Events noted in 1650

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1650

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

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 Rohert 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

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

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 Prsedestinatus 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

“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

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

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

“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

1655

“A disputation on the Style of the New Testament,” Aagard, Nicholas brother of the above (16121657)

Died: Abraham, Nicholas a learned Jesuit

Born: Allam, Andrew an English writer of the 17th century

“De utriusque ecclesiæ, &c. in dogmate de purgatorio eonsensione,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Born: Ange De Ste Rosalie a barefoot Augustine

Died: Angel, John an English clergyman and nonconformist

Died: Anthony, John son of the above

“Oratio tie studio sapientiae,” Apaczai, John a man of singular character and learning of the seventeenth century

“Laniena Sabaudica,” Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

“Eleonorae Magdalenae Theresiae Neoburgicae genethliacon,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“EuclidisElementa,” Barrow, Isaac an eminent mathematician and divine of the seventeenth century

“La Vie de M. Frai^ois D'Estaing, eveque de Rhodez,” Beau, John Baptiste Le a learned French Jesuit

Died: Bennet, Christopher an eminent physician of the seventeenth century

“Health’s Improvement, or rules comprising or discovering the nature, method, and manner of preparing all sorts of food used in this nation,” Bennet, Christopher an eminent physician of the seventeenth century

Died: Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano De was born about 1620

“Vindicise Evangelicae,” Biddle, John a noted Socinian writer

“The Covenant sealed,” Blake, Thomas an English puritan divine

Died: Blondel, David a protestant minister

“Delphi Phcenicizantes, &c.” Bogan, Zachary a learned and pious writer of the seventeenth century

“De vero Telescopii Inventore, cum brevi omnium conspicillorum historia,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“Tresor des Recherches et Antiquity’s Gauloises, reduites en ordre alphabetique, et enrichies de beaucoup d'origines, epitaphes, et autres choses rares et curieuses, coin me aussi de beaucoup de mots de la langue Thyoise ou Theutfranque,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“Auctarium ad Vitam Peirescii,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“Commentum in antiquum philosophum Syrum,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“Time’s Treasury, or Academy for the accomplishment of the English gentry in arguments of discourse, habit, fashion, &c.” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Monasticon Britannicum,” Broughton, Richard a popish ecclesiastical historian

“Eloquentia Poetica,” Brun, Lawrence Le a French Jesuit

Died: Camusat, Nicholas a French historian

“Chronologia Sacra,” Capellus, Lewis an eminent French protestant and learned divine

“In Hieroclis commentarium de Providentia & Fato, notae & emendationes,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“A Treatise concerning Enthusiasm, as it is an effect of Nature; but is mistaken by many for either divine inspiration, or diabolical possession,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“The World’s Olio,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

Born: Chapelle, John De La the descendant of a noble family

“Epicurus his Morals,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“Court Ayres,” Child, William Mus. D

“Moral Discourses and Essays upon several subjects,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“Pro duabus Synodis, Alenson et Carenton. Apologia,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“Initium, incrementum, et exitus fainiliae Giraldinorum Desmoniae comitum. Palatinorum Kyerria in Hibernia, ac persecutionis hsereticorum descriptio, ex nonnullis fragmentis collecta'ac latinitate donata,” Daly, Daniel an Irishman by birth

“On the Psalms,” Dickson, David an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

Born: Diest, Abraham Van another artist

“The Complete Ambassador, &c.” Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

Born: Fabra, Aloysio -an Italian physician

Born: Falle, Philip a learned man

“Lusiad, or Portugal’s Historical Poem,” Fanshawe, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Knt. And Bart. a statesman

“On the case as it stands between the church of England and of Rome on the one hand, and those congregations which have divided from it on the other,” Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

“On the division between the English and Romish church upon the reformation,” Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

Died: Ferrari, John Baptist a Jesuit of Sienna

“Diatribe, Flavii Josephi de Jesu Christo testimonium suppositurn esse,” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“Daemonium meridianum, or Satan at noon; being a sincere and impartial relation of the pro-; ceedings of the commissioners of the county of Berks, authorized by the ordinance for ejection, against John Pordage, late minister of Bradfield, in the same county,'” Fowler, Christopher a clergyman originally of the church of England

“A new Survey of the West-Indies; or the English American his Travail by sea and land, containing a journal of 3300 miles within the main land of America. Wherein is set forth his voyage from Spain to St. John de Ulhua; and from thence to Xalappa, to Flaxcalla, the city of Angels, and forward to Mexico, &c. &c. &c.” Gage, Thomas an English clergyman and traveller

“Hymna de febribus,” Gayton, Edmund or

“Will Bagnal’s Ghost, or the Merry Devil of Gadmunton,” Gayton, Edmund or

“Vindicise supremi Dei dominii,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

“A Table shewing how to blazon a coat ten several ways,” Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

“Historia Gotteschalci,” Gotteschalcus, Fulgentius surnamed Fulgentius

“A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews,” Gouge, William a very celebrated puritan divine

Born: Guglielmini, Domenick an eminent Italian mathematician

“Explicatio duorum vetustorum numismatum Nemausensium ex sere,” Guiran, Galliard a French antiquary

Died: Habert, Germain a French poet of the seventeenth century

“The Triumphs of Rome over despised Protestancy,” Hall, George son of the preceding

“The reformed Common-wealth of Bees, with the reformed Virginian Silkworm,” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

“Chemical, Medicinal, and Chirurgical Addresses to Samuel Hartlib.” Hartlib, Samuel an ingenious writer on agriculture in the seventeenth century

Died: Heinsius, Daniel a celebrated scholar and critic

“Sectiones Conicse in noveui hbfos distributee,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“Elementorum Philosophiae sectio prima de Corpore,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

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

“Observationes in Willerami Francicam paraphrasin Cantici canticorum,” Junius, Francis son of the preceding

Died: Knott, Edward a learned Jesuit and controversial writer

Died: Latch, John an English lawyer

Born: Ludolph, Henry William also a native of Erfurt

“The plain man’s senses exercised to discern both good and evil; or a discovery of the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of these times,” Lyford, William a pious clergyman of the seventeenth century

Died: Malingre, Claude Sieur of St

Born: Marck, John De an eminent protestant divine

“Monasticon Anglicanum,” Marsham, Sir John a very learned English writer

Died: Matthew, Tobias eldest son of the preceding

Died: Meibomius is the name of several learned men

Born: Montfaucon, Bernard De a Benedictine of the congregation of St

“Cadmon’s Saxon Paraphrase of Genesis, and other parts of the Old Testament,” Mores, Edward-Rowe an English antiquary descended from an ancient family

Born: Nicolson, William a learned English prelate and antiquary

“Perfect Conveyancer; or, several select and choice Precedents,” Noy, William attorney-general in the reign of Charles I. the son of William Noy

“Redemption redeemed;” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

Died: Perrier, Francis a French artist of merit

Born: Pictet, Benedict a theologian and historian

Died: Place, Joshua De La a learned protestant minister

“Antimus Coningius Peruviani pulveris defensor, repulsus a Melippo Protymo” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

“Sententiarum Liber,” Pullen, Robert an English cardinal who flourished in the twelfth century

“Traité de la Majorite de nos rois et du regences du royaume, avec les preuves,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

“De Dudaim Rubenis dissertatio philologica,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Choice Observations and Explanations upon the Old Testament,” Richardson

Died: Riviere, La'Zarus an eminent French physicist

Died: Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

“Dispute de TEucharistie,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

Died: Smith, Richard another Roman catholic champion

Born: Spark, Thomas editor of Lactantius

Born: Steffani, Agostino an eminent musical composer

Died: Sueur, Eustache Le one of the best painters hi his time which the French nation had produced

Died: Taylor, John usually called the Water- Poet

“Court Ayres, &c.” Taylor, Silas an able English antiquary

Born: Thomas, Christian a modern philosopher

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

Died: Varillas, Anthony a French writer

Born: Vertot D'Aubœuf, Rene' Aubert De a very pleasing French historian

Died: Vines, Richard a learned and excellent divine

“Discourse of the Thirteen Cantons of the Helvetical league,” Wake, Isaac a learned politician

“A Discourse of the Piety, Policy, and Charity of Elder Times, and Christians,” Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Werenfels, Samuel an eminent protestant divine

“The Muses Cabinet,” Winstanley, William author of the “Lives of the Poets;” of “Select Lives of England’s Worthies;” “Historical Rarities;” “The Loyal Martyrology;” and some single lives; all in 8vo

1656

Born: Abercromby, Patrick a physician and historian

Born: Aler, Paul a learned French Jesuit

“A familiar Explanation of the Assembly’s Catechism,” Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

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

“De externis malis opusculum,” Ambrosini, Bartholomew was a physician of considerable eminence and professor of botany at Bologna

Died: Andreas, Valerius a biographer

“Lucas redivivus, or The gospel physician, prescribing (by way of meditation) divine physic to prevent diseases not yet entered upon the soul, and to cure those maladies which have already seized upon the spirit,” Anthony, John son of the above

Died: Archinto, Octavius a Milanese count

Died: Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

“Letters to Nich. Heinsius,” Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

Born: Atterbury, Lewis eldest son of the preceding

Born: Baker, Thomas a very ingenious and learned antiquary

“Lettres familiaires a M. Chapelain,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Controversial et Stratagemata,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

“Comic history of the states and empires of the Moon” Bergerac, Savinien Cyrano De was born about 1620

Died: Berkeley, Sir Robert one of the justices of the king’s bench in the time of Charles I. was born in 1584

“The life and death of Dr. James Usher, late archbishop of Armagh, primate and metropolitan of all Ireland, in a sermon preached at his funeral in the abbey of Westminster, on the 17th of April, 1656,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

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

“Poemata in Elegiaca, lambica, Polymetra, &c. membranatim quadripartite,” Birkhead, Henry a modern Latin poet

“Glossographia, or a Dictionary of hard words,” Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Historia Ludicra,” Bonifacio, Balthasar the son of a lawyer of the same name

“Vitae Renati Cartesii compendium,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“Ecclesiye Gallicanae Historiarum liber primus,” Bosquet, Francis bishop of Lodeve

“Defence of Scriptures,” Bourne, Immanuel the son of a clergyman

Born: Bray, Thomas an eminent learned and pious divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bretonnier, Bartholomew Joseph advocate of the parliament of Paris

“Juvenalis et Persii Satira?,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

Born: Campistron, John Galbert was born at Toulouse in 1656

“Nature Picture, drawn by fancy’s pencil to the life. In this volume there are several feigned stories of natural descriptions, as comical, tragical, and tragicomical, poetical, romancical, philosophical, and historical, both in prose and verse, some all verse, some all prose, some mixt, partly prose and partly verse. Also there are some morals, and some dialogues; but they are as the advantage loaf of bread to the baker.'s dozen, and a true story at the latter end, wherein there is no feigning,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“Vale Royal of Cheshire,” Chaloner, James another brother of the preceding

Born: Chamillard, Stephen a learned French antiquary

“Pucelle:” Chapelain, John a celebrated French poet

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

Born: Chudleigh, Lady Mary who had the character of a very philosophic and poetic lady

Born: Closterman, John a painter who practised his art in England

“Histoire des Vies des Papes,” Coulon, Lewis a French historian

Born: Coward, William a medical and metaphysical writer

Born: Dahl, Michael a painter

“De Usu Patrum,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Born: Davenant, Charles the eldest son of sir William Davenant

“Joannis Dartis opera Canonica, edente J. Doujatio,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Born: Eeckhout, Antony Vander a celebrated painter

Born: Eisenschmidt, John Caspar was born at Strasbourg Sept. 25

“An Essay on the First Book of Titus Lucretius Carus, de renim natura, interpreted, and made into English verse, by J. Evelyn, esq.” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

Born: Fleetwood, William an English bishop

Born: Forbin, Claude, Chevalier De a French naval officer of great repute

“Daemonium meridianum, the second part, discovering the slanders and calumnies cast upon some corporations, with forged and false articles upon the author, in at pamphlet entitled `The case of Reading rightly stated,' by the adherents and abettors of the said J. Pordage,” Fowler, Christopher a clergyman originally of the church of England

“L'Opere di Galileo Galilei Lynceo,” Galilei, Galileo the celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Died: Glassius, Solomon an eminent German divine and critic

“History of Leopold,” Gualdo Priorato, Galeasso an Italian historian

“The Novelty of Popery discovered,” Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

Died: Hales, John an eminent divine and critic

Died: Hall, John an English poet of some note

Died: Hall, Joseph a very eminent

Born: Halley, Edmund an eminent English philosopher and astronomer

Died: Halloix, Peter a learned Jesuit

Born: Hartsoeker, Nicholas an eminent mathematician

“Expeditio Buckingham! ducis in Ream insulam,” Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

“De utriusque luminaris defectu.” Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Born: Hidalgo, Don Joseph Garcia was a Spanish artist

“The Questions concerning Liberty, and Necessity, and Chance, stated and debated between Mr. Hobbes and Dr. Bramhall, bishop of London-Derry,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Six Lessons to the professors of mathematics of the institution of sir Henry Savile,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Jenkin, Robert a learned English divine

“Nouvelle Methode pour apprendre Iq Grec,” Lancelot, Claude an useful French writer

Born: Langbaine, Gerard son of the preceding

Born: Leake, Sir John a brave and successful English admiral

“Treatise of Religion and Learning,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“Jonas illustratus Heb. dial, et Latin.” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Died: Lightfoot, John a learned English divine

“Paralipomenon de Historicis Gracis,” Mallinkrott, Bernard dean of the cathedral of Munster

“The whole Art of Angling,” Markham, Gervase an English author

“Eulogies on illustrious Men,” Masson, Papirius a French historical and miscellaneous writer

“Poemata,” Menage, Giles called

“Phcenix,” Menasseh, Ben Israel a celebrated rabbi

“Musarum Deliciae, or the Muses Recreation,” Mennes, Sir John, a celebrated seaman

Died: Menochius, John Stephen son of the preceding

Born: Molyneux, William, Esq. an excellent mathematician and astronomer

Born: Moor, Karel De an excellent portrait-painter

Died: Morin, John Baptist physician and regius professor of mathematics at Paris

Born: Nelson, Robert a learned and pious English gentleman

“Astronomia Britannica, &c. in three parts,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Reports of Cases in the time of Queen Elizabeth, K. James, and K. Charles the First; containing the most excellent Exceptions for all manner of Declarations, Pleadings, and Demurs, exactly examined and laid down,” Noy, William attorney-general in the reign of Charles I. the son of William Noy

“Advice to a Son,” Osborne, Francis an English writer of considerable abilities

“Lettres Provinciates,” Pascal, Blaise a French mathematician and philosopher

“Reports and Cases, adjudged in the time of queen Elizabeth,” Popham, Sir John an English lawyer of eminence

“Callipoedia” Quillet, Claudius an ingenious French writer

“A brief relation of sir Walter Ralegh’s Troubles.” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

Born: Reyneau, Charles-Rene commonly called Father Reyneau

Died: Severinus, Marcus Aurelius a distinguished physician

“King’s Vale-Royal,” Smith, William herald and antiquary

“De morte dissertatio,” Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

“De Pallio,” Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florens the iirst Latin writer of the primitive church whose writings are come clown to us

Born: Tournefort, Joseph Pitton De a famous botanist of France

“Garden of Flowers,” Tradescant, John a contributor to the study of natural history in this country in the seventeenth century

“Museum Tradescantianum, or a collection of rarities, preserved at South Lambeth, near London, by John Tradescant,” Tradescant, John a contributor to the study of natural history in this country in the seventeenth century

“The retired Man’s Meditations; or, the mystery and power of godliness shining forth in the living world,” Vane, Sir Henry eldest son of the preceding

“Opuscula Sancto Patrieio, qui Hibernos ad fidein Christi convertit, adscripta, &c.” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“A commentary upon the first three chapters of Genesis,” White, John a puritan divine

Died: Wingate, Edmund

Born: Wissing, William an excellent portrait painter

“Five Sermons in five several stiles or ways of preaching,” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

“Parnassus biceps, or several choice pieces of poetry, composed by the best wits that were in both the universities before their dissolution,” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

“Theatrum Vitae humanse,” Zuinger, Theodore a celebrated physician of Basil (1534–?)

1657

Died: Aagard, Nicholas brother of the above (16121657)

“Mortes illustres et gesta eorum de societate Jesu, qui in odium fidei ab hsreticis vel aliis occisi sunt,” Alegambe, Philip a Flemish Jesuit

Born: Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

Died: Ambrosini, Bartholomew was a physician of considerable eminence and professor of botany at Bologna

“Relation fidele de tout ce qui s’est passe dans la conference publique avec M. Bedacier, eveque d'Aost,” Ancillon, David an eminent divine

“An Historical Itinerary,” Andrada, Alphonsus D' a Spanish writer

“Collection of posthumous and orphan Lectures delivered at St. Paul’s and St. Giles’s,” Andrews, Lancelot an eminent divine

Born: Arisi, Francis an Italian lawyer

“Philosophic affective” Bail, Lewis a French divine

“Justice des armes du roi treschretien contre le roi d'Espagne,” Balthasar, Christopher a man of great learning and merit

“Entretiens,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“EuclidisData,” Barrow, Isaac an eminent mathematician and divine of the seventeenth century

“A summary of Divine Wisdom,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“A glance at the glories of Sacred Friendship,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“A theological Concordance of the synonymous words in, Scripture,” Bennet, Robert, B. D. a nonconformist divine

Born: Berger, John Henry De a learned lawyer

“The judgment of the late archbishop of Armagh and primate of Ireland concerning first, the extent of Christ’s death and satisfaction secondly, of the Sabbath, and observation of the Lord’s day,” Bernard, Nicholas a learned English divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bernardi, John usually called major Bernardi

Born: Bibbiena, Ferdinand Galli painter and architect

Died: Blake, Thomas an English puritan divine

“Organum. Salutis,” Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

“Cornelius Nepos,” Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

“Dissertatio de Pontificatu Maximo Imperatorum præcipue Christianorum,” Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

Born: Brandt, Gerard second son of Gerard

“A Golden Chain, or Miscellany of divers sentences of the sacred scriptures, and of other authors, &c.” Bulstrode, Edward a lawyer of some note during the usurpation

“Reports of Cases in B. R. regn. Jac. 1. & Car. I.” Bulstrode, Edward a lawyer of some note during the usurpation

Died: Burton, William another antiquary of the seventeenth century

“Graecse Linguae Historia,” Burton, William another antiquary of the seventeenth century

“Mel Cceli, an exposition of Isaiah, chap. 53,” Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Born: Carpenter, George Lord baron of Killaghy in the kingdom of Ireland

“Processus Juris Saxonici,” Carpzovius, Benedict one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Chazelles, John Matthew De a French mathetician and engineer

Born: Clerc, John Le brother to the preceding

“Perspicillum microcosmologicum, or, a prospective for the discovery of the lesser world, wherein man is a compendium, c.” Cole, William an English botanist

“A treatise on oratorical action,” Conrart, Valentin secretary of the French king’s council

“A Scholastical History of the Canon of the Holy Scripture; or, the certain and indubitable books thereof, as they are received in the Church of England,” Cosin, John an English prelate

Born: Croft, William a musician

Born: Dennis, John a poet

Born: Derham, William an excellent philosopher and divine

“Calendarium Romanum novum, et Astronomia Aquicinctina (Anchin),” Despierres, John a learned Benedictine

“Lux in Tenebris” Drabicius, Nicholas a celebrated enthusiast

Died: Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

Born: Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

Died: Faucheur, Michelle a French protestant preacher of the highest estimation in his time

Born: Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier De the son of Frangois le Bovier de Fonienelle

“Lond. 1654 and 1656, 8vo. 9.” Ford, Simon a man of learning

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

“An Assize Sermon,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

Died: Gilpin, Richard a nonconformist divine and physician

Born: Greenville, Denis a younger son of the preceding

Died: Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

“Compendium S. Theologian,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Theologia Veterum; the Sum of the Christian Theology contained in the creed, according to the Greeks and Latins, &c. Lond. 1654, fol. reprinted 1673. 4. Ecclesia Vindicata; or the Church of England justified, 1. In the way and manner of her Reformation, &c. 2. In officiating by a public Liturgy. 3. In prescribing a set form of Prayer to be used by preachers before their sermons. 4. In her right and patrimony of tithes. 5. In retaining the episcopal government, and therewithal the canonical ordination of priests and deacons,” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

Died: Higford, William a polite writer in the seventeenth century

“Sectio jsecunda,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The Marks of the absurd Geometry, rural Language, &c. of Dr. John Wallis,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Poems, Elegies, Paradoxes, Sonnets,” King, Henry bishop of Chichester in the seventeenth century

“Reports in the court of Exchequer in the reign of king James,” Lane, Sir Richard knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“Choice French Proverbs,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“Annotations on the five poetical books of the Old Testament, viz. Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Canticles,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“Joel explicatus per paraplirasim Chaldaicam,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Died: Licetus, Fortunius a celebrated physician and philosopher

“The Sovereign’s Prerogative and Subject’s Privileges discussed,” Littleton, Dwaud lord keeper of the great seal of England in the reign of Charles I. was descended

“Logica Armeniaca in Latinam traducta,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“The Preacher’s Tripartite,” Mossom, Robert was a learned and pious Irish prelate

Born: Musgrave, Dr. William an English physician and antiquary

“Help to Calculation; with tables of declination, ascension, &c.” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

Born: Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

Born: Papin, Isaac some time a minister of the church of England

“Methodus gratioe divinse in traductione hominis peccatoris ad vitam,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

“A new World of English Words, or General Dictionary, &c.” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“The Blasphemer slain with the sword of the Spirit, or a plea for the Godhead of the Holy Ghost, wherein the Deity of the Spirit is proved, against the cavils of John Biddle,” Pool, Matthew a learned Nonconformist

“Manuductio ad Theologiam Polemicam,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“A Theatre to Political flying Insects,” Purchas, Samuel a learned English divine

Died: Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Oppian,” Rittershusius, Conradus a learned civilian and philologer of Germany

“Mysterium & Medulla Bibliorum, or the Mystery and Marrow of the Bible,” Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

Died: Rubens, Peter Paul an illustrious artist

Born: Ruinart, Thierry a French theologian

“Exercitationes Mathematics,” Schooten, Francis professor of mathematics at Leyden about the middle of the seventeenth century

“Magia naturalis et artificialis,” Schott, Gaspar a learned Jesuit

“The Fountain opened,” Sedgwick, Odadiah a nonconformist divine

Born: Shower, John an eminent and pious divine

Died: Snydehs, Krancis a Flemish painter

Born: Solimene, Francis called L‘Abate Ciccio

“Rationale of the Book of Common-prayer of the Church of England,” Sparrow, Anthony a learned prelate

“The Practical Register, or the Accomplished Attorney,” Style, William a law-writer

“A Sermon preached at Caermarthen Assizes,” Thomas, William bishop of Worcester

Born: Tindal, Dr. Matthew an English deistical writer

Born: Torre, Philip Della a learned antiquary

Born: Valentinus, Michael Bernard a botanical and medical writer

“Celsus,” Vander-Linden, John Antonides a learned professor of physic at Leyden

“Of the Love of God and Union with God,” Vane, Sir Henry eldest son of the preceding

Died: Wadding, Luke an eminent Irish Roman catholic

Born: Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“Biblia Polyglotta” Walton, Brian a learned English bishop

“The sum of all was, that, for a most difficult and dangerous work, faith/ully and successfully performed bj Whitelocke, he had little thanks, and no recompense, from those who did employ him; but not long after was rewarded by them with an injury: they put him out of his office of commissioner of the great seal, because he would not betray the rights of the people, and, contrary to his own knowledge, and the knowledge of those who imposed it, execute an ordinance of the Protector and his council, as if it had been a law. But in a succeeding parliament, upon the motion of his noble friend the lord Bmghill, Whitelocke had his arrears of disbursement paid him, and some recompense of his faithful service allowed unto him.” Whitelocke, Bulstrode son of the preceding

“Solutio quaestionis de legati delinquents judice competente,” Zouch, Richard an eminent civilian

1658

Born: Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

“De Studiis bene instituejulis,” Acontius, James a divine

Died: Aelst, Evert a Dutch painter

“Traite de conformites du disciple avec le maitre, c'est a dire, de S. Francois avec J. C. en tout le mysteres de sa naissance, vie, passion, mort, &c.” Albizzi, Barthelemy also called Bartholomew of Pisa

“Heroes et victims charitatis societatis Jesu,” Alegambe, Philip a Flemish Jesuit

Died: Allibond, John of Magdalen college

Died: Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

Born: Andry, Nicholas surnamed Bois-Regard

“Dissertatio de politia ecclesiastica,” Apaczai, John a man of singular character and learning of the seventeenth century

Died: Arrowsmith, John an English divine and writer

“The Way to Bliss, in three books, made public by Elias Ashmole, esq; qui est Mercuriophilus Anglicus,” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

“Musae Neoburgicae in ortum J. G. J. Ignatii ducis Neoburgici,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Aristippe,” Balzac, John Lewis Guez Dr a French writer

“Questiones Medicae duodecim,” Barbeyrac, Charles an eminent French physician of the seventeenth century

“Disputationes Philologicae de Theologia Gentili ex antiquis nummis eruta,” Bebele, Balthazar a Lutheran divine

“Nota3 in numismata, turn Ephesia, turn aliarum urbium, Apibus insignita, cum eorum iconibus aeneis,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

Born: Bernard, James professor of philosophy and mathematics

Born: Bertini, Anthony Francis an Italian physician

“De Linguarum Orientalium, praesertim HeIpraicce, Chaldaica?, Syriacae, Arabicae, et Samaritans, praestantia et usu,” Beveridge, William a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Biddle, John a noted Socinian writer

“The Lamps of the Law, and the Lights of the Gospel,” Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Simeonis Seth, tie alimentorum facultatibus,” Bogden, Martin a favoured pupil of T

“Historia Nat. et Med. Indise orientalis,” Bontius, James called by some

“Euclides restitutus,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“Speculum eloquentia?,” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

Born: Boulainvilliers, Henry De comte de St

“Catching of the Leviathan,” Bramhall, John an eminent prelate

“Commercium. Epistoiicum,” Brouncker, William viscount Brouncker

Died: Bulkley, Peter an English divine

“Spiritual Refinings; or a Treatise of Grace and Assurance,” Burgess, Anthony a Nonconformist clergyman

“A Commentary on Antoninus’s Itinerary, or Journey of the Roman Empire, so far as it concerneth Britain,” Burton, William another antiquary of the seventeenth century

“Remains, being an useful Appendix to the former,” Capel, Richard son of Christopher Capel

Died: Capellus, Lewis an eminent French protestant and learned divine

“Labyrinthus Cantuariensis,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“La methode nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

Died: Chantereau-Le-Febure, Louis a learned French antiquary

Died: Cleyn, Francis an artist of very considerable talents

Born: Coustou, Nicholas sculptor in ordinary to the French king

Died: Davila, Gilles Gonzales a Spanish ecclesiastic

Died: Despeisses, Anthony an eminent French lawyer

“Opinion touching the antiquity, power, order, state, manner, persons, and proceedings, of the High Courts of Parliament in England,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

“Analecta sacra; sive excursus philologici, &c.” Doughty, John an English divine

Born: Duchat, Jacob Le a French editor

Died: Durham, James an eminent Scotch divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Elias, Matthew an eminent painter

“De morah'tate Sabbathi,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“Defensio concilii Theologici Ultrajectini de Canonicatibus, Vicariatibns, &c.” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“The French Gardener, instructing how to cultivate all sorts of fruit-trees and herbs for the garden, together with directions to dry and conserve them in their natural,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

Born: Falz, Raymond a celebrated medallist

“Faithful Shepherdess,” Fanshawe, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Knt. And Bart. a statesman

“Threnodia triumphans, &c.” Fisher, Payne Paganus Piscatok

Born: Fosse, Antony De La nephew of the former

“Trigonometria Britaonica, &c.” Gellibrand, Henry professor of astronomy at Gresham-college

Born: Goltzius, Henry a celebrated engraver and painter

Born: Greene, Thomas a worthy English prelate

“An Explication of the Song of Solomon,” Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

Died: Harvey, William an eminent English physician

“Musica njoderna prattica, overo maniere del buon canto,” Herbst, John Andreas an eminent practical and theoretical German musician

“Short View of the Life and Reign of King Charles (the second monarch of Great Britain) from his birth to his burial,” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

“Peter pursued; or Dr. Heylin overtaken, arrested, and arraigned upon his three Appendixes: 1. Respondet Petrus. 2. Answer to Post-Haste Reply. 3. Advertisements on three Histories. viz. of Mary Queen of Scots, King James, and King Charles,” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

“Dionisii orbis descriptio, annotationibus Eustathii, et Hen. Stepheni, nee non Gul. Hill eommentario critico et geographico, ac tabulis illustrata,” Hill, William a learned annotator on Dionysius Periegetes

Born: Hoogstraten, David Van a professor of the belles lettres

“Conviction of the Jews,” Hoornbeeck, John an illustrious professor of divinity in the universities of Utrecht and Leyden

Born: Jarry, Laurence Juillard Du a French preacher and poet

“Quacstiones pro more solenni in Vesperiis propositac ann. 1651,” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

“Second considerations of the high court of Chancery,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Lovelace, Richard an elegant poet of the seventeenth century

Died: Maistre, Antoine Le

Born: Marsigli, Lewis Ferdinand an Italian

Born: Masham, Lady Damahis a lady distinguished by her piety and extraordinary accomplishments

“Mensa Lubrica,” Master a poet and historian

“Mela,” Mela, Pomponius an ancient Latin writer

Died: Metzu, Gabriel a Dutch painter of small portraits

Died: Micrelius, John professor of divinity at Stetin

Born: Mordaunt, Charles earl of Peterborough

“An exact Delineation of London,” Newcourt, Richard author of that very valuable work the “Repertorium Londinense

“Trigonometria Britannica, in two books,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Avicennae Canonis Liber primus et secundus ex Arabica Lingua in Latinam translatus,” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

Born: Pomet, Peter born April 2

“A model for the maintaining of students of choice abilities at the university, and principally in order to the ministry. Together with a Preface before it, and after it a recommendation from the university; and two serious exhortations recommended unto all the unfeigned lovers of piety and learning, and more particularly to those rich men who desire to honour the Lord with their substance,” Pool, Matthew a learned Nonconformist

“A History of their Churches,” Przipcovius, Samuel a Polish knight

Born: Purcell, Henry an eminent musician

“The Cabinet-Council, containing the chief arts of Empire, and mysteries of State discabineted,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“History of Jansenism,” Rapin, Renatus a French Jesuit

Died: Reves, James De a learned Dutch divine

“Catalogus plantarum horti Upsaliensis,” Rudbeck, Olaus one of the earliest cultivators of natural science in Sweden

Born: St. Pierre, Charles Irene'E Castel De a French moral and political writer

“Thesaurus Temporum” Scaliger, Joseph Justus son of the preceding

“An exposition of Psalm xxiii.” Sedgwick, Odadiah a nonconformist divine

“Animi medela, seu de bearitudine et miseria,” Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

“Adriani Heerboordii disputation um de concwrsu examen,” Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

“Labyrinthus Cantuariensis, or, Dr. Laud’s Labyrinth, by T. C.” Stillingfleet, Edward one of the most learned prelates of the seventeenth century

Born: Sturt, John an engraver of some note

“Reports,” Style, William a law-writer

Born: Thoresby, Ralph an eminent antiquary

Born: Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

“The Judgment of the late Primate of Ireland, &c. as he is made a party by the said Lord Primate in the point of the Sabbath,” Tyrrell, James an English historian

“De Ludicra Dictione,” Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

“The Savilian Professor’s Case stated:” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

“Prerogative of popular government,” Wren, Matthew eldest son of the preceding (?–1672)

1659

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

Born: Amenta, Nicholas an Italian lawyer and miscellaneous writer

Born: Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“The right government of the Thoughts,” Angel, John an English clergyman and nonconformist

“Miscellaneum hyperbolicum et parabolicum,” Angelis, Stephen De an Italian mathematician

“De exilio, sive de exilii poena antiqua et nova, exsulumque conditione et juribus, libri tres,” Antonio, Nicholas a very learned and useful Spanish biographer

Died: Apaczai, John a man of singular character and learning of the seventeenth century

“Familiarum iilustrium Imperatorumque Romanorum Numismata Oxonire in Bodleianae Bibliotbecoe Archivis descripta et explanata.” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Born: Bahier, John a French Latin poet

“The history of the English and Scotch Presbytery,” Basier, Isaac a learned divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Basnage, Henry

Died: Bathurst, Ralph a distinguished wit

“History of Malta,” Baudouin, John a member of the French academy

Born: Beausobre, Isaac an eminent Calvinist divine and ecclesiastical writer

Born: Berchet, Peter a French artist

Died: Beys, Charles a French poet

“De ara ignoti Dei ad Act. 17,” Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

“Defence and justification of ministers’ maintenance by tithes, &c.” Bourne, Immanuel the son of a clergyman

Born: Boyse, Joseph, a protestant dissenting minister

Died: Bulstrode, Edward a lawyer of some note during the usurpation

“An English Introduction to the Latin Tongue,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

“Apology” Capel, Richard son of Christopher Capel

“Epicteti Enchiridion, Graere & Latine, cum notis Merici Casauboni & Cebetis Tabula, cum notis ejusdem,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Born: Cassana, Niccolo called Nicoletto

Died: Castelli, Valerio son of the preceding

Born: Catrou, Francis a learned and industrious writer

“Cyropredia,” Charpentier, Francis dean of the French academy

Born: Chasles, Gregory De who was born August 17

“Thomas Campanella’s advice to the king of Spain, for obtaining the universal monarchy of the world,” Chilmead, Edward an excellent Greek and Latin scholar and mathematician

“The Abuses of God’s Grace, discovered in the kinds, causes, &c. proposed as a seasonable check to the wanton libertinism of the present age,” Clagett, Nicholas

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

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

“A narrative of count Gondomar’s transactions during his embassy in England,” Cotton, Sir Rohert Bruce an eminent English antiquary

Born: Couplet, Philip a Jesuit

Born: Creech, Thomas an English poet

Died: Croius, John a learned protestant clergyman in France

“De coniirmatione et extrema unctione,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“Catechism containing the chief heads of the Christian religion,” Davenport, John elder brother of Christopher just mentioned

“A Panegyric on his excellency the lord general George Monk, commander in chief,” Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

Died: Dingley, Robert second son of sir John Dingley

Born: Dunton, John bookseller and miscellaneous writer

“Systema Theologicum,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“An Apology for the Royal Party, written in a letter to a person of the late council of state; with a touch at the pretended plea of the army,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“The golden book of St. Oh ry sos torn, concerning the Education of Children.” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“An Apology for the Royal Party, c.” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“The late News or Message from Brussels unmasked,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“Lusiad of Camoens,” Fanshawe, The Right Hon. Sir Richard, Knt. And Bart. a statesman

“The Interest of England stated or, a faithful and just account of the aims of all parties nowprevailing; distinctly treating of the designments of the Roman Catholic, Royalist, Presbyterian, Anabaptist,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Epistolarum pars prima,” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“The Quakers Reply manifested to be railing: or, a pursuance of those by the light of the Scriptures, who through their dark imaginations would evade the Truth,” Fiennes, William lord Say and Sele

Born: Fotherby, Martin younger brother of the rev

Died: Fouquirres, James a Flemish painter of the 17th century

Died: Gauden, John an English prelate

“A Petitionary Remonstrance presented to O. P. by John Gauden, D. D. a son, servant, and supplicant for the Church of England, in behalf of many thousands, his distressed brethren, ministers of the gospel, and other good scholars, who were deprived of all public employment,” Gauden, John an English prelate

“The Art of Longevity, or a dietetical institution,” Gayton, Edmund or

Born: Gendre, Louis Le a French historian

“De Lymphaxluctis nuper repertis,” Glisson, Francis an English physician

Died: Hackspan, Theodore a Lutheran divine

Died: Hallier, Francis a celebrated French bishop

“Cum occasione” Hallier, Francis a celebrated French bishop

“Shorter Catechism,” Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

“An Essay upon two of Virgil’s Eclogues, and two of his Æneids, towards the translation of the whole;” Harrington, James an eminent political writer

“Dissertatio de Pceniteutia lapsorum,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

Died: Higgs, Griffin descended from a considerable family in Gloucestershire

Died: Hill, Abraham a learned English gentleman

Born: Hody, Humphrey an eminent English divine

“A Letter of Advice from the prime Statesmen- of Florence, how England may come to herself again,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

“A true and faithful Relation of what passed for many Years between Dr. John Dee and some Spirits,” Kelley a famous English alchymist

“Prodromus Historiae Literariae,” Lambecius, Peter a very learned writer

Born: Lauriere, Eusebius James De a celebrated lawyer

“Orbis Miraculum; or the Temple of Solomon portrayed by Scripture light,” Lee, Samuel an English nonconformist divine

“England described,” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

“Reports of Cases in the courts at Westminster in the reigns of king James and king Charles, with two tables; to which is added a treatise of Wards and Liveries,” Ley, Sir James an eminent lawyer in the early part of the seventeenth century

Born: Longepierre, Hilary Bernard De a Greek scholar and critic

“Abrégé de l‘Histoire d’Aquitaine, Guienne, et Gascogne, jusqu'à present,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

Born: Maillet, Benedict De a French theorist of some note

Born: Medina, Sir John a portrait-painter

Died: Menasseh, Ben Israel a celebrated rabbi

“Ad Viruni Janum Ulitium Epistolae dute de Invocatione Sanctorum;” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

Died: Morton, Thomas a learned English bishop in the seventeenth century

“Variae colloquendi Formulas, in usum condiscipulorum in palaestra literaria sub paterno moderamine vires Minervales exercentium, parthn collects, partim composite a Roberto Mossom,” Mossom, Robert was a learned and pious Irish prelate

Born: Mountfort, William an English dramatic writer

“Shuffling, cutting, and dealing, in a game at Piquet,” Nevile, Henry a republican writer

“Geometrical Trigonometry,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

Died: Nicolai, John a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

“Epigrammaturn Delectus,” Nicole, Peter a celebrated French divine

“Privadoes, or Extravagants.” North, Dudley, Third Lord who appears to be the first of this family entitled to notice in a work of this description

“The Heart’s Ease, or a remedy against all troubles; with a consolatory discourse, particularly directed to those who have lost their friends and dear relations,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

Born: Petit-Didier, Matthew a celebrated Benedictine

“A brief of Proceedings between sir Hierom Sankey and the author,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Villare Cantianum,” Philpot, John Somerset herald in the reign of James I. was a native of Folkstone

“Munitio Fundamentorum Medicinae V. F. Plempii adversus Jacobum Primerosium,” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

Died: Potenger, John an English gentleman of talents (16471733)

“Sacred Eloquence or, The Art of Rhetoric, as it is laid down in Scripture,” Prideaux, John a learned English bishop

“Histoire des plus illustres Favoris anciens et modernes,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

Born: Ricci, Sebastian an artist of temporary fame

“Metaphysica,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

“Logica restituta,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

“Chorographia sacra Brabantia, sive celebrium aliquot in ea provincia ecclesiarum et ccenobiorum descriptio,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

Born: Sherard, William a very learned botanist

Born: Smith, John an English divine of distinguished learning

Born: Southern, Thomas an English dramatic writer

“The good old Cause,” Stubbe, Henry an English writer of uncommon parts and learning

Born: Synge, Edward a pious and learned archbishop of Tuam in Ireland

Born: Talbot, Charles lord high chancellor of Great Britain

“Eusebii Pamphili historia ecclesiastica, ejusdemque libri de vita Constantini, & panegyricus atque oratio Constantini ad sanctos,” Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

Born: Vitringa, Campegius an eminent and learned protestant divine

“Dissertatio de vera estate mundi, &c.” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

“Castigationes ad Scriptum Hornii de ætate Mundi,” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

“Adenographia, seu Descriptio Glandular.um totius Corporis,” Wharton, Thomas an eminent English physician

“Diatribse duae Medico-philosophicae de ft-rmentatione, altera de febribus,” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

“Whole Duty of the Christian Religion,” Winterton, Ralph an eminent Greek scholar

Born: Wollaston, William a learned and ingenious" writer

“Politicaster i or, a Comical Discourse in^answer to Mr. Wren’s book, entitled ‘ Monarchy asserted, &c.’” Wren, Matthew eldest son of the preceding (?–1672)

Died: Zacchias, Paul physician to pope Innocent X. was born in 1584

1660

Died: Æmilius, Anthony professor of history in the university of Utrecht

Born: Ainsworth, Robert an eminent Grammarian and lexicographer (?–1743)

Died: Albano, Francis a celebrated painter

“Theses Theologicæ de ultimo judicio,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Meditations on every day of the year,” Andrada, Alphonsus D' a Spanish writer

Died: Andrada, Francis D' historiographer to Philip III. king of Spain

Died: Argoli, John son of the former

Died: Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

Died: Asselyn, John a Flemish painter

“Memoire pour rhistoire du Cardinal de Richelieu,” Aubery, Anthony a lawyer of Paris

“Histoire de me me ministre,” Aubery, Anthony a lawyer of Paris

“Just vindication of the questioned part of his reading had in the Middle Temple hall, Feb. 24, 1639,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“The rights of the Crown of England, as it is established by law,” Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

“Censura Cleri, against scandalous ministers, not fit to be restored to the church’s livings, in point of prudence, piety, and fame,” Barnard, John an English divine (1630–?)

