Events noted in 1680

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“Sermons sur divers textes de l'Ecriture,” Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

Born: Abernethy, John an eminent dissenting minister in Ireland

“Obadias Armenus et Latinus, cum annotationibus,” Acoluthus, Andrew a learned Orientalist

“Bibliotheque de Dauphiné,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

Died: Allestry, Richard an eminent English divine

“Dissertatio de Conciliorum quorumvis definitionibus ad examen revocandis,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Genealogie de la maison de Fontaine- Soliers, issue dela Case Solare, souveraine d'Aste en Piemont,” Avrillon, John Baptist Elias a French Franciscan of the order called* Minimes

“L. C. F. Lactantii Liber, de mortibus persecutorum,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

“The Rights of the Bishops to judge in capital eases in parliament cleared, &c.” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“CatholicoRomanus Pacificus” Barnes, John was an English Roman Catholic

Died: Barrow, Isaac bishop of St.Asaph in the reign of Charles II. was the son of Isaac Barrow of Spiney Abbey irt Cambridgeshire

“Coliegii Parisiensis societ. Jesu, festi plausus ad nuptias Ludovici Galliarum Delphini, et Marise-Annre-Christianre-Victoriae Bavarse,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Experimentum novum ac curiosum de Minera arenaria perpetua,” Becher, John Joachim born in 1645

Died: Bedloe, Capt. William having been a principal and useful evidence in the discovery in the popish plot

“Le pitture antiche del sepolcro de* Nasoni nelia via Flaminia, &c.” Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

Died: Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Died: Bernini, John Laurence called the Cavalier Ber­NiN

“Eneide di Virgilio, trasportata in ottavo rima,” Beverini, Bartholomew a learned Italian of the seventeenth century

“Bibliographia Juridica et Politica,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

“Zodiacus Medico-Gallicus,” Blegny, Nicholas a French surgeon

Died: Blood, Thomas generally known by the appellation of colonel Blood

“Historia universalis ab orbe comlito ad J. C. nativitatem,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

“Leipsic, loS.'i, 4to. 6.” Bohn, John a physician of considerable reputation in the seventeenth century

“The History of the execrable Irish Rebellion, traced from many preceding acts to the grand eruption, Oct. 23, 1641; and thence pursued to the act of settlement, 1672,” Borlace, Dr. Edmund son of sir John Borlace

Born: Bougerel, Joseph a French biographer

Born: Boze, Claude Gros De a French antiquary

Born: Brockes, Bartholomew Henry a German lawyer and poet

“Actii Sinceri Sannazarii, &c. Opera Latina; accedunt notoe, &c.” Broeckhusius, John a distinguished scholar in Holland

Born: Browne, Simon an able and learned minister and writer among the protestant dissenters

“Jura Coronae; or, his majesty’s royal rights and prerogatives asserted against papal usurpations, and all other antimonarchical attempts and practices,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“An Essay on the monastic History of the East,” Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

Died: Butler, Thomas earl of Ossory

Died: Butler, Samuel a poet of a very singular cast

“The true History of Scotland,” Calderwood, David a famous divine of the church of Scotland

“Boethius de Consolatione,” Cally, Peter a celebrated French philosopher

Died: Carloni, John Baptist an eminent painter of history

“Enquiries into Humane Nature, in six Anatomy-prelections in the new theatre of the royal college of physicians in London,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

Died: Charnock, Stephen son of Richard Charnock an. attorney

Died: Corbet, John a nonconformist divine of considerable note

Died: Davenport, Christopher a learned Englishman

“The True Presbyterian without disguise: or, a character of a Presbyterian’s ways and actions,” Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

“Le Lois des Batimens” Desgodetz, Anthony a very eminent French architect

Born: Destouches, Philip Neuicault an eminent French dramatic writer

Died: Drelincourt, Charles minister of the Calvinist church of Paris

Born: Drinker, Edward was born on the 24th of December

Died: Elzevirs

Born: Erskine, Ebenezer, A. M. son of the above

Died: Eudes, John brother of the celebrated historian Mezerai

“Traité des Fiefs,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

Died: Foucquet, Nicolas marquis of Belle-Isle

Born: Freind, Robert eldest brother of the preceding

Born: Gale, John a learned divine

Died: Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“The zealous and impartial Protestant,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“English Orator,” Goad, John an eminent classical teacher

“Traite de TOrigine des Macreuses,” Graindorge, Andrew an ingenious Frenchman

Died: Guiran, Galliard a French antiquary

Born: Guyse, John an eminent dissenting divine

Died: Hanneman, John an historical and portrait painter

Born: Hartman, John Adolphus a learned divine

“De tribus impostoribus magnis, Edvardo Herbert, Thoma Hobbes, & Benedicto Spinosa, Liber,” Herbert, Edward lord Herbert

Died: Heritier, Nicolas L' a French poet of the seventeenth century

“Historical narration of Heresy, and the punishment thereof,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

Born: Jones, William an eminent mathematician

Born: Juncker, Gottlob John a learned physician

Born: Ibbot, Dr. Benjamin an ingenious and learned writer

Died: Kircher, Athanasius a philosopher and mathematician of considerable learning

Died: Kneller, Sir Godfrey, Baronet an eminent portrait painter

“Animadversiones in Pollucem,” Kuhnius, Joachim a learned German

“A determination of the late learned Bishop of Salisbury (Davenant) Englished.” Langbaine, Gerahd a learned English writer

Born: Long, Roger an English divine and astronomer

“The Nonconformist’s Plea for Peace impleaded, in answer to several late writings of Mr. Baxter, and others,” Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

Born: Longueval, James a learned French ecclesiastical historian

Born: Lorenzini, Francis Maria an eminent Italian poet

Born: Lowman, Moses a learned dissenting clergyman

“Account of the Court of Rome,” Luca, John Baptist a learned cardinal

“Whole Duty of Man,” Lucas, Richard a learned English divine

Died: Machault a Jesuit also

“Lettera proemiale per la traduzione della concordia dei quattro Evangeliste di Giansenio,” Magalotti, Laurence a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

“Traité de la nature & de la grace,” Malebranche, Nicolas a French philosopher

Born: Marcello, Benedetto a nobleman celebrated for musical knowledge

Died: Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

“Thesaurus linguarum orientalium,” Meninski, Franciscus A Mesgnien a most celebrated German orientalist

