Events noted in 1675

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Died: Achilles, Alexander a nobleman of Prussia

Died: Acuna, Christopher a Spanish Jesuit and missionary

“The present State of the Jews (more particularly relating to those in Barbary), wherein is contained an exact account of their customs secular and religious, &c.” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“Theatrum Funebre, exhibens epitaphia nova, antiqua, seria, jocosa,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Iter oratorium,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Eloges de des Adrets, Depuy-Montbrun, Colignon,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

Born: Andrew, Yves Mary a French Jesuit

Born: Angelis, Dominico De author of several pieces relating to the history of literature

Born: Avrigny, Hyacinth Richard a French historian

Born: Bagford, John an industrious antiquary and collector of literary curiosities

“Infunere Gabrielis Cossartii carmen,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Dissertationes de experientia et ratione conjnngenda in Physica, Medicina, et Chirurgia,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

Born: Benedict Xiv., Pope whose name was Prosper Lambertini

Born: Benzelius, Eric archbishop of Upsal

Died: Bering, Vitus a Latin poet

“Cours d' Architecture,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“De Alkali et Acidi insuificientia pro principiorum corporum naturalium. munere gerendo,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“Rohaulti tractatus physicus, e Gallico in Latinam versus,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Osservazione dell' ecclissi lunare, fatta in Roma,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Died: Boreman, Robert a pious and learned divine of the seventeenth century

“Cogitationes de variis linguae Latinas cetatibus,” Borrichius a very learned physician

Born: Bosch, Balthasar Vanden an artist

“Traité de poeme epique” Bossu, Rene Le a distinguished French critic

“Fondation de l'universite, &e,” Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

“Some considerations about the reconeileableness of reason and religion. By T. E. a layman. To which is annexed, a discourse about the possibility of the Resurrection by Mr. Boyle,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

Died: Bruin, John De professor of natural philosophy and mathematics at Utrecht

“Jus criminis, or an abridgment of the laws of treason, murther, conspiracies, poisonings, &c.” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“Heartsalve for a wounded Soul, &c.” Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Born: Carriera, Rosalba an eminent female artist

“Tavernier’s Voyages,” Chapuzeau, Samuel a protestant writer

“Delle, scene, e theatri opera posthuma,” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Clarke, Dr. Samuel a very celebrated English divine

“Nolens Volens or, you shall make Latin, whether you will or no; containing the plainest directions that have been yet given upon that subject,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

Died: Conrart, Valentin secretary of the French king’s council

“Commentaries of Blaise de Montluc,” Cotton, Charles an English poet

“Philosophical Collections.” Croune, William an eminent physician and benefactor to the science

Died: Dati, Charles professor of polite literature at Florence

“The Burnt Child dreads the Fire, or an examination of the merits of the Papists, relating to England, mostly from their own pens, in justification of the late act of parliament for preventing dangers which may happen from popish recusants,” Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Born: Desault, Peter a French physician

Born: Ditton, Humphrey an eminent mathematician

Born: Douglas, James an eminent physician

“Histoire du droit Canonique,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“The Baronage of England,” Dugdale, Sir William an eminent English antiquary and historian

“Terra: a philosophical discourse of earth, relating to the culture and improvement of it for vegetation, and the propagation of plants, &c. as it was presented to the royal society, April 29th, 1675,” Evelyn, John celebrated as a philosopher (?–1706)

Died: Everdingen, Aldret Van the nephew of the former

Born: Fantoni, John a celebrated physician

“Commentary on the sum of St. Thomas,” Ferre, Vincent a Dominican

Died: Flameel, Bertholet a painter of historical subjects

Born: Freind, John a learned English physician

Died: Frenicle De Bessy, Bernard a celebrated French mathematician of the seventeenth century

Died: Galeano, Joseph a physician of great repute at Palermo; and not for skill and learning in his profession only

“The Sicilian Muse,” Galeano, Joseph a physician of great repute at Palermo; and not for skill and learning in his profession only

“Liberat,” Garnier, John a Jesuit

“Examination of the case of the Quakers concerning Oaths, propounded by them, ann. f673, to the consideration of the king and both houses of parliament,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

“England’s Passing-Bell, a poem written soon after the year of the plague, the fire of London, and the Dutch war,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

Born: Graham, George clock and watch maker

“Dissertatio de carentia sensus et cognitionis in Brutis,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Supplementa lacunarum in ^nea Tactico, Dione Cassio, et Arriano,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

Born: Gros, Nicholas Le a learned French theologian

Born: Grosvenor, Benjamin a pious dissenting divine

“Lacedemone Ancienne et Nouvelle,” Guillet, De Saint George, Guy a French historian

“A Century of Sermons upon several remarkable subjects” Hacket, John bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

Born: Hedericus, Benjamin of Haiti

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

Born: Hopkins, John another son of the bishop of Londonderry

“A choice and practical Exposition, upon the 4, 47, 51, and 63 Psalms,” Horton, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

Born: Hunter, Christopher an eminent physician and antiquary of Durham

Died: Jay, Gui Michel Le an advocate in the parliament of Paris (15881674)

