Events noted in 1620

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“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 (?–1706)

“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

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 (?–1538)

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

“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