Born: Mill, Henry many years principal engineer to the New river company

Died: Montecuculi, Raymond De a very celebrated Austrian general

“Plantarum historia universalis Oxoniensis,” Morison, Robert a distinguished botanist of the seventeenth century (16201683)

“Prodromus rerum Alsaticarum,” Obrecht, Ulric a learned German

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

Born: Pack, Richardson an English poetical and miscellaneous writer

“Life of St. John Chrysostom, in Greek and Latin, by M. Bigot,” Palladius bishop of Helenopolis in Bithynia

Born: Papin, Denys an ingenious physician

“De Veritate,” Patrick, Simon a learned English prelate

Died: Paulli, Simon a Danish professor and physician

“Jani Anglorum facies nova, or several monuments of antiquity touching the great councils of this kingdom and the courts of the king’s immediate tenants and otficers,” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

Died: Rochefoucault, Francis, Duke Of prince of Marsillac

Died: Roell, Hermann-Alexander a celebrated protestant divine

Died: Sandius, Christopher or

Died: Silvestre, Israel a celebrated French engraver

“Hydrostatical Experiments, with a Discourse on Coal,” Sinclare, George professor of philosophy in the university of Glasgow in the seventeenth century

“An Account of the Greek Church, as to its Doctrines and Rites of Worship, with several Historical Remarks interspersed, relating thereto. To which is added, an Account of the State of the Greek Church under Cyrillus Lucaris, patriarch of Constantinople, with a Relation of his Sufferings and Death,” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

“Commentaries on the Aphorisms of Hippocrates,” Sorbait, Paul a good medical writer

“A comfortable treatise for a troubled conscience,” Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

Born: Stackhouse, Thomas a learned and laborious divine

Died: Streater, Robert an English painter

Died: Swammerdam, John an eminent naturalist and anatomist

Died: Swanevelt, Herman an eminent Flemish landscape painter

Died: Talbot, Peter a Roman catholic writer

Born: Terrasson, Gaspard brother of the two preceding

“Theological Dogmas,” Thomassin, Lewis a learned French divine

Died: Thoresby, Ralph an eminent antiquary

“The description of Sweden,” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

“The anatomy of a Porpoise dissected at Gresham college,” Tyson, Edward a learned physician

“Variorum” Virgil, In Latin, Publius Virgiuus Maro, the most excellent of all the ancient Roman poets

“Divine meditations upon several occasions; with a daily directory,” Waller, Sir William an eminent parliamentary general

Died: Wotton, Anthony ranked by Fuller among the learned writers of JCing’s-college (15611626)

1681

“An introduction to the Sacrament,” Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

“Mythographi Latini,” Albricus a philosopher and physician

“A Methodical French Grammar,” Allais, Denys Vairasse D' so named from the town of Allais in Languedoc

Died: Allein, Richard the son of a clergyman of the same name

“A letter from a person of honour in the country, written to the earl of Castlehaven; being observations and reflections on his lordship’s memoirs concerning the Wars of Ireland,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

Died: Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

“La Visiera aizata he*, atoste di scrittori.” Aprosio, Angelico born at Ventimiglia

“Brutum Fulmen, or the bull of pope Pius Sextus against queen Elizabeth,” Barlow, Thomas a very learned divine and bishop in the seventeenth century

“Vitse selectorum aliquot virorum qui doctrina, dignitate, aut pietate inclaruere,” Bates, William an eminent nonconformist divine of the seventeenth century

“Ludus poeticus in recentem cometam,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

Died: Baynes, Sir Thomas an eminent physician

“Exercitationes de Dodone,” Bernard, Edward a learned critic and astronomer

Born: Berruyer, Joseph Isaac a celebrated French writer

Died: Berthauld, Peter a French historian

Born: Bianchi, John Baptist a celebrated Italian anatomist

“Account of rarities preserved at Gresham college,” Bland, Elizabeth a lady remarkable both for her knowledge of the Hebrew language

“Notitia sacri imperii Romani,” Boecler, John Henry an eminent German critic and historian

Born: Booth, Barton a celebrated tragic actor

“De Motu Animaiium: pars prima, et pars altera,” Borelli, John Alphonso a celebrated philosopher and mathematician

Died: Borgianni, Horatio a painter and engraver

“Discours surl'Histoire Universelle,” Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

“Discourse of things above reason inquiring whether a philosopher should admit there are any such” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“An Answer to Mr. Petyt’s Book on Parliaments,” Brady, Robert a noted historian and physician of the seventeenth century

Died: Breda, Peter Van a painter of landscapes and cattle

“Historical Rarities in London and Westminster,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Wars in England, Scotland, and Ireland,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Wonderful prodigies of Judgment and Mercy,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Admirable Curiosities of Nature,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“Summary of the Councils” Carranza, Bartholomew a Dominican

“A Reply to a pamphlet called The Mischief of Impositions, by Mr. Alsop, which pretends to answer the dean of St. Paul’s (Dr. Stillingfleet’s) Sermon concerning the Mischief of Separation,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding (?–1638)

“No evidence of Diocesan Episcopacy in the primitive times,” Clarkson, David a nonconformist divine of considerable celebrity

“Bibliotheque Anatomique” Clerc, Daniel Le the son of Stephen Le Clerc

Died: Cointe, Charles Le a French historian

“Historical Vindication of the Divine right of Tithes,” Comber, Thomas dean of Durham

“Unreasonableness of Separation,” Compton, Henry an eminent prelate of the church of England

“Letters to Felibien,” Conrart, Valentin secretary of the French king’s council

Died: Conringius, Hermannus one of the eminent publicists of Germany

“The voyages of Peter Texeira, or the history of the kings of Persia down to 1609,” Cotolendi, Charles an advocate in the parliament of Paris

“The Life of Christopher Columbus,” Cotolendi, Charles an advocate in the parliament of Paris

“Burlesque upon Burlesque, or the Scoffer scoffed; being some of Lucian’s Dialogues newly put into English fustian.” Cotton, Charles an English poet

Born: Courayer, Peter Francis a learned divine of the church of Rome

“Sextus Aurelius Victor,” Dacier, Anne the learned wife of the preceding

“Jus Cassaris et Ecclesiae vere dicta?,” Denton, William the youngest son of sir T

Born: Dillenius, John James an eminent botanist

“Theophili Antecessoris Institutionum lib. quatuor,” Doujat, John a learned French advocate and classical scholar

“De nuinismatibus quibusdam abstrusis Neronis, cum Car. Patino per epistolas disquisitio,” Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

