Events noted in 1600

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1600

Born: Aitzema, Leo D' a gentleman of Frizeland

“Dicta de Lapide philosophico,” Alanus De Insulis surnamed the Universal Doctor

Born: Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

Died: Alberti, Solomon the pupil of Jerome Fabricius at Padua

“Caii, veteris jurisconsulti, institutionum fragmenta cum commentario,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

Born: Alesio, Matthew Perez D' born at Rome (?–1600)

Born: Alix, Peter a French writer of considerable spirit

Died: Amalthei, Cornelius the youngest of the Amalthei

“Istorie Florentine dopo la fondatione di Fierenze insino all' anno 1574,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

Died: Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“Chronicon, sive Annales Schireuses,” Aventin, John author of the Annals ofBavaria

“Institutionum Moralium, tomi tres,” Azorius, John a learned Jesuit of the sixteenth century

Born: Bangius, Thomas doctor and professor of divinity in the university of Copenhagen

Died: Baro, Peter a learned divine

Born: Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Born: Berthauld, Peter a French historian

“Opus fastorum antiquitatis Romanae,” Beuther, Michael a learned German writer

“Chorographie, ou Description de la TerreSainte,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

Born: Birckbek, Simon an English divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Blanchard, James an eminent painter

Born: Bridge, William one of the most eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

Born: Brinsley, John a non-conformist divine

“Hist, chronologique da dernier siecle, e.” Buffier, Claude a learned metaphysician

Born: Calamy, Edmund an eminent nonconformist divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Caletti, Joseph called IL Cremonese

Born: Cano, Alfonso a Spanish artist

“Delicia) Poetarum Italorum,” Capilupi, Lelio of Mantua

Died: Case, John a physician and philosopher of Oxford

Born: Cerquozzi, Michael Angelo an eminent painter

Died: Chytræus, David whose family name was Kochhafe

Born: Claude, Lorraine properly Claude Gele'I;

“Geneve Plagiaire,” Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

Born: Crisp, Tobias a puritan writer of considerable eminence

Born: Crispus, Anthony a divine and physician

“Observations on the five first books of Caesar’s Commentaries of the civil wars,” Edmondes, Clement son to sir Thomas Edmondes

“Observations on the sixth and seventh books of Caesar’s Commentaries,” Edmondes, Clement son to sir Thomas Edmondes

“Histories memorabiles Genesis per Esteram Inglis Gallam,” English, Hester a French woman by extraction

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

“Periciihim Medicum, seu Juvenilium Faeturae priores,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

“De Visione, Voce, et Auditu,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Faret, Nicholas a French wit and poet

“A Treatise of Faith,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Rerum Germanic-arum scriptores,” Freher, Marquard a German

“An historical collection of the continual factions, tumults, and massacres -of the Romans before the peaceable empire of Augustus Caesar,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“A direction or preparative to the study of the Law,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

Born: Geree, John an English divine of the puritan cast

Died: Glanvil, Sir John younger son of John Glanvil of Tavistock in Devonshire

Born: Gomersal, Robert a divine and poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Goodwin, Thomas a famous nonconformist of the independent class

Born: Grasswinkel, Theodore a learned lawyer

Born: Guiran, Galliard a French antiquary

“Leo’s Geographical History of Africa,” Hakluyt, Richard an eminent naval historian

Died: Heerbrand, James a German divine

“Silius Italicus,” Heinsius, Daniel a celebrated scholar and critic

Born: Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

Died: Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

“Concerning those who walk in their sleep.” Horsti Us, James an eminent physician

“Defence of a treatise touching the Sufferings and Victory of Christ in the work of our Redemption,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrigiensis,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Grammaticae Latinae, Graccae, & Hebraicse, compendium, cum radicibus,” Knolles, Richard author of an excellent History of the Turks

Born: Lawes, Henry an English musician

Born: Leo De St. John a French monk

Born: Machault a Jesuit also

“De fide,” Maldonat, John a very learned Spanish Jesuit

Born: Marolles, Michel De an industrious French translator

Born: Moulin, Peter Du son of the preceding

“Summer’s Last Will and Testament,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

Born: Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Nicole, John father of the celebrated Peter Nicole

Died: Nicot, John a learned Frenchman

Born: Ogilby, John a very industrious adventurer in literary speculations

Born: Palafox, John De natural son of James de Palafox (16001659)

Died: Paul De Vincent, St. a worthy ecclesiastic of the Romish church

“Onosandri Strategicus,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Born: Prynne, William an English lawyer

Born: Puy-Segur, James De Chastenet, Lord Of lieutenant-general under Louis XIII. and XIV. was of a noble family in Armagnac

Died: Sanchez, Francis an eminent classical scholar of the sixteenth century

Born: Sanson, Nicolas a celebrated French geographer

“Epistolse,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

“Deipnosophists,” Scrimzeor, Henry one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

Born: Sedgwick, Odadiah a nonconformist divine

“A Discourse ok Life and Death, written in French by Phiiip Mornay, done into English by the countess of Pembroke, dated May 13, 1590, Wilton:” Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

Died: Smith, Henry an English divine of popular fame in the sixteenth century

Born: Spanheim, Frederic professor of divinity at Leyden

“De vera Christi Ecclesia,” Sutcliffe, Matthew an English divine of considerable abilities in controversy

“Historia de la orden di S. Geronimo,” Tibaldi otherwise Pellegrino

“On St. Luke,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Died: Ursinus, Fulvius an eminent classical scholar and antiquary

“A collection of learned Discourses,” Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

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

Died: Verdier, Antony, Seigneur De Vauprivas a very useful biographer and bibliographer

Born: Walton, Brian a learned English bishop

1601

“Difesa per riparare alia sommersione del Polesine,” Aleotti, John Baptist an Italian architect

Died: Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Rime,” Andreini, Isabella wife to the preceding

Born: Arnway, John descended of a good family in the county of Salop

Died: Ayrault, Peter in Latin Ærodius

Born: Beaune, Florimond De theson of Florimond de Beaune

“Le Cabinet de Minerve, &c.” Beroalde De Verville, Francis son to the preceding

Born: Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

“Discours de la ville de Rome, principales antiquitez & singularitez d'icelle,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

Born: Booker, John one of those impostors who amused the public in the seventeenth century

“Several Treatises of Worship and Ceremonies,” Bradshaw, William an eminent puritan divine

Died: Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

Born: Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“Speculum Artis Medicae Hippocraticae, exhibens dignoscendos curandosque morbos, in quo multa visuntur, quae a prjcclarissimis medicis intacta relicta erant,” Caesalpinus, Andrew an eminent botanist and physician

Died: Camden, William one of the most eminent English antiquaries

“Antiqute lectiones,” Canisius, Henry the nephew of Peter Canisius

“Gregorii Nysseni Epistola ad Eustathiam, Ambrosiam, & Basilissam, Gr. & Lat.” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“De cecumenico pontifice” Chamier, Daniel an eminent French protestant divine

“Vita D. Chytraei memoriae posteritatis orationibus et carminibus consecrata,” Chytræus, David whose family name was Kochhafe

Died: Ciaconius, Alphonsus a Spanish author of considerable celebrity

Born: Compton, Spencer only son of William

“Disquisitiones Magicae,” Delrio, Martin Antony a very learned Jesuit

“Humble motives for association to maintain the religion established,” Digges, Thomas only son of the preceding Leonard Digges

Born: Earle, John successively bishop of Worcester and Salisbury

“Rariorum Piantarurn Historia,” Ecluse, Charles in Latin Clusius

Born: Eudes, John brother of the celebrated historian Mezerai

“Tractatus de Oculo, visusque Orgauo,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Died: Fauchet, Claude a French antiquary of great fame

Born: Gaffarell, James a learned Rabbinical writer

“Recherches sur la nature et la guerison du Cancer,” Gendron, Claude Deshais a celebrated doctor of physic of the faculty at Montpellier

“Treatise concerning the Trinity,” Gill, Alexander head master of St

Born: Goar, James a learned French Dominican

Died: Goodman, Christopher a noted puritan

Died: Grant, Edward a man of eminent learning in the sixteenth century

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

“Adamus Exul,” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

Died: Heurnius, John a celebrated physician

Died: Hooker, John, an English historian

“Scriptores.” Ingulphus abbot of Croyland

“Origines,” Isidore, Sr. of Seville

Born: Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Died: Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

Born: Launoi, John De a very learned man and voluminous writer

Died: Lyserus, Polycarp a learned Protestant theologian

Born: Maignan, Emanuel a religious minim

Born: Mellan, Claude a French engraver and designer

“Nicolai Monardi Libri tres, magna Medicinae secreta et varia Experimenta continentes,” Monardes, Nicholas a Spanish physician

Born: Oliver, Peter son and disciple of the preceding

“Hortus publi-, cus Academiae Lugduno-Batavae, ejus Ichnographia, descriptio, usus, &c.” Paaw, Peter a physician and anatomist

“Aristotelis de Ccelo libri quatuor,” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

Born: Palmer, Herbert a learned and pious divine

Born: Patin, Guy a French physician

Born: Philips, Fabian author of several books relating to ancient customs and privileges in England

Died: Pinelli, John Vincent an Italian nobleman

Born: Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

“A Letter concerning the News out of Ireland, and of the Spaniards landing, and the present state there,” Rider, John an Irish prelate

Born: Sacchi, Andrea an illustrious Italian painter

Born: Senault, John Francis an eloquent French divine

Died: Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

Died: Strein, Richard baron de Schwarrenaw

“La­<Tiinx in funere Ab. Ortelii, cum Ortelii vita,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

Born: Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

“On Polygraphy,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

“Odes; in imitation of the seven penitential Psalmes. With sundry other poems and ditties, tending to devotion and pietie,” Verstegan, Richard principally known as an antiquary

“Physica,” Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

1602

Born: Aelst, Evert a Dutch painter

Born: Agreda, Maria D' a singular impostor and enthusiast

“Genealogical tables of the house of Saxony,” Albinus, Peter a historian and poet

“Dissertatio iatromathematica,” Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Liber Pontincalis” Anastasius Bibliothecarius so called because he was librarian of the church of Rome

Born: Arrowsmith, John an English divine and writer

“Topographia Hibernioe,” Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

“Historia Vaticinalis, de expugnatione Hiberniae,” Barry, Girald usually called Giraldus Cambren­sis

“Salmacis and Hermaphroditus” Beaumont, Francis third son of Francis

Born: Bellenden, William more generally known by his Latin name of Gulielmus Belendenus

“Oeuvres poetiques” Bertaut, John first chaplain to queen Catherine de Medicis

“De dignitate re gum Hispania?,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

Born: Billi, Jacques De a Jesuit

Born: Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

“William of Wainflete,” Budden, John a civilian of Oxford

Died: Caracci, Lewis, Augustine, And Hannibal were celebrated painters of the Lombard school

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

Born: Caryl, Joseph author of the well-known “Commentary on Job

Born: Champagne, Philip De a celebrated painter

Died: Cheyne, James professor of philosophy

Born: Chillingworth, William a divine of the church of England

Born: Codrington, Robert a miscellaneous writer and translator of the seventeenth century

“Corona Anni, hoc est, explicatio Evangeliorum et Epistolarum quae diebus dominicis et festis in ecclesia proponuntur; e Tubingeiisium, et aliorum Theologorum eonckmibus, conscripta,” Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

“Mirum in modo; a glimpse of God’s glory, and the soul’s shape,” Davis, John of Hereford

Born: Des Barreaux, James Vallee, Lord a French nobleman

“A complete Parson, or a description of advowsons and church livings, delivered in several readings, in an inn of chancery called the New Inn,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Born: Egmont, Justus Van a painter

Died: Facini, Peter a painter of history

“Oxoniensis in Anglia Academiae Descriptio,” Fitzherbert, Nicholas grandson also to sir Anthony Fitzherbert

“Rerum Bohemicarum scriptores,” Freher, Marquard a German

“The Pandects of the Laws of Nations; or the discourses of the matters in law, wherein the nations of the world do agree,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“De bonis Maternis et Secundis nuptiis.” Gentilis, Scipio brother of Alberic Gentilis

Born: Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

Born: Guericke, Otto counsellor to the elector of Brandenbourg

Died: Hutter, Elias a Protestant divine

Born: Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

Died: Junius professor of divinity at Leyden

Died: Junius, Francis son of the preceding

Born: Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Lightfoot, John a learned English divine

Born: Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Born: Marmion, Shakerley a dramatic writer

Born: Marsham, Sir John a very learned English writer

Born: Maynard, Sir John a learned English lawyer

Born: Mazarin, Julius cardinal

“Medicina Practica, seu, de cognoscendis, discernendis, et curandis omnibus humani corporis affectibus,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Born: Moine, Peter Le a French poet

“Theatrum Chemicum,” Moufet, Thomas a physician and naturalist of the sixteenth century

“The Return from Parnassus,” Nash, Thomas a dramatic poet and satirist of queen Elizabeth’s reign

“LaChroniquede Savoie,” Paradin, William a French historian

Died: Perkins, William a learned and pious divine

Died: Peucer, Gaspard a celebrated physician and mathematician

“Praxeos Medicae Tomi tres,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Euripides,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Priolo, Benjamin in Latin Priolus

Born: Quillet, Claudius an ingenious French writer

Born: Roberval, Giles-Personne an eminent French mathematician

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

“Method! vitandorum errorum omnium, qui in Arte Medica contingunt, libri quindecim,” Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“Poetical Rapsody,” Sidney, Mary countess of Pembroke

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

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

“Narrationes Histories in Deorum Dearumque capita, ab Ortelio vulgata,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

“De lingua Latina dissertatio,” Taubman, Frederic an eminent German critic

“On St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Born: Tozer, Henry a learned divine who deserves to be recorded as a rare specimen of a doctrinal puritan

“Reruin Augustanarum Vindelicarum Libri Octo, quibus a prima Rhaetorum ac Vindelicorum origine ad annum usque 552 a Nato Christo nobilissimae gentis Historia et Antiquitates traduntur; ac antiqua monumenta, tarn quae Augusta?, quam quae in agro Augustano, quia et quae alibi extant ad res Augustanas spectantia sere incisa et notis illustrata exhibentur.” Velserus, Marcus a learned civilian

“Historiarum Britannise insulae ab origine mundi ad ann. Dom. octingentesimum, libri noveui,” White, Richard an English historian (1540–?)

Died: Whitgift, John archbishop of Canterbury in the reigns of queen Elizabeth and king James

“Speculum Roman. Pontificum Historicum,” Zegedin, Stephen De an eminent Lutheran divine

1603

“Antichristi demonstratio, contra fabulas Pontificias, et ineptam Rob. Bellarmini de Antichristo disputationem,” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

Born: Abelli, Louis was born in the Vexin Francois

“Artemidorus on Dreams and Chiromancy,” Achmet an Arabian author

“Commentarius in Constitutiones Siciliae et Neapolis,” Afflitto, Matthew an eminent lawyer

“Darius,” Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

“Politica methodice digesta,” Althusen, John a German Protestant lawyer

“De Imperio Romano,” Andlo, Peter D' a lawyer and professor at Basil

“Industrie ad curandos animae morhos,” Aquaviva, Claudius son to John Jerome

Died: Azorius, John a learned Jesuit of the sixteenth century

Born: Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Oratio in Plinii Panegyricum,” Baudius, Dominic professor of history in the university of Leyden

Died: Beaton, James another nephew of the preceding

Born: Bloemart, Cornelius the youngest son of Abraham

“Epistolse” Bonciarius, Mark Anthony a distinguished Latin scholar and poet

“Consciones Funebres,” Brandmuller, John the eldest of a family who have made some figure in Swisserland

“Iconum sacraruni decas, in qua e subjectis Typis compluscula sanae doctrinse capita eruuntur,” Brett, Richard a learned English divine

“Chronicon Abbatum regalis monast S. Germani a Pratis,” Breulius, James a French antiquary

Died: Caesalpinus, Andrew an eminent botanist and physician

“Heroici characteres, ad illustriss. equitem Henricum Nevillum,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Castillo Y Saavedra, Antonio Del a Spanish painter

Died: Charron, Peter was born at Paris in 1541

Born: Cocceius, John was a famous Hebrew professor at Bremen

Born: Conrart, Valentin secretary of the French king’s council

Born: Costar, Peter a bachelor of the Sorbonne

Born: Croft, Herbert an eminent prelate

“Microcosmus, or the Discovery of the Little World,” Davis, John of Hereford

“Wonderful Year,” Decker, Thomas a dramatic writer of very little value

Born: Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“A treatise concerning Antichrist, in two books,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

“Historia martyrum Gorcomensium majori numero fratrum minorum,” Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

“De Locutione, et ejus Instru mentis,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Died: Fenton, Edward an English navigator in the reign of Elizabeth

Born: Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

Died: Gilbert, William a learned physician

Born: Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

“Crymogeea, seu rerum Islandicarum libri tres, ibid. 1630,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

“In Galeni librum de ossibus doctissima et expertissima Commentaria,” Ingrassias, Jon Philip an eminent physician and medical writer

Born: Livingston, John a rigid but pious presbyter of the church of Scotland

“Treatise of the Plague, containing the nature, signs, and accidents of the same,” Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

Born: Maistre, Antoine Le

“Atropoion Delion or the death of Delia, with the tears of her funeral. A poetical Discourse of our late Elizabeth,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Born: Nuzzi, Mario commonly known by the name of Mario da* Fiori

“Dictionarium sacra? scripturee,” Ofihely, Maurice archbishop of Tuam

“An Answer to O. E. whether Papists or Protestants be true Catholics,” Parsons, Robert in both which ways he wrote his name

Born: Paulli, Simon a Danish professor and physician

“Commentaries on Aristotle,” Piccolomini, Francis a learned man of the same family

“Dictionarium Doricum Grseco-Latinum,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

Born: Scuderi, George De a French writer of eminence in his day

Died: Stenwyck, Henry called The Old

Born: Style, William a law-writer

“De Missa, adversus Bellarminurn,” Sutcliffe, Matthew an English divine of considerable abilities in controversy

Born: Thysius, Antony a celebrated Dutch philologer

Born: Tombes, John one of the most learned Baptist divines of the seventeenth century

“Vita et obitus Danielis Tossani,” Tossanus, Daniel a learned protestant divine

“De predictionibus Usserii.” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Born: Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

Died: Vieta, Francis a very celebrated French mathematician

1604

“The reasons which Dr. Hill hath brought for the upholding of Papistry, unmasked and shewed to be very weak, &c.” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

Died: Adriani, Marcel sonof the preceding

“The golden chain of Salvation,” Allibond, Peter father of the preceding

Died: Andreini, Isabella wife to the preceding

Born: Andrew, Tobias professor of history and Greek at Groningen

“De veva Pctnitentia,” Argall, John an English writer

Born: Assouci, Charles Coypeau, Sieur D' called the Ape of Scarron

“DisputationUm Miscellanearum de variis Juris Givilis materiis, Jiber unus,” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

Born: Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“the grandeur of Mexico,” Balbuena, Bernard De a Spanish poet

Died: Bayly, Thomas the fourth and youngest son of bishop Bayly

“Elogia virorurn Florentinorum,” Bocchi, Francis one of the most voluminous writers of Florence

Born: Boot, Gerard of a noble family

Born: Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

“Thesaurus Criticus,” Cagnati, Marsilius of Verona

“Astrologimania or, the Madness of Astrologers or, an Examination of sir Christopher Heydon’s book entitled ' A Defence of judicial Astrology 1” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“Translation of Seneca,” Chalvet, Matthew De in Latin Calventius

“Orations of St. Basil of Seleucia,” Dausque, Claudius a learned Jesuit

“The Christian’s Sanctuary,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

“Lectures upon the Fifteenth Psalm,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Born: Eliot, John known by the title of the Apostle of the North American Indians

Born: Ent, George a very ingenious physician

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

“Opeca Anatomica, quan continent de formato Fretu, de formation* Ovi et Pulli, de Locutione et ejus Instruments, de Brutorum loquela,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Filmer, Sir Robert son of sir Edward Filmer

“De Monachatu Sancti Gregorii,” Gallonius, Anthony a native of Rome

Died: Gifanius, Hubertus a learned critic and civilian

“Paraeneticorum veterum pars prima,” Goldast, Melchior Haiminsfeld a laborious writer in civil law and history

“Asia, sive historia universalis Asiaticarum gentium, &c.” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

Born: Grandin, Martin a learned French divine

Born: Haberkorn, Peter a learned Lutheran divine

Died: Hall, Richard a Roman catholic writer

Died: Hanmer, Meredith an English divine of a very mixed character

Born: Hedelin, Francis at first an advocate

“A Position against vain-glorious> and that which is falsely called learned preactiing,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

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

“The Anthologia, with a Latin version,” Lubin, Eilhard one of the most learned protestants of his time

Born: Mairet, John a French poet of later times

“Malecontent,” Marston, John an English dramatic author

Born: Mayne, Jasper an English poet and divine

Born: Menasseh, Ben Israel a celebrated rabbi

“A pleasant new History: or a Fragrant Posie made of three flowers: Rose, Rosalynd, and Rosemary,” Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

Born: Pagan, Blaise Francis Count De an eminent French mathematician

Born: Patru, Oliver a polite scholar

Died: Piccolomini, Francis a learned man of the same family

Died: Pighius, Stephen Vinand nephew to the preceding

“De Peregrinatione,” Pits, John an English biographer

Born: Pocock, Edward a learned English divine

“Syntagma hortationum ad Jacobuui Regem Anglise,” Renniger, Michael or

“Brevis excursus in Battologiam Quercetani, quo Alchemias principia funditus diruuntur, et Artis veritas demonstratur,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Sarasin, John Francis a French miscellaneous author

Born: Savage, Henry an English divine

Died: Socinus, Faustus nephew of the preceding

“Of the Fabrick of the Church and Church-men’s Living,” Tucker, William a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Vos, Martin De a Flemish painter of the sixteenth century

“Thesaurus Ecclesise,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)

1605

“Exemption of the regular Orders,” Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

“Discorsi delle famiglie Paladina et PAntoglietta,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Introductio ad artem Dialecticam,” Argall, John an English writer

Died: Bailli, Roche De known also by the name of La Riviere

Died: Baius, Michael was born at Melun

Born: Bausch, John Laurence was born at Schweinfurt

Died: Belloi, Peter advocate general of the parliament of Toulouse

“Historia Luxemburgensis, seu Commentarius quo ducum Luxemburgensium ortus, progressus ac res gestæ accurate describuntur,” Bertel, John in Latin Bertelius

Died: Beza, Theodore one of the chief promoters of the Reformation

“Traite sommaire de Pelection des papes,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

“S. Bonifacii Opera, a Nicolao Serrario,” Boniface, St. a celebrated saint of the eighth century

Born: Bosquet, Francis bishop of Lodeve

“Consilia medica,” Bottoni, Albertino a physician

“La Croce Racquistata,” Bracciolini, Francis an Italian poet of some celebrity

“English Puritanism, containing the main opinions of the rigidestsort of those that went by that name in the realm of England,” Bradshaw, William an eminent puritan divine

“Les Pastes de Paris,” Breulius, James a French antiquary

Born: Browne, Sir Thomas an eminent physician and antiquary

“An Eclog treating of crownes, and of garlandes, and to whom of right they appertaine. Addressed and consecrated to the king’s majestie,” Buc, George a learned antiquary

Born: Bullialdus, Ismael a celebrated astronomer and scholar

“Opus Chronologicum” Calvisius, Sethus a learned German chronologist

“Remaines of a greater work concerning Britain, the inhabitants thereof, their language, names, surnames, empresses, wise speeches, poesies, and epitaphs,” Camden, William one of the most eminent English antiquaries

“La Ninnetta,” Caporali, Caesar an Italian poet and governor of Atri in the kingdom of Naples

Born: Cawton, Thomas a puritan clergyman of the church of England

“Gryphus de Ternario numero.” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

Born: Combefis, Francis a learned Dominican

Died: Constantin, Robert doctor of physic

“A way of reconciliation of a good and learned man, touching the true nature and substance of the body and blood of Christ in the Sacrament.” Cooke, Elizabeth third daughter of sir Anthony Cooke

Born: Coulon, Lewis a French historian

“The Interpreter,” Cowell, Dr. John a learned and eminent civilian

“The Queen’s Arcadia,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

Born: Davenant, Sir William a poet and dramatic writer of considerable note

Born: Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Born: Dugard, William an eminent school-master and learned man

Born: Dugdale, Sir William an eminent English antiquary and historian

“Exoticorum Libri decem,” Ecluse, Charles in Latin Clusius

“Uroscopia, seu de Urinis Tractatus,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

Born: Ford, Sir John an ingenious gentleman of the seventeenth century

“De re monetaria veterum Romanorum, &c.” Freher, Marquard a German

Born: Galeano, Joseph a physician of great repute at Palermo; and not for skill and learning in his profession only

Died: Gallonius, Anthony a native of Rome

“Ccelestium corporum et rerum ab ipsis pendentium Explicatio,” Gallucci, John Paul a learned Italian astronomer

Born: Gauden, John an English prelate

“Genealogia serenissimorum Bojariae ducum, etquorundam genuinas effigies a Wolfgango Kiliano seri eleganter incisae,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

Born: Godeau, Anthony a learned French bishop and writer

“Scriptores aliquot rerum Suevlearum,” Goldast, Melchior Haiminsfeld a laborious writer in civil law and history

Born: Gouge, Thomas son of the preceding

Born: Haak, Theodore who is said to have first suggested the weekly meetings of the royal society

Born: Hammond, Dr. Henry a learned English divine

“Catalogus Librorum in Bibliotheca Bodleiana,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Pastorals” Jungerman, Godfrey a native of Leipsic

“Account of a new Star in Sagittarius,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Killigrew, William descended from this family

Born: Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

“Disputationum Medicina* lium,” Lid Del, Duncan professor of mathematics

“Nonni Dionysiaca,” Lubin, Eilhard one of the most learned protestants of his time

“Apologeticus quo Alb. Graw. calumniis respondetur, &c.” Lubin, Eilhard one of the most learned protestants of his time

“Tractatus de variis annorum formis,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“Novum Testamentum,” Marlorat, Augustine an eminent protestant divine of the sixteenth century

“Cosmographiae generalis libri tres. Item geographies particularis libri quatuor, quibus Europa in genere, speciatim Hispania, Galiia, Italia describuntur, cum tabuiis geographicis,” Merula, Paul a very learned Hollander

“Conimentarii in triginta priores Psalmos,” Montanus, Benedict Arias a very learned Spaniard

“Apologia Catholica,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

“An exact Discovery of Romish Doctrine in the case of Conspiracy and Rebellion or Romish Positions and Practices,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

“De usu fructuque Bibliothecae Ambrosianae,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

Born: Randolph, Thomas an English poet

“Parva logica,” Resenjus, John Paul a learned Danish divine

“Comparatio veteris Medictate cum nova, Hippocraticae in Hermetica, Dogrnaticae cum Spargyrica,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Ryer, Peter historiographer to the king

Died: Stow, John a valuable historian and antiquary

Born: Tavernier, John Baptist a Frenchman

“Grammatici veteres,” Terentianus, Maurus was a Latin poet and grammarian

Died: Van Mander, Charles another eminent artist

“Lives of the Painters.” Van Mander, Charles another eminent artist

Born: Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

Died: Vaugelas, Claude Favre De an elegant French writer

“Restitution of decayed Antiquities,” Verstegan, Richard principally known as an antiquary

Born: Whitelocke, Bulstrode son of the preceding

“An answer to a popish pamphlet, &c. entitled ‘Certain Articles,’ &c.” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

1606

“Defence of the reformed Catholic of Mr. W. Perkins, against the bastard counter-Catholic of Dr. William Bishop, seminary priest,” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“Psalms and Canticles,” Agelius, Anthony a native of Sorrento

“Origen de la lengua Castellana,” Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

Died: Amboise, James D' a brother of the preceding Francis and Adrian

Born: Amelotte, Denis a celebrated French writer

“Some sermons.” Anastasius called the Sinaite

Died: Barclay, William a learned and eminent Civilian

Died: Barclay, John son of the preceding

“The Gun-powder Treason, with a discourse of the manner of its discovery, &c.” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“Parsenesis ad RempublicamVenetam,” Baronius, Cæsar an eminent ecclesiastical writer

Born: Barrelier, James was born at Paris in 1606 and after having gone through a course of study (16061673)

“Maestro di campo generate,” Basta, George an able military commander

Born: Benning, John Bodecher was born in the village of Loosdrecht

“Collection of the Councils,” Bini, Severin in Latin Binius

“Jacobi I. Magnse Britanniae inauguratio,” Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

“Annotationes in poemata Quiuti Horatii,” Bond, John a celebrated commentator and grammarian

Died: Boscoli, Andrea an historical painter

Born: Boulanger, John an engraver

Born: Brucker, John James the learned author of the “History of Philosophy

Born: Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

“Chronologic septennaire,” Caiet, Peter Victor Palma was born in 1525 at Montrichard in Touraine

Died: Calignon, Soffrey De a native of Saint Jean

Born: Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Died: Calvi, Lazzaro an artist

Born: Caramuel De Lobkqvitsh, John a Cistercian monk

“Tithes examined, and proved to be due to the Clergy by a Divine Right,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Castell, Edmund a divine of the seventeenth century

Died: Chopin, Rene an eminent lawyer

Born: Conringius, Hermannus one of the eminent publicists of Germany

“Varies Lectiones,” Contarini, Vincent a professor of eloquence at Padua

Born: Corneille, Peter one of the most celebrated French poets

Died: Coryate, George a Latin poet of some note in his day

“Velificatio, seu theoremata de anno ortds ac mortis Domini; cum tabula chronographica, a capta per Pompeium lerosolyma, ad deletam a Tito xirbem;” Decker, John a pious and learned Jesuit

Died: Desportes, Philip a poet to whom much of the improvement of the French language is attributed

“A plain and familiar Exposition of the Ten Commandments,” Dod, John usually styled the Decalogist

“A plain and familiar Exposition” Dod, John usually styled the Decalogist

Born: Downing, Calybute an English divine

Born: Duport, James a learned Greek scholar

Born: Everdingen, Cæsar Van a painter of histories

Born: Fabri, Honore' an industrious and learned Jesuit

“A Treatise on the sacred Authority of Bishops,” Filesac, John was a native of Paris

“Treatise concerning Polity and Religion,” Fitzherbert, Thomas grandson of sir Anthony

Died: Fresnaye, John Vauquelin De La an early poet of France

“Bruxella cum suo comitatu,” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

“Arscotum Ducatus cum suis Baronatibus,” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

“Thenae et Brabantise ultra Velpem, quse olim Hasbaniae pars,” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

Born: Grimaldi, John Francis called Bolognese

Born: Gualdo Priorato, Galeasso an Italian historian

Born: Jacob, Henry son of the preceding

“Caesar’s Commentaries,” Jungerman, Godfrey a native of Leipsic

“Six Bookes of a Common-wealthe,” Knolles, Richard author of an excellent History of the Turks

Born: Kuyp, Albert a very original artist

“Consultatio Parisini cujusdam,” Leschassier, James an able lawyer

Born: Lippi, Fra. Filippo an eminent historical painter

Died: Lipsius, Justus a very learned critic

Born: Masentus, James a Jesuit

Died: Melvil, Sir James a statesman and historian

Died: Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

Died: Monantheuil, Henry De an able mathematical and medical writer

“A full Satisfaction concerning a double Romish Iniquitie, hainous Rebellion, and more than heathenish Æquivocation containing three parts. The two former belong to the Reply upon the Moderate Answer: the first for confirmation of the discovery in these two points, treason and equivocation; the second is a justification of protestants touching the same points. The third part is a large discourse confuting the reasons and grounds of other priests, both in the case of rebellion and ^equivocation: published by authoritie,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

“Tresor de la langue Fran* gaise tant ancienne que moderne,” Nicot, John a learned Frenchman

“Doctrina Peripatetica tomi tres,” Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

“Recueil des poesies, Francoises et Latines,” Passerat, John a celebrated professor of eloquence in the royal college at Paris

Born: Perrot, Nicolas sieur d'Ablancourt

Died: Putschius, Elias born at Antwerp

Died: Rauwolf, Leonard a skilful botanist

Born: Rembrandt, Van Ryn an eminent painter and engraver

Died: Rhodoman, Laurence a learned German

Died: Riolan, John an able French physician

“Censura demonstrations Harveti pro veritate Alchymiae,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Sandrart, Joachim a German painter

Born: Somner, William an eminent English antiquary

“Benedictine Order,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

Died: Valerio, Augustine a learned prelate

Born: Vignier, Jerome grandson of the preceding historian

“A defence of Mr. Perkins’ booke called A Reformed Catholike, &c.” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

“De Anima,” Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

1607

“the first fancies of his youth;” Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

Died: Allori, Alexander called Bronzing

“Clarorum Catalogus Hispaniae Scriptorum,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

“Lettere,” Andreini, Isabella wife to the preceding

Born: Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

Died: Aviano, Jerome an Italian poet

Born: Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Basier, Isaac a learned divine of the seventeenth century

Died: Basta, George an able military commander

Died: Bertel, John in Latin Bertelius

“Answers upon sundry examinations whilst he was a prisoner,” Blackwell, George a learned English writer of the church of Rome

“L‘Histoire des Guerres de Piemont, depuis 1550 jusqu’en 1561;” Boivin, Francis De baron of Villars

“Filli di Sciro,” Bonarelli, Guy Ubaldo was born December 25

“De modo discurrendi circa morbos eosdem curandi tractatus,” Bottoni, Albertino a physician

Born: Brun, Lawrence Le a French Jesuit

“Archbishop Morton,” Budden, John a civilian of Oxford

Born: Bussieres, John De a French Jesuit

“De Libertate Ecclesiastica Liber,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“Inscriptio vetus dedicationem fundi continens, ab Herode rege facta, cum notis.” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

Died: Casman, Otto a German divine

“Lexicon medicum Groeco-Latinum,” Castellus, Bartholomew an Italian physician

Died: Chalvet, Matthew De in Latin Calventius

“Pharmacopoeia Dogmaticorum restituta, pretiosis, selectisque Hermeticorum Floribus illustrata,” Chesne, Joseph Du called also Quercetanus

“Notae in Senecse libellum de tranquillitate animi,” Chokier, John Ernest De the brother of Erasmus de Surlet

Born: Clagett, Nicholas

Died: Crusius, Martin a learned German scholar and antiquary

“The differences of the ages of man’s life, together with the original causes, progress, and end thereof,” Cuff, Henry a celebrated wit and scholar

Died: Dakins, William one of the translators of the Bible

Born: Dandini, Vincent brother to the preceding

“Bishop Gibson has stated the charge against this gentleman more mildly, in his Life of Camden, prefixed to the English translation of his Britannia.” Dewailly, Charles an eminent French architect

Born: Diepenbeck, Abraham Van an artist

“Poemata,” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

Born: Edmondson, Henry a learned schoolmaster

“De Origine Romanorum,” Ferrari, Octavian an Italian author

Born: Ferrari, Octavius of the same family with the famer

Died: Fontana, Domenick an eminent Italian architect

Died: Gerarde, John a surgeon and famous herbalist of the time of queen Elizabeth

Born: Grew, Obadiah a worthy parish priest

Born: Hackspan, Theodore a Lutheran divine

Born: Hollar, Wentzel a most admired engraver

“Concordia Discors,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Born: Joly, Claude a French writer

“Concordantia veteris Testamenti Graecae, Ebrseis vocibus respondentes srote/xfnrfw. Simul enim et Lexicon Efyraico-latinum,” Kircher, Conrad a German Protestant divine

Born: Labbe, Philip a celebrated Jesuit

“Platonicorum aliquot, qui etiamnum supersunt, Authorum, Graecorum, imprimis, mox Latinorum, syllabus alphabeticus,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“Tyrocinium Graecarum Literarum,” Langius, Joseph a learned mathematician of the sixteenth century

“Ars Medica, succincte et perspicue explicata,” Lid Del, Duncan professor of mathematics

Born: Lievens, Jan a historical painter of great merit

“Tractatus de variis annorum formis.” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“England’s Arcadia, alluding his beginning from sir Philip Sydney’s ending,” Markham, Gervase an English author

“The authority of the Church in making canons and constitutions concerning things indifferent,” Mason, Francis an English divine

Died: Menochius, James a native of Pavia

Died: Merula, Paul a very learned Hollander

“Vita Desiderii Eras on ex ipsius manu fideliter representata. Additi sunt epistolarum ipsius libri duo,” Merula, Paul a very learned Hollander

“the Protestant Pope.” Mornay, Philip De lord of Plessis Marly

“ATreatise, tending to Mitigation towards Catholic subjects in England, against Tho. Morton,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

Died: Newton, Thomas a Latin poet

“The Cuckow, a Poem,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“Hispania; seu de Oppidis Fluminibusque Hispanise,” Nonius, Lewis a learned physician at Antwerp

“The Surveyor’s Dialogue, &c.” Norden, John an industrious topographer

Born: Pallavicino, Sforza an eminent cardinal

“A scholastical Discourse against symbolizing with Anti-christ in ceremonies, especially in the sign of the Cross,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

Born: Petitot, John a celebrated painter

“Scriptores de Rebus Germanicis,” Pistorius, John a learned divine

Died: Popham, Sir John an English lawyer of eminence

“Aristophanes,” Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

“Amplissimi viri Claudii Puteani Tumulus,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

Born: Quellinus, Erasmus an eminent painter

“Scholu Anatomica novis et raris observationibus illustrata. Adjuncta est accurata fcetus humani historia,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Ruffi, Anthony De the historian of Marseilles

Born: Rushworth, John an English gentleman

Born: Ruyter, Michael-Adrian De a celebrated Dutch admiral

Born: Schurman, Anna Maria A a most learned German lady

Born: Scuderi, Magdeleine De sister of the preceding

“Confutatio disputationis Baronii de baptismo Constantini,” Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

