Events noted in 1650

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Died: Adriano a Spanish painter

“Lion restored,” Aitzema, Leo D' a gentleman of Frizeland

“Methodus Theologise,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

“De Ccipsicorum varietate cum suis iconibus: accessit panacea ex herbis quas a sanctis denominantur,” Ambrosini, Bartholomew was a physician of considerable eminence and professor of botany at Bologna

“Catalogue des eveques de Beziers” Andoque, Peter and not Androque

“Dissertatio continens introductionem ad philosophiam sacram,” Apaczai, John a man of singular character and learning of the seventeenth century

Died: Aquino, Philip D' a learned rabbi of Carpentras

“Dissertatio de Philosophia veterum,” Arndt, Christian was born in 1623

“De vera usu Logicesin Theologia,” Arndt, Christian was born in 1623

“Fasciculus Chemicus or, chymical collection, expressing the ingress, progress, and egress, of the secret Hermetick science, out of the choicest and most famous authors. Whereunto is added, the arcanum, or grand secret of Hermetick philosophy. Both made English by James Hasolle, esq. qui est Mercuriophilus Anglicus,” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

“Cavminum libri iii. ejusdem epistolae selectse,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Human Nature,” Bathurst, Ralph a distinguished wit

Died: Baudouin, John a member of the French academy

Born: Baxter, William an eminent grammarian and critic

“Herba Parietis, or the wall-flower, as it grows out of the stone-chamber belonging to the metropolitan prison; being an history, which is partly true, partly romantic, morally divine; whereby a marriage between reality and fancy is solemnized by divinity,” Bayly, Thomas the fourth and youngest son of bishop Bayly

Born: Benbow, John a brave English admiral

“Commentaire sur la Coutume de Normandie,” Berault, Michael pastor and professor of theology at Montauban

Born: Bergalli, Charles an Italian monk of the order of the minorite conventuals

“De nivibus Exquilinis, sive de sacris nivibus,” Beverini, Bartholomew a learned Italian of the seventeenth century

Born: Block, Joanna Koerten a female artist

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

“Tresor des antiquues Romanies,” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

“Oratio funebris in excessum Adriani Falkoburgii Med. Doct.” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Hayraonis Hist, ecclesiastics Breviarium,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Dissertatio de Groecse, Romanae, et Germanics? Linguarum harmonia,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

Born: Briggs, William an eminent physician

“A True Memorial of the ancient, most holy, and religious state of Great Britain, &c. in the time of the Britons, and primitive church of the Saxons,” Broughton, Richard a popish ecclesiastical historian

“Petrarca Redivivus,” Bruni, Leonard a very eminent scholar and historian

Born: Burkitt, William a celebrated commentator on the New Testament

“Lyra prophetica Davidis regis: sive Analysis Critico-Practica Psal morum,” Bythner, Victorinus an able linguist

“Vindication of the Presbyterian Government and Ministry,” Calamy, Edmund an eminent nonconformist divine in the seventeenth century

“Temptations, their nature, danger, and cure, &c.” Capel, Richard son of Christopher Capel

Born: Carvalho D'Acosta, Anthony a native of Lisbon

“De quatuor Linguis Commentationis, Pars I. Quse de Lingua Hebraica & de Lingua Saxonica. Accesserunt Gulielmi Somneri ad verba vetera Germanica Lipsiana Notae,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“De Origine et' rebus gestis Turcoman,” Chalcondyles, Laonicus was also a native of Athens

“Spiritus Gorgonicus vi sua saxipara exutus, sive de causis, signis, et sanatione Lithiaseos,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“A Ternary of Paradoxes, of the magnetic cure of wounds, nativity of tartar in wine, and image of God in man,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“The errors of physicians concerning Defluxions called Deliramenta Catarrhi,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“La Vie de Socrate,” Charpentier, Francis dean of the French academy

“History of the Rites, Customs, &c. of the Jews,” Chilmead, Edward an excellent Greek and Latin scholar and mathematician

Born: Chirac, Peter an eminent French physician

Born: Churchill, John duke of Marlborough

Born: Collier, Jeremy an eminent English divine

Died: Cordes a learned editor

Born: Cox, Sir Richard lord chancellor of Ireland

Born: Cunitia, Maria a lady of great genius and learning

“Urania Propitia,” Cunitia, Maria a lady of great genius and learning

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

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

“Memoirs of the Gauls,” Dupleix, Scipio a French historian

“Considerations concerning the Engagement,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“The Reformed School,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“The reformed Library Keeper,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“Traite de la devotion et de l'office du coeur de la Vierge,” Eudes, John brother of the celebrated historian Mezerai

Born: Fardklla, Michael Angelo a celebrated professor of astronomy and natural history at Padua

Born: Flaherty, Roderic an Irish gentleman of learning

“Ambitio sacra. Conciones duae Latine habitae ad academicos,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

“Parallele de l'architecture antique avec la rooderne,” Freart, Roland sieur de Chambrai

“Miscellanea Sacra,” Fuller, Nicholas a learned English divine and critic

“Index codicum MStorum quibus usus est Joh. Picus Comes Mirandulanus,” Gaffarell, James a learned Rabbinical writer

“Hippocrates Redivivus paraphrasibus illustratus,” Galeano, Joseph a physician of great repute at Palermo; and not for skill and learning in his profession only