“De divisione Nature,” Erigena, John Scotus an eminent scholar of the middle age

“Divisio Nature,” Erigena, John Scotus an eminent scholar of the middle age

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

“Of the Unity of the Church:” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

“Flores philosophici ex Virgilio collecti,” Feller, Joachim a licentiate in theology

“The Annals of King James and King Charles I. containing a faithful history and impartial account of the great affairs of state, and transactions of parliament in England, from the tenth of king James, 1612, to the eighteenth of king Charles, 1642. Wherein several passages relating to the late civil wars (omitted in former histories) are made known,” Frankland, Thomas an English physician and historian of singular character

Died: Gaffarell, James a learned Rabbinical writer

“Cicero’s Works” Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

Died: Garnier, John a Jesuit

“Ichnographia doctrinae de Justificationesecundum typum in monte,” Gataker, Charles son of the preceding

Died: Geier, Martin an eminent Lutheran divine

“Sadducismus Triumphans, in two parts,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

“Some Discourses, Sermons, and Remains,” Glanvil, Joseph a distinguished writer

Died: Godefroi, Denvs son of Theodore

Died: Gonet, John Baptist a learned Dominican

“Loyalty displayed, and falsehood unmasked,” Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

Born: Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“Compendium rerum jucundarum, et memorabilium naturae,” Grand, Anthony Le a Franciscan friar

“Fragmentum Stephani Byzantini Grammatici de Dodone, &c.” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Poesie Liriche,” Guidi, Alexander an Italian poet

Born: Heineccius, John Gotlieb a German lawyer

“Ad Nic. Heinsinm, de secessu suo Vianensi.” Heinsius, Nicholas son of the preceding

Died: Herbert, Thomas an eminent person of the Pembroke family

“Israel’s Lamentation,” Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

“Vitae Hobbianae Auctarium,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The happy Ascetick: or the best Exercise,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“Some discourses, sermons, and remains of Mr. Joseph Glanvil,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“Oratio in obitum Tho, Bartholini,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

“A Vindication of the Morality of the Protestants against the Accusations of Mr. Arnauld,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Born: Iselin, James Christopher in Latin Iselius

Died: Langhorne, Daniel an English antiquary

“Traite 1 du Droit de Chasse,” Launay, Francis De an able French lawyer

“Historia Kthiopica, &<.” Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

Died: Macedo, Francis a Portuguese Jesuit

“Idea eloquentiae tbrensis hodiernae, una cum actione forensi ex unaquaque juris parte,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

“History of Calvinism,” Maimbourg, Louis a man celebrated in the republic of letters

Born: Manfredi, Gabriel brother to the preceding

“Works” Manton, Thomas one of the most learned and eminent nonconformists of the seventeenth century

“Observations concerning the Thracian Bosphorus,” Marsigli, Lewis Ferdinand an Italian

“Miscellaneous Poems,” Marvell, Andrew a very ingenious and witty English writer

Died: Masentus, James a Jesuit

Died: May, Louis Du a French historian of the seventeenth century

“The prudent Voyager,” May, Louis Du a French historian of the seventeenth century

Died: Mieris, Francis called Old Francis Miens

“Shrimp Man.” Mieris, Francis called Old Francis Miens

Died: Moreri, Lewis a French divine (?–1680)

“Bern. Varenii Geographia,” Newton, Sir Isaac the most splendid genius that has yet adorned human nature (16431727)

“Cenotaphia Pisana Caii et Lucii Caesarum dissertationibus illustrata,” Noris, Henry one of the most celebrated scholars of the seventeenth century

“The New Digester, or Engine for the softening of Bones,” Papin, Denys an ingenious physician

Died: Patru, Oliver a polite scholar

“Jus Anglorum ab antique, or a confutation of an impotent libel against the government by king, lords and commons, under the pretence of answering Mr. Pettyt, and the author of * Jam Anglorum facies nova,'” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

Died: Prior, Matthew an English poet of considerable eminence

“The Spanish Critic,” Ricaut, Sir Paul an English traveller

Died: Ruysdaal, Jacob a celebrated landscape-painter of Holland

“Oxon. 1658, 4to; published by Dr. Barlow from the original in the Bodleian library, and by Dr. Lamphire, in the second edition of *' Monarchia Britannica,” Savile, Sir Henry a most learned man

“Jani Anglorum facies altera,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Died: Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

“A just and modest Vindication of the proceedings of the two last Parliaments,” Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

Died: Terburgh, Gerard a Dutch painter

Born: Theophanes, Prokopovitch an historian who may be ranked among those to whom Russia is chiefly indebted for the introduction of polite literature

“A collection of Letters and other writings relating to the horrid Popish Plot, printed from the originals,” Treby, George a learned judge

“Truth vindicated; or, a detection of the aspersions and scandals cast upon sir Robert Clayton and sir George Treby, justices, &c. in a paper published in the name of Dr. Francis Hawkins, minister of the Tower, entitled ‘The confession of Edward Fitzharris, &c.’” Treby, George a learned judge

“Patriarcha non Monarcha, or the Patriarch unmonarched, &c.” Tyrrell, James an English historian

“Seleucidarnm imperium, seu historia regum Syriæ, ad fidem numismatutum accommodata,” Vaillant, John Foi a great medallist

“Life of Francis de Lorraine, duke of Guise,” Valincour, John Baptist Du Trousset De a French miscellaneous writer

Died: Vavassor, Francis, a Jesuit of France

“Tela Ignea Satanae,” Wagenseil, John Christopher a very learned German

Born: Warburton, John a heraldic writer and antiquary

“The Conversion of Philip Corwine, a Franciscan Friari to the protestant religion^ in 1569,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

“The Reformation of the Church of Ireland, in the life and death of George Brown, sometime archbishop of Dublin,” Ware, James an eminent antiquary

Died: Wharton, Sir George a loyal astrologer of the seventeenth century

“L'Ambassadeur et ses Fonctions,” Wicquefort, Abraham De famous for his embassies and his writings

“Two Treatises concerning God’s Atl-Sufficiency, &c.” Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

“The Verdict upon the Dissenters’ plot,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Poetical Fragments,” Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

“Monarchia Britannica,” Wotton, Sir Henry an Englishman

Born: Young, Edward a very celebrated and popular English poet

1682

“Relation de la riviere des Amazones,” Acuna, Christopher a Spanish Jesuit and missionary

