Events noted in 1665

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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 (?–1680)

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 (16601752)

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 (?–1706)

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 Da Cortona

“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