Born: Shakspeare was a considerable dealer in wool

“The Travels of the three brothers Shirleys,” Shirley, Anthony a celebrated traveller

“A brotherly persuasion to unity and uniformity in judgment and practice, touching the received and present ecclesiastical government, and the authorized rites and ceremonies of the church of England,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

“Meditationes J. Cardinalis de Turrecremata in vitarn < liristi, cum vita Card. &c.” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

Born: Tromp, Martin Happertz Van a celebrated Dutch admiral

“Britannia,” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

“For many of these things concerning Dublin I acknowledge myself indebted to the diligence and labour of James Usher, chancellor of the church of St. Patrick, who in various learning and judgment far exceeds his years.” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Born: Valesius, Adrian brother of Henry

“Horatii Emblemata,” Venius, Otho, a Dutch painter of great eminence

Died: Vossius, Gerard-John a very learned writer

“Rex Platonicus, sive de potentiss. principis Jacobi regis ad Acad. Oxon. adventu, anno 1605,” Wake, Isaac a learned politician

1608

“Sermon preached at Westminster, May 26, 1608, at the funeral of Thomas earl of Dorset, late lord high treasurer of England, on Isaiah xl. 6.” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

Died: Acernus, Sebastian Fabian a native of Poland

Died: Agelius, Anthony a native of Sorrento

“A Counter-poison against Bernard and Crashaw,” Ainsworth, Henry an eminent English nonconformist divine

“Explanationes in Prophetias Merlini Angli,” Alanus De Insulis is the name under which two persons

Born: Allen, Thomas a non-conformist clergyman of Norwich

“Siecle d‘or dans les bois d’Eriphile,” Balbuena, Bernard De a Spanish poet

Born: Bartoli, Daniel a learned and laborious Jesuit

Died: Benedict, Rene' a famous doctor of the Sorbonne

“Apophthegmata Christianorum,” Beyerlinck, Laurence a voluminous author

Died: Bonarelli, Guy Ubaldo was born December 25

Born: Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Born: Brouwer, Adrian a celebrated painter

“Chronologic novennaire,” Caiet, Peter Victor Palma was born in 1525 at Montrichard in Touraine

Died: Cespedes, Paul a painter of Cordova

Born: Cheynell, Francis a nonconformist of some note

Born: Cokayne, Sir Aston an English poet

Born: Conant, Dr. John a learned English divine

Died: Craig, Sir Thomas was born at Edinburgh in 1548

Died: Dee, John a great mathematician

Died: Delrio, Martin Antony a very learned Jesuit

“Two Sermons, the one commending the ministry in general, the other, the office of bishops in particular,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Born: Fanshawe, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Knt. And Bart. a statesman

Died: Fenton, Sir Geoffrey an eminent writer and statesman during the reigns of Elizabeth and James I. was brother to the preceding

Born: Fiennes, Nathanael second son of lord Say just mentioned

“De viribus Imaginationis Tractatus,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“De Antiquitate et Continuatione Catholicse Religionis in Anglia,” Fitzherbert, Nicholas grandson also to sir Anthony Fitzherbert

“Vitse Cardinalis Alani Epitome,” Fitzherbert, Nicholas grandson also to sir Anthony Fitzherbert

“An Answer to certain complaintive Letters of afflicted Catholics for Religion:” Fitzsimons, Hbnry a celebrated Jesuit

“De Interpretatione Scripturarum,” Forster, John an eminent protestant divine

Born: Freinshemius, John a learned classical editor

Born: Fuller, Thomas an English historian and divine

“A brief view of the state of the Church of England.” Godwin, Francis son of the preceding

“The debate between Follie and Love, translated out'of French,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Christus patiens,” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

“The New Sacrifice of Christian Incense,” Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Hyde, Edward earl of Clarendon

Born: Jacob, Lewis an industrious French author and bibliographer

“Apology for John Wickliffe, &c.” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Grammatica Arabica,” Kirstenius, Peter professor of physic at Upsal

Born: Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“Juvenal and Persius,” Langius, Joseph a learned mathematician of the sixteenth century

“The Socinian Controversy discussed,” Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

“AntiLubinus,” Lubin, Eilhard one of the most learned protestants of his time

Born: Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

“De Pestilentia Liber unus,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

Born: Monk, George duke of Albemarle

Born: Montecuculi, Raymond De a very celebrated Austrian general

Died: Morin, Peter a learned critic

“A Preamble unto an Incounter with, P. R. the author of the deceitful Treatise of Mitigation,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Nuvolone is the name of a family of painters

Born: Palliot, Peter historiographer

“De quatuordecim Regionibus Urbis Romae,” Pancirolus, Guy the son of Albert Pancirolus

“Castigationes in brevem et maledicam admonitionem Joannis Magiri Jesuitae predicantis apud Nemetes Spirantes,” Pareus, John Philip son of the preceding

Died: Pistorius, John a learned divine

“Tabulae ad Grammaticam Groecam Introductorioe,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“Comus, sive Phagesiposia Cimmeria, de luxu somnium,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

Born: Rainbow, Edward a pious and exemplary bishop of Carlisle

“Claim of antiquity in behalf of the Protestant Religion,” Rider, John an Irish prelate

“A catholic confutation of Mr. John Rider’s Claim of Antiquity, and a calming comfort against his caveat,” Rider, John an Irish prelate

“Les Elemens d'Artillerie,” Rivault, David a learned French writer

“Nili, archiepiscopi Thessalonicensis, de primatu papae llomani, libri duo, item Barlaam monachus, cum interpretatione Latina: Cl. Salmasii opera et studio, cum ejusdemin utrumque notis,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Schomberg, Frederic 'Duke Of a distinguished general

Born: Schott, Gaspar a learned Jesuit

“Opuscula,” Sleidan, John an excellent German historian

“Notae in Hieronymi Magii de Tintinnabulis libellum posthumum,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

Born: Terburgh, Gerard a Dutch painter

Born: Torricelli, Evangelista, an illustrious mathematician and philosopher of Italy

“Essays, politic and moral,” Turbervile, George an English poet

Born: Vaughan, John lord chief justice of the commonpleas

“The Golden Grove, moralized in three books,” Vaughan, William a Latin poet and moral writer

“Amorum emblemata,” Venius, Otho, a Dutch painter of great eminence

Died: Vere, Francis a brave English commander

Died: Villalpando, John Baptist a learned Spanish Jesuit

“Oratio funebris habita in Templo B. Mariae Oxon. quum mo2sti Oxonienses, piis manibus Johannis Rainoldi parentarent,” Wake, Isaac a learned politician

Born: Warwick, Sir Philip a political writer and historian of the seventeenth century

Born: Woodhead, Abraham whom Dr (?–1678)

“The tryal of the Roman Clergy’s title to the Church,” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

1609

Born: Acheri, Luc D' a Benedictine of the congregation of St

Died: Aglionby, John an eminent divine of a very ancient family in Cumberland

“Disputationes de Virtute morali,” Aquaviva, Andrew Matthew Duke of Atri in the kingdom of Naples

“Conquista delas islas Molucas,” Argensola the name of two Spanish poets

Born: Argoli, John son of the former

“Deliciae poetarum Gallorum,” Autels, William Des a French and Latin poet

Born: Backer, Jacob an eminent portrait and historical painter

“History of Holland,” Baillet, Adrian an eminent French critic

“Tractatus de Monarchia Siciliae,” Baronius, Cæsar an eminent ecclesiastical writer

“Epistolae ad Anglos Pontificios,” Blackwell, George a learned English writer of the church of Rome

“Varii generis poemata,” Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

“The art of Dialling, in two parts.” Blagrave, John an eminent mathematician

Died: Boch, John a Latin poet

Born: Bona, John an eminent cardinal of the church of Rome

Born: Boullongne, Louis De the elder

“The Feminine Monarchy; or a Treatise on Bees,” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

“Illustrium mulierum et virorum historia,” Capaccio, Julius Cæsar a historian of the seventeenth century

“Polybii Opera Gr. & Lat. Accedit Æneas Tracticus detoleranda obsidione, Gr. & Lat.” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“Pentaesthesejon, id est, de quinque Sensibus Liber, Organorum Fabricam, Actionem, et Usum continens,” Casserius, Julius a distinguished anatomist

Died: Chesne, Joseph Du called also Quercetanus

“Conclusiones theologies,” Collius, Francis a doctor of the Ambrosian college at Milan

“De militari Komanorum stipendio,” Contarini, Vincent a professor of eloquence at Padua

Born: Cooper, Samuel an eminent English painter

Born: Dalrymple, James the seventh baron and first viscount Stair

“The Holy Rood of Christ’s Church,” Davis, John of Hereford

“Humours Heaven and Earth, with the civil wars of Death and Fortune,” Davis, John of Hereford

Born: Diemerbroeck, Isbrand, De was born at Montfort

Born: Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Observations on Caesar’s Commentaries of the civil wars, in three books,” Edmondes, Clement son to sir Thomas Edmondes

“The Life of St. Catherine of Sienna,” Fenn, John an eminent scholar and translator

Born: Foulon, John Erard a German divine and historian

Born: Gayton, Edmund or

“German Herbal.” Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

Died: Gorlæus, Abraham an eminent antiquary

“Geometrica Demonstnuio Vivianeorum problematum,” Grandlus, Gumo a philosopher and mathematician

“the Freedom of the Ocean, or the Right of the Dutch to trade to the Indies.” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

Died: Guillemeau, James one of the most celebrated surgeons of the sixteenth century

Born: Hale, Sir Matthew a most learned lawyer

“and Apology,” Jewel, John a learned prelate

“Epicsene, or the Silent Woman,” Jonson, Benjamin for so he

“L'Histoire et les Antiqnit&j de Beauvuis,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

“Emendatio Temporum ab initio mundi hue usque compendio facta, contra Scaligerum et alios,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“Emendatio temporum, &c. contra Scaligerum et alios,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“Commentaries on the Minor Prophets,” Lyserus, Polycarp a learned Protestant theologian

“Commentaries upon Jeremiah, Baruch, Ezekiel, and Daniel,” Maldonat, John a very learned Spanish Jesuit

“Elogiaillustrium Belgii scriptorum,” Miræus, Aubertus a learned German

Born: Mola, Pfter Francis an eminent painter

“Plautus,” Pareus, John Philip son of the preceding

“Opuscula,” Pithou, Peter a French gentleman of eminence in the republic of letters

“Linguae Hebraicae institutiones absolutissimae.” Quinquarboreus or

Died: Rapin, Nicholas a French poet

Died: Rhese, John David an English physician and philologist

Died: Renniger, Michael or

Born: Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

Born: Rotrou, John De a celebrated French poet

“A Commentary on the Song of Songs,” Saadias-Gaon a learned rabbi

“Commentaria in primam sectionem Aphorismorum Hippocratis,” Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“Sidonius Apollinaris,” Savaron, John a celebrated president and lieutenant-general in the seneschalshit> and presidial court of Clerinont in Auvergne

“De Emendatione Temporurn” Scaliger, Joseph Justus son of the preceding

“Marie Magdalen’s Funeral Teares,” Southwell, Robert an English Jesuit and poet

“Faerie Queene,” Spenser, Edmund a justly celebrated English-poet

Born: Spon, Charles a learned Frenchman

“Hebdotnada Mariana,” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

Born: Suckling, Sir John an accomplished courtier

“Musae errantes Justi Lipsii,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

“Schardii Syntagma de Imperiali Jurisdictione,” Thierri a native of Paderborn in Westphalia

“De microcosmo, deque magno mundi ministerio et medicina hominis,” Valentine, Basil is the name

Died: Vossius, Gerard a very learned man

Born: Whichcote, Benjamin an English divine of great name (?–1683)

“Explicatio brevis privilegiorum juris et consuetudinis circa ven. sacramentum eucharistiae,” White, Richard an English historian (1540–?)

“De reliquiis et veneratione Sanctorum,” White, Richard an English historian (1540–?)

Born: Wild, Robert a nonconformist divine

Born: Wilkinson, Henry one of the sons of the preceding

“De Gratia geueri humano in primo parente collata, de lapsu Adami,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)

Born: Wishart, George bishop of Edinburgh

“Sermons on part of chapter first of St. John’s Gospel,” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

1610

“The Old Way; a sermon at St. Mary’s, Oxon.” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“Trattati di Albertano, &c.” Albertano, Of Brescia lived in the thirteenth century

“Puritanismus Anglicanus,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Orthographiae ratio, et de ratione interpungendi ac distinctionum notis,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

“Responsio ad Apologiam Cardinalis Beliannini, &c.” Andrews, Lancelot an eminent divine

Born: Angel, John an English clergyman and nonconformist

“Orationes tredecim,” Antoniano, Silvio a man of great learning

“Disputatio de lue venerea,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

Born: Arrigoni, Francis of Bergamo

Born: Asselyn, John a Flemish painter

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

Died: Bales, Peter the most famous master in the art of penmanship

Died: Bancroft, Richard archbishop of Canterbury in

Born: Basnage, Anthony eldest son of the above

Born: Baur, John William an eminent painter

“Refutatio Apologias et Monitorix prefationis Jacobi regis Anglian,” Becan, Martin an eminent Jesuit

Born: Bella, Stefano De La an eminent engraver

“Doctrinac Christianas sex Capita totidem praelectionibus in schola theologica Oxoniensi pro forma habitis discussa et disceptata,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

“Le Bouquet royal,” Bergier, Nicolas

Born: Berni, Count Francis a lawyer

“Histoire veritable, ou Le Voyage des Princes fortunes,” Beroalde De Verville, Francis son to the preceding

Born: Beys, Charles a French poet

Born: Blagrave, Joseph probably a relation of the preceding

Born: Bockhorst, John Van called also Langhen-Jan

“The Elements of Armories,” Bolton, Edmund an ingenious writer and antiquary

Born: Both, John And Andrew were two eminent Dutch painters and engravers; John was born at Utrecht

“Historiarum Florentini populi, lib. duodecim,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

Born: Butler, James duke of Ormond

Died: Cagnati, Marsilius of Verona

“Dissertations” Cagnati, Marsilius of Verona

Died: Caiet, Peter Victor Palma was born in 1525 at Montrichard in Touraine

“Enodatio duarum questionum, viz. circa annum Nativitatis et Tempus Ministerii Christi,” Calvisius, Sethus a learned German chronologist

“Promptuarium sacrarum antiquitatum Tricassinse dicecesis, &c.” Camusat, Nicholas a French historian

Died: Canaye, Philip De La seigneur du Fresne

“Jurisdiction Regal, Episcopal, Papal: Wherein is declared how the Pope hath intruded upon the jurisdiction of Temporal Princes,and of the Church, &c.” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“Josephi Scaligeri Opusculavaria,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“Epigrams,” Celtes, Conrad a Latin poet

Born: Chilmead, Edward an excellent Greek and Latin scholar and mathematician

“Thesaurus aphorismorum politicorum, seu commentarius in Justi-Lipsii politica, cum exemplis, notis et monitis,” Chokier, John Ernest De the brother of Erasmus de Surlet

“Notae et dissertationes in Onosandri strategicum,” Chokier, John Ernest De the brother of Erasmus de Surlet

“L'Institution Catholique,” Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

“Anti Cotton,” Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

Born: Dobson, William an English painter

“Arnobii disputationes adversus Gentes,” Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

Died: Elsheimer, Adam a celebrated painter

Died: Ferne, Sir John an English antiquary

Died: Fevardentius, Francis a Franciscan friar

“An sit utilitas in scelere, vel de infelicitate Principis Machiavellani” Fitzherbert, Thomas grandson of sir Anthony

Died: Fletcher, Giles brother to bishop Fletcher

“Christ’s Victory and Triumph in Heaven and Earth over and after Death,” Fletcher, Giles brother to bishop Fletcher

Born: Fowler, Christopher a clergyman originally of the church of England

Born: Fresne, Charles Du Cange Du commonly called Du Cange

“L'Anticoton, on refutation de la Lettre declaratoire du Pere Colon,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Antwerpise Antiquitates,” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

“Taxandria,” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

“The display of Heraldry,” Guillim, John a heraldic writer

Died: Haillan, Bernard De Girard, Lord Of a French historian

Born: Hall, Thomas a learned nonconformist

Born: Hoole, Charles a schoolmaster of very considerable note in his day

“The divine beginning and institution of Christ’s true, visible, and material Church,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“Plain and clear Exposition of the Second Commandment,” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“Alchemist,” Jonson, Benjamin for so he

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

Died: Knolles, Richard author of an excellent History of the Turks

“History of the Turks,” Knolles, Richard author of an excellent History of the Turks

Born: Kromayer, Jerome nephew of the preceding

Born: Labadie, John a French enthusiast

Born: Lescaille, James a celebrated Dutch printer

“De Febribus libri tres,” Lid Del, Duncan professor of mathematics

Born: Mapletoft, Robert an English divine

Born: Mezerai, Francis Eudes De an eminent French historian

Born: Mignard, Peter an historical and portrait painter

Died: Moulin, Peter Du a very celebrated French protestant minister

Died: Nancel, Nicholas De so called from the village of Nancel

Born: Ostade, Adrian Van a most celebrated Flemishpainter

Died: Portus, Æmilius son of the preceding

Born: Quesne, Abraham Du a brave French officer

Died: Ricci, Matthew a celebrated Jesuit

“Anatome corporis humani,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Ryves, Bruno related to sir Thomas Ryves

“Lucii Ampelii libellus inemorialis ad Macrinum,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Nazianzen’s Steliteutics,” Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

Born: Scarron, Paul an eminent burlesque French writer

Born: Solis, Antonio De an ingenious Spanish writer

“Doctrine and use of Repentance,” Stock, Richard an eminent puritan divine

Born: Teniers, David son of the preceding

Born: Tertre, John Baptist Du a French Dominican

Born: Vandervelde

Died: Vanni, Francis an eminent painter

“On Daniel,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)

1611

“Translation of a part of the New Testament,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“The true ancient Roman Catholic; being an apology against Dr. Bishop’s reproof of the defence of the reformed Catholic,” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“Lives of the Saints of Bamberg,” Adelbold bishop of Utrecht

Born: Allein, Richard the son of a clergyman of the same name

“De auxiliis divinae gratioe,” Alvarez, Diego a Spanish dominican

“Œuvres mélées,” Amyot, James bishop of Auxerre and grand almoner of France

“Imagines doctorum virorum e variis gentibus, elogiis brevibus illustratae,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

“L'Alterazza di Narciso,” Andreini, Francis of Pistoia

“Arte di predicar bene,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

“Riposte alle considerazion di Alessandro Tassoni, sopra le rime del Petrarca,” Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

“Avvertimenti di Cres. Pepe a Guiseppe degli Aromatari, &c.” Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

“Notae in Paratitla Wesembecii super Pandectas,” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

Born: Balen, Hendrick Van an artist

“Dictionario Lusitanico- Latino,” Barbosa, Augustin bishop of Ugento

“Problematum philosophicorum et medicorum miscellaneae observationes,” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

“Anatomicac institutiones,” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

“Janua Linguarum, seu modus maxime accommodatus, quo patent aditus ad omnes linguas intelligendas,” Bathe, William an Irish Jesuit

Died: Bersmann, Gregory a native of Germany

Died: Bertaut, John first chaplain to queen Catherine de Medicis

Died: Beumler, Mark a learned minister of the reformed church

Died: Blagrave, John an eminent mathematician

Born: Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

“A Discourse on Happiness.” Bolton, Robert an eminent puritan divine

“Gesta Dei per Francos;” Bongars, James an able classical scholar and negociator

“Golden Fleece, with other poems,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Smetii Miscellanea,” Brucæus, Henry son of Gerard

Died: Buckland, Ralph a popish divine of some note^ was born at West Harptre

“The Corner Stone, or a form of teaching Jesus Christ out of the Scriptures,” Bunney, Edmund descended from an ancient family in Yorkshire

Born: Cartwright, William an English poet of the seventeenth century

“Ad Frontonem Ducseum Epistola, de Apologia, Jesuitarum nomine, Parisiis edita,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, duke of Biron, marshal of France,” Chapman, George a dramatic poet

“Antiquitez et Recherches des Villes et Chateaux de France,” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

“Singulares ex curationibus et cadaverum sectionibus observationes,” Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

“De Tribus Rheni alveis et ostiis,” Cluverius, Philip a celebrated geographer

Born: Cointe, Charles Le a French historian

“Poemata varia Latina,” Coryate, George a Latin poet of some note in his day

“Philotas,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

“Musa,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

“Epistle of Octavia to M. Antoiiius,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

Born: Dechales, Claudius Francis Millet an excellent mathematician

“Vita St. Stanislai episcopi et martyns,” Dlugoss, John Longinus a Polish historian

“Defence of the same Sermon against a nameless author,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Born: Durham, William an English divine

“Curse Posteriores,” Ecluse, Charles in Latin Clusius

Died: Estoile, Peter De L' was grand-auditor of the chancery of Paris

“Jacobus Eyndius de pace a Batavis anno 1609 oblata,” Eyndius Of Helmstede, James a Dutch Latin poet and historian

Born: Fairfax, Thomas, Lord a very active man in the parliaments service during the civil wars

“Theoremata Medica et Philosophica,” Ferdinandi, Epiphanius a physician of Messagna

“A Justification and Exposition of the sacrifice of the Mass,” Fitzsimons, Hbnry a celebrated Jesuit

Born: Freher, Paul author of the very useful “Theatrum Virorum eruditione singulari clarorum

Born: Fresnoy, Charles Alphonsus Du a celebrated French poet and painter

“Elegiarum de funesta morte Henrici magni liber singularis,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Monarcbia Sancti Romani Imperii*” Goldast, Melchior Haiminsfeld a laborious writer in civil law and history

“Antiquitates Gaudenses,” Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

Died: Gratiani, Antonio Maria a learned bishop of Amelia

Born: Halle, Peter professor of canon law in the university of Paris

Born: Hanneman, John an historical and portrait painter

Born: Harrington, James an eminent political writer

Born: Henao, Gariel De a voluminous Spanish author

Born: Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Born: Hobbima, Minderhout a very eminent painter

“Apologia pro B. Luthero contra Lampadium,” Hoe, Matthias De Hoenegg of a noble family at Vienna

Died: Hoffman, Daniel a Lutheran minister

“Declaration and opening of certain points, with a sound confirmation of some others, in a treatise entitled * The divine beginning,' &c.” Jacob, Henry the founder of the first independent or congregational church in England

“A Treatise of the Corruption of Scriptures, Councils, and Fathers, &c.” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Crudities,” Jones, Inigo a celebrated English architect

“Cataline,” Jonson, Benjamin for so he

Born: Killigrew, Thomas brother of the former

“Astronomia Danica,” Longomontanus, Christian an eminent astronomer

“Critical Remarks” Mariana, John a Spanish historian

“The History of the deplorable Death of Henry the Great,” Matthieu, Peter a French historian

Born: Meibomius, Marcus a very learned man

Died: Mulcaster, Richard an eminent school -master

Born: Nicole, Claude cousin-german of the preceding

“Paraphrasis in Canticum Canticorum,” Osorio, Jehome nephew to the preceding

“Processus juris joco-serii,” Palladino, James known also by the name of James de Teramo

“Oratio de laudibus Henrici magni,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

Died: Possevin, Antony a learned Jesuit

“Scholia in arithmeticam Gemmae Frisii,” Resenjus, John Paul a learned Danish divine

Died: Ribadeneira, Peter a celebrated Spanish Jesuit

“Letters,” Salisbury, John Of one of the greatest ornaments of the twelfth century

“Commentaries on several Books of the Bible,” Serarius, Nicholas a learned Jesuit and commentator on the Scriptures

“Corpus omnium veterum Poetarum Romanorum,” Terentianus, Maurus was a Latin poet and grammarian

Born: Testa, Pietro an Italian painter and engraver

Born: Tour, Henry De La -viscount de Turenne

“Singulare Certamen cum Martino Becano Jesuita,” Tucker, William a learned divine of the sixteenth century

1612

“Apographum-Monumentorum Heidelbergensium,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

“Lou Catounet Gascoun,” Ader, William a physician of Toulouse

“Latin Poems” Albinus, Peter a historian and poet

Died: Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

“Julius Caesar.” Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

“Dissertatio de Rhapontico,” Alpini, Prospero a celebrated physician and botanist

Died: Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

Died: Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Supplementum Apollonii Redivivi, &c.” Anderson, Alexander an eminent mathematician

“De Christiani Cosmoxeni genitura judicium,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“Ragionamenti fantastici posti in forma di dialoghi rappresentativi,” Andreini, Francis of Pistoia

Born: Anguier, Francis And Michael the sons of a mechanic in the town of Eu in Normandy

Born: Arnauld, Anthony doctor of the Sorbonne

“De Auctoritate Principum in Populum semper inviolabili,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

“De subjectione et exemptione Clericorum,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

Born: Ashwell, George rector of Hanwell

“Examen rationalium Antonii Fabri,” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

Died: Baroccio, Frederic an eminent Italian artist

“Amabiiium Anacreonte decantati,” Barthius, Caspar a very learned and voluminous writer

Born: Barwick, John an eminent English divine

“Treatise on the Church,” Basnage, Benjamin the first of a family of French Calvinists

“Governo della Cavalleria leggiera,” Basta, George an able military commander

“Mask of the Inner Temple and Gray’s-inn,” Beaumont, Francis third son of Francis

Born: Benserade, Isaac De a French poet and wit of the seventeenth century

Died: Beroalde De Verville, Francis son to the preceding

“Itagguagli di Parnaso, centuria prima,” Boccalini, Trajan a satirical wit

“Aurora, or the rising of the sun,” Bœhmen, Jacob a noted visionary

Died: Bond, John a celebrated commentator and grammarian

Died: Bongars, James an able classical scholar and negociator

Born: Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

Born: Brooksbank, Joseph born in 1612

“Antiquitates Fuldenses,” Brower, Christopher a learned Jesuit

“Rilucera,” Burton, William author of the “History of Leicestershire

Born: Butler, Samuel a poet of a very singular cast

Born: Calovius, Abraham a celebrated Lutheran divine

Born: Calprenede, Walter De Costes a French dramatic and romance writer

Born: Cantarini, Simone a painter and engraver

“Epistola ad Georgium Michaelem Lingelshemium de quodam libello Sciopii,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“Epistola ad Cardinalem Perronium,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

Died: Clavius, Chuistopher a German Jesuit

Died: Cooper, Samuel an eminent English painter

“Coryate’s Crambe, or his Colwort twice sodden, and now served in with other Macaronic dishes, as the second course of his Crudities,” Coryate, Thomas the eccentric son of the preceding

“Muse’s Sacrifice, or Divine Meditations,” Davis, John of Hereford

Born: Daumius, Christian an eminent classical and philological scholar

Born: Dieteric, John Conrad the son of John Conrad

Born: Digby, Lord George an English nobleman of great parts

“Pleadings” Expilli, Claude president of the parliament of Grenoble

“Notse ad Juveualis et Persu Satyras,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

“De vita proroganda, seu juventute conservanda et senectute retardanda,” Ferdinandi, Epiphanius a physician of Messagna

“A Defence of the preceding against Wooton and White,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“A Challenge to Protestants; to shew the succession of their pastors, from Christ down,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Answer to William Crashaw,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“De la.Resemblance de la lumiere du Soleil & de la Justice,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Petri Hardovilierii Actiopro Academia Parisiensi adversus Presbyteros & Scholasticos Collegii Claromontanii habita in Senatu Parisiensi. ann. 1611,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

Born: Garnier, John a Jesuit

“Anti Socinus,” Gentillet, Innocent a Protestant lawyer

Died: Gerlach, Stephen a Lutheran divine

“Antithesis ad clariss. viri Marquardi Freheri assertionem de Palatino electoratu,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Madrigals of five parts for voices and viols,” Gibbons, Orlando an eminent composer of church music in the reign of James I. was born in 1583

“F. Riberee Comment, in duodecirn prophetas minores,” Gibbons, Richard a learned English Jesuit

“Rei Accipitrariae Auctores,” Gilles, Peter a distinguished scholar and traveller

“De vetere Jure Pontificio urbis Romae,” Gouthier, James in Latin Gu­Theriusi

Born: Hall, George son of the preceding

Died: Harrington, Sir John an ingenious English poet

“Epicedium Cantabrigiense,” Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

“Le contr' Assassin, ou reponse a TApologie des Jesuites,” Home, David was a protestant minister of a distinguished family in Scotland

“Answer to the Supplication that Mr. Travers made to the Council,” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

“A learned discourse of Justification, Works, and how the foundation of Faith is overthrown, on Habak. i. 4.” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

“A learned Sermon on the nature of Pride, on Habak, ii. 4.” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

“A Remedy against Sorrow and Fear, delivered in a funeral sermon on John xiv. 27.” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

“A learned and comfortable Sermon of the certainty and perpetuity of Faith in the elect; especially of the prophet Habakkuk’s faith,” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

“The Jesuits’ Downfall threatened for their wicked lives, accursed manners, heretical doctrine, and more than Machiavelian policy,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

Born: Jenkin, William an eminent nonconformist divine

Died: Jones, Inigo a celebrated English architect

Born: Killigrew, Henry brother of the former

Born: Launay, Francis De an able French lawyer

“The Mouth of the Lion,” Leo Of Modena whose proper name was R

Born: Lockyer, Nicholas a non-conformist divine

Born: Lowe, Peter a surgeon of the sixteenth century

“A Discourse on the whole Art of Chirurgery,” Lowe, Peter a surgeon of the sixteenth century

Born: Lubienietski, Stanislaus in Latin Lubieniecius

Born: Lupus, Christian a learned Roman catholic writer

Born: Maracci, Louis a learned author

“Youth’s Instruction,” Martyn, William recorder of Exeter

Died: Meteren, Emanuel De a protestant historian

“Sicilia descrittacon Medaglie,” Paruta, Philip a learned antiquary

“Minerva Britannica” Peacham, Henry a writer of considerable note inhis day

“Minerva Britannica, or a garden of Heroical Devises,” Peacham, Henry a writer of considerable note inhis day

Born: Pearson, John a very learned English bishop

“Synesii Opera,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

Born: Pinsson, Francis a learned jurist

“Trigonometry,” Pitiscus, Samuel a very learned scholar and editor

Died: Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“Institutiones geometricae,” Resenjus, John Paul a learned Danish divine

“Sermonesquatuor, ad crucem Londinensem,” Richard archbishop of Armagh in the fourteenth century

“Commentaria in Artem Medicinalem Galeni,” Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“Duello, or single combat;” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“A Map of Virginia, with a description of the country, the commodities, people, government, and religion,” Smith, John commonly called Capt. John Smith

“Vis naturae, et Virtus Vitae explicata, ad universum doctrine ordinem constituendum,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

“Commentarius in Plautum, Francof. 1605;” Taubman, Frederic an eminent German critic

Born: Vane, Sir Henry eldest son of the preceding

“Batavorum cum Romanis bellum, &c.” Venius, Otho, a Dutch painter of great eminence

“A brief exposition of the principles of the Christian religion,” Webbe, George a pious prelate

Died: White, Richard an English historian (1540–?)

“Tractatus de Salomonis nuptiis, vel Epithalamium in nuptiis inter Comit. Palatinum et Elizabethan! Jacobi regis filiam unicam,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)

Born: Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Dictionarium poedcum et epitheta veterum poetarum,” Zanchius, Basil one of the most learned men of the sixteenth century

1613

“Antilogia; adversus apologiam Andreae Eudaemon-Johannis, Jesuitse, pro Henrico Garnetto Jesuita proditore;” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

Died: Alcazar Alçazar

“Fantastica Visione di Parri da Pozzolatico,” Allegri, Alexander an Italian satirical and burlesque poet

“Disceptatio scholastica inter Nic. Grevinchovium and Gul. Anaesium,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Impresse sacre con triplicati discorsi illustrate ed arrichite,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

Died: Argensola the name of two Spanish poets

“Dialoghi di Falcidio Melampodio in riposta agli avvertimenti date sotto nome di Cres. Pepe, &c.” Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

Born: Artois, Jean Van an eminent landscape painter

“Theatrum Chemicum,” Augurello, John Aurelio an Italian

Born: Bamboccio an eminent Butch

“Sumina trium sententiarum de Praedestinatione,” Baro, Peter a learned divine

Born: Barrow, Isaac bishop of St.Asaph in the reign of Charles II. was the son of Isaac Barrow of Spiney Abbey irt Cambridgeshire

Born: Bartolocci, Julius a Cistercian monk

Died: Baudius, Dominic professor of history in the university of Leyden

Died: Bauhin, John his eldest son

“The Sick man’s salve, or directions in sickness, and how to dye,” Beacon, Thomas one of the English reformers

Born: Beling, Richard was born in 1613

Born: Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“A commentary or exposition upon the first chapter of Amos, delivered in twenty-one sermons in the parish-church of Meysey-Hampton in the diocese of Gloucester,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

“Hortus Eystettensis,” Besler, Basil a botanist

“Promptuaarium morale super evangelia communia, et particularia qusedam festorum totius anni,” Beyerlinck, Laurence a voluminous author

“Centuria secxinda,” Boccalini, Trajan a satirical wit

“Touchstone for a Christian,” Broad, Thomas son of the rev. W

“Consensus Ecclesiae Catholicse contra Tridentinos, de Scripturis, Ecclesia, fide, & gratia,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Died: Casel, John a German divine

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

Born: Charleval, Charles was born in 1613

Born: Chauveau, Francis a painter

Born: Chevreau, Urban was born at Loudun

Born: Cleveland a noted loyalist and popular poet in the reign of Charles I. was the eldest son of the rev

Died: Coke, Sir Edward lord chief-justice of England

“History of England,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

“The Muse’s Tears for the loss of their hope, the heroic and never too much praised Henry, prince of Wales,” Davis, John of Hereford

Born: Douw, Gerhard an eminent artist

Died: Eremita, Daniel a native of Antwerp

“Annotationes ad lexicon Arabicum Francisci llaphelengii,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Grammatica Arabica,” Erpenius, Thomas or

Died: Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

Born: Evremond, Charles De St. a writer

Born: Fabricius, Vincent a man eminent for wit and learning

“Notae ad Seneca? Tragcedias,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

“De Antiquo Ecclesiasticarum Epistolarum Genere, libri tres,” Ferrari, Francis Bernardine of the same family with the former

“Nomotechnia, ou description del Commun Leys d'Angleterre, &c.” Finch, Henry of the family of the lord keeper

“A treatise of Purgatory, in answer to sir Edward Hobby,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“Commentary upon the Revelations,” Forbes, Patrick an eminent Scotsman

“A bad beginning makes a good ending,” Ford, John an early English dramatic author

Born: Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

Born: Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

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

Born: Gunning, Peter bishop of Ely

“Pilgrimage,” Hakluyt, Richard an eminent naval historian

Died: Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

Born: Helst, Bartholomew Vander a Dutch artist

Born: Highmore, Nathaniel a physician and anatomist

“Two Sermons upon part of Jude’s Epistles,” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

Born: Leighton, Robert sometime bishop of Dunblane

Born: Lilburne, John a remarkable English enthusiast

“Explicatio & additamentum argumentorum in, libello emendationis temporum compendio facta de nativitate Christi, &, ministeni in terris,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

Born: Maistre, Louis Isaac Le more known under the name of Sacy

“The English Husbandman, in two parts,” Markham, Gervase an English author

“Vindication of the Church of England concerning the consecration and ordination of Priests and Deacons, in five books,” Mason, Francis an English divine

Born: Menage, Giles called

Born: Murillio, Don Bartolome Estivan one of the most pleasing painters Spain ever produced

Born: Niceron, John Francis an able mathematician

“The Three Sisters’ Tears, shed at the late solernne Funerals of the royal Henry, prince of Wales,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

Born: Nicon an eminent Russian prelate (16131681)

Born: Nostre, Andrew Le comptroller of the royal edifices of France

“The period of Mourning, in memory of the late prince. Together with Nuptial Hymnes in honour of this happy marriage betweene Frederick count Palatine and Elizabeth daughter of our Sovereigne,” Peacham, Henry a writer of considerable note inhis day

Born: Perrault, Claude an eminent French architect

“Julian! imperatoris orationes tres panrgyricaD,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

“Themistii Orationes septemdecim. Gr. Lat.” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

Born: Playford, Joitn a man distinguished in the musical world

“The Baronet’s Burial,” Potter, Barnabas a pious prelate of the church of England (15791642)

“Arabic Lexicon,” Raphelengius, Francis a learned writer of the 16th century

Born: Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Died: Regnier, Mathurin a satirical French poet

Born: Retz, John Francis Paul De Gondi ar celebrated cardinal

“Gigantomachie,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Died: Rittershusius, Conradus a learned civilian and philologer of Germany

Born: Rochefoucault, Francis, Duke Of prince of Marsillac

Died: Saravia, Hadrian A of Spanish extraction

“St. Chrysostom’s Works” Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

“Xenophon’s Institution of Cyrus,” Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

Born: Sherlock, Richard was born in 1613

Born: Siri, Victor an Italian annalist

Died: Snell, Rodolph a Dutch philosopher

“Monumenta Sepulchralia Brabantise,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

“La Tenda rossa, risposta di Girolamo Nomisenti (Alessandro Tassoni) ai dialoghi de Falcidio Melampodio,” Tassoni, Alessandro an Italian poet of great fame

Born: Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

Born: Thomas, William bishop of Worcester

“Bodleiomnema,” Turner, Peter son to the preceding Dr

Died: Twyne, John one of a family of Oxford antiquaries

“Azoth, sive Aureliae philosophorum,” Valentine, Basil is the name

“Epistola de Gaspare Scioppio,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

“The Dove, or certain passages of Cosmography,” Zouch, Richard an eminent civilian