Died: Garissoles, Anthony a French protestant divine

“Epistola de Zelandia,” Geldenhaur, Gerard Eobanus a learned German divine and historian

“Considerations on the lives of Alcibiades and Coriolanus,” Gentilis, Robert son of the preceding

“De Rachitide; ?ivemorbo puerili qui vulgo the Rickets dicitur,” Glisson, Francis an English physician

“An Account of his Sufferings,” Goodman, Godfrey an English prelate

Born: Gouye, Thomas a French mathematician

“Epochae celebriores astronomis, historicis, chronologis Chataiorum, Syro-grsecorum, Arabum, Persarum, &c. usitatae, ex traditione Ulug Beigi Arab, et Lat.” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

“Chorasmiae et Mawaralnabrae, hoc est, regionum extra fluvium Oxum, descriptio,” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

“Gregorii Posthuma,” Gregory, John a learned divine of a different family from the preceding

“Hist.de Brasse et de Bugey,” Guichenon, Samuel an ingenious and judicious French historian in the seventeenth century

Born: Guidi, Alexander an Italian poet

“A Vindication of Mr. John Durie,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

“Letters to Hartlib from Flanders,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

“An Answer to sir William Davenant’s Epistle or Preface to Gondibert,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Human Nature or the fundamental elements of policy,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“De Corpore Politico; or the Elements of the Law,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“A Refutation of Socinianism,” Hoornbeeck, John an illustrious professor of divinity in the universities of Utrecht and Leyden

“Phytologia Britannica, natales exhibens indigenarum Stirpium sponte emergentium,” How, William the first English botanist who gave a sketch of what is called a “Flora

“Instructions for Forraine Travell shewing by what course, and in what compass of time, one may take an exact survey of the kingdomes and states of Christendome, and arrive to the practical knowledge of the languages to good purpose, 1642.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“An exact History of the late Revolutions in Naples, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Born: Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

Born: Juennin, Gaspard a learned divine of the congregation of the oratory

Born: King, Da. William a learned archbishop of Dublin

“Musurgia Universalis,” Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

“Obeliscus Pamphilius,” Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Born: Lainez, Alexander a French poet

Died: Lane, Sir Richard knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“Annotations on all the New Testament,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Malezieu, Nicolas De a French author

“A new Version of the Hebrew Text of the Bible, with Notes,” Malvenda, Thomas a learned Dominican

Born: Mayer, John Frederic a Lutheran divine

“Origines de la langue Franchise,” Menage, Giles called

“Esperanza de Israel,” Menasseh, Ben Israel a celebrated rabbi

Died: Novarini, Lewis a learned Italian monk

Born: Palaprat, John seigneur de Bigot

“Reformed Library-keeper.” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

“Qusestiones Physiologicæ de partium in utero conformatione,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

Born: Radcliffe, Dr. John an eminent English physician

“Discourse of the invention of shipping,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“The humble Proposals of sundry learned, pious Divines within this Kingdom, concerning the engagement intended to be imposed on them for their subscriptions,” Reynolds, Dward an English prelate of great eminence and talents

“Just Re-proposals to humble Proposals or, an impartial consideration of,” Reynolds, Dward an English prelate of great eminence and talents

“Opuscula anatomica,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Born: Robinson, John a distinguished English prelate and statesman

Born: Rooke, Sir George a brave naval officer

“Mel la Patrum,” Rous, Francis a very conspicuous racter during the republican state of England

Died: Scheiner, Christopher a considerable mathematician and astronomer

Died: Schomberg, Frederic 'Duke Of a distinguished general

Born: Scougal, Henry an eminent Scotch divine

“Artamene, ou le Grand Cyrus,” Scuderi, Magdeleine De sister of the preceding

Born: Sewell, William the historian of the Quakers

Born: Shovel, Sir Cloudesley an eminent English admiral

Born: Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

“Theatre of Great-Britain” Speed, John a well-known English historian

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

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

“Olor Iscanus, a collection of some select poems,” Vaughan, Henry an English poet and translator

“Silex scintillans, or the Bleeding Heart, sacred poems and private ejaculations,” Vaughan, Henry an English poet and translator

Born: Vyth, John Martin an extraordinary artist

Born: Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Born: Wheler, Sir George a learned traveller

“Lexicon Runicum, & Appendix ad Monumenta Danica,” Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

1651

“Le Frascherie, fasci tre,” Abati, Antony an Italian poet of the 17th century (15901667)

“Brief notes upon the whole book of Psalms,” Abbot, George nephew of the preceding

“Gazophyiacium Græcorum,” Abresch, Frederic Louis an eminent Greek scholar and commentator

“Rime e Prose,” Achillini, Claude grandson of the preceding

“Historia Byzantina,” Acropolita, George one of the writers in the Byzantine history

Born: Adams, Fitzherbert a man of learning

“Collection of Latin Orations and Poems,” Æmilius, Anthony professor of history in the university of Utrecht

“History of Tunquin, and the progress of the Gospel there from 1627 to 1646,” Albi, Henry a native of Bolene in the comtat Venaissin

Died: Alciati, Terence a native of Rome

“Dissertationum Marinarum decas,” Amama, Sixtinus professor of the Hebrew tongue in the university of Franeker