“Panegyriques des Saints,” Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

“Medicus Microcosmus,” Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

Born: Behrens, Conrad Bertold a German physician of note

Born: Bertheau, Charles a learned French protestant divine

“Humanitas Theologica,” Betuleius, Sixtus whose name in German was Birck

“Boscobel or the history of his majesty’s escape after the battle of Worcester,” Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Help to Prayer both extempore and by a set form as also to Meditation,” Bogan, Zachary a learned and pious writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Borcht, Henry Vander, a painter

Died: Bosse, Abraham a French engraver

“Opera Omnia,” Botallus, Leonard an eminent physician of Piedmont

Died: Boulanger, John an engraver

“Seraphic Love; or, some motives and incentives to the Love of God, pathetically discoursed of in a letter to a friend,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Born: Brandel, Peter a painter of portrait and history

Born: Brandt, John the youngest son of Gerard

“Congratulatory poem on his Majesty, upon his happy arrival in our late discomposed Albion,” 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: Breenberg, Bartholomew, Called Bartolomeo a painter and engraver

Born: Bretonneau, Francis born at Tours in 1660

“The Memoirs of the Duke of Rohan or a faithful relation of the most remarkable occurrences iij France, especially those concerning the reformed churches there; from the death of Henry the Great until the peace made with them, in June 1629. Together with divers politic discourses upon several occasions. Written originally in French, by the duke of Rohan, and now Englished by George Bridges, of Lincoln’s-inn, esq.” Bridges, George translator of the duke de Rohan’s Memoirs

Born: Brossard, Sebastian De an eminent French musician

“Extract, or Abstract of the lord chancellor Bacon’s Philosophical Theory of Mineral Prosecutions,” Bushel, Thomas a man once of considerable eminence for his philosophical pursuits

“Critici Sacri,” Capellus, Lewis an eminent French protestant and learned divine

Died: Catz, James pensionary of Holland

Died: Cavedone, Jacob an historical artist

Born: Cheron, Lewis the brother of Elizabeth Cheron

Died: Chifflet, John James a physician and politician

“Ecclesiae Slavonic, &c. brevis historiola,” Comenius, John Amos a celebrated grammarian and protestant divine

Born: Corradini, De Sezza, Peter Marcellinus a learned antiquary

Died: Costar, Peter a bachelor of the Sorbonne

Died: Courten, William the last in the male line of the family that makes the subject of the preceding article

“Fides ex S. Scripturis demonstrate,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“The History of the Cardinals,” Doni D'Attichi, Lewis was born in 1596

“Heroic Stanzas on the late lord Protector,” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“Gnomologia Homeri,” Duport, James a learned Greek scholar

“A guide for the penitent, or, a model drawn up for the help of a devout soul wounded with sin,” Duppa, Brian a learned English bishop

“The Gentile Sinner, or England’s brave gentleman characterised, in a letter to a friend,” Ellis, Clement an English divine

“Vindicirc de Canonicis,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

Born: Estrees, Victor Marie D' born in 1660

“A divine antidote against the Plague, contained in Soliloquies and Prayers,” Featley, John nephew to the preceding

“De l'origi.ne de la Peinture, avec plusieurs pieces detachers,” Felibien, Andrew Sieur des Avaux et de Javerci

“The Life of the most reverend, learned, and pious Dr. Henry Hammond, who died April 25, 1660,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

Born: Fenner, William an eminent puritan divine

Born: Feuillee, Louis a Franciscan friar

Died: Flink, Govert a German artist

Died: Freinshemius, John a learned classical editor

“Lactantius,” Galle, Servatius a Dutch writer

“Considerations touching the Liturgy of the Church of England, in reference to his Majesty’s late Declaration, and in order to a happy union in church and state,” Gauden, John an English prelate

“Wit revived; or a new excellent way of Divertisement, digested into most ingenious questions and answers,” Gayton, Edmund or

Born: Gibert, John Peter LL. D. and D. D. a learned canonist of the same family as the preceding

Born: Grant, Francis lord Cullen

“Hist. Genealogique de la Maison Royale de Savoie,” Guichenon, Samuel an ingenious and judicious French historian in the seventeenth century

“Recherches historiques et chronologiques, concernant l'etablissement et la suite de seuechaux de Beaucaire et de Nimes,” Guiran, Galliard a French antiquary

“Biblia Maxima,” Haye, John De La a learned Franciscan

Born: Helyot, Peter perhaps Elliot

“Poems written by William earl of Pembroke, &c. many of which are answered by way pf repartee by sir Benjamin Rudyard, with other poems written by them occasionally and apart,” Herbert, William earl of Pembroke

Died: Hersent, Charles a French divine

“Historia QuinquArticularis: or a declaration of the Judgment of the Western Churches, and more particularly of the Church of England, in the five controverted points, reproached in these last times by the name of Arminianism. Collected in the way of an Historicall Narration out of the public acts and monuments, and most approved authors of those scverall churches,” Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

“A Panegyric to the King,” Higgons, Sir Thomas son of Dr

“Exercitationes cliuc, quanun prior de passione hysterica, altera de affectione hypochondnaca,” Highmore, Nathaniel a physician and anatomist

Born: Hoffmann, Frederick the most eminent physician of his name

“Marginal Notes on the New Testament,” Holden, Henry an English Roman catholic divine

Died: Honthorst, Gerard a celebrated artist

“Microcosmus, seu brevis manuductio ad historiam corporis humani, in gratiam discipuloium,” Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

“Opera Medica,” Horstius, Gregory also a learned physician

“The fourth book of Virgil translated,” Howard, Sir Robert an English writer of some abilities and learning

“Elementa Historiae Civilis,” Howel, Laurence a learned

Died: Howson, John successively bishop of Oxford and Durham

Born: Jablonski, Daniel-Ernest a learned Polish Protestant divine

“Bentivolio and Urania,” Ingelo, Nathaniel, D. D. a divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Kennet, White an English writer

Died: Knox, Capt Robert the son of capt

Born: Lagny, Thomas Fantet De an eminent mathematician

“Epistolae praestantium et eruditorum Virorum, &c.” Limborch, Pinup a celebrated professor of divinity in Holland

“Modern Policy compleated, or the public actions and councils, '&c. of General Monk,” Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

Died: Lugo, John a Spanish Jesuit and cardinal

“Biblia Maxima,” Lyra, Nicholas De a celebrated Franciscan

Died: Mariales, Xantes a laborious Dominican

“A collection of Letters made by sir Tobie Matthews, kt. with a character of Lucy, countess of Carlisle,” Matthew, Tobias eldest son of the preceding

“A Collection of Acts of Parliament, Charters, Trials at Law, and Judges’ Opinions, concerning those Grants to the College of Physicians,” Merret, Christopher a physician and naturalist

Died: Metkerke or Mekerchus

Died: Molina, Lewis born of a noble family at Cuenca

Born: Motteux, Peter Antony a native of France

Born: Nary, Cornelius an Irish Roman catholic divine

“Mathematical Elements, three parts,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“The excellency and lawfulness of the Solemn League and Covenant,” Nye, Philip an English nonconformist

“Iliad” Ogilby, John a very industrious adventurer in literary speculations

Died: Oughtred, William an English divine

“Dictionary,” Oughtred, William an English divine

“Secret pour composer en musique par un art nouveau,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“Le parlement de Bourgogne, avec les armoiries,” Palliot, Peter historiographer

“La vraie et parfaite science des Armoiries de Gelliot, avec de plus de 6000 ecussons,” Palliot, Peter historiographer

Died: Pellegrini, Camillo an Italian historian and antiquary

“An Elegy upon the Death of Gabriel Naude, in 1653.” Petit, Peter another very learned Frenchman

“Reflections upon some Persons and Things in Ireland,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Veritas inconcussa; or King Charles I. no man of blood, but a martyr for his people:” Philips, Fabian author of several books relating to ancient customs and privileges in England

Died: Polemberg, Cornelius a celebrated Dutch painter

“Sepultura Veterum,” Quenstedt, John Andrew a Lutheran divine

Died: Rohan, Henry Duke De peer of France

Died: Rolle, Henry a learned and upright judge

Born: Rudbeck, Olaus son of the preceding

“Vestigi dell' antichita di Roma,” Sadeler, John the first of a family of distinguished engravers

“Les He-ires” St. Pavin, Dennis Sanguin De a French poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Sanderson, Robert an antiquary of considerable note

Died: Scarron, Paul an eminent burlesque French writer

“Clelie,” Scuderi, Magdeleine De sister of the preceding

“Almahide, ou PEsclave Reine,” Scuderi, Magdeleine De sister of the preceding

“The Anatomy of Secret Sins,” Sedgwick, Odadiah a nonconformist divine

“The Parable of the Prodigal,” Sedgwick, Odadiah a nonconformist divine

“Hypothesis de Officiis secundum Humanae Rationis Dictata, seu Naturae jus, unde Casus omnes Conscientitc quatenus Notiones a Natura supersunt dijudicari possint,” Sharroch, Robert a clergyman’s son

Born: Sloane, Sir Hans an eminent physician

“Lettres & Discours sur diverses matieres curieuses,” Sorbiere, Samuel a French writer

Born: Stahl, George Ernest a very eminent German chemist

Born: Stanhope, George dean of Canterbury

“Apology fur the ancient right and power of the Bishops to sit and vote in parliaments,” Stephens, Jeremy a learned English divine

“Oceana,” Stubbe, Henry an English writer of uncommon parts and learning

Died: Tacquet, Andrew a Jesuit of Antwerp

“Ductor Dubitantium, or the Rule of Conscience in all her general measures; serving as a great instrument for the determination of cases of conscience,” Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

Died: Varenius, Bernard a Dutch physician

Died: Venner, Tobias a physician of the seventeenth century

“A Defence of Arms and Armory,” Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer

“The tragedy of Christopher Love at Tower-hill,” Wild, Robert a nonconformist divine

“Iter Boreaie, attempting something upon the successful and matchless march of the L Gen. George Monk from Scotland to London,” Wild, Robert a nonconformist divine

“The great Antichrist revealed,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

“Increpatio Bar Jesu, sive Polemica? adsertiones locorum aliquot Sacrse Scripturae ah imposturis perversionum in Catechesi Racoviana,” Wren, Matthew a learned bishop of Ely

“Philosophic Studiosus,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

Died: Zouch, Richard an eminent civilian

1661

“Beauty of Holiness,” Aben-Melek a learned rabbi of the 17th century

“Poeti antichi raccolti da Codici manuscriti della Bibliotheca Vaticana e Barberina,” Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Born: Ancourt, Florent-Carton D' an eminent French actor and dramatic writer

“Fides Catholica, or the doctrine of the Catholic church, &c.” Annand, William dean of Edinburgh in Scotland

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

“Testimonium Flavianum de Christo,” Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

“La Pasife,” Artalis, Joseph an Italian poet

Born: Audran, Benoit was the second son of Germain Audran

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

“Memorials of Worthy Persons.” Barksdale, Clement a biographical and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“De figuranivis dissertatio,” Bartholine, Erasmus one of the sons of Caspar

“Lives of the Regicides,” Bate, George an eminent physician

Born: Bentley, Richard regius professor of divinity

Died: Besler, Michael Robert a physician at Nuremberg

“Opus astronomicon,” Billi, Jacques De a Jesuit

“Apollonii Pergaei conicorum, libri v. vi. & vii. paraphraste Abalphato Aspahanensi nunc primum editi,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“De Tiberio,” Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

“Certain physiological Essays and other Tracts,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Born: Brandmuller, Gregory considered in the Helvetic school as an artist of the first rank

Died: Brebeuf, George De a French poet

Born: Brun, Peter Le a French priest of the oratory

Born: Buffier, Claude a learned metaphysician

“Pvlartiaiis Epigrammata selecta,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

Died: Chaloner, James another brother of the preceding

“Scientia metrica & rhythmics; seu tractatus de prosodia Arabica ex authoribus probatissimis eruta,” Clarke, Samuel celebrated for his skill in oriental learning

Died: Colbert, John Baptist marquis of Segnelai

“Bibliotheca Augusta,” Conringius, Hermannus one of the eminent publicists of Germany

Died: Coote, Sir Charles a distinguished military officer in the 17th century

“The Interest of England in the matter of Religion,” Corbet, John a nonconformist divine of considerable note

Born: Croze, Mathuiun Veyssiere La a learned French writer

Died: Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“De confessione auriculari,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Died: Delft, William James an excellent painter and engraver

Born: Despohtes, Francis an eminent painter

“Concerning the Vegetation of Plants,” Digby, Sir Kenelm who once enjoyed the reputation of a philosopher

“Bibl. Juris Canon, veteris,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Born: Dubois, Charles Francis a French ecclesiastic of considerable fame

Died: Dupleix, Scipio a French historian

“De Assumptis,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

“Euthychius vindicatus,” Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

“Homonyma et Synonyma Linguae Latin it- conjuncta et distincta,” Edmondson, Henry a learned schoolmaster

“Synopsis controversiarum Theologicarum, et index locorum totius sacrae Scripturoc,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

Died: Ferne, Henry bishop of Chester

Died: Fevret, Charles an eminent French civilian

“Poems,” Flatman, Thomas an English poet

Born: Frenicle a poet of the seventeenth century

“Anni mirabiles,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

“The Vanity of Dogmatizing, or confidence in opinions, manifested in a discourse of the shortness and uncertainty of our knowledge and its causes, with some reflections on Peripateticism, and an apology for philosophy,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“A View of the Admiral’s Jurisdiction,” Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

Born: Gregory, David son of the preceding

“De Clinicis, sive Grabatariis veteris Ecclesise:” Gudius, Marquard a learned critic

Born: Harley, Robert afterwards earl of Oxford and earl Mortimer

Died: Haye, John De La a learned Franciscan

“A brief Chronicle of the late intestine War in the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, &c.” Heath, James an English historian

Born: Hecquet, Philip a French physician of singular merit and skill

“De Officio boni Principis piique Subditi,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“De natura Saturni faciei, ejusque phasibus certa periodoredeuntibus.” Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

“Jamaica viewed,” Hickeringill, Edmund a half-crazy kind of writer

“Dialogus Physicus, sive de Natura Aeris,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“A Letter concerning Mr. White’s Treatise De Medio Animarum statu,” Holden, Henry an English Roman catholic divine

“Praelectiones theologicae,” Holdsworth, Richard sometimes written Oldsworth (?–1649)

Died: Holstenius, Lucas an ingenious and learned German

Died: Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

“Survey of the World, in ten books, a poem,” Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

Born: Hospital, William-Francis-Antony, Marquis De L' a great mathematician of France

“Etymologicon Orientale, sive Lexicon Harmonicum Heptaglotton,” Hottinger, John-Henry a very learned writer

Born: Howe, Charles the author of a very popular book of “Devout Meditations

Died: Lambecius, Peter a very learned writer

Died: Leger, Anthony a learned Protestant divine

“Choice observations on all the kings of England, from the Saxons to the death of Charles I.” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Lenfant, James a learned French writer in the eighteenth century

“The Proceedings observed in order to, and in the consecration of, the twelve Bishops in St. Patrick’s Church in Dublin, Jan. 27, 1660,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Liber Psalmorum Davidis ex Armeniaco idiotnate in Latinum traductus,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

Died: Magni, Valerian a celebrated Capuchin

“Lnst’s Dominion,” Marloe, Christopher whom Phillips calls “a kind of second Shakspeare

Died: Mayerne, Sir Theodore De baron of Albone

Died: Mazarin, Julius cardinal

“A Confession of Faith of the Greek Church,” Metrophanes Critopylus the patriarch of Alexandria in the seventeenth century

Born: Montague, Charles, Earl Of Halifax an English statesman and poet

“De jure silentii,” Morhof, Daniel George a very learned German

“Complete Lawyer or, a Treatise concerning Tenures and Estates in Lands of Inheritance for Life, and other Hereditaments and Chattels real and personal,” Noy, William attorney-general in the reign of Charles I. the son of William Noy

Born: Papillon, John was one of a family of engravers on wood

Born: Polignac, Melchior De a celebrated French cardinal

Born: Quien, Michael Le a French Dominican

Died: Quillet, Claudius an ingenious French writer

“Aphorisms of State,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

Born: Rapin De Thoyras, Paul an eminent historian

“Apollonius Pergaeus ex versioue Arabica, Latine,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Resuscitatio,” Rawley, William a learned English divine

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

“De existentia Dei,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

Born: Rollin, Charles a French writer of very great abilities

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

“God made man, A Tract proving the nativity of our Saviour to be on the 25th of December,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Phoca anatomice spectatus,” Severinus, Marcus Aurelius a distinguished physician

“Tyrocinia mathematica,” Sinclare, George professor of philosophy in the university of Glasgow in the seventeenth century

Died: Stephens, Anthony the son of Paul

“I have heard of his great worth and deserts, as well in respect of his learning and orthodox, judgment, as of his most exemplary life and conversation.” Thomas, William bishop of Worcester

Born: Tournemine, Rene Joseph De a learned French Jesuit

“La Toscane Francoise,” Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

“The Power communicated by God to the Prince, and the obedience required of the Subject,” Tyrrell, James an English historian

“Exercitationes de Zoroastre, Hermete, Sanchoniatone,” Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

Born: Vallisnieri, Antonio a celebrated professor of physic at Padua

Died: Vignier, Jerome grandson of the preceding historian

“L'Antiquite de temps retablie,” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

“Catalogus librorum in I3ibl. Aul. Magd. Oxon.” Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

“Uniformity re-asserted,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“The Solemn League and Covenant arraigned and condemned,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Letters to sir Edmund Bacon,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

“A practical commentary, or exposition on the hook of Psalms,” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

Died: Zeiler, Martin an indefatigable German geographer

1662

“Theatre of Europe” Abelin, John Philip a historian (?–1646)

“La Tradition de l'Eglise, touchant la devotion a Sainte Vierge,” Abelli, Louis was born in the Vexin Francois

Died: Adlzreiter, John of Tottenweiss

Died: Alaymo, Mark Anthony a celebrated physician of Sicily

“De fide hsereticis servanda,” Alberti, Valentine professor of divinity at Leipsic

“De visione et scientia Dei De voluntate Dei De reprobatione et praedestinatione,” Alderete, Bernard a native of Zamora

“Irenicon” Amyraut, Moses an eminent French divine

Born: Anderson, James a Scotch antiquary

“Epistolæ selectæ” Aromatari, Joseph a learned Italian physician

Died: Arrighetti, Philip a native of Florence

Died: Ashe, Simeon a Puritan minister

“Answers to the objections urged.against Mr. Ashmole’s being made historiographer to the order of the Garter,” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Born: Atterbury, Francis bishop of Rochester in the reigns of queen Anne and king George I. was born March 6

Born: Averani, Joseph was born at Florence the 19th of March 1662

Died: Bagshaw, Edward a gentleman of a Derbyshire family

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

“Munich, 1661, 12mo. 28. et De eclipsi solari anno 1654, die 12 Augusti a pluribus spectata tubo optico, iterum a Jacobo Balbe tubo satyrico perlustrata lib. duo,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Died: Banck, Lawrence a Swedish lawyer

“Scotus Defensus,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

“La Francia,” Baudrand, Michael Anthony a celebrated French geographer

“He was religious without bigotry, devout without superstition, learned without pedantry, judicious without censoriousness, eloquent without vanity, charitable without ostentation, generous without profusion, friendly without dissimulation, courteous without flattery, prudent without cunning, and humble without meanness.” Beaumont, Joseph master of Peter-house

“Institntiones Chymicse, seu manuductio ad pjiilosophiam hermeticam,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

“Theatrum Sympatheticum,” Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

“Cornelia,” Berkeley, Sir William a native of London

“The Laws of Virginia,” Berkeley, Sir William a native of London

“Breviarium orbis terrarum,” Bertius, Peter cosmographer and historiographer to Louis XIII. of France

“Medicinse cum Philosophia natural i consensus,” Betts, John an eminent physician in the seventeenth century

Born: Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

Died: Billaut, Adam known under the name of Maitre Adam

Died: Boisrobert, François Metel De of the French academy

“Theatrum Sympatheticum,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“De Patronis quatuor nationum universitatis Parisiensis,” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

“The Irish colours displayed; in a reply of an English Protestant to a letter of an Irish Roman catholic,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“An answer to a scandalous letter lately printed, and subscribed by Peter Walsh, procurator for the secular and regular popish priests of Ireland, entitled A letter desiring a just and merciful regard of the Roman catholics of Ireland, given about the end of October 1660, to the then marquis, now duke of Ormond, and the second time lord lieutenant of that kingdom. By the right honourable the earl of Orrery, &c. being a full discovery of the treachery of the Irish rebels since the beginning of the rebellion there, necessary to be considered by all adventurers, and other persons estated in that kingdom,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“Sceptical Chemist,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Orations of divers sorts, accommodated to divers places,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“Plays,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“Septem illustrium virorum poemata,” Cesarini, Virginio a very accomplished Italian scholar

“Treatise on Fiefs,” Chantereau-Le-Febure, Louis a learned French antiquary

“History of embanking and drayning of divers terms and marshes, &c.” Cole, Charles Nalson an English lawyer

Died: Cole, William an English botanist

“A non est inventus returned to Mr. Edward Bagshaw’s enquiry and vainly boasted discovery of weakness in the Grounds of the Church’s Infallibility,” Cressey, Hugh-Paulin a celebrated popish writer

Died: Daly, Daniel an Irishman by birth

Died: Dickson, David an eminent divine of the church of Scotland

“Temple of the Muses,” Diepenbeck, Abraham Van an artist

Died: Donne, John an eminent English divine and poet

“Wild Gallant.” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

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

Died: Duppa, Brian a learned English bishop

“A View of the Government and public Worship of God in the reformed churches of England, as it is established by the act of uniformity,” Durel, John a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Fabert, Abraham an eminent French officer

“T. Fuller’s Triana; or three-fold Romanza of Mariana, Paduana, and Sabina,” Fuller, Thomas an English historian and divine

Born: Gastrell, Francis a distinguished English bishop

“A Discourse of artificial Beauty in point of Conscience between two Ladies,” Gauden, John an English prelate

“Poem upon Mr. Jacob Bobart’s Yew-men of the Guards to the Physic garden, &c.” Gayton, Edmund or

Born: Gibert, Balthasar an elegant French scholar

“De Stylometricis,” Goldman, Nicholas a mathematician

“L'homme sans passions, selon les sentimens de Seneque,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“A view and correction of the Common Prayer,” Gunning, Peter bishop of Ely

“The Paschal or Lent Fast, Apostolical and perpetual,” Gunning, Peter bishop of Ely

“M. T. Ciceronis vita, ex optimis quibusque scriptoribus delibata,” Harmar, John a learned Greek scholar and teacher

“Elegy on Dr. Sanderson, bishop of Lincoln,” Heath, James an English historian

Born: Henry, Matthew an eminent dissenting teacher

“Mercurius in sole visus.” Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Died: Heylin, Dr. Petek an English divine

“Problemata Physica, una cum magnitudine circuli,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Holmes, George an English antiquary (?–1749)

Born: Hone, George Paul a lawyer of Nuremberg

“Des Cartes’s Philosophy,” Hooke, Robert an eminent English mathematician

“Works,” Hooker, Richard an eminent English divine

Born: Hudson, Dr. John a learned English critic

Born: Johnson, John an eminent divine among the nonjurors

“Doxoscopiae Physicae Minores, sive Isagoge Physica Doxoscopica.” Jungius, Joachim an eminent mathematician

“Some considerations upon the Act of Uniformity; with an expedient for the satisfaction of the clergy within the province of Canterbury. By a Servant of the God of peace,” Juxon, William a loyal and worthy English prelate

Died: Launay, Peter De a learned and judicious protestant writer

Died: Lawes, Henry an English musician

“Theatrum Historicum,” Lee, Samuel an English nonconformist divine

“Memento,” Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim a distinguished German writer

Died: Ley, John a voluminous polemic in the seventeenth century

Died: Lower, Sir William, Knt. was a noted cavalier in the reign of king Charles I

Born: Mary queen of England

Born: Mieris, William called the Young Mieris

“Vindication of himself from Mr. Baxter’s Calumny,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“Answer to Father Cressy’s Letter;” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“A perpetual Diary, or Almanac,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Horologmm Thaumaticum duplex,” Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

Died: Pascal, Blaise a French mathematician and philosopher

“A Treatise of Taxes and Contribution,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Tractatus de Affectuum Pilorum et Unguium,” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

Born: Pritz, John George (16621732)

“De Atomis,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

“Disputatio realis de ente reali,” Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

Died: Sanderson, Dr. Robert

“Judicia (seu Legum Censurae) de variis Incontinentioe speciebus.” Sharroch, Robert a clergyman’s son

“Diatriba de Chaldaicis Paraphrastis,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

Died: Stainer, Richard a brave naval officer in the seventeenth century

“De electione et reprobatione,” Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

“there are many things in it, which, if he were to write again, he would not say; some, which shew his youth, and want of due consideration; others, which he yielded too far, in hopes of gaining the dissenting parties to the church of England.” Stillingfleet, Edward one of the most learned prelates of the seventeenth century

“Just Weights and Measures; that is, the present State of Religion weighed in the Balance, and measured by the Standard of the Sanctuary,” Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“Upon the advantages of an early piety,” Tillotson, John archbishop of Canterbury

“Les Corses Francoise,” Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

“Logica Apodeictica, sive Tractatus brevis et dilucidus de demonstratione; cum dissertatiuncula Gassendi eodem pertinente,” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

“An Epistle General to the mystical body of Christ on earth, the church universal in Babylon, who are pilgrims and strangers on the earth, desiring and seeking after the heavenly country,” Vane, Sir Henry eldest son of the preceding

“The Face of the Times; whereby is briefly discovered, by several prophetical Scriptures, from the beginning of Genesis to the end of the Revelation, the rise, progress, and issue, of the enmity and contest between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent, to the final breaking of the serpent’s head, to the total and irrecoverable ruin of the monarchies of this world,” Vane, Sir Henry eldest son of the preceding

“Sermons” Vines, Richard a learned and excellent divine

“A brief account of ancient Church Government,” Walker, Obadiah a learned divine

“Dictionarium Minus; a compendious Dictionary English-Latin, and Latin- English,” Wase, Christopher a man of considerable learning

Born: Wesley, Samuel an English divine

“A poem on the imprisonment of Mr. Edmund Calamy in Newgate,” Wild, Robert a nonconformist divine

1663

“Poetry, Sonnets, &c.” Abriani, Paul of Vincenza

“L‘Arte Poetica d’Horatio, tradotta in versi sciolti,” Abriani, Paul of Vincenza

Born: Adam, James a French translator of some note

“Procopii Historic Arcana, Gr. et Lat. Nic. Alernanno interprete, cum ejus et Maltreti notis,” Alemanni, Nicholas an antiquary of great learning

Died: Ambrose, Isaac a noted presbyterian teacher in the times of the usurpation

Born: Amontons, William an ingenious French mechanic

“Tribunianus Belgicus,” Anselme, Antony of Antwerp

“Gestus Eucharisticus, concerning the Gesture to be used at the receiving the Sacrament,” Ashwell, George rector of Hanwell

Died: Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Urania victrix, sive animse Christianae certamina adversus illecebras quinque sensuum corporis sui,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

“Paean Parthenius, sive hymnus in honorem S. Ursulas et sociarum martyrum,” Balde, James an eminent German poet

Born: Bedford, Hilkiah of Sibsey

Born: Benedictus, Peter a celebrated Maronite

“L‘Achille in Sciro’;” Bentivoglio, Hyppolitus of Arragon

Died: Berigard, Claude Guillermet, Slgnor De was born at Moulins in 1578

“Introductio ad Medicinam indigenam,” Beverwick, John De in Latin Beverovicius

“Villebrequin,” Billaut, Adam known under the name of Maitre Adam

“Civitates et admirandae Italiae,” Blaeu, William an eminent printer

“De Jure Galliae in Lotharingiam,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

“De Divina Psalmodia, deque variis ritibus omnium ecclesiarum in psallendis Divinis Officiis,” Bona, John an eminent cardinal of the church of Rome

Died: Bourdeilles, Claude De grand-nephew of the former

“Experiments and considerations upon Colours; to which was added a letter, containing observations on a diamond that shines in the dark,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Considerations upon the style of the Holy Scriptures,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Died: Brun, Lawrence Le a French Jesuit

“Grsecae Grammaticae Rudimenta,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

Born: Byng, George lord viscount Torrington

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

“History of Italy,” Carey, Henry earl of Monmouth

“Cabala, or Scrinia sacra,” Carleton, Sir Dudley

Born: Carre', Lewis was born in 1663

“The Question to whom it belonged anciently to preach? And whether all priests might or did? Discussed out of antiquity. Occasioned by the late directions concerning preachers,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Philosophical and Physical Opinions,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

Born: Chauveau, Rene son of the foregoing

Died: Clagett, Nicholas

“Occasional Reflections on several subjects,” Collings, John an eminent nonconformist divine

Born: Crescimbeni, John Mario an Italian poet

“Roman Catholic Doctrines no Novelties; or, an answer to Dr. Pierce’s court-sermon, miscalled The primitive rule of Reformation,” Cressey, Hugh-Paulin a celebrated popish writer

Born: Crousaz, John Peter De an eminent philosopher and mathematician

“Lettera di Timauro Antiate a Filaleti, della vera storia della Cicloide, e della famosissima esperienza dell' argento vivo,” Dati, Charles professor of polite literature at Florence

Born: De Foe, Daniel a voluminous and very ingenious political and miscellaneous writer

“The ancient method and manner of holding Parliaments in England,” Elsynge, Henry an English gentleman

Born: Emlyn, Thomas a learned English divine

Born: Eschenbach, Andrew Christian a German divine and philologer

“His Moral Theology,” Escobar, Anthony surnamed of Mendoza

Born: Eugene, Francis prince of Savoy

Born: Eyben, Hulderie an eminent lawyer

Born: Fabricius, Francis professor of divinity in the university of Leipsic

“Defence of Bill Credit.” Ford, Sir John an ingenious gentleman of the seventeenth century

“Disputatio Medico-philosophica de Formarum origine,” Freitag, John a learned physician

“Prophecies concerning the Return of Popery,” Gauden, John an English prelate

Born: Gendron, Claude Deshais a celebrated doctor of physic of the faculty at Montpellier

Born: Germon, Bartholomew a celebrated Jesuit

“Parnassus medicinalis illustratus” Gesner, Conrad an eminent scholar

“Optica promota,” Gregory, James the first of an eminent family of learned men in Scotland

“Thuanus resthufcus, sive sylloge, e. cum Francisci Guicciardini paralipomenis,” Guicciardini, Francis the celebrated historian of Italy

“Sylloge disputation ujn theologicarum etphilologicarum,” Hackspan, Theodore a Lutheran divine

“Flagellum or, the Life and Death, Birth and Burial, of Oliver Cromwell, the late usurper,” Heath, James an English historian

“A new book of loyal English Martyrs and Confessors, who have endured the pains and terrors of death, arraignment, &c. for the maintenance of the just and legal government of these kingdoms both in church and state,” Heath, James an English historian

“De cultu creaturarum &, imaginufn dissert.” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“An Account of the Revolutions of Siam in 1647,” Herbert, Thomas an eminent person of the Pembroke family

“Mjcrotechne, id est, brevissima Chirurgiae Methoclus,” Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

Died: Juxon, William a loyal and worthy English prelate

Born: King, Dn. William an ingenious and humourous English writer

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

Born: Labat, John Baptist a celebrated traveller of the order of St

Born: Lanzoni, Joseph a physician

“The Countess of Bridgwater’s Ghost, &c.” Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

Born: Lobineau, Guy Alexis a Benedictine of the congregation de St

“Oratio funebris habita post exuvias nuperi Rev. jbatris Joan. (Bramhall) archiepiscopi Armacbani,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Aretino, or serious Romance,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