Born: Aikman, William a Scotch painter of considerable eminence

Born: Alberti, Michael avery eminent German physician

Died: Alcala Y Henares, Alphonso De a Spanish poet of the seventeenth century

Born: Allein a pious English divine

“Anastasii, Sinaitæ contemplationum in Hexahemeron liber xii hactenus desideratus,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“De vitis Stephanoruni,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Contemplationes in Hexameron,” Anastasius called the Sinaite

“A true account of the whole proceedings between James duke of Ormond, and Arthur earl of Anglesey, before the king and his council, &c.” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

Born: Asselin, Giles Thomas doctor of theSorbonne

“Absalom and Achitophel,” Atterbury, Francis bishop of Rochester in the reigns of queen Anne and king George I. was born March 6

Died: Averani, Benedict elder brother to Joseph

“Geographia ordine literarum disposita,” Baudrand, Michael Anthony a celebrated French geographer

“Ludovico duci Borbonio, Oratio,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

Born: Beccaria, James Bartholomew a very eminent physician

Born: Benson, William an English critic

“A history of Blois,” Bernier, John a physician

“Tractatus de Cometis,” Billberg, John a Swedish astronomer

“Theatrum Sabaudise et Pedemontii,” Blaeu, William an eminent printer

“An introduction to Astrology,” Blagrave, Joseph probably a relation of the preceding

“Histoire du Calendrier Romain,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

Died: Blount, Sir Henry father to the preceding

“Mercurius compilatitius, seu index medico-practicus,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

Died: Borlace, Dr. Edmund son of sir John Borlace

“Analecta philologica, et judicium de lexicis Latinis Graecisque,” Borrichius a very learned physician

“Monologue historique de la Mere de Dieu,” Bouette De Blemur, Jacqueline a lady

“New experiments and observations made Upon the Icy Noctiluca; to which is added a chemical paradox, grounded upon new experiments, making it probable, that chemical principles are transmutable, so that out of one of them others may be produced,” Boyle, Robert the most illustrious philosopher of modern times

“Conveyances, being select precedents of deeds and instruments concerning the most considerable estates in England,” Bridgeman, Sir Orlando a lawyer of considerable eminence

“Experimenta nova circa Pancreas. Accedit Diatribe de Lympha et genuine Pancreatis usu,” Brunner, John Conrad a Swiss physician and anatomist of eminence

“De Lineis Spiralibus, Exerc. Geom.& Astron.” Bullialdus, Ismael a celebrated astronomer and scholar

“History of his own Time.” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

“Synagoga Judaica,” Buxtorf, John the first of a learned family

“Historia Syncretistica,” Calovius, Abraham a celebrated Lutheran divine

Died: Caramuel De Lobkqvitsh, John a Cistercian monk

Born: Carmichael, Gekhhom, M. A. was born at Glasgow in 1682

Died: Case, Thomas an eminent nonconformist divine

“Horae Samaritans,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Born: Charles Xii., King Of Sweden * was born June 27

“The harmony of natural and positive Divine Laws,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

Died: Clarke, Samuel a very industrious and useful writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Claude, Lorraine properly Claude Gele'I;

Born: Collins, Arthur a laborious antiquary

Born: Cotes, Roger a celebrated mathematician

Died: Cotin, Charles a member of the French academy

Born: Craig, James a Scotch clergyman

“Lucretius,” Creech, Thomas an English poet

“De sputo sanguinis a partibus corporis infirmis, supervenientis cum Tussi, &c.” Crispus, Anthony a divine and physician

“Three Letters to Mr. Baxter, written in 1673, concerning the Possibility of Discipline under a Diocesan Government,” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

“Mysteria Cereris et Bacchi, in vasculo ex uno onyche,” Eggeling, John Henry a very eminent antiquary

“Christianity in short, or the short way to be a good Christian,” Ellis, Clement an English divine

Born: Facciolati, James a learned Italian orator and grammarian

Born: Falkenstein, John Henry a voluminous compiler of historical documents

“A beautiful edition of St. Cyprian’s Works, revised and illustrated with notes,” Fell, Dr. John an eminently learned divine

Died: Ferrari, Octavius of the same family with the famer

Died: Ferre, Vincent a Dominican

Died: Freher, Paul author of the very useful “Theatrum Virorum eruditione singulari clarorum

Born: Frezier

“Observations sur les arrets du parlement de Toulouse recueillespar la Rochefiavin,” Graverol, Francis a very eminent French antiquary and lawyer

“Senecae Tragediae,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Philosophical Collections,” Haak, Theodore who is said to have first suggested the weekly meetings of the royal society

Died: Halyburton, Thomas a pious Scotch divine

Born: Hase, Theodore De an eminent doctor and minister of Bremen

Born: Hastings, Lady Elizabeth a lady of high rank and higher virtues

Died: Henault, John D' a French poet

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

“An Answer to archhishop Bramhall’s Book called The catching of the Leviathan,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“Seven philosophical Problems, and two Propositions of Geometry,” Hobbes, Thomas an eminent English philosopher and miscellaneous writer

“The Church of England free from the imputation of Popery,” Hooper, Dr. George an eminent English divine

“The last Confession, Prayers, and Meditations, of Lieutenant John Stern, delivered by him on the cart, immediately before his execution, to Dr. Burnet: together with the last Confession of George Borosky, signed by him in the prison, and sealed up in the lieutenant’s pacquet. With which an account is given of their deportment, both in the prison, and at the place of their execution, which was in the Pall-mall, on. the 10th of March, in the same place in which they had murdered Thomas Thynne, esq. on the 12th of February before, in 1681.” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Born: Hughes, John of a different family from the former

Born: Huysum, John Van an illustrious painter who surpassed all who have ever painted in his style

“Julian' the Apostate, &c.” Johnson, Samuel an English divine of remarkable learning and steadiness in suffering for the principles of tha 1History of the Spalding Society.—Nichols’s Bowyer. 39Revolution in 1688

“History of Calvinism” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Key to open Scripture Metaphors,” Keach, Benjamin a Baptist divine of considerable note in his day

Died: Killigrew, Thomas brother of the former

“BibK Philosophica,” Lipenius, Martin a learned German divine

“John Goedertius of Insects,” Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

“De Fontibus medicalibus AnglitE,” Lister, Martin an English physician and natural philosopher

Born: Lussan, Margaret De a female writer

“Polygamia triumphatrix,” Lyserus, John another learned protestant

Born: Maillebois, Jean-Baptiste Des Marets, Marquis Of was the son of Nicolas Desmarets

