Events noted in 1625

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“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 impostors 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