Marthe in Latin Sammartbanus

Died: Serranus, Joannes a learned Frenchman

Died: Stapleton, Thomas a celebrated controversialist on the side of the papists

“Orationes Catecheticae,” Stapleton, Thomas a celebrated controversialist on the side of the papists

Died: Stephanus, Henry the second of the name

“An Abridgment of Universal History,” Turselin, Horace a learned and indefatigable Jesuit of Rome

Born: Vandyck, Sir Anthony a most illustrious portraitpainter

“Poemata continent. Encom. Roberti Comitis Essex,” Vaughan, William a Latin poet and moral writer

Born: Vesling, John an able anatomist

Born: Voiture, Vincent once celebrated as an elegant French writer

Born: Wicquefort, Abraham De famous for his embassies and his writings

1599

“El Cardinale,” Albergati, Fabio a native of Bologna

Born: Alcala Y Henares, Alphonso De a Spanish poet of the seventeenth century

“Rime di diversi illustri Poeti,” Asinari, Frederic count de Camerano

“Importance of the doctrine of the Trinity,” Athenagoras an Athenian philosopher

Born: Baillie, Robert an eminent Presbyterian divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Blake, Robert a celebrated English admiral

Born: Bochart, Samuel a learned French Protestant

Born: Bontius, Gerard professor in medicine at the university of Leyden in the latter part of the sixteenth century

“Ada Ecclesiae Mediolanensis,” Borromeo, Charles an eminent Romish saint and cardinal

Born: Borromini, Francis an eminent French architect

Died: Boyle, Richard a celebrated statesman

Born: Burroughes, Jeremiah a puritan divine

Born: Buxtorf, John the son of the preceding

Born: Carteret, Sir George a loyalist in the time of Charles f. of uncommon firmness and bravery

Born: Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Lapis Philosophicus, seu comment, in octo libros phisicorum Arist.” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

“Ancilla philosophise, seu Epit. in 8 lib. Arist.” Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

Born: Clarke, Samuel a very industrious and useful writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Cromwell, Oliver protector of the commonwealth of England

Born: Desmares, Toussaint priest of the oratory

“A briefe discourse,” Digges, Thomas only son of the preceding Leonard Digges

Died: Drusius, John a learned protestant and eminent critic

Died: Epo, Boetius a celebrated lawyer

Born: Eyckens called the Olp

Born: Fleming, Patrick an Irish Roman ecclesiastic and writer

“Kxplanation of the Magic Oracles of Zoroaster,” Gemistus, George an eminent Greek philosopher

Born: Gomberville, Marin Le Roi Sieurde

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

“Adversaria” Heraldus, Desiderius French

“Of the Church and Ministry of England, written in two treatises against the reasons and objections of Mr. Francis Johnson,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“Philobiblion R. Dunelmensis,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Les Proverbes de Salomon; escrites en diverses sortes de lettres, par Esther Anglois, en Francoise. A Lislehourge en Escosse,” Inglis, Hester a lady celebrated for her skill in calligraphy

Born: Malvezzi, Virgil commonly called the marquis Malvezzi

Born: Marets, Samuel Des a celebrated divine of the reformed church

“The Scourge of Villainy,'” Marston, John an English dramatic author

“Urbi$ Romae delineatio & methodica ex variis authoribus descriptio,” Merula, Paul a very learned Hollander

Born: Miel, Jan a celebrated Flemish painter of history

Died: Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

Born: Olearius, Adam a learned traveller

“A most easy way for the delineation of plain Sun-dials, only by Geometry,” Oughtred, William an English divine

Died: Pancirolus, Guy the son of Albert Pancirolus

“Rerum Memorabiliuui jam olim deperditarum, et contra recens atque ingeniose inventarum,” Pancirolus, Guy the son of Albert Pancirolus

“Discorsi Politici,” Paruta, Paul a noble Venetian

Born: Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

“King David and Fair Bethsabe,” Peele, George an English poet

“Antiqui Rhetores Latini, Rutilius Lupus, Aquila Romanus, Julius Rufinianus, Curius Fortunatianus, MariusVictorinus,” Pithou, Francis advocate to the parliament of Paris

Born: Reynolds, Dward an English prelate of great eminence and talents

Died: Scot, Reynolde a learned English gentleman

“The Life and De^th of Thomas Wolsey, cardinal: divided into three pans: his aspiring; triumph; and death,” Storer, Thomas a poet of the Elizabethan period

Died: Sully, Maximilian De Bethune, Duke Of one of the most able and honest ministers that France ever had

Died: Taliacotius, Gaspar professor of medicine and anatomy in the university of Bologna

Born: Tuckney, Anthony a learned divine

Died: Turselin, Horace a learned and indefatigable Jesuit of Rome

“Vita di Carlo Magno,” Ubaldini, Petruccio an illuminator on vellum