“Discursus politicus de principiis constituentibus et conservantibus rempublicam,” Arndt, Christian was born in 1623

“Exercit. de Claudii Salmasii erroribus in theologia,” Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

Born: Astorini, Elias born in the province of Cosenza in the kingdom of Naples in 1651

Born: Babin, Francis a native of Angers

Born: Bacchini, Bernardin a very learned Italian scholar of the seventeenth century

“Nympha Libaethris or the Cotswold Muse, presenting some extempore verses to the imitation of young scholars; in four parts,” Barksdale, Clement a biographical and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“A letter to Mr. John Goodwin, concerning Universal Redemption, by J. Christ,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“Romae, 1651, 12mo. 4. a Harpocrates quinque Ludius; seu Diatriba silentii,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

Born: Barth, John a native of Dunkirk

Born: Baulot, James a celebrated lithotomist

“A farewell sermon of comfort and concord, preached at Drogheda,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bernard, Samuel an opulent financier of France

Born: Booth, Henry earl of Warrington

“The Churchman’s Catechism: or the Church’s plea for Tithes,” Boreman, Robert a pious and learned divine of the seventeenth century

“Historia Universalis Sacra et Profana a nato Christo ad annum 1650,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Orationes varii argumenti,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Elogium patris Jacobi Sirmundi,” Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“The Cunning Lovers,” Brome, Alexander an English poet

“The Gospel Covenant opened,” Bulkley, Peter an English divine

“De critica nuper a se edita, ad rev. virum D. Jacob. Usserium Armacanum in Hibernia Episcopum, Epistola apologetica, in qua Arnoldi Bootii temeraria Criticae censura refellitur,” Capellus, Lewis an eminent French protestant and learned divine

“Terentius, cum notis Thomoe Farnabii in quatuor priores Comoedias, & Merici Casauboni in Phormionem & Hecyram,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Died: Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

“The darkness of Atheism discovered by the light of nature, a physicotheological treatise,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“Le Tableau de la Fortune,” Chevreau, Urban was born at Loudun

Born: Cordemoi, Gerard De a French historian

“A discourse of the lawfulness of Combats to be performed in the presence of the king, or the constable and marshal of England,” Cotton, Sir Robert Bruce an eminent English antiquary

“Lives of the Popes,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Died: Cromwell, Oliver protector of the commonwealth of England

Born: Dacier, Andrew a French critic and philologer

Born: Dacier, Anne the learned wife of the preceding

“Ethica sacra, de virtutibus et vitiis,” Dandini, Jerome an Italian Jesuit

Died: Dartis, John a learned lawyer

Died: Dee, Arthur son of the preceding

“Auctorjtas Scripturae sacra Hebraic;*-, Grcecae, et Latino?, hoc est textus Hebraici, versionis septuaginta interpretum, et versionis vulgatae,” Despierres, John a learned Benedictine

“Dissertationes duae, prior de motu cordis et sanguinis, altera de lacte ac nutrimento foetus in utero,” Deusingius, Anthony a learned physician

“Institutionum peripateticarum libri quinque, curn appendice theologica de origine mundi,” Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“Essays in divinity,” Donne, John an eminent English divine and poet

“Velitationes polemicae; or polemical short discussions of certain particular and select questions,” Doughty, John an English divine

“Chronicoa Orientale,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

“The Previleges and Prerogatives of the high court of Chancery, written by the right honourable Thomas lord Ellesmere, late lord chancellor of England.” Egerton, Thomas lord Ellesmere

Died: Eveillon, James an ingenious canon

“When I come into my house in winter, I do not hear the walls complain of cold; but the poor, who are shivering at my door, tell me they want clothing.” Eveillon, James an ingenious canon

“A Character of England, as it was lately presented in a letter to a nobleman of France, with reflections upon Callus Castratus,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher (?–1706)

Born: Fenelon, Francis De Salignac De La Motte archbishop of Cambray

“Opus Macaronicum,” Folengo, Theophilus more known by his assumed name of Merlin Coccaio

“Novelle degli Academici incogniti,” Foscarini, Michael a Venetian historian

“The An of Distillation,” French, John an English physician

Died: Frizon, Peter a doctor of the Sorbonne

“Dissertatio philologiea de virginhate honorata, erudita, adornata, fnecunda,” Fronteau, John canon regular of the congregation of St

“Antitheses Angustini et Calvini,” Fronteau, John canon regular of the congregation of St

“Andres Schioppii Casparis fratris Elixir Calvinisticum,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Monobiblos Ecclesiasticarum Observationum,” Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

“The Engagement;” Hale, Sir Matthew a most learned lawyer

“On Motion by Engines,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

Born: Hasenmuller, Daniel a native of Holstein

Born: Hertius, John Nicholas a celebrated civilian

“Corporis Humani Disquisitio Anatomica,” Highmore, Nathaniel a physician and anatomist

“A History of Generation,” Highmore, Nathaniel a physician and anatomist

“Leviathan; or the matter, form, and power of a Commonwealth,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The Valley of Vision; or a clear sight of sundry sacred truths; delivered in twenty-one sermons,” Holdsworth, Richard sometimes written Oldsworth (?–1649)

Born: Honorius De Sancta Maria whose proper name was Blaize Vauzelle

“The Saints’ Dignity and Duty,” Hooker, Thomas a celebrated divine of New England