1614

“Trattato del modi di ridurre a pace l'inimicitie private,” Albergati, Fabio a native of Bologna

“Varias antiguedades de Espana Africa y otras provincias,” Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

“De initiis ac progressu Collegii Trilinguis Buslidiani, deque vita et scriptis professorum ejusdem collegii,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

Born: Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

“Clavis majoris sapientiae,” Artephius a hermetic philosopher

“La Segunda Parte del Ingenioso Hidalgo D. Quixote de la Mancha,” Avellaneda, Alphonsus Fernandes De a Spanish writer

“Theatrum Artis Scribendi,” Bales, Peter the most famous master in the art of penmanship

“J. Barclaii Pietas, sive, publics pro regibus ac principibus, et privates pro Gulielmo Ear* claio parente vindici*, adversus Roberti Bellarmini tractatum, de Potestate summi Pontificis ia rebus temporal!­bus,” Barclay, John son of the preceding

“Exercitationes contra Baronium,” Baronius, Cæsar an eminent ecclesiastical writer

Died: Bathe, William an Irish Jesuit

“Illust. Holland, et Westfrisiæ ordinum Alma Academia. Leidensis,” Baudot De Juilli, Nicholas born at Vendôme in 1678

“Eight sermons publicly preached in the university of Oxford, the second at St. Peter’s in the East, the rest at St. Mary’s church. Began Dec. 14, 1595,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

“Discours surl'etatdes Finances,” Bernard, Charles king’s counsellor

“Rubenus hilarotragoedia satyra pastoralis,” Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

“Auli Persii Flacci Satyrae sex, cum posthumis commentariis Johannis Bond,” Bond, John a celebrated commentator and grammarian

Died: Bonnefons, John a Latin poet

Died: Bourdeilles, Peter De of which he was abbot

“An elegy upon his exile,” Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

“The Poet’s Willow, or the passionate shepherd,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“The Prodigal’s Tears, or his farewell to vanity,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“The Scholar’s Medley, or an intermixt discourse upon historical and poetical relations, &c.” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“De ponderibus et pretiis veterum nummorum, eorumque cum recentioribus collatione,” Brerewood, Edward a learned mathematician and antiquary

“Enquiries touching the diversity of Languages and Religion, through the chief parts of the world,” Brerewood, Edward a learned mathematician and antiquary

“Elementa Logicae in gratiam studiosae juventutis in acad. Oxon.” Brerewood, Edward a learned mathematician and antiquary

Died: Breulius, James a French antiquary

“Supplementum antiquitatum Parisiensium,” Breulius, James a French antiquary

“A Discourse for Parents’ Honour and Authority over their Children,” Budden, John a civilian of Oxford

Born: Carrenno De Miranda, Don Juan an eminent Spanish painter

“Ad Isaacum Casaubonum Paraenesis,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“De Rebus sacris & Ecclesiasticis Exercitationes xvi. Ad Cardinalis Baronii Prolegomena in Annales, & primam eorum partem, de Domini nostri Jesu Christi Nativitate, Vita, Passione, Assumtione,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“Histoire d'Angleterre,” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

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

Born: Dod, John usually styled the Decalogist

“Chronicon” Dousa, Janus a very learned man

“De Suprema Romani Pontificis in Ecclesiam potestate,” Duval, Andrew a celebrated doctor of the Sorbonne

Died: Edmondes, Sir Thomas knt. memorable for his embassies at several courts

Born: Eryceira, Ferdinand De Meneses, Count D' a Portuguese writer

“Orationes Theologies,” Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

Died: Eyndius Of Helmstede, James a Dutch Latin poet and historian

“De Musculi Artificio, et Osium Articulationibus,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Ferrier, John a French Jesuit

“Britannomachia ministrorum in plerisque et fidei fundamentis et fidei articulis dissidentium,” Fitzsimons, Hbnry a celebrated Jesuit

Born: Flameel, Bertholet a painter of historical subjects

Died: Freher, Marquard a German

Born: Fronteau, John canon regular of the congregation of St

“Andrew Schioppii Casparis fratris horoscopus,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

Born: Geier, Martin an eminent Lutheran divine

“Annals,” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

“Notes upon Lucian,” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

Died: Guagnini, Alexander a native of Verona

Died: Hale, Sir Matthew a most learned lawyer

“A Chronology,” Haræus, Francis a learned Dutch catholic divine

Died: Hopton, Arthur an English mathematician

“Bartholomew- Fair,” Jonson, Benjamin for so he

“Kurzer Bericht von der Didactica oder Lehrkunst Wolfgangi Ratichii, durch Christoph. Helvicum und Joach. Jungium,” Jungius, Joachim an eminent mathematician

“The Life and Death of Hector,” Lydgate, John an ancient English poet

“Jo. Galii jurisconsult! notationes in Historiam Thuani,” Machault, John De a Jesuit

Born: Merret, Christopher a physician and naturalist

Born: More, Dr. Henry an eminent English divine and philosopher

Died: Moryson, Fines a native of Lincolnshire

“Logarithmorum Canonis Descriptio,” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

“The Furies, with Vertue’s encomium, &c. in two books of epigrammes, satirical and encomiastic,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“Lexicon Plautinum,” Pareus, John Philip son of the preceding

“A most true relation of the affairs of Cleve and Gulick,” Peacham, Henry a writer of considerable note inhis day

“Tragce iia, Carthaginienses,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

Died: Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Observationum Medicinalium Libri tres,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Castigatio cujusdam Circulatoris, qui R. P. Andream EudsBmon-Johannem Cydonium soc. Jesu seipsum nuncupat, opposita ipsius calumniis, in Epistola Isaaci Casauboni ad Frontonem Ducaeum,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“The History of the World;” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“De sancta fide in Deum, libellus apologeticus,” Resenjus, John Paul a learned Danish divine

“Osteologia ex veterum et recentiorum praeceptis descripta,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Discours sur les Hermaphrodits, ou il est demontre*, centre l‘opinion commune, qu’il n'y a point de vrais Hermaphrodits,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Russel, William, Fifth Earl And First Duke Of Bedford was eldest son of Francis fourth earl of Bedford

Born: Schoockius, Martin a learned and very laborious writer

“Hebdomacla Euclmristiea,” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“Sermon at the funeral of John lord Harrington,” Stock, Richard an eminent puritan divine

“Flores Lipsiani,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

“Commentaries on St. John,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Died: Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

Died: Vander-Linden, John Antonides a learned professor of physic at Leyden

Died: Velserus, Marcus a learned civilian

Born: Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

“A Commentary on the Romans,” Wilson, Thomas a puritan divine

“Christ’s farewell to Jerusalem,” Wilson, Thomas a puritan divine

1615

“Chronographia Scandinavise,” Adam Of Bremen so called because he was a canon of that church

Died: Agard, Arthur a learned and industrious English antiquary

Died: Alberti, Cherubino, Borghegiano a painter of some distinction

“Miracle of St. Philip Benizzo” Alberti, Cherubino, Borghegiano a painter of some distinction

“De religiosa disciplina tuenda,” Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

“A commentary on Isaiah,” Alvarez, Diego a Spanish dominican

“Disputatio inter Amesium et Grevinchovium,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Delle famiglie Florentine,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Afliotoyus, pro Zetetico Apolloniani problematis a se jam priclem edilo in supplemento Apollenii Redivivi, &c.” Anderson, Alexander an eminent mathematician

Died: Aquaviva, Claudius son to John Jerome

“Lectiones politicac,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

Born: Atkyns, Richard a typographical author

Born: Ballin, Claude born at Paris

“Commentarius in Photii Nomocanonem,” Balsamon, Theodore an eminent scholar of the Greek church

Died: Barradas, Sebastian a Jesuit and eminent Portuguese divine

Born: Basnage, Henry

“Five Sermons,” Bastard, Thomas a clergyman and poet

“De la chaussure des Anciens,” Baudouin, Benedict a divine of Amiens

Born: Baxter, Richard an eminent nonconformist divine

Born: Beaumont, Joseph master of Peter-house

“The sin against the Holy Ghost discovered, and other Christian doctrines delivered, in twelve Sermons upon part of the tenth chapter of the epistle to the Hebrews,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Biddle, John a noted Socinian writer

“Imperatorum Roman. Numismata,” Bie, Adrian De an ingenious artist

Born: Birkenhead, Sir John a political author in the seventeenth century

“Pietra del Paragone politico,” Boccalini, Trajan a satirical wit

“Raphael’s Bible,” Borgianni, Horatio a painter and engraver

“Vita Philippi Rubenii,” Brandt, John a learned philologer

Died: Bright, Timothy a physician and divine of eminence of the sixteenth century

“Third Universitie” Buc, George a learned antiquary

Born: Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

Died: Calvisius, Sethus a learned German chronologist

“Short Directions to know the true Church,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Cary, Robert a learned Chronologer in the seventeenth century

“Riposta alle opposizioni del Sig. Ludovico delle Colombe, &c.” Castelli, Benedict an Italian mathematician

“Comedies and Interludes” Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel De the author of Don Quixote

“Bibliotheca Cluniacensis.” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

Born: Cossart, Gabriel a learned Jesuit

Born: Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

“A Defence of Trade in a letter to sir Thomas Smith, knt. governor of the East India company,” Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

“Historia Polonica,” Dlugoss, John Longinus a Polish historian

“Lockmanni fabulrr & selecta qurcdam Arabum adagia, cum interpretatione Latina & notis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Novum Testamentum, Arabice,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Commentarii in quatuor lihros Sententiarum,” Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

“De Respira/­tione et ejus Instrumentis, libri duo,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Antiquite’s de la ville de Marseille,” Fabrot, Charles Annibal a very learned lawyer and scholar

“Notrc ad Martialis Epigrammata,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

Died: Fenn, John an eminent scholar and translator

Born: Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“The Widow.” Fletcher, John an English dramatic writer

Born: Foucquet, Nicolas marquis of Belle-Isle

Born: Goad, John an eminent classical teacher

Born: Godefroi, Denvs son of Theodore

“Thieves falling out, true men come by their goods,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“New gauging of wine-casks,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Leger, John a learned protestant divine

“Observations on the Life and Death of Charles, late King of England,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Born: Maplet, John a physician and scholar

“Ormonius, sive illust. herois et Domini D. Thomse Butler, &c. prosapia, &c.” Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

Born: Metzu, Gabriel a Dutch painter of small portraits

Born: Motteville, Frances Bertaud De a celebrated French lady

Died: Nevile, Thomas dean of Canterbury

“Monodia, or Waltham’s complaint upon the death of the most vertuous and noble lady, late deceased, the lady Honor Hay,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“Apologia de Arbitrii libertate;” Orosius, Paul a learned Spanish ecclesiastic

“Primitioe Anatomicae de humani corporis Ossibus,” Paaw, Peter a physician and anatomist

Born: Pallavicino, Ferrante one of the wits of Italy

Died: Pasquier, Stephen a learned Frenchman

“Leges Atticae,” Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

“Consilia Medica,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“De Lapidum Virtutibus,” Psellus, Michael Constantinus the younger

“Purchas his Pil^ grimage, or Relations of the World, and the Religions observed in all ages and places discovered from the Creation unto this present.” Purchas, Samuel a learned English divine

“Alexandrian Chronicle,” Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

“Bavaria Sancta,” Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

“Archimedis Opera quae extant, Gr. et Lat. novis detnonstrationibus illdstrata,” Rivault, David a learned French writer

Born: Rosa, Salvator an eminent painter

Born: Sadler, John an English writer

Born: Sorbiere, Samuel a French writer

“Churches not to be violated.” Spelman, Sir Henry an eminent English antiquary

“Brevis prsemonitio pro futura concertatione cum Jacobo Usserio,” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“Amoris divini emblemata,” Venius, Otho, a Dutch painter of great eminence

Born: Walker, Obadiah a learned divine

“Theological Rules,” Wilson, Thomas a puritan divine

1616

Born: Aagard, Christian a Danish poet

“Parodice et Metaphrases Horatianse,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

Died: Airay, Henry provost of Queen’s college

Died: Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

“Explicatio antiques tabula marmorese, solis effi gie, symbolique exculptae, explicatio sigillorum zonae ve terem statuam marmoream cingentis,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

“Tragedies,” Aubigne, Theodore Agrippa D' a very celebrated French Protestant

Died: Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“The Bruce, or the history of Robert I. king of Scotland,” Barbour, John an ancient Scotch poet

“Magnetical Advertisement, or diverse pertinent observations and improved experiments concerning the natnre and properties of the Loadstone,” Barlowe, William son of the above

Born: Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

“Les Guerres de Nassau,” Baudart, William a protestant divine

Born: Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

“Commentariorum rerum Germanicarum libri tres,” Bertius, Peter cosmographer and historiographer to Louis XIII. of France

“Fasciculus rariorum et aspectu digniorum, varii generis quae collegit et suis impensis aeri ad vivum incidi curavit Basilius Besler,” Besler, Basil a botanist

“Biblia sacra variarum translationum,” Beyerlinck, Laurence a voluminous author

Died: Bonciarius, Mark Anthony a distinguished Latin scholar and poet

“L'arte de Cenni,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

Born: Bourdon, Sebastian a very celebrated French painter

Born: Bourignon, Antoinette a famous female enthusiast

“Veritates Aurese S. R. Ecclesiae,” Bristow, Richard an eminent Roman catholic priest and writer in the reign of queen Elizabeth

“Sidera illustrium et 'S. S. Virorum qui Germaniam lebus gestis ornarunt,” Brower, Christopher a learned Jesuit

“Exposition of Romans iii. 28, on Justification b) Faith,” Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

Born: Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“Epigrams.” Chapman, George a dramatic poet

“Minus cognitarum rariorumque stirpium descriptio; itemque de aquatilibus, aliisque nonnullis animalibus libellus,” Colomna, Fabio an eminent botanist

“Mythologiae, sive explicationis Fabularum, lib. X.” Comes, Natalis an Italian writer

“Letters from Asmere, the court of the great mogul, to several persons of quality in England, concerning the emperor and his country of East-India,” Coryate, Thomas the eccentric son of the preceding

“Justinian the emperor defended against cardinal Baronius,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“The Complaint or Dialogue between the Soule and the Bodie of a damned man,” Crashaw, Richard an English poet

“Harmonia Linguarum quatuor Cardinalium, Hebraicse, Latin ae, et Germanicse,” Cruciger, George of the same family with the preceding-

Born: Culpepper, Nicholas student

“Strena Kal. Januar. 1616. ad iilustriss. virum Jacobum Hayum, Dominum ac Baronem de Saley,” Dempster, Thomas a man of considerable learning and singular character

“A threefold resolution necessary to salvation, &c.” Denison, John an English divine and theological writer

Born: Dolce, Carlo a very eminent artist

“Dominis suae profectionis a Venetiis consilium exponit,” Dominis, Mark Antony De archbishop of Spalato in Dalmatia

Died: Duck, Stephen a very extraordinary person

“Juvenilia philosophica,” Ebertus, Theodore a learned* professor at Francfort upon Oder

“La Philosophic des Anciens retablie en sa purete.” Espagnet, John D' president of the parliament of Bourdeaux

Born: Faille, Germain De La a French topographical writer

Born: Feydeau, Matthew a French clergyman of the Jansenist party

“Chorus Poetarum,” Fichet, Alexander a man of considerable learning

Born: Fisher, Payne Paganus Piscatok

Born: Flink, Govert a German artist

“Summa magna et parva,” Fortescue, Sir John an eminent English lawyer in the reign of Henry VI. was descended from an ancient family in Devonshire: but we cannot learn either the place or time of his birth

Born: Foster, Samuel an English mathematician

Died: Franck but more generally called Old Francks

“Noctes Medicæ, sive de Abusu Medicinæ Tractatus,” Freitag, John a learned physician

Born: French, John an English physician

“Oraisou L'Andrese de Nesmond premier President du Parlement de Bourdeaux.” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“A treatise of Christian Renovation or Birth,” Garnet, Henry a person memorable in English history for having been privy to the celebrated conspiracy called “The Gunpowder Plot

Died: Gentilis, Scipio brother of Alberic Gentilis

“Orationes Alberti Hungeri,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Fragmenta duodecim Tabularum suis nunc primum Tabulis restituta,” Godefroi, Denys an eminent lawyer

Born: Gonet, John Baptist a learned Dominican

“The Fall of Man, and Corruption of Nature, proved by reason,” Goodman, Godfrey an English prelate

Born: Gryphius, Andrew was born at Glogaw in 1616

Died: Hakluyt, Richard an eminent naval historian

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

Born: Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Persius” Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

Born: Holyoake, Thomas son of the preceding

Died: Hutter, Leonard was also a native of Ulm

Born: Koenig, George Matthias a learned German

Died: Libavius, Andrew a physician and chemist

Died: Lobel a botanist

“De Cnrculo physico-quadrato,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“Liebault’s La Maison rustique, or the country -farm,” Markham, Gervase an English author

“Albedarium Marocostinum,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

Born: More, Alexander a preacher of some celebrity among the French protestants

Born: Nani, John Baptist a noble Venetian

Born: Nayler, James a remarkable person of the society called Quakers

Died: Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“London’s Artillery, briefly containing the noble practice of that worthie Society,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

Born: Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“Succenturiatus Anatomicus, continens Commentaria in Hip-. pocratem de Capitis Vulneribus. Additae sunt Anuotationes in aliquot Capita Librioctavi C. Celsi,” Paaw, Peter a physician and anatomist

“De Politia Ecclesiastica Christi et Hierarchicaopposita,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

Died: Rivault, David a learned French writer

“Preces; Grammaticalis quaedam & Antiquae Historian Synopsis,” Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

Died: Rogers, Thomas whom Wood styles “a most admirable theologist

Born: Sancroft, Dr. William an eminent English prelate

Died: Scamozzi, Vincent a celebrated architect

Born: Scarborough, Sir Charles an eminent physician and mathematician

Died: Schidoni was born at Modena in 1560

“Pindar” Schmidt, Erasmus an excellent Greek scholar

Died: Smith, John an English divine

Died: Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

“Britannia’s Pastorals,” Spenser, Edmund a justly celebrated English-poet

Died: Tate, Francis an English lawyer and antiquary

Born: Thurloe, John, Esq. secretary of state to the two protectors Oliver and Richard Cromwell

“Allegories” Tzetzes, John a celebrated grammarian of Constantinople

“Dialogues,” Vanini a writer who has generally been distinguished by the title of Atheist

Born: Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

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

Died: Zucchero, Frederico an eminent painter

1617

“A brief description of the whole World, wherein is particularly described all the monarchies, empires, and kingdoms of the same, with their academies,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“Theatre of Europe,” Abelin, John Philip a historian (?–1646)

“De optimo genere dicendi,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

Died: Alpini, Prospero a celebrated physician and botanist

Born: Ancillon, David an eminent divine

“Invitatio ad fraternitatem Christi,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“Rosa fiorescens, contra Menapii calumnias,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“Menippus: Dialogorum Satyricorum centuria inanitum nostratium speculum,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

Born: Antonio, Nicholas a very learned and useful Spanish biographer

“In libros Aristotelis de Generation e et Corruptione,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

“Discursus academic! de jure publico,” Arum, Dominic Van a nobleman of Friesland

Born: Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Born: Aubery, Anthony a lawyer of Paris

“Usage des Duels,” Audiguier, Vital De a French nobleman

“Notre et animadversioncs ad disputationes Hieronymi Trentleni,” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

Died: Baldi, Bernard born at Urbino in the year 1553

“Uranoscopia, seu universa doctrina de Coelo,” Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

“Novae Opiuiones Physicx,” Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

Died: Baynes, Paul an English divine of considerable eminence at Cambridge

“Police generale de la France,” Bergier, Nicolas

Born: Birkhead, Henry a modern Latin poet

Born: Blanchet, Thomas a painter

Born: Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

Born: Brandmuller, James grandson of James

“Logarithmorum chilias prima,” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Died: Brito, Bernard De a Portuguese historian

Died: Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

“Plain and familiar exposition of the Ten Commandments,” Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

Born: Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Ad Polybii Historiarum Libruni primum Commentarius,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

Died: Contarini, Vincent a professor of eloquence at Padua

Died: Coryate, Thomas the eccentric son of the preceding

Died: Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

“Sermons,” Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

“Predica fatta, la prima Domenica dell' Avvento 1617, in Londra nella Capella delta delli Mercian,” Dominis, Mark Antony De archbishop of Spalato in Dalmatia

Born: Dorigny, Michael a painter and engraver

“Vita Henrici Chichele,” Duck, Arthur an English civilian

Died: Egerton, Thomas lord Ellesmere

“Gennadius de dogmatibus Ecclesise, ibid. 1614, 4to. 3. Sidonii Apollinaris Opera,” Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

“Giarumia grammatica de centum regentibus, sive lingux Arabia; particulis, Arabice & Latine, cum notis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Historia Josephi patriarchs ex Alcorano, Arabice, cum versione Latina & notis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“De Cephalalgia Autumnali,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

“Opera Chinnvgica in duas Partes divisa,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Monumenta Anglicana,” Field, Richard an eminent English divine

Born: Firmin, Giles a nonconformist divine and physician

“Orthodox faith and the way to the church explained,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“The Office and Authority of Justices of Peace, compiled and extracted out of the old books, as well of the Common Law, as of the Statutes, 1538,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

“Synopsis Apostasiæ M. A. de Dominis,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“Utriusque Cosmi, majoris et minoris, Technica Historia,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Tractatus Apologeticus integritatena societatis de Rosea cruce defendens,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“The Text of the New Testament of Jesus Christ, translated out of the vulgar Latin by the Papists of the traiterous Seminarie at Rhemes. With arguments of books, chapters, and annotations, pretending to discover the corruptions of divers translations, and to clear the controversies of these days. Whereunto is added the translation out of the original Greek, commonly used in the Church of England; with a confutation of all such arguments, glosses, and annotations, as containe manifest impietie of Heresie, Treason, and Slander against the Catholike Church of God, and the true teachers thereof, or the translations used in the church of England. The whole worke, perused and enlarged in divers places by the author’s owne hand before his death, with sundry quotations and authorities out of Holy Scriptures, Counsels, Fathers, and History. More amply than in the former Edition.” Fulke, William a celebrated English divine

“Colossus Henrico Magno in ponte novo positus, Carmen,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Le banquet des Playdoiers de Mr. Servin, par Charles de PEspinoell,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

Born: Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

Died: Grain, John Baptist Le a French historian

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

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

“Arbasto, the history of Arbasto king of Denmarke,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Died: Grynæus, John James was born at Bern in 1540

“Anthologia poetica, Gr. Lat.” Halloix, Peter a learned Jesuit

Born: Hermant, Godfrey a learned and pious doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Hinckley, John son of Robert Hinckley of Coton in Warwickshire

Died: Hoeschelius, David a learned German

Born: Hoornbeeck, John an illustrious professor of divinity in the universities of Utrecht and Leyden

“Fiscus papalis, sive catalogus indulgentiarum,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

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

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

Born: Lamoignon, William De marquis de Baville

Born: Lely, Sir Peter a most capital painter of the reign of Charles II. was born at Soest

Born: Luca, John Baptist a learned cardinal

“Silentium post clamores, seu tractatus -Revelationum fratrum roseae Crucis,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“Jocus severus,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“Apologeticus revelationum fratrum roseae Crucis,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

Died: Marcilius, Theodora a learned German critic

Died: Martyn, William recorder of Exeter

“Joinville’s History of St. Louis,” Menard, Claude a French magistrate and antiquary

“De Calcantho, seu Vitriolo, ej usque quaJitate, virtute, et viribus,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

Died: Molza, Tarquinia grand-daughter to the preceding

Born: Moore, Sir Jonas a very respectable mathematician

“An Itineraty, containing ten years travels through the twelve dominions of Germany,” Moryson, Fines a native of Lincolnshire

“Rabdology and Promptuary,” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

“Rabdologia, sen Numerations per Virgulas, libri duo,” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

Died: Oliver, Isaac one of the first English miniature painters

Born: Orsato, Sertorio a celebrated anti^ quary

Died: Osiander, Andrew grandson of the preceding Andrew

Born: Ott, John Henry a learned Swiss divine

Died: Pagit a Puritan divine

“Commentary upon St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans,” Pareus, David a celebrated divine of the reformed religion

Born: Parr, Richard an English divine

Born: Pautre, Anthony Le a Parisian architect of the seventeenth century

Born: Penington, Isaac a writer of considerable estimation among the people called Quakers

Born: Petit, Peter another very learned Frenchman

Born: Pommeraye, Dom. John Francis a laborious Benedictine of the congregation de St

“De Rheni divortiis et accolis populis adversus Ph. Cluverium,” Pontanus, John Isaac historiographer to his Danish majesty

“Pietatis thaumata in Protheum Parthenicum unius libri versum et unius versus librum, Stella-? rum numeris sive formis 1022 variatum,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

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

Died: Rigaltius, Nicolas a very ingenious and learned man

“Sums,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Sidney, Algernon a strenuous champion for repub-­lican government

“Leyden, 1597, 4to. 8. Commentarius in rhetoricam Talsei,” Snell, Rodolph a Dutch philosopher

“Eratosthenes Batavus,” Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

“Prolusiones” Strada, Famiamis an ingenious and learned Jesuit

Died: Suarez, Francis a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Sueur, Eustache Le one of the best painters hi his time which the French nation had produced

Died: Thou, James Augustus an illustrious historian of France

“Commentarius de Nobilitate et jure primogenitorum,” Tiraqueau, Andrew a learned French lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Mischief’s Mysterie; or, Treason’s Master-piece; the powder-plot, invented by hellish malice; prevented by heavenly mercy truly related, and from the Latin of the learned and reverend Dr. Herring, translated, and very much dilated by John Vicars,” Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

Born: Wharton, Sir George a loyal astrologer of the seventeenth century

“The BrideBush, or Wedding-Sermon,” Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

Born: Worthington, Dr. John an excellent divine of the church of England

1618

“De gratia et perseverantia Sanctorum, Exercitationes habitse in Academiae Oxon.” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“In Ricardi Thomsoni Angli-Belgici diatribam, da amissione et intercessione justificationis et gratiae, animadversio brevis.” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“Notae io Orationem Julii Caesaris Scaligeri pro M, T. Cicerone contra Ciceronianum Erasmi,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

“Lectures upon the whole Epistle of St. Paul to the Philippians,” Airay, Henry provost of Queen’s college

“Contra Albigenses, Waldenses, Judæos, et Paganos,” Alanus De Insulis surnamed the Universal Doctor

“Pericopa pentateuchi biblica, triglossometrica,” Alard, William son of the preceding

“Notne in Decadem Problematum Joannis Behm de glorioso Dei et beatorum ccelo,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

Born: Alting, James son of the above Henry

“Coronis ad collationem Hagiensem,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“De Theriaca, oratio,” Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Histoire de Languedoc, avec l'etat des provinces voisines,” Andoque, Peter and not Androque

“Dissertatic de Toga et Sago, sive de litterata armataque militia,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

Born: Antonius, Godefroy a celebrated German lawyer

Born: Arnold, Nicholas professor of divinity at Franeker

“A Brief Discovery of the idle animadversions of Mark Ridley, M. D. upon a treatise entitled Magnetical Advertisement,” Barlowe, William son of the above

Died: Bastard, Thomas a clergyman and poet

“A commentary on the first chapter of the epistle to the Ephesians, handling the controversy of Predestination,” Baynes, Paul an English divine of considerable eminence at Cambridge

“Prselectiones de perseverantia Sanctorum,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bennet, Henry earl of Arlington

Born: Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Bocchi, Francis one of the most voluminous writers of Florence

Born: Bouette De Blemur, Jacqueline a lady

Born: Boyer, Claude of the French academy

“Dissertatio de justificatione,” Bradshaw, William an eminent puritan divine

Born: Brebeuf, George De a French poet

“Rhetoricee libri duo,” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Butler, William one of the greatest physicians

“Historia Albigensiuoi, &c. auclore Petro, coenobii Vallis-Sarnensis ordinis Cisterciensis in dioecesi Parisiensi monacho,” Camusat, Nicholas a French historian

“Balance pour peser en toute equite & droicture la Harangue fait vagueres en L'Assemblee des illustres & puissans Seignoures Messeigneurs les Estats generaux des Provinces Unies du Pais has, &c.” Carleton, Sir Dudley

Died: Cartwright, Thomas a puritan divine of great learning and eminence

“Klectorum Symbolorum et Parabolarum historicarum Syntagmata,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

Born: Charas, Moses a skilful apothecary

Born: Coques, Gonzalo an esteemed painter of portraits and conversations

“Livre de Pourtraiture,” Cousin, John an eminent French artist

Born: Cowley, Abraham an eminent English poet

Died: Davies, Sir John a poet and statesman

Died: Davis, John of Hereford

“Homo diabolus hocest: Auctorum veterum et recentiorum de calumnias natura et remediis, sua lingua editorum, sylloge” Dornavius, Gaspar a physician

“Cebetis tabula cum versione et uotis Jo. Caselii,” Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

Born: Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“French orthography,” Expilli, Claude president of the parliament of Grenoble

“De Motu locali Animalium,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“De Gula, Ventriculo, et Intestinis, Tractatus,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“De Jntegumentis Corporis,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Ad tit. Codicis Theodosiani de Paganis, Sacrificiis, et Templis notae,” Fabrot, Charles Annibal a very learned lawyer and scholar

Died: Farinaccio, Prosper an eminent lawyer

“Lucani Pharsalia, sive de Bello Civili Caesaris et Pompeii Libri X. Adjeclis ad marginem notis T. Farnabii, quae loca obscuriora illustrent,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

“A parallel or conference of the civil, the canon, and the common law,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“An edition of the Romance of Ismenus and Ismenias, in Greek and Latin,” Gaulmin, Gilbert a French minor author

“Henrici monachi in Rebdorf annales,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

Born: Helmont, Francis Mercurius Van son of the preceding

“Works and Days” Hesiod a very ancient Greek poet

“A Book of Kings, being a true and lively effigies of all our English kings from the Conquest,” Holland, Philemon a noted translator (15651636)

“Epistola pro patria defensoria,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

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

Born: Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Nomenclatura et Chronologia rerum Ecclesiasticarum Dioecesis Bellovacensis,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

“Abrég6 d: s Constitutions et Reglemens pour les Etu;les et Reformes du Convent des Jacobins de Beauvais,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

Born: Love, Christopher a presbyterian divine of considerable tame in the time of Cromw< II

Born: Lovelace, Richard an elegant poet of the seventeenth century

Died: Magini, John-Anthony professor of mathematics in the university of Bologna

“Atalanta fugiens,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“De fraternitate roseae Crucis,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“De rosea Cruce,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“The History of St. Louis,” Matthieu, Peter a French historian

“History of Bertrand du Gueschiin,” Menard, Claude a French magistrate and antiquary

Died: Moket, Richard warden of All Souls college

Died: Morosini, Andrew a senator of Venice

Born: Olzoffski, Andrew an eminent Polish divine

“Selectiorum Observationum et Consiliorum de proeteritis hactenus morbis, effectibusque praeter naturam ab aqua, seu scrosa colluvie et deiuvie ortis, Liber singularis,” Pois, Charles Le son of the preceding

Born: Rabutin, Roger, Count De Bussy a distinguished French officer and wit

“Gigantologie; discours sur la grandeur des Grants, &c.” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Anatomica, seu Anthropographia,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Variarum lectionum libri tres, quibus utriusque linguae scriptores, qua emendantur, qua illustrantur,” Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

“Annals of the Old Testament,” Salian, James a learned Jesuit of Avignon

“Annales Evangelii per Europara 15 Seculi renovati, Decad. 1 et 2,” Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

Born: Sharp, James archbishop of St

Born: Sherburne, Sir Edward an English poet

Died: Smiglecius, Martin a learned Jesuit

“Logic,” Smiglecius, Martin a learned Jesuit

Born: Smith, John a learned English divine

Died: Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“The Lives of the Saints,” Surius, Laurentius a voluminous compiler

“Apologia pro suis notis Biblicis, &c.” Tossanus, Daniel a learned protestant divine

“Practice, una cum duodecim clavibus et appendice,” Valentine, Basil is the name

Born: Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

Died: Wadham, Nicholas esq. of Edge and Merrifield

“The Actions of the Low Countries,” Williams, Roger a brave officer in the reign of queen Elizabeth (16601725)

“De Inventione Æterni Motoris” Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

1619

“Historical Chronicle,” Abelin, John Philip a historian (?–1646)

“Amphitheatrum sapientiae Socraticae Jocoseriue,” Acidalius, Valens a young man of great erudition

Born: Allestry, Richard an eminent English divine

“De Morborum differentiis,” Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Civis Christianas, sive Peregrini quondam errantis restitutiones,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“My thologiae Christiana?, sive virtutum et vitiorum vitae humanae imaginum, libri tres,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

Died: Arnauld, Anthony eldest son of Anthony Arnauld

“An astronomical description of the late Comet, from the 18th of November 1618, to the 16th of December following,” Bainbridge, John an eminent physician and astronomer

Born: Barwick, Peter physician in ordinary to king Charles II. was brother to the preceding

Born: Beau, John Baptiste Le a learned French Jesuit

“Ceremonial de France,” Benedict, Rene' a famous doctor of the Sorbonne

“Hypobolimaea D. Maria? Deiparoe Camera, seu Idolum Lauretanum, &c. dejectum,” Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

“Latin poems” Bonifacio, Balthasar the son of a lawyer of the same name

“The description of a Good Wife, or a rare one among women,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Lucubrationes & Annotationes in opera posthuma J. Neperi,” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Born: Brun, Charles Le an illustrious French painter

Died: Butler, James duke of Ormond

Died: Calfhill, James a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Calvart, Denis an artist

“Melanges historiques, ou recueii de plusieurs actes, traits, et lettres missives, depuis Pan 1390 jusqu'a Tan 1580,” Camusat, Nicholas a French historian

“Oration made at the Hague before the prince of Orange, and the Assembly of the high and mighty lords, the States General,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“De Kloquentia sacra et humana,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

Born: Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“Discorso della Cometa pogonare dell' anno 1618, &c.” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

“Germania antiqua. Sicilia antiqiia. Italia antiqua,” Cluverius, Philip a celebrated geographer

Born: Colbert, John Baptist marquis of Segnelai

Died: Corbet, Richard an English prelate

Died: Cosin, John an English prelate

“Introductio in Metaphysicam, lib. 4.” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“Letters persuasive to his wife and children, to take upon them the Catholic religion,” Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

“Arguments to show that the church in communion with the see of Rome, is the true church; against Dr. Field’s four books of the church,” Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

“Reply to the answer of his daughter (Mary) which she made to a paper of his, sent to her concerning the Roman church,” Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

Died: Decker, John a pious and learned Jesuit

Born: Delft, William James an excellent painter and engraver

“Oratio de Duodecennali,” Demades an Athenian

Born: Dingley, Robert second son of sir John Dingley

“Amplritheatrum sapientiae Socraticie,” Dornavius, Gaspar a physician

“Hist, du College Roial,” Duval, Andrew a celebrated doctor of the Sorbonne

“Opus Chronologicum novum,” Emmius, Ubbo a learned professor of Groningen

Born: Fabretti, Raphael a very learned antiquary of Italy

“Institutio Medici practicam aggredientis,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

Died: Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Felibien, Andrew Sieur des Avaux et de Javerci

“De Cometa anni 1618,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“Detectio hypocrisis M. A. de Dominis,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

Died: Fonseca, Peter De a celebrated Portuguese Jesuit

Born: Ford, Simon a man of learning

Died: Freminet, Martin a celebrated French painter; was born at Paris in 1567

Born: Frischmuth, John an eminent scholar

“Geographia Nubiensis,” Gabriel Sionita a learned Maronite

Born: Gandy, James an able artist

“Lectionum Papinianarum Libri quinque in Statii Papinii Sylvas;” Gevartius, John Gaspar a learned critic

“Delineatio Norici veteris ejusque confinium,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Versio Latina et paraphrasis in Aristotelis rbetoricam,” Goulston, Theodore an eminent English physician in the seventeenth century

“Lachrymae Cantabrigienses,” Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

“Suspiria S. Gregorii ad Christum,” Herbst, John Andreas an eminent practical and theoretical German musician

Born: Hill, William a learned annotator on Dionysius Periegetes

Died: Hilliard, Nicholas an English artist

Born: Horrox, Jeremiah an English astronomer

“Historia Jesuitica hoc est, de origine, regulis, constitutionibus, privileges, incrementis, progressu, & propagatione ordinis Jesuitarum. Item, de eorum dolis, fraudibus, imposturis, nefariis faci- ­noribus, cruentis consiliis, falsa quoque, seditiosa, & sanguinolenta doctrina,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

“Flora,” How, William the first English botanist who gave a sketch of what is called a “Flora

“Observations made on the Countrey, with the Manners and Customs of Russia or Rusland,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

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

Born: Lancelot, Claude an useful French writer

Born: Larroque, Matthew De in Latin Larroquanus

Died: Lucas, Francis surnamed Brugensis

Born: Maucroix, Francis De a French translator

“Pathologia hereditaria generalis, &c.” Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

“Threnodia Medica, seu, Planctus Medicinae lugentis,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

“Mundi sublunaris Anatomia,” Morin, John Baptist physician and regius professor of mathematics at Paris

“Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Constructio; et eorum ad Naturales ipsorum nu*­meros habitudines; una cum appendice, de alia eaque praestantiore Logarithmorum specie condenda. Quibus accessere propositiones ad triangula sphserica faciliore calculo resolvenda. Una cum Annotationibus aliquot doctissimi D. Henrici Briggii in eas, et memoratam appendicem.” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

Born: Neer, Arnold Vander a landscape painter

Born: Nyssenus, Gregory

Born: Ormerod, Oliver a polemical writer of the time of James I. was descended paternally from a Lancashire family

