Events noted in 1615

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“Chronographia Scandinavise,” Adam Of Bremen so called because he was a canon of that church

Died: Agard, Arthur a learned and industrious English antiquary

Died: Alberti, Cherubino, Borghegiano a painter of some distinction

“Miracle of St. Philip Benizzo” Alberti, Cherubino, Borghegiano a painter of some distinction

“De religiosa disciplina tuenda,” Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

“A commentary on Isaiah,” Alvarez, Diego a Spanish dominican

“Disputatio inter Amesium et Grevinchovium,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“Delle famiglie Florentine,” Ammirato, Scipio an eminent historian

“Afliotoyus, pro Zetetico Apolloniani problematis a se jam priclem edilo in supplemento Apollenii Redivivi, &c.” Anderson, Alexander an eminent mathematician

Died: Aquaviva, Claudius son to John Jerome

“Lectiones politicac,” Arnisæus, Henningus a German medical and political writer

Born: Atkyns, Richard a typographical author

Born: Ballin, Claude born at Paris

“Commentarius in Photii Nomocanonem,” Balsamon, Theodore an eminent scholar of the Greek church

Died: Barradas, Sebastian a Jesuit and eminent Portuguese divine

Born: Basnage, Henry du Fraqueny

“Five Sermons,” Bastard, Thomas a clergyman and poet

“De la chaussure des Anciens,” Baudouin, Benedict a divine of Amiens

Born: Baxter, Richard an eminent nonconformist divine

Born: Beaumont, Joseph master of Peter-house

“The sin against the Holy Ghost discovered, and other Christian doctrines delivered, in twelve Sermons upon part of the tenth chapter of the epistle to the Hebrews,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Biddle, John a noted Socinian writer

“Imperatorum Roman. Numismata,” Bie, Adrian De an ingenious artist

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

“Pietra del Paragone politico,” Boccalini, Trajan a satirical wit

“Raphael’s Bible,” Borgianni, Horatio a painter and engraver

“Vita Philippi Rubenii,” Brandt, John a learned philologer

Died: Bright, Timothy a physician and divine of eminence of the sixteenth century

“Third Universitie” Buc, George a learned antiquary

Born: Bulteau, Lewis a learned French author

Died: Calvisius, Sethus a learned German chronologist

“Short Directions to know the true Church,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

Born: Cary, Robert a learned Chronologer in the seventeenth century

“Riposta alle opposizioni del Sig. Ludovico delle Colombe, &c.” Castelli, Benedict an Italian mathematician

“Comedies and Interludes” Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel De the author of Don Quixote

“Bibliotheca Cluniacensis.” Chesne, Andrew Du an eminent historian

Born: Cossart, Gabriel a learned Jesuit

Born: Denham, Sir John an eminent English poet

“A Defence of Trade in a letter to sir Thomas Smith, knt. governor of the East India company,” Digges, Sir Dudley eldest son of Thomas Digges

“Historia Polonica,” Dlugoss, John Longinus a Polish historian

“Lingua linguarum,” Edmondson, Henry a learned schoolmaster

“Lockmanni fabulrr & selecta qurcdam Arabum adagia, cum interpretatione Latina & notis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Novum Testamentum, Arabice,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Commentarii in quatuor lihros Sententiarum,” Estius, William an eminent Dutch divine of the popish persuasion

“De Respira/­tione et ejus Instrumentis, libri duo,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Antiquite’s de la ville de Marseille,” Fabrot, Charles Annibal a very learned lawyer and scholar

“Notrc ad Martialis Epigrammata,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

Died: Fenn, John an eminent scholar and translator

Born: Fevre, Tannegui Le a very learned man

“The Widow.” Fletcher, John an English dramatic writer

Born: Foucquet, Nicolas marquis of Belle-Isle

Born: Goad, John an eminent classical teacher

Born: Godefroi, Denvs son of Theodore

“Thieves falling out, true men come by their goods,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“New gauging of wine-casks,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Leger, John a learned protestant divine