“Historia Orientalis, ex variis Orientaliuin monumentis collecta,” Hottinger, John-Henry a very learned writer

Born: Hough, Jons an English prelate

“Vision, or Dialogue between Soul and Body,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“Survey of the Signory of Venice, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“The Process and Pleadings in the Court of Spain, upon the death of Anthony Ascham, resident for the Parliament of England, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“The late King’s Declaration in Latin, French, and English:” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Born: Imhoff, John a very famous genealogist

Born: Imperiali, Joseph Renatus a famous cardinal

Born: Kaempfer, Engelbert an eminent traveller

Born: Kuhlman, Quirinus a celebrated fanatic

“Notitia dignitatum omnium imperii Roinani,” Labbe, Philip a celebrated Jesuit

“Seven Sermons preached and printed on several Occasions,” Laud, William archbishop of Canterbury

“Monarchy or no Monarchy,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

“Responsorum moralium,” Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

Born: Machault, John De a Jesuit

Born: Martini, Martin a Jesuit

“The Old Couple, a comedy,” May, Thomas esq. an English poet and historian

Died: Neefs, Peter a celebrated painter of architecture

Born: Noailles, Louis Antony De cardinal and archbishop of Paris (?–1729)

Born: Opstraet, John an eminent divine

Born: Otway, Thomas one of the first names in the English drama

“Observations upon the Provinces United; and on the State of France,” Overbury, Sir Thomas an accomplished English gentleman

“De Circulatione Sanguinis et Chyli Motu,” Pecquet, John a learned anatomist

“L'Apparato alle Antichita di Capua,” Pellegrini, Camillo an Italian historian and antiquary

Born: Perizonius, James a learned German

“Commento sopra una canzone de amore, composta da Girolamo Benivieni, secundo la mente & opinione de' Platonici” Picus, John of Mirandula (?–1494)

Born: Pourchot, Edmund an eminent French professor of philosophy

“Theologiaa Scholasticae Syntagma Mnemonicum,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“A guide to the holy City,” Reading, John an English divine

“Daventriae illustrate, sive Historiae Urbis Daventriensis,” Reves, James De a learned Dutch divine

“Curieuses Recherches sur les e*coles de Medecine de Paris et de Montpelier,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Communicant instructed,” Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

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

“Rosarium politicum, sive amoenum sortis humanae Theatrum, Per4ce et Lat.” Sadi a celebrated Persian poet and moralist

“Fur Prædestinatus sive, dialogismus inter quendam Ordinis proedicantium Calvinistam etFurem ad laqueum damnatum habitus,” Sancroft, Dr. William an eminent English prelate

Died: Sarrau, Claude in Latin Sarravius

Died: Schilter, John an eminent jurist

“Principia Matheseos universalis,” Schooten, Francis professor of mathematics at Leyden about the middle of the seventeenth century

“The Discoverie of Witchcraft,” Scot, Reynolde a learned English gentleman

Born: Sharp, Abraham an eminent mathematician

“Why good men suffer misfortunes, seeing there is a divine providence?” Sherburne, Sir Edward an English poet

Died: Simpson, Edward a learned English divine

“Chronicon Catholicum ab exordio mundi,” Simpson, Edward a learned English divine

Died: Sirmond, James a very learned French Jesuit

“Discourse of the Divine institution, necessity, and sacredness of the office Ministerial,” Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

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

“Opera Scriptorurn de claris Mulieribus,” Tixier, John generally known by his assumed name Ravisius Textor

Born: Tschirnhausen, Ernfroy Walter an ingenious mathematician

“Eight Letters concerning the use of reason in religion; the differences of opinion among Christians; the reconciliation of sinners unto God; and, the studies and learning of a minister of the gospel.” Tuckney, Anthony a learned divine

Died: Turner, Peter son to the preceding Dr

“Vitæ selectoruip aliquot virorum;” Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

“Pugio Fidei” Voisin, Joseph De an ingenious doctor

Died: Walker, Clement author of the “History of Independency

Died: Walker, George an eminent Puritan divine

“Plays and Poems,” Walton, Isaac a celebrated writer on the art of angling

“Reliquiae Wotton ianae,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1652

“Collection of ten English Writers” Ailred Ethelred

“Consigli Medico-politici,” Alaymo, Mark Anthony a celebrated physician of Sicily

“Græcioe orthodoxae scriptores,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Died: Angeloni, Francis a learned antiquary of the seventeenth century

“De diebus criticis,” Argoli, Andrew an Italian mathematician

“Catonis grammatici diroe cum commentario perpetuo,” Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

“Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum, containing several poetical pieces of our famous English philosophers, who have written the Hermetique mysteries, in their own ancient language. Faithfully collected into one volume, with annotations thereon, by Elias Ashmole, esq. qui est Mercuriophilus Anglicus,” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

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

Born: Avrillon, John Baptist Elias a French Franciscan of the order called* Minimes

“Musse Sacrse sen Jonas, Jeremia? threni, et Daniel, Graeco redditi carmine,” Aylmer, John was of a good family in Hampshire

“Socrate Chretienne, et autres oeuvres,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Life of Hugo Grotius,” Barksdale, Clement a biographical and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Pegasus.” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Baron, Michael an eminent French player