Died: Maitland, John duke of Lauderdale

“A brief and practical Discourse on Abstinence in Lent,” Manby, Peter a Roman catholic writer

“An Account of Martyrs in her reign,” Mary queen of England (?–1558)

“L'Origine des Francois,” Mezerai, Francis Eudes De an eminent French historian

Born: Morgagni, John Baptist an eminent pbysiciain and anatomist

“An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, from the beginning of the Scotch rebellion in 1639, to the murder of king Charles I, &c.” Nalson, John an historical writer

Born: Neumann, Caspar an eminent chemist

“The Picture of Love unveiled,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Hierocles upon the golden verses of the Pythagoreans,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Light in the way to Paradise; with other occasionals,” North, Dudley Fourth Lord son of the preceding

Born: Olivet, Joseph Thoulier D' an elegant French writer

Died: Ott, John Henry a learned Swiss divine

“Calendarium novum, perpetuum, et irrevocable,” Ouvrard, Rene' a learned French ecclesiastic

“La Maniere d'amollir les Os, et de faire cuire toutes sortes des Viandes en peu de terns et a peu de fraix,” Papin, Denys an ingenious physician

Born: Passionei, Dominick an Italian cardinal

Died: Pautre, Anthony Le a Parisian architect of the seventeenth century

Died: Peter The Great czar of Russia

“An Essay in Political Arithmetic,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“Argumentum Anunormanicum; or an argument proving from ancient histories and records, that William duke of Normandy made no absolute conquest in England,” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

“Paeonis & Pythagoras Exercitationes Anatomicae,” Peyer, John Conrad a native of Schaffhausen in Switzerland

“Parerga Anatomica & Medica,” Peyer, John Conrad a native of Schaffhausen in Switzerland

Died: Picard, John an able mathematician of France

Born: Pulteney, William Earl Of Bath

Died: Puy-Segur, James De Chastenet, Lord Of lieutenant-general under Louis XIII. and XIV. was of a noble family in Armagnac

“Met hod us Plantarum Nova,” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

“Methodus Plantarum,” Ray, John an eminent English natural philosopher

Died: Rupert, Prince third son of the king of Bohemia

Born: Sabatier, Peter a learned French Benedictine

Born: Saunderson, Nicolas an illustrious professor of the mathematics in the university of Cambridge

Died: Savaron, John a celebrated president and lieutenant-general in the seneschalshit> and presidial court of Clerinont in Auvergne

“The Security of Englishmen’s Lives, or the trust, power, and duty of the Grand Juries of England explained according to the fundamentals of the English government, &c.” Somers, John Lord an eminent English lawyer

“Persian Prince, or Loyal Brother,” Southern, Thomas an English dramatic writer

Died: Strauchius, Ægidius a German Luthe-an divine and mathematician

“Architecture militaris Tyrocinia,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

Born: Thorpe, John a physician and antiquary

“Notae & animadversiones in Harpocrationem & Philippi Jacobi Maussaci Notas. Ex Bibliotheca Gulielmi Prousteau,” Valesius, Henry a French critic of great abilities and learning

“A Prospect of the State of Ireland from the year of the world 1756 to the year of Christ 1652,” Walsh, Peter an Irish catholic of great learning liberality

“The Protestant Peacemaker,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“A judgment of the Comet, which became first generally visible at Dublin, Dec. 13, 1680,” Wetenhall, Edward a learned and pious prelate

“Memorials of the English Affairs,” Whitelocke, Bulstrode son of the preceding

Died: Wicquefort, Abraham De famous for his embassies and his writings

“Sermons of Bishop Wilkins,” Wilkins, John an ingenious and learned English bishop (?–1672)

Born: Willis, Browne an eminent antiquary

“Two Letters containing a farther justification of the Church of England,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

Born: Wright, Samuel an eminent dissenting clergyman

1683

“Statuta facultatis artium Thomistiæe collegio Parisiensi fratrum prsedicatorum instituta,” Alexander, Noel, In Latin Natalis a learned ecclesiastical writer of the 17th century

“An Abridgment of that Grammar,” Allais, Denys Vairasse D' so named from the town of Allais in Languedoc

“Inscriptions de Grenoble,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

Born: Alston, Charles an ingenious physician and botanist

“History of the Government of Venice, and that of the Uscocks, a people of Croatia:” Amelot De La Houssaye, Nicholas called by some Abraham Nicholas

“A letter of remarks upon Jovian,” Annesley, Arthur earl of Anglesey

“Conjectura circa Enw/tw D. dementis Itomani, cui subjiciuntur castigationes in Epiphanium et Petavium de Eucharistia, de Ccelibatu Ciericorum, et de orationibus pro vita functis,” Arderne, James an English divine

Died: Arndt, Christian was born in 1623

“The cure of Old Age and preservation of Youth,” Bacon, Roger a learned English monk of the Franciscan order

“Nova Collectio Conciliorum,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

Died: Barnard, John an English divine (1630–?)

“TheoJogo-historicus, or the true life of the most reverend divine and excellent historian Peter Heylyn, D. D. subdean of Westminster,” Barnard, John an English divine (1630–?)

“Ferdinando de Furstenberg, pro fundata missione Sinensi, gratiarum actio,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“De urinis et pulsibus, tie missione sanguinis, de febribus, de morbis capitis et pectoris,” Bellini, Laurence an eminent Italian physician

“Soul prosperity,” Benn, William a nonconformist clergyman of Dorsetshire

Died: Berchem, Nicolas an eminent artist

Born: Berger, Theodore professor of law and history at Cobourg

“Gallia critica et experimentalis ab anno 1665 usque ad 1681,” Beughem, Cornelius De whose name often occurs in works of Bibliography

Born: Blackbourne, John a learned English divine of the last century

“Cours de Mathematiques,” Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

“Religio Laici,” Blount, Charles younger son of sir Henry Blount

“Ecclesiastical Annals of France,” Bois, Gerard Du of the Oratory

Died: Brandt, Gerard second son of Gerard

Born: Breda, John Van a painter of history

“Theory of Vision” Briggs, William an eminent physician

“Exercitationes Academic^,” Burman, Francis the first upon record of a very learned family

“Strange and prodigious religious Customs and Manners of sundry Nations,” Burton, Robert was a name placed in the titlepages of a numerous set of popular volumes printed about the end of the seventeenth and beginning of the eighteenth century

“A Dissertation concerning the Government of the Ancient Church, by bishops, metropolitans, and patriarchs. More particularly concerning the ancient power and jurisdiction of the bishops of Rome, and the encroachments of that upon other sees, especially the see of Constantinople;” Cave, William a very learned divine