Born: Massillon, John Baptist an eminent French preacher

Born: Mather, Dr. Cotton son to the preceding Increase Mather

Born: Matti, Don Emmanuel a Spanish poet

“Epistola apologetica & parasnetica ad Thcologum quendara Belgam scripta,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

Born: Ostervald, John Frederick one of the most celebrated Swiss divines of the latter age

“Familiae Romans ex antiquis numismatibus ah urbe condita ad tempera D. Augusti,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

Born: Pellegrin, Simon Joseph an abbe

“Tenenda non Tollenda: or, the Necessity of preserving Tenures in Capite, and by KnightVservice, which, according to their first institution, were, and are yet, a 'great part of the salus populi, &c, 1660,” Philips, Fabian author of several books relating to ancient customs and privileges in England

Died: Raynaud, Theophilus a celebrated Jesuit

“Venezia descritta,” Sansovino, Francis an Italian poet and historian

“Exercitationes variae,” Schoockius, Martin a learned and very laborious writer

Born: Smalridge, George a learned prelate

“At the restoration he was ejected from Cressedge, but neither Wood nor Calamy have ascertained when he died. The former says” Smith, Samuel one of the most popular writers of pious tracts in the seventeenth century

“The Slighted Maid” Stapleton, Sir Robert a dramatic poet

Born: Stepney, George an English poet and statesman

“Discourse on Confirmation” Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

“History of Gavelkind, with the etymology thereof; containing also an assertion, that our English laws are, for the most part, those that were used by vthe ancient Brytains, notwithstanding the several conquests of the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans. With some observations and remarks upon many especial occurrences of British and English history. To which is added, a short history of William the conqueror, written in Latin by an anonymous author in the time of Henry I.” Taylor, Silas an able English antiquary

“Traité de I'exposiiioii. du Saint Sacrement de PAutel,” Thiers, John Baptist a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

“A brief account of some expressions in St. Athanasius’s creed,” Towerson, Gabriel a learned English divine

Born: Trimnell, Charles successively bishop of Norwich and Winchester

“Naples Francoise,” Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

“Lucas Vanuden pinx. inv. et fee.” Vanuden, Lucas an eminent landscape-painter

“De Septuaginta Interpretibus, eorumque translatione & chronologia Dissertationes;” Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

Born: Walsh, William an English critic and poet

“Romish Doctrines not from the beginning: or a Reply to what S. C. (Serenus Cressy), a Roman catholick, hath returned to Dr. Pierce’s Sermon preached before his Majesty at Whitehall, Feb. 1, 1662, in vindication of our Church against the novelties of Rome,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

Born: Wilson, Thomas the pious and venerable bishop of Sodor and Man

“An Antidote to cure the Calamities of their trembling for fear of the Arke,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Cabala, or Scrinia sacra,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

“A poem, being an Essay on the present ruins of St. Paul’s cathedral,” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

1664

Died: Aagard, Christian a Danish poet

Born: Alberoni, Julius an eminent Spanish statesman

“A call to Archippus,” Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

“Reports of many principal Cases argued and adjudged in the time of queen Elizabeth, in the Common Bench,” Anderson, Sir Edmund a younger brother of a good family

Died: Andoque, Peter and not Androque

“Original and growth of Printing in England,” Atkyns, Richard a typographical author

“Paris, 1669, and 1684, 8vo, the last the best edition. 3.” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

“Cursus Philosophicus,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

“Institutiones GhymictE prodromye,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

Died: Bega, Cornelius an artist

“Exercitationes ethicae, ceconomicge, politicae,” Berckringer, Daniel who was born

Born: Bernier, Nicholas an eminent musician and composer

Born: Bertin, Nicholas painter

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

“Exercitatio historica de Clinicis Ecclesiae Teteris,” Bosius, John Andrew an eminent philologer and historian

“Recueil des oeuvres diverses,” Brebeuf, George De a French poet

Died: Buxtorf, John the son of the preceding

“Histoire de Cambray et du Cambresis,” Carpentier, John Le a native of Abscons in Ostrevant

“Philosophical Letters or Modest Reflections upon some opinions in Natural Philosophy, maintained by several famous and learned authors of this age, expressed by way of letters,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

Born: Chamberlen, Hugh an eminent man-midwife

“Nine Sermons on occasional subjects,” Chillingworth, William a divine of the church of England

Died: Coulon, Lewis a French historian

“De auctoritate verbi divini in Hebraico codice,” Crinesius, Christopher a learned Bohemian

“De ratione motus musculorum,” Croune, William an eminent physician and benefactor to the science

“Adversus Latinorurn traditionem de cultus religiosi objecto, disputatio,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

“Horie Subseciva?, or a treatise shewing the original, grounds, reasons, and provocations, necessitating our sanguinary Laws against Papists, made in the days of queen Elizabeth,” Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Died: Despierres, John a learned Benedictine

“O ratio de reducenda ad Medicinam Chirurgia;” Diemerbroeck, Isbrand, De was born at Montfort

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

Died: Ecchellensis, Abraham a learned Maronite of the seventeenth century

“A parallel of the antient architecture with the modern, in a collection of ten principal authors who have written upon the five orders, viz. Palladio and Scammozzi, Serlio and Vignola D. Barbaro and Cataneo L. B. Alberti and Viola, Bullant and De Lorme compared with one another. The three Greek orders, Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian, comprise the first part of this treatise, and the two Latin, Tuscan and Composite, the latter written in French by Roland Freart, sieur de Chambray made English for the benefit, of builders to which is added, an account of architects and architecture^ in an historical and etymological explanation of certain terms, particularly affected by architects; with Leon Baptista Alberti’s treatise of statues,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“Kalendarium Hortense, or the gardener’s almanac, directing what he is to do monthly throughout the year, and what fruits and flowers are in prime,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

Born: Faccio, Nicolas Of Duilier a man of considerable learning

Died: Fermat, Peter a very celebrated French mathematician

Born: Ficoroni, Francis a famous Roman medallist

“Semiotice, sive de signis medicis Tractatus,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

Born: Glanvil, John a grandson of the preceding

Born: Gotti, Vincent Lewis a learned cardinal

Died: Gracian, Baltasar a celebrated Spanish Jesuit

Born: Gravina, John Vincent an eminent scholar

Died: Gryphius, Andrew was born at Glogaw in 1616

Died: Guichenon, Samuel an ingenious and judicious French historian in the seventeenth century

Born: Harrington, James a young lawyer of great promise

Born: Heritier, Marie Jeanne L' de Villandon

Born: Hopkins, Charles son of the preceding

“Concerning the surrender of Dunkirk, thiit it was done upon good Grounds,” Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Born: Janssens, Honorius Victor another artist

Born: Lang, John Michael an able Protestant divine

Born: Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

Died: Lippi, Fra. Filippo an eminent historical painter

Died: Littleton, Dwaud lord keeper of the great seal of England in the reign of Charles I. was descended

“The Speech of James duke of Ormond, made in a parliament at Dublin, Sept. 17, 1662, translated into the Italian,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

Born: Lucas, Paul a French traveller

“Sylloge Observationnm Medico-chirurgicarum rariorum,” Marchetti, Peter De a physician

“Diogenes Laertius Graece et Latine cum commentario,” Menage, Giles called

Died: Miel, Jan a celebrated Flemish painter of history

Died: Mothe Le Vayer, Francis De La a distinguished French writer in the seventeenth century

Died: Perrot, Nicolas sieur d'Ablancourt

“Commentary” Persius, Aulus Flaccus one of the three great Roman satirists

Born: Petit, Francis Pourfour Du a learned physician

“Loimographia, sive, Tractatus de Peste,” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

“De Magia naturali,” Porta, Johnbaptista a Neapolitan gentleman

Born: Prior, Matthew an English poet of considerable eminence

“Freres Ennemis,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Versio nova in caput quartum Geneseos,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Died: Rodon, David a celebrated French professor of philosophy in the seventeenth century

Died: Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“Technica curiosa,” Schott, Gaspar a learned Jesuit

“The Step-mother,” Stapleton, Sir Robert a dramatic poet

“A rational account of the grounds of the Protestant Religion; being a vindication of the lord archbishop of Canterbury’s relation of a conference,” Stillingfleet, Edward one of the most learned prelates of the seventeenth century

“On the wisdom of being religious;” Tillotson, John archbishop of Canterbury

“De Ecclesiarum Germanicarum origine et progressu,” Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

Born: Vaniere, James a Jesuit

“Venerabilis Bedae epistolae duae, necnon vitae abbatum Wiremuthensium etGerwiensium, &c.” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

Born: Wharton, Henry an English divine

“The persecution and oppression of John Bale, and Griffith Williams, bishops of Ossory,” Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

“Cerebri Anatome,” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

1665

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

“Description of St. John de Lateran,” Alemanni, Nicholas an antiquary of great learning

“Trutina statuum Europae Ducis de Rohan,” Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

“De Parasitis,” Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

Died: Artois, Jean Van an eminent landscape painter

Born: Ashton, Charles one of the most learned critics of his age

“Theologia Moralis,” Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

“De cometis anni 1664 et 1665,” Bartholine, Erasmus one of the sons of Caspar

“Experimenta crystali Islandici disdiaclasti,” Bartholine, Erasmus one of the sons of Caspar

“Memoirs,” Bassompierre, François De colonel-general of the Swiss guards

“Relation of his embassies,” Bassompierre, François De colonel-general of the Swiss guards

Died: Bausch, John Laurence was born at Schweinfurt

“Schediasmata bina curiosa de lapide hcematite et cetite,” Bausch, John Laurence was born at Schweinfurt

Born: Beisch, Joachim Francis an artist

“Exercitatio Anatomica de structura et usu renum.” Bellini, Laurence an eminent Italian physician

“Gustus Organum novissimt* deprehensum; prccmissis ad faciliorem intelligentiam quibusdam de saporibus,” Bellini, Laurence an eminent Italian physician

Born: Beyer, George another bibliographer

“Living Truths in dying times,” Blake, Thomas an English puritan divine

“Culter Anatomicus” Bogden, Martin a favoured pupil of T

“Parthenissa, a romance in three volumes,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“Occasional Reflections upon several subjects; whereto is prefixed a discourse about such kind of thoughts,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“INew experiments and observations upon Cold; or, an experimental history of cold begun: with several pieces thereunto annexed,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Died: Boys, Edward a learned clergyman of the seventeenth century

“Regicidium,” 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: Brinsley, John a non-conformist divine

Born: Burette, Peter John born at Paris in 1665

Died: Burgess, Cornelius another Nonconformist

“De Moralitate Sabbati,” Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

“An answer concerning the new way of Infallibility lately devised to uphold the Roman cause; the ancient fathers and councils laid aside, against J. S. (the author of Sure-footing) his Letter lately published,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

Died: Cheynell, Francis a nonconformist of some note

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

“An Introduction to Merchants’ Accompts,” Collins, John an eminent accomptant and mathematician

“CEuvres galantes,” Cotin, Charles a member of the French academy

Born: Craufurd, David, Esq. was born at Drumsoy near Glasgow

Born: Crespi, Joseph Maria sometimes called La Spagnuolo

“A Treatise concerning the Lord’s Supper,” Doolittle, Thomas an eminent nonconformist

Died: Dorigny, Michael a painter and engraver

“Dissertationes de Cometis,” Dudith, Andrew an eminent prelate

“Ciysniatica nova,” Elsholtz, John Sigismond an eminent Prussian botanist

“Disquisitio de moralitate Sabbathi hebdomadalis,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“Pars secunda: cui accedunt Aristophanis Concionatrices, Graece & Latine, cum notis,” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“the marriage of Belphegor, and the life of Theseus, from Plutarch,” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

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

“Academiae Oxoniensis Notitia,” Fulman, William an English antiquary

Born: Gildon, Charles a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Giry, Lewis advocate to the parliament of Paris

“Scepsis Scientifica, or confessed ignorance the way to science, in an Essay on the Vanity of Dogmatizing, and confident opinion,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“De famosis latronibus investigandis de jure praecedentiae de Salario animadversiones Juris civilis. De suburbicariis Regionibus de statu Paganorum sub Imperatoribus Christianis. Fragmenta Legum Juliae et Papioe collecta, et notis illustrata. Codex Theodosianus,” Godefroj, James younger brother of the preceding

“Memoires et Instructions pour servir dans les Negociations et les Affaires concernant les Droits du Roi,” Godefroi, Denvs son of Theodore

Died: Goldman, Nicholas a mathematician

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

Died: Hall, Thomas a learned nonconformist

“Institutiones Theologica,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Occasional Verses,” Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

“Historiola de nova stella in collo Ceti.” Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Died: Holden, Henry an English Roman catholic divine

Died: Janssens, Cornelius called also Johnson (1593–?)

“Glossarium Gothicum in quatuor evangelia Gothica,” Junius, Francis son of the preceding

“Tractatus de Religione Ethnica, Mahummedana et Judaica,” Kortholt, Christian a learned professor of divinity at Kiel

“Notes and Corrections upon the Breviary of Lyons;” Laboureur, John Le a French historian and antiquary

Born: Leng, John a learned English prelate

“The Worthies of the World, &c.” Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

“Dying and Dead men’s Living Words; or a fair warning to a careless world,” Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

“Wonders no miracles; or Mr. Valentine Greatrack’s Gift of Healing examined, &c.” Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

Born: Long, James Le an eminent French historian and bibliographer

“Commentaries on the History and Canons of the Councils,” Lupus, Christian a learned Roman catholic writer

Born: Maraldi, James Philip a learned astronomer and mathematician

“Observationes in Evangeliorum versiones perantiquas duas, Gothicas scilicet & Anglo- Saxonicas,” Marshall, Thomas an English divine

Born: Martelli, Peter James an eminent Italian poet

Born: Massieu, William an ingenious and learned French writer

“Examen Diatribae Thomae Willisii, de Febribus,” Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

Died: Mola, Pfter Francis an eminent painter

Died: Monconys, Balthasar a celebrated traveller

“Journal de ses voyages en Portugal, Provence, Italic, Egypt, &c. &c. redige par le sieur de Liergues, son fils,” Monconys, Balthasar a celebrated traveller

“Princeps Medicus,” Morhof, Daniel George a very learned German

“Narrative panegyrical on the life, &c. of George Wild, bishop of Derry,” Mossom, Robert was a learned and pious Irish prelate

“Fables of Æsop paraphrased, in verse, &c.” Ogilby, John a very industrious adventurer in literary speculations

“Odyssey” Ogilby, John a very industrious adventurer in literary speculations

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

“Dissertatio de Motu et Natura Cometarum,” Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

“Tentamina Physico-Theologica de Deo; sive Theologia Scholastica, ad normarn novae et reformats philosophise concinnata,” Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

“Introduction a l'Histoire par la Connoissance des Medailles,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

Born: Petit-Pied, Nicholas nephew of the preceding

Died: Poussin, Nicholas an eminent French painter

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

“Versio Latina ex Hebraeo sex priorum capitum Geneseos, &c.” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Edda Snorronis Sturlesonii triplici lingua Islandica & Latina,” Resenius, Peter John probably of the same family as the preceding

“Astronomia Reformata,” Riccioli, John Baptist a learned Italian astrono^ mer

“Chronologia Reformata,” Riccioli, John Baptist a learned Italian astrono^ mer

Born: Richardson

“Jnteriora regni Dei,” Rous, Francis a very conspicuous racter during the republican state of England

Died: Schoockius, Martin a learned and very laborious writer

Born: Smith, Edward bishop of Down and Connor

“Observations on M. de Sorbiere’s Voyage into England,” Sorbiere, Samuel a French writer

Died: Stephens, Jeremy a learned English divine

Born: Torcy, John Baptist Colbert, Marquis Of son of the celebrated French minister

“De Praesulibus Hiberniae Comiaestarius, &c.” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

Born: Welchman, Edward a learned English divine

Born: Weston, Stephen bishop of Exeter (?–1742)

“Diatribse Thomas Wiilisii Med. Doct. & Profess. Oxon de Febribus Vindicatio contra Edm. de Meara,” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

Born: Woodward, John an eminent natural philosopher

“On Hypochondriacal Diseases,” Zacchias, Paul physician to pope Innocent X. was born in 1584

1666

“A Journey into Spain, historical and political,” Aarsens, Francis lord of Someldyck and Spyck

“Phytologia, hoc est, de plantis partis primae tomus primus, &c.” Ambrosini, Hyacinth brother to the preceding

“Apologie de Luther, de Zuingle, de Calvin, et de Beze,” Ancillon, David an eminent divine

“The lives of ' illustrious Jesuits,” Andrada, Alphonsus D' a Spanish writer

“Observat. ad Franc. Vavassoris librum de forma Christi,” Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

Born: Arnold, Gothofred pastor and inspector of the churches of Perleberg

“The Arms, Epitaphs,. Feuestral Inscriptions, with the draughts of the Tombs, &c. in all the churches in Berkshire.” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Died: Augustus duke of Brunswick and Lunenburg

Died: Automne, Bernard advocate of the parliament of Bourdeaux

Born: Barchausen, John Conrad an eminent physician

“Opuscula varia Herbipoli,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

“Libri Apologetici contra Theophilum Rainaudum,” Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

“Mens sancti Augustini & Thorn ae de Gratia & Libertate,” Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

“Ethica Christiana,” Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

“Schediasma curiosum de unicornu fossili,” Bausch, John Laurence was born at Schweinfurt

“Dissertatio de aris et mensis Eucharisticis veterum,” Bebele, Balthazar a Lutheran divine

“Theoriæ Medicorum Planetarum ex causis physicis deductae,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“The Origin of Forms and Qualities, according to the Corpuscular philosophy, illustrated by considerations and experiments,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Born: Bridges, John esq. of Barton- Seagrave

Died: Brome, Alexander an English poet

“Instructions familieres sur les quatre parties de la Doctrine Chretienne,” Bus, Cæsar De founder of the society of the priests

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

“Observations upon Experimental Philosophy: to which is added, the Description of a new World,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“Histoire de Bertrand du Gueschin, connetable de France,” Chatelet, Paul Hay, Lord Of a gentleman descended froman ancient family in Bretany

“The Life of Æsop,” Codrington, Robert a miscellaneous writer and translator of the seventeenth century

Born: Connor, Dr. Bernard a physician and learned writer

Died: Conti, Armand De Bourbon prince of

Born: Cowper, William a celebrated surgeon and anatomist

“De Scriptis, quae sub Dionysii Areopagii et Ignatii nominibus circumferuntur,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Born: Desmaiseaux, Peter a fellow of the royal society of London

“De pace regionis, Epistola ad Josephum Hallum,” Dominis, Mark Antony De archbishop of Spalato in Dalmatia

“Directions how to live after a wasting plague” Doolittle, Thomas an eminent nonconformist

“Annus Mirabilis,” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“Indian Grammar,” Eliot, John known by the title of the Apostle of the North American Indians

Born: Elliger, Ottomar the son of the preceding

“Dissertationes de Decalogo et die Sabbathi adversus Abrahamum Heidanum,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“Vindiciae quarti praecepti in Decalogo,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“Memoirs of the regency of Mary de Medicis,” Estrees, Francis Annibal D' duke

“De Homine,” Fabri, Honore' an industrious and learned Jesuit

“Asia Portuguesa,” Faria De Sousa, Emanuel one of the most celebrated historians and poets of his nation in the seventeenth century

Died: Featley, John nephew to the preceding

“Entretiens sur les Vies et sur les Ouvrages des plus excellens Peintres anciens et modernes:” Felibien, Andrew Sieur des Avaux et de Javerci

Born: Felibien, John Francis son of the preceding

“Seconde Journaline;” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“Plutarchus de Superstitione” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

Born: Fontanini, Juste a learned archbishop of Ancyra

“Experimental Proposals how the king may have money to pay and maintain his fleets, with ease to the people London may be re-built, and all proprietors satisfied money may be lent at six per cent, on pawns and the fishing trade set up, and all without straining or thwarting any of our laws or customs,” Ford, Sir John an ingenious gentleman of the seventeenth century

Died: Fotherby, Martin younger brother of the rev

Born: Fraguier, Claude Francis a French writer

Died: Gayton, Edmund or

Born: Geminiani, Francis a fine performer on the violin

Died: Gevartius, John Gaspar a learned critic

“Clypaeus Theologiae Thomisficae, contra novos ejus impugriatores,” Gonet, John Baptist a learned Dominican

“Wonders no miracles: or Mr. Valentine Greatrakes Gift of Healing examined,” Greatrakes, Valentine an empiric

“A brief account of Mr. Valentine Greatrakes, and divers of his strange cures,” Greatrakes, Valentine an empiric

Died: Guercino whose proper name was John Francis Barbieri

“Bibliotheca Sebnsiana,” Guichenon, Samuel an ingenious and judicious French historian in the seventeenth century

Died: Hals, Francis a portrait painter of great celebrity

Born: Hawksmoor, Nicholas an architect of considerable note

“Macaride; or the Queen of the Fortunate Islands,” Hedelin, Francis at first an advocate

“Prodromus Cometicus, or the history of a Comet, which appeared in 1664.” Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

“De principiis et ratiocinatione Geometrarum, contra fastuosum professorem,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

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

Died: Hoornbeeck, John an illustrious professor of divinity in the universities of Utrecht and Leyden

“Questiones Medico-legales” Horstius, Gregory also a learned physician

Died: Ho Well, James a voluminous English writer

Died: Jackson, Arthur a nonconformist divine

“Oratio de Scholarum et Academiarum ortu et progressu, presertim in Germania,” Kortholt, Christian a learned professor of divinity at Kiel

“Psalterium Hebrseum,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Born: Lorrain, Robert Le an eminent sculptor

Born: Lutti, Benedict an Italian artist

“Saggi di natural! esperienze fatte nel academia de Cimento,” Magalotti, Laurence a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Died: Mansard, Francis a very celebrated French architect

Born: Mariotte, Edmund an eminent French philosopher and mathematician

Born: Melmoth, William, Esq. a learned and worthy bencher of LincolnVinn

“Les poesies de Malherbe, avec des notes,” Menage, Giles called

“Sacra Theologia,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“Le pais d'Amour;” Moreri, Lewis a French divine

Born: Moss, Robert a learned English clergyman

Died: North, Dudley, Third Lord who appears to be the first of this family entitled to notice in a work of this description

Born: Parent, Antony a French mathematician

“The Bulk and Selvedge of the World.” Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

Born: Pouget, Francis Ame' a French divine

“Observations on the Fragment of Petronius,” Reinesius, Thomas a learned and philosophic German

“A Method for observing the Eclipses of the Moon,” Rooke, Sir George a brave naval officer

“Scaligerana;” Scaliger, Joseph Justus son of the preceding

“The History of the Propagating and Improvement of Vegetables, by the concurrence of Art and Nature, &c.” Sharroch, Robert a clergyman’s son

Died: Sloane, Sir Hans an eminent physician

Died: Stock, Richard an eminent puritan divine

“A Letter to a friend in Wilts (his patron Mr. Gore) upon occasion of a late ridiculous pamphlet, wherein was inserted a pretended prophecy of Thomas Becket,” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

Born: Valsalva, Antony Maria an eminent physician

“the laws of motion in the collision of bodies.” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

“A method and order for Private Devotion,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“A rational account of the doctrine of catholics, concerning the ecclesiastical guide in controversies of religion: reflecting on the late writings of protestants, particularly of archbishop Laud, and doctor Stillingfleet, on this subject; in four discourses” Woodhead, Abraham whom Dr (?–1678)

Born: Wotton, William an English divine of uncommon parts and learning (?–1726)

1667

Died: Abati, Antony an Italian poet of the 17th century (15901667)

Died: Adams, Sir Thomas citizen and lord mayor of London

“Considerazioni sopra la forza d'alcune cagioni fisiche matematiche addote dal Pad. Riccioli, &c.” Angelis, Stephen De an Italian mathematician

“Lexicon antiquitatum Ecclesiasticarum,” Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

Died: Arriaga, Roderic De a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Audran, John the third son of Germain Audran

Born: Baltus, John Francis a learned French Jesuit

Died: Berckringer, Daniel who was born

“Epistolae mutuas H. Grotii et Matt. Berneggeri,” Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

Born: Bernoulli, John the brother of the preceding

Died: Bloot, Peter was a Flemish painter

Born: Boffrand, Germain a celebrated French architect

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

“Hortus seu Armamentarium simplicium Plantarum et Animalium ad artem medicam spectantium,” Borel, Peter a French physician

“De Vi Percussionis,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Born: Boyer, Abel a lexicographer and miscellaneous writer

“A poem on the death of the celebrated Mr. Abraham CowJey,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

Born: Brett, Thomas, Ll. D. an eminent English divine and controversial writer

Born: Buddeus, John Francis a celebrated Lutheran divine

“Duplex Centenarius Proverbiorum Anglo-Latino-Graecorum,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

Died: Castillo Y Saavedra, Antonio Del a Spanish painter

“A new method and extraordinary invention, to dress Horses, and work them according to nature; as also to perfect nature by the subtlety of art,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

“The Life of the thrice noble, high, and puissant Prince William Cavendishe, duke, marquiss, and earl of Newcastle, &c.” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

Born: Centlivre, Susannah an ingenious dramatic writer

“England’s wants; or several proposals probably beneficial for England, offered to the consideration of both houses of parliament,” Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“A translation from the Italian, of the Life of Donna Olympia Maldachini, who governed the church during the time of Innocent X. which was from the year 1644- to 1655,” Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

“Vite dei Pittori,” Dati, Charles professor of polite literature at Florence

Born: Demoivre, Abraham a celebrated mathematician

Born: Drake, James a celebrated political writer and physician

Born: Dryden, John our author’s second son

“His Commentaries on the Holy Scriptures,” Escobar, Anthony surnamed of Mendoza

“Public employment and an active life preferred to solitude, in a reply to a late ingenious essay of a contrary title,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

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

“Damoiselles a la mode,” Flecknoe, Richard an English poet and dramatic writer in the reign of Charles II. whose productions

Died: Forstner, Christopher an Austrian lawyer

Born: Gabriel, James an eminent royal architect of France

Born: Gacon, Francis a French poet

Died: Gaulmin, Gilbert a French minor author

Born: Gaupp, John an able divine and mathematician

Born: Gedoyn, Nicholas a French writer and classical scholar

Died: Gerbier, Sir Balthasar

“Series Alphabetica, LatinoAnglica, Nomina Gentilitiorum, sive cognominum plurimarum familiarum, quse multos per annos in Anglia floruere,” Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

“Nomenclator geographicus,” Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

Born: Granville, George viscount Lansdowne

Died: Gregory Of St. Vincent a Flemish geometrician

Born: Harris, John the first compiler of a “Dictionary of Arts and Sciences” in this country

“Dictionary of Arts and Sciences” Harris, John the first compiler of a “Dictionary of Arts and Sciences” in this country

“De Veritate Religionis Christiana?,” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Heart Treasure,” Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

Died: Jenkins, David an English lawyer

“China illustrata,” Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Died: Labbe, Philip a celebrated Jesuit

“Musical Companion,” Laniere, Nicholas an artist of various talents in the seventeenth century

“A Summary of Devotions,” Laud, William archbishop of Canterbury

“Remarks on the Bible, or an Explanation of the difficult words, phrases, and metaphors, in the Holy Scriptures,” Launay, Peter De a learned and judicious protestant writer

“Biblia Hebraea,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

“The late Apology in behalf of Papists, reprinted and answered, in behalf of the Royalists,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“Catch that catch can,” Lock, Matthew an eminent English musical composer in the time of Charles II. was a native of Exeter

“Lettera esortatoria di mettere opera a fare sincera penitenza mandata alia signora F. M. L. P. &c.” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“The Vindication of an injured lady, F. M. Lucretia Plunket, one of the ladies of the privy chamber to the queen mother of England,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Theatrum Cometicum,” Lubienietski, Stanislaus in Latin Lubieniecius

“Pinax Rerum Naturalium Britannicarum, continens Vegetabilia, Animalia, et Fossilia in hac Insula reperta,” Merret, Christopher a physician and naturalist

Died: Milbourne, Luke a poetical writer of no very honourable reputation

“Paradise Lost” Milton, John the most illustrious of English poets

“Description of the use of the Carpenter’s Rule,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Ephemerides, shewing the Interest and Rate of Money at six per cent.” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Chiliades centum Logarithmorum, et tabula partium proportionalium,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Lettresimaginaires et visionaires,” Nicole, Peter a celebrated French divine

Died: Pallavicino, Sforza an eminent cardinal

Born: Pepusch, John Christopher one of the greatest theoretic musicians of modern times

“La Morale deslesuites, extraite fidelement de leurs iivres,” Perrault, Charles younger brother to the preceding

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

“Apparatus to the hjstory of the common practice of Dyeing,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

Died: Piromalli, Paul a celebrated Dominican of the seventeenth century

“Carmina juvenilia,” Placcius, Vincent an eminent philologer of Hamburgh

Born: Pomfret, John an English poet

“De Statu Germanici Imperii liber unus,” Puffendorf, Samuel an eminent German civilian and historian

Died: Rawley, William a learned English divine

Died: Reading, John an English divine

Died: Reinesius, Thomas a learned and philosophic German

Born: Ridgley, Thomas an eminent dissenter

Died: Sanson, Nicolas a celebrated French geographer

“Physica curiosa; sive Mirabilia Naturae et artis,” Schott, Gaspar a learned Jesuit

Died: Schrevelius, Cornelius a Dutch commentator

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

“EJementorum Myologist; Specimen,” Steno, Nicholas a Danish anatomist

“History of the Royal Society” Stubbe, Henry an English writer of uncommon parts and learning

“Tractatus Physico-Anatomico-Medicus de Respiratione,” Swammerdam, John an eminent naturalist and anatomist

Born: Swift, Jonathan an illustrious English wit

Died: Taylor, Jeremy a very learned and celebrated prelate

“Histoire genérale des Antilles habitées par les Francois,” Tertre, John Baptist Du a French Dominican

Born: Thwaites, Edward a learned Saxonist

Died: Voetius, Gisbert an eminent Dutch divine

Born: Ward, Edward a poet and miscellaneous writer

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

Born: Whiston, William an English divine of very uncommon parts and more uncommon learning (16671752)

“Pathologise Cerebri & nervosi generis specimina, in quo agiiur de morbis convulsivis & descorbuto,” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

Died: Wither, George a name well known among the readers of old English poetry

“Paraphrase on the Psalms, in five books,” Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

Died: Wren, Matthew a learned bishop of Ely

1668

“A translation of Lucan,” Abriani, Paul of Vincenza

Born: Aguesseau, Henry Francis D' a French statesman of great worth and talents

“Ludi Salmanticenses sive Theologia Florulenta,” Aguirre, Joseph Saenz De a very learned man of the 17th century

Died: Anselme, Antony of Antwerp

Born: Arlaud, James Anthony a celebrated painter

Born: Astell, Mary a learned and ingenious lady

“Opus Historicum et Chronologicum,” Baillie, Robert an eminent Presbyterian divine of the seventeenth century

“L'Heresie Convaincue,” Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

Died: Bate, George an eminent physician

“Schediasma posthumum, de cceruleo et chryocolla,” Bausch, John Laurence was born at Schweinfurt

Born: Bedford, Arthur a pious and learned clergyman of the church of England

“Tiridate,” Bentivoglio, Hyppolitus of Arragon

Born: Bentivoglio, Cornelius of Arragon

Born: Bingham, Joseph the writer of several tracts on theological subjects

“De abrotano mare monitum,” Boccone, Paolo an ingenious naturalist

Born: Boerhaave, Herman an illustrious physician and professor at Leyden

“De ortu et progressu Chemise,” Borrichius a very learned physician

“Remarques sur la dignite, rang, preseance, autorite, et jurisdiction du recteur de Tuniversite de Paris,” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

“The history of Henry V. a tragedy,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“An epistle to Caster Pucer,” Brahe, Tycho a very celebrated astronomer

Died: Briet, Philip an able French geographer

Born: Burman, Peter the eminent philologist

Died: Busembaum, Herman of Nottelen in Westphalia

“Terra machinis mota,” Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Of Credulity and Incredulity in things natural, civil, and divine; wherein, among other things, the sadducism of these times in denying spirits, witches, and supernatural operations, by pregnant instances and evidences is fully confuted; Epicurus his cause discussed, and the juggling and false dealing lately used to bring him and atheism into credit, clearly discovered; the use and necessity of ancient learning against the innovating humour all along proved and asserted^” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“De Vita & rebus gestis nobilissimi illustrissimique Principis Gulielmi, Ducis Novo-Castrensis, commentarii: Ab excellentissima principe Margareta, ipsius Uxore sanctissima conscripti, et ex Anglico in Latinum conversi,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“Plays, never before printed,” Cavendish, Margaret duchess of Newcastle

“The Converted Presbyterian; or the church of England justified in some practices,” Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“Anglix Notitia or the Present State of England with divers reflections upon the ancient state thereof,” Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“Gulielmi Ducis Novicastrensis vita,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“In quatuor meteorum Aristotelis librum commentaria,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Codrington, Christopher a brave soldier and a distinguished benefactor to All Souls college

Born: Coram, Capt. Thomas an eminent philanthropist

“Poesies Chretiennes,” Cotin, Charles a member of the French academy

“The Church History of Britanny,” Cressey, Hugh-Paulin a celebrated popish writer

“In lethargum febri supervenientem acutæ, Commentarii duo,” Crispus, Anthony a divine and physician

“A Discourse shewing the many advantages, which will accrue to this kingdom by the abatement of usury. Together with the absolute necessity of reducing interest of money to the lowest rate it bears in other countries,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“A Tract against the high rate of Usury, presented to the parliament in 1623,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

Died: Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

Born: Duche De Vancy, Joseph Francis born at Paris

Born: Estcourt, Richard well known both as an actor and a writer

Born: Fabre, John Claudius a voluminous French writer

Born: Fabricius, John Albert one of the most eminenjt and laborious scholars of his time in Europe

“Responsio ad Objectiones Vincentianas,” Ferrier, John a French Jesuit

Died: Foulon, John Erard a German divine and historian

“Plus Ultra, or the Progress and Advancement of Knowledge since the days of Aristotle, in an account of some of the most remarkable late improvements of practical useful learning, to encourage philosophical endeavours, occasioned by a conference with one of the notional way,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“A Blow at Modern Sadducism,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“Palpable Evidence of Spirits and Witchcraft,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“A Whip for the Droll Fidler to the Atheist,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Born: Goetze, George Henry a learned and zealous Lutheran

“ProdromusObservationum suarum circa partes gemtales in utroque sexu,” Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

“A Treatise on the blessedness of the righteous,” Howe, John a learned non-conformist divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Hubner, John a native of Lusatia

Born: Juncker, Christian was born Oct. 16

“Bibliotheca juris canonici veteris,” Justel, Christopher counsellor and secretary to the French king

“Measures” Laboureur, John Le a French historian and antiquary

“Acts of the Saints of the order of Benedictines;” Mabillon, John a very learned French writer

Born: Maittaire, Michael an eminent classical editor

Born: Michaelis, John Henry a learned orientalist

“An Abridgment of Geography,” Moses, Cflorenensis a celebrated Armenian archbishop

“Chronicle” Nestor, A Monk Of The Convent Of Petchersti At Kiof In Russia, Whose Secular Name Is Not Known was born in 1056

“The Isle of Pines: or a late discovery of a fourth island near Terra australis incognita, by Hen. Cornelius Van Sloetten,” Nevile, Henry a republican writer

“Studiosis sanctarum scripturarum Biblia Sacra in lectiones ad singulos dies, per legem, prophetas, et evangelium distributa, et 529 carminibus mnemonicis comprehensa,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“Motifs de reunion a l‘eglise catholique, presentes a ceux de la religion pretendue-reforme*e de France, avec un avertissement sur la reponse d’un ministre a Poffice du saint Sacrement,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“Exposition of the Ten Commandments,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Observationes in optimos auctores Graccos,” Paulmier De Grentesmenil, James Le more commonly known to the learned by his Latinized name 1Dupin

“Rhonius’s Algebra,” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

“Index Scriptorum, qui in Hesychii Graeco vocabulario laudantur, confectus et alphabetico ordine dispositus,” Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Born: Reeves, William an English divine

Died: Sacchi, Andrea an illustrious Italian painter

“Balliofergus, or a commentary upon the foundation, founders, and affairs of Balliol college,” Savage, Henry an English divine

Born: Smith, Edmund one of those writers who

Died: Waller, Sir William an eminent parliamentary general

1669

Died: Aitzema, Leo D' a gentleman of Frizeland

Born: Alghizi, Thomas a very celebrated lithotomist

Died: Allatius, Leo keeper of the Vatican library

Born: Amman, John Conrad a Swiss physician

“De magia et maleficiis” Anania, John D' was a lawyer of much reputation in the fifteenth century

