Events noted in 1700

The event pages are experimental; the OCR errors in the text mean this is incomplete and unreliable but I offer it in the hopes that it will be of some use. Events shown include births and deaths of people with their own entries, and also the publication dates of some of the works cited.

1695 1705

1700

Born: Adam, Lambert-Sigisbert an eminent French sculptor

“A Treatise on the conformity between the Chinese ceremonies and the Greek and Roman idolatry, in order to confirm the apology of the Dominican Missionaries in China,” Alexander, Noel, In Latin Natalis a learned ecclesiastical writer of the 17th century

“De Loquela,” Amman, John Conrad a Swiss physician

Born: Arbuckle, James, A.M. was born in Glasgow

“Ecclesiastical History,” Arnold, Gothofred pastor and inspector of the churches of Perleberg

“An argument, proving that, according to the covenant of eternal life, revealed in the scriptures, man may be translated from hence into that eternal life without passing through death, although the human nature of Christ himself could not thus be translated till he had passed through death,” Asgill, John an ingenious English writer and lawyer

“Bart'lemy Fair, or an Inquiry after Wit,” Astell, Mary a learned and ingenious lady

Died: Athias, Joseph a Jew rabbi

Died: Aubrey, John an eminent English antiquary

Died: Aviler, Augustine Charles D' descended from a family originally of Nanci in Lorraine

“Historia deortu et progressu Medicinse,” Aulisio, Dominico the son of Antonio Aulisio

Born: Ballyet, Emmanuel a French antiquary

“Regum et Imperatorum Romanorum Numismata, a, Rubenio edita,” Beger, Lawrence the son of a tanner

“Le Theatre des etats du due de Savoie, traduit du Latin de Bleau,” Bernard, James professor of philosophy and mathematics

Born: Bernoulli, Daniel a celebrated physician and philosopher

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

“Gulielmus Cowper criminis Literarii citatus coram tribunali nobiliss. ampliss. Societatis Britanno-Regiae,” Bidloo, Godfrey a famous anatomical writer

“King Arthur, an heroic poem, in twelve books.” Blackmore, Sir Richard physician to king William III. and queen Anne

Died: Bohun, Edmund a voluminous political and miscellaneous writer of the seventeenth century

“Exercitaciones Philologicæ, in quibus Novi Fœderis nonnulla loca è profants maximè auctoribus Græcis iiiustrantur,” Bos, Lambert a learned philologist

“Pensees ingenieuses des Peres de l'Eglise,” Bouhours, Dominick a celebrated French critic

“the great ornament of our college.” Boyle, Charles earl of Orrery

Died: Brady, Robert a noted historian and physician of the seventeenth century

Born: Browne, Joseph provost of Queen’s-college

“Non compos mentis; or, the law relating to natural fools, mad folks, and lunatic persons,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

Died: Casanata, Jerome a learned cardinal

Born: Cat, Claude Nicholas Le an eminent French physician and surgeon

“Orthographia Latina ex vetustis monumentis, hoc est nummis, marmoribus, &c. excerpta, digesta, novisque observationibtis illustrata,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“The Perjured Husband,” Centlivre, Susannah an ingenious dramatic writer

“The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire,” Chauncy, Sir Henry knt. author of the “Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire

“Gemme antiche figurate,” Chausse, Michael Angelo De La a learned antiquary of Paris in the last century

Died: Chevillier, Andrew a doctor and librarian of the Sorbonne

“A Second Defence of the Short View, being a reply to a book entitled The ancient and modern Stages surveyed, &c.” Collier, Jeremy an eminent English divine

Died: Cook, Henry an English artist

“Courtship Alamode,” Craufurd, David, Esq. was born at Drumsoy near Glasgow

Born: Dandre-Bardon, Michael Francis one of the professors of the academy of painting

“A Discourse upon Grants and Resumptions: shewing, how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as have procured to themselves grants of the crown revenue; and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied to the payment of public debts,” Davenant, Charles the eldest son of sir William Davenant

“Pro Testinonio Josephi de Jesn Christo, contra Tan. Fubrum et alios,” Daubuz, Charles a learned French protestant divine

Born: Delany, Mary the second wife of the preceding

“Iphigenia,” Dennis, John a poet

Born: Dyer, John an English poet

Died: Edema, Gerard a Dutch painter

Died: Ellis, Clement an English divine

“Matthei Devarii de particulis Grrecae Linguae, liber singularis,” Eschenbach, Andrew Christian a German divine and philologer

Died: Fabretti, Raphael a very learned antiquary of Italy

“De recordatione animae humame post fata superstitis.” Fabricius, John Albert one of the most eminenjt and laborious scholars of his time in Europe

“The Homily of S. Gregoire of Nazianzen, on charity to our neighbour,” Francius, Peter a Greek and Latin poet

Born: Froelich, Erasmus a learned medallist

Born: Gifford, Andrew son of Emanuel

“Hist, des Isles Mariannes,” Gobien, Charles Le a learned Jesuit

Born: Gottsched, John Christopher a German poet

“The History of the Bible, translated from the French,” Gough, Richard the Camden of the eighteenth century

“First Apology” Grabe, John Ernest the learned editor of the “Septuagint

“Life of archbishop Williams,” Hacket, John bishop of Lichfield and Coventry

“Tractatus de Successionibus apud Anglos, or a treatise of Hereditary Descents,” Hale, Sir Matthew a most learned lawyer

Born: Hamel Du Monceau, Henry Lewis Du an eminent French writer on rural ceconomy and vegetable physiology