Born: Chappelow, Leonard an eminent oriental scholar

“Three Anatomic Lectures concerning, l.The motion of the blood through the veins and arteries. 2. The organic structure of the heart. 3. The efficient cause of the heart’s pulsation. Read in the 19th, 20th, and 21st day of March 1682, in the anatomic theatre of his majesty’s royal college of Physicians in London,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“De Pexcellence de la Langue Francoise,” Charpentier, Francis dean of the French academy

“An Answer to the Dissenters’ Objections against the Common Prayers, and some other parts of the divine service prescribed in the Liturgy of the Church of England,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding (?–1638)

“The Difference of the Case between the Separation of Protestants fromthe Church of Rome, and the Separation of Dissenters from the Church of England,” Clagett, William eldest son of the preceding (?–1638)

“Historical Defence of the Reformation” Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

Died: Collins, John an eminent accomptant and mathematician

Died: Cooper, Anthony Ashley earl of Shaftesbury

“The conduct of France since the peace of Nimeguen,” Courtilz, Gatien De sieur de Sandras

Born: Desaguliers, John-Theophilus an eminent experimental philosopher

“Description de Tabbaye de la Trappe,” Desmares, Toussaint priest of the oratory

“Grammatica Linguarum Orientalium ex recensione Davidis Clodii,” Dieu, Lewis De protestant minister of Leyden

“Histoire anatomique d'une matrice extraordinaire,” Dionis, Peter an eminent French surgeon and writer

“A Call to delaying Sinners,” Doolittle, Thomas an eminent nonconformist

Born: Elstob, Elizabeth sister of Mr

Died: Ettmuller, Michael a physician

Born: Fenton, Elijah an ingenious English poet

“A large Commentary on the Psalms,” Ferrand, Louis a French lawyer

Born: Fontenay, Peter Claude a French Jesuit

Born: Fourmont, Stephen professor of the Arabic and Chinese languages at Paris

“The Resolution of this case of conscience, whether the Church of England’s symbolizing, so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it lawful to hold communion with the Church of Rome?” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

Died: Furstemberg, Ferdinand De an eminent prelate

Died: Gallois, John a learned Frenchman

Born: Garengeot, Rp.Ne Jamf.S Croissant De an eminent French surgeon

Died: Grimston, Sir Harbottle a celebrated lawyer

“Exercitationes aca­<Jemicae de pernicie et casu Judoe,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Castigationes ad paraphrasim Graeeam Enchiridii Epicteti ex codice Mediceo,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

Born: Grove, Henry a learned divine among the disseners

“Theory of the Variation of the Magnetical Compass,” Halley, Edmund an eminent English philosopher and astronomer

“Pharmacologia anti-empirica,” Harris, Walter a learned English physician

Born: Heister, Laurence a celebrated physician

“Annotations on the 13th Chapter to the Romans,” Hooper, John an eminent prelate and martyr

“Delight and Judgment: or a prospect of the great day of Judgment, and its power to damp and imbitter sensual delights, sports, and recreations,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

“The Fire of the Altar: or certain directions how to raise the soul into holy flames, before, at, and after the receiving of the blessed Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper with suitable prayers and devotions,” Horneck, Dr. Anthony an English divine

Died: Howel, Laurence a learned

Born: Huldrich, John James a protestant divine

Died: Jardins, Mary Catharine Des a French lady

“Histoire du Calvinisme et du Papisrne mise en parallele,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Abrege de i'Histoire du Concile de Trente,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Died: Ingelo, Nathaniel, D. D. a divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Inguimberti, Dominic, Joseph, Marie D' an exemplary and learned bishop of Carpentras

“An Assistance to Justices of the Peace, for the easier Performance of their Duty,” Keble, Joseph an English lawyer

“An atheist now must a monster be,” Kennet, White an English writer

Born: Lampe, Frederic Adolphus a German protestant divine

Born: Lavington, George an English prelate

“Versio Septuaginta Interpretum,” Leusden, John an eminent oriental and classical scholar

Died: Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

Died: Luca, John Baptist a learned cardinal

“Messis Medico-spagyrica, &c.” Manget, John James a learned physician and laborious historian of that science

“The Figures and Types of the Old, Testament explained and improved,” Mather, Samuel eldest son of the preceding

“The Rationarium Temporum of father Petau,” Maucroix, Francis De a French translator

Died: Minellius, John a Dutch grammarian

“De Politia” Moket, Richard warden of All Souls college

“Dissertationes octo, in quibus multa sacra3 et profanae Antiquitatis Monumenra explicantur,” Morin, Stephen a learned French protestant

“Elevation des Eaux, par toute sorte de machines, reduite a la mesure, au poids, et a la balance. Presentee a-sa majeste tres Chrestienne par le Chevalier Morland, gentilhomme ordinaire de la Chambre privee, et maistre des mechaniques du Roy de la Grande Bretaigne,” Morland, Sir Samuel, Bart. a man of very considerable celebrity in his day

“A true Account of the whole Proceedings betwixt James Duke of Ormond and Arthur Earl of Anglesey,” Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

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

Born: Munich, Burchard Christopher a celebrated military officer

Born: Nettleton, Thomas a physician and miscellaneous writer

Born: Nicole, Francis a very celebrated French mathematician

“An idea of Happiness, in a letter to a friend, inquiring wherein the greatest happiness attainable by man in this life doth consist,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“A Murnival of Knaves; or Whiggism plainly displayed and burlesqued out of countenance,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Tractatus adversus Reprobationis absolutae Decretum, nova methodo & snccinctissimo compendio adornatus, & in duos libros digestus,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

Born: Oldfield, Anne a celebrated English actress

Born: Perceval, John fifth baronet of the family

“Ordonnance des cinq Especes de Colonnes, selon la methode des Anciens,” Perrault, Claude an eminent French architect

“Observations upon the Dublin Bills of Mortality in 1681,” Petty, William a singular instance of an almost universal genius

“A full Answer to a book written by William Pettyt, esq. with a true account of the famous Colloquium, or Parliament 40 Hen. Ill and a glossary expounding some few words in ancient records, together with some animadversions on a book called Jani Anglorum facies nova,” Pettyt, William student of the Middle Temple