“Observations on the Life and Death of Charles, late King of England,” Lilly, William a famous English astrologer

Born: Maplet, John a physician and scholar

“Ormonius, sive illust. herois et Domini D. Thomse Butler, &c. prosapia, &c.” Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

Born: Metzu, Gabriel a Dutch painter of small portraits

Born: Motteville, Frances Bertaud De a celebrated French lady

Died: Nevile, Thomas dean of Canterbury

“Monodia, or Waltham’s complaint upon the death of the most vertuous and noble lady, late deceased, the lady Honor Hay,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“Apologia de Arbitrii libertate;” Orosius, Paul a learned Spanish ecclesiastic

“Primitioe Anatomicae de humani corporis Ossibus,” Paaw, Peter a physician and anatomist

Born: Pallavicino, Ferrante one of the wits of Italy

Died: Pasquier, Stephen a learned Frenchman

“Leges Atticae,” Petit, Samuel a celebrated scholar

“Consilia Medica,” Plater, Felix an eminent physician

“De Lapidum Virtutibus,” Psellus, Michael Constantinus the younger

“Purchas his Pil^ grimage, or Relations of the World, and the Religions observed in all ages and places discovered from the Creation unto this present.” Purchas, Samuel a learned English divine

“Alexandrian Chronicle,” Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

“Bavaria Sancta,” Raderus, Matthew a learned Jesuit

“Archimedis Opera quae extant, Gr. et Lat. novis detnonstrationibus illdstrata,” Rivault, David a learned French writer

Born: Rosa, Salvator an eminent painter

Born: Sadler, John an English writer

Born: Sorbiere, Samuel a French writer

“Churches not to be violated.” Spelman, Sir Henry an eminent English antiquary

“Brevis prsemonitio pro futura concertatione cum Jacobo Usserio,” Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“Amoris divini emblemata,” Venius, Otho, a Dutch painter of great eminence

Born: Walker, Obadiah a learned divine

“Theological Rules,” Wilson, Thomas a puritan divine

1616

Born: Aagard, Christian a Danish poet

“Parodice et Metaphrases Horatianse,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

Died: Airay, Henry provost of Queen’s college

Died: Alderete, Joseph And Bernard two brothers

“Explicatio antiques tabula marmorese, solis effi gie, symbolique exculptae, explicatio sigillorum zonae ve terem statuam marmoream cingentis,” Aleander, Jerome called the younger

“Tragedies,” Aubigne, Theodore Agrippa D' a very celebrated French Protestant

Died: Baillou, William an eminent French physician and writer

“The Bruce, or the history of Robert I. king of Scotland,” Barbour, John an ancient Scotch poet

“Magnetical Advertisement, or diverse pertinent observations and improved experiments concerning the natnre and properties of the Loadstone,” Barlowe, William son of the above

Born: Bartholine, Thomas son of the preceding

“Les Guerres de Nassau,” Baudart, William a protestant divine

Born: Bellori, John Peter a celebrated Italian antiquary

“Commentariorum rerum Germanicarum libri tres,” Bertius, Peter cosmographer and historiographer to Louis XIII. of France

“Fasciculus rariorum et aspectu digniorum, varii generis quae collegit et suis impensis aeri ad vivum incidi curavit Basilius Besler,” Besler, Basil a botanist

“Biblia sacra variarum translationum,” Beyerlinck, Laurence a voluminous author

Died: Bonciarius, Mark Anthony a distinguished Latin scholar and poet

“L'arte de Cenni,” Bonifacio, John an eminent Italian lawyer

Born: Bourdon, Sebastian a very celebrated French painter

Born: Bourignon, Antoinette a famous female enthusiast

“Veritates Aurese S. R. Ecclesiae,” Bristow, Richard an eminent Roman catholic priest and writer in the reign of queen Elizabeth