Died: Johnston, John an eminent naturalist

“Notitia Provinciarum Imperil utriusque cum Notis,” Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

Born: Languet, John Baptist Joseph great grand nephew of the preceding

“Nero Emperor of Rome,” Lee, Nathaniel an English dramatic poet

“Nov. Test. Gracum,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Born: Lisle, William De son to the preceding

“Canones chronologici,” Lydiat, Thomas an eminent English scholar

Born: Maffei, Francis Scipio a celebrated Italian writer

“The protection with which his Gallic majesty honoured the French academy;” Monnoye, Bernard De La a learned French poet

Born: Newcomb, Thomas son of a worthy clergy

“Conjectures,” Obrecht, Ulric a learned German

“Thesaurus rerum publicarum totius orbis,” Oldenburger, Philip Andrew an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva

“Alcibiades” Otway, Thomas one of the first names in the English drama

“Suetonius ex Numismatibus illustratus,” Patin, Charles son of the preceding

Born: Pengelly, Sir Thomas a learned judge

“The continued Gry of the oppressed for Justice; giving an account of the cruel and unjust proceedings against the persons and estates of many of the people called Quakers.” Penn, William the son of the preceding

“Theatrum Poetarum, or a compleat collection of the Poets, especially the most eminent of all ages, the Ancients distinguish't from the Moderns in their several alphabets. With some observations- and reflections upon many of them, particularly those of our own nation. Together with a prefatory discourse of the Poets and Poetry in general,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Born: Porée, Charles a zealous and learned Jesuit

“Elemens de Mathematiques.” Prestet, John, a priest of the oratory

“Iphigenia,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

“Triginta arcana Biblica contestantia aeram Christi anno mundi 4041, non 4000 ut Calovius docet,” Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Died: Roberts, Francis a puritan divine

Died: Roberval, Giles-Personne an eminent French mathematician

Died: Rohault, James a French philosopher

Died: Sackville, Charles sixth earl of Dorset and Middlesex

Born: St. Simon, Louis De Rouvroi, Duke Of a French writer of memoirs

“Academia Todesca della architettura, scultura, e pittura, oderTeutsche academic der edlen banbild-rnahleren-kunste,” Sandrart, Joachim a German painter

Died: Saussay, Andrew Du doctor of law and divinity

Born: Say, Samuel a dissenting minister of considerable talents

Born: Scott, David was born near Haddington

“Discourses on Conscience.” Sharp, John a learned and worthy prelate

Died: Smith, Richard one of the earliest book-collectors upon record

“Physica electiva, et Hypothetica,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“Cum notis & numismatibus a Carolo Patin,” Suetonius, Caius Suetonius Tranquillus an ancient historian and biographer

Born: Thomas, Elizabeth known to the world by the name of Corinna

Died: Tooke, George of Popes

“A Letter to Mr. Richard Baxter, &c.” Tully, Thomas a learned English divine and controversial writer

“Notitia Galliarum, ordine alphabetico digesta,” Valesius, Adrian brother of Henry

Died: Wilkinson, Henry one of the sons of the preceding

1676

Born: Abel, Gaspar a native of Halberstadt

“Hortus variarum Inacriptionum veterum et novarum,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Abre‘ge’ de la foy et de la morale de l‘eglise, tiree de l’ecriture sainte,” Alexander, Noel, In Latin Natalis a learned ecclesiastical writer of the 17th century

Died: Alix, Peter a French writer of considerable spirit

“Character naturalis plantarum,” Amman, Paul a learned German physician and botanist

“Truth unveiled, in behalf of the Church of England; being a vindication of Mr. John Standish’s sermon, preached before the king, and published by his majesty’s command,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

Born: Argota, Jerome Contador B' a learned Portuguese theatine monk

“Historical account of the City of Messina,” Baeli, Francis a native of Milazzo in Sicily

“The Anarchy of the Ranters and other Libertines, &e.” Barclay, Robert the celebrated apologist for the Quakers

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

“De Longobardis,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Died: Basier, Isaac a learned divine of the seventeenth century

“Panegyrici veteres, ad usum Delphmi,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Tractatus de Apoplexia,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“J. P. Bellorii nummus Antonini Pii de anni novi auspiciis explicatus,” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

Born: Bertoli, John Dominick an Italian antiquary of the last century

“Resolution des quatre principaux problemes d' Architecture,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“Historia Belli Sueco-Danici annis 1643 1645,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Boindin, Nicholas born at Paris in 1676

Died: Bond, John LL. D. was the son of Dennis Bond

Born: Boston, Thomas a popular and learned Scotch divine

“Ophthalmographia” Briggs, William an eminent physician

Died: Cano, Alfonso a Spanish artist

Born: Cases, Peter James a painter

Died: Chauveau, Francis a painter

“Essay on the Composition of a Sermon,” Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

“An English Dictionary, explaining the difficult terms that are used in divinity, husbandry, physic, philosophy, law, navigation, mathematics, and other arts and sciences,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