Born: Hardinge, Nicholas a polite and ingenious scholar

“A System of Divinity,” Heidegger, John Henry a protestant divine of Switzerland

Died: Hopkins, Charles son of the preceding

“Amasia, or the works of the Muses, a collection of Poems,” Hopkins, John another son of the bishop of Londonderry

“Notse in Anthologiam Epigrammatum Grsecorum,” Huet, Peter Daniel bishop of Avranches in France

“Quaestiones Hieronymianae,” Jerom a very celebrated father of the church

Died: Joly, Claude a French writer

Born: Jones, John an English divine of some note for exciting a controversy respecting the Liturgy

“Traite historique, contenant le jugement d'un Protestant sur la Theologie Mystique,” Juried, Peter a French protestant divine

“Miscellanies.” King, Dn. William an ingenious and humourous English writer

“Un Trait de Perspective,” Lami, Bernard a learned priest of the Oratory

“The Natural History of the Counties of Lancashire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire, &c.” Leigh, Charles a naturalist and physician of the seventeenth century

“The Church Catechism efcplained,” Lewis, John a learned English divine and antiquary

“The Piety of the Burmans;” Limborch, Pinup a celebrated professor of divinity in Holland

Died: Long, Thomas a learned divine of the church of England

Died: Maracci, Louis a learned author

Died: Martyn, John professor of botany at Cambridge

“Jani templum Christo nascente reseratum, seu Tractatus Chronologico-historicus vulgarem refellens opinionem existimantium, pacem toto terrarum orbe sub tempus Servatoris natale stabilitam fuisse,” Masson, John a reformed minister

“An Account of Mr. Locke’s religion, out of his own writings, and in his own words: together with observations, and a two-fold appendix,” Milner, John a learned English divine

“The Search after Truth.” Montmort, Peter Raymond De an able mathematician

“Hortatio ad studium lingua; Graecae et Hebraicae,” Moor, Michael a very learned divine of the Roman catholic persuasion

Born: Morant, Philip a learned and indefatigable antiquary and biographer

Born: Nollet, John Anthony a French abbe

Died: Noris, Henry one of the most celebrated scholars of the seventeenth century

Died: Nostre, Andrew Le comptroller of the royal edifices of France

Born: Nutt, Joseph a very ingenious man

“Amyntas,” Oldmixon, John ridiculed in the Taller by the name of Mr

“Memoirs of the Academy of Sciences,” Parent, Antony a French mathematician

“Almagesti Botanici Mantissa,” Plukenet, Leonard a celebrated English botanist

“Reason,” Pomfret, John an English poet

Died: Quin, James a celebrated actor

“De Morbis Artificum Diatriba,” Ramazzini, Bernardin an Italian physician

Died: Rance', Dom. Armand John Le Bouthillier De the celebrated abbe and reformer of the monastery of La Trappe

Died: Russel, William, Fifth Earl And First Duke Of Bedford was eldest son of Francis fourth earl of Bedford

Died: Savile, Sir George marquis of Halifax

“La Banque Romaine,” Sixtus Iv. is said by some writers to have been the son of a fisherman at Celles

Born: Titley, Walter a polite scholar

“Monumenta veteris Antii,” Torre, Philip Della a learned antiquary

“Institutiones rei herbarise: sive, Elementa botanices,” Tournefort, Joseph Pitton De a famous botanist of France

Born: Towgood, Micajah a protestant dissenting divine of considerable eminence

Died: Tozzi, Luke an eminent physician

“A poem on Badminton -house, Gloucestershire.” Trapp, Joseph an English divine

“Verses on the death of the duke of Gloucester,” Trapp, Joseph an English divine

Died: Turner, Francis an English prelate

Born: Van Swieten, Gerard one of the most celebrated physicians of the last century

“An appeal to all the true members of the church of England, in behalf of the king’s ecclesiastical supremacy, as by law established; by our convocations approved; and by our most eminent bishops and clergymen stated and defended, against both the popish and fanatical opposers of it, 1698,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

Born: Webb, Philip Carteret

Died: Woodfohd, Samuel a divine and poet

Born: Worlidge, Thomas an artist of considerable merit

Born: Zinzendorf, Nicholas Lewis count de

1701

“Tetrapla Alcoranica, sive Specimen Alcorani quadrilinguis Arabici, Persici, Turcici, et Latini,” Acoluthus, Andrew a learned Orientalist

“De Messiæ duplici adventu dissertationes duæ adversus Judeos,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

“Dissertationes quatuor de mensis, lecticis, et poculis veterum,” Almeloveen, Theodore Jansson Van an eminent Dutch physician

“Descriptio Frisiae inter Scaldis portum veterem et Amisiam,” Alting, Menso probably of fche same family

Born: Amory, Thomas a dissenting minister of considerable note

“Dissertation sur l‘usage de mettre la premiere pierre au fondement des edifices publics, addressée au prince electoral de Brandebourg, à l’occasion de la premiere pierre, qu‘il a posée lul même au fondement du temple qu’on construit pour les François Refugiez dans le quartier de Berlin nommé Friderichstadt,” Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“Dissertazione intorna alia patria di Ennio,” Angelis, Dominico De author of several pieces relating to the history of literature

“Germain e de Foix,” Baudot De Juilli, Nicholas born at Vendôme in 1678

Born: Beau, Charles Le first professor of rhetoric in the college of the Grassins

“Physiologica medica,” Berger, John William brother to the preceding

Born: Blackwell, Thomas an ingenious and very learned writer of the last century

“Tractatus ecclesiasticus de jure parochiali,” Boehmer, Justin Henning a very celebrated German lawyer