“Sidera illustrium et 'S. S. Virorum qui Germaniam lebus gestis ornarunt,” Brower, Christopher a learned Jesuit

“Exposition of Romans iii. 28, on Justification b) Faith,” Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

Born: Chamberlayne, Edward was descended from an ancient family

“Epigrams.” Chapman, George a dramatic poet

“Minus cognitarum rariorumque stirpium descriptio; itemque de aquatilibus, aliisque nonnullis animalibus libellus,” Colomna, Fabio an eminent botanist

“Mythologiae, sive explicationis Fabularum, lib. X.” Comes, Natalis an Italian writer

“Letters from Asmere, the court of the great mogul, to several persons of quality in England, concerning the emperor and his country of East-India,” Coryate, Thomas the eccentric son of the preceding

“Justinian the emperor defended against cardinal Baronius,” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“The Complaint or Dialogue between the Soule and the Bodie of a damned man,” Crashaw, Richard an English poet

“Harmonia Linguarum quatuor Cardinalium, Hebraicse, Latin ae, et Germanicse,” Cruciger, George of the same family with the preceding-

Born: Culpepper, Nicholas student

“Strena Kal. Januar. 1616. ad iilustriss. virum Jacobum Hayum, Dominum ac Baronem de Saley,” Dempster, Thomas a man of considerable learning and singular character

“A threefold resolution necessary to salvation, &c.” Denison, John an English divine and theological writer

Born: Dolce, Carlo a very eminent artist

“Dominis suae profectionis a Venetiis consilium exponit,” Dominis, Mark Antony De archbishop of Spalato in Dalmatia

Died: Duck, Stephen a very extraordinary person

“Juvenilia philosophica,” Ebertus, Theodore a learned* professor at Francfort upon Oder

“La Philosophic des Anciens retablie en sa purete.” Espagnet, John D' president of the parliament of Bourdeaux

Born: Faille, Germain De La a French topographical writer

Born: Feydeau, Matthew a French clergyman of the Jansenist party

“Chorus Poetarum,” Fichet, Alexander a man of considerable learning

Born: Fisher, Payne Paganus Piscatok

Born: Flink, Govert a German artist

“Summa magna et parva,” Fortescue, Sir John an eminent English lawyer in the reign of Henry VI. was descended from an ancient family in Devonshire: but we cannot learn either the place or time of his birth

Born: Foster, Samuel an English mathematician

Died: Franck but more generally called Old Francks

“Noctes Medicæ, sive de Abusu Medicinæ Tractatus,” Freitag, John a learned physician

Born: French, John an English physician

“Oraisou L'Andrese de Nesmond premier President du Parlement de Bourdeaux.” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“A treatise of Christian Renovation or Birth,” Garnet, Henry a person memorable in English history for having been privy to the celebrated conspiracy called “The Gunpowder Plot

Died: Gentilis, Scipio brother of Alberic Gentilis

“Orationes Alberti Hungeri,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Fragmenta duodecim Tabularum suis nunc primum Tabulis restituta,” Godefroi, Denys an eminent lawyer

Born: Gonet, John Baptist a learned Dominican

“The Fall of Man, and Corruption of Nature, proved by reason,” Goodman, Godfrey an English prelate

Born: Gryphius, Andrew was born at Glogaw in 1616

Died: Hakluyt, Richard an eminent naval historian

Died: Helvicus, Christopher professor of the Greek and eastern languages

Born: Henichius, John a learned professor of divinity in the university of llinteln

“Persius” Holyday, Barten an ingenious and learned English divine

Born: Holyoake, Thomas son of the preceding

Died: Hutter, Leonard was also a native of Ulm

Born: Koenig, George Matthias a learned German

Died: Libavius, Andrew a physician and chemist

Died: Lobel a botanist

“De Cnrculo physico-quadrato,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“Liebault’s La Maison rustique, or the country -farm,” Markham, Gervase an English author