Born: Collins, Anthony an eminent writer on the side of infidelity

Died: Colwil, Alexander a Scotch divine and poet

Born: Conca, Sebastian a very popular artist

“A packet of advices and animadversions, sent from London to the men of Shaftesbury, which is of use for all his majesty’s subjects in the three kingdoms,” Cooper, Anthony Ashley earl of Shaftesbury

Died: Cortesi, Jacob called Borgognone

Born: Crawford, William was born at Kelso

“The Naked Truth;” Croft, Herbert an eminent prelate

Died: Digby, Lord George an English nobleman of great parts

“Memoires pour servir a l'Histoire de Flantes,” Dodart, Denis doctor regent of the faculty of medicine at Paris

“Musae Subsecivae, sen Poetica Stromata,” Duport, James a learned Greek scholar

Born: Earle, Jabez a dissenting minister of considerable note

“Ancilla Pietatis, or Hand-maid to private devo* tion,” Featley, Daniel a learned controversial divine of the church of England

“Les Principes de l'Architecture, de la Sculpture, et de la Peinture, avec un dictionaire des termes propres de ces artes,” Felibien, Andrew Sieur des Avaux et de Javerci

Died: Figrelius, Emundls a learned Swede

“Carmen funebre, ex occasione Northampton^ conflagrate,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

Died: Fowler, Christopher a clergyman originally of the church of England

“Philosophia generalis in duas partes disterminata, &c.” Gale, Theophilus a learned divine among the nonconformists

Born: Gethin, Lady Grace an English lady of uncommon parts

Born: Giannone was born at Ischitella

“Essays on several important subjects in Philosophy and Religion,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Died: Graindorge, Andrew an ingenious Frenchman

Born: Grange, Joseph De Chancel De La a French satirist and dramatic poet

Died: Greaves, John an eminent mathematician and antiquary

Died: Greenhill, John a very ingenious English painter

Born: Hanmer, Sir Thomas, Bart. a distinguished statesman and polite writer

Died: Hedelin, Francis at first an advocate

Died: Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

“Tragicocomcedia, et Ludi innocui de Juljano Imperatore Apostata,” Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

Born: Hoadly, Benjamin a prelate celebrated for his controversial talents

“Florilegium Altdorfinum,” Hoffman, Maurice a physician

“The great Law of Consideration: or, a discourse wherein the nature, usefulness, and absolute necessity of consideration, in order to a truly serious and religious life, are laid open,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“De Ranis dissertatio, Romae,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“De Lapide Philosophorurn,” Kelley a famous English alchymist

“Consilia qu&dam et experimenta,” Langius, John an eminent physician

“Exposition of Dionysius Syrus, on St. Mark,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Schema Sanctae Congregationis,” Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

Died: Maignan, Emanuel a religious minim

“Conversations Chretiennes, dans lesquelles sont justifié la verite de la religion & de la morale de J. C.” Malebranche, Nicolas a French philosopher

Died: Marets, John Des de Saint Sorlin

Born: Marsais, Cæsar Chesneau Du a French grammarian of high reputation

“Canon Chronicus” Marsham, Sir John a very learned English writer

“Mr. Smirke, or the divine in mode; being certain annotations upon the animadversions on The Naked Truth, together with a short historical essay concerning general councils, creeds, and impositions in matters of religion, fiy Andreas Rivetus, junior. Anagrammatised, Res nuda veritas” Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

“Epitome Annalium Trevirensium,” Masentus, James a Jesuit

“De Jure Maritime et Naval i, or a Treatise of Affairs Maritime, and of Commerce,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“Lucerna Fidelium,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“Answer to a Letter written by a Romish Priest,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

“Tradados Historicos, Politicos, Ethicos, y Religiosos, de la monarchia de China.” Navaretta, Ferdinand a Spanish Dominican friar

Born: Newton, Richard founder of Hertford college

“Les nouvelles Lumieres politiques pour le Gouvernement de l'Eglise, ou TEvangile nouveau du cardinal Palavicini dans son Histoiredu Concile de Trente,” Noir, John Le canon and theologal of Seez

Died: Ogilby, John a very industrious adventurer in literary speculations

“Graecismus facilitati suse restitutus, methodo nova, eaque cum praeceptis He braicis Wasmuthianis et suis Orientalibus, quam proxime harmonica, adeoque regulis 34 succincte absolutus,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“Commentarius in Pentateuchum,” Osiander, John Adam a Lutheran divine and professor

Died: Peyrera, Isaac La a French protestant

“Speed’s Theatre,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Born: Philips, John an Lnglish poet

Died: Price, John in Latin Pricæus

Died: Reginald, Anthony a Dominican of the seventeenth century

Born: Reland, Hadrian an eminent orientalist

Died: Reynolds, Dward an English prelate of great eminence and talents

Born: Sanadon, Noel-Stephen a learned Jesuit of France

Born: Selkirk, Alexander whose adventures have given rise to the popular romance of Robinson Crusoe

“Bibliotheca scriptorum societatis Jesu, opus inchoatum a R. P. Petro Ribadeneira, et productum ad annum 1609: continuatum a Philippo Alegambe ad annum 1643; recognitum, et productum ad annum 1675, a Nathanaelo Sotvvello,” Sotwell