“Calendarium Romanum chronologorum causa constructum, &c.” Bonjour, William a learned Augustin

Born: Breitinguer, John James whom Meister calls the greatest reformer of the Swiss schools which the last century produced

“Burmannorum pietas, gratissimae beati parentis memoriae communi nomine ex^ hibita,” Burman, Francis one of the sons of the preceding

Born: Burrow, Sir James born in 1701

“Here valour has met with its deserts!” Catinat, Nicholas one of the ablest generals under Louis XIV. the son of the dean of the counsellors of parliament

Born: Chais, Charles an eminent protestant divine

Died: Chevreau, Urban was born at Loudun

Died: Codrington, Christopher a brave soldier and a distinguished benefactor to All Souls college

“Historical, geographical, genealogical, and poetical Dictionary.” Collier, Jeremy an eminent English divine

Born: Condamine, Charles Marie De La chevalier de St

Born: Cruden, Alexander author of an excellent “Concordance of the Bible

“Concordance of the Bible,” Cruden, Alexander author of an excellent “Concordance of the Bible

Died: Danet, Peteu a French cure at Paris

Born: Daran, James a French military surgeon

“EsMiys upon the Balance of Power; the right of making War, Peace, Alliances; Universal Monarchy. To which is added, an Appendix, containing the records referred to in the second essay,” Davenant, Charles the eldest son of sir William Davenant

“A picture of a Modern Whig, in two parts,” Davenant, Charles the eldest son of sir William Davenant

“Systema Dissert, rar.” Daumius, Christian an eminent classical and philological scholar

“Primitive Sacrse, the reflections of a devout solitude, consisting of Meditations and Poems on divine subjects,” Disney, John a learned English divine and magistrate

“Grabe’s Spicilegium.” Dodwell, Henry a very learned writer

“Defense de la Censure de la Facultie de Theologie de Paris, contre les Memoires de la Chine,” Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

“De la necessite de la Foi en Jesus Christ, &c.” Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

Born: Emerson, William a very eminent mathematician

“A new jniscellany of original Poems on several occasion’s,” Finch, Anne, Countess Of Winchelsea a lady of considerable poetical talents

“Discourses on several subjects, viz. the Rise and Fall of Papacy,” Fleming, Robert son jof the preceding

“Geometrica dernonslratio theorematum Hugenianorum circa logisticam, seu Logarithmicam lineatn,” Grandlus, Gumo a philosopher and mathematician

“De Ortu et Progressu Juris Civiiis;” Gravina, John Vincent an eminent scholar

Born: Guyon, Marie-Claude a French historian

“Meditations” Halket, Lady Anne a learned English lady

“Cent Nouvelles nouvelles,” Hoogue, Romain De a Dutch designer and engraver

Born: Hudson, Thomas a portrait-painter of some celebrity

Born: Hunauld, Francis Joseph an eminent anatomist and physician

“Historia Italiae et Hispaniae genealogica,” Imhoff, John a very famous genealogist

“Ecclesiastical Synods, and Parliamentary Convocations in the Church of England, historically stated, and justly vindicated from the misrepresentations of Mr. Atterbury,” Kennet, White an English writer

“An occasional Letter, on the subject of English Convocations,” Kennet, White an English writer

“De tribus Impostoribus magnis Liber, Edwardo Herbert, Thomse Hobbes, et Benedicto Spinosa oppositis,” Kortholt, Christian a learned professor of divinity at Kiel

“Terence,” Leng, John a learned English prelate

“De ratione et licentia metri Terentiani.” Leng, John a learned English prelate

“Theologia Evangelica,” Maius, John Henry a Lutheran divine

Born: Malouin, Paul James an eminent French chemist and physician

Born: Maurepas, John Frederic Phelypeaux, Count Of grandson of the count de Pontchartrain

“Projet pour la Correction du Dictionnaire Historique de M. Moreri, deja revu, corrigé, & angmenté dans le derniere Edition de Paris par M. Vaultier,” Moreri, Lewis a French divine (?–1680)

“Nundaeana et Patiniana,” Naudé, Gabriel a learned French writer and bibliographer

Died: Nicaise, Claude a celebrated French antiquary ia the seventeenth century

“An Introduction to a Devout Life, by Francis Sales, bishop and prince of Geneva; translated and reformed from the Errors of the Romish edition. To which is prefixed, a Discourse of the Rise and Progress of the Spiritual Books in the Romish. Church,” Nichols, William an English divine of great learning and merit (16641712)

“A Treatise of Consolation to Parents for the Death of theirChildren written upon the occasion of the Death of the Duke of Gloucester and addressed to the most illustrious Princess Anue of Denmark,” Nichols, William an English divine of great learning and merit (16641712)

“An Essay towards the Theory of the Ideal or Intelligible World; considering it absolutely in itself. Part I.” Norris, John a learned English divine and Platonic philosopher

Died: Obrecht, Ulric a learned German

Died: Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

Born: Pergolesi, John Baptist one of the most excellent of the Italian composers

“La Morale Chretien abregee,” Placette, John De La a protestant minister of great eminence

“L'Art de Tourner,” Plumier, Charles called Father Plumier

“An Essay on ways and means to maintain the Honour and Safety of England,” Ralegh, Sir Walter or'Rawlegh

“The Constitutions and Rules of the Abbe of la Trappe,” Rance', Dom. Armand John Le Bouthillier De the celebrated abbe and reformer of the monastery of La Trappe

Born: Randolph, Thomas archdeacon of Oxford

“Ecclesiastical Power,” Richer, Edmund a learned French divine

“The Turkish History by Mr. Knolles and sir Paul Rycaut abridged,” Savage, John the benevolent president of the famous club at Royston*

“Historia Ensiferorum ordinis Teutonic!,” Schurtzfleisch, Conrad Samuel a learned German

Died: Scuderi, Magdeleine De sister of the preceding

Died: Sedley, Sir Charles a dramatic and miscellaneous writer

Died: Shower, Sir Bartholomew an eminent lawyer

“The liberty and independency of the kingdom and church of Scotland asserted, from ancient records in three parts,” Sibbald, Sir Robert an eminent physician

“Medicina universalis, theoretica et practica,” Sorbait, Paul a good medical writer

Died: Spanheim, Frederic brother of Ezekiel Spanheim

“Atuiquitatum Romanorum Syntagma,” Struvius, Burcard Gotthelf one of the many sons of the preceding

“The Life of Dr. John Elmer, bishop of London,” Strype, John the most valuable contributor to ecclesiastical history and biography that ever appeared in this country

Died: Tempesta, Peter otherwise called Molyn

“Vocabularium Anglo-Saxonicum Lexico Gul. Somneri magna parte auctius,” Thwaites, Edward a learned Saxonist

Died: Treby, George a learned judge

“A Vindication of the Proceedings of some Members of the Lower House of Convocation,” Trimnell, Charles successively bishop of Norwich and Winchester

“The Pretence to enter the Parliament-Writ considered,” Trimnell, Charles successively bishop of Norwich and Winchester

“Trithemii Opera historica,” Trithemius, John a celebrated abbot of the Benedictine order

“Institute” Turretin, John Alphonsus the most celebrated of the family

“De ludis ssECularibus Academicae Questiones,” Turretin, John Alphonsus the most celebrated of the family

“A brief Disquisition of the Law of Nature, &c.” Tyrrell, James an English historian

“Historia JPtolemasorum yEgypti regum ad fidem numismatum accommodata,” Vaillant, John Foi a great medallist

“The Rights, Powers, and Privileges, of an English Convocation, stated and defended,” Wake, William an eminent English prelate

Died: Williamson, Sir Joseph an eminent statesman and benefactor to Queen’s college

“Examination of Dr. Woodward’s Account of the Deluge,” Wotton, William an English divine of uncommon parts and learning (?–1726)

Born: Wray, Daniel a man of taste and learning

1702

Born: Adelburner, Michael a mathematician and physician

“Nectarii Patriarchte Hierosolymitani confutatio Imperil Papæ in Ecclesiam,” Allix, Peter a very learned and eminent divine of the church of England

Born: Antonini, Annibal brother to Joseph Antonini

“Poemata,” Aquino, Charles De a miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

“Elementa Theologiae,” Argentre, Charles Duplessis D' bishop of Tulles

“Schediasma de Phalaride, M. Antonini scriptis, et Agapeti Scheda regia,” Arndt, Charles [son of Joshua Arndt]

Born: Arntzenius, John a learned philologist

Died: Arvieux, Laurence D' a French eastern scholar and traveller

Died: Astorini, Elias born in the province of Cosenza in the kingdom of Naples in 1651

“A translation of Apollonius on Conic Sections,” Astorini, Elias born in the province of Cosenza in the kingdom of Naples in 1651

“De motus Fermentativi causa,” Astruc, John a very celebrated French physiciaiTj was born in 1684

Born: Attiret, John Denis a French Jesuit and painter

Died: Baan, John De an eminent Dutch painter

“De Spiritualibus Pecci, or notes concerning the work of God, and some that have been workers together with God, in the High Peak,” Bagshaw, William a nonconformist minister

Died: Barth, John a native of Dunkirk

“L'Histoire de Philippe Anguste,” Baudot De Juilli, Nicholas born at Vendôme in 1678

“De nummis Cretensium serpentiferis,” Beger, Lawrence the son of a tanner

“Lucernae sepulchrales J. P. Bellorii,” Beger, Lawrence the son of a tanner

“Composizioni poeticheconsistenti inrimesacre,eroiche, morali ed amorose,” Beregani, Nicholas, Count an Italian author of the seventeenth century

Born: Bergler, Stephen was born at Hermanstadt

“Memoirs of the academy of Paris,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

Died: Bidloo, Godfrey a famous anatomical writer

“Mysterii Ellipsios Grcecas expositi Specimen,” Bos, Lambert a learned philologist

Died: Bouhours, Dominick a celebrated French critic

“A prefatory discourse to an examination of a late book, entitled ‘An Exposition, &c.’” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

“The Exposition given by my lord bishop of Sarum of the second Article of our Religion, examined,” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

“Remarks on the Examinist of the Exposition,” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

Died: Caraccio, Anthony baron of Corano

Died: Charpentier, Francis dean of the French academy

Born: Chaufepie, James George De author of a very useful Biographical Dictionary

Born: Chicoyneau, Aime Francis born at Montpellier in 1702

Died: Churchill, Sir Winston a distinguished English gentleman

“J. J. Claudii Dissertatio de Salutationibus Veterum, cui addita est Diatribe de Nutricibus et Paedagogis,” Claude, John James son of Isaac Claude

“Historia Fratrum Bohcmorum,” Comenius, John Amos a celebrated grammarian and protestant divine

Died: Commire, John a Jesuit

Born: Cooke, Thomas a poet and miscellaneous writer

“De civitate et ecclesia Settina;” Corradini, De Sezza, Peter Marcellinus a learned antiquary

Born: Corsini, Edward a monk of the Ecoles-Pies

“Constitutiones de primitivis R. Mosis F. Maimonis, &c. cum versione et notis philologicis,” Cramer, John Rodolphus a learned protestant divine

“The shortest Way with the Dissenters,” De Foe, Daniel a voluminous and very ingenious political and miscellaneous writer

Born: Demours, Peter a French physician

Born: Doddridge, Philip an eminent dissenting divine

“Commendatory verses upon the author of prince Arthur and king Arthur.” Drake, James a celebrated political writer and physician

“Exercitations, critical, philosophical, historical, theological, on several important places in the Old and New Testament,” Edwards, John an eminent English divine and voluminous writer

“Epigenes sive commentarius in fragmenta Orphica” Eschenbach, Andrew Christian a German divine and philologer

Born: Fagan, Christopher Barthelemi a French comic writer of some eminence within the last century

“Ancient Psychrolusy revived,” Floyer, Sir John an eminent physician

“Pharmacopreia extemporanea,” Fuller, Thomas an English physician

Died: Gale, Thomas celebrated for his knowledge of the Greek language and antiquities

Died: Gale, Samuel brother of the preceding

“Olynthian” Granville, George viscount Lansdowne

“SystemaTheologise propbeticse,” Gurtler, Nicolas a learned protestant divine

Died: Hare, Dr. Francis an English bishop

“An Index to L'Estrange’s translation of Josephus,” Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

Born: Hebenstreit, John Ernest a celebrated physician and philologer of Leipsic

“A Scripture Catechism,” Henry, Matthew an eminent dissenting teacher

“Family Hymns,” Henry, Matthew an eminent dissenting teacher

Died: Heywood, Oliver a nonconformist divine

“The Generous Conqueror, or the Timely Discovery,” Higgons, Bevil younger son of sir Thomas

“Franeker, 4to. 2. Also, <c Dissertation urn libri tres, quibus explicantur, &c. selecta juris publici, sacri, privatique capita,” Huber, Zacharias son of the former

“Origines de Caen,” Huet, Peter Daniel bishop of Avranches in France

“An English translation of the Life of Apollonius Tyaneus, from the French of Tillemont,” Jenkin, Robert a learned English divine

Born: Jordan, Charles Stephen a person distinguished more by his connections than by his works

“Corpus Historic genealogicae Italiae et Hispaniae,” Imhoff, John a very famous genealogist

“The History of the Convocation summoned to meet Feb. 6, 1700, &c.” Kennet, White an English writer

“Nouvelles de la Republique de Lettres” King, Peter chancellor of England

“D Origine Mali,” King, Da. William a learned archbishop of Dublin

“On the Cubature of the, Sphere,” Lagny, Thomas Fantet De an eminent mathematician

Born: Leake, Stephen Martin a herald and antiquary

Born: Lecchi, John Anthony a learned Italian mathe. matician

“A Sermon preached in Chester, against Marriages in different Communions,” Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

Born: Liotard, John Stephen a painter

“the Turk,” Liotard, John Stephen a painter

“Bibliotheca Chemica curiosa,” Manget, John James a learned physician and laborious historian of that science

Born: Martine, George a physician

“Animadversions upon Mons. Le Clerc’s Rejections upon our Saviour and his Apostles, &c. primitive fathers, &c.” Milner, John a learned English divine

Born: Morris, Lewis a Welsh antiquary and poet

Born: Murray, James a clergyman of Scotland

“Library” Nicolson, William a learned English prelate and antiquary

Born: Oliveyra, Francis Xavier De knight of the military order of Christ

Born: Passemant, Claude Simeon an able French optician

“Gazophylacii Naturae jet Artis, Decades decem,” Petiver, James a famous English botanist

“an honest and learned, but perplexed lawyer.” Pollexfen, Sir Henry an English lawyer and judge

“Alexandra,” Potter, John archbishop of Canterbury (16741747)

Born: Purver, Antony one of the religious society called Quakers

Born: Querlon, Anne Gabriel Meusnier De born at Nantes April 15

Born: Ridley, Dr. Gloster a learned divine

Born: Scheuchzer, John James an eminent physician and naturalist

“Nova litteraria Helvetica” Scheuchzer, John James an eminent physician and naturalist

“Memoirs of the reign of Charles I.” Smith, Thomas a learned English writer and divine

Born: Stillingfleet, Benjamin grandson to the preceding

“Series Dynastarum et Regum Daniae, a Skioldo Odini filio, ad Gormum Grandaevum,” Torfæus, Thermodus a learned Danish historian and antiquary

“On the deaths of king William, prince George, and queen Anne,” Trapp, Joseph an English divine

Died: Trimnell, Charles successively bishop of Norwich and Winchester

“An Answer to a third Letter to a Clergyman in defence of the entry of the Parliament- Writ,” Trimnell, Charles successively bishop of Norwich and Winchester

“The Observator,” Tutchin, John a party writer in the reign of king James the second

Died: Villiers, George duke of Buckingham

“A short view of the Chronology of the Old Testament, and of the Harmony of the Four Evangelists,” Whiston, William an English divine of very uncommon parts and more uncommon learning (16671752)

Born: Yriarte, Juan De a learned and laborious Spanish writer

1703

Died: Addison, Lancelot son of Lancelot Addison a. clergyman

Died: Alsop, Vincent an English nonconformist of considerable note

“Le dernier triomphe de Frederic Guillaume le Grand, electeur de Brandebourg, ou discours sur la Statue Equestre érigée sur le Pont Neuf du Berlin,” Ancillon, Charles son of the above

“Tackers” Anstis, John a learned heraldic writer

Born: Arntzenius, Otho brother of the preceding

Died: Audran, Girard the most celebrated artist of the family

“Disputatio de jure belli et pacis,” Averani, Joseph was born at Florence the 19th of March 1662

Born: Ayloffe, Sir Joseph of Framfield in Sussex

“De Ecclesiasticae Hierarchise origine dissertatio,” Bacchini, Bernardin a very learned Italian scholar of the seventeenth century

“Acroamata, in quibus complures ad iatrochemiam, atqne physicam spectantia jucunda rerum varietate explicantur,” Barchausen, John Conrad an eminent physician

“Defense clu Tniite' des prejugez, &c.” Basnage, James de Franquener

Born: Bate, James elder brother of the preceding

“Nouvelle allegorique, ou, Histoire des derniers troubles arrives au royaume d'eloquence,” Bauldri, Paul surnamed D'!Berville

“Numismata Pontificum Romanorum,” Beger, Lawrence the son of a tanner

Born: Bellin, Nicholas geographical engineer of the marine

Died: Bellini, Laurence an eminent Italian physician

Born: Beraud, Laurence a French mathematician and astronomer

Born: Bergalli, Louisa an Italian poetess

“De Kalendario et Cyclo Ciesaris ac de Paschali canone S. Hippolyti martyris, dissertationes dusc,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

“Apparatus of Nourri,” Bigne, Marguerin De La a priest

Died: Blancard, Nicholas a classical editor

“Reliquiae Bodleianse, or, some genuine remains of sir Thomas Bodley,” Bodley, Sir Thomas that illustrious benefactor to literature

“Dictionnaire de Musique,” Brossard, Sebastian De an eminent French musician

Born: Browne, Moses vicar of Olney in Buckinghamshire

“Lex Spuriorum; or, the law relating to bastardy, collected from the common, civil, and ecclesiastical laws,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“L'Avoisinement des Protestans avec TEglise Romaine,” Camus, John Peter an exemplary French prelate

“De angelis disputatio theologica,” Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Historia universalis brev-iter ac perspicue exposita, in antiquam et medii aevi ac novam divisa, cum notis perpetuis,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

“Notitia Orbis Antiqui,” Cellarius, Christopher an eminent critic and geographer

Died: Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“Auxeus Constantini nummus, &c. explicatus,” Chausse, Michael Angelo De La a learned antiquary of Paris in the last century

Born: Cibber, Theophilus son of the above

Born: Clubbe, John rector of Whatfield

“Mr. Collier’s dissuasive from the Play-house: in a letter to a person of quality, occasioned by the late calamity of the tempest,” Collier, Jeremy an eminent English divine

“Praeludia Anatomica,” Commelin, John a distinguished botanist

Born: Cosme, John De St. whose family name was Ba­Seillac

Born: De Missy, Cæsar a man greatly distinguished in the learned world

Born: Dick, Sir Alexander of Prestonfield

Born: Dodsley, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous writer

“Wit without Money.” Drake, James a celebrated political writer and physician

“Traite de la Doctrine Chretienne et orthodox,” Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

“Opera Gersoni,” Dupin, Lewis Jellies an eminent ecclesiastical historian of the last century

Died: Evremond, Charles De St. a writer

“Les Qualités du Quinquina,” Fagon, Guy Crescent an eminent French physician in the reign of Louis XIV. was born at Paris

Died: Falz, Raymond a celebrated medallist

“Case of Conscience,” Fouillou, James a celebrated licentiate of the Sorbonne

“De veteribus regum Francorum Diplomatibus, et arte secernendi antiqua' diplomata vera a falsis,” Germon, Bartholomew a celebrated Jesuit

“Quadratura circuii et hyperbola3 per infinitas hyperbolas et parabolas geometrice exhibita,” Grandlus, Gumo a philosopher and mathematician

Died: Greenville, Denis a younger son of the preceding

“Notitia et illustratio dissertationis nuperse de morte Juda?,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Phredri Fabulae cum Joan. Fred. Gronovii & Jac. Gronovii Notis & Nicolai Dispontini collectaneis,” Gronovius, James son of the preceding (?–1716)

“Reliquiae Bodleianae, or some genuine remains of sir Thomas Bodley, &c.” Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

“Plinii Fpistolae et Paneg\ricus, &c.” Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

“Eutropius.' Messala Corvinus. Julius Obsequens, &c.” Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

“The History of the Low Countries, from the abdication of Charles V. to the year 1598.” Hooft, Peter Cornelius Van a Dutch poet and historian

Died: Hughes, John an English poet

“Opuscula Posthuma,” Huygens, Christian a very celebrated mathematician and astronomer

Died: Hyde, Dr. Thomas a very learned writer

Born: Jenyns, Soame an elegant and ingenious writer

Died: 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

Died: Kidder, Dr. Richard a very learned English bishop

“Nouvelles de la Republique des Lettres” King, Da. William a learned archbishop of Dublin

Died: Kunckel, John a celebrated chemist

Died: Lalande, James De an able counsellor

“De Cymbalis veterum libri tres,” Lampe, Frederic Adolphus a German protestant divine

Born: Law, Edmund bishop of Carlisle (?–1787)

Died: Le Cene, Charles a learned protestant divine

“Cassandra, concerning the new Associations,” Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

“History of Cromwell,” Leti, Gregory a voluminous writer of history

Born: Levret, Andrew an eminent French surgeon and accoucheur

Born: Lieberkuhn, John-Nathaniel a Prusian anatomist

“Let him study the holy scripture, especially the New Testament. It has God for its author; salvation for its end; and truth, without any mixture of error, for its matter.” Locke, John one of the greatest philosophers this country has produced

Born: Lynar, Rochus Frederic Count a Danish statesman and scholar

“Animadversiones et Supplementa ad Coccei Lexicon Hebraeum,” Maius, John Henry a Lutheran divine

“The Life of Dom Ranqe, abbe and reformer of La Trappe,” Marsollier, James a French historian of some credit

Died: Mascaron, Julius an eminent French preacher

Born: Miller, James a political and dramatic writer

Born: Morell, Thomas an able classical scholar and editor

Died: Nuvolone is the name of a family of painters

Born: Orleans, Lewis Duke Of a learned and pious prince of the s blood royal of France

“Reponse aux principaux articles, qui sont dans le 23 Journal de Paris de Tan 1703, touchant la premiere partie de son Algebre,” Ozanam, James an eminent French mathematician

Born: Parcieux an able mathematician

“Q,. Curtius in integrum restitutus, et vindicatus ab immodica atque acerba nimis crisi viri ciarissimi Joannis Clerici,” Perizonius, James a learned German

Died: Perrault, Charles younger brother to the preceding

“Antiquité de la Nation & de la Langue de Celtes,” Pezron, Paul a learned and ingenious Frenchman

“Dissertation touchant L'ancienne demeure des Cananeens,” Pezron, Paul a learned and ingenious Frenchman

Died: Pomfret, John an English poet

“Appendix Angustiniana,” Prosper, St. of Aquitaine

“Oratio de Palingenesia literarum in terris nostris,” Rycke, Theodore De a learned critic

“A Collection of Letters of the Ancients, whereby is discovered the morality, gallantry, wit, humour, manner of arguing, and in a word the genius of the Greeks and Romans,” Savage, John the benevolent president of the famous club at Royston*

“Truth and Excellency of the Christian Religion against Jews, Infidels, and Heretics.” Stanhope, George dean of Canterbury

Died: Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

Born: Swinton, John a very celebrated English antiquary

Died: Sybrecht, John a landscape painter

Died: Thiers, John Baptist a learned doctor of the Sorbonne

“A Prologue to the University of Oxford,” Trapp, Joseph an English divine

“Abramule,” Trapp, Joseph an English divine

“Nummi antiqui familiarum Romanarum perpetuis interpretationibus illustrati,” Vaillant, John Foi a great medallist

Died: Viviani, Vincentio a celebrated Italian mathematician

Died: Wallis, John an eminent English mathematician (16161703)

Born: Warner, Ferdinando a very voluminous writer

Born: Wesley, John the most celebrated of the family

Died: Wheler, Sir George a learned traveller

“Paraphrase and commentary on the New Testament,” Whitby, Daniel a learned divine

Born: Worthington, William a learned English divine

1704

Died: Acoluthus, Andrew a learned Orientalist

“Les Gouverneurs et Lieutenants au Gouvernement du Dauphiné,” Allard, Guy was a native of Dauphiny

“Orationes,” Aquino, Charles De a miscellaneous writer of considerable fame

Born: Argens, John Baptiste De Boyer, Marquis D' one of those writers who contributed to the general desolation of government

“Dissert, sup. Arist.” Aristeas a prefect or officer under Ptolemy Philadelphus

Born: Artigni, Anthony Gachet D' canon of the cathedral church at Vienna

“Essay on Peace and War,” Astell, Mary a learned and ingenious lady

“A fair way with Dissenters and their Patrons, not writ by Mr. Lindsay, or any other furious jacobite, whether a clergyman or a layman but by a very moderate person and dutiful subject of the queen,” Astell, Mary a learned and ingenious lady

“Prefazione alle Poesie Toscane di Ansaldo Ansaldi,” Averani, Joseph was born at Florence the 19th of March 1662

“Dictionnaire Universel,” Basnage, Henry de Beauval

Born: Battie, William an English physician of considerable eminence (17041764)

Born: Belgrado, James an eminent Italian mathematician

Died: Bellocq, Peter valet-de-chambre to Louis XIV

Born: Bergen, Charles Augustus De a German anatomist and botanist

Born: Berthier, William Francis a French writer of considerable note

“History of the Academy of the Sciences,” Bianchini, Francis a very learned Italian astronomer and philosopher

Born: Bianchini, Joseph nephew of the preceding

“De exulibus Grcecis iisdemque litterarum in Italia instauratoribus,” Boerner, Christian Frederick professor of theology at Leipsic

Died: Bossuet, James bishop of Meaux

Died: Bourdaloue, Lewis a Jesuit

Born: Boyd, William a descendant of the preceding

Born: Broughton, Thomas a learned divine

Died: Brown, Thomas of facetious memory^ as Mr

Died: Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“Declaration of the divers preheminences or privileges allowed by the laws and customs of England, unto the firstborn among her majesty’s subjects the temporal lords in parliament,” Brydal, John a law-writer and antiquary

“A defence of his father,” Burman, Francis one of the sons of the preceding

“A Vindication of the twenty-third Article of Religion, from a late Exposition, ascribed to my lord bishop of Sarum.” Burnet, Gilbert the celebrated bishop of Salisbury

Died: Buxtorf, John James either son or nephew to the preceding

Born: Carr, George a clergyman of the episcopal church in Scotland

Died: Carstares, William a political character of considerable fame in Scotland

Born: Chapman, John was the son of the rev

Died: Chaufepie, James George De author of a very useful Biographical Dictionary

“Careless Husband,” Cibber, Colley poet-laureat to George II. and a dramatic writer of considerable genius

Born: Clemencet, Charles was born at Painblanc

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

“De re llustica,” Constantine Vii., Porphyrogeneta son of Leo the Wise

“VetusLatium,profanum et sacrum,” Corradini, De Sezza, Peter Marcellinus a learned antiquary