“Albedarium Marocostinum,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

Born: More, Alexander a preacher of some celebrity among the French protestants

Born: Nani, John Baptist a noble Venetian

Born: Nayler, James a remarkable person of the society called Quakers

Died: Nichols, Richard whom Mr

“London’s Artillery, briefly containing the noble practice of that worthie Society,” Nichols, Richard whom Mr

Born: Owen, John the most eminent and learned of the nonconformist divines

“Succenturiatus Anatomicus, continens Commentaria in Hip-. pocratem de Capitis Vulneribus. Additae sunt Anuotationes in aliquot Capita Librioctavi C. Celsi,” Paaw, Peter a physician and anatomist

“De Politia Ecclesiastica Christi et Hierarchicaopposita,” Parker, Robert was a puritan divine of considerable learning and reading

Died: Rivault, David a learned French writer

“Preces; Grammaticalis quaedam & Antiquae Historian Synopsis,” Robinson, Hugh a learned divine and schoolmaster

Died: Rogers, Thomas whom Wood styles “a most admirable theologist

Born: Sancroft, Dr. William an eminent English prelate

Died: Scamozzi, Vincent a celebrated architect

Born: Scarborough, Sir Charles an eminent physician and mathematician

Died: Schidoni was born at Modena in 1560

“Pindar” Schmidt, Erasmus an excellent Greek scholar

Died: Smith, John an English divine

Died: Sparke, Thomas a puritan divine of considerable note

“Britannia’s Pastorals,” Spenser, Edmund a justly celebrated English-poet (?–1599)

Died: Tate, Francis an English lawyer and antiquary

Born: Thurloe, John, Esq. secretary of state to the two protectors Oliver and Richard Cromwell

“Allegories” Tzetzes, John a celebrated grammarian of Constantinople

“Dialogues,” Vanini a writer who has generally been distinguished by the title of Atheist

Born: Wilkinson, Henry denominated sometimes Ju­Nior

Died: Williams, John an English prelate of great abilities and very distinguished character (?–1650)

Died: Zucchero, Frederico an eminent painter

1617

“A brief description of the whole World, wherein is particularly described all the monarchies, empires, and kingdoms of the same, with their academies,” Abbot, George archbishop of Canterbury (?–1633)

“Theatre of Europe,” Abelin, John Philip a historian (?–1646)

“De optimo genere dicendi,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

Died: Alpini, Prospero a celebrated physician and botanist

Born: Ancillon, David an eminent divine

“Invitatio ad fraternitatem Christi,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“Rosa fiorescens, contra Menapii calumnias,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“Menippus: Dialogorum Satyricorum centuria inanitum nostratium speculum,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

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

“In libros Aristotelis de Generation e et Corruptione,” Aresi, Paul of Milan

“Discursus academic! de jure publico,” Arum, Dominic Van a nobleman of Friesland

Born: Ashmole, Elias an eminent philosopher

Born: Aubery, Anthony a lawyer of Paris

“Usage des Duels,” Audiguier, Vital De a French nobleman

“Notre et animadversioncs ad disputationes Hieronymi Trentleni,” Bachovius, Reiner a very able lawyer of the seventeenth century

Died: Baldi, Bernard born at Urbino in the year 1553

“Uranoscopia, seu universa doctrina de Coelo,” Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

“Novae Opiuiones Physicx,” Baranzano, Redemptus a Barnabite monk

Died: Baynes, Paul an English divine of considerable eminence at Cambridge

“Police generale de la France,” Bergier, Nicolas

Born: Birkhead, Henry a modern Latin poet

Born: Blanchet, Thomas a painter

Born: Blondel, Francis a celebrated French mathematician and military engineer

Born: Brandmuller, James grandson of James

“Logarithmorum chilias prima,” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Died: Brito, Bernard De a Portuguese historian

Died: Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

“Plain and familiar exposition of the Ten Commandments,” Bunney, Francis younger brother of the preceding