Died: Overall, John an English bishop

“Letters,” Pasquier, Stephen a learned Frenchman

“Soteria,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

“Physicum Cometae Speculum,” Pois, Charles Le son of the preceding

“Bruma, sive chimonopsegnion de laudibus hiemis, ut ea potissimum apud Belgas,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

“Parva rhetorica,” Resenjus, John Paul a learned Danish divine

Born: Ricci, Michael Angelo a learned Italian ecclesiastic

Born: Rupert, Prince third son of the king of Bohemia

“Amici, ad amicum, de suburbicariis regiohibus et ecclesiis suburbicariis, epistola,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Dissertatio parsenetica pro instituto bibliothecae publics Gandavensis,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“Axiomata concionancii,” Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

“Sacrilege sacredly handled,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“De Circulo & Adscriptis,” Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

Born: Struvius, George Adam a German scholar

Born: Suicer, John Gaspard a learned German divine

Born: Tallents, Francis a non-conformist divine of considerable eminence and learning

Born: Thomassin, Lewis a learned French divine

“A Summary of cases of conscience, or instruction for priests,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Born: Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer

1620

“De aegrotis & morbis in Evangelic,” Ader, William a physician of Toulouse

Born: Aelst, William Van, Called In Italy Gulielmo was the nephew and disciple of the preceding

“Triumphax Bibliorum Sacrorum, seu Encyclopaedia Biblica,” Alstedius, John Henry a German protestant divine

“De Nomine Tetragrammato,” Amama, Sixtinus professor of the Hebrew tongue in the university of Franeker

Died: Amboise, Francis D' lived in the latter end of the sixteenth

“Trattato delle Piante e immagini de' sacri edifizi di Terra Santa,” Amico, Bernardine an artist and an author

“Les harangues prononcees en l‘assemblie da M. M. les princes Protestants d’Allemagne,” Angouleme, Charles De Valois Duke D' the natural son of Charles IX. and Maria Touchet

Born: Annesley, Samuel a very eminent nonconformist minister

“Ephemerides,” Argoli, Andrew an Italian mathematician

“Auteurs degnisez sous des noms etraiigers, &c. tome I. contenant le traite preliminaire, sur le changement et la supposition des noms parmi les Auteurs,” Baillet, Adrian an eminent French critic

“Campus Philosophicus,” Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

“Itinerarium filiorum Israel ex Ægypto in terram repromissionis,” Barradas, Sebastian a Jesuit and eminent Portuguese divine

Born: Bathurst, Ralph a distinguished wit

“Praxis Medica in duos tractatus distincta,” Bauderon, Brice a French physician

Born: Bega, Cornelius an artist

“A commentary, or exposition upon the second chapter of Amos, delivered in twenty-one sermons, in the parish-church of Meysey-Hampton, &c.” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano De was born about 1620

Born: Bocciardi, Clemente called Clememtone from the vast size of his figure

Born: Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

Born: Borel, Peter a French physician

“Essays upon the Five Senses,” 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: Breenberg, Bartholomew, Called Bartolomeo a painter and engraver

Born: Brome, Alexander an English poet

Born: Brouncker, William viscount Brouncker

Born: Bruin, John De professor of natural philosophy and mathematics at Utrecht

“Horae subsecivas, Observations and Discourses,” Brydges, Sir Grey, Lord Chandos a man of abilities

Died: Budden, John a civilian of Oxford

“De sensu rerum et magia,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

Died: Carew, Ilichard author of the Survey of Cornwal

Born: Casanata, Jerome a learned cardinal

“Tragedise Sacra,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

Born: Charpentier, Francis dean of the French academy

Born: Churchill, Sir Winston a distinguished English gentleman

Born: Corbet, John a nonconformist divine of considerable note

Born: Cradock, Samuel an eminent writer among the nonconformists

“Scotia illustrior, seu, Mendicabula repressa,” Dempster, Thomas a man of considerable learning and singular character

“Synopsis Oeconomica,” Donaldson, Walter born at Aberdeen in Scotland

“Papa Antichristus, sen Diatriba de Antichristo,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

“Natural Curiosity reduced to questions,” Dupleix, Scipio a French historian

“Rudimenta lingute Arabic,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Versio & notac ad Arabic-am paraphrasin in evangelium Joannis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

Born: Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“Oratio Renunciationi novi Medicinse Doctoris prceinissa, de Causis Cruentantis cadaveris praesente Homicida,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

“De Ritu Sacrarum Ecclesise Catholicae concionum libri tres,” Ferrari, Francis Bernardine of the same family with the former

“De vi formatrice foetus liber, in quo ostenditur animam rationalem infundi tertia die,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“Monochordon mundi symphoniacum, eu Replicatio ad Apologiam Joannis Kepleri,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“A Line of Life, pointing at the immortalitie of a vertuous name,” Ford, John an early English dramatic author

Born: Frassen, Claudius a learned Franciscan

Born: Furetiere, Antony an ingenious and learned lawyer

“Wigulaei Hunds metropolis Salisburgensis,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Commentary of the three Rabbins on the Proverbs of Solomon,” Giggeius, Anthony a learned Italian

Died: Gordon, James a Scotch Jesuit

Born: Graunt, John the celebrated author of the " Observations on the Bills of Mortality

Born: Heinsius, Nicholas son of the preceding

Born: Hicks, William

Born: Hottinger, John-Henry a very learned writer

“Iter in agrum Cantianum,” Johnson, Thomas an English botanist

“Deiices de la Poésie Françoise,” Ivetaux, Nicholas Vanquelin, Seigneur Des a French poet

“Solis & luna? periodus seu annus magnus,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“Septimana philosophica,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

Born: Manton, Thomas one of the most learned and eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

“La Sampogna,” Marini, John Baptist a once celebrated Italian poet

Born: Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

Born: Moliere, John Baptist, Pocquelin De the celebrated comic writer of France

Born: Molinet, Claude Du regular canon and procurator general of the congregation of St

Born: Morison, Robert a distinguished botanist of the seventeenth century (16201683)

“Le Marfore, ou Discours contre les libelles.” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Needham, Marchamont an English political writer

Born: Nevile, Henry a republican writer

“Etymon propriorumnominum in Nov. Test.” Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

Died: Pluvinel, Antoine a gentleman of Dauphiny

Died: Powell, Griffith principal of Jesus college

“De Sphsera,” Proclus an eminent philosopher among the later Platonists

“De Hypothesibus Planetarum,” Ptolemy, Claudius a great geographer

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

“A Feast for Wormes, in a poem of the history of Jonah,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

Died: Rocca, Angelus a learned Italian

Born: Rohault, James a French philosopher

“Historic Augustse scriptores sex,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Sluse, Rene' Francis Walter a mathematician

“New-England’s Tryals, &c.” Smith, John commonly called Capt. John Smith

Died: Spanheim, Frederic professor of divinity at Leyden

Born: Swanevelt, Herman an eminent Flemish landscape painter

“Rerum Belgicarum Annales, Chronici et historici antiqui et recentiores,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

Born: Talbot, Peter a Roman catholic writer

Died: Texeira, Joseph Peter a learned Portuguese Dominican

Died: Tucker, William a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Born: Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

“Historia Animalium,” Turner, William a very eminent naturalist and divine

“Contarenus, sive de literatorum infelicitate libri duo,” Valerianus, Pierius an ingenious and learned Italian

Born: Venning, Ralph a nonconformist divine

“The successive regal Governments of England,” Verstegan, Richard principally known as an antiquary

Born: Wepfer, John James a celebrated physician

“Description and construction of Logarithms” Wingate, Edmund

Born: Wouvermans, Philip an eminent artist of Holland (?–1688)

1621

Died: Achen, John Van an eminent painter

Born: Agnelli, Joseph a learned Jesuit

Born: Airay, Christopher vicar of Milford in Hampshire

“The just and necessary Apology touching his Suit in Law, for the Rector of Charlton on Otmore, in Oxfordshire,” Airay, Henry provost of Queen’s college

Died: Arndt, John a celebrated Protestant divine of Germany

Born: Atkyns, Sir Robert lord chief baron of the exchequer

“Antique Collectiones Decretalium,” Augustin, Anthony archbishop of Tarragona

“The Diocesan’s Trial, wherein all the sinews of Dr. Downham’s defence are brought into three heads, and dissolved,” Baynes, Paul an English divine of considerable eminence at Cambridge

Born: Bek, David a famous painter

Died: Bellarmin, Robert an Italian Jesuit

“Preserve salutari contro il contagioso malore,” Bottoni, Dominic the son of Nicholas Bottom

Born: Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“Analysis typica librorum Veteris et Novi Testamenti,” Brandmuller, James son of the preceding

“Spicilegium Criticum in Apuleium,” Brandt, John a learned philologer

“Nature’s Embassy, or the wild man’s measures, danced naked by twelve Satyrs,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Time’s curtain drawn: divers poems,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Panedone, or health from Helicon,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

Died: Brydges, Sir Grey, Lord Chandos a man of abilities

“Dorothee, ou recit de la pitoyable issue d'une volorite violentee,” Camus, John Peter an exemplary French prelate

“Pietas contra maledicos, &c.” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Born: Chamier, Daniel an eminent French protestant divine

Born: Chapelle, Claude Emanuel Lullier a celebrated French poet

“Anti-Tycho, in quo contra Tychonem Brahe, et nonnullos alios, &.c. demonstrator Cometas esse sublunares,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Cooper, Anthony Ashley earl of Shaftesbury

Born: Cortesi, Jacob called Borgognone

“A Defence of Constanthie, with a treatise of the pope’s Temporal Monarchy,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“Epistolas familiares,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Antiques Linguae Britannicse nunc communiter dictae Cambro-Britannicoe, a suis Cymrascae vel Cambricee, ab aliis Wallicoe rudimenta,” Davies, John an eminent writer and antiquary

Born: Delamet, Adrian Augustin De Bussi a learned doctor of the house and society of the Sorbonne

“De natura elementorum,” Drebel, Cornelius philosopher and alchymist

“Commentaire sur les Coaques d'Hippocrate,” Duret, Louis born of a noble family at Beaug6-laville

Born: Eeckhout, Gerbrant Vander another artist

Died: Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

“Apuleii Platonic! Opera omnia,” Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

Died: Erpenius, Thomas or

Born: Everdingen, Aldret Van the nephew of the former

“Centum Historiae, seu Observationes et Casus Medici,” Ferdinandi, Epiphanius a physician of Messagna

“Opera Pieraque,” Filesac, John was a native of Paris

“A Catalogue of the Irish Saints,” Fitzsimons, Hbnry a celebrated Jesuit

“On the Transformation of Metals,” Flamel, Nicholas falsely celebrated as an alchymist

“Censura decem Lib. de republica ecclesiast. M. A. de Dominis,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

Born: Fontaine, John De La a celebrated French poet

“De recte conficiendo curriculo Philosophico,” Fox Morzillo, Sebastian a learned Spaniard

“Commentarius de septemviratu Romani imperii,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

Died: Harriot, Thomas an eminent mathematician

“Fabils” Henryson, Robert a Scotch poet of the reign of Henry VIII. is unknown

Born: Herbert, Thomas an eminent person of the Pembroke family

Born: Hoffman, Maurice a physician

Born: Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

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

Died: King, John a learned English bishop

“The Lives and Conquests of the Ottoman Kings and Emperors, to the year 1610,” Knolles, Richard author of an excellent History of the Turks

Born: Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

“De anni solans mensura epistola astronomica,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“Numerus aureus melioribus lapillis insignitus,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

“De Anti-Christo,” Malvenda, Thomas a learned Dominican

“Hunger’s prevention, or the whole Art of Fowling,” Markham, Gervase an English author

Born: Marshall, Thomas an English divine

Died: Matthieu, Peter a French historian

Died: More, Sir Francis son of Edward More

Died: Needham, Marchamont an English political writer

Born: Nesse, Christopher a non-conformist divine of considerable learning

“Analysis difiiriliorum vocum in operibus Hesiodi,” Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

Born: Penn, William afterwards sir William Penn

Died: Pithou, Francis advocate to the parliament of Paris

Born: Pynaker, Adam a celebrated painter of landscapes

“Hadassa, or the History of Esther,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

Born: Rapin, Renatus a French Jesuit

“Spicilegium in Apuleiurrt,” Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

“Poematum libri tres,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Born: Sarjeant, John a secular priest

“J. C. Scaligeri adversus Desiderium Erasmum orationes duae eioquentiae Romance vindices, cum ejusdem epistolis opusculis,” Scaliger, Juuus Caesar a very learned and eminent critic

Born: Scheffer, John a learned German

“Animadversions upon Mr. Selden’s History of Tithes,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Animadversions,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Diatribe,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Silvestre, Israel a celebrated French engraver

“PaltcAlbion, or the History of Great Britain from the first peopling of this island to the reign of king James,” Slater, William a learned divine and poet

“Cyclometricus, De Circuli Dimensione,” Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

Born: Thevenot, Melchisedec librarian to the king of France

“On Steganography,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

Died: Urfe', Honore‘ D’ a writer of romances

Died: Vega, Lopez De La a celebrated Spanish poet

Born: Viviani, Vincentio a celebrated Italian mathematician

“Questio in Thomam Watsonium Episc. Lincoln, aliosque, super quibusdam articulis de bulla papali contra reginam Eliz.” Watson, Thomas a Roman catholic prelate in the reign of queen Mary

Born: Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

Died: Wilson, Thomas a puritan divine

Born: Ziegler, Gaspar an eminent jurist

1622

“Devisibili Romanarchia, contra Nic. Sanderi Monarchiam,” Ackworth, George LL. D. an English divine and civilian

Died: Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

“Concorclia liberi arbitrii cum predestinatione,” Alvarez, Diego a Spanish dominican

Born: Anslo, Reiner a Dutch poet of considerable celebrity in his own country

“De Aquæ transmutatione in sacrificio Missæ,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

“De veteribus ecclesiae ritibus,” Aubespine, Gabriel De L' the son of William Aubespine

Died: Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

Born: Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

Born: Baynes, Sir Thomas an eminent physician

Born: Bernier, John a physician

Born: Berthet, John a learned Jesuit

“Clodoveus, sive Lodovicus, tragicum silviludium,” Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

Died: Braun, George in Latin Braunius

“A treatise of the North-west passage to the South Sea, &c.” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

“Description of Leicestershire,” Burton, William author of the “History of Leicestershire

Died: Byfield, Nicholas a puritan divine of considerable eminence in the beginning of the seventeenth century

“Apologia pro Galileo,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

Died: Casserius, Julius a distinguished anatomist

Born: Clarkson, David a nonconformist divine of considerable celebrity

“De Animabus Paganorum,” Collius, Francis a doctor of the Ambrosian college at Milan

“Logicae libri quinque,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“Tractatus de providentia,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

Died: Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

Died: Croft, Herbert an eminent prelate

“De Clavis Dominicis,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Vita; S. S. Rupert! et Virgilii,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Nosce Teipsum” Davies, Sir John a poet and statesman

“Menologium Scotorum, in quo nullus nisi Scotus gente aut conversatione, quod ex omnium gentium monimentis, pio studio Dei gloriae. Sanctorum honori. Patrias ornamento,” Dempster, Thomas a man of considerable learning and singular character

Born: Durham, James an eminent Scotch divine of the seventeenth century

“Vie de la Sosur Merie de l'Incarnation,” Duval, Andrew a celebrated doctor of the Sorbonne

Died: Fuller, Nicholas a learned English divine and critic

Died: Godefroi, Denys an eminent lawyer

“Latin Oration at the Funeral of sir Henry Savile,” Goff, Thomas a divine and dramatic writer

Born: Halket, Lady Anne a learned English lady

“Praxis Grammatica,” Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

“Eclogse sententiarum et similitudinum, e D. Chrysostomo decerptae,” Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

“Chronoiogia nova et vera,” Herwart, John George chancellor of Bavaria at the beginning of the seventeenth century

Died: Jeannin, Peter a native of Burgundy

Born: Joyner, William second son of William

Born: Juglaris, Aloysius an Italian Jesuit

“Copernican Astronomy;” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Lalande, James De an able counsellor

Born: Lobo, Jerome a Jesuit missionary

“Countess of Lincoln’s Nursery,” Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

“Herod and Antipater,” Markham, Gervase an English author

“Virgil’s Georgics,” May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

Born: Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Complete Gentleman,” Peacham, Henry a writer of considerable note inhis day

“Parisiis, apud Sebast. Cramoisy,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

Born: Poilly, Francis a very excellent French engraver

Died: Randall, John an English divine

Died: Rinuccini, Ottavio an Italian poet of Florence

“A true and faithful relation to his majesty and the prince of what hath lately happened in Constantinople, concerning the death of sultan Osman, and the setting up of Mustapha his uncle,” Roe, Sir Thomas an able statesman and ambassador

“Sept. Florentis Tertulliani liber de Pallio,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Savary, James an useful French writer upon the Subject of trade

“Discovery of errors in two editions of the Catalogue of Nobility by Ralph Brooke,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Skinner, Stephen an English antiquary

Born: Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

“The Delight of the Saints. A most comfortable treatise of grace and peace, and many other excellent points, whereby men may live like saints on earth, and become true saints in heaven,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

1623

“Nonni Neopolitani paraphrasis sancti secundum Joannem Evangelii. Accesserunt notse P. N. A. soc. Jes.” Abraham, Nicholas a learned Jesuit

“Historia de hello administrate in Italia per annos 15, et confecto abÆg. Albornotio,” Albornos, Gilles Alvares Carillo an eminent Spanish statesman and cardinal

“Poet. Lyric, diversarum editionum,” Alcæus an ancient lyric poet

“La Lagrime di penitenza, ad imitazione de sette Salmi penitenziali,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

Died: Alleyn, Edward a celebrated comedian in the reigns of queen Elizabeth and king James

“May 26, 1620, My wife and I acknowledged the fine at the common pleas bar, of all our lands to the college: blessed be God that he hath given us life to do it.” Alleyn, Edward a celebrated comedian in the reigns of queen Elizabeth and king James

“Bybelsche conferencie,” Amama, Sixtinus professor of the Hebrew tongue in the university of Franeker

“Medulla Theologica,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

Died: Andreani, Andrea an eminent engraver

Died: Anthony, Dr. Francis a noted empiric and chemist in the latter end of the sixteenth and the beginning of the seventeenth centuries

Born: Arndt, Christian was born in 1623

“Abridgement of Tursellin’s Universal History,” Aurelio, Louis a native of La Perousa

“Le grand Chambellan de France,” Bardin, Peter a member of the French academy

“Zodiacus vitae Christianse,” Barthius, Caspar a very learned and voluminous writer

“Opuscula quatuor singularia, de lapide nephritico, &c.” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

Born: Bauderon, Brice a French physician

“Pinax Theatri Botanici,” Bauhin, Gaspard brother of the preceding

“De illustribus Anglic Scriptoribus,” Bishop, William vicar apostolical in England

Died: Blackwood, Adam professor of civil law at Poictiers

Died: Bontius, James called by some

Born: Bosc, Peter Du a French minister

“Index refertissimus in Galeni libros,” Brasavola, Antonius Musa a famous physician

Died: Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“The Perth Assembly,” Calderwood, David a famous divine of the church of Scotland

Born: Chetwynd, John was the son of Dr

“Nugae Antiques.” Chetwynd, John was the son of Dr

Born: Childrey, Joshua a divine and natural philosopher

Died: Cluverius, Philip a celebrated geographer

Died: Coeffetau, Nicholas a learned Dominican

“Pro sacra monarchia ecclesiae catholic^, &c. libri quatuor Apologetici, adversus Rempublicam M. A. de Dominis, &c.” Coeffetau, Nicholas a learned Dominican

Born: Collings, John an eminent nonconformist divine

“Amphitheatrum amorum, Christ. Fonseca auctore, Curtio interprete,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Hymen’s Triumph; a pastoral tragi-comedy,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

“Funeral poem on the Death of the earl of Devon,” Daniel, Samuel an English poet and historian

Born: Does, Jacob Vander first of this family of artists

“Cypress Grove,” Drummond, William an elegant and ingenious poet

“Eadmeri monachi Cantuarensis Historiac Novorum, give sui Saeculi, Libri Sex,” Eadmer the faithful friend and historian of archbishop Anselm

Born: Elsholtz, John Sigismond an eminent Prussian botanist

Died: Favour, John who

“An answer to Mr. Fisher the Jesuit, &c. in a dialogue,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“A Dialogue about this question, Where was your church before Luther?” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Anatomise Theatrum triplici effigie designatum,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Hypomnemata politica,” Forstner, Christopher an Austrian lawyer

Died: Freitag, John a learned physician

“Opera Omnia ab ipso recognita,” Germon, Anastasius an eminent lawyer

Born: Goldman, Nicholas a mathematician

Died: Gosson, Stephen a divine and poet

“Aristotelis de Poetica liber Latine conversus, et analytica methodo illustratus,” Goulston, Theodore an eminent English physician in the seventeenth century

“Oratio qua auspicatissimum sereniss. princ. Caroli reditnm ex Hispaniis celebravit G. H. acad. Cantab. Orator,” Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

“Lectures on John iv.” Hildersham, Arthur a very eminent and learned puritan divine

Born: Horton, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

Born: Jenkins, Sir Leoline a learned civilian and able statesman

“Cornucopias Floras Giessensis,” Jungerman, Godfrey a native of Leipsic

Born: Laboureur, John Le a French historian and antiquary

“A Saxon treatise concerning the Old and New Testament; written about the time of king Edgar, (700 years ago) by >Elfricus Abbas, thought to be the same that was afterwards archbishop of Canterbury,” Lisle, William an English antiquary

“The Life of St. Teresa,” Matthew, Tobias eldest son of the preceding

Born: Meninski, Franciscus A Mesgnien a most celebrated German orientalist

“Qusestiones celeberrimse in Genesim, cum accurata textus explicatione: in quo volumine athei & deisti impugnantur,” Mersenne, Marin a learned French writer

“Instruction & la France sur la verit de l'histoire des freres de la Rose-croix,” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Nicaise, Claude a celebrated French antiquary ia the seventeenth century

“Whalley,” Orobio, Balthasar a famous Spanish Jew

“Zodiacus vitæ Christianæ,” Palingenius, Marcellus an Italian poet

Born: Pascal, Blaise a French mathematician and philosopher

Born: Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Discours de la Nature, Causes, et Remedes, tant curatifs que prevservatifs, des maladies populaires, accompagnees de Dysenteric et autres Flux de Ventre,” Pois, Charles Le son of the preceding

“The King’s Tower and Triumphal Arch of London,” Purchas, Samuel a learned English divine

“Eleven Sermons on Romans viii.” Randall, John an English divine

“History of the Turks,” Ricaut, Sir Paul an English traveller

Died: Richer, Peter De Belleval an ingenious French botanist

“Panegyricus in laudem B. Thomse de Villanova,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“Encomium S. Isidori,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Died: Schurman, Anna Maria A a most learned German lady

“Arguments about Tithes,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Died: Sprangher, Bartholomew a German painter

“Dicta Poetarum,” Stobæus, John an ancient Greek writer

Born: Turretin, Francis son to the preceding

“Opusculorum St. Francisci Libri tres,” Wadding, Luke an eminent Irish Roman catholic

“The sum of a Disputation between Mr. Walker, pastor of St. John the Evangelist, and a Popish priest, calling himself Mr. Smith, but indeed Norris,” Walker, George an eminent Puritan divine

Died: White, Thomas founder of Sion college (1546–?)

1624

“Treatise of perpetual visibility and succession of the true Church in all ages,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“Delicia? Atticae,” Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

“Heraclius Saxonicus, &c.” Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

“Delia Tribolazione e suoi rimedii,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

“Bambace e seta, idillio,” Argoli, John son of the former

Born: Baldinucci, Philip of Florence

“Letters,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Adversaria,” Barthius, Caspar a very learned and voluminous writer

Died: Bauhin, Gaspard brother of the preceding

Died: Beaumont, Francis third son of Francis

Born: Berchem, Nicolas an eminent artist

Died: Bishop, William vicar apostolical in England

“A table of his principles, or a key of his writings,” Bœhmen, Jacob a noted visionary

“Nero Cæsar, or Monarchic depraved. An historicall worke, dedicated with leave to the duke of Buckingham, lord-admiral,” Bolton, Edmund an ingenious writer and antiquary

“Letiere Famigliari,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Orazione &c. per dirizzare una Statua a Celio Ricchiero Rodigino,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Lezione sopra im Sonetto del Petrarca,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Discorso del modo di ben formare a questo tempo una Tragedia,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Discorso sopra la sua Impresa neli' Accademia Filarmonica,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Comentario sopra la legge dell' Senato Veneta, &c.” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Arithmetica Logarithmica,” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

“Arithmetica Logarithmica, &c.” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

“Venantius Fortunattis,” Brower, Christopher a learned Jesuit

“A Censure of Simony,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“If either Spotswood, or his supposed author, persist in their calumny after this declaration, 1 shall try if there be any blood in their foreheads.” Calderwood, David a famous divine of the church of Scotland

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

Died: Carpzovius, Benedict the first of a learned family in Germany

“Vindicatio Patris, &c.” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Commentaries upon Virgil,” Cerda, John Lewis a Spanish Jesuit

Died: Cesarini, Virginio a very accomplished Italian scholar

Born: Chaise, Francis De La a Jesuit of uncommon abilities

Died: Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

Born: Dickinson, Edmund a celebrated physician and chemist

Died: Dod, John usually styled the Decalogist

Born: Erskine, Henry a Scotch divine

Died: Escobar, Bartholomew a pious and learned Jesuit

“De formatrice foetus adversus Ludovicum du Gardin, &c.” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“The Romish Fisher caught in his own net,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Reply to Fisher’s answer to some questions propounded by king James,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Fisher’s folly unfolded,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Catalogus protestantium before Luther,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

Born: Fox, George founder of the society of quakers

Died: Fronton, Du Due known by the name of Fronto Duc.Eus

“Theoriques of the Planets, together with the making of two Instruments for Seamen, For finding out the Latitude without Sun, Moon, or Stars, invented by Dr. Gilbert,” Gilbert, William a learned physician

Died: Golius, James professor of Arabic at Leyden

“Endymion,” Gombauld, John Ogier De a French poet

“Gunter’s scale;” Gunter, Edmund an English mathematician

Born: Hamel, John Baptists Du a very learned French philosopher and divine

Born: Higgons, Sir Thomas son of Dr

“Index generalis sanct, Patrum ad singulos versus cap. v. secundum Matthseum, &c.” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

Born: Jonsius, John a learned philological writer

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

“The horoscope of the first-born son of the most illustrious prince, Adolphus Frederic, duke of Mecklenburg,” Kirchman, John a learned German

“De Scorbuto Epistolae duae,” Langius, John an eminent physician

“Nepenthes Homeri, sen de abojendo luctu,” Lasena, Peter a learned Italian

Born: Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Born: Lubin, Augustin an Augustine friar

Born: Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

“Cantilenas intellectuals,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

Died: Mariana, John a Spanish historian

“St. Augustine’s Confessions,” Matthew, Tobias eldest son of the preceding

“A History of the memorable Events which happened in the reign of Henry the Great,” Matthieu, Peter a French historian

Born: Moine, Stephen Le a very learned French minister of the Protestant religion

“An Answer to the late Gagger of the Protestants,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

“Lettres du Cardinal D'Ossat,” Ossat, Arnaud D' a celebrated cardinal

Born: Pagi, Anthony a famous Cordelier

“Psedagogus Cliriftianus de quinque religion is capitibus,” Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

“Oratio in obit won J. Piscatoris,” Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

Born: Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul a French academician

Born: Pool, Matthew a learned Nonconformist

“Job Militant, with meditations divine and moral,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“The great Mystery of Godliness,” Randall, John an English divine

Born: Rocaberti, John Thomas De a celebrated general of the Dominicans

“De Scriptoribus Flandrise, libri tres,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“De Gandavensibus eruditionis fama claris,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“De Brugensibus eruditionis fama claris,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Born: Segrais, John Renaud De a French poet

“History of Virginia, NewEngland, and the Summer Isles,” Smith, John commonly called Capt. John Smith

“Julii Caesaris Portus Iccius illustratus a Somnero, Du Fresne, et Gibson,” Somner, William an eminent English antiquary

Born: Streater, Robert an English painter

Born: Sydenham, Thomas a very eminent physician

Born: Taylor, Silas an able English antiquary

Died: Tombes, John one of the most learned Baptist divines of the seventeenth century

“Gustavi Seleni Enodatio Steganographiæ J. Trithemii,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

“Apocalypsis chymica,” Valentine, Basil is the name

“Manifestatio artificiorum,” Valentine, Basil is the name

“Currus triumphalis antimonii,” Valentine, Basil is the name

Born: Varillas, Anthony a French writer

“Fisher’s folly unfolded, or the vaunting Jesuit’s challenge answered,” Walker, George an eminent Puritan divine

“Schola Moralis Philosophise Oxon. in funere Whiti pullata,” White, Thomas founder of Sion college (1546–?)

“The use of the proportional Rules in Arithmetic and Geometry; also the use of Logarithms of numbers, with those of sines and tangents;” Wingate, Edmund

“Run from Rome; or, The necessity of separating from that Church,” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

“De reconciliatione peccatoris, &c.” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

“The Elements of Architecture,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1625

“Disputatio de Zoophytis;” Ager, Nicholas professor of medicine and botany at Strasbourg

“Discorso intorno alia preservatione del morbo contagioso, e mortale, che regna al presente in Palermo, tkc.” Alaymo, Mark Anthony a celebrated physician of Sicily

“Rerum patriae, seu Historise Mediolanensis libri quatuor,” Alciati, Andrew a celebrated and learned lawyer

“Disputatio de rabie contagiosa,” Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

Born: Aubrey, John an eminent English antiquary

“A History of the Revolt of Bohemia against the Emperors Matthias and Ferdinand,” Aurelio, Louis a native of La Perousa

Born: Auria, Vincent born at Palermo

“Censura Gallica in Jus Civile Romanum,” Automne, Bernard advocate of the parliament of Bourdeaux

Born: Baker, Thomas an eminent mathematician in the seventeenth century

Died: Barlowe, William son of the above

“Enchiridion physicum,” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

Born: Bates, William an eminent nonconformist divine of the seventeenth century

“Rerum Gallicarum Coramentaria, ab. A. 1462 usque ad A. 1566,” Beaucaire De Peguilon, Francis in Latin Belcarius Plguilio

“Notitia ehorographica episcopatuum Gallix,” Bertius, Peter cosmographer and historiographer to Louis XIII. of France

Born: Blancard, Nicholas a classical editor

“Commentary on the Pentateuch” Bonfrerius, James a learned Jesuit and commentator

“Lezione sopra un altro Sonetto del Petrarca,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“De Piacere della mente Christiana,” Borromeo, Frederic cousin german to the preceding

Died: Brooke, Ralph York herald

Died: Caccia, William an artist

“Geography,” Carpenter, Nathaniel an English clergyman o great learning and parts

Died: Caxes, Eugenio a Spanish artist

“De conjectandis cuj usque moribus et latitantibus animi affectibus semeiotice moralis, seu de signis libri decem,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“Notse in moralem suam semeioticam, seu de signis,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Died: Chokier, John Ernest De the brother of Erasmus de Surlet

“Specimen candoris Heidemanni,” Chokier, John Ernest De the brother of Erasmus de Surlet

Born: Cinelli, John a physician at Florence

Born: Commire, John a Jesuit

Born: Corneille, Thomas brother to the preceding

“Pefensio ecclesiae Anglicanse contra M. Anton, cle Dominis archiepisc. Spalatensis injurias,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“Memoirs.” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Born: Davies, Johin a translator of some note in the seventeenth century

Died: Dempster, Thomas a man of considerable learning and singular character

Born: Denton, John an English divine

Born: De Witt, John the famous pensionary of Holland

Born: Dolben, John archbishop of York

Born: Domat, John a French lawyer

Died: Dominis, Mark Antony De archbishop of Spalato in Dalmatia

Born: Durel, John a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Emmius, Ubbo a learned professor of Groningen

Died: Eudæmon, John Andrew a learned Jesuit

“Index Rhetoricus Scholis et Institutioni tenerioris Ætatis accommodatus,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

Born: Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Catholique d'Etat,” Ferrier, Jeremy a protestant minister and professor of divinity at Nismes

“An Answer to nine points of Controversy proposed by king James I. with the censure of Mr. White’s reply,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

Died: Fletcher, John an English dramatic writer

Born: Fontaine, Nicholas a voluminous French writer

“Bibliotheca ordinis Minorum,” Francis Of Assisi a celebrated saint of the Romish church

Born: Gourville, John Herauld De a French politician

Born: Guillet, De Saint George, Guy a French historian

Born: Helvetius, John Frederic a physician

Born: Herbelot, Bartholomew D' an eminent Orientalist of France

Died: Herrera Tordesillas, Antonio De a Spanish historian of great fame

Born: Hill, Joseph an English divine and lexicographer

Died: James I. king of England

“Manuduction, or Introduction unto Divinity, &c.” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Humble and earnest Request to the Church of England, for and in the behalf of books touching Religion,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Explanation or enlarging of the Ten Articles in his Supplication lately exhibited to the clergy of the church of England,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Anti-Possevinus, sive Concio habita ad Clerum in Acad. Oxon. an. 1625, in 2 Tim. iv. 13.” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Mysteria Politica,” Keller, James was born in 1568

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

Born: Lee, Samuel an English nonconformist divine

Died: Leschassier, James an able lawyer

Born: Linglebach, John a Dutch painter

Born: Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

Born: Lodge, Thomas, M. D. a dramatic poet

Died: Lubbert, Sibrand a learned protestant divine

Born: Maratti, Carlo one of the most admired painters of the Italian school

“The Penitent Banduto, or the History of the Conversion and Death of the most illustrious Lord Signor Troilo Savelli, a baron of Rome,” Matthew, Tobias eldest son of the preceding

Born: Minellius, John a Dutch grammarian

Born: Montague, Edward eari of Sandwich

Born: Morin, Stephen a learned French protestant

Born: Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

“Apologie pour les grands hommes soupgonnes de magie.” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Nicole, Peter a celebrated French divine

“England; an intended guyde for English travailers, &c.” Norden, John an industrious topographer

Born: Owtram, William a learned English divine

“Memoires de l'Histoire de Lyon,” Paradin, William a French historian

“Qusestionum Medicarum paradoxarum et eudoxarum Centuria posthuma,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“Ludovici Mercati Institutiones ad usum et examen eorum qui artem luxatoriam exercent,” Pois, Charles Le son of the preceding

Born: Potter, Paul an excellent landscape painter (16251654)

“Lectiones decem de totidem Religionis Capitibus, praecipue hoc tempore controversis, prout publice habebantur Oxoiiiae in Vesperiis,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

Born: Resenius, Peter John probably of the same family as the preceding

Died: Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

“Emendationes in Q. Curtium,” Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

Died: Sacchini, Francis a celebrated Jesuit

“Commentaria in. primam partem primi libri Canonis Avicennae,” Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“Hagiologium Flandrise,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“Elogia Cardinalium sanctitate, doctrina, et armis illustrium,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Born: Schrevelius, Cornelius a Dutch commentator

“Answer to the Jewish Part of Mr. Selden’s History of Tythes,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Spanheim, Ezekiel a very learned writer

Died: Spigelius, Adrian an eminent medical writer

Born: Stanley, Thomas an accomplished scholar and poet

“Cambrensium Caroleia,” Vaughan, William a Latin poet and moral writer

“De Ratione et Methodo legendi Historias Dissertatio,” Wheare, Degory Camdenian professor of history at Oxford (?–1647)

“The Debt-Book; or a treatise upon. Romans xiii. 8. wherein is handled the civil debt of money or goods,” Wilkinson, Henry one of four divines of the name of Wilkinson

1626

“The Life of St. Geselin,” Achard bishop of Avranches in Normandy

Died: Alemanni, Nicholas an antiquary of great learning

“Observationes juris,” Amaia, Francis a Spanish lawyer of great reputation in his country

“De Incarnatione Verbi,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Italia liberata,” Andreas, Onuphrius a Neapolitan poet

“Endymion,” Argoli, John son of the former

Born: Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

Died: Aselli, Gaspar a physician of Cremona

“Directions for Health, natural and artificial, with medicines for all diseases of the Eye,” Baley, Walter an English physician

“Britannia triumphans,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“Sphinx Theologica, seu Musica Templi, ubi discordia concurs,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“Lycaeum morale, politicum, et poeticum,” Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

Born: Bigot, Emeric an eminent patron of literature

Born: Borrichius a very learned physician

Born: Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

Born: Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Born: Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

Died: Brill, Paul an excellent artist

“De innato calido, et naturali spiritu, in quo pro veritate rei Galeni doctrina defenditur,” Bronzerio, John-Jerom an Italian physician

“Antiquities and Annals of Treves,” Brower, Christopher a learned Jesuit

“A Plea to an Appeal, traversed Dialoguewise,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

Died: Calamy, Edmund an eminent nonconformist divine in the seventeenth century

“Theological Lectures,” Cameron, John one of the most famous divines of the seventeenth century

“Examination of those things wherein the Author of the late Appeal (Montague afterwards bishop of Chichester) holdeth the Doctrine of Pelagians and Arminians, to be the Doctrines of the Church of England,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“Vita Bernardi Gilpini, viri sanctiss. farnaque apud Anglos aquilonares celeberrimi,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“Adversaria Sacra,” Cerda, John Lewis a Spanish Jesuit

“Apologia pro Anti-Tychone suo adversus Hypcraspiten Joannis Kepleri,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Christina queen of Sweden

Born: Cole, William an English botanist

Born: Coventry, William youngest son of the preceding

“Compendium Grammatica; Hebraicae,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