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

Died: Beaune, Florimond De theson of Florimond de Beaune

“Innocentiae suae impetitae per Reverendissimum Fernensem vindiciae,” Beling, Richard was born in 1613

“Theophila, or Love-Sacrifice,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“Gli Sforzi del Desiderio,” Berni, Count Francis a lawyer

“Roberti Bodii Scoti Praelectiones in Epistolam ad Ephesios,” Boyd, Robert an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Bradford, Samuel bishop of Rochester

Died: Brent, Sir Nathanael a learned lawyer in the seventeenth century

Died: Brome, Richard lived also in the reign of Charles I

“Decem Script. Hist. Angliae,” Brompton, John was a Cistercian monk

Born: Bruyn, Cornelius painter

Died: Camus, John Peter an exemplary French prelate

“Historical relations of the United Provinces, and of Flanders,” Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

“The perfect Law of God, being a sermon and no sermon, preached and yet not preached,” Carpenter, Richard a divine and poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Cheminais, Timoleon a celebrated French preacher

Born: Chetwood, Knightly was born in 1652

Died: Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“Philosophia naturalis methodo resolutiva tradita, &c.” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“Catch that Catch can,” Child, William Mus. D

“Indago Astrologica,” Childrey, Joshua a divine and natural philosopher

Born: Clerc, Daniel Le the son of Stephen Le Clerc

“Lettres Historiques,” Dumont, John baron of Carlscroon

Died: Estoile, Claude De L' son of the foregoing

“The State of France,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher (?–1706)

Born: Eysel, John Philip a physician and medical writer

Died: Fabricius, James an eminent physician

“Opera Omnia.” Fabricius, William an eminent surgeon and physician

Born: Ferreras, Don John Of a noble and learned Spaniard

Died: Fleetwood, Charles lord deputy of Ireland during the usurpation

Died: Foster, Samuel an English mathematician

“The Yorkshire Spaw, or a Treatise of Four famous medicinal wells: viz. the spaw, or vitrioline well; the stinking or sulphur well; the dropping or petrifying well; and St. Magnus-well, near Knaresborow in Yorkshire. Together with the causes, vertues, and use thereof,” French, John an English physician

Born: Gabbiani, Antony Domenick an Italian artist

“Gething’s Redivivus,” Gething, Richard a curious penman

“Letters,” Gombauld, John Ogier De a French poet

“Astronomicae quaedam, ex traditione Shah Cholgii Persae, una cum hypothesibus planetarum,” Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

“The Life of the renowned sir Philip Sidney,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

“Anti-Valerianus,” Haberkorn, Peter a learned Lutheran divine

“The Height of Eloquence,” Hall, John an English poet of some note

“Commentary.” Hallier, Francis a celebrated French bishop

“Twisse’s doubting Conscience resolved,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

“Herbert’s Remains, &c.” Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

“Analysis Fidei,” Holden, Henry an English Roman catholic divine

Born: Homberg, William a celebrated chemist

“Novus ductus chyliferus, nunc primum delineatus, descriptus, et eruditorum examini propositus,” Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

“History of the Origin of the Americans,” Hornius, George an historian in the 17th century

Born: Hoste, Paul born May 19

Died: Jacob, Henry son of the preceding

“De Claris Scriptoribus Cabilonensibus, libri tres,” Jacob, Lewis an industrious French author and bibliographer

“Historia naturalis de Quadrupedibus,” Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

“Theatrum Chymicum Britannicum,” Kelley a famous English alchymist

Born: King, John rector of Chelsea

“A philological Commentary; or, an illustration of the most obvious and useful words in the Law, &c.” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“Philologus Hebraeus,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Born: Leydecker, Melchior an eminent protestant divine

Died: Lugo, Francis elder brother of the preceding

“An Apology for our public Ministry and infant Baptism,” Lyford, William a pious clergyman of the seventeenth century

“Anatomia, cui Responsiones ad Riolanum, Anatomicum Parisiensem, in ipsius animadversionibus contra Veslingium, additae sunt,” Marchetti, Peter De a physician

“Donne’s Latin epigrams,” Mayne, Jasper an English poet and divine

“Miscellanea,” Menage, Giles called

Died: Menard, Claude a French magistrate and antiquary

“Regii Sanguinis Clamor ad Coelum,” Moulin, Peter Du son of the preceding

“Mare Clausum,” Needham, Marchamont an English political writer

Born: Orsi, John Joseph an Italian grammarian and poet

“A seasonable Expostulation, with the Netherlands,” Osborne, Francis an English writer of considerable abilities

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

Born: Pitcairne, Archibald an eminent Scotch physician of the mechanical sect

Born: Pittis, Thomas an English divine

Born: Porcheron, David Placide a learned Benedictine

Born: Renau D'Elisagaray, Bernard an able naval architect

“Responsio prima, et altera,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

Died: Rittangelius, John Stephen a native of Forcheim

Born: Rivinus, Augustus Qurinus an eminent botanist and physician

Born: Rolle, Michel a French mathematician

Born: Sage, John a bishop of the old episcopal church of Scotland

“Miscellanea” Sarasin, John Francis a French miscellaneous author

Died: Sarjeant, John a secular priest

“Ocultis, sive Fundamentnm Opticum,” Scheiner, Christopher a considerable mathematician and astronomer