“Collegium experimental curiosum,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“Travels” Tavernier, John Baptist a Frenchman

Born: Thornhill, Sir James an eminent English painter

Born: Threlkeld, Caleb a natural historian

“Explication of the Catechism of the church of England,” Towerson, Gabriel a learned English divine

“Forty Sermons” Tuckney, Anthony a learned divine

“Tractatus chimicophilosophus de rebus naturalibus et praeternaftiralibus metallorum et mineralium,” Valentine, Basil is the name

“Arenarius t Dimensio Circuli.” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Born: Walpole, Sir Robert earl of Orford

“Nouvelle Relation en forme de Journal d'un Voyage fait en Egypte en 1672 et 1673,” Wansleb, John Michael a learned German

Died: White, Thomas an English philosopher (1582–?)

Died: Whitelocke, Bulstrode son of the preceding

“Ornithologiae libri tres: in quibus aves omnes hactenus cognitse in methodum naturis suis convenientem redactoe accurate describuntur, descriptiones iconibus elegantissimis, & vivarnm avium simillimis atri incisis illustrantur,” Willughby, Francis a celebrated natural historian

1677

“Il parrochiano instruttore,” Agnelli, Joseph a learned Jesuit

“A commentary upon Aristotle’s ten books of Ethics.” Aguirre, Joseph Saenz De a very learned man of the 17th century

“Les Aieules de madame de Bourgogne,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

“La Tirranide soggiogata,” Arisi, Francis an Italian lawyer

Died: Audran, Claude the first of this famijy who is mentioned as an artist

Born: Baier, John James a celebrated physician

Born: Baldini, John Francis a learned Italian antiquary and philosopher

“De Holgero Dano,” Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

Died: Beling, Richard was born in 1613

“Bibliographia historico-politico-philologica,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Bradbury, Thomas a facetious preacher among the dissenters

Died: Brandmuller, James grandson of James

Born: Breydel, Charles called Cavalier

Died: Bridges, George translator of the duke de Rohan’s Memoirs

“Narratio de controversiis nuperius in academia Ultrajectina motis, &c.” Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

Born: Cassini, James a celebrated French astronomer

“Apostolici, or the History of the lives, acts, deaths, and martyrdomsof those who were contemporaries with or immediately succeeded the Apostles as also of the most eminent of the primitive fathers for the first three hundred years. To which is added, a Chronology of the three first ages of the Church,” Cave, William a very learned divine

“The Humourous Lovers,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

“The Triumphant Widow,” Cavendish, William baron Ogle

“Antibarbarus Latinus, sive de Latinitate mediae et infimae aetatisl,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Memoria philosophorum, &c. curante Henningo Witten, decas prima,” Cesarini, Virginio a very accomplished Italian scholar

“Bocchi’s Curiosities of Florence,” Cinelli, John a physician at Florence

“A Discourse concerning the Operations of the Holy Spirit; with a confutation of some part of Dr. Owen’s book upon that subject,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding (?–1638)

Died: Cocker, Edward a name almost proverbial in the schools of arithmetic

“A Dictionary, English-Latin, and Latin-English; containing all things necessary for the translating of either language into the other,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

“The most natural and easy Method of learning Latin, by comparing it with English: Together with the Holy History of Scripture-War, or the sacred art military, c.” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

“A treatise of the Holy Communion,” Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

Born: Desmolets, Peter Nicolas librarian of the house of the oratory in the rue St

Born: Disney, John a learned English divine and magistrate

Born: Dithmar, Justus Christopher professor of the law of nature and nations

“A Treatise of particular Estates,” Doddridge, Sin John an eminent English lawyer

Born: Doppelmaier, John Gabriel a German mathematician

“De Phosphoris,” Elsholtz, John Sigismond an eminent Prussian botanist

“Oratio funebris in obitum Gisberti Voetii,” Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“St. Clement’s two epistles to the Corinthians in Greek and Latin, with notes at the end,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Padua, 1676, folio. The authhor of the” Ferrari, Octavius of the same family with the famer

“An interpretation of the number 666,” Gilbert, William a nonconformist divine of very considerable abilities

“Satan’s Temptations,” Gilpin, Richard a nonconformist divine and physician

“Treatise of the Stomach and Intestines,” Glisson, Francis an English physician

“De By z an tin arum rerum Scriptoribus Grsecis,” Hanckius, Martin a learned German professor

Died: Harrington, James an eminent political writer

“Dissertatio de Linguis Orientalibus,” Hasenmuller, Daniel a native of Holstein

“A Treatise concerning Statutes or Acts of Parliament, and the exposition thereof,” Hatton, Sir Christopher a statesman and lawyer in queen Elizabeth’s reign

“De la Cycloide,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“Lexicon Universale Historico-Geographico-Poetico-Philosophico-Politico-Philologicnm,” Hoffman, John James professor of Greek at Bale