“Antiqui chronologi quatuor,” Falco a historian of Benevento

“The Sum of saving Knowledge,” Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

Died: Felton, Nicholas an English prelate

Died: Ferrier, Jeremy a protestant minister and professor of divinity at Nismes

“Philosophia Sacra et vere Christiana, seu Meteorologia Cosmica,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Mediclna Cathotica, sen, Mysticum artis Medicandi Sacrarium,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

Born: Furstemberg, Ferdinand De an eminent prelate

Died: Gething, Richard a curious penman

“Admiranda Ethicae Theologicae Mysteria propalata, de antiquissima veterum nationum superstitione, qua lapis Magnes pro Deo habitus colebatur,” Herwart, John George chancellor of Bavaria at the beginning of the seventeenth century

“Apologia Basilica; seu Machiavelli ingenium examinatum,” Home, David was a protestant minister of a distinguished family in Scotland

Died: Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

Born: Howard, Sir Robert an English writer of some abilities and learning

“Specimen Corruptelarum poutificiorum in Cypriano, Ambrosio, Greg. Magno, &c.” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

Died: Lake, Arthur a pious English prelate

“Six Books of sacred Chronology,” Lansberg, Philip a mathematician

Died: Lesdiguieres, Francis De Bonne, Duke De peer

Died: Maccaghwell, Hugh who in his Latin works called himself Cavellus

“La Murtoleide,” Marini, John Baptist a once celebrated Italian poet

Born: Mather, Samuel eldest son of the preceding

“Cleopatra, a tragedy,” May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

“Plea to an Appeale,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

“Testis Veritatis,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

“Ibis ad Caesarem,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

“Pelagius Redivivus; or, Pelagius raked out of the ashes by Arminius and his scholars,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

Born: Neercassel, John De a celebrated bishop of the catholics in Holland

Born: Noldius, Christian an eminent Danish divine (?–1683)

Died: Norden, John an industrious topographer

Born: Oldenburg, Henry who wrote his name sometimes Grubendol

“The Running Register; recording a true relation of the state of the English colleges, seminaries, and cioysters of all forraigne parts. Together with a brief and compendious discourse of the lives, practices, couzenage, impostures and deceits of all our English monks, friars, Jesuits, and seminarie priests in general,” Owen, Lewis a controversial writer against the Jesuits

Born: Pajon, Claude a French Protestant divine

Born: Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

Died: Piscator, John a protestant German divine

“Father Paul’s History of the Quarrels of Pope Paul V. with the State of Venice,” Potter, Christopher nephew to the preceding (15911646)

“Orationes novem inaugurates de totidem Theologiae apicibus, prout in promotione Doctorum Oxoniae publice proponebantur in Comitiis,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

Died: Procaccini, Julius Cæsar an eminent artist

Born: Quintinie, John De La a famous French gardener

Born: Rance', Dom. Armand John Le Bouthillier De the celebrated abbe and reformer of the monastery of La Trappe

Born: Redi, Francis an ancient Italian scholar and physician

“Jmperatoris Justiniani defensio adversus Alemannum,” Ryves, Sir Thomas son of John Ryves of Damery Court

Born: Sallo, Denis De a French writer

Born: Seckendorf, Virus Louis De a very learned German

Born: Sevigne', Mary De Rabutin, Lady De Chantal And Bourbilly, And Marchioness De was the only daughter of Celse Benigne de Rabutin

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

Died: Theophile a celebrated French poet

Died: Thorius, Raphael whether of the same family with the preceding we know not

“The Golden Fleece,” Vaughan, William a Latin poet and moral writer

“Eadem concio,” Ward, Samuel master of Sidney-Sussex college

“Archiepiscoporum Cassiliensium et Tuamensium Vitae, duobis expressae commentariolis,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“Fasti Danici,” Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

“An answer to a book, entitled Appello Coesarem, written by Mr. Richard Mountague,” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

“The art of Logick,” Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

1627

“A narrative containing the true cause of his sequestration and disgrace at Court: in two parts, written at Ford in Kent,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“Laurifolia, sive poematum juvenilium apparatus,” Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

Born: Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

Born: Bagshaw, William a nonconformist minister

Died: Balbuena, Bernard De a Spanish poet

Born: Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

Died: Bennet, Sir John knt. grandfather to the preceding

Born: Beregani, Nicholas, Count an Italian author of the seventeenth century

Born: Bering, Vitus a Latin poet

“Abstract and Epitome of the Bible.” Bernard, Richard an English divine of the seventeenth century

“De jure eligendi reges et principes,” Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

Died: Beyerlinck, Laurence a voluminous author

Born: Binning, Hugh a Scotch divine

“Nouvelles heroiques,” Boisrobert, François Metel De of the French academy

“Cistercii reflorescentis Historia,” Bona, John an eminent cardinal of the church of Rome

“Syndromus rerum Turcico-Pannonicarum,” Bonfinius, Anthony an historian of the fifteenth century

“De Romanae Historian Scriptoribus excerpta ex Bodino, Vossio et aliis,” Bonifacio, Balthasar the son of a lawyer of the same name

Born: Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

Died: Boyd, Robert an eminent Scotch divine

“The baiting of the Pope’s Bull,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Achitophel or the picture of a wicked Politician, in three parts,” Carpenter, Nathaniel an English clergyman o great learning and parts

Died: Carpenter, Richard confounded by Langbaine with the former

“De Formato Fcetu,” Casserius, Julius a distinguished anatomist

Died: Cesi, Bartholomew an artist born in 1556

“Dispensatorium pharmacorum omnium,” Cordus, Valerius son of the preceding

“Collection of Private Devotions,” Cosin, John an English prelate

Born: Cousin, Lewis president of the Mint

“Apocalypsis S. Joanna Syriace ex manuscripto exemplari bibliothecce Jos. Scaligeri edita, &c.” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

Born: Estrades, Godfrey, Count D' marshal of France

“Concio Latina ad Baccalaureos die cinerum in Coloss. ii. 8.” Fell, Samuel, D. D. a learned divine

“De Veterum acclamationibus et plausu libri septem,” Ferrari, Francis Bernardine of the same family with the former

“Of Law, or a Discourse thereof,” Finch, Henry of the family of the lord keeper

Born: Fisher, Edward supposed by Wood to be the son of sir Edward Fisher

Born: Flavel, John a very popular nonconformist divine

Born: Gadbury, John one of the astrological impostor* of the seventeenth century

Born: Galle, Servatius a Dutch writer

Died: Germon, Anastasius an eminent lawyer

Born: Gregory, David elder brother of the preceding

“An Apology or Declaration of the Power and Providence of God in the Government of the World, proving that it doth not decay, &c.” Hakewill, George a learned English divine

Born: Hall, John an English poet of some note

Died: Hayward, Sir John an English historian

“Index librorum prohibitorum a pontificiis, Oxford,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Moral Dissertations” Libanius a celebrated sophist of antiquity

Born: Littleton, Adam a learned scholar

Born: Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“Annales Ordinis Praedicatorum,” Malvenda, Thomas a learned Dominican

“Letters,” Marini, John Baptist a once celebrated Italian poet

“Clavis Apocalyptica ex innatis & insitis visionum characteribus eruta et demonstrata,” Mede, Joseph a learned -English divine

Born: Milner, John a learned English divine

Born: Molinos, Michael a Spanish priest

“Avis pour dresser une Bibliotheque,” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

“The Poem of Musseus upon the Loves of Hero and Leander, with notes,” Pareus, Daniel son of the preceding

“Oratio pro linguæ Arabicæ professione, publice ad academicos habita in Schola Theologica universitatis Oxon. 25 Oct. 1626,” Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

“Opus de doctrina Temporum,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

“Purchas his Pilgrim or Microcosmos, or The Historie of Man,” Purchas, Samuel a learned English divine

“Martial,” Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

“Gandavium, sive rerum Gandavensium libri sex,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“De claris sanctitate et eruditione Antoniis,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Died: Savary, Francis seigneur de Breves

“Doctrinæ Triangulorum Canonicæ,” Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

“Tobacco,” Thorius, Raphael whether of the same family with the preceding we know not

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

Died: Wentworth, Thomas the supposed author of a law work of great reputation and authority

Born: Werenfels, Samuel an eminent protestant divine

“Sermons;” Wren, Matthew a learned bishop of Ely

1628

“De Pestis cognitione, praevisione, et remediis,” Ader, William a physician of Toulouse

“Græcia in nuce, seu lexicon novurn omnium Græcae lingua primogeniarum,” Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

Died: Allibond, Peter father of the preceding

“Anti-barbarus Biblicus,” Amama, Sixtinus professor of the Hebrew tongue in the university of Franeker

“Aci,” Andreas, Onuphrius a Neapolitan poet

“A volume of Sermons,” Andrews, Lancelot an eminent divine

Born: Artalis, Joseph an Italian poet

“Observationes ad Joannis Papon is arresta” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

“Systema physicum,” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

Died: Beaumont, Sir John *an English poet

Born: Blankof, John Teunisz a painter of great abilities

Born: Bouhours, Dominick a celebrated French critic

“Tractatus quidam logici de praedicabilibus et proedicamentis,” Brerewood, Edward a learned mathematician and antiquary

Born: Bunyan, John author of the justly-admired allegory of the “Pilgrim’s Progress

“Pilgrim’s Progress,” Bunyan, John author of the justly-admired allegory of the “Pilgrim’s Progress

“A Tryal of private Devotions, or a Dyal for the Hours of Prayer,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Israel’s Fast; or, Meditations on the 7th Chapter of Joshua,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Seven Vials, or an Exposition on the loth and 16th Chapters of the Revelations,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

Died: Carew, George brother to Richard

“A joynt Attestation, avowing that the Discipline of the Church of England was not impeached by the Synod of Dort,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

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

Born: Charnock, Stephen son of Richard Charnock an. attorney

“De tribus novis stellis, quse annis 1572, 1600, et 1604, comparuere,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Cignani, Carlo an eminent artist

Died: Denison, John an English divine and theological writer

“Grammatica trilinguis, Hebraica, Syriaca, et Chaldaica,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

Died: Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

“Poetica Hebraica,” Ebertus, Theodore a learned* professor at Francfort upon Oder

“Elogia Jurisconsultorum et politicorum centum illustrium, qui Sanctam Hebraeam Linguam aliasque ejus propagines orientales propagarunt, auxerunt, promoverunt,” Ebertus, Theodore a learned* professor at Francfort upon Oder

“Institutio* ling. Syriacae,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

“Exercitationes duae de tempore humani partus et de numero puerperii,” Fabrot, Charles Annibal a very learned lawyer and scholar

“Epitome de las historias Portuguesas, desde il diluyio hasta el anno 1628,” Faria De Sousa, Emanuel one of the most celebrated historians and poets of his nation in the seventeenth century

Born: Foscarini, Michael a Venetian historian

Born: Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

Born: Gerberon, Gabriel a famous writer in favour of Jansenism

“Tractatus de Polypo Narium affectu gravissimo,” Glandorp, Matthias a German physician

Died: Goulart, Simon a protestant divine

“De Officiis domtis Augustae, publicse et privates,” Gouthier, James in Latin Gu­Theriusi

Died: Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

Born: Grew, Nehemiah the first and most universal vegetable anatomist and physiologist of this country

Born: Herbst, John Andreas an eminent practical and theoretical German musician

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

“Translation of Thucydides,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Exposition of the Lord’s Prayer,” King, Henry bishop of Chichester in the seventeenth century

Born: Lambecius, Peter a very learned writer

Born: Lancrinck, Prosper Henry an artist of the English school

Died: Ley, Sir James an eminent lawyer in the early part of the seventeenth century

“Tractatus de dente aureo,” Lid Del, Duncan professor of mathematics

Born: Luxembourg, Francis Henry De Montmorenci, Duke Of a very celebrated general and mareschal of France

“A Collection of Latin Speeches,” Majoragius, Mark Antony so named from a village in the territory of Milan

Born: Malpighi, Marcellus an Italian physician and anatomist

Died: Malvenda, Thomas a learned Dominican

“An Abridgement of the Roman History, from Julius Caesar to Constantine the Great,” Metochita, Theodore of Constantinople

“Isaiah,” Oleaster, Jerome a learned Portuguese Dominican of the sixteenth century

“Arithmetics in numeris et speciebus institutio, quae turn logisticae turn analytics, atque totius mathematics clavis est.” Oughtred, William an English divine

“The unmasking of all popish monks, friars, and Jesuits; or, a treatise of their genealogy, beginnings, proceedings, and present state,” Owen, Lewis a controversial writer against the Jesuits

Died: Palma, Jacob the Young

Born: Papenbroch, Daniel a native of Antwerp

Born: Perrault, Charles younger brother to the preceding

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

“Bavaria Pia,” Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

Born: Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

Died: Sanchez, Gaspar a learned Jesuit

“Synopsis Criticorum.” Sanchez, Gaspar a learned Jesuit

Born: Santeul, Claude brother of the preceding

“The Mystery of Godliness,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

“Athenæ Belgicse,” Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

Born: Temple, Sir William a very eminent statesman and writer

“Directions for a godly life, especially for communicating at the Lord’s Tahle,” Tozer, Henry a learned divine who deserves to be recorded as a rare specimen of a doctrinal puritan

“Tract of the sovereign judge of controversies,” Verneuil, John a French refugee

“De prttsulibus Lageniae, sive provincise Dubliniensis, lib. unus,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“Disquisitiones de Hibernia.” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“Parentatid Historica: sive, Commemoratio vitae et mortis V. C. Guliel. Camdeni Clarentii, facta Oxonise irt Schola Historicæ 12 Nov. 1626,” Wheare, Degory Camdenian professor of history at Oxford (?–1647)

“Dedicatio Imaginis Camdenianse in Schola Historica, 12 Nov. 1626,” Wheare, Degory Camdenian professor of history at Oxford (?–1647)

1629

“De situ Daniae et reliquarum trans Daniam regionum natura,” Adam Of Bremen so called because he was a canon of that church

“De Anima Vegetativa,” Ager, Nicholas professor of medicine and botany at Strasbourg

Died: Agostino, Paul of Valerano

“Difesa dell' Adone, poema del Cavalier Marino,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

“Eustathius Antiochenus in hexameron, et de Engastrimytho,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Born: Ameline, Claude a French ecclesiastic

“Antisynodalia,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

Died: Andrews, Lancelot an eminent divine

“Epistola ad Hippolytum a collibus.” Arminius, James founder of the sect of Arminians (15601609)

Born: Arnu, Nicholas was born at Merancourt

Died: Atkyns, Richard a typographical author

Born: Bagshaw, Edward son of the preceding

“Carmen panegyricum Henrico Ottoni Fuggero vellere aureo donate,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Died: Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“A commentary, or exposition on the third chapter of Amos, &c.” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

“Le point du Jour, ou Traite du Commencement des Jours et de l'endroit ou il est etabli sur la terre,” Bergier, Nicolas

Died: Bertius, Peter cosmographer and historiographer to Louis XIII. of France

Died: Besler, Basil a botanist

Born: Beverini, Bartholomew a learned Italian of the seventeenth century

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

Born: Bois, Gerard Du of the Oratory

“Histoire Indienne d‘Anaxandre et d’Orasie;” Boisrobert, François Metel De of the French academy

Died: Bollandus, John a learned Jesuit

“Poemata,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

Died: Brandmuller, James son of the preceding

“Tomus alter et idem; or the History of the life and reign of that famous princess Elizabeth, &c.” Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

“Truth’s Triumph over Trent, or the great Gulph between Sion and Babylon,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“The Life of Bernard Gilpin, a man most holy and renowned amongthe Northerne English,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Died: Castelli, Bernard an eminent painter of history and portrait

“De Virginitate,” Cerrati, Paul a lawyer and Latin poet

Born: Commelin, John a distinguished botanist

Born: Conti, Armand De Bourbon prince of

“Poematum libri tres,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“The Lawyer’s Light; or, due direction for the study of the Law,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Died: Duret, Louis born of a noble family at Beaug6-laville

Born: Edwards, Jonathan an English divine and able writer against Socinianism

“Florilcgium Epigrammatum Graecorum, eorumque Latino versu a variis redditorum,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

Died: Field, Richard an eminent English divine

“Pro sua de anijnatione fcetds tertia die opinione Apologia, adversus Antonium Ponce Santa Cruz, Regis Hispaniarmn Medicum Cubicularem, &c.” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“Sophias cum Moria certamen, in quo lapis Lydius, a falso structore Patre Marino Mersenno Monacho reprobatus, celeberrima voluminis sui Babylonici in Genesim figmenta accuratæ examinat.” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Summum Bonorum, quod est verum Magiae, Cabalae, Alchymije, Fratrum Roseug Crucis Verorum, subjectum: in dictarum scientiarum laudem, in insignis calumniatoris Fr. Mar. Mersenni dedecus publicatum, per Joachim. Frizium,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Notes on the Treatise of an anonymous Rabbi, concerning the life and death of Moses,” Gaulmin, Gilbert a French minor author

“History of the Inquisition,” Gentilis, Robert son of the preceding

Born: Gerbais, John a learned French ecclesiastic

Born: Gibbon, John an ancestor of the preceding

Born: Giordano, Luca an eminent artist

Died: Goff, Thomas a divine and dramatic writer

Died: Goulu, John a French writer of some note

Born: Heath, James an English historian

Born: Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

“Obsidio Bredana, sub Ambrosio Spinola,” Hugo, Herman a learned Jesuit

Born: Huygens, Christian a very celebrated mathematician and astronomer

“Libri Ebraeo Rabbinici in Bib. Bodleiana recensiti,” Jacob, Henry son of the preceding

“Sermon concerning the Eucharist, delivered on Easter- Day, in Oxford, on Matth. xxvi. ver. 26, 27, 28,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“History of the Council of Trent,” Jewel, John a learned prelate

“Rodolphine Tables;” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

“Essays on the Restitution of Astronomy,” Lansberg, Philip a mathematician

Born: Leake, Richard master-gunner of England

Died: Lemos, Thomas De a celebrated Spanish Dominican

“Erubhirn, or Miscellanies Christian and Judaical,” Lightfoot, John a learned English divine

Died: Matthew, Tobias an eminent English prelate

Born: Mead, Matthew a nonconformist divine of the seventeenth century

“Marty rologium San m ordinis S. Benedicti,” Menard, Nicholas Hugues a writer on the history of the saints

Died: Nostradamus, Michel a physician and celebrated astrologer

“Speculum Jesuiticum, or the Jesuit’s Looking-glass; wherein they may behold Ignatius (their patron) his progress, their own pilgrimage,” Owen, Lewis a controversial writer against the Jesuits

“Europe Speculum.” Owen, Lewis a controversial writer against the Jesuits

“Paradisi in Sole Paradisus terrestris, or a choice Garden of all sorts of Rarest Flowers, &c.; to which is annexed a Kitchen Garden,” Parkinson, John a celebrated old herbalist

Died: Paruta, Philip a learned antiquary

“Treatise on the Covenant,” Preston, John a celebrated divine in the beginning of the seventeenth century

Died: Rosweide, Heribert a learned ecclesiastical antiquary

“Pliniani exercitationes in Caii Julii Solini Polyhist.” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Died: Sandys, Sir Edwin second son of the preceding

Died: Schott, Andrew a very learned German

“The Essex Dove, presenting the world with a few of her olive-branches, or a taste of the works of the rev. John Smith, &c. delivered in three treatises, &c.” Smith, John an English divine

Died: Speed, John a well-known English historian

Died: Stephanus, Robert the third of that name

Died: Stephanus, Paul son of the second Henry

Died: Swert, Francis a Flemish historian and antiquary

“The True Church shewed to all men that desire to be members of the same in six books, containing the whole body of divinity,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

Born: Wren, Matthew eldest son of the preceding (?–1672)

“Elementa jurisprudent, definitionibus, regulis, et sententiisselectioribus juris civilis illustrata,” Zouch, Richard an eminent civilian

1630

“Ode di Orazio tradotte,” Abriani, Paul of Vincenza

Born: Aguirre, Joseph Saenz De a very learned man of the 17th century

Died: Aleotti, John Baptist an Italian architect

“A Map and Description of New England, with a Discourse of Plantation and the Colon es, &c.” Alexander, William a poet and statesman of Scotland

“Portuguese monarchy.” Andrada, Francis D' historiographer to Philip III. king of Spain

“Opuscula de processione spiritds sancti,” Arcudio, Peter a Greek ecclesiastic of the isle of Corfou

“Primera parte de los analesde Aragon que prosigue los de Zurita,” Argensola the name of two Spanish poets

“Commentaria de comitiis Roman. German, imp.” Arum, Dominic Van a nobleman of Friesland

Died: Aubespine, Gabriel De L' the son of William Aubespine

Died: Aubigne, Theodore Agrippa D' a very celebrated French Protestant

“A collection of Poetical pieces,” Aubigne, Theodore Agrippa D' a very celebrated French Protestant

Born: Barbadillo, Alphonsus Jerom De Salas born at Madrid

Born: Barrow, Isaac an eminent mathematician and divine of the seventeenth century

“The Angel Guardian,” Bayly, John son of the above

Born: Bemmel, William Van also a landscape painter

Died: Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bogden, Martin a favoured pupil of T

Born: Borgianni, Horatio a painter and engraver

“The English Gentleman,” 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: Breda, Peter Van a painter of landscapes and cattle

“Treatise of the Sabbath,” Brerewood, Edward a learned mathematician and antiquary

Born: Cotton, Charles an English poet

Died: Courten, William the son of a tailor at Menin

Died: Cremonini, Caesar professor of philosophy at Fer­*ara and at Padua

Died: Crespi, Daniel a Milanese

“Admiranda Chymica, Tractatulus, cum Figuris,” Deane, Edmond brother to the bishop of Ossory

“A treatise on the Promises,” Dickson, David an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

“The History of the ancient and modern estate of the principality of Wales, duchy of Cornwall, and earldom of Chester,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Died: Draudius, George a German author

Born: Ellis, Clement an English divine

“Coinmentarius ad codicem Babylouicum, seu Tractatus Thalmudicus de mensuris Templi,” Empereur, Constantine of Oppyck

“Uranologia” Eratosthenes a Greek of Cyrene

“Le dernier desespoir de la Tradition,” Ferri, Paul in Latin Ferrius

Born: Fleming, Robert a Scotch presbyterian clergyman

“Libertas Evangelica; or, a Discourse of Christian Liberty. Being a further pursuance of The Design of Christianity,” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Aurora Medicorum Galeno-chernicorum, seu de rectâ purgandi methodo è priscis sapientiæ decretis postliminio in lucem redacta,” Freitag, John a learned physician

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

“Biblia sacra expositionibus priscorum Patrum litteralibus *t mysticis illustrata,” Haræus, Francis a learned Dutch catholic divine

Died: Hardi, Alexander a French dramatist of the seventeenth century

“Protomartyr Britannus; seu Elogia sacra in conversionem et rnartyrium S. Albani,” Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

Died: Harvey, Gabriel a caustic wit of the Elizabethan period

“Calamities of Authors.” Harvey, Gabriel a caustic wit of the Elizabethan period

“The ancient Religion of the Gentiles, and causes of their errors considered. The mistakes and failures of the Heathen Priests and wise men, in their notions of the Deity and matters of Divine Worship, are examined with regard to their being destitute of Divine Revelation.” Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

Born: Hickeringill, Edmund a half-crazy kind of writer

“Problemata Theologica,” Higgs, Griffin descended from a considerable family in Gloucestershire

“Miscellanese Theses Theologies,” Higgs, Griffin descended from a considerable family in Gloucestershire

“Technogamia, or the Marriage of Arts, a comedy,” Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

Born: Howe, John a learned non-conformist divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Huet, Peter Daniel bishop of Avranches in France

“Militia equestris, antiqua et nova,” Hugo, Herman a learned Jesuit

“Sermon concerning the observation of Lent-fast,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Alexipharmacum,” Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

“Vita Gundebrandi Thorlacii,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

Born: Kale, William a painter of still life

Born: Kunckel, John a celebrated chemist

Born: Leti, Gregory a voluminous writer of history

Born: Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

Born: Lowth, Simon an English clergyman

“Via devia, the by-way,” Lynde, Sir Humphrey a learned English gentleman

Born: Maggi, Jerome an ingenious and learned man of the sixteenth century

Died: Maintenon, Madam De a very extraordinary French lady

Died: Malapert, Charles a poet and mathematician

Died: Martinius, Matthias a learned German divine of the Protestant persuasion

Died: Moyses, David a political character

“Commentarius litteralis et historicus in omnes Psalmos,” Muis, Simeon De Hebrew professor of the Royal College of France

Born: Muller, Andrew a German divine

Born: Nantueil, Robert a celebrated engraver

Died: Page, William an English divine

Born: Pelletier, Claude De one of the few who have been able to unite attention to business

“Miscellanea,” Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

Born: Petit-Pied, Nicholas a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

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

“Treatise concerning the Sacraments,” Randall, John an English divine

Born: Rousseau, James a distinguished French painter

Born: Rudbeck, Olaus one of the earliest cultivators of natural science in Sweden

“A Turkish Grammar,” Ryer, Andrew Du sieur de Malesais

Born: Sandford, Francis a herald and heraldic writer

Born: Santeul, John Baptist in Latin Santolius

“Genethliacon, sive stemma regis Jacobi,” Slater, William a learned divine and poet

“Travels in Europe, &c.” Smith, John commonly called Capt. John Smith

“Infelix Litteratus,” Spizklius, Theophilus a learned Lutheran divine

“Histoire de la Vilie & de l'Etat de Geneva,” Spon, James son of the preceding

Born: Sybrecht, John a landscape painter

Died: Tempesta, Antonio a Florentine painter

Born: Tillotson, John archbishop of Canterbury

“Illustrium viror.ucn Elogia iconibus exornata,” Tomasini, James Philip an Italian prelate and biographer

“Titus Livius Patavinus,” Tomasini, James Philip an Italian prelate and biographer

Born: Wadsworth, Thomas an eminent nonconformist

“The German Intelligencer,” Watts, William a learned sufferer during the usurpation

“Of Natural, and Artificial Arithmetic, or Arithmetic made easy,” Wingate, Edmund

Died: Yelverton, Henry a distinguished lawyer

1631

“Commentary on the third volume of Cicero’s Orations,” Abraham, Nicholas a learned Jesuit

“Ode di Pindaro, tradotte da Alessandro Adimari,” Adimari, Alexander an Italian poet

“Modo, e facile preserva, e cura di peste a beneficio de popolo di Bologna,” Ambrosini, Bartholomew was a physician of considerable eminence and professor of botany at Bologna

Born: Ashton, Thomas a clergyman in the time of the usurpation

Born: Atterbury, Lewis born about the year 1631

Born: Audran, Germain was the eldest son of Claude

Born: Backhuysen, Ludolph a very celebrated Dutch painter

“Francisco Andrew, comiti de Tilly, geniale ac praesagum carmen,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Maximilianus primus Austriacus,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Praelectio de Contagione pestifera,” Baldo

Born: Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

“Le Prince,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Poemata,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“Controversial Anatomicat,” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

“Manuductio ad veram phycologiam ex sacr. litter. &c.” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

Born: Boileau, Gilles the eldest brother of Boileau Despreaux

“Commentaries on Joshua, Judges, and Ruth,” Bonfrerius, James a learned Jesuit and commentator

Born: Bossu, Rene Le a distinguished French critic

“Granatarum encomium,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Historian Augustas Scriptores,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Certaine Sermons,” Boys, John dean of Canterbury

“The English Gentlewoman,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

Died: Buckeridge, John an eminent English prelate

“The Law and the Gospel reconciled against the Antinomians,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

Born: Cabel, Adrian Vander a painter of landscape

Died: Capaccio, Julius Cæsar a historian of the seventeenth century

“Principles of things,” Capecio, Scipio in Latin Capycius

Died: Carleton, Sir Dudley

“Histoire genealogique des Dues de Bonrgogne,” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

Died: Cotton, Sir Rohert Bruce an eminent English antiquary

“Vigilius dormitans; or, a treatise of the 5th general council held at Constantinople, ann. 553,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“Praelectiones de duobus in Theologia controversis capitibus; de Judice Controversiarum, primo; de Justitia habituali & actuali, altero,” Davenant, John bishop of Salisbury in the seventeenth century

“Dietionarium Latino-Britannicum,” Davies, John an eminent writer and antiquary

“Animadversiones in quatuor evangelia,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

“The English Lawyer, a treatise describing a method for the managing of the Laws of this Land, and expressing the best qualities requisite in the student, practiser, judges, &c.” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Died: Dolben, John archbishop of York

Born: Dornavius, Gaspar a physician

“The Covenant of Grace, or an Exposition upon Luke i. 73, 74, 75,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Died: Drayton, Michael an English poet

Born: Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“Confutatio Abarbanelis et Alscheichi in caput liii. Isaia-,” Empereur, Constantine of Oppyck

“Aureus de Peste Libellus,” Ferdinandi, Epiphanius a physician of Messagna

“A curse for Corne-horders,” Fitz-Geffrey, Charles a poetical writer of queen Elizabeth’s reign

“Apologia sedis Apostolicæ,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“The church conquerant over human wit,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“Integrum Morborum Mysterium,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“De Morborum Signis,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Opera divi jElredi, abbatis Riavallensis, Cisterciensis,” Gibbons, Richard a learned English Jesuit

“Les Mercure Jesuite, ou Recueil des pieces concernant les Jesuites,” Godefroj, James younger brother of the preceding

Born: Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

“FairEmme, a comedy,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Born: Greenham, Richard a puritan divine of considerable talents and popularity

“Biblia Sacra Arabica Sacra? Congregationis de propaganda fide jussu edita ad usuia ecclesiarum orientalium. Additis c regione Bibliis Vulgatis Latinis.” Guadagnolo, Pinup an eminent Orientalist of Italy

“Expositio Epistolse Pauli ad Ephesios,” Hanneken, Memnon a celebrated Lutheran divine

Born: Henry, Philip an eminent nonconformist

Died: Hoste a learned mathematician of Nancy

Born: Houdry, Vincent a Jesuit

Born: Huyghens, Gomarus a celebrated doctor of Louvain

“Notarum Spongia,” Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

“An Explanation of the Laws against Recusants, &c. abridged,” Keble, Joseph an English lawyer

Died: Keller, James was born in 1568

“Four Books of Geometrical Triangles,” Lansberg, Philip a mathematician

“Artis conservandi Sanitatem, libri duo, a C. D. doctore Liddelio defuncto delineati, opera et studio D. Patricii Dunaei, M. D. &c.” Lid Del, Duncan professor of mathematics

“The Fair Æthiopian,” Lisle, William an English antiquary

“Anciennes Remarques sur la Noblesse Beaiuoisme, et de plusieurs Families de France,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

Born: Lower, Richard an eminent physician and anatomist

“A pair of Spectacles for sir Humphrey Lynde,” Lynde, Sir Humphrey a learned English gentleman

Born: Mapletoft, John a very learned Englishman

“Antigone, the Theban princess, a tragedy,” May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

Died: Middleton, Sir Hugh a public-spirited man

Died: More, Dr. Henry an eminent English divine and philosopher

Born: Noris, Henry one of the most celebrated scholars of the seventeenth century

Born: Oisel, James a learned civilian

Died: Osius, Felix a celebrated orator

“A Treatise of justification of Bowing at the name of Jesus, by way of answer to an appendix against it,” Page, William an English divine

Born: Philips, Catherine an English lady once highly praised for her wit and accomplishments

Died: Pignorius, Laurence another learned Italian

Born: Puffendorf, Samuel an eminent German civilian and historian

“Argalus and Parthenia,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“History of Sampson,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“Nine-and-twenty Lectures of the Church, for the support of the same in these times,” Randall, John an English divine

Born: Richelet, Caesar Peter a French writer

Died: Richer, Edmund a learned French divine

“Quatre raisons pour lesquelles on doit quitter la religion pretendue reformee,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

Died: Ryer, Peter historiographer to the king

“Two Letters of Advice,” Sancroft, Dr. William an eminent English prelate

Died: Smith, John commonly called Capt. John Smith

Born: Stubbe, Henry an English writer of uncommon parts and learning

“Comxnentaria in qtlatuor Evangelia,” Theophylact archbishop of Achridia

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

“A discovery of Dr. Jackson’s Vanity,” Twiss, William a very learned nonconformist divine

“Swedish Intelligencer,” Watts, William a learned sufferer during the usurpation

“On Leviticus,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)

1632

“Judgment on bowing at the name of Jesus,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“Commentaries on Virgil’s Æneid,” Abraham, Nicholas a learned Jesuit

Born: Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

Died: Agucchio, John Baptista archbishop of Amasia m Natolia

“Roxana,” Alabaster, William an English divine

“Consultatio pro ulceris Syriaci nunc vagantis curatione,” Alaymo, Mark Anthony a celebrated physician of Sicily

Died: Allen, Thomas an eminent mathematician of the sixteenth century

“Theorica medicina in tabulas digesta,” Ambrosini, Bartholomew was a physician of considerable eminence and professor of botany at Bologna

“Demonstratio logicae verse,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Technometria,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

Born: Anselme, Antony a celebrated French preacher (16521737)

“Utrum detur purgatorium?” Arcudio, Peter a Greek ecclesiastic of the isle of Corfou

“A course of Philosophy,” Arriaga, Roderic De a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Bagshaw, Henry brother of the above

“La Pace Urbana,” Balducci, Francis a celebrated Italian poet of the seventeenth century

“Mercator sapiens,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

Died: Bayly, Lewis an English prelate

Born: Beale, Mary a portrait-painter in the reign of Charles II. was daughter of Mr

Born: Bebele, Balthazar a Lutheran divine

“Dubitationes in dialogum Galilaei pro terree immobilitate,” Berigard, Claude Guillermet, Slgnor De was born at Moulins in 1578

“Six Comedies, written by John Lilly, under the title of Court Comedies,” Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

Died: Bonone, Carlo an eminent artist

Died: Borromeo, Frederic cousin german to the preceding

“Sacri Ragionamenti,” Borromeo, Frederic cousin german to the preceding

“Pselli Synopsis Legum,” Bosquet, Francis bishop of Lodeve

Born: Bourdaloue, Lewis a Jesuit

“Theatrum, sive Descriptio Comitatus et Urbium Hollandiae,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Plinii Panegyricus,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

Born: Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

“Christian’s Bulwark, or the Doctrine of Justification,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

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

“Optati Libri vii. de Schismate Donatistarum, cum Notis & Emendationibus,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“De Speculo Ustorio, &c.” Cavalleri, Bonaventura an eminent Italian mathematician

“Directorium generale Uranometricum,” Cavalleri, Bonaventura an eminent Italian mathematician

“Voyages de la Nouvelle France, dite Canada,” Champlain, Samuel De born in Saintonge

Born: Chauncy, Sir Henry knt. author of the “Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire

Born: Cheffontaines, Christopher in Latin

Born: Cohorn, Memnon the Vauban of the Dutch

Born: Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

“Specimen Conjecturarum in qusedam Origenis, Ireneei, et Tertulliani Loca,” Croius, John a learned protestant clergyman in France

Born: Cumberland, Richard a very learned divine

“Satyra Menippara in sui saeculi homines inepte erudites” Cunæus, Peter a very learned lawyer

“Aclagia Britannica, authorum Britannicorum nomina, & quando floruerunt,” Davies, John an eminent writer and antiquary

“Antiqui novique Latii Orthographies,” Dausque, Claudius a learned Jesuit

Born: Flechier, Esprit the celebrated bishop of Nismes

Born: Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Disputatio Medica de morbis substantiæ et cognatis quæstionibus, contra hujus temporis Novatores et Paradoxologos,” Freitag, John a learned physician

“Disputatio Medica calidi innati essentiam juxta veteris Medicinæ & Philosophiæ decreta explicans, opposita Neotericorum et Novatorum Paradoxis,” Freitag, John a learned physician

“De Ossis natura et medicamentis opiatis Liber singularis, &c.” Freitag, John a learned physician

Born: Fulman, William an English antiquary

Born: Gallois, John a learned Frenchman

Died: Gibbons, Richard a learned English Jesuit

Died: Giggeius, Anthony a learned Italian

“Thesaurus Linguae Arabicse, seu Lexicon ArabicoLatinum,” Giggeius, Anthony a learned Italian

“Lodowick Sforza, duke of Milan,” Gomersal, Robert a divine and poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Grævius, John George a cele-. brated Latin critic

Born: Gribner, Michael Henry an eminent professor of law

Died: Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

Born: Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

“Lectures on Psalm 34,” Hildersham, Arthur a very eminent and learned puritan divine

Born: Howe, Josiah an accomplished scholar of the seventeenth century

“Description of Oakley-hole, near Wells,” Jacob, Henry son of the preceding

“Sermon concerning the times of receiving the Sacrament, and of mutual Forgiveness, delivered in Corpus Christi college at the election of a president, on 1 Cor. xi. 25.” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Apologetical Essay for the Righteousness of a miserable unhappy People, preached at St. Mary’s in Oxford on Psalm xxxvii. 25,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Epigrammata,” Johnston, Arthur was born at Caskieben

“Thaumatographia naturalis in classes decem divisa,” Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

Born: Keble, Joseph an English lawyer

Died: Lansberg, Philip a mathematician

“Itinerary,” Leland, John an eminent English antiquary

Born: Leuwenhoek, Anthony a celebrated Dutch philosopher

Born: Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

Born: Mabillon, John a very learned French writer

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

“Holland’s Leaguer, an excellent comedy, as it hath bin lately and often acted with great applause, by the high and mighty prince Charles his servants, at the private house in Salisbury court,” Marmion, Shakerley a dramatic writer

“Anti-Paraeus, sive determinatio de jure regio habita Cantabrigiae in scholis theologicis, 19 April, 1619, contra Davidem Paroeum, caeterosque reformats religionis antimonarchos,” Pareus, David a celebrated divine of the reformed religion