Born: Casati, Paul a learned Jesuit

“Ad Polybii Historiarum Libruni primum Commentarius,” Casaubon, Isaac a very learned critic

Died: Contarini, Vincent a professor of eloquence at Padua

Died: Coryate, Thomas the eccentric son of the preceding

Died: Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

“Sermons,” Cotton, Peter a Jesuit

“Predica fatta, la prima Domenica dell' Avvento 1617, in Londra nella Capella delta delli Mercian,” Dominis, Mark Antony De archbishop of Spalato in Dalmatia

Born: Dorigny, Michael a painter and engraver

“Vita Henrici Chichele,” Duck, Arthur an English civilian

Died: Egerton, Thomas lord Ellesmere

“Gennadius de dogmatibus Ecclesise, ibid. 1614, 4to. 3. Sidonii Apollinaris Opera,” Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

“Giarumia grammatica de centum regentibus, sive lingux Arabia; particulis, Arabice & Latine, cum notis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“Historia Josephi patriarchs ex Alcorano, Arabice, cum versione Latina & notis,” Erpenius, Thomas or

“De Cephalalgia Autumnali,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

“Opera Chinnvgica in duas Partes divisa,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Monumenta Anglicana,” Field, Richard an eminent English divine

Born: Firmin, Giles a nonconformist divine and physician

“Orthodox faith and the way to the church explained,” Fisher, John an English Jesuit of the seventeenth century

“The Office and Authority of Justices of Peace, compiled and extracted out of the old books, as well of the Common Law, as of the Statutes, 1538,” Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony a very learned lawyer in the reign of Henry VIII. was descended from an ancient family

“Synopsis Apostasiæ M. A. de Dominis,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

“Utriusque Cosmi, majoris et minoris, Technica Historia,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“Tractatus Apologeticus integritatena societatis de Rosea cruce defendens,” Fludd, Robert an English philosopher

“The Text of the New Testament of Jesus Christ, translated out of the vulgar Latin by the Papists of the traiterous Seminarie at Rhemes. With arguments of books, chapters, and annotations, pretending to discover the corruptions of divers translations, and to clear the controversies of these days. Whereunto is added the translation out of the original Greek, commonly used in the Church of England; with a confutation of all such arguments, glosses, and annotations, as containe manifest impietie of Heresie, Treason, and Slander against the Catholike Church of God, and the true teachers thereof, or the translations used in the church of England. The whole worke, perused and enlarged in divers places by the author’s owne hand before his death, with sundry quotations and authorities out of Holy Scriptures, Counsels, Fathers, and History. More amply than in the former Edition.” Fulke, William a celebrated English divine

“Colossus Henrico Magno in ponte novo positus, Carmen,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

“Le banquet des Playdoiers de Mr. Servin, par Charles de PEspinoell,” Garasse, Francis a French Jesuit

Born: Godolphin, John an eminent civilian

Died: Grain, John Baptist Le a French historian

“Alcida, Greene’s Metamorphosis,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Greene’s Farewell to Folie,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

“Arbasto, the history of Arbasto king of Denmarke,” Greene, Robert an English poet and miscellaneous iter of the Elizabethan age

Died: Grynæus, John James was born at Bern in 1540

“Anthologia poetica, Gr. Lat.” Halloix, Peter a learned Jesuit

Born: Hermant, Godfrey a learned and pious doctor of the Sorbonne

Born: Hinckley, John son of Robert Hinckley of Coton in Warwickshire

Died: Hoeschelius, David a learned German

Born: Hoornbeeck, John an illustrious professor of divinity in the universities of Utrecht and Leyden

“Fiscus papalis, sive catalogus indulgentiarum,” James, Thomas a learned English critic and divine

“Ephemerides;” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

“New Ephemerides,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Lamoignon, William De marquis de Baville

Born: Lely, Sir Peter a most capital painter of the reign of Charles II. was born at Soest