Died: Anslo, Reiner a Dutch poet of considerable celebrity in his own country

Born: Anstis, John a learned heraldic writer

Born: Archinto, Count Charles the son of the senator Philip Archinto

“Sighs and Ejaculations,” Atkyns, Richard a typographical author

Born: Baglivi, George an eminent Italian physician

“Systema generale philosophise,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“Antiquitates Ecclesise,” Bebele, Balthazar a Lutheran divine

“Physica subterranea,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

“Observationes miscellanei” Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

Died: Berretini, Pietro

“De ortu et natura Sanguinis,” Betts, John an eminent physician in the seventeenth century

“Institutionum Chronologicarum libri duo, una cum totidem Arithmetices Chronoiogicae libellis,” Beveridge, William a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“Commentari sopra Cornelio Tacito,” Boccalini, Trajan a satirical wit

Born: Boonen, Arnold a portrait-painter

“Life and death of Alice dutchess Dudley,” Boreman, Robert a pious and learned divine of the seventeenth century

Died: Bourignon, Antoinette a famous female enthusiast

“A, Gold Chain of directions with twenty Gold Links of love to preserve firm love between husband and wife,” Bourne, Immanuel the son of a clergyman

Died: Byam, Henry a learned preacher and loyalist in the seventeenth century

“A Letter of Meric Casaubon, D.D. &c. to Peter du Moulin, I). D. &c. concerning natural experimental philosophy, and some books lately set out about it,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“The question of Witchcraft debated; or a discourse against their opinion, that affirm witches,” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Memoirs of his Negociations” Castelnau, Michel De a French nobleman of high character and abilities

Died: Chambre, Marin Cureau De La a native of Mans

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

“A translation i'roni the French, of the Jesuits’ intrigues; with the private instructions of that society to their emissaries,” Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

Born: Congreve, William an English dramatic writer and poet

Died: Crayer, Gaspar De an eminent artist

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

Died: Dieteric, John Conrad the son of John Conrad

Born: Dryden, Erasmus Henry Dryden’s third son

Died: Escobar, Anthony surnamed of Mendoza

“Compendium Theologiae dogmaticum,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

Died: Ferrari, Francis Bernardine of the same family with the former

Died: Ferri, Paul in Latin Ferrius

Born: Folard, Charles an eminent French officer and author

“The true Idea of Jansenism,” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

Born: Gibson, Edmund bishop of London

“Julius Secundus,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

“A Discourse, setting forth the unhappy condition of the practice of Physic in London,” Goddard, Jonathan an English physician and chemist

Died: Graunt, John the celebrated author of the " Observations on the Bills of Mortality

“Historiae Ecclesiasticoe & Civilis Pars I.” Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Quadratura Circuli, cubatio sphaerse, duplicatio cubi; una cum responsione ad objectiones geometriae professoris Saviliani Oxoniae editas anno 1669.” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The Elements of Speech; an essay of inquiry into the natural production of letters: with an appendix concerning persons that are deaf and dumb,” Holder, William a learned English philosopher

Born: Huber, Zacharias son of the former

Died: Jenkins, Sir Leoline a learned civilian and able statesman

Born: King, Peter chancellor of England

“Ars sciendi combinatorial,” Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

“Histoire de l'Eucharistie,” Larroque, Matthew De in Latin Larroquanus

“Contemplations on Mortality, &c.” Lee, Samuel an English nonconformist divine

“Tractatus de Corde, item de motu et calore Sanguinis, et Chyli in eum transitu,” Lower, Richard an eminent physician and anatomist

“Bibliotheca Interpretum ad universam summam D. Thomae,” Mariales, Xantes a laborious Dominican

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

“Oratio panegyrica” Mill, John the learned editor of the Greek Testament

“School-Pastime for young Children,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Art of practical Gauging,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Observations and advices Œconomical,” North, Dudley Fourth Lord son of the preceding

“Insolence and Impudence triumphant,” Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

Died: Pepys, Samuel secretary to the admiralty in the reigns of Charles II. and James II. and an eminent benefactor to the literature of his country

Died: Perizonius, James a learned German

“Sacrarum profanarumque phrasium poeticarum Thesaurus,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“Synopsis Criticorum,” Pool, Matthew a learned Nonconformist

Died: Prynne, William an English lawyer

“Perroniana,” Puy, Peter Du a learned French historian

Died: Quistorp, John a German Lutheran divine and professor

“Apopompaeus,” Raynaud, Theophilus a celebrated Jesuit

Born: Rousseau, John Baptist a celebrated French poet

Died: Sallo, Denis De a French writer

“Nucleus Historiae Ecclesiasticae,” Sandius, Christopher or

“Ars Nova et Magna Gravitatis et Levitatis,” Sinclare, George professor of philosophy in the university of Glasgow in the seventeenth century

Died: Somner, William an eminent English antiquary

“Hero and Leander,” Stapleton, Sir Robert a dramatic poet

Died: Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

Born: Sturmius, Leonard Christopher son of the preceding

“General History of Insects,” Swammerdam, John an eminent naturalist and anatomist

“The doctrine of the three sacred persons of the Trinity,” Tate, Nahum *a well known Psalmodist

Born: Terrasson, Matthew an eminent advocate to the parliament of Paris

Born: Toland, John an English writer

Born: Trenchard, John an English political writer

“L'Histoire geneologique cle la Noblesse de Touraine,” Tristan L'Hermite, Francis a French poet and dramatic writer

Born: Vaillant, Sebastian a distinguished botanist

“De Epigrammate,” Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

Born: Winslow, James Benignus a skilful anatomist who settled in France

Born: Woolston, Thomas an English divine

Born: Zeno, Apostolo a learned poet

1670

Died: Adams, Thomas brother to the above

Died: Airay, Christopher vicar of Milford in Hampshire

Born: Aland, Sir John Fortescue lord Fortescue of the kingdom of Ireland

“Pater Noster,” Annand, William dean of Edinburgh in Scotland

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

“De bragardissima villa de Soleriis, &c.” Arena, Anthony D' a lawyer and macaronic poet in the sixteenth century

“Works of St. Theresa,” Arnauld D'Andilli, Robert eldest son of the preceding

“Notae ad Jo. Eph. Wagenseilii commentarium in Sotam,” Arnold, Christopher a learned writer of Nuremberg

Born: Audran, Louis the last son of Germain Audran

“Peinture poctique des tableaux de mignature de M. Quinot, faits par Joseph de Werner.” Bahier, John a French Latin poet

Died: Balthasar, Christopher a man of great learning and merit

“A remembrancer of Excellent Men,” Barksdale, Clement a biographical and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Beau, John Baptiste Le a learned French Jesuit

“Historical applications and occasional meditations upon several subjects. Written by a person of honour,” Berkeley, George Earl Of descended in a direct line from Robert Fitzharding

Born: Bertrand, John Baptist a French physician

Died: Blankof, John Teunisz a painter of great abilities

“Posthumous Works” Boileau, Gilles the eldest brother of Boileau Despreaux

Born: Bonjour, William a learned Augustin

“Meteorologia Ætnea,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“Latham Spaw in Lancashire: with some remarkable cases and cures effected by it,” Borlace, Dr. Edmund son of sir John Borlace

Born: Bos, Lambert a learned philologist

Born: Bott, John De an architect

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

“Philippi Labbe et P. Brietii concordia chronologica,” Briet, Philip an able French geographer

Died: Carpentier, John Le a native of Abscons in Ostrevant

Died: Castiglione, John Benedict called Grechktto

“Balaam’s Wish,” Cawton, Thomas son of the above

Born: Cerceau, John Antony Du a French Jesuit

Died: Childrey, Joshua a divine and natural philosopher

Died: Craig, Nicholas Cragius

“The necessity of abating Usury, re-asserted,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

Died: Davenport, John elder brother of Christopher just mentioned

Born: Daubuz, Charles a learned French protestant divine

“Letters,” Daumius, Christian an eminent classical and philological scholar

Born: Dubos, John Baptist an eminent French writer and critic

Born: Duker, Charles Andrew an eminent classical editor

Died: Estrees, Francis Annibal D' duke

“The sixth of December, 1631, being in the gulph of Volo riding at anchor about ten of the clock that night, it began to rain sand or ashes, and continued till two of the clock the next morning. It was about two inches thick on the deck, so that we cast it overboard with shovels, as we did snow the day before: the quantity of a bushel we brought home, and presented to several friends, especially to the masters of Trinity-house. There were in our company capt. John Wilds, commander of the Dragon, and capt. Anthony Watts, commander of the Elizabeth and Dorcas. There was no wind stirring when these ashes fell: it did not fall only in the places where we were, but likewise in other parts, as ships were coming from St. John d'Acre to our port, they being at that time an hundred leagues from us. We compared the ashes together, and found them both one. If you desire to see the ashes, let me know.” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“Analecta de re vestiaria, sive exercitcQiies ad Alberti Rubenii Commentarium de re vestiaria dato clavo. Accessit Dissertatio de veterum lucernis sepvhralibus,” Ferrari, Octavius of the same family with the famer

Born: Fitzjames, James duke of Berwick

Born: Fouillou, James a celebrated licentiate of the Sorbonne

“The Principles and Practices of certain moderate divines of the Church of England, abusively called Latitudinarians, greatly misunderstood, truly represented and defended,” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

Died: Gardiner, Richard an English divine

“Antidote against errour concerning Justification,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

Died: Ghilini, Jerome an Italian writer

“The Plus Ultra reduced to a Nonplus,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“Commercium Epistolicum.” Gregory, James the first of an eminent family of learned men in Scotland

“The Remains of sir Fulk Greville, lord Brooke; being poems of Monarchy and Religion, never before printed,” Greville, Fulk lord Brooke

“Macrobius, cum notis variorum,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Les Arts de l‘homme d’Epee, ou Dietionnaire du Genlilhomme,” Guillet, De Saint George, Guy a French historian

Died: Hacket, John bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

“De ratione studiorum opuscula aurea,” Heidegger, John Henry a protestant divine of Switzerland

“De peregrinationibus religiosis,” Heidegger, John Henry a protestant divine of Switzerland

Died: Helst, Bartholomew Vander a Dutch artist

“De statu Ecclesiarum Augustanae confessionis in Polonia,” Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

Born: Higgons, Bevil younger son of sir Thomas

“A Letter to William duke of Newcastle, concerning the Controversy had with Dr. Laney, bishop of Ely, about Liberty and Necessity,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Died: Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

Born: Hornius, George an historian in the 17th century

“De l'Origine des Romans,” Huet, Peter Daniel bishop of Avranches in France

Died: Jacob, Lewis an industrious French author and bibliographer

“The Roman Empress,” Joyner, William second son of William

“Treatise, of Devotion.” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Born: Kuster, Ludolf a learned critic

Born: Lhuyd, Edward an eminent antiquary

“Reductio litium de libero arbitrio, proedestinatione, et reprobatione ad arbitrium boni viri,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Syntagmata linguarum Georgia,” Maggi, Jerome an ingenious and learned man of the sixteenth century

Born: Mailla, Joseph-Anne-Marie De Moyriac De a learned Jesuit

Born: Mandeville, Bernard De an author of temporary celebrity in the last century for his writings

“History of the late wars of Denmark,” Manley, De La Riviere an English lady

Died: Maplet, John a physician and scholar

Died: Mennes, Sir John, a celebrated seaman

“De Praesumptionibus,” Menochius, James a native of Pavia

Died: More, Alexander a preacher of some celebrity among the French protestants

“Letter to Anne Duchess oF York, some few months before her death,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

Born: Netscher, Constantine another son of Gaspard

“Limnoeus enucleatus,” Oldenburger, Philip Andrew an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva

“Truth and Innocence vindicated.” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“Discours du Mouvement Local,” Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

“Toleration discussed,” Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

Died: Paulmier De Grentesmenil, James Le more commonly known to the learned by his Latinized name 1Dupin

Died: Penn, William afterwards sir William Penn

Died: Perefixe, Hardouin De Beaumont De a celebrated archbishop of Paris

“De Togatorum Valetudine tuenda Commentarius,” Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

Died: Przipcovius, Samuel a Polish knight

“Britannicus,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Synopsis Chronologiae Biblicae,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Orbis Hieraticus Levitarum, &c.” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“Catalogue of English Plants” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

“The present State of the Ottoman Empire, in three books; containing the Maxims of the Turkish Politic, their Religion, and Military Discipline,” Ricaut, Sir Paul an English traveller

“Respublica Literaria,” Saavedra-Faxardo, Diego De a Spanish political and moral writer

Died: St. Pavin, Dennis Sanguin De a French poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Smith, Joseph younger brother of the preceding Dr

“Scientia Cosmica,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

Born: Terrasson, John brother to the preceding

Born: Thomas, William born in 1670

“A Discourse of the Forbearance of the Penalties, which a due Reformation requires,” Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“Origines Ecclesiae, seu de ratione ac jure finiendi Controversias Ecclesise,” Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Thysius, Antony a celebrated Dutch philologer

“Appian,” Tollius, James a physician and very learned man

Died: Ughelli, Ferdinand an ecclesiastical historian

Born: Upton, James a classical scholar and editor

“Vesaliae Clivorum,” Vegetius, Flavius Renatus an ancient Latin writer

“Fire and Brimstone,” Vincent, Thomas a nonconformist divine of great popularity

“Philosophical Transactions” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Died: Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

“Affectionum quae dicuntur hystericae & hypochondriacae Pathologia spasmodica, vindicata contra responsionem Epistolarem Nath. Highmore, M. D.” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

1671

“Poesie postume,” Abati, Antony an Italian poet of the 17th century (15901667)

“West Barbary, or a short narrative of the revolutions of Fez and Morocco,” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

Born: Adlerfeldt, Gustavus born near Stockholm in 1671

“Nobiliare du Dauphiné” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

“Delia gravita dell' Aria e Fluidi, Dialogi V.” Angelis, Stephen De an Italian mathematician

“Consultations,” Anselme, Antony of Antwerp

“Directions concerning the matter and style of Sermons,” Arderne, James an English divine

Died: Bagshaw, Edward son of the preceding

“Experimentum Chymicum novum,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

“Voyages de Francois Bernier, &c.” Bernier, Francis was distinguished in the brilliant age of Louis XIV. as a philosopher and traveller

Born: Blondel, Laurence who was born at Paris in 1671

“Recherches et observations naturelles,” Boccone, Paolo an ingenious naturalist

“Rerum Liturgicarum, Lib. duo,” Bona, John an eminent cardinal of the church of Rome

“J. D. Turqueti de Mayerne, de Arthritide,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Refutation du catechisme de Paul Ferri.” Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

“Les Entretiens d‘Ariste et d’Eugene,” Bouhours, Dominick a celebrated French critic

Born: Boulter, Hugh archbishop of Armagh

Died: Bourdon, Sebastian a very celebrated French painter

“Of the proper study of sovereigns,” Boursault, Edmund a French dramatic writer and satirist

“Defense de l'église Romaine,” Brebeuf, George De a French poet

Born: Brossette, Claude of France

“Jus imaginis apud Anglos, or the Law of England relating to the Nobility and Gentry,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“An Abridgment of Divinity,” Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

Born: Burman, Francis one of the sons of the preceding

“Memoires de Ville Tranche en Beaujolais,” Bussieres, John De a French Jesuit

Born: Calamy, Edmund a very eminent divine among the nonconformists

Born: Capperonnier, Claude an eminent classical scholar and Greek professor

Died: Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“An academy or college, wherein young ladies or gentlewomen may, at a very moderate expence, be educated in the true protestant religion, and in all virtuous qualities that may adorn that sex, &c.” Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“De Scorbuto Liber singularis. Cui accessit Epiphonema in Medicastros,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

Born: Cheyne, George a physician of considerable eminence and singular character

Born: Cibber, Colley poet-laureat to George II. and a dramatic writer of considerable genius

Born: Cooper, Anthony Ashley earl of Shaftesbury

Born: Crebillon, Prosper Joliot De who has been called the Æsehvlus of France

“Brief Survey of the growth of Usury in England, with the mischiefs attending it,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“Humble proposal for the relief of Debtors, and speedy payment of their Creditors,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“Several Objections against the Reducement of Interest, propounded in a letter, with the answer thereto,” Culpeper, Sir Thomas second son of sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne

“De cultibus Latinorum religiosis Libri Novem,” Daille, John a minister of the church of Paris

Born: Danchet, Anthony a French poet

Born: Dawes, Sir William archbishop of York

“Antiquitates Biblicue, in quibus decreta, prophetiae, sermones, consuetudincs, ritusque ac dicta veteris Testamenti de rebus Judaeorum et Gentilium, qua sacris, qua profanis, expenduntur; ex editione Joannis-Justi Pistorii,” Dieteric, John Conrad the son of John Conrad

Died: Dodsworth, Roger an eminent antiquary

“Synopsis Conciliorum et Chrono* logia Patrum, Pontificum, Imperatorum,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Panegyrique duRoy,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“La Clef du grand Pouille de France,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Specimen Juris Canonici apud Gallos usu recepti,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Some Observations upon the Answer to an Enquiry into the Grounds and Occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy: with some additions. In a second letter to R. L.” Eachard, John master of Catharine-hall

Born: Echard, Laurence a clergyman

Born: Falconet, Camille born at Lyons in 1671

Born: Fiddes, Richard an English divine

“The Design of Christianity or, a plain demonstration and improvement of this proposition, viz. that the enduing men with inward real righteousness and true holiness, was the ultimate end of our Saviour’s coming into the world, and is the great intendment of his blessed Gospel,” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Historia animalium,” Frantius, Wolfgang a Lutheran divine

“Theophilus, or a Discourse of the Saints’ amity with God in Christ,” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

“The Life and death of Thomas Tregosse, minister of the gospel at Milar and Mabe in Cbrnwal, with his Character,” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

“Opuscula Mythologica Ethica et Physica, Gr. & Lat.” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“De jure Manium,” Gouthier, James in Latin Gu­Theriusi

Born: Grandlus, Gumo a philosopher and mathematician

Born: Gundling, Nicholas Jerome a German lawyer and historian

Died: Hanneken, Memnon a celebrated Lutheran divine

Died: Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Closet Prayer,” Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

“Rosetutn Geometricum, sive propositiones aliquoc frustra antehac tentatae, cum censura brevi doctrinae Wallisiamede motn,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

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

Born: Keill, John an eminent mathematician and philosopher

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

“Historia Romana,” Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

Born: Law, John usually known by the name of the projector (?–1729)

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

“Three Diatribes, or Discourses, of travel, money, and measuring, &c.” Leigh, Edward a learned theological writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Leo De St. John a French monk

Died: Leslie, Dr. John bishop of Cloghcr in Ireland

“A Speech delivered at the Visitation held in the diocese of Clogher, se.de vacant e, Sept. 27, 1671,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

Died: Mather, Samuel eldest son of the preceding

“Liber de Fabrica Triremium,” Meibomius, Marcus a very learned man

“Observations upon military and political Affairs, written by the honourable George Duke of Albemarle,” Monk, George duke of Albemarle

“Introduction to the art of Rhetoric,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“The art of Natural Arithmetic, in whole numbers, and fractions vulgar and decimal,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

“Opuscula,” Nogarola, Lewis a learned Italian

“The Prodromus to a Dissertation by Nich. Steno, concerning Solids naturally contained within Solids,” Oldenburg, Henry who wrote his name sometimes Grubendol

Died: Olearius, Adam a learned traveller

“Atrium Lingua? Sancta;,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

Born: Ousel, Philip a learned professor of divinity of the university of Francfort on the Oder

“A Defence and Continuation of Ecclesiastical Polity (against Dr. Owen),” Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

“Imperatorum Romanorum Numismata,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

“Christian Sacrifice; a treatise showing the necessity, end, and manner of receiving the Holy Communion, &c.” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Memoires pour servir a Phistoire naturelle des animaux,” Perrault, Claude an eminent French architect

“Monasticon Favershamiensis,” Philpot, John Somerset herald in the reign of James I. was a native of Folkstone

Died: Plempius, Vopiscus Fortunatus an eminent physician

“Berenice,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Excussio discussionis ineptse Abrahami Calovii,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

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

Born: Rostgaard, Frederick a learned Dane

“Logicse Artis Compendium,” Sanderson, Dr. Robert

“Fides Ecclesiae Orientalis, seu Gabrielis Metropolitae Philadelphiensis opuscula, cum interpretatione Latina et notis,” Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

“Etymologicon Linguae Anglicanse,” Skinner, Stephen an English antiquary

“Collection of Articles, Injunctions, Canons, Orders, Ordinances, &c.” Sparrow, Anthony a learned prelate

Born: Steele, Sir Richard the first of a class of writers called the British Essayists

Born: Struvius, Burcard Gotthelf one of the many sons of the preceding

Died: Tenison, Thomas a learned and worthy prelate

“Epistolae Itinerant, by Henninius, at Amsterdam, 1700, in 4to. It is said there are some useful and curious things in these epistles. Tollius was the editor of two ancient authors, of” Tollius, James a physician and very learned man

Born: Turretin, John Alphonsus the most celebrated of the family

Died: Vere, Sir Horace baron of Tilbury

“The Examinations of Faithful Commin and Thomas Heath,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“An endeavour to evince the certainty of Christian Faith in general, and of the Resurrection of Christ in particular.” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“The doctrine of contentment briefly explained, &c.” Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

Died: Wishart, George bishop of Edinburgh

Died: Worthington, Dr. John an excellent divine of the church of England

Born: Yalden, Thomas a divine and poet

1672

Born: Addison, Joseph son of Dr (16721719)

Died: Alard, Lambert son of the preceding

Born: Albert, Louis Joseph D' grandson of the constable de Luynes

“An Alarm tothe unconverted,” Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

“Christian Letters,” Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

“Cases of Conscience,” Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

“Remains, being a Collection of sundry Directions, Sermons, &c.” Allein, Joseph an English non-conformist divine

“Ratramne, ou Bernard, Pretre, du Corps et du Sang du Seigneur,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

Died: Andrada, Alphonsus D' a Spanish writer

“Mysterium Pietatis,” Annand, William dean of Edinburgh in Scotland

“Bibliotheca Hispana Nova,” Antonio, Nicholas a very learned and useful Spanish biographer

“De concordia ecclesiee occidentals et orientalis, in septem sacrauientorum adminjstratione,” Arcudio, Peter a Greek ecclesiastic of the isle of Corfou

“The Institution, Laws, and Ceremonies of the most noble Order of the Garter. Collected and digested into one body by Elias Ashmole, of the Middle Temple, esq. Windesore herald at arms. A work furnished with variety of matter relating to honour and noblesse” Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Born: Astori, John Anthony a learned Italian antiquary

Died: Aylmer, John was of a good family in Hampshire

Died: Balen, Hendrick Van an artist

Died: Barry, James lord Santry

“Symbola Heroica,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Patronus Bonce Fidei, &c.” Bayly, Lewis an English prelate

Born: Baynard, Anne a learned English lady

“Vite de pittori, scultori et architetti moderni,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

“Oxonii Encomium,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“Answer to Mr. Francis Bamph'eld’s Letter, in vindication of the Christian Sabbath against the Jewish,” Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Born: Bernardoni, Peter Antony an Italian poet

“Epistolae Joannis Kepleri, &c.” Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

Born: Bessel, Godfrey De a learned abbé of the convent of Benedictines of Gottvvich

Born: Bonneval, Claudius Alexander De count

Died: Bourne, Immanuel the son of a clergyman

“The Black Prince, a tragedy,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“Triphon, a tragedy,” Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

“An essay about the origin and virtue of Gems,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Sermons,” Boys, Edward a learned clergyman of the seventeenth century

“Parterre historique,” Bussieres, John De a French Jesuit

Born: Calmet, Augustine a learned Benedictine of the college of St

“Naphthali, seu colluctatio theologica de reditu decem tribuum, conversione Judaeorum et mens. Ezekielis,” Calvert, James the son of Robert Calvert

“A treatise proving Spirits, Witches, and supernatural operations by pregnant instances and evidences, &c.” Casaubon, Meric son of the preceding

“Primitive Christianity; or the Religion of the ancient Christians in the first ages of the Gospel,” Cave, William a very learned divine

Died: Chauncy, Sir Henry knt. author of the “Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire

Born: Chicoyneau, Francis counsellor of state

“De musica antiqua Graeca,” Chilmead, Edward an excellent Greek and Latin scholar and mathematician

“An Introduction to Logic,” Chouet, John Robert a learned philosopher

“Quis dives salvetur?” Clemens, Titus Flavius an eminent father of the church in the end of the second and beginning of the third century

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

“Christus Triumphans,” Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

Died: Cossart, Gabriel a learned Jesuit

“Collection of those Fathers who lived in the apostolic age;” Cotelerius, John Baptist of Sorbonne

“Byzantine History,” Cousin, Lewis president of the Mint

“Answer to part of Dr. Stillingfleet’s book, entitled Idolatry practised in the church of Rome,” Cressey, Hugh-Paulin a celebrated popish writer

“Fanaticism fanatically imputed to the Catholic Church by Dr. Stillingfleet, and the imputation refuted and retorted,” Cressey, Hugh-Paulin a celebrated popish writer

Died: Crighton, Robert bishop of Bath and Wells

Died: Crofton, Zachary a non-conformist divine

“De Legibus Naturae Disquisitio philosophica,” Cumberland, Richard a very learned divine

Died: Dacier, Andrew a French critic and philologer

Born: Dippel, John Conrad an author famous for his extravagancies

“Bonasus Vapulans or some castigations given to Mr. John Durel for fouling himself and others in his English and Latin book,” Durel, John a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“Patronus bonre fidei, in causa Puritanorum,” Durel, John a learned divine in the seventeenth century

“The Logiek Primer for the use of the Indians,” Eliot, John known by the title of the Apostle of the North American Indians

“Anthropometria, sive de mutua membrorum proportione, &c.” Elsholtz, John Sigismond an eminent Prussian botanist

Died: Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

Born: Feutsking, John Henry a Lutheran divine

Died: Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“Dirt wiped out; or, a manifest discovery of the gross ignorance, erroneousness, and most unchristian and wicked spirit of one John Bunyan, Lay-preacher in Bedford, c.” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Institutionum Medicarum Synopsis,” Franck De Franckenau, George an eminent Ger* man physician

“A System of Divinity,” Frassen, Claudius a learned Franciscan

Died: Fuller, Isaac was an English painter of some note in the reign of Charles II. but of his family or masters we have no account

“Paraboles Evangeliques,” Furetiere, Antony an ingenious and learned lawyer

Born: Fuzelier, Lewis a native of Paris

“The Anatomy of Infidelity, &c.” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

Born: Gale, Roger esq. F. R. and A. Ss. eldest son of the preceding

Born: Gamaches, Stephen Simon a writer of some eminence

Born: Geoffroi, Stephen Francis

“De naturae substantia energetica, seu de via vitae naturae ejusque tribus primis facultatibus,” Glisson, Francis an English physician

Died: Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

“Amst. 1670, 2 vols. 8vo. 3.” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Experimenta Magdeburgica,” Guericke, Otto counsellor to the elector of Brandenbourg

Born: Haynes, Hopton a strenuous advocate for Socinianism

“Sure Mercies of David,” Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

“Aoj/t*oXoyi sive, pestis nuperoe apud populum Londinensem grassantis narratio historica,” Hodges, Nathaniel an English physician

“Miraculum Naturae,” Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

Died: Jeune, John Le a celebrated French divine

“De Origine et Natura Christianismi ex mente Gentilium,” Kortholt, Christian a learned professor of divinity at Kiel

“Collection of the Councils,” Labbe, Philip a celebrated Jesuit

“Historia Galliarum sub Praefectis Prsetorii Galliarum,” Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

Died: Langbaine, Gerard son of the preceding

Born: Lederlin, John Henry an eminent Hebrew and Greek scholar and critic

“The Ruins of the Apostolical See,” Leti, Gregory a voluminous writer of history

“Clavis Grxca Nov. Test.” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

“A seasonable Discourse, shewing the necessity of maintaining the Established Religion in opposition to Popery,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“Schola Latinitatis, &c.” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

“The Rehearsal transprosed; or, animadversions on a late book, intituled, A preface, shewing what grounds there are of fears and jealousies of Popery, the second impression, with additions and amendments. London, printed by J. D. for the assigns of John Calvin and Theodore Beza, at the sign of the king’s indulgence, on the south side of the Lake Leman; and sold by N. Ponder in Chancery-lane,” Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

Died: Moine, Peter Le a French poet

“The Count of Pagan’s Method of delineating all manner of Fortifications from the exterior Polygon, reduced to English measure, and converted into Hercotectonick lines,” Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

Born: Motte, Anthony Houdart De La an ingenious French writer (16721731)

Born: Moyle, Walter, Esq.

Born: Muratori, Lewis Anthony a learned Italian antiquary

Born: Nesbit, Alexander was the youngest son of lord-president Nesbit

“Disputatio de Davidis et Salomonis Satellitio, Crethi et Plethi, ex libris Samuelis et Regum,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“Discours de la Connoissance des Betes,” Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

“Lettre d'un Philosophe a un Cartesien de ses amis,” Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

“Treatise” Parker, Samuel a man of some learning

Died: Patin, Guy a French physician

“Thesaurus Numismatum,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

“Devout Christian,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

Died: Patrix, Peter a French minor poet

“A Table of 10,000 square numbers,” Pell, John an eminent English mathematician

Born: Peter The Great czar of Russia

“A brief Historical Discourse of the original and growth of Heraldry, demonstrating upon what rational foundations that noble and heroic science is established,” Philpot, John Somerset herald in the reign of James I. was a native of Folkstone

“De Jure Naturae & Gentium,” Puffendorf, Samuel an eminent German civilian and historian

“Bajazet,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Nomenclator dassicus,” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

Born: Roque, Anthony De La a French poet

“De l‘Usage de l’Histoire,” St. Real, Cæsar Vichard De a polite French writer

Died: Senault, John Francis an eloquent French divine

“A philosophical essay of the productions of Stones in the earth, with relation to the causes and cure of stones in the bladder, &c.” Shirley, Thomas son of sir Thomas Shirley

“Cottoni Posthuma,” Sidney, Philip a very accomplished English gentleman

“Hydrostatics,” Sinclare, George professor of philosophy in the university of Glasgow in the seventeenth century

Born: Smalbroke, Richard bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

“De Obstinatione, opus posthumum, pietatem Christiano-Stoicam Scholastico more suadens.” Sterne, John a learned physician of Ireland

Born: Stock, Christian a celebrated scholar and Orientalist

“Miraculuai Naturae, seu, nteri rnuliebris fetbrica,” Swammerdam, John an eminent naturalist and anatomist

“Meditations,” Tate, Nahum *a well known Psalmodist

“Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands,” Temple, Sir William a very eminent statesman and writer

Died: Thorndike, Herbert a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Tillotson, John archbishop of Canterbury

Died: Turner, Thomas dean of Canterbury

“Epigrams” Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

“The Rehearsal,” Villiers, George duke of Buckingham

“Defense du Traite de M. le Prince de Conti centre la Comédie et les Spectacles,” Voisin, Joseph De an ingenious doctor

Born: Wasse, Joseph a very learned scholar

Died: Williams, Griffith bishop of Ossory

Died: Willughby, Francis a celebrated natural historian

“Love in a Wood, or St. James’s Park,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

1673

“Theological and Philosophical Miscellanies.” Afflitto, Matthew an eminent lawyer

“Zizime,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

“Paraenesis ad docentes occupata circa institutionum medicarum emendationem,” Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

“Histoire genealogique et chronologique de la maison de France, et des grands officiers de la couronne,” Anselme De St. Mary, Or Peter De Guibours commonly called father

“Bibliotheca Aprosiana” Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

Born: Argentre, Charles Duplessis D' bishop of Tulles

Born: Arndt, Charles [son of Joshua Arndt]

Born: Baan, Jacob De son of the above

Born: Banier, Anthony licentiate in laws

“Un traite de l'Egalite des deux sexes,” Barre, Francis Poullain De La was born July 1647

“Epistohe Chymicae,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

Died: Becker, Daniel was born at Konigsberg in 1627

“Fragmenta vestigii veteris Romae, ex lapidibus Farnesianis,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

“Oxonii Elogia,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“Magia Caelestis,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“Echo veridica joco-seria,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

“De celeberrima et florentiss. Trinobantiados Augustoe Civ. Praetori, reg. senatui populoque,” Bendlowes, Edward a poet of considerable note in his day

Born: Bennet, Dr. Thomas an eminent divine in the eighteenth century

Died: Berni, Count Francis a lawyer

Born: Biacca, Francis Maria an Italian scholar of the last century

Born: Boehm, Anthony William minister of the German chapel at St

“Metaphysica,” Boehm, Andrew privy- counsellor of the landgrave of Hesse

“Ragionamenti Spiritual!,” Borromeo, Frederic cousin german to the preceding

Born: Bouhier, John president a mortier of the parliament of Dijon

“The excellency of theology compared with natural philosophy,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

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

“Jus Sigilli; or the law of England touching the four principal Seals, the great seal, privy seal, exchequer seal, and the signet; also those grand officers to whose custody those seals are committed,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“Speculum Juris Anglicani; or a view of the Laws of England, as they are divided into statutes, common-law, and customs,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“Thesaurus medicinse practice,” Burnet, Dr. Thomas a physician of Scotland

Born: Cantemir, Demetrius of an illustrious family in Tartary

Born: Carusius, John Baptist a learned historiographer of Palermo

“Answer to five captious questions, propounded by a factor for the Papacy,” Cary, Lucius eldest son of the preceding

“Pharmacopeia,” Charas, Moses a skilful apothecary

“Practical Discourse of God’s Sovereignty,” Coles, Elisha uncle to the preceding

Died: Coligni, Henrietta countess de la Suze

“England’s Appeal from the private Cabal at Whitehall to the great Council of the nation, the Lords and Commons in parliament assembled,” Coventry, William youngest son of the preceding

“Question, Why are you a Catholic? Question, Why are you a Protestant?” Cressey, Hugh-Paulin a celebrated popish writer

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

Died: Does, Jacob Vander first of this family of artists

Born: Elstob, William a divine and antiquary (16731714)

Born: Eryceira, Francis Xavier De Meneses, Count D' great grandson of the foregoing

Born: Ettmuller, Michael Ernest a physician

“Of gardens, four books, first written in Latin verse, by Renatus Rapinus; and now made English by John Evelyn, esq.” Evelyn, John third son of the former

Born: Feller, Joachim Frederic the son of the preceding

“Fabulse ex Locmanis Arabico-Latinis versibus redditae,” Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“Appendix to the Life of Edmund Stunton, D. D. wherein some passages are further cleared, which were not fully held forth by the former authors,” Fulman, William an English antiquary

“A Discourse of Christ’s coming, &c.” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

“Idea Theologiae tarn contemplative quam activoe, ad formam S. S. delineata,” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

“Mercator,” Garnier, John a Jesuit

“An Answer to five captious questions propounded by a Factor for the Papacy, by parallel questions and positive resolutions,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

Born: Gayot De Pitaval, Francis a French author

Died: Golius, Peter brother to the preceding

Died: Graaf, Regnier De a celebrated physician

“Historia naturee variis expe*­rimentis elucidata,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Seneca cum Notis Variorum,” Gronovius, John Frederic an eminent civilian

Born: Guay-Trouin, Rene Du a French naval officer

“Nouvelle Methode en Geometric pour les sections des superficies coniques & cylindriques,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“Satires of Juvenal illustrated, with notes and sculptures,” Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

Died: Hyde, Edward earl of Clarendon

Died: Kaempfer, Engelbert an eminent traveller

“De Divisione Majestatis,” Kaempfer, Engelbert an eminent traveller

Born: Keill, James an eminent physician of the mathematical sect

Born: Kerkherdere, John Gerard a learned professor of the university of Louvain

“A genealogical History of the House of St. Colombe,” Laboureur, John Le a French historian and antiquary

“E'tnchus Antiquitaturn Albionensium,” Langhorne, Daniel an English antiquary

“A reasonable Defence of the Seasonable Discourse,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“The difference between the Church and the Court of Rome considered,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“Melothesia,” Lock, Matthew an eminent English musical composer in the time of Charles II. was a native of Exeter

“Calvinus redivivus, or Conformity to the Church of England, in doctrine, government, and worship, persuaded by Mr. Calvin,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