“Eclogae Chronologicae,” Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

“Histriornastix,” Prynne, William an English lawyer

“Synopsis Legum, versibus Grsecis edita,” Psellus, Michael Constantinus the younger

“Circulus urbanianus, sive linea a^^ive compendio descripta,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

“Instructions to his Son and Posterity,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

Born: Regis, Peter Sylvan a French philosopher

Born: Regnier De Marets a French writer

Died: Rider, John an Irish prelate

“Exposition on the Creed, and Explanation of the Articles of our Christian faith, in 73 sermons, &c.” Smith, John an English divine

Born: Spanheim, Frederic brother of Ezekiel Spanheim

“Notae in D. Cyprian, de imitate Ecclesiae,” Stephens, Jeremy a learned English divine

Born: Strauchius, Ægidius a German Luthe-an divine and mathematician

Died: Taylor, Thomas one of the most eminent and learned of the puritan divines

Born: Teissier, Anthony a learned and laborious French writer

“Vindiciae gratioe,” Twiss, William a very learned nonconformist divine

Born: Vaillant, John Foi a great medallist

Died: Wake, Isaac a learned politician

Died: Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“Hexaplaon Genesis and Exodus,” Willet, Andrew a learned divine (15621621)

Born: Wood, Anthony an eminent English antiquary and biographer

Born: Wren, Christopher a learned and illustrious English architect and mathematician

1633

“Apes Urbanæ,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Born: Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

“A fresh Suit against Roman ceremonies,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

Born: Annand, William dean of Edinburgh in Scotland

“A Relation of the kingdom of Cochin China,” Ashley, Robert a Wiltshire gentleman

“L‘Eucharistie de l’ancienne Eglise,” Aubertin, Edmund, In Latin Edmundus Albertinus a minister of the reformed church of Paris in the seventeenth century

Born: Baan, John De an eminent Dutch painter

Born: Baengius, Peter son of Eric Basngius

“The life and death of Mr. Robert Bolton,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

Born: Baudrand, Michael Anthony a celebrated French geographer

“De Ara,” Berthauld, Peter a French historian

Born: Boccone, Paolo an ingenious naturalist

Born: Brandi, Giacinto a painter

“Senator, sive de perfect! et veri Senatoris officio,” Brandt, John a learned philologer

“Trigonometria Britannica, &c.” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

“An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain; from the Nativity to the conversion of the Saxons,” Broughton, Richard a popish ecclesiastical historian

“Laudatio* funebris in obitum D. Thomae Alleni,” Burton, William another antiquary of the seventeenth century

“Oratoriae libri duo,” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

“De reformatione scientiarum,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

Born: Cassagnes, James a doctor of divinity

“Observations sur la vie et la condamnation du mareschal de Marillac,” Chatelet, Paul Hay, Lord Of a gentleman descended froman ancient family in Bretany

“Difesa di Scipioni Chiaramonti, &c.” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Ciampini, John Justin a learned Italian

“Conanti nihil est difficile.” Conant, Dr. John a learned English divine

Born: Cradock, Zachary said to be brother to the preceding

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

Died: Crespi, John Baptist an artist

Born: Crewe, Nathaniel bishop of Durham

Died: Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Terra et aqua, seu terrae fiuctuantes,” Dausque, Claudius a learned Jesuit

“The Journals of all the Parliaments during the reign of queen Elizabeth, both of the House of Lords and House of Commons, collected by sir Symonds D'Ewes, of Stowhall in the county of Suffolk, knt. and bart. revised and published by Paul Bowes, of the Middle Temple, esq. 1682,” Dewailly, Charles an eminent French architect

Born: Dillon, Wentworth, Karl Of Roscommon an English poet

“The ancient History of the Septuagint; translated from the Greek of Aristeas,” Donne, John an eminent English divine and poet

“A treatise on Justification,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Born: Drelincourt, Charles the third son of the preceding

Born: Elliger, Ottomau an artist

“Versio et Notae ad Paraphrasin Joseph! Jachiadae in Danielem,” Empereur, Constantine of Oppyck

“De Florum cultura,” Ferrari, John Baptist a Jesuit of Sienna

Died: Ferrars a Warwickshire gentleman of good family

Born: Firmin, Thomas a person memorable for public benefactions and charities

Born: Flatman, Thomas an English poet

“Clavis Philosophise et Alchyrniae Fluddanse,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“The Circles of Proportion, and the Horizontal Instrument, &c.” Foster, Samuel an English mathematician

Born: Frankland, Thomas an English physician and historian of singular character

“Theatro d'Huomini Letterati.” Ghilini, Jerome an Italian writer

Born: Giordani, Vital a skilful mathematician

“Methodus Medendse Paronychia?,” Glandorp, Matthias a German physician

“Gazophylacium Polypusium Fonticulorum & Setonum Reseratum,” Glandorp, Matthias a German physician

“Certaine learned and elegant workes of the right hon. Fulke lord Brooke, written in his jouth, and familiar exercise with sir Philip Sidney,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

Died: Habert, Isaac was a learned and celebrated doctor of the society of the Sorbonne

“Illustrium ecclesiae orientalis Scriptorum Vitae et documenta,” Halloix, Peter a learned Jesuit

Born: Hanckius, Martin a learned German professor

“The Chronicle of Ireland, in two parts,” Hanmer, Meredith an English divine of a very mixed character

Born: Heidegger, John Henry a protestant divine of Switzerland

“The Temple, Sacred Poems and private ejaculations,” Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

Born: Hill, Abraham a learned English gentleman

Born: Hopkins, Ezekiel a learned and worthy prelate

“Concio habita ad Clerum Oxon. de Ecclesia, in Matth. xvi. 18,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Poemata qutedam in mortem clarissimi Viri Roberti Cottoni & Thomae Allen,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Epigrammata Arturi Johnstoni;” Johnston, Arthur was born at Caskieben

“Treatise on the Motion of the Earth and Sun,” Inchofer, Melchior a learned German

Born: Kortholt, Christian a learned professor of divinity at Kiel

“Novus Orbis,” Laet, John De an author of the seventeenth century

“Treatise of Divine promises,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Lennard, Sampson an English writer

Born: Limborch, Pinup a celebrated professor of divinity in Holland

“De incarnalione dominica,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

Born: Marchetti, Alexander a physician

“A fine Companion, acted before the King and Queen at Whitehall, and sundrie times with great applause at the private house in Salisbury-court, by the Prince his servants,” Marmion, Shakerley a dramatic writer

“The Revenge, or a Match in Newgate.” Marston, John an English dramatic author

“The Heir, a comedy, acted in 1620,” May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

Born: Menestrier, Claude Francis a Jesuit

Died: Mezerai, Francis Eudes De an eminent French historian

“An Explanation of the General Epistle of St. Jude,” Nyssenus, Gregory

“Circles of Proportion,” Oughtred, William an English divine

“Varies Lectiones,” Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

“Divine Fancies: digested into epigrammes, meditations, and observations,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

Died: Querenghi, Antony a poet of Italy

Born: Ramazzini, Bernardin an Italian physician

Died: Ricci, Michael Angelo a learned Italian ecclesiastic

“Historiae Navalis antiquae libri quatuor,” Ryves, Sir Thomas son of John Ryves of Damery Court

Died: Septalius, Louis an Italian physician of celebrity

Born: South, Robert an English divine of great parts and learning

Born: Spinoza, Benedict De an atheistical philosopher

“Notre in D. Cyprian, de bono patiemise,” Stephens, Jeremy a learned English divine

Died: Stevin, Simon a Flemish mathematician of Bruges

Born: Stratford, Nicholas a pious and learned bishop of Chester

“Prodromus Athenarum Patavinarum,” Tomasini, James Philip an Italian prelate and biographer

Born: Trommius, Abraham a learned protestant divine

Born: Vandervelde, William called The Young

Born: Vauban, Sebastian Le Prestre, Seigneur De marechal of France

“Letters,” Voiture, Vincent once celebrated as an elegant French writer

Born: Wagenseil, John Christopher a very learned German

Born: Wanley, Humphrey a literary antiquary of great learning and accuracy

“A History of Norway,” Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

“Plausus et Vota ad regem e Scotia reducem,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1634

Born: Amelot De La Houssaye, Nicholas called by some Abraham Nicholas

Born: Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

“Poesi Spirituali,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Rimas de Lupercio, i del doctor Bartolome Leonardo de Argensola,” Argensola the name of two Spanish poets

Born: Argonne, Noel, Called Dom Bonaventure D' was born at Paris in 1634

Died: Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Born: Beier, Adrian a native of Jena

Born: Bekker, Balthasar a once celebrated Dutch divine

“Carte genealogique de la royale maison de Bourbon, avec des Eloges des princes, &c.” Bernard, Charles king’s counsellor

Died: Broughton, Richard a popish ecclesiastical historian

Born: Bull, George bishop of St

“English Grammar,” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Butler, Thomas earl of Ossory

Born: Cartwright, Thomas bishop of Chester

Died: Chapman, George a dramatic poet

“Hist, du Chevalier Jaques de Lalain,” Chastelain, George a Flemish gentleman

“Hist. duChevalierJaq.de Lalain,” Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

“Want of Charity justly charged on all such Romanists as dare without truth or modesty affirm, that protestancy destroyeth salvation.” Chillingworth, William a divine of the church of England

“On the Knowledge of God,” Codrington, Robert a miscellaneous writer and translator of the seventeenth century

“Excerpta ex Polybio, Diodoro Siculo,” Constantine Vii., Porphyrogeneta son of Leo the Wise

Died: Coques, Gonzalo an esteemed painter of portraits and conversations

“S. Dionysii Areopagitae Opera omnia, Gr. et Lat. cum Scholiis, &c.” Cordes a learned editor

Died: Dandini, Jerome an Italian Jesuit

“Istoria delle Guerre civili di Francia,” Davila, Henry Catherine a celebrated historian

“Animadversiones in Acta Apostolorum,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

Born: Dodart, Denis doctor regent of the faculty of medicine at Paris

Died: Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Died: Drebel, Cornelius philosopher and alchymist

“Prodromus.” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“Chronicon Zelandiae” Eyndius Of Helmstede, James a Dutch Latin poet and historian

Died: Fabricius, William an eminent surgeon and physician

Born: Ferri, Ciro a skilful painter

“The blessed Birth-day,” Fitz-Geffrey, Charles a poetical writer of queen Elizabeth’s reign

Died: Forbes, William bishop of Edinburgh

“An Institution Trigonometrical, explaining the dimensions of plain and spherical triangles, by sines, tangents, secants, and logarithms, &c. with an Appendix concerning the use of the forestaff, quadrant, and nocturnal, in navigation,” Gellibrand, Henry professor of astronomy at Gresham-college

“Insectorum sive Minimorum Animalium Theatrum,” Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

“Sermons,” Gomersal, Robert a divine and poet of the seventeenth century

“Essays” Go Urn Ay, Mary De Jars, Lady Of a French female wit

“Libertas Veneta, seu Venetorurn in se et suos imperandi Jus.” Grasswinkel, Theodore a learned lawyer

Died: Hicks, Francis a man of learning of the sixteenth century

“Specimen Islandi.i; historicum et magna ex parte chorographicum,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

Died: Kaldi, George a learned Jesuit

Born: Lloyd, Nicholas a learned English writer in the seventeenth century

Born: Lulli, John Baptist superintendant of music to Louis XIV. was born at Florence in 1634

Born: Mauduit, Michael a divine of some eminence in France

Died: Menestrier, John Baptist Le of Dijon

Born: Meulen, Anthony Francis Vander an eminent artist

“Comus,” Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

Died: Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

“Manuale GrsEcorum vocum Novi Testamenti, deque Graecis N. Testament!, accentibus.” Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

“Eclipticus Prognostica or Foreknower of the Eclipses; teaching how, by calculation, to foreknow and foretell all sorts of Eclipses of the heavenly lights.” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

Born: Quesnel, Pasquier a celebrated French ecclesiastic

Died: Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

Died: Randolph, Thomas an English poet

“Thirty Sermons” Reynolds, Dward an English prelate of great eminence and talents

“GuJistan,” Sadi a celebrated Persian poet and moralist

“Medulla Patrum,” Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

“De successionibns in bona defuncti, secundum leges Hebraeorum,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Dubia evangelica discussa et vindicata,” Spanheim, Frederic professor of divinity at Leyden

“Observations sur la nouvelle Defense de la Version Franchise du Nouveau Testament imprime* a Mons,” Tellier, Michael a celebrated Jesuit

“Dicta et facta Christi ex quatuor evangelistis collecta,” Tozer, Henry a learned divine who deserves to be recorded as a rare specimen of a doctrinal puritan

“Savilianus in academia Oxoniensi inatheseos professor eruditissimus.” Turner, Peter son to the preceding Dr

Died: Venius, Otho, a Dutch painter of great eminence

“On the deceitfulness of man’s heart.” Verneuil, John a French refugee

Born: Vincent, Thomas a nonconformist divine of great popularity

Born: Williams, John an able divine

Born: Witte a German biographer

“Minim; rum Animaiium Theatrum,” Wotton, Edward an eminent physician

“History and Antiquities of the county of Rutland,” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

“Descriptio juris et judicii feudalis, secundum consuetudines Mediolanae et Normanniae, pro introductione ad jurisprudentiam Anglicanam,” Zouch, Richard an eminent civilian

1635

“Decas Epistolarum ad Jacobum Gaufridum,” Achillini, Claude grandson of the preceding

“Promptuarium pathologicum Novi Testamenti,” Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

Born: Alberti, Valentine professor of divinity at Leipsic

Died: Alvarez, Diego a Spanish dominican

“Christiana) Catechesis Sciographia,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Lectiones in omnes Psalmos Davidis,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Fasti Academici Studii Generalis Lovaniehsis,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

Died: Arcudio, Peter a Greek ecclesiastic of the isle of Corfou

“De jure Majestatis,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

Born: Arvieux, Laurence D' a French eastern scholar and traveller

“Epithalamion Maximiliano Boiarioe duci et Marise Austriacae,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Born: Baptist, John who was also surnamed Monnoyer

“Dessein de I'Histoire de Reims,” Bergier, Nicolas

“The Isle of Man, or legal proceeding in Man-shire against sin” Bernard, Richard an English divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Berry, Sir John a naval commander

“Republics,” Bertel, John in Latin Bertelius

Born: Betterton, Thomas a celebrated English actor

Born: Boileau, James one of the brothers of the preceding

Died: Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

“Discourse of Detraction,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“The Arcadian Princess, or the triumph of justice,” 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: Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

Born: Burnet, Dr. Thomas a most ingenious and learned writer

“Cut off those workers of iniquity whose religion is rebellion, &c.” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

Born: Calamy, Edmund eldest son of the preceding

“Practica rerum criminalium,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Cassini, John Dominic an eminent astronomer

“Geometria Indivisibilibus continuorum nova quadam ratione prornota,” Cavalleri, Bonaventura an eminent Italian mathematician

Died: Champlain, Samuel De born in Saintonge

“Plusieurs de pieces pour servir a l'Histoire,” Chatelet, Paul Hay, Lord Of a gentleman descended froman ancient family in Bretany

“Amadeida,” Chiabrera, Gabrielo an Italian poet

“Delia ‘ragione di stato libri tre, nel quale trattato da primi priticipii dedotto si suo prona la natura, le massime, e le specie cle’ governi buoni, cattivi e mascherati,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“He published some other works on law subjects and antiquities of the courts of chancery, the office of ambassador, &c. and some of controversy against the protestants, and one against the learned Samuel Marets, entitled ff Apologeticus adversus Samuel Maresii librum, cui titulus, Candela sub modio posita per clerum Romanum,” Chokier, John Ernest De the brother of Erasmus de Surlet

“The Christian’s Freedom, or the doctrine of Christian Liberty,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

“An Abstract of the Duties commanded, and sins forbidden in the Law of God,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Died: Forbes, Patrick an eminent Scotsman

Died: Garrard, Marc a Flemish painter

“Sacred Philosophy of Holy Scripture; or a Commentary on the Creed,” Gill, Alexander head master of St

Born: Goerée, William an eminent and learned bookseller

Born: Gousset, James an eminent protestant divine

Died: Gramaye, John Baptist an eminent antiquary

Born: Graverol, Francis a very eminent French antiquary and lawyer

Died: Gretser, James a learned German

Born: Hemsterhuis, Tiberius one of the most famous critics of his country

Born: Hoffman, John James professor of Greek at Bale

Born: Hooke, Robert an eminent English mathematician

Born: Huber, Ulric a native of Dockum

“Desperata causa Papatus,” Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

“De sacra Latinitate,” Inchofer, Melchior a learned German

“Archeion, or a Discourse upon the high courts of justice in England.” Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

“Select and choice Observations concerning the first twelve Cssars,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Loggan, David a very useful

Born: Lomenie, Henry Lewis De, Count De Brienne was born in 1635

“The Soldier’s Accidence and Grammar,” Markham, Gervase an English author

Born: Mather, Increase youngest son of the preceding

Born: Mieris, Francis called Old Francis Miens

Born: Morin, Lewis a French physician and botanist

“Originum Ecclesiasticarum Apparatus,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

Born: Oley, Barnabas president of Clare r haH in Cambridge

Died: Oregius, Augustine a learned cardinal

“Sertum Philosophicum ex variis scientise naturaiis floribus consertum,” Orsato, Sertorio a celebrated anti^ quary

Died: Pacius, Juuus an eminent lawyer and philosopher

“Christianographia, or a description of the multitudes and sundry sorts of Christians in theworld, not subject to the pope,” Pagit a Puritan divine

“The Manner of deducing his Astronomical Tables out of the Tables and axioms of Philip Lansberg.” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

“Manuale Chronologicum veteris Testamenti,” Philippi, Henry a learned Jesuit

Born: Piles, Roger De an ingenious Frenchman

“Quintus Curtius cum c'ommentario perpetuo, variisque iconismis aeri affabre incisis,” Pitiscus, Samuel a very learned scholar and editor

“Notoe et observationes in apologiam L. Apuleii Madaurensis, philosophi Platonici,” Price, John in Latin Pricæus

“Belli et Pacis statera,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

“Emblems,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“Mercure Frai^oise” Renaudot, Theofhrastus a physician

Born: Reyher, Samuel a German lawyer and mathematician

Died: Ringgli, Gotthard an excellent Swiss artist

“Mare Clausum,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Shaw, Samuel a learned non- conformist

Died: Sibbs, Richard a learned puritan divine

Born: Stillingfleet, Edward one of the most learned prelates of the seventeenth century

Born: Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

Died: Tassoni, Alessandro an Italian poet of great fame

“Petrarcha redivivus integratn Poetae celeberrimi vitam iconibus aere cselatis exhibens,” Tomasini, James Philip an Italian prelate and biographer

“Poems,” Walton, Isaac a celebrated writer on the art of angling

Born: Wansleb, John Michael a learned German

Born: Willughby, Francis a celebrated natural historian

1636

“Le Gemme antiche figurate di Lionardo Agostini, con le annotazioni del sig. Gio. Pietro Bellori,” Agostini, Lionardo an eminent antiquary

Born: Alting, Menso probably of fche same family

“Trium orientalium Latinorum ordinum, post captam a duce Gothofredo Hierusalem, &c. notitiae et tabularia,” Amico, Antonine D' of Messina

“Bibliothecae Lovaniensis primordia,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

“A system of Logic,” Apaczai, John a man of singular character and learning of the seventeenth century

Died: Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

“Cato Variegatus, or Cato’s Moral Distichs varied; in verse,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Hecatombe de vanitate mundi,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Discours sur une tragedie, Herodes Infanticitla,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“De Cceli admirandis, oratio,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“Le Livre et la Theologie de Mahomet,” Baudier, Michael of Langnedoc

“De Cultrivoro Prussiaco,” Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

Born: Besoigne, Jerome a doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Beveridge, William a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“La France Metallique, &c.” Bie, Adrian De an ingenious artist

Born: Boileau, Nicholas Despreaux an eminent French poet

“Oratio funebris in obitum Dominici Molini,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

Born: Brancker, Thomas an eminent mathematician of the seventeenth century

“Description du jardin royale,” Brosse, Guy De La physician in ordinary to Louis XIII. obtained from that king

“The several Speeches and Songs at the presentment of the Rock at Enston, to the queen’s most excellent majesty,” Bushel, Thomas a man once of considerable eminence for his philosophical pursuits

“The Principles of Music,” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

“Lethargy of the Soul, &c.” Bythner, Victorinus an able linguist

Died: Carew, George afterwards earl of Totness

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

Born: Chevillier, Andrew a doctor and librarian of the Sorbonne

“Examen ad censuram Joannis Camilli Gloriosi in hbrum de tribus novis stellis,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Colston, Edward a person ever memorable for his benefactions and charities

Died: Cruciger, George of the same family with the preceding-

Born: Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“Vitae quinque Virginum Augustiniarum,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Elogia virorum illustrium Ord. Eremit. S. Augustini,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

Born: Eachard, John master of Catharine-hall

“De usu lingua? Arabicae in medicina,” Elichman, John a physician of Leyden

Born: Etherege, George a celebrated wit and comic writer in the reigns of king Charles II. and king James II. is said to have been descended of an ancient family in Oxfordshire

“Clavis Mystica; a Key opening divers difficult and mysterious texts of Holy Scripture, in seventy Sermons,” Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

Born: Fecht, John of Brisgaw

“Epistolse et Orationes Posthumae,” Fidelis, Cassandra a very learned lady

“Detectio et solida Refutatio novæ Sectæ Sennerto-Paracelsicæ,” Freitag, John a learned physician

Born: Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

Born: Genest, Charles Claudius a French poet of some celebrity

Born: Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Born: Graverol, John a learned protestant divine

Born: Habert, Lewis a pious and learned doctor of the society of the Sorbonne

“Treatise on Elections and Ordinations,” Hallier, Francis a celebrated French bishop

“De Mirabilibus Pecci,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Died: Horstius, Gregory also a learned physician

Born: Huntington, Robert a learned English divine

Born: Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“Octavius,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Iter Lancastrense.” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

Born: Janeway, James a nonconformist divine

“Causae desperaue Gisberti Voetii, adversus Spongiam Jansenii, Crisis ostensa.” Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

Died: Jones, John a learned English Benedictine

Born: Knorr À Rosenroth à Rosenroth

“The Constitutions,” Kynaston, Francis an English poet

Born: Lami, Dom. Francis a pious and learned Benedictine of the congregation of St

“De sacramentis in genere & de ven. eucharisti sacrarmnto & sacrificio,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

Died: Lynde, Sir Humphrey a learned English gentleman

Born: Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

Died: Mannozzi, John called Giovanni da san Giovanni

Born: Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

Born: Pays, Rene'Le sieur of Villeneuve

“Chronological Discourse,” Petit, Peter a considerable mathematician and philosopher of France

Born: Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

Died: Philippi, Henry a learned Jesuit

“Twenty Sermons,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

Born: Quick, John an eminent nonconformist

Born: Quinault, Philip a celebrated French poet

Born: Ramsay, Andrew Michael frequently styled the Chevalier Ramsay

Born: Ruysdaal, Jacob a celebrated landscape-painter of Holland

Died: Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“A Paraphrase on the Psalms of David, and upon the Hymns dispersed throughout the Old and New Testament,” Sandys, George brother of the preceding

Born: Sprat, Thomas a learned English prelate

Born: Steen, Ja.N an eminent painter

Born: Tenison, Thomas a learned and worthy prelate

“Commentaries on St. Paul’s epistles,” Theophylact archbishop of Achridia

Born: Thiers, John Baptist a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

Died: Verdier, Gilbert Saulnier Du one of the most prolific authors in the French series

“Elzevir” Virgil, In Latin, Publius Virgiuus Maro, the most excellent of all the ancient Roman poets

“Compendium EthicaeAristotelicae,” Walæus, Anthony a very eminent Protestant divine

Born: Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

Born: Whitehead, George an eminent person among the Quakers

“The right way to the best Religion; wherein is largely explainecUne sum and principal heads of the Gospel, in certain sermons and treatises,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

Died: Winterton, Ralph an eminent Greek scholar

Born: Witsius, Herman a very learned and eminent divine of North Holland

Born: Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

“Litteratnira Danica antiquissima, vulgo Gothica dicta, & de prisca Danorura Poesi,” Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

“Monumentum Trygvvaldense,” Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

1637

“Lexicon Pentaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, &c.” Alabaster, William an English divine

“Christianus, hoc est, de nomine, ortu, &c. Christianorum,” Alard, William son of the preceding

“De succedaneis Medicamentis,” Alaymo, Mark Anthony a celebrated physician of Sicily

“Vescovi de Fiesoli di Volterra, e d‘Arezzo, con l’aggiiinta di Scipione Ammirato il Giovane,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“De purgatorio igne,” Arcudio, Peter a Greek ecclesiastic of the isle of Corfou

Died: Arum, Dominic Van a nobleman of Friesland

Died: Aurelio, Louis a native of La Perousa

“Meditations and Disquisitions on the Lord’s Prayer,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Usus Batrachomyomachix ethicus, politicus, et polemicus,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Disquisitio iatrophysica de Aere,” Baldo

“Poesie degli Accademici Fantastici di Roma,” Balducci, Francis a celebrated Italian poet of the seventeenth century

“Pietas in Patrem, or a few tears upon the lamented death of his most dear and loving Father Richard Barlow, late of Langhill in Westmorland, who died December 29, 1636,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“The case of Tenures upon the commission of defective titles, argued by all the judges of Ireland, with the resolution, and reasons of their resolution,” Barry, James lord Santry

“Diatribac dux-, prima de partibus templi Atiguralis; altera, de mense-et die victoria? Pharsalica;,” Beau, John Baptiste Le a learned French Jesuit

Died: Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

“Character causarum Patroni,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

Born: Brokesby, Francis was born at Stoke Golding

“Concio ad Clerum,” Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

Died: Bzovius, Abraham a learned Polander

“Romulus and Tarquin; or De Principe et Tyranno,” Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

Born: Catinat, Nicholas one of the ablest generals under Louis XIV. the son of the dean of the counsellors of parliament

Born: Cave, William a very learned divine

Born: Cawton, Thomas son of the above

“Lord Burleigh’s Precepts, or directions for the well-ordering and carriage of a man’s life,” Cecil, William lord Burleigh

“A second letter to the Vindicator of the bishop of Condom,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

Born: Clerc, Sebastian Le an eminent designer and engraver

“A Relation of the remarkable places and passages observed in his lordship’s travels, &c.” Crowne, John an American

“Vita S. Nicolai Tolentinatis,” Curtius, Cornelius a native of Brussels

“Examen Sententiae Theoph. Bracheti Milleterii super conciliatione Controversiarum religionis,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Died: Dallington, Sir Robert as Fuller informs us

Born: Delfau, Francis a French monk

Born: Edwards, John an eminent English divine and voluminous writer

“Commentarius in Tractatum Thaimudicum, qui dicitur Porta, de legibus Hebraeorum forensibus,” Empereur, Constantine of Oppyck

“Hexatexium; or six Cordials to strengthen the heart of every faithful Christian against the terrors of death,” Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

Died: Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“De Linguae Arabicae militate et proestantia, oratio Oxonii habita 19 Julii 1637,” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

“Diatribe in Statii Poetce Sylvas,” Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

“De pictura veterum,” Junius, Francis son of the preceding

Born: Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Born: Ken, Thomas the deprived bishop of Bath and Wells

“Cleombrotus, sive de iis qui in aquis pereunt,” Lasena, Peter a learned Italian

“Comus” Lawes, Henry an English musician

Died: Lisle, William an English antiquary

“Ark, Babylon, Colonies, and Columns,” Lisle, William an English antiquary

“The History of the Moderne Protestant Divines, &c. faithfully translated out of Latin,” Lupton, Donald whom Granger

Born: Magalotti, Laurence a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“Delicioe Poetarum Scotorum,” Maitland, John lord of Thirlstone

“Lycidas,” Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

“Chronologic Veteris Testament! accuratum Examen,” Philippi, Henry a learned Jesuit

Died: Pineda, John a learned Spaniard

Born: Pitiscus, Samuel a very learned scholar and editor

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

“Archaeologiae Atticae libri tres,” Rous, Francis a very conspicuous racter during the republican state of England

Born: Rumph, George Everard a doctor of physic in the university of Hanau

Born: Sackville, Charles sixth earl of Dorset and Middlesex

Died: Schmidt, Erasmus an excellent Greek scholar

Born: Swammerdam, John an eminent naturalist and anatomist

“Bibliotheca Angb-Poetica,” Taylor, John usually called the Water- Poet

Born: Tempesta, Peter otherwise called Molyn

Born: Tillemont, Lewis Sebastian Le Nain De whom L‘Avocat prqnounces one of the most judicious and accurate critics and historians that France has produced

“Nomenclator of such tracts and sermons as hare been printed, or translated into English upon any place or book of Scripture, now to be had in Bodley’s library,” Verneuil, John a French refugee

“Vita B. Petri Thomce Aquitani Carmelitse,” Wadding, Luke an eminent Irish Roman catholic

“Magnetis reductorium theologicum, tropologicum, in quo ejus verus usus indicatur,” Ward, Samuel master of Sidney-Sussex college

Born: Wells, Samuel a nonconformist divine

“The Oil of Gladness,” Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

“The poor man’s Advocate,” Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

1638

“Ragguaglio di Parnasso contra poetastri e partegiani delle nazioni,” Abati, Antony an Italian poet of the 17th century (15901667)

“L'Antica fondazione e dominio della citta di Bologna,” Agucchio, John Baptista archbishop of Amasia m Natolia

“Opuscula varia” Alfarabi a very eminent Arabian philosopher of the tenth century

Died: Allen, Thomas a learned divine

Died: Alloisi, Balthazar called Galanino

Born: Arnaldo, Peter Anthony was born in 1638

“Poema de vanitate mundi,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Ode Parthenia, sive de laudibus beatae Mariae Virginis,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Discours politique sur l'etat des Provinces Unies,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Remissiones doctorum ad contractus, ultimas voluntates, &c. constitutionum Lusitanarum,” Barbosa, Emanuel a Portuguese lawyer

“Emblems,” Baudouin, John a member of the French academy

Born: Begon, Michael born at Blois in 1638

Born: Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

Died: Besold, Christopher an eminent lawyer

“Decalculo,” Beverwick, John De in Latin Beverovicius

“Apologia pro edit. Aleorani^ edita à J. Fabricio, cum testamento Mohamedis,” Bibliander, Theodore an eminent Protestant divine

Died: Blaeu, William an eminent printer

Born: Bluteau, Dom Raphael a Theatine

Died: Bourdelot, John a learned French critic

Born: Boursault, Edmund a French dramatic writer and satirist

“Poemata sacra et prophana,” Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

“Survey of History, or a nursery for gentry; a discourse historical and poetical,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“A spiritual Spicery, containing sundry sweet tractates of devotion and piety,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Treatise on the Nature of Light” Bullialdus, Ismael a celebrated astronomer and scholar

“Lingua eruditorum,” Bythner, Victorinus an able linguist

“Detinitiones forenses,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

“Isaaci Casauboni Epistohp,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

“A Treatise of Use and Custom,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Born: Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Died: Chaduc, Lewis an able antiquary

Died: Chiabrera, Gabrielo an Italian poet

“Castigatio J. Camilli Gloriosi adversus Claramontium castigata ab ipso Claramontio,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Colomies, Paul a learned French protestant

Died: Cotelerius, John Baptist of Sorbonne

Born: Covel, Dr. John a very learned English divine

Born: Dangeau, Philip De Courcillon, Marquis De brother of the preceding

Died: Davenant, Sir William a poet and dramatic writer of considerable note

Died: Diodati, John a very eminent divine

Died: Drexelius, Jeremiah a celebrated Jesuit

Died: Duval, Andrew a celebrated doctor of the Sorbonne

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

Born: Fagon, Guy Crescent an eminent French physician in the reign of Louis XIV. was born at Paris

Born: Feller, Joachim a licentiate in theology

Died: Ferdinandi, Epiphanius a physician of Messagna

Died: Filesac, John was a native of Paris

“The Protestant church existent, and by whom their faith professed in all ages,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“Philosophia Mosa'ica,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Gallia Purpurata,” Frizon, Peter a doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Glass, John a Scotch clergyman

“The Man in the Moon; or, a discourse of a voyage thither;” Godwin, Francis son of the preceding

Died: Gouthier, James in Latin Gu­Theriusi

Born: Gregory, James the first of an eminent family of learned men in Scotland

Born: Hondius, Abraham another artist

Died: Hoskins, John an English lawyer and poet

Born: Houlieres, Antonette De La Garde Des a French poetess

Born: Hyde, Henry earl of Clarendon

“Desperatissima causa Papatus;” Jansen, Cornelius bishop of Ypres (?–1638)

“Uu Recueil de divers ouvrages de Piete,” Jarry, Laurence Juillard Du a French preacher and poet

Died: Joseph a celebrated capuchin

“Logica Hamburgensis,” Jungius, Joachim an eminent mathematician

“Genealogise familiarum Bellomaneriae,” Imhoff, John a very famous genealogist

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

“A Review of the Council of Trent, written in French by a learned Roman catholic,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

Born: Larrey, Isaac De a French historian

“Paraphrase on the Psalms,” Lawes, Henry an English musician

“Istoria de Riti Hebraici vita et Osservanze de gli Hebre'i di questi Tempi;” Leo Of Modena whose proper name was R

Born: Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

“De virtiDe & sacramento pceaitentisc,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

Born: Magnol, Peter a celebrated botanist of Montpellier

Born: Malebranche, Nicolas a French philosopher

“De natura et usu Literarum,” Mallinkrott, Bernard dean of the cathedral of Munster

“Romulus and Tarquin,” Malvezzi, Virgil commonly called the marquis Malvezzi

Born: Marsh, Narcissus an exemplary Irish prelate

“Lucian’s Dialogues,” Mayne, Jasper an English poet and divine

Died: Mede, Joseph a learned -English divine

Born: Meibomius, Henry son of the former

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

“I am sorry for it she was a good woman.” Morel is the name of a family well known among the eminent French printers (15601638)

“Originum Ecclesiasticarum, Tomus Primus,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

Born: Nalson, John an historical writer

Born: Oudin, Casimir a learned French monk (?–1717)

Born: Pechantre, Nicolas De a French wit

“Fundamenta, seu Institutiones Medicinae,” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

Born: Pontas, John a celebrated casuist

Born: Ruysch, Frederic a celebrated anatomist and physician

“De Usuris,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Notae in pervigilium Veneris,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“De Lithotomia, sen Calculi vesicle sectione, Consulta.­tio,” Sanctorius an ingenious physician

“Marty rologiu in Gallicanum,” Saussay, Andrew Du doctor of law and divinity

Born: Scott, Dr. John a learned English divine

“De successione in pontificatum Hebracorum libri duo,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Shirley, Thomas son of sir Thomas Shirley

Born: Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

Born: Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

“Sermon on the anniversary of the Gunpowder Treason,” Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

Born: Trumbull, William an estimable and upright statesman

Born: Van-Dale, Anthony a learned writer

“Observationes et notse ad Prosperi Alpini librum de plantis Ægyptii, cum additamentis aliarum plantarum ejusdem regionis,” Vesling, John an able anatomist

Born: Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

1639

“Four Sermons,” Abbot, Robert a clergyman of the Church of England

Born: Abney, Sir Thomas an eminent magistrate of the city of London (16391722)

Born: Alexander, Noel, In Latin Natalis a learned ecclesiastical writer of the 17th century

“Chain of Scripture Chronology, from the creation to the death of Christ, in seven periods,” Allen, Thomas a non-conformist clergyman of Norwich

“Commentaria in posteriores libros codicis Justiniani,” Amaia, Francis a Spanish lawyer of great reputation in his country

Born: Audran, Claude the second of this name

Born: Bacici, John Baptist Gauli surnamed the Painter

Born: Baeli, Francis a native of Milazzo in Sicily

“Definition tun Medicarum liber,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“Meditations and disquisitions on the three last Psalms of David,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Meditations and disquisitions on the fiftieth Psalm,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Meditations and disquisitions on the seven penitential Psalms, which are, 6, 32, 38, 51, 102, 130, 143,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Oratio de victa Hispanorum regis classe,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“Pharmacopoeia e Gallico in Latinum versa a Philemone Hollando,” Bauderon, Brice a French physician

Born: Bauldri, Paul surnamed D'!Berville

“The Lost Lady,” Berkeley, Sir William a native of London

“De excellentia sexus Fceminei,” Beverwick, John De in Latin Beverovicius

“Le Theatre des Antiquity’s de Paris,” Breulius, James a French antiquary

“Xenia Delphino oblata nomine collegii Rothomagensis,” Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“The City Match,” Bromfield, Sir William an eminent English surgeon

Born: Bruyere, John De La one of those celebrated persons whose writings attract universal admiration

“Lexicon Chaldaicum, Talmudicum et Rabbinicum,” Buxtorf, John the first of a learned family

“Manipulus messis magnae, sive Grammat exemplaris,” Bythner, Victorinus an able linguist

Died: Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

Died: Capel, Arthur, Lord was the only son and heir of sir Henry Capel

Died: Carew, Thomas an English poet

Died: Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

Born: Chastelain, Claude canon of the cathedral church of Paris

Born: Chaulieu, William Anfreye De was born at Fontenay in Normandy

Died: Chetwynd, John was the son of Dr

“De methodo ad doctrinam spectante, libri quatuor, &c.” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“Treatise of the Globes,” Chilmead, Edward an excellent Greek and Latin scholar and mathematician

“The forerunner of universal learning,” Comenius, John Amos a celebrated grammarian and protestant divine

Died: Coventry, Thomas lord keeper of the great seal of England in the reign of king Charles I. was son of Thomas Coventry