Born: Luca, John Baptist a learned cardinal

“Silentium post clamores, seu tractatus -Revelationum fratrum roseae Crucis,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“Jocus severus,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“Apologeticus revelationum fratrum roseae Crucis,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

Died: Marcilius, Theodora a learned German critic

Died: Martyn, William recorder of Exeter

“Joinville’s History of St. Louis,” Menard, Claude a French magistrate and antiquary

“De Calcantho, seu Vitriolo, ej usque quaJitate, virtute, et viribus,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

Died: Molza, Tarquinia grand-daughter to the preceding

Born: Moore, Sir Jonas a very respectable mathematician

“An Itineraty, containing ten years travels through the twelve dominions of Germany,” Moryson, Fines a native of Lincolnshire

“Rabdology and Promptuary,” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

“Rabdologia, sen Numerations per Virgulas, libri duo,” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

Died: Oliver, Isaac one of the first English miniature painters

Born: Orsato, Sertorio a celebrated anti^ quary

Died: Osiander, Andrew grandson of the preceding Andrew

Born: Ott, John Henry a learned Swiss divine

Died: Pagit a Puritan divine

“Commentary upon St. Paul’s Epistle to the Romans,” Pareus, David a celebrated divine of the reformed religion

Born: Parr, Richard an English divine

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

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

Born: Petit, Peter another very learned Frenchman

Born: Pommeraye, Dom. John Francis a laborious Benedictine of the congregation de St

“De Rheni divortiis et accolis populis adversus Ph. Cluverium,” Pontanus, John Isaac historiographer to his Danish majesty

“Pietatis thaumata in Protheum Parthenicum unius libri versum et unius versus librum, Stella-? rum numeris sive formis 1022 variatum,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

Died: Richelieu, Armand Du Plessis a celebrated cardinal and minister of France

Died: Rigaltius, Nicolas a very ingenious and learned man

“Sums,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

Born: Sidney, Algernon a strenuous champion for repub-­lican government

“Leyden, 1597, 4to. 8. Commentarius in rhetoricam Talsei,” Snell, Rodolph a Dutch philosopher

“Eratosthenes Batavus,” Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

“Prolusiones” Strada, Famiamis an ingenious and learned Jesuit

Died: Suarez, Francis a Spanish Jesuit

Born: Sueur, Eustache Le one of the best painters hi his time which the French nation had produced

Died: Thou, James Augustus an illustrious historian of France

“Commentarius de Nobilitate et jure primogenitorum,” Tiraqueau, Andrew a learned French lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Mischief’s Mysterie; or, Treason’s Master-piece; the powder-plot, invented by hellish malice; prevented by heavenly mercy truly related, and from the Latin of the learned and reverend Dr. Herring, translated, and very much dilated by John Vicars,” Vicars, John an extraordinary enthusiast in the seventeenth century

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

“The BrideBush, or Wedding-Sermon,” Whately, William an eminent puritan divine

Born: Worthington, Dr. John an excellent divine of the church of England

1618

“De gratia et perseverantia Sanctorum, Exercitationes habitse in Academiae Oxon.” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“In Ricardi Thomsoni Angli-Belgici diatribam, da amissione et intercessione justificationis et gratiae, animadversio brevis.” Abbot, Robert eldest brother to the archbishop

“Notae io Orationem Julii Caesaris Scaligeri pro M, T. Cicerone contra Ciceronianum Erasmi,” Adam, Melchior a very useful biographer

“Lectures upon the whole Epistle of St. Paul to the Philippians,” Airay, Henry provost of Queen’s college

“Contra Albigenses, Waldenses, Judæos, et Paganos,” Alanus De Insulis surnamed the Universal Doctor

“Pericopa pentateuchi biblica, triglossometrica,” Alard, William son of the preceding

“Notne in Decadem Problematum Joannis Behm de glorioso Dei et beatorum ccelo,” Alting, Henry an eminent German divine