Born: Schmidt, John Andrew a learned Lutheran divine

“The power of the Keys.” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Chronicon, &c.” Simpson, Edward a learned English divine

“The Psalms of David, in fowre languages, Hebrew, Greeke, Latin, and English, and in 4 parts, set to the tunes of our church, with corrections,” Slater, William a learned divine and poet

Died: Smith, John a learned English divine

Born: Tallard, Camille D'Hostun, Count Of an admired general

Born: Tate, Nahum *a well known Psalmodist

Died: Tradescant, John a contributor to the study of natural history in this country in the seventeenth century

Born: Trigland, James a learned divine

Died: Valle, Peter De La a celebrated traveller

“The Mount of Olives: or. Solitary Devotions,” Vaughan, Henry an English poet and translator

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

Born: Villefore, Joseph Francis Bourgoin De a French biographer

Born: Voyer, Marc Rene Le Voyer Be Paulmy, Marquis D'Argenson a distinguished French statesman

“Dissertatio inter eum et Thomam Gatakerum de baptismatis infantilis vi et efficacia,” Ward, Samuel master of Sidney-Sussex college

“A Philosophical Essay towards an Eviction of the Being and Attributes of God, the Immortality of the Souls of Men, and the Truth and Authority of Scripture.” Ward, Seth an English prelate

Born: Welwood, James a Scotch physician and historian

“Quatuor Evangelia Dom. nost. Jesu Christi, Persice,” Wheelocke, Abraham a learned orientalist (15931653)

Died: Wilson, Arthur an English historian

Died: Young, Patrick an eminent scholar

1653

“Veterum aliquot scriptorum, qui in Gallice bibliothecis, rnaxime Benedictinorum, latuerunt, Spieilegium, &c.” Acheri, Luc D' a Benedictine of the congregation of St

Born: Albinus, Bernard an eminent physician

“Symmichta, et Symmiha, sive opusculorum Græcorum ac Latinorum vetustiorum ac recentiorum libri duo,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Died: Angouleme, Charles De Valois Duke D' the natural son of Charles IX. and Maria Touchet

Died: Argoli, Andrew an Italian mathematician

“Fides Apostolica, or, a discourse asserting the received authors and authority of the Apostles’ Creed,” Ashwell, George rector of Hanwell

Born: Aviler, Augustine Charles D' descended from a family originally of Nanci in Lorraine

“De Beneficio Crncis,” Bail, Lewis a French divine

“Boetius Absolutus; sive de ConsolationeTheologiae, lib. iv.” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

Born: Basnage, James de Franquener

Born: Beger, Lawrence the son of a tanner

Born: Beverland, Adrian born at Midclleburgh in Zealand

“Vindiciae Foederis, a treatise of the covenant of God with mankind, &c.” Blake, Thomas an English puritan divine

“La Segretaria d'Apollo,” Boccalini, Trajan a satirical wit

Born: Bonnell, James a man celebrated for piety and virtue

Died: Boot, Gerard of a noble family

“Historiarum et observationum Medico-Physicarum, centuria prima et secunda,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“The Triumphs of learning over ignorance, and of truth over falsehood; being an answer to four queries, first, whether there be any need of universities,” Boreman, Robert a pious and learned divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Brandt, Gaspard eldest son of the preceding

“Theatrum geographicum Europae veteris,” Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“Jerusalem and Babel,” Browne, Sir Anthony an English judge

Born: Brunner, John Conrad a Swiss physician and anatomist of eminence

“Anthropo-metamorphosis; Man transformed, or the artificial changeling;” Bulwer, John of the seventeenth century

“Poems and Phancies,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“Use of Holy Scripture,” Chappel, William a very learned and pious divine

“Briefe View of the State of the Church of England, &c. being a character and history of the Bishops,” Chetwynd, John was the son of Dr

“Opuscula varia mathematica,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

“Pulvis febrifugtis orbis Americani ventilatus,” Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

“Syzygiasticon instauratum, or an Ephemerisof the places and aspects of the Planets, &c.” Childrey, Joshua a divine and natural philosopher

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

Died: Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

Born: Corelli, Arcangelo a famous musician of Italy

Died: Culpepper, Nicholas student

“Pseudepigrapha Apostolica de octo libris constitutionum Apostolicarum,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“Sermons preached upon several occasions,” Dawes, Lancelot a learned English divine

Born: Desgodetz, Anthony a very eminent French architect

Died: Digby, John earl of Bristol

“Airs and Dialogues,” Digby, John earl of Bristol

“Paradoxes, problems, essays, characters,” Donne, John an eminent English divine and poet

“Remarks on the Catalogue of Chaldee Writers composed by Ebed-jesu, and published at Rome,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

“Oratio funebris in obitum Gualteri de Bruyn,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

Born: Estrees, Cæsar D' cardinal

“Certain, considerations of present concernment touching the reformed church of England, against Ant. Champney, doctor of the Sorbonne,” Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

“Luciani de morte Peregrini libellus, cum notis,” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

Born: Fleury, Andre' Hercule De the celebrated cardinal of that name

“Specimen Oratorium,” Gardiner, Richard an English divine

“A Vindication of the Annotations,” Gataker, Thomas a very learned English divine aud critic

“Hieraspistes, or An Apology of the Ministers of the Churcii of England,” Gauden, John an English prelate