“Sermones convivales,” Peutinger, Conrad a celebrated scholar

Born: Piazzetta, John Baptist a modern artist

“A Discourse on Prayer,” Pittis, Thomas an English divine

Born: Poleni, John an Italian marquis

Born: Rameau, John Philip chevalier de St

Born: Reaumur, Rene' Anthony Farchault, Sieur De an eminent French naturalist

Born: Rivet De La Grange, Anthony of the same family as the preceding

“Gulichii Analysis et compendium hbrorum propheticorum antiqui et novi fcederis,” Roell, Hermann-Alexander a celebrated protestant divine

“History of the City of Herderwich” Sagittarius, Caspar an eminent Lutheran divine

“Academia artis pictoria?,” Sandrart, Joachim a German painter

“Certain Cases of Conscience resolved, concerning the lawfulness of joining with forms of prayer in public worship,” Scott, Dr. John a learned English divine

“Rules, orders, and instructions” Sherburne, Sir Edward an English poet

Died: Siri, Victor an Italian annalist

Died: Sluse, Rene' Francis Walter a mathematician

Born: Snape, Andrew a learned divine

Died: Tellier, François Michel Le marquis de Louvois

“Fourth collection of papers relating to the present juncture of affairs in England,” Treby, George a learned judge

Born: Uffembach, Zachary Conrade D' a very learned German

“Exordium sive proo3mium in Leviticum,” Viel, Charles Maria De a learned converted Jew

“Biographical Dictionary.” Walton, Isaac a celebrated writer on the art of angling

Born: Waterland, Daniel a learned English divine

“The Protestant Reconciler, humbly pleading for condescension to Dissenting Brethren in things indifferent and unnecessary, for the sake of peace; and shewing how unreasonable it is to make such things the necessary conditions of Communion. By a well-wisher to the Church’s Peace, and a Lamenter of her sad Divisions,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Bilrons: or a new discovery of Treason under the fair face and mask of Religion, and of Liberty of Conscience, &c.” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“An awakening Word to the Grand jury men of the nation,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Animadversions upon a late treatise, entitled, the Protestant Reconciler,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Remarks on the Preface to the Protestant Reconciler, in a letter to a friend: dated February the 28ih, 1682,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

“Protestant Reconciler, earnestly persuading the Dissenting Laity to join in full Communion with the Church of England; and answering all the objections of Nonconformists against the lawfulness of their submission unto the rights and constitutions of that Church,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

Born: Wolfe, John Christopher a learned scholar

“Suffragium Protestantium, wherein our governors are justified in their impositions and proceedings against dissenters. Meisner also, and the verdict rescued from the cavils and seditious sophistry of Dr, Whitby’s Protestant Reconciler,” Womock, Lawrence an English prelate

“Country-Wife,” Wycherley, William an English comic poet (?–1715)

Born: Ziegenbalg, Bartholomew a very Celebrated protestant missionary

1684

“Panegyrique de M. l'Electeur de Brandenbourg,” Abbadie, James a learned Protestant divine

Died: Adams, Richard an English Non-conformist

“The Epistle containing an account of Dr. Cosin’s life, prefixed to the doctor’s book, entitled, Ecclesix Anglicanae Politeia in tabulas digesta,” Allam, Andrew an English writer of the 17th century

“The Preliminary Epistle, with a review and correction of the book, entitled, Some plain Discourses on the Lord’s Supper, &c. written by Dr. George. Griffith, bishop of St. Asaph,” Allam, Andrew an English writer of the 17th century

“Onomasticon rerum inventarum et Inventa nov-antiqua, id est, brevis enarratio ortus et progressus artis medicæ,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Traite de la volont6,” Ameline, Claude a French ecclesiastic

“Gazophylacium linguee Persarum,” Ange De St. Joseph, Le Pere a barefoot carmelite of Toulouse

Died: Antonides, John an eminent Dutch poet

Died: Antonio, Nicholas a very learned and useful Spanish biographer

Born: Ardene, Esprit-Jean De Rome D' a French poetical and miscellaneous writer

Born: Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

“The good old Subject or the right Test of Religion and Loyalty,” Atterbury, Lewis born about the year 1631

“The Penitent Lady translated from the French of the famous madam la Valliere,” Atterbury, Lewis eldest son of the preceding

Died: Audran, Claude the second of this name

“Marii Mercatoris Opera,” Baluze, Stephen a learned French writer

“Examen des Methodes,” Basnage, James de Franquener

“Traite de la Tolerance,” Basnage, Henry de Beauval

Born: Bathurst, Allen earl (16841775)

“In obitum ejusdem, carmen,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Ludovico magno liberalium artium parenti et patrono, panegyricus,” Baune, James De La a learned French Jesuit

“Catholic Communion,” Baxter, Richard an eminent nonconformist divine

Born: Bel, Matthias born at Otsova in Hungary

Born: Berkeley, George an eminent and learned prelate

“Vie de Francois Levesque,” Bignon, Jerome a French writer

“A Defence of Sir Robert Filmer, against the mistakes and representations of Algernon Sydney, esq. in a paper delivered by him to the sheriffs upon the scaffold on Tower-hill, on Friday, Dec. 7, 1683, before his execution there,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“The Justice of Peace’s Calling, a moral essay,” Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Recreatio mentis et oculi in observatione Animalium Testaceorum,” Bonanni, Philip a learned Jesuit

“Medicina septentrionalis, collectitia,” Bonet, Theophilus an eminent physician and medical writer

“The Life of De Ruyter,” Brandt, Gerard a learned ecclesiastical historian

“Acute dicta omnium veterum poetarum Latinorum,” Briet, Philip an able French geographer

“Carmina,” Broeckhusius, John a distinguished scholar in Holland

“Abridgment of the History of the Order of St. Benedict, as far as the tenth century,” Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

“De Rouiana llepublica, de re militari et civiii Romanorum,” Cantel, Peter Joseph a man of considerable learning in classical criticism

“Metropolitanarum urbium historia civilis et ecclesiastica, tomus primus, &c.” Cantel, Peter Joseph a man of considerable learning in classical criticism

“Mechanicorum libri octo,” Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Rabbinismus, sive institutio grammatica pro legendis Rabbinorum scriptis,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Porta Syriae, sive grammatica Syriaca,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Plutarch’s Lives translated from the Greek by several hands,” Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

Born: Charlevoix, Peter Francis Xavier De a learned and industrious French Jesuit

Born: Claude, John James son of Isaac Claude

Died: Cordemoi, Gerard De a French historian

“De naturalismo cum aliorum, turn maxime Joannis Bodini, ex opere ejus manuscripto anecdoto, de abditis rerum subliinium arcanis, schediasnaa,” Diecman, John a Lutheran divine