“The Character of a Trimmer,” Coventry, William youngest son of the preceding

“Historia Christi et S. Petri Persice conscripta, &c.” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

“Rudimenta linguae Persictc,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

Died: Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

Died: Donato, Alexander a Jesuit of Sienna

Died: Dudley, Sir Robert, As He Was Called Here, And As He Was Styled Abroad Earl Of Warwick And Duke Of Northumberland was son of Robert earl of Leicester by the lady Douglas Sheffield

Born: Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

“De termino vitae secundum mentem orientalium” Elichman, John a physician of Leyden

Born: Ellwood, Thomas a writer of some reputation among the Quakers

Born: Fabricius, John Lewis an eminent protestant divine of the seventeenth century

“Commentarios sobra las Lusiadas de Luis de Camoens,” Faria De Sousa, Emanuel one of the most celebrated historians and poets of his nation in the seventeenth century

Born: Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

“A Conference between bishop Laud and Fisher,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“The Total Sum,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“On the success and chief events of the monarchy of Spain,” Gentilis, Robert son of the preceding

“Histoire de I'entree de la Reine Mere dans le Grande Bretagne, par de la Serre,” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Metamorphose des Yeux d'Iris changes en Astres,” Habert, Germain a French poet of the seventeenth century

Died: Hugo, Herman a learned Jesuit

Born: Hure, Charles a French divine of some eminence

“Critica Sacra, or the Hebrew words of the Old, and of the Greek of the New Testament,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“De ortu et progressu artis Typographica;,” Mallinkrott, Bernard dean of the cathedral of Munster

Born: Martin, David a protestant divine

“Agrippina, empress of Rome, a tragedy,” May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

“De usu flagrorum in re medica,” Meibomius is the name of several learned men

Died: Meursius, John a learned Dutchman

Born: Mignon a painter of Frankfort

Born: Montesquieu, Charles De Secondat, Baron Of a very celebrated French writer

Born: Morhof, Daniel George a very learned German

“Consideration politique sur les coups d'Etat, par G. N. P.” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Netscher, Gaspard an eminent painter

“Daei,” Opits, Martin in Latin Opitius

“Angelopolis,” Palafox, John De natural son of James de Palafox (16001659)

“Idea Matheseos,” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

Born: Pezron, Paul a learned and ingenious Frenchman

Born: Placette, John De La a protestant minister of great eminence

“Auspicia Bibliothecae publicae Lovaniensis,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

“Traité des Droits et des Libertes l'Eglise Gallicane, avec les Preuves,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

Born: Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Anacreon,” Rance', Dom. Armand John Le Bouthillier De the celebrated abbe and reformer of the monastery of La Trappe

“De modo usurarum,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Saurin, Elias a protestant divine

“De vitae humanae termino,” Schurman, Anna Maria A a most learned German lady

Born: Sedley, Sir Charles a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Born: Spizklius, Theophilus a learned Lutheran divine

Died: Spotswood, John archbishop of St

“Dissertatio de scientia media tribus libris absoluta,” Twiss, William a very learned nonconformist divine

“Periplus Scylacis Caryandensis & Anonymi Periplus Ponti Euxini, Græce & Latinæ, cum notis.” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

Died: Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

Died: Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1640

“The whole book of Job paraphrased,” Abbot, George nephew of the preceding

Died: Achillini, Claude grandson of the preceding

Died: Alabaster, William an English divine

Born: Alfaro-Y-Gamon, Juan D' a Spanish painter of considerable eminence

“Philo Byzantinus de septem orbis spectaculis, Gr. et Lat. cum notis,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Died: Allegri, Gregorio a Romish ecclesiastic

Died: Amaia, Francis a Spanish lawyer of great reputation in his country

“Dissertatio historica et chronologica de antique urbis Syracusarum archiepiscopatu,” Amico, Antonine D' of Messina

“Series ammiratorum insulse Sicilian, ab ann. 842 ad 1640,” Amico, Antonine D' of Messina

“De Messanensis prioratus sacræ hospilitatis domus militum sancti Joan. Hierosolymitani origine,” Amico, Antonine D' of Messina

“Chronologia de los Virreyes, &c. de Sicilia,” Amico, Antonine D' of Messina

“Albero et storia della famiglia de conte Guidi, coll' agiunte de Scipione Ammirato Giovane,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

Died: Arbaud, Francis Sieur de Porcheres

“De Cantici Canticorum sensu, velitatio bina,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

Died: Arpino, Joseph D' the son of a painter named Cesari at Arpino

“With this weapon I defy you.” Arpino, Joseph D' the son of a painter named Cesari at Arpino

Born: Audran, Girard the most celebrated artist of the family

“Several speeches in parliament,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“Commentarius in libellum Theophrasti de Vertigine,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“De Convulsionibus libellus,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“Meditations and disquisitions on the first Psalm,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Meditations and disquisitions on the 'seven consolatory Psalms of David, namely, 23, 27, 30, 34, 84, 103, and 116,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Meditations and prayers upon the seven clays of the week,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“De loco affecto in pleuritide disceptationes,” Baldo

Died: Bamboccio an eminent Butch

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

“Observationes Philologicce,” Bangius, Thomas doctor and professor of divinity in the university of Copenhagen

“Arte de loa metallos,” Barba, Alvarez Alonzo curate of St

Died: Baudart, William a protestant divine

Born: Benoit, Elias the son of a Calvinist

Died: Bernard, Charles king’s counsellor

Died: Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

“Admirandae fabrics humanae mulieris partium, &c. delineatio,” Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

Born: Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“Heures de Recreation,” Boot, Gerard of a noble family

“Antiquities of Paris,” Breulius, James a French antiquary

Born: Brueys, David Augustin a French writer of a singular character for versatility

“Chorazin and Bethsaida’s woe and warning,” Carpenter, Nathaniel an English clergyman o great learning and parts

“Comment, ad legern regiam Germanorum,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Cavendish, William the first duke of Devonshire

Died: Chaderton, Laurence first master of Emanuel-­college

Born: Chauvin, Stephen a protestant clergyman

“De ratione Status Imperii Romano- Germanici,” Chemnitz, Bogeslaus Philip grandson of the preceding Chemnitz

“A Treatise on Love, or Erotic Melancholy,” Chilmead, Edward an excellent Greek and Latin scholar and mathematician

Born: Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

Died: Collius, Francis a doctor of the Ambrosian college at Milan

Born: Coysevox, Anthony an ingenious French sculptor

Died: Day, John one of the sons of the preceding

“Discursus historico-politicus de perigratione studiorum,” Dieteric, John Conrad the son of John Conrad

“Sermons,” Donne, John an eminent English divine and poet

“A godly and learned Treatise of Prayer,” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Died: Duncan, Mark an ancestor of the preceding Dr

“Dissertatio de Novo-antiquo Capitis Morbo ac Dolore, cum aliis Disquisitionibus Medicis de diffic. nonnul. Materiis Practice,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

Died: Faret, Nicholas a French wit and poet

“Several Funeral Sermons, one preached at the funeral of sir Humphrey Lynd,” Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

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

“Reply to the relation, of the conference between Laud and Fisher,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

Born: Fleury, Claude a celebrated French ecclesiastical historian

“Pathologia Daemoniaca,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

Born: Fosse, Charles De La a French painter

“Sumtna totins philosophise e D. Thomae Aquinatis doctrina,” Fronteau, John canon regular of the congregation of St

Born: Garzi, Louis born at Rome in 1640

“Versio, varise Lectiones, et Annotationes critics in opuscula varia Galeni,” Goulston, Theodore an eminent English physician in the seventeenth century

“Elenchus AntiDiatribes Mercurii Frondatoris ad Statii Sylvas,” Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

“Muscarium ad Statii Sylvas,” Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

“Notes to Tacitus,” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

“De Consensu Hierarchies et Monarchies,” Habert, Isaac was a learned and celebrated doctor of the society of the Sorbonne

“Castara.” Habington, William an excellent English poet

Died: Hemelar, John a very learned man

Born: Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

Born: Hooper, Dr. George an eminent English divine

Born: Hubert, Matthew a celebrated French preacher

Born: Jardins, Mary Catharine Des a French lady

Died: Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

“Horti Carolini Rosa altera,” Joyner, William second son of William

Born: Keach, Benjamin a Baptist divine of considerable note in his day

Born: Kirch, Godfrey the first of a family of astronomers

Died: Kirstenius, Peter professor of physic at Upsal

Born: Laet, John De an author of the seventeenth century

Born: Lairesse, Gerard an eminent Flemish painter

Born: Lami, Bernard a learned priest of the Oratory

Born: Mace, Francis a learned French priest

“De Archicancellariis S. R. imperil,” Mallinkrott, Bernard dean of the cathedral of Munster

“Histoire de Beam,” Marca, Peter De one of the greatest ornaments of the Gallican church

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

Died: Massinger, Philip a very eminent dramatic writer

Born: Mercator, Nicholas an eminent mathematician and astronomer

Died: Metrophanes Critopylus the patriarch of Alexandria in the seventeenth century

Died: Miræus, Aubertus a learned German

“Theanthropicon; seu de vita Jesu Christi originum ecclesiasticarum libri duo. Accedit Groecorum versio, et index utriusque partis,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

Died: Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: North, Francis lord Guilford

Born: Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

Born: Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

Born: Pfeiffer, Augustus a German orientalist

“De septem Orbis Spectaculis,” Philo, Judæus an ancient Greek writer

Born: Plot, Robert eminent for being the first who formed a plan for a natural history of England

Died: Pontanus, John Isaac historiographer to his Danish majesty

Died: Risdon, Tristram an English topographer

“La Defense du Christianism,” Roques, Peter a pious and learned Protestant clergyman

Born: Rycke, Theodore De a learned critic

“Historian Navalis mediae libri tres,” Ryves, Sir Thomas son of John Ryves of Damery Court

Died: Salian, James a learned Jesuit of Avignon

“Les Vanitez de la Cour,” Salisbury, John Of one of the greatest ornaments of the twelfth century

Died: Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Dissertatio de fcenore trapezitico, in tres libros divisa,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Achillis Tatii Alexandrini Eroticon de Clitophontis et Leucippes amoribus, libri octo,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Interpretatio Hippocratis aphorismi 69, sect. iv. de calculo,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Psalms,” Sandys, George brother of the preceding

“An Essay to the translation of the jEneis.” Sandys, George brother of the preceding

Died: Sarbiewski, Matthias Casimir a modern Latin poet

Born: Shadwell, Thomas an English dramatic poet

Died: Sherburne, Sir Edward an English poet

Born: Slingeland, John Peter Van a Dutch artist

“Historia de Bello Belgico” Strada, Famiamis an ingenious and learned Jesuit

“Contemplations, Sighs, and Groans of a Christian,” Style, William a law-writer

Born: Tourneux, Nicholas Le a pious French divine

Born: Tozzi, Luke an eminent physician

“Geographia antiqua,” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

Died: Walton, Brian a learned English bishop

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

Died: Wandesforde, Christopher, Viscount Castlecomer an upright statesman

Born: Wharton, Thomas, Marquis Of Wharton was eld* est son of Philip lord Wharton

“Prototypes, or the primarie Precedent out of the book of Genesis,” Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

Born: Wirz, John an artist

Born: Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

1641

Died: Aarsens, Francis lord of Someldyck and Spyck

“Answer to the questions of the Citizens of London in Jan. 1600, concerniug Cheapside Cross,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“Vindiciae Sabbati, or an answer to two treatises of Mr. Broad,” Abbot, George nephew of the preceding

“Britannia illustrata,” Alford, Michael whose real name is said to be Griffith

Born: Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“De Pelevation de la foi, &c.” Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

“L'Istoria Augusta da Giulio Cesare Costatino il magno,” Angeloni, Francis a learned antiquary of the seventeenth century

Died: Ashley, Robert a Wiltshire gentleman

Born: Assheton, Dr. William son of Mr

“A Remonstrance against Presbytery,” Aston, Sir Thomas a brave and loyal gentleman

Died: Backer, Jacob an eminent portrait and historical painter

“Two arguments in parliament, on the Canons and Praemunire,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

Died: Baker, David an English Benedictine monk

“Chronicle of the kings of England, from the time of the Romans’ government unto the death of king James,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Apology for Laymen’s writing in Divinity,” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“A soliloquy of the Soul, or a pillar of thoughts, &c.” Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

“Hebrew Lexicon,” Bangius, Thomas doctor and professor of divinity in the university of Copenhagen

“Anatomia Caspari Barthqlini parentis novis observationibus primuin locupletata,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Died: Baskerville, Sir Simon knight

“Circulus Pisanus,” Berigard, Claude Guillermet, Slgnor De was born at Moulins in 1578

Died: Bernard, Claude called Father Bernard

“Le Testament du reverend pere Bernard, et ses pensdes pieuses,” Bernard, Claude called Father Bernard

“The penitent death of a woful Sinner; or, the penitent death of John Atherton, late bishop of Waterford in Ireland, who was executed at Dublin the fifth of December, 1640; with some annotations on several passages,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

“A sermon preached at the burial of John Atherton, the next night after his execution, in St. John’s church, Dublin,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

Died: Bernard, Richard an English divine of the seventeenth century

“Apiaria universae philosophise, mathematics, &c.” Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

Born: Bini, Severin in Latin Binius

“A Door of Hope,” Bond, John LL. D. was the son of Dennis Bond

“Holy and Loyal Activity,” Bond, John LL. D. was the son of Dennis Bond

Born: Bottoni, Dominic the son of Nicholas Bottom

Died: Brosse, Guy De La physician in ordinary to Louis XIII. obtained from that king

“The sounding of the two last Trumpets; or, Meditations on the 9th, 10th, and llth Chapters of the Revelations,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“The Protestation protested, or a short Remonstrance, shewing what is principally required of all those that have or do take the last Parliamentary Protestation,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Speech in the house of peers, Jan. 30, 1641, upon occasion of the present distractions, and of his Majesty’s removal from Whitehall,” Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

“De atrabile, quoad mores attinet,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Colombiere, Claude De La a famous Jesuit

Died: Croke, Sir George the third son of sir John Croke of Buckinghamshire

“Animadversions upon a treatise lately published, and entitled, God’s Love to Mankind, manifested by disproving his absolute decree for their damnation,” Davenant, John bishop of Salisbury in the seventeenth century

“Vindicite Trithemianse, sive specimen steganographiae Joannis Trithemii, quo auctoris ingenuitas demonstratur, et opus superstitione absolvitur,” Despierres, John a learned Benedictine

Born: Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

Died: Domenichino a very much admired artist

“A letter of state to a scholar of Cambridge;” Dudley, Robert baron of Denbigh

“Consultatio theologica super negocio Pacis Ecclesiast.” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“A summary discourse concerning the work of Peace Ecclesiastical,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

Died: Eaton, John an English divine

“Synopsis Philosophise Orientalium,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

Born: Edelinck, Gerard an eminent engraver

“Reasons against the Independent Government of particular Congregations,” Edwards, Thomas a famous presbyterian writer in the seventeenth century

“Commentariuf ad Betramum de Republica Hebrseorum,” Empereur, Constantine of Oppyck

“The Arminian Nunnery, or a brief description and relation of the late erected monastical place, called the Arminian Nunnery at Little Gidding in Huntingdonshire: humbly addressed to the wise consideration of the present parliament. The foundation is by a company of Ferrars at Gidding,” Ferrar, Nicholas an English gentleman of considerable learning and ingenuity

“Canterburian’s Self-conviction,” Field, Richard an eminent English divine

Died: Finch, Henry of the family of the lord keeper

“A Design for bringing a River from Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire to St. Giles’s in the Fields, near London; the benefits of it declared, and the objections against it answered,” Ford, Sir John an ingenious gentleman of the seventeenth century

“Thomas a Kempis vindicatus per unuin e Canonicis regularibus congregationis Gallicanae,” Fronteau, John canon regular of the congregation of St

“The antipathy between the French and the Spaniard,” Gentilis, Robert son of the preceding

Died: George, Amjra

“Historia Gotteschalci,” Gotteschalcus, Fulgentius surnamed Fulgentius

Born: Graaf, Regnier De a celebrated physician

“The Nature of Tiuth; its union and unity with the soule, which is one in its essence, faculties, acts; one with truth,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

“A Discourse opening the nature of that Episcopacie which is exercised in England,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

Born: Guerard, Robert a learned Benedictine

Born: Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

“Observations upon History,” Habington, William an excellent English poet

“Analysis of the Psalms,” Helmich, Werner a Dutch protestant divine

“An Help to English History,” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

Born: Hoeltzlinus, Jeremias a philologer

“A Discovery of the causes of these Contentions touching Church-government, out of the fragments of Richard Hooker,” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

Born: Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“An Answer to certain frivolous Objections against the Government of the Church of England,” Jewel, John a learned prelate

Died: Kellison, Matthew an English Roman catholic of considerable eminence as a controversial writer

Born: Knox, Capt Robert the son of capt

“Episcopal Inheritance; or, a Reply to the humble examination of a printed abstract; or the answers to nine reasons of the House of Commons against the votes of bishops in Parliament,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“Excerpta Rhetorum” Libanius a celebrated sophist of antiquity

“A Speech in the House of Commons at the passing of two bills,” Littleton, Dwaud lord keeper of the great seal of England in the reign of Charles I. was descended

“Praise of the French,” Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“The Antiquary, a comedy, acted by her Majesty’s servants at the Cockpit,” Marmion, Shakerley a dramatic writer

Born: Monnoye, Bernard De La a learned French poet

Died: Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

“L'Interpretation des Chiffres, ou Regies pour bien entendre et expliquer facilement toutes sortes des Chiffres Simples,” Niceron, John Francis an able mathematician

“De amore, de pulchro, Veneris et Cupidinis venales,” Niphus, Augustine, a learned Italian

“A Treatise of the principal Grounds and Maxims of the Laws of England,” Noy, William attorney-general in the reign of Charles I. the son of William Noy

“A Discourse concerning Puritans,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

Born: Pfanner, Tobias the son of a counsellor at Augsburg

“Nine Sermons on several occasions,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“Readings,” Risdon, Tristram an English topographer

“Flandria Illustrata,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“The Song of Solomon,” Sandys, George brother of the preceding

“Dissertatio de ingenii muliebris ad doctrinam et meliores literas aptitudine,” Schurman, Anna Maria A a most learned German lady

Born: Schurtzfleisch, Conrad Samuel a learned German

“Ibrahim, ou l'Illustre Bassa,” Scuderi, Magdeleine De sister of the preceding

Born: Sherlock, Dr. William a learned English divine

Died: Spelman, Sir Henry an eminent English antiquary

“Album Marianum, in quo prosa et carmine Dei in Austriacos beneficia, et Austriacornm erga Deum obsequia recensentur.” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“Comment on Psalms ciii.” Sterne, Richard archbishop of York

“Stock of Divine Knowledge,” Stock, Richard an eminent puritan divine

“Commentary on the prophecy of Malachi,” Stock, Richard an eminent puritan divine

Died: Suckling, Sir John an accomplished courtier

Born: Tellier, François Michel Le marquis de Louvois

“A Discourse concerning the primitive Forme of the Government of Churches,” Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“Observationum medicarum Libri tres,” Tulp, Nicholas an eminent physician

“Of the Morality of the Fourth Commandment,” Twiss, William a very learned nonconformist divine

“Certain brief Treatises,” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Died: Vandyck, Sir Anthony a most illustrious portraitpainter

“El diabolo cojuelo, novella de la otra vida,” Velez, Lewis Velez De Guevara a Spanish comic poet and satirist

Born: Vieussens, Raymond a physician and anatomist

“Epistolas de motu chyli et sanguinis,” Walæus, Anthony a very eminent Protestant divine

“The doctrine of the Holy Weekly Sabbath,” Walker, George an eminent Puritan divine

Died: Webbe, George a pious prelate

“The Negociations of Thomas Wolsey, &c.” Wolsey, Thomas a celebrated cardinal and statesman

“Beaten Oyle for the lamps of the Sanctuarie,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Parallel bttween Robert earl of Essex and George late duke.,of Bucks,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1642

“The Moral Law expounded, or Lectures on the Ten Commandments, with nineteen Sermons on prayer,” Andrews, Lancelot an eminent divine

“Liber de vita et miraculis S. Wilohadi,” Anscarius one of the early propagators. of Christianity

“Disquisitiones de partus termims,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

“A collection of sundry Petitions presented to the King and Parliament,” Aston, Sir Thomas a brave and loyal gentleman

Born: Aubert, Peter a French lawyer

“Antiquitates Danicse,” Aventin, John author of the Annals ofBavaria

“Le Vite de' Pittori, Scultori, ed Architetti dal 1572 al 1642,” Baglioni, Giovanni a Roman artist

“Liber de Rheumatismo et Pleuritide dorsali,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

Died: Barkham, John a very learned divine and antiquary

“Syntagma medicum et chirurgicum de cauteriis,” Bartholine, Caspar an eminent physician

Died: Benning, John Bodecher was born in the village of Loosdrecht

Born: Benzelius, Eric archbishop of Upsal

“The whole proceedings of the siege of Drogheda,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

“A Dialogue tetweeu Paul and Agrippa,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

“Gazophylacium rerum naturalium,” Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

“Observatio anatomico-medica, &c.” Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

“Dissertationes philologies,” Besold, Christopher an eminent lawyer

“Euclides explicatus,” Bettini, Mario a learned Italian Jesuit

Born: Betts, John an eminent physician in the seventeenth century

“Instruction astronomique de l'usage des globes et sphere celestes et terrestres,” Blaeu, William an eminent printer

“De Medicina Indorum,” Bontius, James called by some

Born: Browne, Edward an eminent physician

Died: Brueghel, Peter the younger

“A just and true remonstrance of his Majesty’s Mines Royal in Wales,” Bushel, Thomas a man once of considerable eminence for his philosophical pursuits

“Commentaries on the NewTestament, grammatical and critical,” Camerarius, Joachim one of the most learned writers of his age

“De recta ratione studendi,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

“Responsa juris Electoralia,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Chouet, John Robert a learned philosopher

Born: Cook, Henry an English artist

Born: Corneille, Michael born at Paris in 1642

Born: Courten, William the last in the male line of the family that makes the subject of the preceding article

Born: Creed, Elizabeth a very amiable and ingenious lady

Died: Crisp, Tobias a puritan writer of considerable eminence

Born: Croese, Gerard a protestant divine

“De Patrum, fide circa imagines,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“Tractatus de causis amissarum Linguae Latince radicum,” Daumius, Christian an eminent classical and philological scholar

“A Discourse concerning the Rights and Privilege’s of the Subject in a conference desired by the lords, and had by a committee of both houses April 3, 1628,” Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

“An answer to a printed book entitled * Observations upon some of his majesty’s late answers and expresses, 1” Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

“The Magazine of Honour,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

“Petition to the house of commons for the preservation of true Religion,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“Certain considerations, shewing the necessity of a correspondency in spiritual matters betwixt all professed Churches,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“De re vestiaria libri tres,” Ferrari, Octavius of the same family with the famer

Born: Filicaia, Vincent De a celebrated Italian poet

Died: Franck commonly called Young Francks

Died: Galilei, Galileo the celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Died: Gill, Alexander son and successor to his father

Died: Godwin, Dr. Thomas a learned English writer

“Two Speeches, spoken in the Guildhall, London, concerning his majesty’s refusal of a Treaty of Peace,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

Died: Gui Do, Reni a very celebrated artist

Born: Hickes, George an English divirre of uncommon abilities and learning

“Elementa philosophica seu politica de Give,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Holder, William a learned English philosopher

“A Sermon preached in St. Mary’s, Cambridge, on his majesty’s inauguration,” Holdsworth, Richard sometimes written Oldsworth (?–1649)

Born: Holt, Sir John knight

Died: Kynaston, Francis an English poet

Born: Loubere, Simon De La a French poet

“Deju-tilia & jure,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

“De rirtute divinse fidei,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

“Principles of Faith and of a good Conscience,” Lyford, William a pious clergyman of the seventeenth century

Born: Marana, John Paul the author of the Turkish Spy

“Sacramentarium Sancti Gregorii Magni,” Menard, Nicholas Hugues a writer on the history of the saints

“The Reason of Church Government urged against Prelacy,” Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

“Collection of Voyages.” Monson, Sir William a brave English admiral

“The Acts and Monuments of the Church before Christ incarnate,” Mountagu, Richard a learned English divine

“Bibliographia Politica,” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Born: Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“Display of Arminianism,” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“Certain animadversions upon some passages in a Tract concerning Schism and Schismatics,” Page, William an English divine

Born: Placcius, Vincent an eminent philologer of Hamburgh

“Animadversiones in veram Praxim curandos Tertianse propositam a Doctore Petro Barba” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

“The Prince; or Maxims of State,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“Jezirah, or, the Creation,” Rittangelius, John Stephen a native of Forcheim

“History of Marseilles,” Ruffi, Anthony De the historian of Marseilles

“Idea de un Principe Politico* Christiano representada en cien empress,” Saavedra-Faxardo, Diego De a Spanish political and moral writer

“A view of a pretende book, entitled, ' Observations upon his Majesty’s late Answers and Epistles,” Spelman, Sir Henry an eminent English antiquary

“A Discourse of Religious Assemblies and the Publike Service of God,” Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Traill, Robert an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Born: Tyrrell, James an English historian

“Italia sacra, sive de Episcopis Italiae, et Insularum adjacentium,” Ughelli, Ferdinand an ecclesiastical historian

Born: Uvedale, Robert a learned botanist

“Elegies celebrating the happy memory of sir Horatio Vere,” Vere, Sir Horace baron of Tilbury

“Catalogns plantarum horti Patavini,” Vesling, John an able anatomist

“Da la Cerdu’s” Virgil, In Latin, Publius Virgiuus Maro, the most excellent of all the ancient Roman poets

“Short View of the life and death of George Duke of Bucks,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1643

“Bibliotheca scriptorum societatis Jesu,” Alegambe, Philip a Flemish Jesuit

Born: Alemand, Louis-Augustine a miscellaneous French writer of considerable note

“A treatise on Conscience, with the power and cases thereof,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

Born: Antelmi, Joseph a French ecclesiastic and antiquary

“De Virginum et Mulierium morbis,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“Opuscula Medica,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

Died: Bainbridge, John an eminent physician and astronomer

“Antagathyrsus, apologia pro pinguibus,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Died: Bargrave, Isaac dean of Canterbury

“Orationes Panegyricce Sacro-Prophanre decem,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

“De armillis veterurn, pracsertiiii Danorum Schedion.” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Born: Bellini, Laurence an eminent Italian physician

Died: Bonfrerius, James a learned Jesuit and commentator

Died: Boys, John one of the translators of the Bible in the reign of James I. was son of William Bois

Born: Brady, Robert a noted historian and physician of the seventeenth century

Born: Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

Died: Burroughs, Sir John knt. garter king at arms

“A Narration of his own Life,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“The beloved city, or the Saints’ reign on earth a thousand years, &c.” Burton, William another antiquary of the seventeenth century

“Civitas solis,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

“Poetica idea Keipublicaj Philosophies,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

Born: Camps, Francis De was born at Amiens Jan. 31

“Ad novam Davidis lyram animadversiones, &c.” Capellus, Lewis an eminent French protestant and learned divine

Died: Cartwright, William an English poet of the seventeenth century

“Marci Antonini Imperatoris de Seipso & ad Seipsum libri xii. Guil. Xylander Augustanus Graece &, Latine primus edidit: nunc vero, Xylandri versionem locis plurimis etnendavit, & novam fecit in Antonini libros Notas & Emendationes adjecit Mericus Casaubonus, Is. F. In eosdem Xylandri Annotationes,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Died: Cerda, John Lewis a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Chardin, Sir John a celebrated traveller

“Anti-Philolaus, in quo Philolaus redivivus de terrse motu et solis ac fixarum quiete impugnalur,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Collet, Philibert a learned advocate of parliament of Dombes

“Synopsis -Physicse, ad lumen divinum reformat,” Comenius, John Amos a celebrated grammarian and protestant divine

“Expositiones Patrum Graecorum in Psalmos,” Cordes a learned editor

Died: Corenzio, Belisarius an artist

“Lexicon Homericum,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Born: Dangeau, Louis Courcillon De a French abbe

Died: Danvers, Henry a brave warrior in the end of the sixteenth and beginning of the seventeenth century

“Joannes Cloppenburgius, Heautontimorumenos, seu retorsio injuriarum de libello falsidico, cui titulus, Res judicata, cumulatarum,” Deusingius, Anthony a learned physician

“Observations upon Dr. Browne’s Religio Medici,” Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“Stanislai Lubienski opera posthum^,” Dlugoss, John Longinus a Polish historian

Born: Foucault, Nicolas Joseph born at Paris Jan. 8

Born: Franck De Franckenau, George an eminent Ger* man physician

“Elementa Architecture Militaris,” Goldman, Nicholas a mathematician

“Speech at the Election of his captains and commanders at Warwick-castle,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

“Pontifical of the Greek Church,” Habert, Isaac was a learned and celebrated doctor of the society of the Sorbonne

“Biblia Magna,” Haye, John De La a learned Franciscan

Born: Jouvenci a celebrated Jesuit

Died: Kromayer, John a learned divine

Died: Ludlow, Edmund one of the chiefs of the republican party during the civil wars

Died: Master a poet and historian

“Jusjurandum Hippocratis,” Meibomius is the name of several learned men

“Diatriba deunico Dionysio,” Menard, Nicholas Hugues a writer on the history of the saints

Born: Moreri, Lewis a French divine

Born: Mourgues, Michael a French mathematician

“Hieronymi Cardani vita,” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

“the affairs of Great Britain, for the better information of the people.” Needham, Marchamont an English political writer

Died: Neer, Arnold Vander a landscape painter

Born: Noble, Eustache De one of the most indefatigable writers of his time

“Exhortation to the taking of the Solemn League and Covenant, &c.” Nye, Philip an English nonconformist

“Apologetical Narration, submitted to the honourable Houses of Parliament,” Nye, Philip an English nonconformist

“Essay for the practice of Churchgovernment in the Country,” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“Panegyrica3 orationes dua? de linguis Orientalibus,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Pinacotheca imaginum illustrjum doctrinse vcl ingenii laude virorum, qui uuctore superstite diem suum ohierunt,” Rossi, John Victor a learned Italian

Died: Rous, Francis a very conspicuous racter during the republican state of England

Born: Rue, Charles De La a French orator and poet

Born: Sagittarius, Caspar an eminent Lutheran divine

“the remembrance of two errors did much afflict him, which were, his assent to the earl of Stafford’s death, and the abolishing of episcopacy in Scotland; and that, if God ever restored him to the peaceable possession of his crown, he would demonstrate his repentance by a public confession and a voluntary penance, by walking barefoot from the Tower of London, or Whitehall, to St. Paul’s church, and would desire the people to intercede with God for his pardon.” Sanderson, Dr. Robert

Born: Schalken, Godfrey an ingenious painter

Born: Sparrow, Anthony a learned prelate

Died: Spondanus, Henry a younger brother of John de Sponde

Born: Strype, John the most valuable contributor to ecclesiastical history and biography that ever appeared in this country

Born: Tellier, Michael a celebrated Jesuit

Died: Verger De Haurane, John Du abbot of St

Born: Verheyen, Philip a physician and anatomist

“The First Century of scandalous, malignant Priests, made and admitted into benefices by the Prelates, in whose hands the ordination of ministers and government of the church hath been; or a narration of the causes for which the Parliament hath ordered the sequestration of the benefices of several ministers complained of before them, for vitiousnesse of life, errors in doctrine, contrary to the articles of our religion, and for practising and pressing superstitious innovations againt law, and for malignancy against the parliament,” White, John a nonconformist lawyer (?–1644)

“Discovery of Mysteries, or the plots of the parliament to overthrow both church and state,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

“Jura majestatis; the rights of kings both in church and state, granted, first by God, secondly, violated by rebels, and thirdly, vindicated by the truth,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

1644

Born: Adimari, Lewis a satirical poet of the same family with the preceding

Died: Alard, William son of the preceding

“Eloges historiques des Cardinaux Francais et etrangers, mis en parallele,” Albi, Henry a native of Bolene in the comtat Venaissin

“Historia ecclesiastica Palatina,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

“Defence of Calvin with regard to the doctrine of absolute reprobation,” Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

“Paraphrase on the Scripture” Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

Died: Aresi, Paul of Milan

“Panegirici fatti in diversi occasioni,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

Died: Asser a celebrated rabbi

“Conference du Droit Romain avec le Droit Franois y” Automne, Bernard advocate of the parliament of Bourdeaux

“The pleasant Fountain of Knowledge,” Backhouse, William a younger son of Samuel Backhouse of Swallowfield in Berkshire

“Oeuvres diverses,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Laurus Flandrica,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“Mauritius Redux,” Barlæus, Gaspard a modern Latin poet of great reputation

“Certain Disquisitions and Considerations, representing to the conscience the unlawfuluess of the oath entitled A Solemn League and Covenant for Reformation, &c. as also the insufficiency of the urgiiments used in the exhortation for taking the said covenant. Published by command,” Barwick, John an eminent English divine

“Histoire du Marechal de Toiras,” Baudier, Michael of Langnedoc

Died: Bentivoglio, Guy celebrated in the Romish church as a cardinal

Died: Besly, John king’s advocate at Fontenaye-le-Comte

“De terra i no vitse, fatali an mobili” Beverwick, John De in Latin Beverovicius

“Chevilles,” Billaut, Adam known under the name of Maitre Adam

Died: Biondi, John Francis was born in Liesena

“MercurioCrelico Mastix; or an Anti-caveat to all such as have heretofore had the misfortune to be cheated and deluded by that great and treacherous impostor John Booker; in an answer to his frivolous pamphlet, entitled Mercurius Coelicus, or a Caveat to all the people of England;” Booker, John one of those impostors who amused the public in the seventeenth century

Born: Bouflers, Louis Francis, Duc De peer and maréchal

Died: Bourbon, Nicholas nephew to the above

“The Revelation of St. John illustrated,” Brightman, Thomas an English divine

“Chirologia, or the natural Language of the Hand, &c.” Bulwer, John of the seventeenth century

“A Vindication of Independent Churches, in answer to Mr. Prynne’s two books of Church-Government, and of Independency,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“A draught of a speech concerning Episcopacy,” Cary, Lucius eldest son of the preceding

Died: Castelli, Benedict an Italian mathematician

“Apologie pour les Religieux de la Compagnie de Jesus,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

“Defensio ab oppugnationibus Fortunii Liceti de sede Cometarum,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“De Universo, libri sexdecim,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“Ge*nealogie de la Maison de Rye,” Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

“The Apostolical Institution of Episcopacy,” Chillingworth, William a divine of the church of England

“Confessions and proofs of protestant divines,” Chillingworth, William a divine of the church of England

Born: Choisi, Francis Timoleon De dean of the cathedral at Bayeux

Born: Cocceius, Henry an eminent lawyer

Born: Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

“Traite historique des rivieres de France,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Born: Courtilz, Gatien De sieur de Sandras

“Observationes Sacræ et Historicæ in Nov. Test.” Croius, John a learned protestant clergyman in France

Born: Cuper, Gisbert a learned philologist

Died: Dausque, Claudius a learned Jesuit

“Observations on the 22d stanza in the 9th canto of the 2d book of Spenser’s Fairy Queen,” Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“The King’s Cause rationally, briefly, and plainly debated, as it stands de facto, against the irrational misprision of a deceived people,” Doughty, John an English divine

“Grammaire Espagnole abregee,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“The Christian Warfare.” Downham, George bishop of Derry in Ireland

Died: Downing, Calybute an English divine

“Epistolary Discourse to Thomas Godwin, Ph. Nye, and Sam. Hartlib,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

Born: Echard, James an useful French biographer

Born: Ettmuller, Michael a physician

Born: Fare, Charles Augustus, Marquis De La was born in 1644

“A Treatise against the Franc -aileu, a claim of exemption from Imposts and personal Services,” Galland, Augustus was proctor- general of the domain of Navarre

“Practical Catechism,” Hammond, Dr. Henry a learned English divine

Died: Helmont, John Baptist Van commonly called Van Helmont

“Exercitationes Anti-Morinianse, de Pentateucho Samaritano, &c.” Hottinger, John-Henry a very learned writer

“St. Paul’s late Progress upon Earth about a Divorce betwixt Christ and the Church of Rome, by reason of her dissoluteness and excesses, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Died: Jameson, George an eminent artist

Born: Jouvenet, John an historical painter

Born: Ittigius, Thomas a learned professor of divinity at Leipsic

“Ecclesiastical History,” Lambarde, William an eminent lawyer and antiquary

Born: Lamoignon, Christian Francis De eldest son of the preceding

“Nouvelle Methode pour apprendre la Langue Latine,” Lancelot, Claude an useful French writer

“A Review of the Covenant: wherein the original, grounds, means, matter, and ends of it are examined; and out of the principles of the remonstunce*, declarations, votes, orders and ordinances of trie prime covenanters, or the firmer grounds of scripture, law, and reason, disproved,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“England’s prophetical Merlin;” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Born: Lisle, Claude De historiographer and censor royal

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

Born: Mencke, Otto in Latin Menckenius

“Opuscula aurea et selectiora,” Mercurialis, Jerome a learned and eminent physician

“Grotius de Veritate Christianse Religionis,” Mezerai, Francis Eudes De an eminent French historian

“Confessions and Proofs of Protestant Divines,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

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

“An Anatomy of Independency,” Nye, Philip an English nonconformist

“An Epistolary Discourse about Toleration,” Nye, Philip an English nonconformist

Born: Orleans, Peter Joseph D' a Jesuit who acquired a considerable reputation in his own country as a historian

“Religio Medici.” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“A Refutation of Longomontamis’s Discourse, De vera circuli mensura,” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