Died: Marchetti, Peter De a physician

Born: Mead, Richard a most distinguished physician

“De transmutationemetallorum,” Morhof, Daniel George a very learned German

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

Born: Oldmixon, John ridiculed in the Taller by the name of Mr

Born: Oudin, Francis a learned French Jesuit

“Methode Generale pour tracer des Cadrans sur toutes sortes de plans,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

“La Statique ou la Science des Forces Mouvantes,” Pardies, Ignatius Gaston an ingenious French mathematician and philosopher

“Practica delle Medaglie,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

Born: Peirce, James an eminent dissenting minister

“A world of Errors discovered in the New World of Words,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Born: Picart, Bernard a famous engraver

“Roman Laws,” Pithou, Francis advocate to the parliament of Paris

Died: Pomey, Francis a Jesuit

“Catena of the Greek Fathers on St. Mark,” Poussines, Peter in Latin Possinus (16091686)

“De officio Hominis & Civis juxta legem naturalem,” Puffendorf, Samuel an eminent German civilian and historian

Died: Pynaker, Adam a celebrated painter of landscapes

“Mithridates,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Disputatio Chronologica de plenitudine temporis Christi in came a priori deducta,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

“The True way to the Tree of Life,” Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

Born: Rowe, Nicolas an eminent dramatic poet

“Edgar,” Rymer, Thomas an antiquary and critic

Born: Saxi an ecclesiastical historian

“Templum honoris reseratum, in quo quinquagVnta illustrium hujus at-vi orthodoxorum theologarum, pbilologorumque imagines exhibentur,” Spizklius, Theophilus a learned Lutheran divine

“Felix Litteratus,” Spizklius, Theophilus a learned Lutheran divine

Born: Stanhope, James First Earl was descended from an ancient and honourable family of that name

Born: Tooke, Andrew a learned English schoolmaster

“Enchiridion didacticum, cum appendice de coena Domini, expositione Symboli apostolici et orationis Dominica;,” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

“Theodoreti et Evagrii historia ecclesiastica, item excerpta & historia ecclesiastica Philostorgii,” Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

Died: Venning, Ralph a nonconformist divine

“A Defence of the Royal Society, and the Philosophical Transactions, particularly those of July 1670, in answer to the Cavils of Dr. William Holder,” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

“Mechanic, sive de motu tractatus geometric us.” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Died: Wharton, Thomas an eminent English physician

Born: Wilcocks, Joseph a late amiable and ingenious writer (?–1791)

“The Gentleman-Dancing-Master,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

“La Vita quadragesimale,” Zacchias, Paul physician to pope Innocent X. was born in 1584

1674

“Iter Poeticum,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Dissertatio de Trisagii origine,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Archaeas syncopticus, Eccardi Leichneri, &c. oppositus,” Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

Born: Anderson, John a learned German

Died: Arnauld D'Andilli, Robert eldest son of the preceding

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

“Petri Castellani vita, auctore Petro Gallandio,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

Born: Barbeyrac, John nephew of the preceding

Died: Baron, Vincent a learned father of the Romish church

“De naturae mirabilibus, quoestiones academics:,” Bartholine, Erasmus one of the sons of Caspar

Born: Beaufils, William a Jesuit

Born: Bennet, Benjamin a dissenting minister of considerable note in the beginning of the last century

Born: Biscioni, Anthony Maria a celebrated Italian scholar of the last century

Born: Blackwall, Anthony a native of Derbyshire

“Annotationes in Hippolytum a Lapide,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Boehmer, Justin Henning a very celebrated German lawyer

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

“Hermetis Ægyptiorum et Chemicorum sapientia, ab H. Conringio vindicata,” Borrichius a very learned physician

“Parallel, or comparison betwixt the principles of Aristotle’s natural philosophy, and those of Des Cartes,” Bossu, Rene Le a distinguished French critic

“Recueil des Privileges de PUniversite de Paris accordes par les rois de France depuis sa fondation., &c.” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

Died: Boullongne, Louis De the elder

“A collection of tracts upon the saltness of the sea, the moisture of the air, the natural and preternatural state of bodies; to which is prefixed a dialogue concerning cold,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“A collection of tracts, containing suspicions about hidden qualities of the air; with an appendix touching celestial magnets; animadversions upon Mr. Hobbes’s problem about a vacuum; a discourse of the cause of attraction and suction,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

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

“Tabulae Ecclesiastics,” Cave, William a very learned divine

Died: Champagne, Philip De a celebrated painter

Died: Chapelain, John a celebrated French poet

“Natural History of the Passions,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“Anthologia Historica containing fourteen centuries of memorable passages, and remarkable occurrences, &c.” Chetwynd, John was the son of Dr

“Theses Physicae de varia Astrorum luce,” Chouet, John Robert a learned philosopher

“The Complete English Schoolmaster or, the most natural and easy method of spelling and reading English, according to the present proper pronunciation of the language in Oxford and London, &c.” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

“The newest, plainest, and shortest Short-hand; containing, first, a brief account of the short-hand already extant, with their alphabets and fundamental rules. Secondly, a plain and easy method for beginners, less burdensome to the memory than any other. Thirdly, a v new invention for contracting words, with special rules for contracting sentences, and other ingenious fancies, &c.” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

“Companion to the Temple;” Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

Died: Douw, Gerhard an eminent artist

“Holy rules and helps to devotion, both in prayer and practice, in two parts,” Duppa, Brian a learned English bishop

Born: Eccard, John George a German historian and antiquary

Died: Eeckhout, Gerbrant Vander another artist

“Ca^ techism,” Ellis, Clement an English divine

“The vanity of Scoffing-, in a letter to a witty gentleman,” Ellis, Clement an English divine

“Distillatoria curiosa,” Elsholtz, John Sigismond an eminent Prussian botanist

“Historia et -Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“The Vanity of Scoffing: in a letter to a gentleman,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

Died: Ferrier, John a French Jesuit

Died: Flavigni, Valerian De a learned doctor of the house and society of the Sorbonne

Born: Fortiguerra, Nicolas a learned Italian prelate and poet

“A Sermon, entitled, Wherein the Love of the World is inconsistent with the Love of God,” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

“Quinto libro de gli Elementi d' Euclidi,” Galilei, Galileo the celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Died: Gallucci, Angelo an Italian Jesuit

“The Papists’ bait; or their usual method in gaining proselytes answered,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

“A Journal (in German) of the embassy to the Porte,” Gerlach, Stephen a Lutheran divine

Born: Gibbs, James an eminent architect

Born: Gilbert, Sir Jeffray knt. lord chief baron of the exchequer

“The Orphan’s Legacy, &c. treating of last wills and testaments,” Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

Died: Gomberville, Marin Le Roi Sieurde

Born: Halde, John Baptist Du the historian of China

Born: Halyburton, Thomas a pious Scotch divine

Died: Hildersham, Arthur a very eminent and learned puritan divine

“the Academy of the Art of Wrestling,” Hoogue, Romain De a Dutch designer and engraver

“Observationes Anatomico-Medicce,” Hoorne, John Van a distinguished anatomist and physician

“Opera Medica” Horstius, Gregory also a learned physician

“Forty-six Sermons upon the whole eighth chapter of the Epistle to the Romans,” Horton, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

“A Treatise on delighting in God,” Howe, John a learned non-conformist divine in the seventeenth century

Born: Hutchinson, John an English autnor

Died: Hyde, Henry earl of Clarendon

Born: Janicon, Francis Michael a political writer of some note

Born: Kennet, Basil younger brother of the preceding

Born: Kolben, Peter a celebrated traveller

“Prodromus quinquennii mirabilis,” Kuhlman, Quirinus a celebrated fanatic

Born: Lenglet Du Fresnoy, Nicholas a voluminous French writer

“A Treatise on Moderation,” Lloyd, David a loyal biographer and historian of the seventeenth century

Born: Logan, James a polite scholar

“A Discourse upon the laws and customs of Scotland in matters criminal,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

“Christus Patiens;” Maittaire, Michael an eminent classical editor

“Search after Truth,” Malebranche, Nicolas a French philosopher

Born: Manfredi, Eustachio a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

“Tractatus quinque medicophysici, 1. de sale nitro, et spiritu nitro-aerio; 2. de re spiratione; 3. de respiratione foetus in utero, et ovo; 4. de motu musculari et spiritibus animalibus; 5. de Rachitide.” Mayow, John a very learned and ingenious physician of the seventeenth century

Born: Mencke, John Burcard the son of the preceding

Born: Mirabaud, John Baptist a learned man

Born: Mongault, Nicolas Hubert an ingenious and learned Frenchman

“The Art of Metals, in which is declared, the manner of their Generation, and the Concomitants of them, in two books, written in Spanish by Albaro Alonzo Barba, M. A. curate of St. Bernard’s parish, in the imperial city of Potosi, in the kingdom of Peru, in the West Indies, in. 1640; translated in 1669, by the right honourable Edward earl of Sandwich,” Montague, Edward eari of Sandwich

“Historical Dictionary,” Moreri, Lewis a French divine

Born: Nash, Richard, Esq. a very extraordinary personage

Died: North, Francis lord Guilford

“Synopsis Linguae Chaldaicae,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“Atriuu Accentuationis S. Scriptures Veteris Test. Hebraicae,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

Died: Pecquet, John a learned anatomist

Born: Petit, John Lewis a celebrated surgeon

“A Discourse concerning the use of Duplicate Proportion, together with a new hypothesis of springing or elastic Motions,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

Died: Pontault, Sebastian Beaulieu De an eminent French engineer

Born: Potter, John archbishop of Canterbury (16741747)

Born: Pyle, Thomas an English divine

Died: Rembrandt, Van Ryn an eminent painter and engraver

Born: Riccoboni, Louis a comic actor and writer

Born: Rowe, Elizabeth an English lady

Born: Ruddiman, Thomas a very eminent grammarian and critic

Died: Sadler, John an English writer

“Ceremonies et Coutumes qui s’observent aujourdui parmi les Juifs,” Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

Born: Tanner, Thomas an excellent antiquary

“Historia & antiquitates universitatis Oxoniensis.” Tillotson, John archbishop of Canterbury

“Justificatio Paulina sine Operibus, cum dissertat. ad Rom. vii. 14.” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

Died: Tulp, Nicholas an eminent physician

“Reflections on Aristotle’s poesy,” Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

Died: Vaughan, John lord chief justice of the commonpleas

“The History, &c. df the Loyal Formulary, or Irish Remonstrance, in 1661,” Walsh, Peter an Irish catholic of great learning liberality

Born: Watts, Isaac a very celebrated dissenter

“Characters of a sincere heart, and the comforts thereof,” Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

“Historia & Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis;” Wood, Anthony an eminent English antiquary and biographer

1675

Died: Achilles, Alexander a nobleman of Prussia

Died: Acuna, Christopher a Spanish Jesuit and missionary

“The present State of the Jews (more particularly relating to those in Barbary), wherein is contained an exact account of their customs secular and religious, &c.” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“Theatrum Funebre, exhibens epitaphia nova, antiqua, seria, jocosa,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Iter oratorium,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Eloges de des Adrets, Depuy-Montbrun, Colignon,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

Born: Andrew, Yves Mary a French Jesuit

Born: Angelis, Dominico De author of several pieces relating to the history of literature

Born: Avrigny, Hyacinth Richard a French historian

Born: Bagford, John an industrious antiquary and collector of literary curiosities

“Infunere Gabrielis Cossartii carmen,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Dissertationes de experientia et ratione conjnngenda in Physica, Medicina, et Chirurgia,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

Born: Benedict Xiv., Pope whose name was Prosper Lambertini

Born: Benzelius, Eric archbishop of Upsal

Died: Bering, Vitus a Latin poet

“Cours d' Architecture,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“De Alkali et Acidi insuificientia pro principiorum corporum naturalium. munere gerendo,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“Rohaulti tractatus physicus, e Gallico in Latinam versus,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Osservazione dell' ecclissi lunare, fatta in Roma,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Died: Boreman, Robert a pious and learned divine of the seventeenth century

“Cogitationes de variis linguae Latinas cetatibus,” Borrichius a very learned physician

Born: Bosch, Balthasar Vanden an artist

“Traité de poeme epique” Bossu, Rene Le a distinguished French critic

“Fondation de l'universite, &e,” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

“Some considerations about the reconeileableness of reason and religion. By T. E. a layman. To which is annexed, a discourse about the possibility of the Resurrection by Mr. Boyle,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Died: Bruin, John De professor of natural philosophy and mathematics at Utrecht

“Jus criminis, or an abridgment of the laws of treason, murther, conspiracies, poisonings, &c.” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“Heartsalve for a wounded Soul, &c.” Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Born: Carriera, Rosalba an eminent female artist

“Tavernier’s Voyages,” Chapuzeau, Samuel a protestant writer

“Delle, scene, e theatri opera posthuma,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Clarke, Dr. Samuel a very celebrated English divine

“Nolens Volens or, you shall make Latin, whether you will or no; containing the plainest directions that have been yet given upon that subject,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

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

“Commentaries of Blaise de Montluc,” Cotton, Charles an English poet

“Philosophical Collections.” Croune, William an eminent physician and benefactor to the science

Died: Dati, Charles professor of polite literature at Florence

“The Burnt Child dreads the Fire, or an examination of the merits of the Papists, relating to England, mostly from their own pens, in justification of the late act of parliament for preventing dangers which may happen from popish recusants,” Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Born: Desault, Peter a French physician

Born: Ditton, Humphrey an eminent mathematician

Born: Douglas, James an eminent physician

“Histoire du droit Canonique,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“The Baronage of England,” Dugdale, Sir William an eminent English antiquary and historian

“Terra: a philosophical discourse of earth, relating to the culture and improvement of it for vegetation, and the propagation of plants, &c. as it was presented to the royal society, April 29th, 1675,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

Died: Everdingen, Aldret Van the nephew of the former

Born: Fantoni, John a celebrated physician

“Commentary on the sum of St. Thomas,” Ferre, Vincent a Dominican

Died: Flameel, Bertholet a painter of historical subjects

Born: Freind, John a learned English physician

Died: Frenicle De Bessy, Bernard a celebrated French mathematician of the seventeenth century

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

“The Sicilian Muse,” Galeano, Joseph a physician of great repute at Palermo; and not for skill and learning in his profession only

“Liberat,” Garnier, John a Jesuit

“Examination of the case of the Quakers concerning Oaths, propounded by them, ann. f673, to the consideration of the king and both houses of parliament,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

“England’s Passing-Bell, a poem written soon after the year of the plague, the fire of London, and the Dutch war,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

Born: Graham, George clock and watch maker

“Dissertatio de carentia sensus et cognitionis in Brutis,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Supplementa lacunarum in ^nea Tactico, Dione Cassio, et Arriano,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

Born: Gros, Nicholas Le a learned French theologian

Born: Grosvenor, Benjamin a pious dissenting divine

“Lacedemone Ancienne et Nouvelle,” Guillet, De Saint George, Guy a French historian

“A Century of Sermons upon several remarkable subjects” Hacket, John bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

Born: Hedericus, Benjamin of Haiti

“Odyssey,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Hopkins, John another son of the bishop of Londonderry

“A choice and practical Exposition, upon the 4, 47, 51, and 63 Psalms,” Horton, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

Born: Hunter, Christopher an eminent physician and antiquary of Durham

Died: Jay, Gui Michel Le an advocate in the parliament of Paris (15881674)

Died: Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

“Notitia Provinciarum Imperil utriusque cum Notis,” Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

Born: Languet, John Baptist Joseph great grand nephew of the preceding

“Nero Emperor of Rome,” Lee, Nathaniel an English dramatic poet

“Nov. Test. Gracum,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Born: Lisle, William De son to the preceding

“Canones chronologici,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

Born: Maffei, Francis Scipio a celebrated Italian writer

“The protection with which his Gallic majesty honoured the French academy;” Monnoye, Bernard De La a learned French poet

Born: Newcomb, Thomas son of a worthy clergy

“Conjectures,” Obrecht, Ulric a learned German

“Thesaurus rerum publicarum totius orbis,” Oldenburger, Philip Andrew an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva

“Alcibiades” Otway, Thomas one of the first names in the English drama

“Suetonius ex Numismatibus illustratus,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

Born: Pengelly, Sir Thomas a learned judge

“The continued Gry of the oppressed for Justice; giving an account of the cruel and unjust proceedings against the persons and estates of many of the people called Quakers.” Penn, William the son of the preceding

“Theatrum Poetarum, or a compleat collection of the Poets, especially the most eminent of all ages, the Ancients distinguish't from the Moderns in their several alphabets. With some observations- and reflections upon many of them, particularly those of our own nation. Together with a prefatory discourse of the Poets and Poetry in general,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Born: Porée, Charles a zealous and learned Jesuit

“Elemens de Mathematiques.” Prestet, John, a priest of the oratory

“Iphigenia,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Triginta arcana Biblica contestantia aeram Christi anno mundi 4041, non 4000 ut Calovius docet,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Died: Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

Died: Roberval, Giles-Personne an eminent French mathematician

Died: Rohault, James a French philosopher

Died: Sackville, Charles sixth earl of Dorset and Middlesex

Born: St. Simon, Louis De Rouvroi, Duke Of a French wri* ter of memoirs

“Academia Todesca della architettura, scultura, e pittura, oderTeutsche academic der edlen banbild-rnahleren-kunste,” Sandrart, Joachim a German painter

Died: Saussay, Andrew Du doctor of law and divinity

Born: Say, Samuel a dissenting minister of considerable talents

Born: Scott, David was born near Haddington

“Discourses on Conscience.” Sharp, John a learned and worthy prelate

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

“Physica electiva, et Hypothetica,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“Cum notis & numismatibus a Carolo Patin,” Suetonius, Caius Suetonius Tranquillus an ancient historian and biographer

Born: Thomas, Elizabeth known to the world by the name of Corinna

Died: Tooke, George of Popes

“A Letter to Mr. Richard Baxter, &c.” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

“Notitia Galliarum, ordine alphabetico digesta,” Valesius, Adrian brother of Henry

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

1676

Born: Abel, Gaspar a native of Halberstadt

“Hortus variarum Inacriptionum veterum et novarum,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Abre‘ge’ de la foy et de la morale de l‘eglise, tiree de l’ecriture sainte,” Alexander, Noel, In Latin Natalis a learned ecclesiastical writer of the 17th century

Died: Alix, Peter a French writer of considerable spirit

“Character naturalis plantarum,” Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

“Truth unveiled, in behalf of the Church of England; being a vindication of Mr. John Standish’s sermon, preached before the king, and published by his majesty’s command,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

Born: Argota, Jerome Contador B' a learned Portuguese theatine monk

“Historical account of the City of Messina,” Baeli, Francis a native of Milazzo in Sicily

“The Anarchy of the Ranters and other Libertines, &e.” Barclay, Robert the celebrated apologist for the Quakers

“Theologia,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

“De Longobardis,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

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

“Panegyrici veteres, ad usum Delphmi,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Tractatus de Apoplexia,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“J. P. Bellorii nummus Antonini Pii de anni novi auspiciis explicatus,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

Born: Bertoli, John Dominick an Italian antiquary of the last century

“Resolution des quatre principaux problemes d' Architecture,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“Historia Belli Sueco-Danici annis 1643 1645,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Boindin, Nicholas born at Paris in 1676

Died: Bond, John LL. D. was the son of Dennis Bond

Born: Boston, Thomas a popular and learned Scotch divine

“Ophthalmographia” Briggs, William an eminent physician

Died: Cano, Alfonso a Spanish artist

Born: Cases, Peter James a painter

Died: Chauveau, Francis a painter

“Essay on the Composition of a Sermon,” Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

“An English Dictionary, explaining the difficult terms that are used in divinity, husbandry, physic, philosophy, law, navigation, mathematics, and other arts and sciences,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

Born: Collins, Anthony an eminent writer on the side of infidelity

Died: Colwil, Alexander a Scotch divine and poet

Born: Conca, Sebastian a very popular artist

“A packet of advices and animadversions, sent from London to the men of Shaftesbury, which is of use for all his majesty’s subjects in the three kingdoms,” Cooper, Anthony Ashley earl of Shaftesbury

Died: Cortesi, Jacob called Borgognone

Born: Crawford, William was born at Kelso

“The Naked Truth;” Croft, Herbert an eminent prelate

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

“Memoires pour servir a l'Histoire de Flantes,” Dodart, Denis doctor regent of the faculty of medicine at Paris

“Musae Subsecivae, sen Poetica Stromata,” Duport, James a learned Greek scholar

Born: Earle, Jabez a dissenting minister of considerable note

“Ancilla Pietatis, or Hand-maid to private devo* tion,” Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

“Les Principes de l'Architecture, de la Sculpture, et de la Peinture, avec un dictionaire des termes propres de ces artes,” Felibien, Andrew Sieur des Avaux et de Javerci

Died: Figrelius, Emundls a learned Swede

“Carmen funebre, ex occasione Northampton^ conflagrate,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

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

“Philosophia generalis in duas partes disterminata, &c.” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

Born: Gethin, Lady Grace an English lady of uncommon parts

Born: Giannone was born at Ischitella

“Essays on several important subjects in Philosophy and Religion,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Died: Graindorge, Andrew an ingenious Frenchman

Born: Grange, Joseph De Chancel De La a French satirist and dramatic poet

Died: Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

Died: Greenhill, John a very ingenious English painter

Born: Hanmer, Sir Thomas, Bart. a distinguished statesman and polite writer

Died: Hedelin, Francis at first an advocate

Died: Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

“Tragicocomcedia, et Ludi innocui de Juljano Imperatore Apostata,” Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

Born: Hoadly, Benjamin a prelate celebrated for his controversial talents

“Florilegium Altdorfinum,” Hoffman, Maurice a physician

“The great Law of Consideration: or, a discourse wherein the nature, usefulness, and absolute necessity of consideration, in order to a truly serious and religious life, are laid open,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“De Ranis dissertatio, Romae,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“De Lapide Philosophorurn,” Kelley a famous English alchymist

“Consilia qu&dam et experimenta,” Langius, John an eminent physician

“Exposition of Dionysius Syrus, on St. Mark,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Schema Sanctae Congregationis,” Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

Died: Maignan, Emanuel a religious minim

“Conversations Chretiennes, dans lesquelles sont justifié la verite de la religion & de la morale de J. C.” Malebranche, Nicolas a French philosopher

Died: Marets, John Des de Saint Sorlin

Born: Marsais, Cæsar Chesneau Du a French grammarian of high reputation

“Canon Chronicus” Marsham, Sir John a very learned English writer

“Mr. Smirke, or the divine in mode; being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The Naked Truth, together with a short historical essay concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions in matters of religion, fiy Andreas Rivetus, junior. Anagrammatised, Res nuda veritas” Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

“Epitome Annalium Trevirensium,” Masentus, James a Jesuit

“De Jure Maritime et Naval i, or a Treatise of Affairs Maritime, and of Commerce,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“Lucerna Fidelium,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“Answer to a Letter written by a Romish Priest,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“Tradados Historicos, Politicos, Ethicos, y Religiosos, de la monarchia de China.” Navaretta, Ferdinand a Spanish Dominican friar

Born: Newton, Richard founder of Hertford college

“Les nouvelles Lumieres politiques pour le Gouvernement de l'Eglise, ou TEvangile nouveau du cardinal Palavicini dans son Histoiredu Concile de Trente,” Noir, John Le canon and theologal of Seez

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

“Graecismus facilitati suse restitutus, methodo nova, eaque cum praeceptis He braicis Wasmuthianis et suis Orientalibus, quam proxime harmonica, adeoque regulis 34 succincte absolutus,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“Commentarius in Pentateuchum,” Osiander, John Adam a Lutheran divine and professor

Died: Peyrera, Isaac La a French protestant

“Speed’s Theatre,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Born: Philips, John an Lnglish poet

Died: Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Died: Reginald, Anthony a Dominican of the seventeenth century

Born: Reland, Hadrian an eminent orientalist

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

Born: Sanadon, Noel-Stephen a learned Jesuit of France

Born: Selkirk, Alexander whose adventures have given rise to the popular romance of Robinson Crusoe

“Bibliotheca scriptorum societatis Jesu, opus inchoatum a R. P. Petro Ribadeneira, et productum ad annum 1609: continuatum a Philippo Alegambe ad annum 1643; recognitum, et productum ad annum 1675, a Nathanaelo Sotvvello,” Sotwell

“Collegium experimental curiosum,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“Travels” Tavernier, John Baptist a Frenchman

Born: Thornhill, Sir James an eminent English painter

Born: Threlkeld, Caleb a natural historian

“Explication of the Catechism of the church of England,” Towerson, Gabriel a learned English divine

“Forty Sermons” Tuckney, Anthony a learned divine

“Tractatus chimicophilosophus de rebus naturalibus et praeternaftiralibus metallorum et mineralium,” Valentine, Basil is the name

“Arenarius t Dimensio Circuli.” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Born: Walpole, Sir Robert earl of Orford

“Nouvelle Relation en forme de Journal d'un Voyage fait en Egypte en 1672 et 1673,” Wansleb, John Michael a learned German

Died: White, Thomas an English philosopher (1582–?)

Died: Whitelocke, Bulstrode son of the preceding

“Ornithologiae libri tres: in quibus aves omnes hactenus cognitse in methodum naturis suis convenientem redactoe accurate describuntur, descriptiones iconibus elegantissimis, & vivarnm avium simillimis atri incisis illustrantur,” Willughby, Francis a celebrated natural historian

1677

“Il parrochiano instruttore,” Agnelli, Joseph a learned Jesuit

“A commentary upon Aristotle’s ten books of Ethics.” Aguirre, Joseph Saenz De a very learned man of the 17th century

“Les Aieules de madame de Bourgogne,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

“La Tirranide soggiogata,” Arisi, Francis an Italian lawyer

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

Born: Baier, John James a celebrated physician

Born: Baldini, John Francis a learned Italian antiquary and philosopher

“De Holgero Dano,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Died: Beling, Richard was born in 1613

“Bibliographia historico-politico-philologica,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Bradbury, Thomas a facetious preacher among the dissenters

Died: Brandmuller, James grandson of James

Born: Breydel, Charles called Cavalier

Died: Bridges, George translator of the duke de Rohan’s Memoirs

“Narratio de controversiis nuperius in academia Ultrajectina motis, &c.” Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

Born: Cassini, James a celebrated French astronomer

“Apostolici, or the History of the lives, acts, deaths, and martyrdomsof those who were contemporaries with or immediately succeeded the Apostles as also of the most eminent of the primitive fathers for the first three hundred years. To which is added, a Chronology of the three first ages of the Church,” Cave, William a very learned divine

“The Humourous Lovers,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

“The Triumphant Widow,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

“Antibarbarus Latinus, sive de Latinitate mediae et infimae aetatisl,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Memoria philosophorum, &c. curante Henningo Witten, decas prima,” Cesarini, Virginio a very accomplished Italian scholar

“Bocchi’s Curiosities of Florence,” Cinelli, John a physician at Florence

“A Discourse concerning the Operations of the Holy Spirit; with a confutation of some part of Dr. Owen’s book upon that subject,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

Died: Cocker, Edward a name almost proverbial in the schools of arithmetic

“A Dictionary, English-Latin, and Latin-English; containing all things necessary for the translating of either language into the other,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

“The most natural and easy Method of learning Latin, by comparing it with English: Together with the Holy History of Scripture-War, or the sacred art military, c.” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

“A treatise of the Holy Communion,” Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

Born: Desmolets, Peter Nicolas librarian of the house of the oratory in the rue St

Born: Disney, John a learned English divine and magistrate

Born: Dithmar, Justus Christopher professor of the law of nature and nations

“A Treatise of particular Estates,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Born: Doppelmaier, John Gabriel a German mathematician

“De Phosphoris,” Elsholtz, John Sigismond an eminent Prussian botanist

“Oratio funebris in obitum Gisberti Voetii,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“St. Clement’s two epistles to the Corinthians in Greek and Latin, with notes at the end,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Padua, 1676, folio. The authhor of the” Ferrari, Octavius of the same family with the famer

“An interpretation of the number 666,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

“Satan’s Temptations,” Gilpin, Richard a nonconformist divine and physician

“Treatise of the Stomach and Intestines,” Glisson, Francis an English physician

“De By z an tin arum rerum Scriptoribus Grsecis,” Hanckius, Martin a learned German professor

Died: Harrington, James an eminent political writer

“Dissertatio de Linguis Orientalibus,” Hasenmuller, Daniel a native of Holstein

“A Treatise concerning Statutes or Acts of Parliament, and the exposition thereof,” Hatton, Sir Christopher a statesman and lawyer in queen Elizabeth’s reign

“De la Cycloide,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“Lexicon Universale Historico-Geographico-Poetico-Philosophico-Politico-Philologicnm,” Hoffman, John James professor of Greek at Bale

“Altdorfi deliciae hortenses,” Hoffman, Maurice a physician

“Deliciae silvestres,” Hoffman, Maurice a physician

Died: Hollar, Wentzel a most admired engraver

Died: Holyoake, Thomas son of the preceding

Born: Hughes, John an English poet

“Qiiatuor Evangelia & Acta Apostolorum Lingua Malaica, characteribus Europaeis,” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“Bartholomei Scalae equitis Florentini historia Florentinorum,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“Historia Coloniarum a Gallis in exteras Nationes missarum,” Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

“Commentaire sur la Coutume d'Orleans,” Lalande, James De an able counsellor

Died: Lamoignon, William De marquis de Baville

“Bibliotheca sacra et profana, sive Observationes, correctiones, conjecturae et variaeLectiones,” Latinus, Latinius one of the most learned critics of the sixteenth century

Born: Lemery, Louis son of the preceding

Died: Lescaille, James a celebrated Dutch printer

“Fax veritatis,” Leydecker, Melchior an eminent protestant divine

Died: Lock, Matthew an eminent English musical composer in the time of Charles II. was a native of Exeter

“The first marriage of Katherine Fitzgerald (now lady Decies), &c. asserted,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“History of the Donatists,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

“The Character of a Separatist or sensuality the ground of separation,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

“Encyclopaedia in agonem literatorum,” Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“A Letter to a Nonconformist minister,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

Died: Manton, Thomas one of the most learned and eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

Died: Mapletoft, Robert an English divine

“Abdelazer, or the More’s Revenge,” Marloe, Christopher whom Phillips calls “a kind of second Shakspeare

“Juris civilis amcenitates,” Menage, Giles called

Born: Mesenguy, Francis Philip a French divine

Born: Molesworth, Robert viscount Molesworth of Swordes in Ireland

Born: Molieres, Joseph Privat De born in 1677

“Grammatica Latino-Hibernica compendiata,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“The English Academy,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

Born: Nordberg, Joran the biographer of Charles XII. of Sweden

Died: North, Dudley Fourth Lord son of the preceding

“This was never published; but we may observe, to his honour, that it was through his means that barometers were first publicly sold in shops, which before were very rare. 4.” North, Francis lord Guilford

“Thesaurus selectorum numismatum antiquorum aere expressorum,” Oisel, James a learned civilian

“Disputatio de usu Accentuationis geminge in gemina divisione Decalogi,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“L‘Art de la science des Nombres, en Francois et en Latin, avec un preface de i’excellence de Farithmetique,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“A Discourse concerning the Holy Spirit;” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“De Sacrifices,” Owtram, William a learned English divine

“Meditations on the Prophecy of Daniel,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

“Advice to a Friend,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Jesus and the Resurrection justified by witnesses in Heaven and Earth,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Natural Histories of Oxfordshire and Staffordshire.” Plot, Robert eminent for being the first who formed a plan for a natural history of England

“Cogitationes rationales de Deo,” Poiret, Peter famous only for his love of mysticism and enthusiasm

“Phaedra,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

Died: Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Born: Rawlinson, Christopher of CarkhalL in Lancashire

Born: Rawlinson, Thomas knt eldest surviving son of Daniel Rawlinson*

“Annalium mundi universalium, &c. Tomus Unicus, lib. 14. absolutus,” Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

Died: Ryves, Bruno related to sir Thomas Ryves

Born: Salmon, Francis a learned doctor and librarian of the house and society of the Sorbonne

“Notae et Observationes in G. J. Vossium de Historicis Latinis,” Sandius, Christopher or

Born: Saurin, James a very celebrated preacher

“Vita di Vitaliani Borromeo;” Scala, Bartholomew an Italian

Died: Sheldon, Gilbert archbishop of Canterbury

Died: Sole, Antonio Maria Dal a landscape painter

“Ignotorum atque obscurorum Deorum arae,” Spon, James son of the preceding

“Voyage de la Grece & du Levant,” Spon, James son of the preceding

Born: Titon, Verard the projector of a French Parnassus

“Bibliotheca Patrum,” Venantius a Christian poet of the sixth century

1678

“Epistola ad abbatem Fuldensem,” Abbo, Floriacensis a Benedictine monk of the tenth century

Born: Adams, John Provost of King’s College

“The first state of Mahometism, or an account of the Author and doctrine of that imposture,” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“De Comitiis veterurn Romanorum,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Deprincipiis Cosmographiæ” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

Born: Amthor, Christopher Henry a Danish political and miscellaneous writer

Died: Ballin, Claude born at Paris

Died: Barcos, Martin De a native of Bayonne

“Gerania;” Barnes, Joshua a learned divine and professor of Greek at Cambridge

“Johannes Duns Scotus, ordinis minorum, Doctor subtilis de Angeiis contra adversantes defensus, nunc quoque Novitate amplificatus,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

Born: Barrington, John Shute first lord viscount Harrington (16781734)

Born: Baudot De Juilli, Nicholas born at Vendôme in 1678

“Dissertationes Medicae tres,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“Dissertationes Physicae,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“Abrege de la philosophic de Gassendi,” Bernier, Francis was distinguished in the brilliant age of Louis XIV. as a philosopher and traveller

“Conquest of Granada” Blount, Charles younger son of sir Henry Blount

“Meditationes physico-cheuiicte de aerisin sublunaria infiuxu,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

Died: Borel, Peter a French physician

Born: Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

Born: Bourguet, Louis who was born at Nimes in 1678

Died: Bussieres, John De a French Jesuit

Born: Campbell, John second duke of Argyle

“Sciagraphia philoiogiae sacrae, cum etymologico radicum deperditarum ex aliis linguis, Arabica praesertim, restitutarum,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Died: Chemnitz, Bogeslaus Philip grandson of the preceding Chemnitz

“Intellectual System,” Cleanthes a celebrated Greek philosopher

“Brief Discourse on the Offices of Baptism, Catechism, and Confirmation,” Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

Born: Conti, Abbe Anthony a noble Venetian

Died: Cowley, Abraham an eminent English poet

Born: Cramer, John Rodolphus a learned protestant divine

“Journal des Sgavans” Dante, John Baptist of the same family

Born: Dassier, John medallist to the republic of Geneva

Died: Dechales, Claudius Francis Millet an excellent mathematician

“Historia Juris Civilis Romanorum,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Died: Esprit, James a French moral writer

“The fallacy of Human Virtues,” Esprit, James a French moral writer

Died: Fagnani, Prosper a celebrated canonist of the seventeenth century

“Europa Portuguesa,” Faria De Sousa, Emanuel one of the most celebrated historians and poets of his nation in the seventeenth century

Born: Farquhar, George an ingenious comic writer

Died: Flecknoe, Richard an English poet and dramatic writer in the reign of Charles II. whose productions

“A just Narrative, or account of a man whose hands and legs rotted off, in the parish of King’s Swinford, in Staffordshire, where he died June 21, 1677,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

“Jamblicbus Chalcidensis de Mysteriis. Epistola Porphyrii de eodem argumento, Gr. & Lat. ex versione T. G.” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“Psalterium juxta exemplar Alexandrinum,” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“Systemæ Bibliothecæ Collegii Parisiensis, societatis Jesu,” Garnier, John a Jesuit

Born: Girard, Gabriel an ingenious French writer

“An Essuy concerning Preaching,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Died: Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

“Repertorium Canonicurn,” Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

Died: Gualdo Priorato, Galeasso an Italian historian

Born: Guarin, Peter a learned Benedictine

“The Pleas of the Crown, or a Methodical Summary,” Hale, Sir Matthew a most learned lawyer

“Henrici Opitii synasmus restitutus,” Hasenmuller, Daniel a native of Holstein

Born: Hayes, Charles esq. a very singular person

Born: Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

Died: Heidanus, Abraham a learned protestant divine

“De Admirandis Mundi Cataractis,” Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

Born: Hermann, James a learned mathematician of the academy of Berlin

“Dispute with Laney bishop of Ely, concerning Liberty and. Necessity;” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Decameron Physiologicum; or ten dialogues of natural philosophy, &c.” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“A Defence of the Royal Society and the Philosophical Transactions, particularly those of July 1670, in answer to the cavils of Dr. William Holder,” Holder, William a learned English philosopher

“A letter to a lady revolted to the Romish church,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Born: Hunt, Jeremiah a dissenting divine

“A Catalogue of the books in the Bodleian library.” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“De Myst Ægypt, necnon Porphyrii Epistola, &.c. Gr. et Lat. ex Interpretatione et cum Notis Thomae Gale,” Jamblicus a native of Chalcis in Ccelosyria

Born: Jeffreys, George an English poet

Died: Jordaens, Jacob a painter of history and portraits

“Measures of Christian Obedience:” Kettlewell, John an English divine

“Bibliotheca vetus et nova,” Koenig, George Matthias a learned German

“On Phosphorus,” Kunckel, John a celebrated chemist

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

“Historiae Animalium Angliae tres Tractatus,” Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

“Latin Dictionary,” Littleton, Adam a learned scholar

Born: Lobb, Theophilus a physician of considerable reputation

Died: Lobo, Jerome a Jesuit missionary

“Sponsa nondum uxor,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Mr. Hales’s Treatise of Schism examined and censured,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

Born: Mairan, John James D'Ortous De a French philosopher

“De demonstratione,” Marsh, Narcissus an exemplary Irish prelate

Died: Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

“Sanderus’s History of the English Schism,” Maucroix, Francis De a French translator

Born: Montmort, Peter Raymond De an able mathematician

“Graecse antiquae Decsriptio,” Morin, Stephen a learned French protestant

Died: Nantueil, Robert a celebrated engraver

Born: Neal, Daniel an eminent dissenting divine

“Introduction to Geography,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

Died: Nicole, John father of the celebrated Peter Nicole

Born: Ockley, Simon an eminent Orientalist

Died: Oldenburger, Philip Andrew an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva

Died: Orsato, Sertorio a celebrated anti^ quary

Born: Pajot, Lewis-Leo Count d'Ansembray

“The Glorious Epiphany,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Graeciaj antiquae Descriptio,” Paulmier De Grentesmenil, James Le more commonly known to the learned by his Latinized name 1Dupin

“De l'Origine des Fontaines;” Perrault, Charles younger brother to the preceding

Born: Peyronie, Francis De La first surgeon to the king

Died: Quellinus, Erasmus an eminent painter

“ObserTations upon Birds” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

Died: Scougal, Henry an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Sherlock, Thomas eldest son to the preceding

“Critical History of the Old Testament,” Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

“Remarks upon the Manners, Religion, and Government of the Turks; together with a Survey of the seven Churches of Asia, as they now lie in their Ruins; and a brief Description of Constantinople,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

Died: Steen, Ja.N an eminent painter

Died: Taylor, Silas an able English antiquary

“Lettres a Madame la Marquise de sur le sujet de la Princesse de Cleves,” Valincour, John Baptist Du Trousset De a French miscellaneous writer

“Wonders of the Little World,” Wanley, Humphrey a literary antiquary of great learning and accuracy

“The History of France under the ministry of cardinal Mazarine, written in Latin by Benjamin Priolo,” Wase, Christopher a man of considerable learning

“The Catechism of the Church of England, with marginal notes,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“Of Gifts and Offices in the public worship of God,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“Plain Dealer,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

“De Diaconis et Diaconissis>” Ziegler, Gaspar an eminent jurist

1679

Born: Abauzit, Firmin was born at Uzes on the llth of November 1679

Born: Achards, Eleazar-Francis De La Baume De was born at Avignon

“Le Gare dell' Amore etdelP Amicitia,” Adimari, Lewis a satirical poet of the same family with the preceding

Died: Aelst, William Van, Called In Italy Gulielmo was the nephew and disciple of the preceding

Died: Aggas, Ralph a surveyor and engraver in the sixteenth century

“Andronici Rhodii et Ethicorum Nichomacheorum Paraphrasis,” Andronicus of Rhodes

Died: Artalis, Joseph an Italian poet

“A seasonable Vindication of the blessed Trinity being an answer to this question, Why do you believe the doctrine of the Trinity Collected from the works of the most reverend doctor John Tillotson, late lord archbishop of Canterbury, and the right reverend doctor Edward Stillingfleet, now lord bishop of Worcester,” Assheton, Dr. William son of Mr

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

“and a ''Survey of the numbers of Papists within the province of Canterbury” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“A letter to J. Evelyn, esq. concerning invocation of Saints, and adoration of the Cross,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“DeAere,” Bartholine, Erasmus one of the sons of Caspar

“I)e Analogia, sive arte Linguae Latinse Comrnentariolus, &c. in usum provectioris adolescentise,” Baxter, William an eminent grammarian and critic

“Excommunicated Prince,” Bedloe, Capt. William having been a principal and useful evidence in the discovery in the popish plot

“I hope there is a difference between Harry Bennet and me.” Bennet, Henry earl of Arlington

“Codex Canonum Ecclesiae Primitivae vindicatus et illustratus,” Beveridge, William a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Billi, Jacques De a Jesuit

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

Died: Blagrave, Joseph probably a relation of the preceding

Died: Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Bobart, Jacob a German horticulturist

Died: Boehm, Anthony William minister of the German chapel at St

Born: Bold, John a pious and useful clergyman of Leicestershire

“Sepulchretum, seu Anatome practica, ex cadaveribus morbo denatis proponens historias et observationes,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Cours de medicine, et de la chirurgie,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Elementaconica Apollonii Pergoei et Archimedis opera nova et breviori methodo demonstrata,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Born: Boursier, Lawrence Francis doctor of the Sorbonne

Died: Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

Born: Breydel, Francis brother of the above

“Decus et tutamen; or a prospect of the laws of England, framed for the safeguard of the king’s majesty,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

Died: Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

Died: Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Died: Capel, Richard son of Christopher Capel

Born: Catesby, Mark one of those men whom a passion for natural history very early allured from the interesting pursuits of domestic life to cross the Atlantic

“Canones de linguae sanctce idiotismis,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Born: Chubb, Thomas once a noted deistical writer

Born: Cockburn, Catharine a lady much distinguished by her literary accomplishments

“The Harmony of the Four Evangelists, in a metrical paraphrase on the history of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

Died: Combefis, Francis a learned Dominican

Born: Davies, John an eminent and learned critic

“A new preface relating to the bishop of Meaux, and other modern complainers of misrepresentation.” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

“Francisci Florentii opera Canonica et Juridica,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Livy,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Died: Duport, James a learned Greek scholar

Born: Durand, David a very eloquent French protcstant preacher at the Savoy in London

Died: Everdingen, Cæsar Van a painter of histories

Died: Fabricius, John Albert one of the most eminenjt and laborious scholars of his time in Europe

Born: Felton, Henry a learned divine

“Reflections on the Christian Religion,” Ferrand, Louis a French lawyer

“An exact and most impartial account of the Indictment, Arraignment, Trial, and Judgment (according to law) of twenty-nine regicides, &c. 1660,” Finch, Heneage first earl of Nottingham

“De Inquisitionis processu,” Freher, Marquard a German

“Herodoti Halicarnassensis Historiarnin libri X. ejusdem narratio de vita Homeri excerpta e Ctesia, & H. Stephani Apologia pro Herodoto accedunt chronologia, tabula geographica, variantes Jectiones, &c.” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“Satan’s welcome,” Gibbon, John an ancestor of the preceding

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

“Apologia Renati des Cartes contra Sam. Parkerum,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Arrets notable du parlement,” Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

Born: Hall, Anthony a learned

Born: Henckel, John Frederic an eminent mineralogist

“Nouveaux Elemens des sections coniques: les lieux Geometriques; la construction ou effection des equations,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“A Dialogue between a Philosopher and a Student of the Common Law of England.” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Behemoth: The History of the Civil Wars of England from 1640 to 1660,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Horrebow, Peter a celebrated Danish astronomer

“One hundred select Sermons upon several texts,” Horton, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

Died: Laboureur, John Le a French historian and antiquary

“Chronicon Regum Anglorum,” Langhorne, Daniel an English antiquary

Died: Leibnitz, Godfrey William De a very eminent mathematician and philosopher

Born: Leigh, Charles a naturalist and physician of the seventeenth century

“Biblioth. Juridica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“Biblioth. Medica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“An Alarm for Sinners,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

Died: Mayow, John a very learned and ingenious physician of the seventeenth century

“The origin of Caterpillars, their nourishment and changes” Merian, Maria Sibylla a lady much and justly ceJebrated for her skill in drawing insects

Born: Micheli, Peter Anthony an Italian botanist of great celebrity

Died: Mignon a painter of Frankfort

Died: Moore, Sir Jonas a very respectable mathematician

Died: Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

Died: Mossom, Robert was a learned and pious Irish prelate

“The Four Satires upon the Jesuits,” Oldham, John an English poet

“Encomium taciturnitatis, rituperium loquacitatis,” Ousel, Philip a learned professor of divinity of the university of Francfort on the Oder

“Architecture harmonique, ou application de la doctrine des proportions, de la musique a ^architecture, avec un addition a cet ecrit,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“Doctrine of Justification by Faith;” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

Died: Owtram, William a learned English divine

Died: Passeri, John Baptist a painter and a poet

Died: Penington, Isaac a writer of considerable estimation among the people called Quakers

“Colloquium Davidis cum aniina sua,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Methodus Historiarum Anatoniico-Medicarum,” Peyer, John Conrad a native of Schaffhausen in Switzerland

“La Connoissance des Temps,” Picard, John an able mathematician of France

Born: Politi, Alexander was born at Florence in 1679

Died: Rawlinson, Thomas knt eldest surviving son of Daniel Rawlinson*

Born: Rogers, Dr. John an English divine

Died: Scheffer, John a learned German

“Words made visible, or Grammar and Rhetoric,” Shaw, Samuel a learned non- conformist

“Consilium medicutn, sive dialogus loimicus, de peste Viennensi,” Sorbait, Paul a good medical writer

“Notae in libros sex novae historic Zozini comitis,” Spark, Thomas editor of Lactantius

Died: Spelman, Clement youngest son of sir Henry

“De non temerandis ecclesiis.” Spelman, Clement youngest son of sir Henry

“Miscellanea erudite Antiquitatis,” Spon, James son of the preceding

“A Letter shewing that bishops are not to be judges in parliament in cases capital,” Stillingfleet, Edward one of the most learned prelates of the seventeenth century

Died: Style, William a law-writer

“Tractatus de Legibus,” Suarez, Francis a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Viel, Charles Maria De a learned converted Jew

Died: Vondel, Justus a very celebrated Dutch poet

Died: Wansleb, John Michael a learned German

Born: Ward, John a learned and useful writer

“An Appendix to the Life,” Ward, Seth an English prelate

Died: Wild, Robert a nonconformist divine

Born: Wodrow, Robert a Scotch ecclesiastical historian

Born: Wolfe, Christian baron of the Roman empire

“Paraphrase on the Canticles,” Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

“The Rights of the People concerning Impositions,” Yelverton, Henry a distinguished lawyer

1680

“Sermons sur divers textes de l'Ecriture,” Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

Born: Abernethy, John an eminent dissenting minister in Ireland

“Obadias Armenus et Latinus, cum annotationibus,” Acoluthus, Andrew a learned Orientalist

“Bibliotheque de Dauphiné,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

Died: Allestry, Richard an eminent English divine

“Dissertatio de Conciliorum quorumvis definitionibus ad examen revocandis,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Genealogie de la maison de Fontaine- Soliers, issue dela Case Solare, souveraine d'Aste en Piemont,” Avrillon, John Baptist Elias a French Franciscan of the order called* Minimes

“L. C. F. Lactantii Liber, de mortibus persecutorum,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

“The Rights of the Bishops to judge in capital eases in parliament cleared, &c.” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“CatholicoRomanus Pacificus” Barnes, John was an English Roman Catholic

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

“Coliegii Parisiensis societ. Jesu, festi plausus ad nuptias Ludovici Galliarum Delphini, et Marise-Annre-Christianre-Victoriae Bavarse,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Experimentum novum ac curiosum de Minera arenaria perpetua,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

Died: Bedloe, Capt. William having been a principal and useful evidence in the discovery in the popish plot

“Le pitture antiche del sepolcro de* Nasoni nelia via Flaminia, &c.” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

Died: Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Died: Bernini, John Laurence called the Cavalier Ber­NiN

“Eneide di Virgilio, trasportata in ottavo rima,” Beverini, Bartholomew a learned Italian of the seventeenth century

“Bibliographia Juridica et Politica,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

“Zodiacus Medico-Gallicus,” Blegny, Nicholas a French surgeon

Died: Blood, Thomas generally known by the appellation of colonel Blood

“Historia universalis ab orbe comlito ad J. C. nativitatem,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

“Leipsic, loS.'i, 4to. 6.” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“The History of the execrable Irish Rebellion, traced from many preceding acts to the grand eruption, Oct. 23, 1641; and thence pursued to the act of settlement, 1672,” Borlace, Dr. Edmund son of sir John Borlace

Born: Bougerel, Joseph a French biographer

Born: Boze, Claude Gros De a French antiquary

Born: Brockes, Bartholomew Henry a German lawyer and poet

“Actii Sinceri Sannazarii, &c. Opera Latina; accedunt notoe, &c.” Broeckhusius, John a distinguished scholar in Holland

Born: Browne, Simon an able and learned minister and writer among the protestant dissenters

“Jura Coronae; or, his majesty’s royal rights and prerogatives asserted against papal usurpations, and all other antimonarchical attempts and practices,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“An Essay on the monastic History of the East,” Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

Died: Butler, Thomas earl of Ossory

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

“The true History of Scotland,” Calderwood, David a famous divine of the church of Scotland

“Boethius de Consolatione,” Cally, Peter a celebrated French philosopher

Died: Carloni, John Baptist an eminent painter of history

“Enquiries into Humane Nature, in six Anatomy-prelections in the new theatre of the royal college of physicians in London,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

Died: Charnock, Stephen son of Richard Charnock an. attorney

Died: Corbet, John a nonconformist divine of considerable note

Died: Davenport, Christopher a learned Englishman

“The True Presbyterian without disguise: or, a character of a Presbyterian’s ways and actions,” Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

“Le Lois des Batimens” Desgodetz, Anthony a very eminent French architect

Born: Destouches, Philip Neuicault an eminent French dramatic writer

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

Born: Drinker, Edward was born on the 24th of December

Died: Elzevirs

Born: Erskine, Ebenezer, A. M. son of the above

Died: Eudes, John brother of the celebrated historian Mezerai

“Traité des Fiefs,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

Died: Foucquet, Nicolas marquis of Belle-Isle

Born: Freind, Robert eldest brother of the preceding

Born: Gale, John a learned divine

Died: Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“The zealous and impartial Protestant,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“English Orator,” Goad, John an eminent classical teacher

“Traite de TOrigine des Macreuses,” Graindorge, Andrew an ingenious Frenchman

Died: Guiran, Galliard a French antiquary

Born: Guyse, John an eminent dissenting divine

Died: Hanneman, John an historical and portrait painter

Born: Hartman, John Adolphus a learned divine

“De tribus impostoribus magnis, Edvardo Herbert, Thoma Hobbes, & Benedicto Spinosa, Liber,” Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

Died: Heritier, Nicolas L' a French poet of the seventeenth century

“Historical narration of Heresy, and the punishment thereof,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Jones, William an eminent mathematician

Born: Juncker, Gottlob John a learned physician

Born: Ibbot, Dr. Benjamin an ingenious and learned writer

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

Died: Kneller, Sir Godfrey, Baronet an eminent portrait painter

“Animadversiones in Pollucem,” Kuhnius, Joachim a learned German

“A determination of the late learned Bishop of Salisbury (Davenant) Englished.” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

Born: Long, Roger an English divine and astronomer

“The Nonconformist’s Plea for Peace impleaded, in answer to several late writings of Mr. Baxter, and others,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

Born: Longueval, James a learned French ecclesiastical historian

Born: Lorenzini, Francis Maria an eminent Italian poet

Born: Lowman, Moses a learned dissenting clergyman

“Account of the Court of Rome,” Luca, John Baptist a learned cardinal

“Whole Duty of Man,” Lucas, Richard a learned English divine

Died: Machault a Jesuit also

“Lettera proemiale per la traduzione della concordia dei quattro Evangeliste di Giansenio,” Magalotti, Laurence a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“Traité de la nature & de la grace,” Malebranche, Nicolas a French philosopher

Born: Marcello, Benedetto a nobleman celebrated for musical knowledge

Died: Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

“Thesaurus linguarum orientalium,” Meninski, Franciscus A Mesgnien a most celebrated German orientalist

Born: Mill, Henry many years principal engineer to the New river company

Died: Montecuculi, Raymond De a very celebrated Austrian general

“Plantarum historia universalis Oxoniensis,” Morison, Robert a distinguished botanist of the seventeenth century (16201683)

“Prodromus rerum Alsaticarum,” Obrecht, Ulric a learned German

“Caius Marius,” Otway, Thomas one of the first names in the English drama

Born: Pack, Richardson an English poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Life of St. John Chrysostom, in Greek and Latin, by M. Bigot,” Palladius bishop of Helenopolis in Bithynia

Born: Papin, Denys an ingenious physician

“De Veritate,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

Died: Paulli, Simon a Danish professor and physician

“Jani Anglorum facies nova, or several monuments of antiquity touching the great councils of this kingdom and the courts of the king’s immediate tenants and otficers,” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

Died: Rochefoucault, Francis, Duke Of prince of Marsillac

Died: Roell, Hermann-Alexander a celebrated protestant divine

Died: Sandius, Christopher or

Died: Silvestre, Israel a celebrated French engraver

“Hydrostatical Experiments, with a Discourse on Coal,” Sinclare, George professor of philosophy in the university of Glasgow in the seventeenth century

“An Account of the Greek Church, as to its Doctrines and Rites of Worship, with several Historical Remarks interspersed, relating thereto. To which is added, an Account of the State of the Greek Church under Cyrillus Lucaris, patriarch of Constantinople, with a Relation of his Sufferings and Death,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

“Commentaries on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates,” Sorbait, Paul a good medical writer

“A comfortable treatise for a troubled conscience,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

Born: Stackhouse, Thomas a learned and laborious divine

Died: Streater, Robert an English painter

Died: Swammerdam, John an eminent naturalist and anatomist

Died: Swanevelt, Herman an eminent Flemish landscape painter

Died: Talbot, Peter a Roman catholic writer

Born: Terrasson, Gaspard brother of the two preceding

“Theological Dogmas,” Thomassin, Lewis a learned French divine

Died: Thoresby, Ralph an eminent antiquary

“The description of Sweden,” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

“The anatomy of a Porpoise dissected at Gresham college,” Tyson, Edward a learned physician

“Variorum” Virgil, In Latin, Publius Virgiuus Maro, the most excellent of all the ancient Roman poets

“Divine meditations upon several occasions; with a daily directory,” Waller, Sir William an eminent parliamentary general

Died: Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

1681

“An introduction to the Sacrament,” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“Mythographi Latini,” Albricus a philosopher and physician

“A Methodical French Grammar,” Allais, Denys Vairasse D' so named from the town of Allais in Languedoc

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

“A letter from a person of honour in the country, written to the earl of Castlehaven; being observations and reflections on his lordship’s memoirs concerning the Wars of Ireland,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

Died: Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

“La Visiera aizata he*, atoste di scrittori.” Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

“Brutum Fulmen, or the bull of pope Pius Sextus against queen Elizabeth,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“Vitse selectorum aliquot virorum qui doctrina, dignitate, aut pietate inclaruere,” Bates, William an eminent nonconformist divine of the seventeenth century

“Ludus poeticus in recentem cometam,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

Died: Baynes, Sir Thomas an eminent physician

“Exercitationes de Dodone,” Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

Born: Berruyer, Joseph Isaac a celebrated French writer

Died: Berthauld, Peter a French historian

Born: Bianchi, John Baptist a celebrated Italian anatomist

“Account of rarities preserved at Gresham college,” Bland, Elizabeth a lady remarkable both for her knowledge of the Hebrew language

“Notitia sacri imperii Romani,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Booth, Barton a celebrated tragic actor

“De Motu Animaiium: pars prima, et pars altera,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Died: Borgianni, Horatio a painter and engraver

“Discours surl'Histoire Universelle,” Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

“Discourse of things above reason inquiring whether a philosopher should admit there are any such” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“An Answer to Mr. Petyt’s Book on Parliaments,” Brady, Robert a noted historian and physician of the seventeenth century

Died: Breda, Peter Van a painter of landscapes and cattle

“Historical Rarities in London and Westminster,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Wars in England, Scotland, and Ireland,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Wonderful prodigies of Judgment and Mercy,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Admirable Curiosities of Nature,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Summary of the Councils” Carranza, Bartholomew a Dominican

“A Reply to a pamphlet called The Mischief of Impositions, by Mr. Alsop, which pretends to answer the dean of St. Paul’s (Dr. Stillingfleet’s) Sermon concerning the Mischief of Separation,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

“No evidence of Diocesan Episcopacy in the primitive times,” Clarkson, David a nonconformist divine of considerable celebrity

“Bibliotheque Anatomique” Clerc, Daniel Le the son of Stephen Le Clerc

Died: Cointe, Charles Le a French historian

“Historical Vindication of the Divine right of Tithes,” Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

“Unreasonableness of Separation,” Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

“Letters to Felibien,” Conrart, Valentin secretary of the French king’s council

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

“The voyages of Peter Texeira, or the history of the kings of Persia down to 1609,” Cotolendi, Charles an advocate in the parliament of Paris

“The Life of Christopher Columbus,” Cotolendi, Charles an advocate in the parliament of Paris

“Burlesque upon Burlesque, or the Scoffer scoffed; being some of Lucian’s Dialogues newly put into English fustian.” Cotton, Charles an English poet

Born: Courayer, Peter Francis a learned divine of the church of Rome

“Sextus Aurelius Victor,” Dacier, Anne the learned wife of the preceding

“Jus Cassaris et Ecclesiae vere dicta?,” Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Born: Dillenius, John James an eminent botanist

“Theophili Antecessoris Institutionum lib. quatuor,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“De nuinismatibus quibusdam abstrusis Neronis, cum Car. Patino per epistolas disquisitio,” Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

“De divisione Nature,” Erigena, John Scotus an eminent scholar of the middle age

“Divisio Nature,” Erigena, John Scotus an eminent scholar of the middle age

“Africa Portuguesa,” Faria De Sousa, Emanuel one of the most celebrated historians and poets of his nation in the seventeenth century

“Of the Unity of the Church:” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Flores philosophici ex Virgilio collecti,” Feller, Joachim a licentiate in theology

“The Annals of King James and King Charles I. containing a faithful history and impartial account of the great affairs of state, and transactions of parliament in England, from the tenth of king James, 1612, to the eighteenth of king Charles, 1642. Wherein several passages relating to the late civil wars (omitted in former histories) are made known,” Frankland, Thomas an English physician and historian of singular character

Died: Gaffarell, James a learned Rabbinical writer

“Cicero’s Works” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

Died: Garnier, John a Jesuit

“Ichnographia doctrinae de Justificationesecundum typum in monte,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

Died: Geier, Martin an eminent Lutheran divine

“Sadducismus Triumphans, in two parts,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“Some Discourses, Sermons, and Remains,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Died: Godefroi, Denvs son of Theodore

Died: Gonet, John Baptist a learned Dominican

“Loyalty displayed, and falsehood unmasked,” Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

Born: Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Compendium rerum jucundarum, et memorabilium naturae,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Fragmentum Stephani Byzantini Grammatici de Dodone, &c.” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Poesie Liriche,” Guidi, Alexander an Italian poet

Born: Heineccius, John Gotlieb a German lawyer

“Ad Nic. Heinsinm, de secessu suo Vianensi.” Heinsius, Nicholas son of the preceding

Died: Herbert, Thomas an eminent person of the Pembroke family

“Israel’s Lamentation,” Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

“Vitae Hobbianae Auctarium,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The happy Ascetick: or the best Exercise,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“Some discourses, sermons, and remains of Mr. Joseph Glanvil,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“Oratio in obitum Tho, Bartholini,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“A Vindication of the Morality of the Protestants against the Accusations of Mr. Arnauld,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Born: Iselin, James Christopher in Latin Iselius

Died: Langhorne, Daniel an English antiquary

“Traite 1 du Droit de Chasse,” Launay, Francis De an able French lawyer

“Historia Kthiopica, &<.” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

Died: Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“Idea eloquentiae tbrensis hodiernae, una cum actione forensi ex unaquaque juris parte,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

“History of Calvinism,” Maimbourg, Louis a man celebrated in the republic of letters

Born: Manfredi, Gabriel brother to the preceding

“Works” Manton, Thomas one of the most learned and eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

“Observations concerning the Thracian Bosphorus,” Marsigli, Lewis Ferdinand an Italian

“Miscellaneous Poems,” Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

Died: Masentus, James a Jesuit

Died: May, Louis Du a French historian of the seventeenth century

“The prudent Voyager,” May, Louis Du a French historian of the seventeenth century

Died: Mieris, Francis called Old Francis Miens

“Shrimp Man.” Mieris, Francis called Old Francis Miens

Died: Moreri, Lewis a French divine

“Bern. Varenii Geographia,” Newton, Sir Isaac the most splendid genius that has yet adorned human nature (1642–?)

“Cenotaphia Pisana Caii et Lucii Caesarum dissertationibus illustrata,” Noris, Henry one of the most celebrated scholars of the seventeenth century

“The New Digester, or Engine for the softening of Bones,” Papin, Denys an ingenious physician

Died: Patru, Oliver a polite scholar

“Jus Anglorum ab antique, or a confutation of an impotent libel against the government by king, lords and commons, under the pretence of answering Mr. Pettyt, and the author of * Jam Anglorum facies nova,'” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

Died: Prior, Matthew an English poet of considerable eminence

“The Spanish Critic,” Ricaut, Sir Paul an English traveller

Died: Ruysdaal, Jacob a celebrated landscape-painter of Holland

“Oxon. 1658, 4to; published by Dr. Barlow from the original in the Bodleian library, and by Dr. Lamphire, in the second edition of *' Monarchia Britannica,” Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

“Jani Anglorum facies altera,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Died: Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

“A just and modest Vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments,” Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

Died: Terburgh, Gerard a Dutch painter

Born: Theophanes, Prokopovitch an historian who may be ranked among those to whom Russia is chiefly indebted for the introduction of polite literature

“A collection of Letters and other writings relating to the horrid Popish Plot, printed from the originals,” Treby, George a learned judge

“Truth vindicated; or, a detection of the aspersions and scandals cast upon sir Robert Clayton and sir George Treby, justices, &c. in a paper published in the name of Dr. Francis Hawkins, minister of the Tower, entitled ‘The confession of Edward Fitzharris, &c.’” Treby, George a learned judge

“Patriarcha non Monarcha, or the Patriarch unmonarched, &c.” Tyrrell, James an English historian

“Seleucidarnm imperium, seu historia regum Syriæ, ad fidem numismatutum accommodata,” Vaillant, John Foi a great medallist

“Life of Francis de Lorraine, duke of Guise,” Valincour, John Baptist Du Trousset De a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

“Tela Ignea Satanae,” Wagenseil, John Christopher a very learned German

Born: Warburton, John a heraldic writer and antiquary

“The Conversion of Philip Corwine, a Franciscan Friari to the protestant religion^ in 1569,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“The Reformation of the Church of Ireland, in the life and death of George Brown, sometime archbishop of Dublin,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

Died: Wharton, Sir George a loyal astrologer of the seventeenth century

“L'Ambassadeur et ses Fonctions,” Wicquefort, Abraham De famous for his embassies and his writings

“Two Treatises concerning God’s Atl-Sufficiency, &c.” Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

“The Verdict upon the Dissenters’ plot,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Poetical Fragments,” Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

“Monarchia Britannica,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

Born: Young, Edward a very celebrated and popular English poet

1682

“Relation de la riviere des Amazones,” Acuna, Christopher a Spanish Jesuit and missionary

Born: Aikman, William a Scotch painter of considerable eminence

Born: Alberti, Michael avery eminent German physician

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

Born: Allein a pious English divine

“Anastasii, Sinaitæ contemplationum in Hexahemeron liber xii hactenus desideratus,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“De vitis Stephanoruni,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Contemplationes in Hexameron,” Anastasius called the Sinaite

“A true account of the whole proceedings between James duke of Ormond, and Arthur earl of Anglesey, before the king and his council, &c.” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

Born: Asselin, Giles Thomas doctor of theSorbonne

“Absalom and Achitophel,” Atterbury, Francis bishop of Rochester in the reigns of queen Anne and king George I. was born March 6

Died: Averani, Benedict elder brother to Joseph

“Geographia ordine literarum disposita,” Baudrand, Michael Anthony a celebrated French geographer

“Ludovico duci Borbonio, Oratio,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

Born: Beccaria, James Bartholomew a very eminent physician

Born: Benson, William an English critic

“A history of Blois,” Bernier, John a physician

“Tractatus de Cometis,” Billberg, John a Swedish astronomer

“Theatrum Sabaudise et Pedemontii,” Blaeu, William an eminent printer

“An introduction to Astrology,” Blagrave, Joseph probably a relation of the preceding

“Histoire du Calendrier Romain,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

Died: Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

“Mercurius compilatitius, seu index medico-practicus,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

Died: Borlace, Dr. Edmund son of sir John Borlace

“Analecta philologica, et judicium de lexicis Latinis Graecisque,” Borrichius a very learned physician

“Monologue historique de la Mere de Dieu,” Bouette De Blemur, Jacqueline a lady

“New experiments and observations made Upon the Icy Noctiluca; to which is added a chemical paradox, grounded upon new experiments, making it probable, that chemical principles are transmutable, so that out of one of them others may be produced,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Conveyances, being select precedents of deeds and instruments concerning the most considerable estates in England,” Bridgeman, Sir Orlando a lawyer of considerable eminence

“Experimenta nova circa Pancreas. Accedit Diatribe de Lympha et genuine Pancreatis usu,” Brunner, John Conrad a Swiss physician and anatomist of eminence

“De Lineis Spiralibus, Exerc. Geom.& Astron.” Bullialdus, Ismael a celebrated astronomer and scholar

“History of his own Time.” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

“Synagoga Judaica,” Buxtorf, John the first of a learned family

“Historia Syncretistica,” Calovius, Abraham a celebrated Lutheran divine

Died: Caramuel De Lobkqvitsh, John a Cistercian monk

Born: Carmichael, Gekhhom, M. A. was born at Glasgow in 1682

Died: Case, Thomas an eminent nonconformist divine

“Horae Samaritans,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Born: Charles Xii., King Of Sweden * was born June 27

“The harmony of natural and positive Divine Laws,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

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

Died: Claude, Lorraine properly Claude Gele'I;

Born: Collins, Arthur a laborious antiquary

Born: Cotes, Roger a celebrated mathematician

Died: Cotin, Charles a member of the French academy

Born: Craig, James a Scotch clergyman

“Lucretius,” Creech, Thomas an English poet

“De sputo sanguinis a partibus corporis infirmis, supervenientis cum Tussi, &c.” Crispus, Anthony a divine and physician

“Three Letters to Mr. Baxter, written in 1673, concerning the Possibility of Discipline under a Diocesan Government,” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

“Mysteria Cereris et Bacchi, in vasculo ex uno onyche,” Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

“Christianity in short, or the short way to be a good Christian,” Ellis, Clement an English divine

Born: Facciolati, James a learned Italian orator and grammarian

Born: Falkenstein, John Henry a voluminous compiler of historical documents

“A beautiful edition of St. Cyprian’s Works, revised and illustrated with notes,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

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

Died: Ferre, Vincent a Dominican

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

Born: Frezier

“Observations sur les arrets du parlement de Toulouse recueillespar la Rochefiavin,” Graverol, Francis a very eminent French antiquary and lawyer

“Senecae Tragediae,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Philosophical Collections,” Haak, Theodore who is said to have first suggested the weekly meetings of the royal society

Died: Halyburton, Thomas a pious Scotch divine

Born: Hase, Theodore De an eminent doctor and minister of Bremen

Born: Hastings, Lady Elizabeth a lady of high rank and higher virtues

Died: Henault, John D' a French poet

“La Gnomonique,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“An Answer to archhishop Bramhall’s Book called The catching of the Leviathan,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Seven philosophical Problems, and two Propositions of Geometry,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The Church of England free from the imputation of Popery,” Hooper, Dr. George an eminent English divine

“The last Confession, Prayers, and Meditations, of Lieutenant John Stern, delivered by him on the cart, immediately before his execution, to Dr. Burnet: together with the last Confession of George Borosky, signed by him in the prison, and sealed up in the lieutenant’s pacquet. With which an account is given of their deportment, both in the prison, and at the place of their execution, which was in the Pall-mall, on. the 10th of March, in the same place in which they had murdered Thomas Thynne, esq. on the 12th of February before, in 1681.” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Born: Hughes, John of a different family from the former

Born: Huysum, John Van an illustrious painter who surpassed all who have ever painted in his style

“Julian' the Apostate, &c.” Johnson, Samuel an English divine of remarkable learning and steadiness in suffering for the principles of tha 1History of the Spalding Society.—Nichols’s Bowyer. 39Revolution in 1688

“History of Calvinism” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Key to open Scripture Metaphors,” Keach, Benjamin a Baptist divine of considerable note in his day

Died: Killigrew, Thomas brother of the former

“BibK Philosophica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“John Goedertius of Insects,” Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

“De Fontibus medicalibus AnglitE,” Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

Born: Lussan, Margaret De a female writer

“Polygamia triumphatrix,” Lyserus, John another learned protestant

Born: Maillebois, Jean-Baptiste Des Marets, Marquis Of was the son of Nicolas Desmarets

Died: Maitland, John duke of Lauderdale

“A brief and practical Discourse on Abstinence in Lent,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

“An Account of Martyrs in her reign,” Mary queen of England

“L'Origine des Francois,” Mezerai, Francis Eudes De an eminent French historian

Born: Morgagni, John Baptist an eminent pbysiciain and anatomist

“An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, from the beginning of the Scotch rebellion in 1639, to the murder of king Charles I, &c.” Nalson, John an historical writer

Born: Neumann, Caspar an eminent chemist

“The Picture of Love unveiled,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Hierocles upon the golden verses of the Pythagoreans,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Light in the way to Paradise; with other occasionals,” North, Dudley Fourth Lord son of the preceding

Born: Olivet, Joseph Thoulier D' an elegant French writer

Died: Ott, John Henry a learned Swiss divine

“Calendarium novum, perpetuum, et irrevocable,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“La Maniere d'amollir les Os, et de faire cuire toutes sortes des Viandes en peu de terns et a peu de fraix,” Papin, Denys an ingenious physician

Born: Passionei, Dominick an Italian cardinal

Died: Pautre, Anthony Le a Parisian architect of the seventeenth century

Died: Peter The Great czar of Russia

“An Essay in Political Arithmetic,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Argumentum Anunormanicum; or an argument proving from ancient histories and records, that William duke of Normandy made no absolute conquest in England,” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

“Paeonis & Pythagoras Exercitationes Anatomicae,” Peyer, John Conrad a native of Schaffhausen in Switzerland

“Parerga Anatomica & Medica,” Peyer, John Conrad a native of Schaffhausen in Switzerland

Died: Picard, John an able mathematician of France

Born: Pulteney, William

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

“Met hod us Plantarum Nova,” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

“Methodus Plantarum,” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

Died: Rupert, Prince third son of the king of Bohemia

Born: Sabatier, Peter a learned French Benedictine

Born: Saunderson, Nicolas an illustrious professor of the mathematics in the university of Cambridge

Died: Savaron, John a celebrated president and lieutenant-general in the seneschalshit> and presidial court of Clerinont in Auvergne

“The Security of Englishmen’s Lives, or the trust, power, and duty of the Grand Juries of England explained according to the fundamentals of the English government, &c.” Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

“Persian Prince, or Loyal Brother,” Southern, Thomas an English dramatic writer

Died: Strauchius, Ægidius a German Luthe-an divine and mathematician

“Architecture militaris Tyrocinia,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

Born: Thorpe, John a physician and antiquary

“Notae & animadversiones in Harpocrationem & Philippi Jacobi Maussaci Notas. Ex Bibliotheca Gulielmi Prousteau,” Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

“A Prospect of the State of Ireland from the year of the world 1756 to the year of Christ 1652,” Walsh, Peter an Irish catholic of great learning liberality

“The Protestant Peacemaker,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“A judgment of the Comet, which became first generally visible at Dublin, Dec. 13, 1680,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“Memorials of the English Affairs,” Whitelocke, Bulstrode son of the preceding

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

“Sermons of Bishop Wilkins,” Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

Born: Willis, Browne an eminent antiquary

“Two Letters containing a farther justification of the Church of England,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

Born: Wright, Samuel an eminent dissenting clergyman

1683

“Statuta facultatis artium Thomistiæe collegio Parisiensi fratrum prsedicatorum instituta,” Alexander, Noel, In Latin Natalis a learned ecclesiastical writer of the 17th century

“An Abridgment of that Grammar,” Allais, Denys Vairasse D' so named from the town of Allais in Languedoc

“Inscriptions de Grenoble,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

Born: Alston, Charles an ingenious physician and botanist

“History of the Government of Venice, and that of the Uscocks, a people of Croatia:” Amelot De La Houssaye, Nicholas called by some Abraham Nicholas

“A letter of remarks upon Jovian,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

“Conjectura circa Enw/tw D. dementis Itomani, cui subjiciuntur castigationes in Epiphanium et Petavium de Eucharistia, de Ccelibatu Ciericorum, et de orationibus pro vita functis,” Arderne, James an English divine

Died: Arndt, Christian was born in 1623

“The cure of Old Age and preservation of Youth,” Bacon, Roger a learned English monk of the Franciscan order

“Nova Collectio Conciliorum,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

Died: Barnard, John an English divine (1630–?)

“TheoJogo-historicus, or the true life of the most reverend divine and excellent historian Peter Heylyn, D. D. subdean of Westminster,” Barnard, John an English divine (1630–?)

“Ferdinando de Furstenberg, pro fundata missione Sinensi, gratiarum actio,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“De urinis et pulsibus, tie missione sanguinis, de febribus, de morbis capitis et pectoris,” Bellini, Laurence an eminent Italian physician

“Soul prosperity,” Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Died: Berchem, Nicolas an eminent artist

Born: Berger, Theodore professor of law and history at Cobourg

“Gallia critica et experimentalis ab anno 1665 usque ad 1681,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

Born: Blackbourne, John a learned English divine of the last century

“Cours de Mathematiques,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“Religio Laici,” Blount, Charles younger son of sir Henry Blount

“Ecclesiastical Annals of France,” Bois, Gerard Du of the Oratory

Died: Brandt, Gerard second son of Gerard

Born: Breda, John Van a painter of history

“Theory of Vision” Briggs, William an eminent physician

“Exercitationes Academic^,” Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

“Strange and prodigious religious Customs and Manners of sundry Nations,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“A Dissertation concerning the Government of the Ancient Church, by bishops, metropolitans, and patriarchs. More particularly concerning the ancient power and jurisdiction of the bishops of Rome, and the encroachments of that upon other sees, especially the see of Constantinople;” Cave, William a very learned divine

Born: Chappelow, Leonard an eminent oriental scholar

“Three Anatomic Lectures concerning, l.The motion of the blood through the veins and arteries. 2. The organic structure of the heart. 3. The efficient cause of the heart’s pulsation. Read in the 19th, 20th, and 21st day of March 1682, in the anatomic theatre of his majesty’s royal college of Physicians in London,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“De Pexcellence de la Langue Francoise,” Charpentier, Francis dean of the French academy

“An Answer to the Dissenters’ Objections against the Common Prayers, and some other parts of the divine service prescribed in the Liturgy of the Church of England,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

“The Difference of the Case between the Separation of Protestants fromthe Church of Rome, and the Separation of Dissenters from the Church of England,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

“Historical Defence of the Reformation” Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

Died: Collins, John an eminent accomptant and mathematician

Died: Cooper, Anthony Ashley earl of Shaftesbury

“The conduct of France since the peace of Nimeguen,” Courtilz, Gatien De sieur de Sandras

Born: Desaguliers, John-Theophilus an eminent experimental philosopher

“Description de Tabbaye de la Trappe,” Desmares, Toussaint priest of the oratory

“Grammatica Linguarum Orientalium ex recensione Davidis Clodii,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

“Histoire anatomique d'une matrice extraordinaire,” Dionis, Peter an eminent French surgeon and writer

“A Call to delaying Sinners,” Doolittle, Thomas an eminent nonconformist

Born: Elstob, Elizabeth sister of Mr

Died: Ettmuller, Michael a physician

Born: Fenton, Elijah an ingenious English poet

“A large Commentary on the Psalms,” Ferrand, Louis a French lawyer

Born: Fontenay, Peter Claude a French Jesuit

Born: Fourmont, Stephen professor of the Arabic and Chinese languages at Paris

“The Resolution of this case of conscience, whether the Church of England’s symbolizing, so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it lawful to hold communion with the Church of Rome?” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

Died: Furstemberg, Ferdinand De an eminent prelate

Died: Gallois, John a learned Frenchman

Born: Garengeot, Rp.Ne Jamf.S Croissant De an eminent French surgeon

Died: Grimston, Sir Harbottle a celebrated lawyer

“Exercitationes aca­<Jemicae de pernicie et casu Judoe,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Castigationes ad paraphrasim Graeeam Enchiridii Epicteti ex codice Mediceo,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

Born: Grove, Henry a learned divine among the disseners

“Theory of the Variation of the Magnetical Compass,” Halley, Edmund an eminent English philosopher and astronomer

“Pharmacologia anti-empirica,” Harris, Walter a learned English physician

Born: Heister, Laurence a celebrated physician

“Annotations on the 13th Chapter to the Romans,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

“Delight and Judgment: or a prospect of the great day of Judgment, and its power to damp and imbitter sensual delights, sports, and recreations,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“The Fire of the Altar: or certain directions how to raise the soul into holy flames, before, at, and after the receiving of the blessed Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper with suitable prayers and devotions,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Died: Howel, Laurence a learned

Born: Huldrich, John James a protestant divine

Died: Jardins, Mary Catharine Des a French lady

“Histoire du Calvinisme et du Papisrne mise en parallele,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Abrege de i'Histoire du Concile de Trente,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Died: Ingelo, Nathaniel, D. D. a divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Inguimberti, Dominic, Joseph, Marie D' an exemplary and learned bishop of Carpentras

“An Assistance to Justices of the Peace, for the easier Performance of their Duty,” Keble, Joseph an English lawyer

“An atheist now must a monster be,” Kennet, White an English writer

Born: Lampe, Frederic Adolphus a German protestant divine

Born: Lavington, George an English prelate

“Versio Septuaginta Interpretum,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Died: Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

Died: Luca, John Baptist a learned cardinal

“Messis Medico-spagyrica, &c.” Manget, John James a learned physician and laborious historian of that science

“The Figures and Types of the Old, Testament explained and improved,” Mather, Samuel eldest son of the preceding

“The Rationarium Temporum of father Petau,” Maucroix, Francis De a French translator

Died: Minellius, John a Dutch grammarian

“De Politia” Moket, Richard warden of All Souls college

“Dissertationes octo, in quibus multa sacra3 et profanae Antiquitatis Monumenra explicantur,” Morin, Stephen a learned French protestant

“Elevation des Eaux, par toute sorte de machines, reduite a la mesure, au poids, et a la balance. Presentee a-sa majeste tres Chrestienne par le Chevalier Morland, gentilhomme ordinaire de la Chambre privee, et maistre des mechaniques du Roy de la Grande Bretaigne,” Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

“A true Account of the whole Proceedings betwixt James Duke of Ormond and Arthur Earl of Anglesey,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“Vindication of himself from Mr. Baxter’s injurious Reflexions,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

Born: Munich, Burchard Christopher a celebrated military officer

Born: Nettleton, Thomas a physician and miscellaneous writer

Born: Nicole, Francis a very celebrated French mathematician

“An idea of Happiness, in a letter to a friend, inquiring wherein the greatest happiness attainable by man in this life doth consist,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“A Murnival of Knaves; or Whiggism plainly displayed and burlesqued out of countenance,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Tractatus adversus Reprobationis absolutae Decretum, nova methodo & snccinctissimo compendio adornatus, & in duos libros digestus,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

Born: Oldfield, Anne a celebrated English actress

Born: Perceval, John fifth baronet of the family

“Ordonnance des cinq Especes de Colonnes, selon la methode des Anciens,” Perrault, Claude an eminent French architect

“Observations upon the Dublin Bills of Mortality in 1681,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“A full Answer to a book written by William Pettyt, esq. with a true account of the famous Colloquium, or Parliament 40 Hen. Ill and a glossary expounding some few words in ancient records, together with some animadversions on a book called Jani Anglorum facies nova,” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

“Sermones convivales,” Peutinger, Conrad a celebrated scholar

Born: Piazzetta, John Baptist a modern artist

“A Discourse on Prayer,” Pittis, Thomas an English divine

Born: Poleni, John an Italian marquis

Born: Rameau, John Philip chevalier de St

Born: Reaumur, Rene' Anthony Farchault, Sieur De an eminent French naturalist

Born: Rivet De La Grange, Anthony of the same family as the preceding

“Gulichii Analysis et compendium hbrorum propheticorum antiqui et novi fcederis,” Roell, Hermann-Alexander a celebrated protestant divine

“History of the City of Herderwich” Sagittarius, Caspar an eminent Lutheran divine

“Academia artis pictoria?,” Sandrart, Joachim a German painter

“Certain Cases of Conscience resolved, concerning the lawfulness of joining with forms of prayer in public worship,” Scott, Dr. John a learned English divine

“Rules, orders, and instructions” Sherburne, Sir Edward an English poet

Died: Siri, Victor an Italian annalist

Died: Sluse, Rene' Francis Walter a mathematician

Born: Snape, Andrew a learned divine

Died: Tellier, François Michel Le marquis de Louvois

“Fourth collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England,” Treby, George a learned judge

Born: Uffembach, Zachary Conrade D' a very learned German

“Exordium sive proo3mium in Leviticum,” Viel, Charles Maria De a learned converted Jew

“Biographical Dictionary.” Walton, Isaac a celebrated writer on the art of angling

Born: Waterland, Daniel a learned English divine

“The Protestant Reconciler, humbly pleading for condescension to Dissenting Brethren in things indifferent and unnecessary, for the sake of peace; and shewing how unreasonable it is to make such things the necessary conditions of Communion. By a well-wisher to the Church’s Peace, and a Lamenter of her sad Divisions,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Bilrons: or a new discovery of Treason under the fair face and mask of Religion, and of Liberty of Conscience, &c.” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“An awakening Word to the Grand jury men of the nation,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Animadversions upon a late treatise, entitled, the Protestant Reconciler,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Remarks on the Preface to the Protestant Reconciler, in a letter to a friend: dated February the 28ih, 1682,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Protestant Reconciler, earnestly persuading the Dissenting Laity to join in full Communion with the Church of England; and answering all the objections of Nonconformists against the lawfulness of their submission unto the rights and constitutions of that Church,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

Born: Wolfe, John Christopher a learned scholar

“Suffragium Protestantium, wherein our governors are justified in their impositions and proceedings against dissenters. Meisner also, and the verdict rescued from the cavils and seditious sophistry of Dr, Whitby’s Protestant Reconciler,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Country-Wife,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

Born: Ziegenbalg, Bartholomew a very Celebrated protestant missionary

1684

“Panegyrique de M. l'Electeur de Brandenbourg,” Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

Died: Adams, Richard an English Non-conformist

“The Epistle containing an account of Dr. Cosin’s life, prefixed to the doctor’s book, entitled, Ecclesix Anglicanae Politeia in tabulas digesta,” Allam, Andrew an English writer of the 17th century

“The Preliminary Epistle, with a review and correction of the book, entitled, Some plain Discourses on the Lord’s Supper, &c. written by Dr. George. Griffith, bishop of St. Asaph,” Allam, Andrew an English writer of the 17th century

“Onomasticon rerum inventarum et Inventa nov-antiqua, id est, brevis enarratio ortus et progressus artis medicæ,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Traite de la volont6,” Ameline, Claude a French ecclesiastic

“Gazophylacium linguee Persarum,” Ange De St. Joseph, Le Pere a barefoot carmelite of Toulouse

Died: Antonides, John an eminent Dutch poet

Died: Antonio, Nicholas a very learned and useful Spanish biographer

Born: Ardene, Esprit-Jean De Rome D' a French poetical and miscellaneous writer

Born: Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

“The good old Subject or the right Test of Religion and Loyalty,” Atterbury, Lewis born about the year 1631

“The Penitent Lady translated from the French of the famous madam la Valliere,” Atterbury, Lewis eldest son of the preceding

Died: Audran, Claude the second of this name

“Marii Mercatoris Opera,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

“Examen des Methodes,” Basnage, James

“Traite de la Tolerance,” Basnage, Henry

Born: Bathurst, Allen earl (16841775)

“In obitum ejusdem, carmen,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Ludovico magno liberalium artium parenti et patrono, panegyricus,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Catholic Communion,” Baxter, Richard an eminent nonconformist divine

Born: Bel, Matthias born at Otsova in Hungary

Born: Berkeley, George an eminent and learned prelate

“Vie de Francois Levesque,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

“A Defence of Sir Robert Filmer, against the mistakes and representations of Algernon Sydney, esq. in a paper delivered by him to the sheriffs upon the scaffold on Tower-hill, on Friday, Dec. 7, 1683, before his execution there,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“The Justice of Peace’s Calling, a moral essay,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Recreatio mentis et oculi in observatione Animalium Testaceorum,” Bonanni, Philip a learned Jesuit

“Medicina septentrionalis, collectitia,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“The Life of De Ruyter,” Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

“Acute dicta omnium veterum poetarum Latinorum,” Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“Carmina,” Broeckhusius, John a distinguished scholar in Holland

“Abridgment of the History of the Order of St. Benedict, as far as the tenth century,” Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

“De Rouiana llepublica, de re militari et civiii Romanorum,” Cantel, Peter Joseph a man of considerable learning in classical criticism

“Metropolitanarum urbium historia civilis et ecclesiastica, tomus primus, &c.” Cantel, Peter Joseph a man of considerable learning in classical criticism

“Mechanicorum libri octo,” Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Rabbinismus, sive institutio grammatica pro legendis Rabbinorum scriptis,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Porta Syriae, sive grammatica Syriaca,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Plutarch’s Lives translated from the Greek by several hands,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

Born: Charlevoix, Peter Francis Xavier De a learned and industrious French Jesuit

Born: Claude, John James son of Isaac Claude

Died: Cordemoi, Gerard De a French historian

“De naturalismo cum aliorum, turn maxime Joannis Bodini, ex opere ejus manuscripto anecdoto, de abditis rerum subliinium arcanis, schediasnaa,” Diecman, John a Lutheran divine

Born: Drakenborch, Arnold an eminent classical editor

Born: Dunlop, Alexander, A. M. was brother to the above

Died: Durham, William an English divine

Born: Elswich, John Hekman a Lutheran divine

Died: Eschenbach, Andrew Christian a German divine and philologer

“La Jurisprudence du Code,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

Died: Ford, Simon a man of learning

“Plutarch’s Morals,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

Born: Foucquet, Charles Louis Augustus count of Belle-Isle

“A Defence of the Resolution, &c.” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Rerum Anglic. Scriptores veteres,” Gildas the oldest British historian

Born: Gomez, Magdalen Angelica Poisson De a French lady

Died: Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

“Exercitatio Geometrica de dimensione figurarum,” Gregory, David son of the preceding

“Dissertatio lithologica variis observationibus et figuris illustrata,” Groenvelt, John a physician

“Dissertatio de origine Romuli,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Moses unveiled,” Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Handel, George Frederic the greatest musical composer of his time

Born: Havercamp, Sigebert a classical editor of considerable fame

“The History of Isoof Bassa,” Higgons, Sir Thomas son of Dr

Died: Highmore, Nathaniel a physician and anatomist

Died: Hodges, Nathaniel an English physician

“Concordance of the Bible,” Hugh De St. Cher a celebrated cardinal of the Dominican order

“Compendium institutionum medicarum,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

Born: Jones, Griffith a pious divine and great benefactor to his country

“L'Esprit de Mr. Arnauld,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Born: Jurin, James born in 1684

“The artless midnight Thoughts of a gentleman at court, who for many years built on sand, which every blast of cross fortune has defaced, but now has laid new foundations on the rock of his salvation,” Killigrew, William descended from this family

“the order of the installation of prince George of Denmark, Charles duke of Somerset, and George duke of Northumberland, at Windsor, April 8, 1684,” King, Gregory a heraldic and commercial writer

Born: Lardner, Nathaniel a very learned dissenting clergyman

Died: Lee, Nathaniel an English dramatic poet

Died: Leighton, Robert sometime bishop of Dunblane

“Relation historique du Roiaume de Siam,” Lisle, Claude De historiographer and censor royal

“An historical account of Church Government,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“Letters between Dr. Gilbert Burnet and Mr. Simon. Lowth,” Lowth, Simon an English clergyman

Died: Lyserus, John another learned protestant

“Institutions of the laws of Scotland,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

Born: Mangey, Thomas a learned English divine

Born: Martiniere, Anthony-Augustin Bruzen De La a French author of considerable celebrity about the beginning of the last century

Born: Mazochi, Alexius Symmachus an Italian philologer and antiquary

Born: Mitchell, Joseph was the son of a stone-cutter in North-Britain

Died: Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

Died: Moulin, Peter Du son of the preceding

“Amor Pcenitens” Neercassel, John De a celebrated bishop of the catholics in Holland

Died: Netscher, Gaspard an eminent painter

“De causis Corruptse Jurisprudentiae, Oratio inauguralis,” Noodt, Gerard a celebrated civilian (?–1725)

“Poems and discourses occasionally written,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Certamen philosophicum adversus J. B. principia,” Orobio, Balthasar a famous Spanish Jew

“Exposition upon the Epistle to the Hebrews,” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“La Geometric-pratique, contenant la Trigonometric theorique & pratique, la Longimetrie, la Planimetrie, & la Stereometric,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

“Tractatulus de modo et ratione formandi voces derivativas Latinae Linguae,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“Enchiridion Linguae Latinae, or a compendious Latin Dictionary, &c.” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“Speculum Linguae Latinos,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Died: Philpot, John Somerset herald in the reign of James I. was a native of Folkstone

“A discourse concerning the trial of Spirits,” Pittis, Thomas an English divine

“Anthologia,” Pope, Alexander the most elegant and popular of all English poets

Born: Quirini, Angelo Maria a Venetian cardinal

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

“Bibliotheca Anti-Trinitariorum,” Sandius, Christopher or

Died: Santeul, Claude brother of the preceding

Died: Sharroch, Robert a clergyman’s son

Born: Sheridan, Thomas the intimate friend of Dean Swift

“Lives of the Poets,” Sheridan, Thomas the intimate friend of Dean Swift

“He descended into hell,” Smith, Richard one of the earliest book-collectors upon record

“Chorus Poetarum,” Spenser, Edmund a justly celebrated English-poet

“The second volume of Dr. John Lightfoot’s works,” Strype, John the most valuable contributor to ecclesiastical history and biography that ever appeared in this country

“Epistola de veritate proposiiionum Borellide motu animalium,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“Physicae conciliatricis Conamina,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“In usum Delpbini,” Suetonius, Caius Suetonius Tranquillus an ancient historian and biographer

Born: Sykes, Arthur Ashley a divine of the church of England

Died: Tell, William one of the heroes of Swiss liberty

Born: Tillemans, Peter a landscape-painter

“An Account of a Salt-spring and another medicinal spring on the banks of the river Weare, or Ware, in the bishopric of Durham,” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

“The Life of Phocion,” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

Born: Van Effen, Justus a man of letters

Born: Vanloo, John Baptist a portrait-painter

Born: Vernon, Edward esq. an admiral of distinguished bravery

Born: Vertue, George an eminent engraver and antiquary

“Remains.” Wagenseil, John Christopher a very learned German

“P.orphyrii in harmonica Ptoleimei Commentarius,” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Born: Watteau, Anthony

“Ethices compendium in usum academicae juventutis,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

Born: Wild, Henry a tailor

“De Auditu,” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

Died: Wren, Christopher a learned and illustrious English architect and mathematician

Born: Zincke, Christian Frederick an excellent enamel painter

1685

“Reflexions sur la Presence reelle du Corps de Jesus Christ dans l'Eucharistie,” Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

“Htstoire des Os,” Abeille, Scipio brother of the preceding

Died: Abendana, Jacob a Spanish Jew

“De Unione et Incarnatione,” Abucaras, Theodore bishop of Caria

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

“A discourse of Tangier, under the government of the earl of Tiviot,” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“Painting illustrated, in three dialogues, with the lives of the most eminent painters from Cimabue to Raphael,” Aglionby, John an eminent divine of a very ancient family in Cumberland

“Douze Sermons sur divers textes,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Hippocratis Aphorismi, Gr. Lat.” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

Born: Alstroemer, Jonas the reviver of industry and commerce in Sweden

“Lux magica, &c. ccelestiurn, terrestrium, et inferorum origo, ordo, et subordinatio cunctorum, quoad esse, fieri, etoperari, viginti quatuor voluminibus divisa,” Angelieri, Bonaventure a writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Angelis, Peter a painter of considerable note in the last century

Born: Argellati, Philip an Italian printer

Died: Arndt, Joshua a Lutheran divine

“The Royal Apology or, An Answer to the Rebel’s Plea wherein are the most noted anti-monarchical tenets, first published by Doleman the Jesuit, to promote a bill of exclusion against king James I. secondly, practised by Brad* shaw, and the regicides, in the actual murder of king Charles I. thirdly, republished by Sidney, and the associates to depose and murder his present majesty,” Assheton, Dr. William son of Mr

“CEuvres d'architecture de Vincent de Scamozzi,” Aviler, Augustine Charles D' descended from a family originally of Nanci in Lorraine

Born: Bach, John Sebastian an eminent German musician

“Jugemens des Savans sur les principaux ouvrages des Auteurs,” Baillet, Adrian an eminent French critic

Born: Barnard, Sir John an eminent citizen and alderman of London of the last century

Died: Bartoli, Daniel a learned and laborious Jesuit

“Descriptio Fiuminum Galliae, qua Francia est, opera Papyrii Massoni, cum notis M. Baudrand,” Baudrand, Michael Anthony a celebrated French geographer

“Augustiss. Galliarum senatui panegyricus,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

Died: Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

“Thesaurus ex Thesauro Palatino selectus, seu Gemmae,” Beger, Lawrence the son of a tanner

“Tyro prudentiae juris opificialii praecursorum emissarius,” Beier, Adrian a native of Jena

“Boethus, peregre redux conspectibus et judice conspicuus,” Beier, Adrian a native of Jena

“Vet. Philosophorum, Poetarum, &c. Imagines,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

Born: Benevoli, Anthony an Italian surgeon

Died: Bentivoglio, Hyppolitus of Arragon

“Statius,” Berault, Michael pastor and professor of theology at Montauban

Born: Bergantini, Jonn Peter an Italian author of the last century

“Traite du libre etdu volontaire,” Bernier, Francis was distinguished in the brilliant age of Louis XIV. as a philosopher and traveller

“Lucubrationes Frankendalenses,” Bertram, Cornelius Bonaventure minister

“Bibliographia mathematica et artificiosa,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

“Bibliographia historica, chronologica, et geographica,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

“Acta eruditorum,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

Born: Bianchini, Joseph Maria an Italian scholar of the last century

“L'Art de jetter des Bombes,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“Primicias Evangelicas,” Bluteau, Dom Raphael a Theatine

Born: Boerner, Christian Frederick professor of theology at Leipsic

“Dissertations chemico-physicic,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“A Preface and Conclusion to Sir Robert Filmer’s Patriarcha,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“The Life of John Jewell, bishop of Salisbury,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Epitome operum Sennerti,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

Born: Bouquet, Dom Martin an eminent French historian and antiquary

Died: Bourdelot, Peter Michon nephew to the above

Died: Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

Born: Brereton, Jane an English poetess

Born: Budgell, Eustace esq. a very ingenious but unfortunate writer

“English Empire in America,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Surprising Miracles of Nature and Art,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“History of Scotland,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

Died: Cabassut, John of Aix

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

Died: Castell, Edmund a divine of the seventeenth century

“A Sermon preached before the king at Whitehall, on Sunday, January 18, 1684-5, on Psalm iv. 7. Publisheo 1 by his majesties special command,” Cave, William a very learned divine

“Chartopbylax Ecclesiasticus,” Cave, William a very learned divine

“Chaldaismus, sive grammatica nova linguae Chaldaica?,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“The manner of making Tea, Coffee, and Chocolate, London,” Chamberlayne, John son to the preceding

“Inquisitio Physlca de causis Catameniorum, et Uteri Rheumatismo, in quo probatur sanguinem in animali fermentescere nunquam,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“Essay on translated Verse,” Chetwood, Knightly was born in 1652

“A Persuasive to an ingenuous Trial of Opinions in Religion,” Clagett, Nicolas younger brother to the preceding

“Theological Dissertations,” Clerc, John Le brother to the preceding

“Critical History of the Old Testament.” Clerc, John Le brother to the preceding

“Catalogus Plantarum indigenarum Hollandiae,” Commelin, John a distinguished botanist

“The general History of France during the two first races of its kings,” Cordemoi, Gerard De a French historian

Died: Cornaro Piscopia, Helena Lucretia a learned Venetian lady

“Apologie d'un tour nouveau pour ies Quatre Dialogues, &c.” Dangeau, Louis Courcillon De a French abbe

Born: Denner, Balthasar a portrait painter of considerable eminence

“Institutiones Juris Canonici a J. P. Lancelotto Perusino conscriptae,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Lettre touchant un passage conteste de Tite Live,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Essay on Translated Verse:” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“A Catalogue of the Nobility of England, &c.” Dugdale, Sir William an eminent English antiquary and historian

Born: Dundas, Robert of Arniston

“Vindicise adversus Eggelingium,” Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

Born: Erskine, Ralph, A. M. brother of the above

“Nouvelle Conference avec un Ministre, touchant les Causes de la Separation des Protestans,” Fevre, James Le a celebrated doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Fontaines, Peter Francis Guyot Des a French critic

“the Chav. d'Horny” Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier De the son of Frangois le Bovier de Fonienelle

Born: Forbes, Duncan a very eminent Scottish lawyer

“The great wickedness and mischievous effects of Slandering, preached in the parish church of St. Giles’s, Nov. 15, 1685, on Psalm ci. 5, with a large preface of the author, and conclusion in his own vindication,” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

Born: Furietti, Joseph Alexander an Italian cardinal and antiquary

“The supplement to the works of Theodoret,” Garnier, John a Jesuit

Born: Gaultier, John Baptist was born about 1685

Born: Gramm, John a learned philologist

“Sorberiana.” Graverol, Francis a very eminent French antiquary and lawyer

“Counsels and Directions divine and moral: in plain and familiar letters of advice to a young gentleman his nephew, soon after his admission into a college in Oxford,” Greenville, Denis a younger son of the preceding

Died: Gribner, Michael Henry an eminent professor of law

“Responsio ad cavillationes R. Fabretti,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Canonical Institutions,” Halle, Peter professor of canon law in the university of Paris

Born: Helvetius, John Claude son of the above

Born: Henault, Charles John Francis an eminent French writer

“Ami us Ciimuctericus,” Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

Born: Hill, Aaron an English poet and dramatic writer of some celebrity in his day

“The Catching of the Leviathan,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Holberg, Louis De a Danish historian (?–1754)

“The Exercise of Prayer; or a help to devotion; being a supplement to the Happy Ascetick, or best exercise, containing prayers and devotions suitable to the respective exercises, with additional prayers for several occasions,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“The first fruits of Reason: or, a discouse shewing the necessity of applying ourselves betimes to the serious practice of Religion,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Born: Hughes, Jabez was the younger brother of Mr

“Les prejugez legitimos centre le papisme,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“An Exposition of the Church Catechism” Ken, Thomas the deprived bishop of Bath and Wells

Born: Kent, William an ingenious artist

Born: King, Dr. William son of the rev

Born: Lafitau, Peter Francis brother to the preceding

“Les ve>4tables Motifs de la Conversion de M. (le Bouthilier de Ranc6) l'Abbe de la Trappe,” Larroque, Daniel De son of the preceding

Born: Le Dran, Henry Francis an eminent French surgeon

“Bibliotheca realis Theologica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“The subject of Church Power, in whom it resides,” Lowth, Simon an English clergyman

“Epistola Ethiopice scripta,” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

“Bibliotheca Anatomica,” Malpighi, Marcellus an Italian physician and anatomist

“Bibliotheca Anatomica,” Manget, John James a learned physician and laborious historian of that science

Died: Marshall, Thomas an English divine

Died: Marsham, Sir John a very learned English writer

“A Description of France by its Rivers,” Masson, Papirius a French historical and miscellaneous writer

“Archimedis monumenta omnia,” Maurolico, Francis a celebrated Italian mathematician

Born: Mopinot, Simon a learned Benedictine of the congregation of St

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

Died: Nalson, John an historical writer

Born: Niceron, John Peter one of the most useful French biographers

Died: Nicole, Claude cousin-german of the preceding

“The institution and life of Cyrus,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“De Vasis aquosis Oculi,” Nuck, Anthony a distinguished Dutch physician and anatomist

“De jure belli ac pacis.” Obrecht, Ulric a learned German

Died: Ostade, Adrian Van a most celebrated Flemishpainter

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

“Breviarium Turonense, renovatum, et in melius restitutum,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“Tables des Sinus, Tangentes, & Secantes, & des Logarithmes des Sinus & des Tangentes, & des nombres depuis T unite jusqu'a dix mille, avec un traite de Trigonometric, par de nouvelles demonstrations & des pratiques tres faciles,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

Died: Pajon, Claude a French Protestant divine

“Amities, Amours, et Amourettes,” Pays, Rene'Le sieur of Villeneuve

“Maps of Ireland, being an actual Survey of the whole kingdom,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“What a complete Treatise of Navigation should contain,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“The Minority of St. Lewis, with the politic conduct of affairs by his mother queen Blanch of Spain, during her regency,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“A System of Divinity for those who who adopt the Confession of Augsburg,” Quenstedt, John Andrew a Lutheran divine

Born: Ramsay, Allan one of the extraordinary instances of the power of uncultivated genius

“Les veritables Motifs de la Conversion de l'abbé de la Trappe,” Rance', Dom. Armand John Le Bouthillier De the celebrated abbe and reformer of the monastery of La Trappe

“Eclaircissemens sur ce Livre,” Rance', Dom. Armand John Le Bouthillier De the celebrated abbe and reformer of the monastery of La Trappe

Born: Roques, Peter a pious and learned Protestant clergyman

Born: Rue, Charles De La was a Benedictine monk

“The Christian Life, from its beginning- to its consummation in glory, together with the several means and instruments of Christianity conducing thereunto, with directions for private devotion and forms of prayer, fitted to the several states of Christians;” Scott, Dr. John a learned English divine

“A collection of Cases and other Discourses lately written to recover Dissenters to the Communion of the Church of England,” Scott, Dr. John a learned English divine

Died: Sparrow, Anthony a learned prelate

“History of the Rye-house Plot;” Sprat, Thomas a learned English prelate

“Discourse concerning the necessity of Reformation, \ respect to the errors and corruptions of the church of Rome,” Stratford, Nicholas a pious and learned bishop of Chester

Born: Taylor, Brook a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Born: Thuillier, Vincent a Benedictine of the congregation de St.Maur

“L‘Anne’e Chretienne,” Tourneux, Nicholas Le a pious French divine

“The unfortunate Shepherd,” Tutchin, John a party writer in the reign of king James the second

“Sjlva TheologiaB Symbolicae,” Ursinus, Zachary one of the most celebrated Protestant divines of the 16th century

Born: Vaissette, Joseph a French historian

“Les Anecdotes de Florence, ou THistoire secrette de la Maison de Medicis, at the Hague,” Varillas, Anthony a French writer

“Neurologia universalis, hoc est, omnium huniani corporis nervorum, simul ac cerebri, medullaeque spinalis, descriptio anatomica,” Vieussens, Raymond a physician and anatomist

“A short Discourse upon the reasonableness of men’s having a religion or worship of God.” Villiers, George duke of Buckingham

Died: Voisin, Joseph De an ingenious doctor

Born: Wagstaffe, William a physician

“Maggots, or Poems on several subjects,” Wesley, Samuel an English divine

Born: Wilkins, David a learned divine and editor (?–1745)

Died: Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Reliquiae Wottonianae” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

1686

“Commentary on Joshua, Judges, and Samuel,” Abrabanel, Isaac a famous rabbi

“Determinatio F. Joannis Parisiensis cle modo existendi Corpus Christi in sacramento Allans, &c. cui est prefixa prefatio historica de dogmate Transubstantiationis,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Opuscula sive antiquitatum e sacris profanarum specimen conjectans veterum poetarum fraguienta et plagiarorum syllabus,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“De scriptis adespotis, pseudepigraphis, et supposititiis, conjecture,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Reflexions politiques, par lesquelles on fait voir que la persecution des reformez est contre les veritable interets de la France,” Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“Clypeus Philosophise! Thomistica,” Arnu, Nicholas was born at Merancourt

“Philosophus Autodidactus, sive Epistola Abi Gioaphar Ebn Tophail de Hai Ebn Yokdan,” Ashwell, George rector of Hanwell

“The Country Parson’s Admonition to his Parishioners against Popery with directions how to behave themselves, when any one designs to seduce them from the Church of England,” Assheton, Dr. William son of Mr

“A dissertation on the life of the Fcetus in utero” Astorini, Elias born in the province of Cosenza in the kingdom of Naples in 1651

“The Ground of Christian Feasts,” Atterbury, Lewis born about the year 1631

Born: Aubais, Charles De Baschi marquis of

Born: Bagard, Charles an eminent French physician

“Treatise on Engraving, and the lives of the principal Engravers,” Baldinucci, Philip of Florence

Born: Balguy, John an eminent divine of the church of England in the last century

“Poetical paraphrase on the History of Esther.” Barnes, Joshua a learned divine and professor of Greek at Cambridge

“Reponse a M. l'Eveque de Meaux sur sa lottre pastorale,” Basnage, James

Born: Baxter, Andrew a very ingenious metaphysician and natural philosopher

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

“Histoire abregee de l'Europe,” Bernard, James professor of philosophy and mathematics

Born: Berti, Alexander Pompey a learned Italian

Died: Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“De Motionibus Naturalibus,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“Lettre pastorale aux nonveaux catholiques.” Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

Born: Bower, Archibald a person of a very celebrated

Born: Carte, Thomas a very learned English historian

“De igne dissertationes,” Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Curie posteriores de barbarismis et idiotismis sermonis Latini,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Isagoge in linguam Arabicam,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“A Treasure of Health,” Chamberlayne, John son to the preceding

“L'Histoire du Monde,” Chevreau, Urban was born at Loudun

“A Discourse concerning the Invocation of the Blessed Virgin and the Saints,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

Died: Clarkson, David a nonconformist divine of considerable celebrity

Born: Concina, Daniel a very celebrated Dominican divine

Died: Coventry, William youngest son of the preceding

“The Life of Coligni,” Courtilz, Gatien De sieur de Sandras

“A Sermon before the king and queen at St. James’s palace,” Crosse, John a Franciscan friar and popish missionary in England

“Essay on Jewish Measures and Weights,” Cumberland, Richard a very learned divine

Born: Delany, Patkick a clergymnn of Ireland

“Of the Priesthood of Laicks,” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

Died: Dolce, Carlo a very eminent artist

“The late converts exposed: or, the reasons of Mr. Bayes’s changing his religion considered, in a dialogue; part the second 1690,” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“Bibliotheque” Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

“De antiqua Ecclesiee Disciplina, dissertationes historicge,” Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

Died: Estrades, Godfrey, Count D' marshal of France

“Traité de l‘Action de l’Orateur,” Faucheur, Michelle a French protestant preacher of the highest estimation in his time

Died: Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Le Droit du Patronage,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

Died: Gabriel, James an eminent royal architect of France

“Astro-Meteorologica, or aphorisms and discourses of the Bodies Celestial, their natures and influences, &c.” Goad, John an eminent classical teacher

“Jasithei ad Gronovium Apologema, in ej usque Titivilitia seu de Tito Livio somnia animadversiones,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding

“Hugonis Grotii quredam inedita> aliaque ex Belgice editis Latine versa argumenti theolog, jurid. politic.” Grotius, Hugo one of the most eminent names in literary history

Died: Guericke, Otto counsellor to the elector of Brandenbourg

“Principia” Halley, Edmund an eminent English philosopher and astronomer

Born: Hardion, James a polite French writer

“Biblia parva Gneca, in quibus dicta insigniora omnia ex Versione Septuagintavirali secundum ordmem librorum biblicorum observatum in biblis parvis Opitianis, cum cura exhibentur,” Hasenmuller, Daniel a native of Holstein

“System of Divinity,” Heidanus, Abraham a learned protestant divine

Born: Hellot, John a French chemist

“The Crucified Jesus: or a full account of the nature, end, design, and benefit of the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, with necessary dU rections, prayers, praises, and meditations, to be used by persons who come to the holy communion,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“The Method of remitting and retaining Sins,” Huyghens, Gomarus a celebrated doctor of Louvain

Born: Jackson, John an English divine

Born: Jacob, Giles a poetical and dramatic writer

“De Ranis & Lacertis dissertatio,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“Some Observations on the Life of Cardinal Pole,” Joyner, William second son of William

“L'accomplissement des Propheties,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Le vray systeme.de l'église et la veritable analyse de la foi,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Jugement sur les me*­thodes rigides et relache'es,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Pliny’s Panegyric,” Kennet, White an English writer

“Installation of Henry duke of Norfolk, Henry earl of Peterborough, and Laurence earl of Rochester, Windsor, July 22, 1685,” King, Gregory a heraldic and commercial writer

“Bibliotheca Bibliothecarum,” Labbe, Philip a celebrated Jesuit

“Rémarques sur l'Institution du Droit Romain, et du Droit François,” Launay, Francis De an able French lawyer

Born: Law, William the author of many pious works of great popularity

Died: Leake, Richard master-gunner of England

Died: Lenfant, James a learned French writer in the eighteenth century

“New Method for a Common-place Book,” Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

“De bello Turcico feliciter conficiendo, &c.” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

“Observations upon the acts of parliament,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

Died: Maimbourg, Louis a man celebrated in the republic of letters

Died: Mairet, John a French poet of later times

“Of Confession to a lawful Priest,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

“Commentaria de Rebelhone Anglicana, ab anno 1640 ad annum 1685,” Manley, De La Riviere an English lady

“Appendix to his Annotations,” Mela, Pomponius an ancient Latin writer

Born: Montgeron, Lewis Basil Carre' De born in 1686

“Oratio inauguralis de Linguarum Orientalium ad intelligentiam Sacrse Scripture utilitate,” Morin, Stephen a learned French protestant

Died: Neercassel, John De a celebrated bishop of the catholics in Holland

“De causis corrupts Jurisprudentise.” Noodt, Gerard a celebrated civilian (?–1725)

“De Ductu salivali novo, Salivfi, ductibus aquosis et humore aqueo oculorum,” Nuck, Anthony a distinguished Dutch physician and anatomist

Died: Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Historia Piscium,” Pepys, Samuel secretary to the admiralty in the reigns of Charles II. and James II. and an eminent benefactor to the literature of his country

“An Essay concerning the Multiplication of Mankind,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“De Insanabili Edclesia Romana, Scepticismo, Dissertatio,” Placette, John De La a protestant minister of great eminence

Died: Poussines, Peter in Latin Possinus (16091686)

Born: Rousset, John De Missy a voluminous French writer

Born: Rundle, Thomas LL. D. an English divine

“Remains,” Rust, George one of the learned divines who was contemporary with Cudworth

“Critical History of the Old Testament.” Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

Died: Solis, Antonio De an ingenious Spanish writer

Died: Spon, James son of the preceding

Died: Steno, Nicholas a Danish anatomist

“Treatise of Spousals, or Matrimonial contracts,” Swinburne, Henry a law writer

“Catalogus auctorum qui librorum catalogos, indices, bibliothecas, virorum literatorum elogia, vitas, ant orationes funebres scriptis consignarunt,” Teissier, Anthony a learned and laborious French writer

Born: Tickell, Thomas son of the rev

“Of the sacraments in general, in pursuance of an explication of the catechism of the church of England,” Towerson, Gabriel a learned English divine

“A Collection of three hundred Letters written to James Usher lord archbishop of Armagh, and most of the eminentest persons for piety and learning in his time both in England and beyond the seas. Collected and published from original copies under their own hands by Richard Parr, D. D. his lordship’s chaplain at the time of his death, uith whom the care of all his papers were intrusted by his lordship,” Usher, James a most illustrious prelate

“Lindenius Renovattis,” Vander-Linden, John Antonides a learned professor of physic at Leyden

“Histoire des Revolutions arrives en Europe en matiere de Religion,” Varillas, Anthony a French writer

“Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“A Vindication of the bishop of Condom’s Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church, in answer to a book entitled, An Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England, &c. With a Letter from the said bishop,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“A Defence of the Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England against the exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, late bishop of Condom, and his Vindicator,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

Born: Wheatley, Charles the author of an excellent illustration of the Book of Common Prayer

“Historiae Piscium libri quatuor, &c.” Willughby, Francis a celebrated natural historian

“De Episcopis,” Ziegler, Gaspar an eminent jurist

1687

“D. Abercrombii Opuscula Medica hactenus edita,” Abercromby, Patrick a physician and historian

“Additions to Helvicus’s Historical and Chronological Theatre,” Allam, Andrew an English writer of the 17th century

“Les Maximes du vrai Chretien,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“C. Rutilius Numantianus,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Lux magica academica, pars secunda, primordia rerum naturulium, sanabilium, infirmarum et incurabilium continens,” Angelieri, Bonaventure a writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Atkins, James bishop of Galloway in Scotland

Died: Aubery, Louis sieur du Maurier

“Histoire des ouvrages des.Savans,” Basnage, Henry

“Laudatio funebris Ludovici Borbonii principis Condaei,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

Born: Bengel, John Albert a learned German divine

Died: Bennet, Robert, B. D. a nonconformist divine

“Histoire et Apologie de la retraite des pasteurs a cause de la persecution,” Benoit, Elias the son of a Calvinist

“Impegni per disgracia,” Bentivoglio, Hyppolitus of Arragon

“De emblemate, nomine atque instituto Alethophilorum, dissertatio publice habita in eorundem academia,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

“Academici concordi,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

Born: Biel, John Christian a Lutheran divine of the last century

“Elementa Geometrices,” Billberg, John a Swedish astronomer

“Catechism of the Council of Trent,” Bromley, John an English clergyman

Died: Brouncker, William viscount Brouncker

“Dissertatio de Therapeutis Philonis adversus Henricum Valesium,” Browne, Thomas a clergyman of the church of England in the seventeenth century

“Travels,” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

Born: Chandler, Mary an ingenious English lady

“With a letter to the Vindicator of the bishop of Condom,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding

Died: Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

Born: Cochin, Henry an eminent French lawyer

“Confucius Sinarum philosophus; sive Scientia Sinica Latine exposita,” Couplet, Philip a Jesuit

“Journal des Savans” Cousin, Lewis president of the Mint

Died: Cutis, John Lord a brave officer in king William’s wars

Died: Desmares, Toussaint priest of the oratory

“Pra?­notionum canonicarum libri quinque,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Born: Drummond, George an eminently patriotic and public-spirited magistrate of Edinburgh

“A vindication of the Answer to some late papers,” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“there was no such thing as true religion in the world, and that the priests of all religions are alike, I might have been as nimble a convert, and as early a defender of the royal papers, as any one of these champions. For why should not one, who believes no religion, declare for any?” Dryden, John an illustrious English poet

“Discussio calumniarum Fellerianarum,” Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

“Opera omnia Physiologica et Anatomica,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“An historical Collection of the Lives and Works of the most celebrated Architects,” Felibien, John Francis son of the preceding

“The Touchstone of Medicines,” Floyer, Sir John an eminent physician

“History of Oracles,” Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier De the son of Frangois le Bovier de Fonienelle

Died: Frischmuth, John an eminent scholar

“Histories Anglicanoe Scriptores quinque, &c.” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

Born: Gardiner, James a brave officer of the army

Born: Gendre, Gilbert Charles Le marquis of St

“Principia” Gregory, David son of the preceding

Born: Grey, Zachary LL. D. an English divine

“Philosophical Transactions.” Halley, Edmund an eminent English philosopher and astronomer

“Catalogue of the Leyden Garden,” Hermann, Paul a celebrated botanist

Died: Hevelius, John a celebrated astronomer and mathematician

“Tabulas Astronomicae,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“Historia Augusta,” Hoffman, John James professor of Greek at Bale

Died: Homberg, William a celebrated chemist

“Apologie pour Paccomplissement de Propbe'ties,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Genealogies excellentium in GaHia familiarum,” Imhoff, John a very famous genealogist

“Traite de Mechanique, de PEquilibre,” Lami, Bernard a learned priest of the Oratory

Born: Lebeuf, John a French historian and antiquary

Died: Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

“Lexicon novum Hebroeo-Latinum,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Died: Linglebach, John a Dutch painter

“Essay concerning Human Understanding,” Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

“A Letter to Edward Stillingfleet, D. D. in answer to the Dedicatory Epistle before, his ordination-sermon, preached at St. Peter’s Cornhill, March 15, 1684, with reflections. on some of Dr. Burnet’s letters on the same subject,” Lowth, Simon an English clergyman

“Specimen commentarii in historian! Ethiopicam,” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

Born: Madden, Samuel

“Vita Johannis Reuchlini,” Maius, John Henry a Lutheran divine

“The Considerations which obliged Peter Manby, Dean of Derry, to embrace the Catholic religion. Dedicated to the Lord Primate of Ireland,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

“A reformed Catechism in two Dialogues,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

Died: Mare, Philibert De La was a counsellor in the parliament of Dijon

Died: Molinet, Claude Du regular canon and procurator general of the congregation of St

“Principia” Molyneux, William, Esq. an excellent mathematician and astronomer

Born: Moncrif, Francis Augustin Paradis De a member of the French academy

Died: Morhof, Daniel George a very learned German

“Naturalis Philosophise Principia Mathematica,” Newton, Sir Isaac the most splendid genius that has yet adorned human nature (1642–?)

Died: Orobio, Balthasar a famous Spanish Jew

“Arnica collatio cum Judæo, &c.” Orobio, Balthasar a famous Spanish Jew

“Traite des 'Lignes du premier genre, de la construction des equations, et des lieux Geometriques, expliquees par une methode nouveile & facile,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

“Reflexions surles differens de la Religion” Pellisson-Fontanier, Paul a French academician

Died: Petit, Peter another very learned Frenchman

“Two Essays in Political Arithmetic,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Five Essays in Political Arithmetic,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Observations upon London and Rome,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Codex Canonum,” Pithou, Francis advocate to the parliament of Paris

Died: Pittis, Thomas an English divine

“La Paix des bonnes Ames,” Poiret, Peter famous only for his love of mysticism and enthusiasm

“The modern Poets,” Prior, Matthew an English poet of considerable eminence

“In usum Delphini,” Prudentius, Clemens Aurelius an ancient Christian poet

Died: Rapin, Renatus a French Jesuit

Born: Rolli, Paul Antonio a learned Italian

Born: Simson, Robert an eminent mathematician

“Philosophical Transactions,” Sloane, Sir Hans an eminent physician

“Life of St. Mary Magdalen of Pazzi,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

Born: Stukeley, William an antiquary of much celebrity

Died: Tertre, John Baptist Du a French Dominican

“Introduction to Puffendorf,” Thomas, Christian a modern philosopher

Born: Tindal, Nicholas nephew to the preceding

“De Medicina Mentis & Corporis,” Tschirnhausen, Ernfroy Walter an ingenious mathematician

Died: Turretin, Francis son to the preceding

“Projet d'une Nouvelle Mechanique,” Varignon, Peter a celebrated French mathematician and priest

“A Reply to the Defence of the Exposition of the Doctrine of the Church of England; being a farther Vindication of the Bishop of Condom’s Exposition of the Doctrine of the Catholic Church. With a second Letter from the Bishop of Meaux,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“An historical treatise of Transubstantiation, wherein is made appear, that, according to the principles of that Church, this doctrine cannot be an article of Faith,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

Died: Waller, Edmund an eminent English poet

Died: Walsh, Peter an Irish catholic of great learning liberality

“Considerations concerning free-schools as settled in JJngland,” Wase, Christopher a man of considerable learning

“The Speculum Ecclesiasticum considered, inits false reasonings and quotations,” Wharton, Henry an English divine

“Additions” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

“A new der scription of the city of Paris, in two parts, out of the French,” Wright, Abraham a learned and loyal divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Wyndham, Sir William an eminent statesman

1688

“Nouvelles Observations, ou Guerre civile des Frangais sur la langue,” Alemand, Louis-Augustine a miscellaneous French writer of considerable note

“L'Adieu de St. Paul aux Ephesiens, Sermon,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Reflections upon the books of the Holy Scripture, to establish the truth of the Christian Religion,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“A discourse concerning Penance,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“An historical discourse concerning the necessity of the Ministers’ intention in administering the Sacrament,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

Born: Ames, Joseph the celebrated typographical historian

“L‘Irrevocabilité de l’Edit de Nantes prouvé par les principes du droit & de la politique,” Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“The King’s right of Indulgence in Spiritual matters, with the equity thereof, asserted,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

“A Defence of the Plain Man’s Reply to the Catholic Missionaries,” Assheton, Dr. William son of Mr

“A few plain reasons why a Protestant of the church of England should not turn Roman catholic,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Barre, Lewis Francis Joseph De La a learned French historian

“Pharmacopoeia Batcana; in qua octoginta circiter pharmaca plcraque omnia e praxiGeorgii Batei regi Carolo 2clo proto-medici excerpta,” Bate, George an eminent physician

“Defense” Benoit, Elias the son of a Calvinist

“De mensuris & ponderibus antiquis, libri tres,” Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

Died: Bernier, Francis was distinguished in the brilliant age of Louis XIV. as a philosopher and traveller

“Eloge de M. Chapelle,” Bernier, Francis was distinguished in the brilliant age of Louis XIV. as a philosopher and traveller

Born: Berriman, William a pious and learned English divine

“Incunabula typographic, sive Catalogus librorum proximis ab iwentione typographic annis ad annum 1500, editorum,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

“Anatomia practica rationalis,” Blancard, Stephen son to the preceding

“A Geographical Dictionary,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

Born: Bott, Thomas an English clergyman of ingenuity and learning

“A disquisition about the final causes of natural things; wherein it is enquired, whether, and, if at all, with what caution, a naturalist should admit them.” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Saul and Samuel at Endor, or the new waies of salvation and service, which usually tempt men to Rome, and detain them there, truly represented and refuted,” Brevint, Daniel a learned divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Brumoy, Peter a celebrated French writer

Died: Bunyan, John author of the justly-admired allegory of the “Pilgrim’s Progress

“Rudimentum Anglo-Latinum, Grammatica literalis et numeralis,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

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

Born: Castel, Lewis Bertrand a geometrician and philosopher

Born: Catherine, Alexievna a country girl of the name of Martha

“Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Historia Literaria i. e. A Literary History of Ecclesiastical Writers, in two parts,” Cave, William a very learned divine

“Collectanea Historic Samaritanae, quotquot inveniri potuerunt,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Born: Cellier, Remi a voluminous French biographer

Born: Cheselden, William an eminent surgeon and anatomist

“Conjecturae de perpetuo azymorum usu in ecclcsia Latina,” Ciampini, John Justin a learned Italian

“Primitive Fpiscopacy,” Clarkson, David a nonconformist divine of considerable celebrity

Born: Cochin, Charles Nicholas a famous French engraver

“Historia Candidue Hiu, Christianas Sinensis,” Couplet, Philip a Jesuit

“Canzone per la nascita del seren. real principe de Y^llia, cji Variinaco Cognimembresi,” Crescimbeni, John Mario an Italian poet

“The Theory of the Earth;” Croft, Herbert an eminent prelate

Died: Cudworth, Ralph a learned English divine and philosopher

Born: D'Antine, Francis D'Antine

“Two short Discourses against the Romanists. 1. An Account of the fundamental Principle of Popery, and of the insufficiency of the proofs which they have for it. 2. An Answer to six Queries proposed to a gentlewoman of the Church of England, by an emissary of the Church of Rome,” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

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

“Eloges des personnes illustres de l‘Ancient Testament^ pour donner quelque teinture de l’Histoire Sacree, a I‘usage de monseigneur le due de Bourgogne,’” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Reponse a M. Furetiere,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“An Account of the rejoycing at the diet of Ratisbonne, performed by sir George Etherege, knight, residing therefrom his majesty of Great Britain; upon occasion of the birth of the prince of Wales. In a letter from himself.” Etherege, George a celebrated wit and comic writer in the reigns of king Charles II. and king James II. is said to have been descended of an ancient family in Oxfordshire

Died: Fabri, Honore' an industrious and learned Jesuit

“Scriptorum recentiorum Decas,” Fabricius, John Albert one of the most eminenjt and laborious scholars of his time in Europe

“Du Digeste,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

“Des Novelles,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

Died: Flatman, Thomas an English poet

“Pastoral Poems, with a Discourse on the Eclogue, and a digression on the ancients and moderns,” Fontenelle, Bernard Le Bovier De the son of Frangois le Bovier de Fonienelle

Born: Forcellini, Egidio an eminent lexicographer

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

Born: Freret, Nicolas an author of profound learning and considerable abilities

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

Died: Fulman, William an English antiquary

Died: Furetiere, Antony an ingenious and learned lawyer

Born: Furstenau, John-Herman an eminent physician

Born: Gay, John a very popular English poet

“Chizzouck Emounak,” Gousset, James an eminent protestant divine

Born: Gravesande, William James an eminent Dutch philosopher

“Practica qua humani morbi describtmtur,” Groenvelt, John a physician

Died: Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

Born: Hare, Dr. Francis an English bishop

Born: Hochstetter, Andrew-Adam a protestant divine

“Chrouicon Paschale,” Hody, Humphrey an eminent English divine

Born: Holdsworth, Edward a very polite and elegant Scholar (?–1746)

“Institutiones Historiae civilis;” Huber, Ulric a native of Dockum

“De mensuris & ponderibus antiquis Libri tres,” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“An Historical Examination of the Authority of General Councils,” Jenkin, Robert a learned English divine

“Traite de TumlS del'eglise,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Dell' antico Gimusio Napolitano,” Lasena, Peter a learned Italian

“Commentaries on Anthony Loisel’s Instituts Couturaiers,” Launay, Francis De an able French lawyer

Born: Lisle, Joseph Nicholas De younger brother of the preceding

“Bibliotheque Universelle” Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

“Epistolse Samaritans Sichetnitarum ad Jobum Ludolphum, &c.” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

Born: Marivaux, Peter Carlet De Chamblain De a celebrated French writer of the drama and of romance

“Secular Ode in Commemoration of the Glorious Revolution,” Mason, William a distinguished poet and divine of the last century

“Traite des Maladies des Femmes grosses, et de celles qui sont accouchées,” Mauriceau, Francis an eminent French accoucheur

Died: Mellan, Claude a French engraver and designer

Born: Meston, William an ingenious burlesque poet of Scotland

“A collection of the Church History of Palestine, from the birth of Christ, to the beginning of the empire of Diocletian,” Milner, John a learned English divine

Born: Moine, Francis Le an ingenious French painter

“Analecta Graeca sive vuria opuscula, Gr. & Lat.” Montfaucon, Bernard De a Benedictine of the congregation of St

“Collectanea,” Nalson, John an historical writer

“The theory and regulation of Love, a moral essay,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“L‘usage du Compas de proportion, explique & demontre d’une maniere courte & facile, & augmente d'un Traite de la division des champs,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

“Usage de l'instrument universel pour resoudre promptement & tres-exactement tous les problemes de la Geometric- pratique sans aucun calcul,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

“Treatise of Faith,” Peacock, Reynold bishop of St

Died: Perrault, Claude an eminent French architect

“Scrinium Plotianum Staffordiense.” Plot, Robert eminent for being the first who formed a plan for a natural history of England

Born: Pluche, Antony a French writer

Born: Pope, Alexander the most elegant and popular of all English poets

“The Validity of the Orders of the Church of England made out against the objections of the papists in several letters to a gentleman of Norwich, &c.” Prideaux, Humphrey a learned English divine

Born: Quenstedt, John Andrew a Lutheran divine

“Martini Themidis exercitationes,” Schoockius, Martin a learned and very laborious writer

“The texts examined, which papists cite out of the Bible concerning prayer in an unknown tongue.” Scott, Dr. John a learned English divine

“Principles of Astronomy and Navigation,” Sinclare, George professor of philosophy in the university of Glasgow in the seventeenth century

“A pacific Discourse or, the causes and remedies of the differences about religion, which distract the peace of Christendom,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

“The people’s right to read the Holy Scriptures asserted,” Stratford, Nicholas a pious and learned bishop of Chester

“The lay-Christian’s obligation to read the Holy Scriptures,” Stratford, Nicholas a pious and learned bishop of Chester

“The Protestant and Popish way of interpreting Scripture, impartially compared, in answer to Pax vobis, &c.” Tenison, Thomas a learned and worthy prelate

“Notitia EcclesiiE Cathedralis Carliolensis una cum Catalogo Priorum, dum Conventualis erat, & Decanorum & Canonicorum quum Collegiata. Notitia Prioratus de Wedderhall cum Catalogo omnium Benefactorum qui ad ambas has sacras Ædes stfuendas, dotandas, & ornandas, pecuniam, terras & ornamenta, vel aliqua alia beneficia, pie & munifice contulerunt.” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

“Numismata aerea imperatorum. Augustorirm, & Caesarum, in coloniis, rnunicipiis, & urbibus jure Latio donatis, ex omni mo.dula percussa,” Vaillant, John Foi a great medallist

“A Discourse concerning the nature of Idolatry, in which a late author’s true and only notion of Idolatry is considered and confuted,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“Sure and honest means for the conversion of all Heretics,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“Two Discourses of Purgatory and Prayer for the Dead,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“A Continuation of the present State of the Controversy between the Church of England and the Church of Rome; being a full account of the books published on both sides,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“A preparation for death, being a letter to a young gentlewoman in France,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

“Errata’s of the Protestant Bible,” Ward, Thomas whom we mentioned under the article Edward Ward

“A treatise proving Scripture to be the rule of Faith, writ by Reginald Pecock, bishop of Chichester, before the reformation, about 1450,” Wharton, Henry an English divine

“The Enthusiasm of the Church of Rome demonstrated in some observations upon the Life of Ignatius Loyola,” Wharton, Henry an English divine

Died: Winwood, Sir Ralph secretary of state in the reign of James I. was son of Mr (?–1617)

1689

“Traite de la Divinitie de notre Seigneur Jesus Christ,” Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

“Fur Academicus,” Abercromby, Patrick a physician and historian

“De praestantia virorum sui aevi,” Accolti, Benedetto an eminent lawyer and historian of the fifteenth century

“The judgment of the ancient Jewish Church, against the Unitarians, in the controversy upon the Holy Trinity, and the divinity of our blessed Saviour,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“An Examination of the scruples of those who refuse to take the Oaths,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

Born: Alt, Francis Joseph Nicholas Baron D' the descendant of an ancient patrician family of Fribourg in Swisserland

Born: Alticozzi, Laurence of an illustrious family at Cortona

“Irenicum Numae Pompilii cum Hippocrate, quo veterum medicorum et philosophorum hypotheses, &c. a prseconceptis opinionibus vindicantur,” Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

Died: Annand, William dean of Edinburgh in Scotland

“De veris operibus, &c.” Antelmi, Joseph a French ecclesiastic and antiquary

Born: Ardene, John Paul De Rome D' brother of the preceding

Born: Arnoult, John Baptist an ex-jesuit

“Antiquit. Danic. libri tres,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

“Istoria universale di tutti i Concili Geiierali,” Battaglini, Mark was born at Rimini

Born: Beauchamps, Pierre François Godard De a French miscellaneous writer

Born: Benzelius, Henry archbishop of Upsal

“Laodamia,” Bernard, Catharine of the academy of the Ricovrati of Padua

“Private Devotions, with a brief explication of the Ten Commandments,” Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

“Etymologicum Britannicum, or derivations of the British and English words from the Russian, Sclavonian, Persian, and Armenian languages printed at the end of Dr. Hickes’s Grammatica Anglo- Saxonica & Moeso-Gotthica,” Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

“Medical Essays,” Bernier, John a physician

Died: Bigot, Emeric an eminent patron of literature

Died: Blanchet, Thomas a painter

“De duumviratu hypocliondrioium,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“De officio medici duplici, clinini nimirum ac forensis,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“De renunciatione vulnerum lethalium examen,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“The Doctrine of Passive Obedience and Non-Resistance no way concerned in the controversies now depending between the Williamites and the Jacobites,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“The late lord Russel’s case, with observations upon it,” Booth, Henry earl of Warrington

Born: Bottari, John a very learned prelate of the court of Rome

“Historical Diary,” Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

“Translation of the Dialogues of Gregory the Great,” Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

“Rudimentum Grammaticæ Græco-Latinæ Metricum,” Busby, Richard the most eminent schoolmaster in his time

“A Latin Grammar,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Died: Cheminais, Timoleon a celebrated French preacher

Died: Christina queen of Sweden

“Traité des Excommunications,” Collet, Philibert a learned advocate of parliament of Dombes

“Vindiciae juris regii, or remarks upon a paper entitled An Enquiry into the measures of submission to the Supreme Authority,” Collier, Jeremy an eminent English divine

Died: Compte, Nicholas De a French monk

“The Life of St. Francis de Sales,” Cotolendi, Charles an advocate in the parliament of Paris

“Poems,” Cotton, Charles an English poet

Born: Coxeter, Thomas a faithful and industrious collector of old English literature

“Dissertations on Irenseus,” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

“Les Lois civiles, dans leur ordre naturel,” Domat, John a French lawyer

Born: Duncombe, William an ingenious poetical and miscellaneous writer

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

Born: Eller, John Theodore, De Brockhusen a physician of Prussia

Died: Ent, George a very ingenious physician

“Treatise on the Pythoness;” Eustathius, St. a pious and learned bishop of Berea

Born: Ferg, Francis Paul a German artist

Died: Ferri, Ciro a skilful painter

“Two Treatises on Government,” Filmer, Sir Robert son of sir Edward Filmer

Born: Foster, Sir Michael an eminent lawyer

Died: Gandy, James an able artist

Died: Goad, John an eminent classical teacher

Born: Gorter, John De a physician

“A Letter to his curates, at Easington and Sedgefield,” Greenville, Denis a younger son of the preceding

Born: Grive, John De La a French topographer and engraver

Died: Guidi, Alexander an Italian poet

Died: Gundling, Nicholas Jerome a German lawyer and historian

“De morbis acutis infantum,” Harris, Walter a learned English physician

“Remarks upon the Trials of Edward Fitzharris, Stephen Coiledge, count Coningsmarke, the lord Russel, &c.” Hawles, John an English lawyer

“The Magistracy and Government of England vindicated; or a justification of the English method of proceedings against criminals, by way of answer to the Defence of the late lord Russel’s innocence,” Hawles, John an English lawyer

“A Discourse concerning the Nature of Schism,” Henry, Matthew an eminent dissenting teacher

“Institutiones Grammaticse Anglo-Saxonicae & Maeso-Gothicae. Grammatica Islandica Runolphi Jonas. Catalogus librorum Septentrionalium. Accedit Edwardi Bernardi Etymologicum Britannicum,” Hickes, George an English divirre of uncommon abilities and learning

“Dissertations upon Irenams,” Hody, Humphrey an eminent English divine

“The Parson’s case under the present Land-Tax, recommended in a Letter to a member of the House of Commons,” Hooper, Dr. George an eminent English divine

“Historia Shahiludii” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“An Argument in the case of Monopolies,” Jeffreys, Lord George baron Wem (16451689)

Born: Joubert, Francis a learned priest of Montpellier

Born: Keysler, John George a learned antiquary of Germany

“Tractatus de persecutionibus Ecclesise primitive, veterumque Martyrum cruciatibus,” Kortholt, Christian a learned professor of divinity at Kiel

“Art of Glass-making” Kunckel, John a celebrated chemist

“Conjectures Physiques sur divers effets du Tonnerre,” Lami, Dom. Francis a pious and learned Benedictine of the congregation of St

Died: Lancisi, John-Maria a celebrated physician

“Letters” Launoi, John De a very learned man and voluminous writer

“The Princess of Cleve,” Lee, Nathaniel an English dramatic poet

“The Joy of Faith,” Lee, Samuel an English nonconformist divine

Born: Leonardo, Leo principal organist of the chapel royaj at Naples

“Letter on Toleration,” Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

Died: Lodge, William a spirited and tasteful engraver of the seventeenth century

“Remarque* sur les pensees enjouez & serieux, &c.” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

“Polygamia triumphata,” Lyserus, John another learned protestant

“Monogamia victrix,” Lyserus, John another learned protestant

“Historicorum Burgundise conspectus,” Mare, Philibert De La was a counsellor in the parliament of Dijon

“A History of Tenths, and other temporal Goods of the Church,” Marsollier, James a French historian of some credit

“An account of the growth of Popery and arbitrary government in England; more particularly, from the long prorogation of Nov. 1675, ending the 15th of Feb. 1676, till the last meeting of parliament the 16th of July, 1677; _1678,” Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

“A Disserta.­tion on the Gout,” Mauduit, Michael a divine of some eminence in France

“A short Dissertation concerning the four last Kings of Judah,” Milner, John a learned English divine

Died: Moine, Stephen Le a very learned French minister of the Protestant religion

“Philosophical Transactions.” Molyneux, William, Esq. an excellent mathematician and astronomer

Born: Molyneux, Samuel son of the above

“Phthisioiogia, seu Exercitationes de Phthisi,” Morton, Richard an eminent physician

Died: Motteville, Frances Bertaud De a celebrated French lady

“Reason and Religion; or the grounds and measures of Devotion considered from the nature of God and the nature of man, in several contemplations. With exercises of devotion applied to every contemplation,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

Born: Oliva, John an Italian antiquary

“Histoire des deux conquerants Tartares Chimchi et Camhi, qui ont subjugue la Chine,” Orleans, Peter Joseph D' a Jesuit who acquired a considerable reputation in his own country as a historian

Born: Piron, Alexis a French dramatic poet

“Observationes ad Codicem,” Pithou, Francis advocate to the parliament of Paris

“De arte excer-, pendi,” Placcius, Vincent an eminent philologer of Hamburgh

“Elements,” Prestet, John, a priest of the oratory

Died: Puffendorf, Samuel an eminent German civilian and historian

Died: Rawlinson, Christopher of CarkhalL in Lancashire

“Theorie de la manoeuvre des Vaisseaux,” Renau D'Elisagaray, Bernard an able naval architect

Born: Richardson, Samuel a celebrated writer of novels

“Lond. 1688, 4to. 10. '^ A Letter of reconciliation to bishop H6oper,” Ridley, Nicholas an eminent English prelate

“Theses Theologicos de generatione filii, et morte fidelium temporali,” Roell, Hermann-Alexander a celebrated protestant divine

“Lux occidentalis or Providence displayed in the coronation of king William and queen Mary,” Rogers, Thomas another English divine

Died: Ruffi, Anthony De the historian of Marseilles

“Schola Botanica,” Sherard, William a very learned botanist

Died: Sherlock, Richard was born in 1613

“Critical History of the Old Testament,” Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

“Auctio Davisiana,” Smalridge, George a learned prelate

“Musae Anglicange.” Smalridge, George a learned prelate

Born: Smith, Robert the very learned successor of Bentley as master of Trinity college

Died: Sydenham, Thomas a very eminent physician

“A Discourse on the Ecclesiastical commission, proving it agreeable to the word of God, useful to the convocation, &c.” Tenison, Thomas a learned and worthy prelate

“History of the Desertion,” Treby, George a learned judge

“The king,” Walker, George an Irish divine

“A true Account of the Siege of Londonderry,” Walker, George an Irish divine

“Pappi libri secundi collectionum inathematicorum hactenus desiderati fragmentum.” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Died: Ward, Seth an English prelate

Born: Webster, William ar learned and laborious divine

Born: Welsted, Leonard a minor poet and miscellaneous writer

Born: Wilson, Bernard an English divine and writer

1690

Born: Adami, Lionardo an ingenious classical scholar

“The Catechumen; or an account given by a young Person to a Minister of his knowledge in Religion, &c.” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“Nouvelles remarques de M. de Vuugelas sur la langue Franchise, ouvrage posthume, avec des observations de M. H.” Alemand, Louis-Augustine a miscellaneous French writer of considerable note

“Histoire monastique d'lrelande,” Alemand, Louis-Augustine a miscellaneous French writer of considerable note

“Some remarks upon the ecclesiastical history of the ancient Churches of Piedmont,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“L'art de vivre heureux,” Ameline, Claude a French ecclesiastic

“Praxis vulnerurn lethalium,” Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

“La France interessée a rétablir l'Edit de Nantes,” Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“Histoire de l'Etablissement des François Refugiez dans les Etats de son altesse electorate de Brandebourg,” Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“Epistolary Correspondence;” Atterbury, Francis bishop of Rochester in the reigns of queen Anne and king George I. was born March 6

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

Died: Baker, Thomas an eminent mathematician in the seventeenth century

“Versi e Prose,” Baldi, Bernard born at Urbino in the year 1553

“Synopsis pharmaceutica,” Barchausen, John Conrad an eminent physician

Died: Barclay, Robert the celebrated apologist for the Quakers

Born: Baring, Daniel Eberhard was born in 1690 in Hildesheim

Died: Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Born: Bassius, Henry a surgeon and anatomist of considerable reputation

“Veteres arcus Augustorum, triumphis insignes, ex reliquiis quae Rom* adhuc supersunt,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

“Brutus” Bernard, Catharine of the academy of the Ricovrati of Padua

“Misnoe pars prima, ordinis primi Zeraim tituli septem,” Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

“Censura Celebrium Authorum” Blount, Sir Thomas Pope an eminent writer towards the close of the seventeenth century

Born: Bougeant, William Hyacinth a French historian and miscellaneous writer

Born: Bouillet, John a French medical writer

“An essay on the great effects of even, languid, and unheeded motion; whereunto is annexed an experimental discourse of some hitherto little regarded causes of the salubrity and insalubrity of the air, and its effects;” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Medicina Hydrostatica or, Hydrostatics applied to the materia medica, shewing how, by the weight that divers bodies used in physic have in water, one may discover whether they be genuine or adulterate. To which is subjoined a previous hydrostatical way of estimating ores,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“An Historical Treatise of Cities and Burghs or Boroughs,” Brady, Robert a noted historian and physician of the seventeenth century

“Imperio vindicate,” Caraccio, Anthony baron of Corano

“Ger. Jo. Vossii & clarorum Virorum ad.eum Epistoiae,” Carleton, Sir Dudley

Born: Carteret, John earl Granville

“Musaeum Romanum,” Chausse, Michael Angelo De La a learned antiquary of Paris in the last century

“Sermons” Cheminais, Timoleon a celebrated French preacher

“Vetera monumenta, in quibus praecipua Musiva opera, sacrarum profanarumque aedium structura, dissertationibus iconibusque illustrantur,” Ciampini, John Justin a learned Italian

“Annotations on the Bible,” Clarke, Samuel son of the preceding

“Reflections upon Varillas’s History,” Clerc, John Le brother to the preceding

“Tr. de l'Usure,” Collet, Philibert a learned advocate of parliament of Dombes

“A Caution against Inconsistency, or the connection between praying and swearing, in relation to the Civil Powers,” Collier, Jeremy an eminent English divine

Died: Collings, John an eminent nonconformist divine

Died: Dappers, Oliver a physician at Amsterdam

Born: Deslandes, Andrew Francis Boltreau a French writer

“Act. Eruditorum Lipsiensiutn,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

“Mundus Muliebris; or, the ladies dressing-room unlocked, and her toilette spread. In burlesque. Together with the Fop- Dictionary, compiled for the use of the fairsex,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher

Died: Fage, Raimond De La a self-taught genius

Born: Fizes, Anthony an eminent physician of Montpellier

Died: Flechier, Esprit the celebrated bishop of Nismes

Born: Folkes, Martin an eminent English scholar and antiquary

“An Answer to the Paper delivered by Mr. Ashton at his execution,” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

Died: Frankland, Thomas an English physician and historian of singular character

Died: Gadbury, John one of the astrological impostor* of the seventeenth century

“Super auspicatissimo regis Gulielmi in Hiberniam descensu, et salva ex Hibernia reditu, carmen gratulatorium,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

Born: Gronovius, John Frederick a physician and botanist of considerable learning

“St. Chrysostom’s Letter to Cassarius,” Hardouin, John a French Jesuit

“Tumulus Tridentini Concilii,” Heidegger, John Henry a protestant divine of Switzerland

Born: Hepburn, Robert a miscellaneous writer

Died: Hermant, Godfrey a learned and pious doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Heusinger, John Michael a celebrated Saxon divine and scholar

“Francisci Ariosti de oleo mentis Zibinii, seu petroleo agri Mutinensis,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professo