“The Case of Ministers’ maintenance by tithes (as in England) plainly discussed in conscience and prudence,” Gauden, John an English prelate

Born: Gobien, Charles Le a learned Jesuit

“Fontes Juris civilis; de diversis Regulis Juris,” Godefroj, James younger brother of the preceding

“Arabic Lexicon,” Golius, James professor of Arabic at Leyden

“The two mysteries of Christian Religion, viz. the Trinity and Incarnation, explicated,” Goodman, Godfrey an English prelate

Died: Gouge, William a very celebrated puritan divine

Born: Grand, Joachim Le a French historical writer

Born: Guise, William an English divine

“The Improver Improved,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

“DisserUitio de Majestate civili,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

Born: Hoffman, John Maurice son of the former by his first wife

Died: Hondekotter, Melchior the son and grandson of two Dutch painters of considerable reputation

“British Tables,” Horrox, Jeremiah an English astronomer

“Some sober Inspections made into the carriage and consults of the late Long Parliament, whereby occasion is taken to speak of Parliaments in former times, and of Magna Charta: with some Reflections upon Government in general,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“Hist. nat. de Insectibus,” Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

Died: Juglaris, Aloysius an Italian Jesuit

Born: Kettlewell, John an English divine

Born: Lallouette, Ambrose a French ecclesiastic

“De usu & authoritate Juris Civilis Homanorum in Dominiis Principum Christianorum,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“Ayres and Dialogues,” Laniere, Nicholas an artist of various talents in the seventeenth century

Born: Maius, John Henry a Lutheran divine

“Osservazioni sopra TAminta del Tasso,” Menage, Giles called

“Dantzic, 1651, 12mo. 2.” Mercator, Nicholas an eminent mathematician and astronomer

“Ezekiel’s Wheels,” Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Oldham, John an English poet

Born: Price, Robert an eminent lawyer and judge

“Histories of Successions in States, Countries, or Families,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“Observations touching Trade and Commerce with the Hollander and other nations, as it was presented to king James; wherein is prqve.d, that our sea and land commodities serve to enrich and strengthen other countries against our own” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

Died: Renaudot, Theofhrastus a physician

Born: Roell, Hermann-Alexander a celebrated protestant divine

“Lectures on Comets,” Rooke, Sir George a brave naval officer

“Poemata,” Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

Born: Sauveur, Joseph an eminent French mathematician

“Armamentarium Chirurgicum, 43 tabulis acre incisis ornatum;” Scultetus, John a distinguished surgeon

“De Synedriis et prcefecturis Hebraeorum,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Spinckes, Nathaniel an eminent nonjuving divine

Born: Valincour, John Baptist Du Trousset De a French miscellaneous writer

Born: Villars, Louis Hector, Duke Of marshal of France

“A collection of several letters and other papers, which were at several times intercepted, written in cypher,' decyphered by John Wallis, professor of geometry in the university of Oxford; given to the public library there,” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

“De Cometis, ubi de Cometarum natura disseritur, Nova Cometarum Theoria, & novissimae Cometa? historia proponitur. Praelectio Oxonii habita.” Ward, Seth an English prelate

“An Apology for Learning and Learned Men,” Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer

“Two Contemplations of Magnanimity and Acquaintance with God,” Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Wheelocke, Abraham a learned orientalist (15931653)

“Discourse concerning the Gift of Prayer, shewing what it is, wherein it consists, and how far it is attainable by industry,” Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

1654

Died: Accarisi, James of Bologna

Born: Acoluthus, Andrew a learned Orientalist

Died: Aguado, Francis a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Alexander, Nicholas a Benedictine of the congregation of St

Died: Algardi, Alexander a sculptor and architect of Bologna

Born: Alkemade, Cornelius Van a learned Dutch antiquary

“Hortus Bononiae studiosorum consitus,” Ambrosini, Hyacinth brother to the preceding

Died: Andreas, John Valentine grandson

Born: Aquino, Charles De a miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

“Divine and Moral Speculations” Aylett, Robert master in chancery

“Jephtias, tragcedia,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Born: Baldini, John Anthony an Italian count

Born: Baldovini, Francis an Italian poet

“Traites de Medicine,” Barbeyrac, Charles an eminent French physician of the seventeenth century

Born: Barnes, Joshua a learned divine and professor of Greek at Cambridge

“The end to controversy between the Roman catholic and Protestant religions, justified by all the several manner of ways, whereby all kinds of controversies, of what nature soever, are usually or can possibly be determined,” Bayly, Thomas the fourth and youngest son of bishop Bayly

Born: Becquet, Anthony a native of Paris

“Annotationes in Johannis Poncii librum, cui titulus, Vindiciae Eversae: accesserunt Belingi Vindiciae,” Beling, Richard was born in 1613

Born: Belloste, Augustine a French surgeon

Born: Bernoulli, James who was born at Basil

“Rime,” Beverini, Bartholomew a learned Italian of the seventeenth century

Born: Blackall, Offspring, D. D. an eminent English divine

Born: Blount, Charles younger son of sir Henry Blount

“The Academy of Eloquence, or complete English rhetoric,” Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“A Panegyrick and Sermon at the funeral of Dr. Comber, master of Trinity college, and dean of Carlisle,” Boreman, Robert a pious and learned divine of the seventeenth century