“Dissertation on the works of St. Evremont,” Cotolendi, Charles an advocate in the parliament of Paris

Born: Cramer, Gabriel an eminent mathematician

“Decas Thesium Theologicarum,” Cramer, John Rodolphus a learned protestant divine

“Love at first Sight,” Craufurd, David, Esq. was born at Drumsoy near Glasgow

“Homerus Hebraeus, sive Historia Hebraeorum ab Homero, Hebraicis hominibus ac sententiis conscripta, in Odyssea et Iliade, exposita et illustrata,” Croese, Gerard a protestant divine

“Essays upon Peace at Home and War Abroad, in two parts,” Davenant, Charles the eldest son of sir William Davenant

Born: Desportes, John Baptist Rene' Pouppe'E physician to the king of France

“Les interets de PAngleterre, mal entendiis dans la guerre presente,” Dubos, John Baptist an eminent French writer and critic

Died: Duche De Vancy, Joseph Francis born at Paris

“Pentateuchus Historicus,” Felibien, John Francis son of the preceding

“Four Pastoral Letters,” Fenelon, Francis De Salignac De La Motte archbishop of Cambray

“Supplement a la Diplomatique,” Germon, Bartholomew a celebrated Jesuit

Died: Gousset, James an eminent protestant divine

“Thesaurus Antiq. & Histor. Italia?,” Grævius, John George a cele-. brated Latin critic

“LeRime,” Guidi, Alexander an Italian poet

Born: Haen, Anthony De professor of medicine in the university of Vienna

Born: Hamilton, William of Bangour

“Index to Clarendon’s History of the Rebellion,” Hearne, Thomas an eminent English antiquary

Died: Hemskirk, Egbert another painter

Died: Henao, Gariel De a voluminous Spanish author

“The Communicant’s Companion,” Henry, Matthew an eminent dissenting teacher

Died: Hericourt, Julian De an ingenious member of the academy at Soissons

“Lapis Lydius Materiae Medicae,” Hermann, Paul a celebrated botanist

Died: Hospital, William-Francis-Antony, Marquis De L' a great mathematician of France

“Dionysii Halicarnassensis opera omnia,” Hudson, Dr. John a learned English critic

“Pieces Fugitives,” Huet, Peter Daniel bishop of Avranches in France

“Vie de St. Norbert Fondateur des Premontres,” Hugo, Charles Louis a voluminous author in Latin and French

Born: Jaucourt, Louis De a man of a noble family

“Exposition of the Parables,” Keach, Benjamin a Baptist divine of considerable note in his day

“The case of Impropriations, and of the Augmentation of Vicarages^ &c.” Kennet, White an English writer

“Preface to sir Henry Spelman’s and Dr. Ryve’s two tracts,” Kennet, White an English writer

“Mully of Mountown,” King, Dn. William an ingenious and humourous English writer

“Le Glossaire du Droit François,” Lauriere, Eusebius James De a celebrated lawyer

“Dissertation sur le Nourriture des Os,” Lemery, Louis son of the preceding

“The Wolf stripped of his Shepherd’s Cloathing, in answer to * Moderation a Virtue,'” Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

“The Bishop of Sarum’s [Burnet’s] proper Defence, from a Speech said to be spoken by him against occasional Conformity,” Leslie, Charles the second son of the preceding

“A Continuation of the Ecclesiastical History began by Hornius,” Leydecker, Melchior an eminent protestant divine

Died: Ludolph, Job a learned orientalist

Born: Lye, Edward a learned linguist and antiquary

Born: Malone, Edmond a gentleman of great literary research

“De Concordia,” Marca, Peter De one of the greatest ornaments of the Gallican church

“Poems,” Marchetti, Alexander a physician

Born: Martin, Benjamin an eminent optician

“Account of Poisons,” Mead, Richard a most distinguished physician

Died: Menzini, Benedict an Italian poet

“In Aurelium Celsum et Quintum Serenum Sammonicum Epistolce quatuor,” Morgagni, John Baptist an eminent pbysiciain and anatomist

“Optics, or a Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, and Inflections, and the Colours of Light,” Newton, Sir Isaac the most splendid genius that has yet adorned human nature (16431727)

“Tractatus duo de Speciebus & Magnitudine Figurarum Curvilinearum,” Newton, Sir Isaac the most splendid genius that has yet adorned human nature (16431727)

Born: Newton, Thomas an eminent English prelate

“Diocletianus et Maximianus; sive, de Transactione et Pactione Criminum,” Noodt, Gerard a celebrated civilian (?–1725)

Born: Pegge, Samuel an eminent and laborious antiquary

“An Epistle to the King on the glorious Success of his Arms,” Pellegrin, Simon Joseph an abbe

Died: Plumier, Charles called Father Plumier

Born: Pococke, Richard who was distantly related to the preceding

“Fœdera;” Rymer, Thomas an antiquary and critic

“New Historic cal account of St. George for England, and the original of this order,” Salmon, Nathaniel an English antiquary

“History of Mexico” Solis, Antonio De an ingenious Spanish writer

“Bibliotheca Philosophica,” Struvius, Burcard Gotthelf one of the many sons of the preceding

“Physicae modernae compendium,” Sturmius, John Christopher a noted German mathematician and philosopher

Born: Taylor, John a learned critic and philologist

“Taurobolium antiquum,” Torre, Philip Della a learned antiquary

Died: White, Robert an eminent engraver

“Miscellanies,” Worthington, Dr. John an excellent divine of the church of England