“Altdorfi deliciae hortenses,” Hoffman, Maurice a physician

“Deliciae silvestres,” Hoffman, Maurice a physician

Died: Hollar, Wentzel a most admired engraver

Died: Holyoake, Thomas son of the preceding

Born: Hughes, John an English poet

“Qiiatuor Evangelia & Acta Apostolorum Lingua Malaica, characteribus Europaeis,” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“Bartholomei Scalae equitis Florentini historia Florentinorum,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“Historia Coloniarum a Gallis in exteras Nationes missarum,” Lacarry, Giles a French Jesuit

“Commentaire sur la Coutume d'Orleans,” Lalande, James De an able counsellor

Died: Lamoignon, William De marquis de Baville

“Bibliotheca sacra et profana, sive Observationes, correctiones, conjecturae et variaeLectiones,” Latinus, Latinius one of the most learned critics of the sixteenth century

Born: Lemery, Louis son of the preceding

Died: Lescaille, James a celebrated Dutch printer

“Fax veritatis,” Leydecker, Melchior an eminent protestant divine

Died: Lock, Matthew an eminent English musical composer in the time of Charles II. was a native of Exeter

“The first marriage of Katherine Fitzgerald (now lady Decies), &c. asserted,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“History of the Donatists,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

“The Character of a Separatist or sensuality the ground of separation,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

“Encyclopaedia in agonem literatorum,” Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“A Letter to a Nonconformist minister,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

Died: Manton, Thomas one of the most learned and eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

Died: Mapletoft, Robert an English divine

“Abdelazer, or the More’s Revenge,” Marloe, Christopher whom Phillips calls “a kind of second Shakspeare

“Juris civilis amcenitates,” Menage, Giles called

Born: Mesenguy, Francis Philip a French divine

Born: Molesworth, Robert viscount Molesworth of Swordes in Ireland

Born: Molieres, Joseph Privat De born in 1677

“Grammatica Latino-Hibernica compendiata,” Molloy, Charles, Esq. descended from a very good family in the kingdom of Ireland

“The English Academy,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

Born: Nordberg, Joran the biographer of Charles XII. of Sweden

Died: North, Dudley Fourth Lord son of the preceding

“This was never published; but we may observe, to his honour, that it was through his means that barometers were first publicly sold in shops, which before were very rare. 4.” North, Francis lord Guilford

“Thesaurus selectorum numismatum antiquorum aere expressorum,” Oisel, James a learned civilian

“Disputatio de usu Accentuationis geminge in gemina divisione Decalogi,” Opitius, Henry a learned Lutheran divine

“L‘Art de la science des Nombres, en Francois et en Latin, avec un preface de i’excellence de Farithmetique,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“A Discourse concerning the Holy Spirit;” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“De Sacrifices,” Owtram, William a learned English divine

“Meditations on the Prophecy of Daniel,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

“Advice to a Friend,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Jesus and the Resurrection justified by witnesses in Heaven and Earth,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Natural Histories of Oxfordshire and Staffordshire.” Plot, Robert eminent for being the first who formed a plan for a natural history of England

“Cogitationes rationales de Deo,” Poiret, Peter famous only for his love of mysticism and enthusiasm

“Phaedra,” Racine, John an illustrious French poet

Died: Ravis, Christian a learned orientalist

Born: Rawlinson, Christopher of CarkhalL in Lancashire

Born: Rawlinson, Thomas knt eldest surviving son of Daniel Rawlinson*

“Annalium mundi universalium, &c. Tomus Unicus, lib. 14. absolutus,” Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

Died: Ryves, Bruno related to sir Thomas Ryves

Born: Salmon, Francis a learned doctor and librarian of the house and society of the Sorbonne

“Notae et Observationes in G. J. Vossium de Historicis Latinis,” Sandius, Christopher or

Born: Saurin, James a very celebrated preacher

“Vita di Vitaliani Borromeo;” Scala, Bartholomew an Italian

Died: Sheldon, Gilbert archbishop of Canterbury

Died: Sole, Antonio Maria Dal a landscape painter

“Ignotorum atque obscurorum Deorum arae,” Spon, James son of the preceding

“Voyage de la Grece & du Levant,” Spon, James son of the preceding

Born: Titon, Verard the projector of a French Parnassus

“Bibliotheca Patrum,” Venantius a Christian poet of the sixth century

1678

“Epistola ad abbatem Fuldensem,” Abbo, Floriacensis a Benedictine monk of the tenth century

Born: Adams, John Provost of King’s College

“The first state of Mahometism, or an account of the Author and doctrine of that imposture,” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“De Comitiis veterurn Romanorum,” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

“Deprincipiis Cosmographiæ” Aicher, Otho a benedictine father

Born: Amthor, Christopher Henry a Danish political and miscellaneous writer

Died: Ballin, Claude born at Paris

Died: Barcos, Martin De a native of Bayonne

“Gerania;” Barnes, Joshua a learned divine and professor of Greek at Cambridge

“Johannes Duns Scotus, ordinis minorum, Doctor subtilis de Angeiis contra adversantes defensus, nunc quoque Novitate amplificatus,” Baro, Bonaventure whose true name was Fitz-Gerald

Born: Barrington, John Shute first lord viscount Harrington (16781734)