“Disquisitiones Politicae, ex omni historia selectae,” Boxhorn, Mark Zuerius an eminent philologer

“Jns Divinum Ministerii Evangelic! Anglicani,” Calamy, Edmund an eminent nonconformist divine in the seventeenth century

“De Monarchia Hispanica,” Campanella, Thomas a celebrated Italian philosopher

Born: Canitz, The Baron Of a German poet and statesman

“History of the Wars in Flanders,” Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

“Cabala, or Mysteries of State,” Carleton, Sir Dudley Lord Dorchester

“Commentaria in Aristotelem de iri.de, &c.” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Clagett, Nicolas younger brother to the preceding

“Heptameron, or the History of the Fortunate Lovers,” Codrington, Robert a miscellaneous writer and translator of the seventeenth century

Born: Coustant, Peter a learned Benedictine of the congregation of St

Born: Cunningham, Alexander an historian

Born: Dantz, John Andrew a learned German divine of the Lutheran church

“A Conference with a lady about the choice of Religion.” Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“A treatise of adhering to God,” Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“Letters to several persons of honour,” Donne, John an eminent English divine and poet

Born: Dorigny, Lewis an historical painter

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

“Earnest plea for Gospel Communion,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

“Summary platform of Divinity,” Dury, John in Latin Duroeus

Born: Eisenmenger, John Andrew of the Palatinate

Died: Elsynge, Henry an English gentleman

Born: Evelyn, John third son of the former

“Formulae Oratoriae et Index Poeticus.” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

“Thrasonica Pauli Ferrii Calvinistae.” Ferri, Paul in Latin Ferrius

Born: Fuller, Thomas an English physician

“Pleasant notes upon Don Quixote,” Gayton, Edmund or

Born: Gerbillon, John Francis one of the Jesuit missionaries in China

“Anatomia Hepatis,” Glisson, Francis an English physician

Died: Gramont, Gabriel Bartholomew, Seigneur De in Latin

“Concio ad Clerum” Grew, Obadiah a worthy parish priest

Born: Gurtler, Nicolas a learned protestant divine

“A Letter about Liberty and Necessity,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The Nuptials of Peleus and Thetis, &c.” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Born: Jablonski, Theodore brother to the preceding

“Praelusiones Magnetic,” Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Born: Lancisi, John-Maria a celebrated physician

“A System or Body of Divinity,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Leo Of Modena whose proper name was R

Died: Malvezzi, Virgil commonly called the marquis Malvezzi

“Anatomia,” Marchetti, Peter De a physician

“On the Imitation of Jesus Christ,” Marets, John Des de Saint Sorlin

Born: Martenne, Edmund a benedictine of the congregation of St

“Emendatio et restitutio Conicorum Apollonii Pergasi,” Maurolico, Francis a celebrated Italian mathematician

Born: Mautour, Philibert Bernard Moreau De born at Beaune in 1654

“Zion’s prospect in its first view, in a summary of divine truths, viz. of God, Providence, decrees,” Mossom, Robert was a learned and pious Irish prelate

Born: Naudé, Philip an able mathematician

Born: Nieuwentyt, Bernard an eminent Dutch philosopher and mathematician

Died: Pacheco, Francis a Spanish artist

Born: Pagi, Francis nephew of the preceding

Born: Passeri, Joseph nephew of the former

Died: Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

Born: Peringskiold, John a learned Northern antiquary

Born: Petis De La Croix, Francis an agreeable French writer and learned Orientalist

Died: Potter, Paul an excellent landscape painter (16251654)

“Traités concernant l‘histoire de France, savoir la condemnation des Templiers, l’histoire du schisme d'Avignon, et quelques proces criminels,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

“Instructions et missives des Rois de France et de leurs ambassadeurs au Concile de Trente,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

“Enchiridion of Meditations, divine and moral,” Quarles, Francis an English poet (?–1644)

“Dialogus de Patriis illustrium virorum, Doctrina, et Scriptis,” Quenstedt, John Andrew a Lutheran divine

“An antidote to Anabaptism,” Reading, John an English divine

Born: Rhenferd, James a celebrated oriental scholar

“Scholar Wintoniensis Phrases Latinse,” Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

“Tombeau de la Messe,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

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

“Stances sur la grossesse de la reine de Pologne et de Suede.” St. Amant, Mark-Anthony-Gerard, Sieur De a French poet

Born: Salvini, Antonio Maria a learned Italian

“Istoria Universale dell' origine, guerre, ed imperio deTurchi,” Sansovino, Francis an Italian poet and historian

“Grotii epistolsc ad Gallos,” Sarrau, Claude in Latin Sarravius

“Aphorismi de frclicitate,” Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

Died: Tomasini, James Philip an Italian prelate and biographer

“This false man hath broken his word with me, and refuses to perform what he promised. Well, he will have little cause to glory in his wickedness; for he will not continue long. The king will return: Though I shall not live to see it, you may. The government, both in church and state, is in confusion. The papists are advancing their projects, and making such advantages as will hardly be prevented.” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

Born: Varignon, Peter a celebrated French mathematician and priest

“Gratii Falisci Cynegeticon, a poem on hunting by Gratius, &c.” Wase, Christopher a man of considerable learning

Died: Wormius, Olaus a learned physician of Denmark

“Cabala, Mysteries of State,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman