Events noted in 1660

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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 (16601752)

“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 Lord Dorchester

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 (?–1706)

“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 (?–1706)

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