Born: Baudot De Juilli, Nicholas born at Vendôme in 1678

“Dissertationes Medicae tres,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“Dissertationes Physicae,” Bayle, Francis a learped French physician and medical writer

“Abrege de la philosophic de Gassendi,” Bernier, Francis was distinguished in the brilliant age of Louis XIV. as a philosopher and traveller

“Conquest of Granada” Blount, Charles younger son of sir Henry Blount

“Meditationes physico-cheuiicte de aerisin sublunaria infiuxu,” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

Died: Borel, Peter a French physician

Born: Boulai, Cæsar Egasse De the historian of the university of Paris

Born: Bourguet, Louis who was born at Nimes in 1678

Died: Bussieres, John De a French Jesuit

Born: Campbell, John second duke of Argyle

“Sciagraphia philoiogiae sacrae, cum etymologico radicum deperditarum ex aliis linguis, Arabica praesertim, restitutarum,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Died: Chemnitz, Bogeslaus Philip grandson of the preceding Chemnitz

“Intellectual System,” Cleanthes a celebrated Greek philosopher

“Brief Discourse on the Offices of Baptism, Catechism, and Confirmation,” Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

Born: Conti, Abbe Anthony a noble Venetian

Died: Cowley, Abraham an eminent English poet

Born: Cramer, John Rodolphus a learned protestant divine

“Journal des Sgavans” Dante, John Baptist of the same family

Born: Dassier, John medallist to the republic of Geneva

Died: Dechales, Claudius Francis Millet an excellent mathematician

“Historia Juris Civilis Romanorum,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Died: Esprit, James a French moral writer

“The fallacy of Human Virtues,” Esprit, James a French moral writer

Died: Fagnani, Prosper a celebrated canonist of the seventeenth century

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

Born: Farquhar, George an ingenious comic writer

Died: Flecknoe, Richard an English poet and dramatic writer in the reign of Charles II. whose productions

“A just Narrative, or account of a man whose hands and legs rotted off, in the parish of King’s Swinford, in Staffordshire, where he died June 21, 1677,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

“Jamblicbus Chalcidensis de Mysteriis. Epistola Porphyrii de eodem argumento, Gr. & Lat. ex versione T. G.” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“Psalterium juxta exemplar Alexandrinum,” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“Systemæ Bibliothecæ Collegii Parisiensis, societatis Jesu,” Garnier, John a Jesuit

Born: Girard, Gabriel an ingenious French writer

“An Essuy concerning Preaching,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Died: Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

“Repertorium Canonicurn,” Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

Died: Gualdo Priorato, Galeasso an Italian historian

Born: Guarin, Peter a learned Benedictine

“The Pleas of the Crown, or a Methodical Summary,” Hale, Sir Matthew a most learned lawyer

“Henrici Opitii synasmus restitutus,” Hasenmuller, Daniel a native of Holstein

Born: Hayes, Charles esq. a very singular person

Born: Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

Died: Heidanus, Abraham a learned protestant divine

“De Admirandis Mundi Cataractis,” Herbinius, John a native of Bitschen in Silesia

Born: Hermann, James a learned mathematician of the academy of Berlin

“Dispute with Laney bishop of Ely, concerning Liberty and. Necessity;” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Decameron Physiologicum; or ten dialogues of natural philosophy, &c.” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“A Defence of the Royal Society and the Philosophical Transactions, particularly those of July 1670, in answer to the cavils of Dr. William Holder,” Holder, William a learned English philosopher

“A letter to a lady revolted to the Romish church,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Born: Hunt, Jeremiah a dissenting divine

“A Catalogue of the books in the Bodleian library.” Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

“De Myst Ægypt, necnon Porphyrii Epistola, &.c. Gr. et Lat. ex Interpretatione et cum Notis Thomae Gale,” Jamblicus a native of Chalcis in Ccelosyria

Born: Jeffreys, George an English poet (?–1755)

Died: Jordaens, Jacob a painter of history and portraits

“Measures of Christian Obedience:” Kettlewell, John an English divine

“Bibliotheca vetus et nova,” Koenig, George Matthias a learned German

“On Phosphorus,” Kunckel, John a celebrated chemist

Died: Launoi, John De a very learned man and voluminous writer

“Historiae Animalium Angliae tres Tractatus,” Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

“Latin Dictionary,” Littleton, Adam a learned scholar

Born: Lobb, Theophilus a physician of considerable reputation

Died: Lobo, Jerome a Jesuit missionary

“Sponsa nondum uxor,” Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Mr. Hales’s Treatise of Schism examined and censured,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

Born: Mairan, John James D'Ortous De a French philosopher

“De demonstratione,” Marsh, Narcissus an exemplary Irish prelate

Died: Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

“Sanderus’s History of the English Schism,” Maucroix, Francis De a French translator

Born: Montmort, Peter Raymond De an able mathematician

“Graecse antiquae Decsriptio,” Morin, Stephen a learned French protestant

Died: Nantueil, Robert a celebrated engraver

Born: Neal, Daniel an eminent dissenting divine

“Introduction to Geography,” Newton, John an eminent English mathematician and divine (16221678)

Died: Nicole, John father of the celebrated Peter Nicole

Born: Ockley, Simon an eminent Orientalist

Died: Oldenburger, Philip Andrew an eminent professor of law and history at Geneva

Died: Orsato, Sertorio a celebrated anti^ quary

Born: Pajot, Lewis-Leo Count d'Ansembray

“The Glorious Epiphany,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

“Graeciaj antiquae Descriptio,” Paulmier De Grentesmenil, James Le more commonly known to the learned by his Latinized name 1Dupin

“De l'Origine des Fontaines;” Perrault, Charles younger brother to the preceding

Born: Peyronie, Francis De La first surgeon to the king

Died: Quellinus, Erasmus an eminent painter

“ObserTations upon Birds” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

Died: Scougal, Henry an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Sherlock, Thomas eldest son to the preceding

“Critical History of the Old Testament,” Simon, Richard a French critic and divine of great learning

“Remarks upon the Manners, Religion, and Government of the Turks; together with a Survey of the seven Churches of Asia, as they now lie in their Ruins; and a brief Description of Constantinople,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

Died: Steen, Ja.N an eminent painter

Died: Taylor, Silas an able English antiquary

“Lettres a Madame la Marquise de sur le sujet de la Princesse de Cleves,” Valincour, John Baptist Du Trousset De a French miscellaneous writer

“Wonders of the Little World,” Wanley, Humphrey a literary antiquary of great learning and accuracy

“The History of France under the ministry of cardinal Mazarine, written in Latin by Benjamin Priolo,” Wase, Christopher a man of considerable learning

“The Catechism of the Church of England, with marginal notes,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“Of Gifts and Offices in the public worship of God,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“Plain Dealer,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

“De Diaconis et Diaconissis>” Ziegler, Gaspar an eminent jurist

1679

Born: Abauzit, Firmin was born at Uzes on the llth of November 1679

Born: Achards, Eleazar-Francis De La Baume De was born at Avignon

“Le Gare dell' Amore etdelP Amicitia,” Adimari, Lewis a satirical poet of the same family with the preceding

Died: Aelst, William Van, Called In Italy Gulielmo was the nephew and disciple of the preceding

Died: Aggas, Ralph a surveyor and engraver in the sixteenth century

“Andronici Rhodii et Ethicorum Nichomacheorum Paraphrasis,” Andronicus of Rhodes

Died: Artalis, Joseph an Italian poet

“A seasonable Vindication of the blessed Trinity being an answer to this question, Why do you believe the doctrine of the Trinity Collected from the works of the most reverend doctor John Tillotson, late lord archbishop of Canterbury, and the right reverend doctor Edward Stillingfleet, now lord bishop of Worcester,” Assheton, Dr. William son of Mr

Died: Assouci, Charles Coypeau, Sieur D' called the Ape of Scarron

“and a ''Survey of the numbers of Papists within the province of Canterbury” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“A letter to J. Evelyn, esq. concerning invocation of Saints, and adoration of the Cross,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“DeAere,” Bartholine, Erasmus one of the sons of Caspar

“I)e Analogia, sive arte Linguae Latinse Comrnentariolus, &c. in usum provectioris adolescentise,” Baxter, William an eminent grammarian and critic

“Excommunicated Prince,” Bedloe, Capt. William having been a principal and useful evidence in the discovery in the popish plot

“I hope there is a difference between Harry Bennet and me.” Bennet, Henry earl of Arlington

“Codex Canonum Ecclesiae Primitivae vindicatus et illustratus,” Beveridge, William a learned divine in the seventeenth century

Died: Billi, Jacques De a Jesuit

Died: Birkenhead, Sir John a political author in the seventeenth century

Died: Blagrave, Joseph probably a relation of the preceding

Died: Blount, Thomas a miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Bobart, Jacob a German horticulturist

Died: Boehm, Anthony William minister of the German chapel at St

Born: Bold, John a pious and useful clergyman of Leicestershire

“Sepulchretum, seu Anatome practica, ex cadaveribus morbo denatis proponens historias et observationes,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Cours de medicine, et de la chirurgie,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“Elementaconica Apollonii Pergoei et Archimedis opera nova et breviori methodo demonstrata,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Born: Boursier, Lawrence Francis doctor of the Sorbonne

Died: Boyle, Roger earl of Orrery

Born: Breydel, Francis brother of the above

“Decus et tutamen; or a prospect of the laws of England, framed for the safeguard of the king’s majesty,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

Died: Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

Died: Calvert, Thomas uncle to the preceding

Died: Capel, Richard son of Christopher Capel

Born: Catesby, Mark one of those men whom a passion for natural history very early allured from the interesting pursuits of domestic life to cross the Atlantic

“Canones de linguae sanctce idiotismis,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Born: Chubb, Thomas once a noted deistical writer

Born: Cockburn, Catharine a lady much distinguished by her literary accomplishments

“The Harmony of the Four Evangelists, in a metrical paraphrase on the history of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,” Coles, Elisha author of a Dictionary once in much reputation

Died: Combefis, Francis a learned Dominican

Born: Davies, John an eminent and learned critic

“A new preface relating to the bishop of Meaux, and other modern complainers of misrepresentation.” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

“Francisci Florentii opera Canonica et Juridica,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“Livy,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

Died: Duport, James a learned Greek scholar

Born: Durand, David a very eloquent French protcstant preacher at the Savoy in London

Died: Everdingen, Cæsar Van a painter of histories

Died: Fabricius, John Albert one of the most eminenjt and laborious scholars of his time in Europe

Born: Felton, Henry a learned divine

“Reflections on the Christian Religion,” Ferrand, Louis a French lawyer

“An exact and most impartial account of the Indictment, Arraignment, Trial, and Judgment (according to law) of twenty-nine regicides, &c. 1660,” Finch, Heneage first earl of Nottingham

“De Inquisitionis processu,” Freher, Marquard a German

“Herodoti Halicarnassensis Historiarnin libri X. ejusdem narratio de vita Homeri excerpta e Ctesia, & H. Stephani Apologia pro Herodoto accedunt chronologia, tabula geographica, variantes Jectiones, &c.” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

“Satan’s welcome,” Gibbon, John an ancestor of the preceding

Died: Goodwin, Thomas a famous nonconformist of the independent class

“Apologia Renati des Cartes contra Sam. Parkerum,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Arrets notable du parlement,” Gueret, Gabriel an elegant French writer

Born: Hall, Anthony a learned

Born: Henckel, John Frederic an eminent mineralogist

“Nouveaux Elemens des sections coniques: les lieux Geometriques; la construction ou effection des equations,” Hire, Philip De La an eminent French mathematician and astronomer

“A Dialogue between a Philosopher and a Student of the Common Law of England.” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Behemoth: The History of the Civil Wars of England from 1640 to 1660,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Horrebow, Peter a celebrated Danish astronomer

“One hundred select Sermons upon several texts,” Horton, Thomas a learned and pious English divine

Died: Laboureur, John Le a French historian and antiquary

“Chronicon Regum Anglorum,” Langhorne, Daniel an English antiquary

Died: Leibnitz, Godfrey William De a very eminent mathematician and philosopher

Born: Leigh, Charles a naturalist and physician of the seventeenth century

“Biblioth. Juridica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“Biblioth. Medica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“An Alarm for Sinners,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

Died: Mayow, John a very learned and ingenious physician of the seventeenth century

“The origin of Caterpillars, their nourishment and changes” Merian, Maria Sibylla a lady much and justly ceJebrated for her skill in drawing insects

Born: Micheli, Peter Anthony an Italian botanist of great celebrity

Died: Mignon a painter of Frankfort

Died: Moore, Sir Jonas a very respectable mathematician

Died: Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

Died: Mossom, Robert was a learned and pious Irish prelate

“The Four Satires upon the Jesuits,” Oldham, John an English poet

“Encomium taciturnitatis, rituperium loquacitatis,” Ousel, Philip a learned professor of divinity of the university of Francfort on the Oder

“Architecture harmonique, ou application de la doctrine des proportions, de la musique a ^architecture, avec un addition a cet ecrit,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“Doctrine of Justification by Faith;” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

Died: Owtram, William a learned English divine

Died: Passeri, John Baptist a painter and a poet

Died: Penington, Isaac a writer of considerable estimation among the people called Quakers

“Colloquium Davidis cum aniina sua,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Methodus Historiarum Anatoniico-Medicarum,” Peyer, John Conrad a native of Schaffhausen in Switzerland

“La Connoissance des Temps,” Picard, John an able mathematician of France

Born: Politi, Alexander was born at Florence in 1679

Died: Rawlinson, Thomas knt eldest surviving son of Daniel Rawlinson*

Born: Rogers, Dr. John an English divine

Died: Scheffer, John a learned German

“Words made visible, or Grammar and Rhetoric,” Shaw, Samuel a learned non- conformist

“Consilium medicutn, sive dialogus loimicus, de peste Viennensi,” Sorbait, Paul a good medical writer

“Notae in libros sex novae historic Zozini comitis,” Spark, Thomas editor of Lactantius

Died: Spelman, Clement youngest son of sir Henry

“De non temerandis ecclesiis.” Spelman, Clement youngest son of sir Henry

“Miscellanea erudite Antiquitatis,” Spon, James son of the preceding

“A Letter shewing that bishops are not to be judges in parliament in cases capital,” Stillingfleet, Edward one of the most learned prelates of the seventeenth century

Died: Style, William a law-writer

“Tractatus de Legibus,” Suarez, Francis a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Viel, Charles Maria De a learned converted Jew

Died: Vondel, Justus a very celebrated Dutch poet

Died: Wansleb, John Michael a learned German

Born: Ward, John a learned and useful writer

“An Appendix to the Life,” Ward, Seth an English prelate

Died: Wild, Robert a nonconformist divine

Born: Wodrow, Robert a Scotch ecclesiastical historian

Born: Wolfe, Christian baron of the Roman empire

“Paraphrase on the Canticles,” Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

“The Rights of the People concerning Impositions,” Yelverton, Henry a distinguished lawyer