Events noted in 1670

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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 (?–1706)

“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 (?–1716)

“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 (?–1697)

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 German 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 a celebrated physician and chemist

“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

Died: Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Amst. 1670, 2 vols. 8vo. 3.” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“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 (?–1586)

“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 (?–1680)

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