Born: Drakenborch, Arnold an eminent classical editor

Born: Dunlop, Alexander, A. M. was brother to the above

Died: Durham, William an English divine

Born: Elswich, John Hekman a Lutheran divine

Died: Eschenbach, Andrew Christian a German divine and philologer

“La Jurisprudence du Code,” Ferrier, Claude De a learned French civilian

Died: Ford, Simon a man of learning

“Plutarch’s Morals,” Ford, Simon a man of learning

Born: Foucquet, Charles Louis Augustus count of Belle-Isle

“A Defence of the Resolution, &c.” Fowler, Edward a learned English prelate

“Rerum Anglic. Scriptores veteres,” Gildas the oldest British historian

Born: Gomez, Magdalen Angelica Poisson De a French lady

Died: Gore, Thomas a heraldic writer

“Exercitatio Geometrica de dimensione figurarum,” Gregory, David son of the preceding

“Dissertatio lithologica variis observationibus et figuris illustrata,” Groenvelt, John a physician

“Dissertatio de origine Romuli,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Moses unveiled,” Guild, William an eminent Scotch divine

Born: Handel, George Frederic the greatest musical composer of his time

Born: Havercamp, Sigebert a classical editor of considerable fame

“The History of Isoof Bassa,” Higgons, Sir Thomas son of Dr

Died: Highmore, Nathaniel a physician and anatomist

Died: Hodges, Nathaniel an English physician

“Concordance of the Bible,” Hugh De St. Cher a celebrated cardinal of the Dominican order

“Compendium institutionum medicarum,” Jacobæus, Oliger a professor of physic and philosophy at Copenhagen

Born: Jones, Griffith a pious divine and great benefactor to his country

“L'Esprit de Mr. Arnauld,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

Born: Jurin, James born in 1684

“The artless midnight Thoughts of a gentleman at court, who for many years built on sand, which every blast of cross fortune has defaced, but now has laid new foundations on the rock of his salvation,” Killigrew, William descended from this family

“the order of the installation of prince George of Denmark, Charles duke of Somerset, and George duke of Northumberland, at Windsor, April 8, 1684,” King, Gregory a heraldic and commercial writer

Born: Lardner, Nathaniel a very learned dissenting clergyman

Died: Lee, Nathaniel an English dramatic poet

Died: Leighton, Robert sometime bishop of Dunblane

“Relation historique du Roiaume de Siam,” Lisle, Claude De historiographer and censor royal

“An historical account of Church Government,” Lloyd, William a very learned English bishop

“Letters between Dr. Gilbert Burnet and Mr. Simon. Lowth,” Lowth, Simon an English clergyman

Died: Lyserus, John another learned protestant

“Institutions of the laws of Scotland,” Mackenzie, Sir George an ingenious and learned writer

Born: Mangey, Thomas a learned English divine

Born: Martiniere, Anthony-Augustin Bruzen De La a French author of considerable celebrity about the beginning of the last century

Born: Mazochi, Alexius Symmachus an Italian philologer and antiquary

Born: Mitchell, Joseph was the son of a stone-cutter in North-Britain

Died: Morley, Dr. George a learned English bishop

Died: Moulin, Peter Du son of the preceding

“Amor Pcenitens” Neercassel, John De a celebrated bishop of the catholics in Holland

Died: Netscher, Gaspard an eminent painter

“De causis Corruptse Jurisprudentiae, Oratio inauguralis,” Noodt, Gerard a celebrated civilian (?–1725)

“Poems and discourses occasionally written,” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

“Certamen philosophicum adversus J. B. principia,” Orobio, Balthasar a famous Spanish Jew

“Exposition upon the Epistle to the Hebrews,” Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“La Geometric-pratique, contenant la Trigonometric theorique & pratique, la Longimetrie, la Planimetrie, & la Stereometric,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

“Tractatulus de modo et ratione formandi voces derivativas Latinae Linguae,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“Enchiridion Linguae Latinae, or a compendious Latin Dictionary, &c.” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

“Speculum Linguae Latinos,” Phillips, Edward one of the nephews of Milton

Died: Philpot, John Somerset herald in the reign of James I. was a native of Folkstone

“A discourse concerning the trial of Spirits,” Pittis, Thomas an English divine

“Anthologia,” Pope, Alexander the most elegant and popular of all English poets

Born: Quirini, Angelo Maria a Venetian cardinal

Died: Rainbow, Edward a pious and exemplary bishop of Carlisle

“Bibliotheca Anti-Trinitariorum,” Sandius, Christopher or

Died: Santeul, Claude brother of the preceding

Died: Sharroch, Robert a clergyman’s son

Born: Sheridan, Thomas the intimate friend of Dean Swift

“Lives of the Poets,” Sheridan, Thomas the intimate friend of Dean Swift

“He descended into hell,” Smith, Richard one of the earliest book-collectors upon record

“Chorus Poetarum,” Spenser, Edmund a justly celebrated English-poet (?–1599)

“The second volume of Dr. John Lightfoot’s works,” Strype, John the most valuable contributor to ecclesiastical history and biography that ever appeared in this country

“Epistola de veritate proposiiionum Borellide motu animalium,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“Physicae conciliatricis Conamina,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

“In usum Delpbini,” Suetonius, Caius Suetonius Tranquillus an ancient historian and biographer

Born: Sykes, Arthur Ashley a divine of the church of England

Died: Tell, William one of the heroes of Swiss liberty

Born: Tillemans, Peter a landscape-painter

“An Account of a Salt-spring and another medicinal spring on the banks of the river Weare, or Ware, in the bishopric of Durham,” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

“The Life of Phocion,” Todd, Hugh a learned English divine

Born: Van Effen, Justus a man of letters

Born: Vanloo, John Baptist a portrait-painter

Born: Vernon, Edward esq. an admiral of distinguished bravery

Born: Vertue, George an eminent engraver and antiquary

“Remains.” Wagenseil, John Christopher a very learned German

“P.orphyrii in harmonica Ptoleimei Commentarius,” Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Born: Watteau, Anthony

“Ethices compendium in usum academicae juventutis,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

Born: Wild, Henry a tailor

“De Auditu,” Willis, Thomas an illustrious English physician

Died: Wren, Christopher a learned and illustrious English architect and mathematician

Born: Zincke, Christian Frederick an excellent enamel painter