“An Exercitation concerning Easter,” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

Born: Penn, William the son of the preceding

Died: Pineau, Gabriel Du a celebrated lawyer

“Obtestatio ad universam Europam pro discendis rebus et linguis orientalibus,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Died: Roe, Sir Thomas an able statesman and ambassador

Born: Roemer a Danish astronomer and mathematician

Born: Sandius, Christopher or

Born: Sharp, John a learned and worthy prelate

“Councils;” Stephens, Jeremy a learned English divine

“Historical Commentary on the Lives of the Emperors,” Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

Died: Urban Viii., Pope one of those pontiffs who deserve some notice on account of his learning

“HaKographia, de praeparatione, usu, ac virtutibus omnium salium mineralium, animalium, ac vegetabiliuni, ex manuscriptis Basilii Valentini collecta ab Ant. Salimncio,” Valentine, Basil is the name

“Tactics,” Vegetius, Flavius Renatus an ancient Latin writer

“Opobalsami veteribus cogniti vmdicias,” Vesling, John an able anatomist

“God in the Molint; or England’s Remembrancer, being the first and second part of a Parliamentary Chronicle,” Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

“God made visible in all his Works,” Walker, George an eminent Puritan divine

Died: Westfield, Thomas a native of Ely

Born: Williams, Daniel an eminent divine among the dissenters

Born: Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

1645

“Epistola Catholica S. Barnabas Appstoli, Gr. & Lat. cum notis Nic. Hug. Menardi, et eiogio ejusdem auctoris,” Acheri, Luc D' a Benedictine of the congregation of St

“De libris ecclesiasticis Graecorum,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

“De Templis Grsecorumrecentioribus,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

“De Mensura temporum antiquorum et proecipue Græcorupi,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

“De Pulsibus,” Ambrosini, Bartholomew was a physician of considerable eminence and professor of botany at Bologna

Died: Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

Born: Archon, Louis chaplain to Louis XIV. was born at Riom in Auvergne in 1645

Died: Arrigoni, Francis of Bergamo

Died: Aston, Sir Thomas a brave and loyal gentleman

Born: Averani, Benedict elder brother to Joseph

Died: Baker, Sir Richard grandson of the preceding

Died: Balducci, Francis a celebrated Italian poet of the seventeenth century

“Traitc de Pautorite* de St. Pierre et de St. Paul, qui reside dans le Pape, successeur de ces deux Apotres,” Barcos, Martin De a native of Bayonne

“De unicornu observationes novae. Accesserunt de aureo cornu Olai Wormii eruditorum judicia,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

“De monstris in Natura et Meclicina,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

“Viridicire Veritatis; truth vindicated against calumny. In a brief answer to Dr. Bastwick’s two late books, entitled `Independency not God’s Ordinance,'” Bastwick, Dr. John an English physician of the last century

Born: Battaglini, Mark was born at Rimini

Born: Beauchateau, François Matthieu Chatelet De born at Paris in 1645

Born: Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

Born: Bellocq, Peter valet-de-chambre to Louis XIV

Died: Bignon, Jerome a French writer

“Catalogue des Raretes de Pierre Borel de Castres,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“A Light from Christ, &c.” Bourne, Immanuel the son of a clergyman

“A Key to the King’s Cabinet; or animadversions upon the three printed speeches of Mr. L'isle, Mr. Tate, and Mr. Browne, members of the house of commons, spoken at a common hall in London, July 1645, detecting the malice and falsehood of their blasphemous observations upon the king and queen’s letters,” Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

Died: Browne, William an ingenious English poet

Born: Burgess, Daniel a dissenting divine of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

“Parliament’s Power for Laws in Religion,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Vindiciae Veritatis: Truth vindicated against Calumny: In a brief Answer to Dr. Bastwick’s two late books, entitled, Independency not God’s Ordinance,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Truth shut out of Doors; or, A brief Narrative of the Occasion and Manner of Proceeding of Aldermanbury Parish, in shutting their Church-Door against him,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

Born: Cantel, Peter Joseph a man of considerable learning in classical criticism

“Diatriba de veris et antiquis Ebraeorum literis,” Capellus, Lewis an eminent French protestant and learned divine

“A Discourse on the Infallibility of the Church of Rome,” Cary, Lucius eldest son of the preceding

“The original of Temporal Evils; the opinions of the most ancient Heathens concerning it examined by the Sacred Scriptures, and referred unto them, as unto the source and fountain, from whence they spring,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Histoire des Papes,” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

“Ge‘ne’alogie de la Maison de Tassis,” Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

“Historical relation of the Military Government of Gloucester, from the beginning of the Civil War to the removal of col. Massie to the command of the western forces,” Corbet, John a nonconformist divine of considerable note

“Tresor de l'Histoire de France de Gilles Corrozet,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

“Histoire universelle du royatime de la Chine,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

“Introducteur en la Cosmographie,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

“Harmonic des Evangelistes stir la Passion de notre Seigneur, avec des eclaircissemens,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Died: Diemen, Anthony Van a governor of the Dutch East India settlements

“Van Diemen’s Land.” Diemen, Anthony Van a governor of the Dutch East India settlements

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

Born: Ferrand, Louis a French lawyer

Born: Francius, Peter a Greek and Latin poet

“Chartse Scriptae, or a New Game at cards, called Play by the Book,” Gayton, Edmund or

Died: Godwin, Francis son of the preceding

“Les avis et les presens de la Demoiselle de Gournai.” Go Urn Ay, Mary De Jars, Lady Of a French female wit

Born: Griffier, John a landscape painter

“Lucubrationes Frankrallenses, sive specimen aliquod interpretationum et expositionum, quas plurimas in difficillima quaeque utriusque Testamenti loca meditatus est B. C. Bertramus,” Hackspan, Theodore a Lutheran divine

Born: Hawles, John an English lawyer

Died: Hayne, Thomas a learned schoolmaster

Born: Hemskirk, Egbert another painter

“De libertate Arbitrii, imprimis Je concursu causne secundce cum primis,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“De Religione Gentilium, errorumque apud eos causis.” Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

“Mercurius Aulicus;” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

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

“An exposition of the Lord’s Prayer,” Hooker, Thomas a celebrated divine of New England

“The Saint’s Guide,” Hooker, Thomas a celebrated divine of New England

“Epistolae Ho-Elianae: or, Familiar Letters, domestic and foreign, divided into sundry sections, partly historical, partly political, partly philosophical,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“A Nocturnal Progress: or, a Perambulation of most Countries in Christendom, performed in one night by strength of imagination,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“Bibliotheca Parisina, hoc est Catalogus omnium librorum Parisiis annis 1643 & 1644 inclusive excusorum,” Jacob, Lewis an industrious French author and bibliographer

“A View of the New Directory, and a Vindication of the ancient Liturgy of the Church of England: in answer to the reasons pretended in the ordinance and preface for the abolishing the one, and establishing the other,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“Life of Dr. Pocock,” Laud, William archbishop of Canterbury

Born: Lemery, Nicolas a celebrated chemist

“The starry Messenger,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

“In privilegia vivo vocts oraculo concessa societati,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

Born: Mayow, John a very learned and ingenious physician of the seventeenth century

Born: Mill, John the learned editor of the Greek Testament

“A Forest of Varieties, first part,” North, Dudley, Third Lord who appears to be the first of this family entitled to notice in a work of this description

Born: North, John fourth son of Dudley lord North

“Iferesiography” Pagit a Puritan divine

Died: Pasor, Matthias the son of George Pasor

“A Commentary upon the Institutes of Justinian,” Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul a French academician

Died: Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

“De Physiognomia,” Porta, Johnbaptista a Neapolitan gentleman

“Brief instructions concerning the holy Sacrament,” Reading, John an English divine

Born: Rotgans, Luke a very celebrated Dutch poet

“De Hellenistica: commentarius controversiam de lingua hellenistica decidens, et plenissime pertractans origines et dialecticos Graecae lingua?,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Epistolae ad Davidem Bu chananum super controversies quibusdam, quse in ecclesiis Anglicanis agitantur,” Spanheim, Frederic professor of divinity at Leyden

“L' Art de faire les devices, avec un Traité des rencontres ou mots plaisants,” Stephanus, Paul son of the second Henry

“Compendium Historiae Batavicae,” Thysius, Antony a celebrated Dutch philologer

“A brief relation of the present troubles in England,” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

Born: Turner, Thomas brother to the above

Born: Vert, Claude De a celebrated and learned monk of Cluni

Born: Wagstaffe, Thomas a learned nonjuring divine and able writer

Born: Wase, Christopher a man of considerable learning

Born: White, Robert an eminent engraver

1646

Born: Abelin, John Philip a historian (?–1646)

Died: Almeida, Manoel a Portuguese historian

“Loci communes,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

“Explicatio catacheseos Palatince,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

“Storia di Terni,” Angeloni, Francis a learned antiquary of the seventeenth century

“Crown of St. Stephen the martyr,” Anslo, Reiner a Dutch poet of considerable celebrity in his own country

“La Bellezza atterrata, elegia,” Artalis, Joseph an Italian poet

Born: Atkyns, Sir Robert son of the preceding

Born: Bagger, John bishop of Copenhagen

“Treatise defending the revenues of the church in Tithes and Glebe,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“Eclaircissemens de quelques Objections, que l‘on a forme’es contre la Grandeur de TEglise Romaine,” Barcos, Martin De a native of Bayonne

“Antiquitatum veteris puerperii synopsis, operi magno ad eruditos praemissa,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

“Deoet Ecclesiae Sacrum; Sacrilege arraigned and condemned by St. Paul, Romans ii. 22,” Basier, Isaac a learned divine of the seventeenth century

“Mantissa ad viretum stirpium Eystettense-Beslerianum,” Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

“Geographica Sacra,” Bochart, Samuel a learned French Protestant

“The Irish Rebellion; or, The History of the beginnings and first progress of the general rebellion raised within the kingdom of Ireland, Oct. 23, 1641,” Borlace, Dr. Edmund son of sir John Borlace

“Dissertatio de veterum adoratione,” Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

“De posthumo Grotii;” Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

“Conformity’s Deformity, in a Dialogue between Conformity and Conscience,” Burton, Henry was born at Birsall in Yorkshire

“Decisiones Saxonicae,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Died: Cary, Lucius eldest son of the preceding

“A View of some exceptions made against the preceding discourse,” Cary, Lucius eldest son of the preceding

“A discourse concerning Christ his Incarnation and Exinanition. With an introduction concerning the principles of Christianity and Divinity,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Born: Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

“The Life and Death of Robert earl of Essex,” Codrington, Robert a miscellaneous writer and translator of the seventeenth century

Born: Cornaro Piscopia, Helena Lucretia a learned Venetian lady

Born: Dandini, Pietro an eminent painter

Died: Devereux, Robert son to the former

“Animadversiones in Epistolam ad Romanes et reliquas Epistolas,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

“Moyen aise d'apprendre les langues mis en pratique sur la langue Espagnole,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Of Presbytery, and Independency, &c.” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

Born: Espen, Zeger Bernard Van an eminent canonist

“De Malorum aureorum cultura,” Ferrari, John Baptist a Jesuit of Sienna

“The Anarchy of a limited and mixed Monarchy,” Filmer, Sir Robert son of sir Edward Filmer

Born: Flamsteed, John a very eminent English astronomer

“Andronicus, or the unfortunate politician,” Fuller, Thomas an English historian and divine

Born: Galland, Antony a learned antiquary of France

“AstrologoMastix; or, the vanity of judicial astrology,” Geree, John an English divine of the puritan cast

“La doctrine des Mceurs, tiree de la philosophic des Stoiques, representee en cent tableaux,” Gomberville, Marin Le Roi Sieurde

“Pyramidologia; or a description of the Pyramids in Egypt,” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

Died: Gregory, John a learned divine of a different family from the preceding

“Notes and Observations on some passages of Scripture,” Gregory, John a learned divine of a different family from the preceding

“Life, or Panegyric of Cardinal de Berulle,” Habert, Germain a French poet of the seventeenth century

“Fides et leges Mohammedis, ex Alcorano,” Hackspan, Theodore a Lutheran divine

“Tractate on Education,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

Died: Hope, Sir Thomas a Scotch lawyer

Born: Jenks, Benjamin a pious English divine and writer

Born: Jungerman, Godfrey a native of Leipsic

“Catalogus plantarum quae circa Altorfinuui nascuntur,” Jungerman, Godfrey a native of Leipsic

“Ars magna lucis et umbrae,” Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Born: Le Cene, Charles a learned protestant divine

Born: Leibnitz, Godfrey William De a very eminent mathematician and philosopher

“Collection of Prophecies,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Died: Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

Died: Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

Died: Maynard, Francis a French poet

Born: Menzini, Benedict an Italian poet

“Penseroso.” Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

Died: Niceron, John Francis an able mathematician

“Thaumaturgus Opticus: sive, Admiranda Optices, Catoptrices, et Dioptrices, Pars prima, &c.” Niceron, John Francis an able mathematician

Born: Pedrusi, Paul a learned antiquary

Born: Plumier, Charles called Father Plumier

Born: Poiret, Peter famous only for his love of mysticism and enthusiasm

“Matthaeus, ex sacra pagina, sanctis patribus, &c. illustratus,” Price, John in Latin Pricæus

“Annotationes in epist. Jacobi,” Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Died: Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

Died: Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

“The Shepheard’s Oracles, delivered in certain Eglogues,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“Ortographice et analogic, vulgo etymologise, Ebraicse delineatio, &c.” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Born: Renaudot, Eusebius a French writer

“Abre*ge de la Vie et de la mort de Henri de Bourbon, prince de Conde,” Renaudot, Theofhrastus a physician

Born: Riley, John an English artist of very considerable merit

“Corona Gotica, Castellana, y Austriaca politicamente illustrada,” Saavedra-Faxardo, Diego De a Spanish political and moral writer

Born: Schaaf, Charles a learned German

“De Anno civili et Calendario Judaico,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Exercitationes de Grafla universali,” Spanheim, Frederic professor of divinity at Leyden

“A Discourse concerning. Prayer extempore, or by pretence of the Spirit, in justification of authorised and set forms of Liturgie.” Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

“Treatise of Reprobation,” Twiss, William a very learned nonconformist divine

Died: Vanbrugh, John a gentleman eminent in the very different characters of dramatic poet and architect

Died: Velez, Lewis Velez De Guevara a Spanish comic poet and satirist

“God’s Arke overtopping the World’s waves; or, a third part of a Parliamentary Chronicle,” Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

“The Burning-bush not consumed; or the fourth and last part of a Parliamentary Chronicle,” Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

“Magnalia Dei Anglicana, or, England’s Parliamentary Chronicle,” Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

“Ignatii Epistolæ, & Barnabæ Epistola, Græce & Latinæ, cum notis,” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

Born: Wall, William the able defender of infant-baptism

“Poems,” Walton, Isaac a celebrated writer on the art of angling

“Ecclesiastes; or, a Discourse of the Gift of Preaching, as it falls under the rules of Art,” Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

“J. G. de rebus auspiciis serenissimi et potentissimi Caroli, Dei gratia Mag. Brit. regis, &c. sub imperio illustrissimi Montisrosarum marchionis, &c. anno 1644, et duobus sequentibus, praeclare gestis, comtuentarius, mterprete A. S.” Wishart, George bishop of Edinburgh

1647

“Malta illustrata, owero della descrizione di Malta, con le sue antichita, ed altre notizie,” Abela, John Francis the historian of Malta; born in that ilsand about the end of the sixteenth century

Born: Aldrich, Henry an eminent scholar and divine

“The Privileges of the University of Oxford, in point of Visitation,” Allestry, Richard an eminent English divine

“Exegesis Augustanae Confessionis,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

Died: Andreas, Onuphrius a Neapolitan poet

“Le glorie cle gli Incogniti, overo gli Hnomini Iliustri della academia de' i signori Incogniti di Venetia,” Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

“Velitationes sex in Apocalypsim,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

“Poesis osca, sive drama Georgicum, in quo belli mala, pacis bona carmine antique, aetellano, osco, casco,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Born: Barre, Francis Poullain De La was born July 1647

Died: Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Born: Battely, Dr. John an English antiquary

Born: Bayle, Peter a French writer who once made a great figure in the literary world

“Psyche,” Beaumont, Joseph master of Peter-house

“Des eveques de Poitiers, avec les preuves,” Besly, John king’s advocate at Fontenaye-le-Comte

Died: Beverwick, John De in Latin Beverovicius

“Horticultura Danica,” Block, George Castaneus bishop of Ripen

Died: Bloemart, Abraham painter of landscape

“The Exchange Walk,” Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

Born: Brousson, Claude a French Protestant and martyr

“Annotations on the first Epistle of Clement the Apostle to the Corinthians,” Burton, William another antiquary of the seventeenth century

“A short institution of Grammar,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

“De verborum usu, & accuratse eorum cognitionis utilitate Diatriba,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Persii Satyrse cum notis Isaaci Casaubon,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Symbolica ^gyptiorum Sapientia,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

“Universal History,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Born: Croune, William an eminent physician and benefactor to the science

“Specimina Philosophies,” Des Cartes, Rene a modern philosopher of high distinction

Born: Diecman, John a Lutheran divine

“Model of the Church Government,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“Versio Durrhamani de medicis virtutibus Animaiium, Plantarum, et Gemmarum,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

Died: Edwards, Thomas a famous presbyterian writer in the seventeenth century

Died: Edwards, John an eminent English divine and voluminous writer

“Episcopacy and Presbytery considered,” Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

Born: Fesch, Sebastian an able antiquary

Died: Filmer, Sir Robert son of sir Edward Filmer

Born: Finch, Daniel second earl of Nottingham

“Angiiae Flagellum, seu, Tabes Anglica numeris omnibus absolute,” Garencieres, Theophilus a physician at Caen

“A Mistake or Misconstruction removed, &c.” Gataker, Thomas a very learned English divine aud critic

Died: Gentileschi, Horatio an Italian painter

“Euchologion, sive rituale Grcecorum,” Goar, James a learned French Dominican

“A Discourse of the Roman Foot and Denarius,” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

“Opus Geometricum Quadratures Circuli, et Sectionum Coni,” Gregory Of St. Vincent a Flemish geometrician

“Luculenta e sacra scriptura testimonia, ad Hugonis Grotii baptizatorum puerorum institutionem,” Grey, Nicholas a learned schoolmaster of the seventeenth century

Born: Groteste, Claude, Sieur De La Mothe a French protestant clergyman

“Poems by John Hall, Cambridge, printed by Roger Daniel, printer to the universitie, 1646, for J. Rothwell at the Sun in St. Paul’s Churchyard,” Hall, John an English poet of some note

“I leave my body to be buried without any funeral pomp, at the discretion of my executors, with this only monition, that I do not hold God’s house a meet repository for the dead bodies of the greatest saints.” Hall, Joseph a very eminent

Born: Hardouin, John a French Jesuit

Born: Harris, Walter a learned English physician

“Two letters to him on the same subject, by sir William Petty,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

Born: Hautefeuille, John an ingenious mechanic

Died: Holbourne, Sir Robert a lawyer of considerable eminence

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

“Selenographia,” Hooke, Robert an eminent English mathematician

Died: Hooker, Thomas a celebrated divine of New England

Born: Hopkins, William a learned divine of the church of England

“An Account of the deplorable state of England in 1647, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“Letter to Lord Pembroke concerning the Times, and the sad condition both of Prince and People,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Born: Jacquelot, Isaac an eminent Protestant divine

Born: Jaeger, John Wolfgang a Lutheran divine

Born: Jeffery, John an English divine

Born: Jobert, Louis a pious and learned Jesuit

“Chronicon;” Ives in Latin Ivo

“Fragment* aliquot, edita a Combacio,” Kelley a famous English alchymist

Born: Kuhnius, Joachim a learned German

“Prodromus lucubrationum criticorum in Auli Gellii Noctes Atticas, una cum dissertatione de vita et nomine A. Gellii,” Lambecius, Peter a very learned writer

Born: Lambert, Anne Therese, Marchioness De an ingenious French lady

Died: Lanfranco, Giovanni an eminent Italian painter

Died: Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

“Christian Astrology,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

“Davide perseguitato” Malvezzi, Virgil commonly called the marquis Malvezzi

“Successi della monarchia di Spagna” Malvezzi, Virgil commonly called the marquis Malvezzi

Born: Martianay, John a Benedictine monk

Died: Mason, Francis an English divine

Born: Merian, Maria Sibylla a lady much and justly ceJebrated for her skill in drawing insects

Died: Mydorge, Claude an able mathematician

“The Parliament of Ladies,” Nevile, Henry a republican writer

“Nicetæ Acominati Choniatæ Hist. Gr. et Lat. ed. C. An. Fabroto,” Nicetas, Achominates a Greek historian

Born: Noodt, Gerard a celebrated civilian (?–1725)

Born: Nourry, Nicholas Le a learned Benedictine of the congregation of St

Died: Palmer, Herbert a learned and pious divine

“Institutio Principis,” Perefixe, Hardouin De Beaumont De a celebrated archbishop of Paris

“Atnesii Lectiones in Psalmos, cum Epist. Dedic.” Petis De La Croix, Francis an agreeable French writer and learned Orientalist

Born: Potenger, John an English gentleman of talents (16471733)

“Acta Apostolorum, ex sacra pagina, sanctis patribus, &c. illustrata,” Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Died: Quevedo, Francis De an eminent Spanish satirist

Born: Quien De La Neufville, James Le de la Neufville

Born: Regnard, John Francis one of the best French comic writers after Moliere

“La vie et la mort du Marechal de Gassion,” Renaudot, Theofhrastus a physician

Born: Ricaut, Sir Paul an English traveller

Died: Rivet, Andrew a celebrated French protestant divine

Died: Rossi, John Victor a learned Italian

“A Catalogue of all, or most part of the Lords, Knights, Commanders, and Persons of Quality, slain or executed by Law Martial, from the beginning of this unnatural War to March 25, 1647.” Ryves, Bruno related to sir Thomas Ryves

“De Juramenti Obligatione,” Sanderson, Dr. Robert

Died: Shakspeare was a considerable dealer in wool

Born: Soanen, John son of Matthew Soanen

Born: Spon, James son of the preceding

“The Loves of Hero and Leander, from the Greek of Musaeus, with notes,” Stapleton, Sir Robert a dramatic poet

“Juvenal” Stapleton, Sir Robert a dramatic poet

Died: Stella, James an eminent painter

“Liberty of Prophecy ing,” Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

“Orthodox and Miscellaneous Paradoxes,” Venning, Ralph a nonconformist divine

Died: Verneuil, John a French refugee

“System of Jewish Theology,” Voisin, Joseph De an ingenious doctor

Died: Wepfer, John James a celebrated physician

Born: Wetstein, John Rodolph mentioned above as one of the tutors to John James Wetstein

“A way to the tree of life, discovered in sundry directions for the profitable reading of the Scriptures,” White, John a puritan divine

Died: Wilde, John a lawyer (1590–?)

Died: Wilkinson, Henry one of four divines of the name of Wilkinson

“A Catechism for the use of the congregation of Waddesdon,” Wilkinson, Henry one of four divines of the name of Wilkinson

Born: Wilmot, John, Earl Of Rochester a noted wit in the reign of Charles II. was the son of Henry earl of Rochester; who bore a great part in the civil wars

1648

Died: Abbot, George nephew of the preceding

Born: Abeille, Gaspar was born at Riez in Provence

“Asceticorum, vulgo spiritual] nm opusculorum, quae inter Patrum opera reperiuntur, Indiculus,” Acheri, Luc D' a Benedictine of the congregation of St

“De Ecclesiæ Occidentalis et Orientalis perpetua consensione,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

“The Testimony of the Ministry of Somersetshire to the Truth of Jesus Christ, and to the Solemn League and Covenant,” Allein, Richard the son of a clergyman of the same name

“Edicts,” Anselme, Antony of Antwerp

“Genealogia Scaligerorum,” Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

“Short censure of the book of Will. Prynne, entitled ‘The university of Oxford’s plea refuted’,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“Paradigimata et historic morborum ob raritatem observatione dignissimse,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“Sylvae Lyricae,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Born: Barclay, Robert the celebrated apologist for the Quakers

“The Royal Apology; or, the declaration of the Commons in parliament, Feb. 11, 1647,” Bate, George an eminent physician

Born: Baudelot, Charles Cæsar

Born: Bellegarde, Jean Baptiste Morvan De born in 1648 at Pihyriac in the diocese of Nantes

Died: Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

Born: Blow, John an English musician of considerable fame

“Catalogus -Plantarum” Bobart, Jacob a German horticulturist

“Vita S. Liborii Episcopi,” Bollandus, John a learned Jesuit

“Brevis Notitia Italiae,” Bollandus, John a learned Jesuit

“Breves Notitice triplici status, Ecclesiastici, Monastici et Saecularis,” Bollandus, John a learned Jesuit

“Tractatus de punctorum vocalium & accentuum in libris Veteris Testamenti Hebraicis origine, antiquitate, & auctoritate,” Buxtorf, John the son of the preceding

“Clavis Linguæ Sanctæ,” Bythner, Victorinus an able linguist

“The blessed Jew of Morocco a demonstration of the true Messias, &c. by Rabbi Samuel, a converted Jew, &c.” Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Died: Cantarini, Simone a painter and engraver

“Christian Diary” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

Born: Cheron, Elizabeth Sophia daughter of Henry Cheron

“Excerpta de legatis, Graec. & Lat.” Constantine Vii., Porphyrogeneta son of Leo the Wise

“S. Cyrilli Homilise in Jeremiam,” Cordes a learned editor

“Voyages de Vincent de Blanc,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Born: Crenius, Thomas a native of the marche of Brandenburg

Born: Daubenton, William a French Jesuit

“I performed with great safety to the persons with whom we corresponded: but about nine months after, being discovered by their knowledge of Mr. Cowley’s hand, 1 happily escaped both for myself and them.” Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

“Animadversiones in omnes libros Veteris Testamenti,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

Died: Empereur, Constantine of Oppyck

Born: Fage, Raimond De La a self-taught genius

Born: Feuquieres, Anthony De Pas, Marquis Of son of Isaac

Died: Forbes, John of Corse

Born: Franceschini, Marc Antonio an historical painter

Born: Fresny, Charles Riviere Du a French poet

Died: Gabriel Sionita a learned Maronite

“The religious and loyal Protestation of John Gauden, doctor in divinity, against the present declared purposes and proceedings of the army, and others, about the trying and destroying of our sovereign lord the king; sent to a colonel, to be presented to the lord Fairfax, and his general council of officers, the 5th of January, 1648,” Gauden, John an English prelate

Died: Gentilis, Albericds an eminent civilian at Oxford

“An exercise, wherein the evil of Health-drinking is by clear and solid arguments convinced,” Geree, John an English divine of the puritan cast

Born: Guyon, Joanna Mary Bouvieres De La Mothe a French lady of fashion

Died: Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

Born: Hoet, Gerard an eminent historical and landscape painter

Died: Hooke, Robert an eminent English mathematician

“The History of England, during the year 1645, and 1646,” Hornius, George an historian in the 17th century

“A Venetian Looking-glass: or, a Letter written very lately from London to Cardinal Barberini at Rome, by a Venetian Clarissimo, touching the present Distempers in England,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“On the Sacraments.” Hugh De St. Victor an eminent divine in the 12th century

“A preparative to the treaty with the king,” Jenkins, David an English lawyer

Died: Inchofer, Melchior a learned German

Born: King, Gregory a heraldic and commercial writer

Born: Kneller, Sir Godfrey, Baronet an eminent portrait painter

“A Treatise of Divinity,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“The Saint’s encouragement in evil times or observations concerning the martyrs in general,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“A Treatise of the three Suns seen in the Winter of 1647,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Died: Lubienietski, Stanislaus in Latin Lubieniecius

Born: Lucas, Richard a learned English divine

“Advice to Mr. Hartlib for the Advancement of Learning,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Advice to Mr. S. Hartlib,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

Born: Prestet, John, a priest of the oratory

Born: Prideaux, Humphrey a learned English divine

“An easy and compendious introduction for reading all sorts of Histories,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“Lectiones 22, Orationes 13, Conciones 6, et O ratio ad Jacobum Regem,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“Trajectum Eruditum.” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“A Grammar of the Hebrew, Chaldaic, Syriac, Arabic, and Samaritan,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Symbola Antoiiiana,” Raynaud, Theophilus a celebrated Jesuit

“The Life of Cardinal Michael de Mazarin,” Renaudot, Theofhrastus a physician

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

Born: Settle, Elkanah a poetaster

“The insecurity of princes, considered in an occasional meditation upon the king’s late sufferings and death,” Somner, William an eminent English antiquary

“The Theatre of God’s Judgments,” Taylor, Thomas one of the most eminent and learned of the puritan divines

“Dissertatio de Macedonum et Asianorum anno solari” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Born: Verney, Guichard Joseph Du an eminent French anatomist

“Select Disputationes Theolegicce,” Voetius, Gisbert an eminent Dutch divine

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

“Pomponius Mela de situ orbis, cum observationibus,” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

“History of Independency,” Walker, Clement author of the “History of Independency

Died: White, John a puritan divine

“Mercury; or, the secret and swift Messenger; shewing how a man may with privacy and speed communicate his thoughts to a friend at any distance,” Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

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Died: Adimari, Alexander an Italian poet

“La Sicilia di Filippo Paruta descritta con Medaglie, con la giunta di Lionardo Agostini,” Agostini, Lionardo an eminent antiquary

“L'Anti-Theophile paroissial,” Albi, Henry a native of Bolene in the comtat Venaissin

“Apologie pour l'Anti-Theophile paroissial,” Albi, Henry a native of Bolene in the comtat Venaissin

“Vita P. Joannis Cardin. Lusitani, ex societate Jesu,” Alegambe, Philip a Flemish Jesuit

Died: Alenio, Julius a Jesuit

Died: Amico, Bartholomew a learned Jesuit

“Vocation of Pastors” Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

“Eneide di Virgilio, tradotto in verso sciolto,” Angelucci, Theodore in Latin Angelutius

“Codex Belgicus,” Anselme, Antony of Antwerp

“Parisian nuptials, or the massacre of St. Bartholomew,” Anslo, Reiner a Dutch poet of considerable celebrity in his own country

Born: Aulisio, Dominico the son of Antonio Aulisio

Born: Baillet, Adrian an eminent French critic

“Consiliorum Med. lib. tertius,” Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

Born: Barbeyrac, Charles an eminent French physician of the seventeenth century

“Elenchus Motuum nuperorum in Anglia, simul ac Juris Regis el Parliamentarii brevis narratio,” Bate, George an eminent physician

Born: Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Hist, morbi academici Regiomontani,” Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

“Commentarius de Theriaca,” Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

“De objecto philosophise,” Bergalli, Charles an Italian monk of the order of the minorite conventuals

Born: Bidloo, Godfrey a famous anatomical writer

“Effigies Amoris, sive quid sit Amor efflagitanti responsum,” Birkenhead, Sir John a political author in the seventeenth century

“Novum ac magnum theatrum civitatum totius Belgiae,” Blaeu, William an eminent printer

“Quintus Curtius,” Blancard, Nicholas a classical editor

Born: Blount, Sir Thomas Pope an eminent writer towards the close of the seventeenth century

Died: Boate, Dr. Gerard a Dutchman

Born: Bocquillot, Lazarus Andrew a French ecclesiastic

“Delle cagioni dellefebri maligni,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Born: Boullongne, Bon De eldest son of the preceding

“Poemata,” Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

Born: Broeckhusius, John a distinguished scholar in Holland

“Opera Canonica Canisii,” Canisius, Henry the nephew of Peter Canisius

“Definitiones ecclesiastics,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Carstares, William a political character of considerable fame in Scotland

“Vacuum proscriptum,” Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“The Country Captain,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

“Variety,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

Died: Chappel, William a very learned and pious divine

“De altitudine Caucasi liber unus, cura Gab. Naudasi editus,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Claridge, Richard a writer of eminence among the Quakers

“The Marrow of Ecclesiastical History, containing the lives of the Fathers, Schoolmen, Reformers, and eminent modern Divines, &c.” Clarke, Samuel a very industrious and useful writer of the seventeenth century

“Cor Christi in ccelis erga peccatores in terris,” Colombiere, Claude De La a famous Jesuit

Died: Cotton, Charles an English poet

“Lachrymae Musarum,” Cotton, Charles an English poet

“De pcenis et satisfactionibus humanis,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Born: Daniel, Garriel a very ingenious and learned Frenchman

Born: Davis, Rowland an Irish divine

Born: Devaux, John an eminent surgeon of Paris

“Canticum Avicennas de Medicina, ex Arab. Lat. reddit.” Deusingius, Anthony a learned physician

“Synopsis Medicine universali?,” Deusingius, Anthony a learned physician

Died: Drummond, William an elegant and ingenious poet

Died: Duck, Arthur an English civilian

Born: Duguet, James Joseph a learned priest of the oratory

Born: Duncan, Daniel an eminent physician

“Seasonable discourse for Reformation,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“Imago regis Caroli, in illis suis Ærumnis et Solitudine,” Earle, John successively bishop of Worcester and Salisbury

“Triumphus Crucis, sive fides catholica de satisfactione Jesu Christi,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“Of Liberty and Servitude,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“Arcana studiorum omnium methodus, et bibliotheca scientiarum,” Fichet, Alexander a man of considerable learning

Born: Floyer, Sir John an eminent physician

Died: Gallucci, Tarquinius an Italian Jesuit

“A Discourse concerning public oaths, and the lawfulness of swearing in judicial proceedings, in order to answer the scruples of the Quakers,” Gauden, John an English prelate

Died: Geree, John an English divine of the puritan cast

“Elementa Linguae Persicae,” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

“Notae in Senecam Philosophum & Rhctorein;” Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

Born: Gryphius, Christian son of the preceding

Died: Hakewill, George a learned English divine

“Epistola ad D. Lambertum Osbaldestonum, cui intexitur Apologia pro honoratissimo &c. D. Johanne Williams Arch. Eborac.” Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

“German by birth, a good scholar, and a great traveller,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

Died: Heraldus, Desiderius French

“Reliquiae sacrae Carolina,” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

“The Covenant of Grace opened in several Sermons,” Hooker, Thomas a celebrated divine of New England

“Thesaurus Philologicus, seu clavis scripturic,” Hottinger, John-Henry a very learned writer

“Winter-Dream,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“Inquisition after Blood, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Born: Johnson, Samuel an English divine of remarkable learning and steadiness in suffering for the principles of tha 1History of the Spalding Society.—Nichols’s Bowyer. 39Revolution in 1688

“Historia naturalis de Piscibus et Cetis, &c.” Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

“The Subjects’ sorrow or Lamentations upon the death of Britain’s Josiah, king Charles,” Juxon, William a loyal and worthy English prelate

Died: Ivetaux, Nicholas Vanquelin, Seigneur Des a French poet

Born: Kahler, Wicand a learned and indefatigable German writer

“A deep Groan fetched at the Funeral of the incomparable and glorious monarch king Charles J.” King, Henry bishop of Chichester in the seventeenth century

“Vitruvius,” Laet, John De an author of the seventeenth century

Born: Lodge, William a spirited and tasteful engraver of the seventeenth century

“China Illustrata,” Martini, Martin a Jesuit

“The Sum of a Conference with Darcey, a Jesuit, at Brussels,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“Preco divini verb! Albertus episcopus Ratisponenis,” Okolski, Simon a Dominican

“Arte de la Pintura, su antiguedad y grandezas,” Pacheco, Francis a Spanish artist

Born: Palfin, John a surgeon of eminence

“Theses Quaclragesiiriales in scholis Oxoniensibus publice pro forma discussae,” Potter, Christopher nephew to the preceding (15911646)

“Fasciculus Controversiarum ad Juniorum aut occupatorum captum colligatus,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“The Virgin Widow,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“Regale Lectum Miseriue or, a kingly bed of misery in which is contained a dreame with an Elegie upon the Martyrdome of Charles, late king of England, of blessed memory and another upon the right hon. the lord Capel, with a curse against the enemies of peace; and the author’s farewell to England. Whereunto is added, England’s Sonnets,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

Died: Raynerius a learned Dominican

“Opuscula anatomica nova,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“The Believer’s evidence for Eternal Life,” Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

“The Lawfulness of obeying the present Government,” Rous, Francis a very conspicuous racter during the republican state of England

“Translation of the Koran,” Ryer, Andrew Du sieur de Malesais

“Censure of Mr. Antony Ascham his book of the Confusions and Revolutions of Government,” Sanderson, Dr. Robert

“L'Histoire du Siege de Dunkerque,” Sarasin, John Francis a French miscellaneous author

Born: Sarnelli, Pompey a learned Italian prelate

Born: Schelhammer, Gonthier Christopher a celebrated German physician and philosopher

Died: Scioppius, Gaspar a learned German writer

Born: Sharroch, Robert a clergyman’s son

Born: Sheffield, John duke of Buckinghamshire

“Translations” Stanley, Thomas an accomplished scholar and poet

“Les Triomphes de Louis-le-Juste,” Stephanus, Paul son of the second Henry

Died: Strada, Famiamis an ingenious and learned Jesuit

Died: Teniers, David a Flemish painter

“A Discourse of the Right of the Church in a Christian State, with a Review by way of Appendix,” Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Tommasi, Joseph Maria a learned cardinal

Born: Tyson, Edward a learned physician

Born: Vignoles, Alphonso Des a learned chronologist

Died: Walæus, Anthony a very eminent Protestant divine

Died: Watts, William a learned sufferer during the usurpation

Died: Widdrington, Sir Thomas an eminent lawyer

“Discourse concerning the beauty of Providence, in all the rugged passages’ of it,” Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

Died: Wilkinson, John brother of the rector of Waddesdon