Born: Alting, James son of the above Henry

“Coronis ad collationem Hagiensem,” Ames, William a divine in the reigns of king James and Charles I. and famous for his casuistical and controversial writings (15761633)

“De Theriaca, oratio,” Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Histoire de Languedoc, avec l'etat des provinces voisines,” Andoque, Peter and not Androque

“Dissertatic de Toga et Sago, sive de litterata armataque militia,” Andreas, Valerius a biographer

Born: Antonius, Godefroy a celebrated German lawyer

Born: Arnold, Nicholas professor of divinity at Franeker

“A Brief Discovery of the idle animadversions of Mark Ridley, M. D. upon a treatise entitled Magnetical Advertisement,” Barlowe, William son of the above

Died: Bastard, Thomas a clergyman and poet

“A commentary on the first chapter of the epistle to the Ephesians, handling the controversy of Predestination,” Baynes, Paul an English divine of considerable eminence at Cambridge

“Prselectiones de perseverantia Sanctorum,” Benefield, Sebastian an eminent divine of the seventeenth century

Born: Bennet, Henry earl of Arlington

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

Died: Bocchi, Francis one of the most voluminous writers of Florence

Born: Bouette De Blemur, Jacqueline a lady

Born: Boyer, Claude of the French academy

“Dissertatio de justificatione,” Bradshaw, William an eminent puritan divine

Born: Brebeuf, George De a French poet

“Rhetoricee libri duo,” Butler, Charles an ingenious writer of the seventeenth century

Died: Butler, William one of the greatest physicians

“Historia Albigensiuoi, &c. auclore Petro, coenobii Vallis-Sarnensis ordinis Cisterciensis in dioecesi Parisiensi monacho,” Camusat, Nicholas a French historian

“Balance pour peser en toute equite & droicture la Harangue fait vagueres en L'Assemblee des illustres & puissans Seignoures Messeigneurs les Estats generaux des Provinces Unies du Pais has, &c.” Carleton, Sir Dudley Lord Dorchester

Died: Cartwright, Thomas a puritan divine of great learning and eminence

“Klectorum Symbolorum et Parabolarum historicarum Syntagmata,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

Born: Charas, Moses a skilful apothecary

Born: Coques, Gonzalo an esteemed painter of portraits and conversations

“Livre de Pourtraiture,” Cousin, John an eminent French artist

Born: Cowley, Abraham an eminent English poet

Died: Davies, Sir John a poet and statesman

Died: Davis, John of Hereford

“Homo diabolus hocest: Auctorum veterum et recentiorum de calumnias natura et remediis, sua lingua editorum, sylloge” Dornavius, Gaspar a physician

“Cebetis tabula cum versione et uotis Jo. Caselii,” Elmenhorst, Geverhart a learned commentator of the seventeenth century

Born: Essenius, Andrew a learned and orthodox Dutch divine

“French orthography,” Expilli, Claude president of the parliament of Grenoble

“De Motu locali Animalium,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“De Gula, Ventriculo, et Intestinis, Tractatus,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“De Jntegumentis Corporis,” Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

“Ad tit. Codicis Theodosiani de Paganis, Sacrificiis, et Templis notae,” Fabrot, Charles Annibal a very learned lawyer and scholar

Died: Farinaccio, Prosper an eminent lawyer

“Lucani Pharsalia, sive de Bello Civili Caesaris et Pompeii Libri X. Adjeclis ad marginem notis T. Farnabii, quae loca obscuriora illustrent,” Farnabie, Thomas a learned grammarian

“A parallel or conference of the civil, the canon, and the common law,” Fulbeck, William an English law-writer

“An edition of the Romance of Ismenus and Ismenias, in Greek and Latin,” Gaulmin, Gilbert a French minor author

“Henrici monachi in Rebdorf annales,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

Born: Helmont, Francis Mercurius Van son of the preceding

“Works and Days” Hesiod a very ancient Greek poet

“A Book of Kings, being a true and lively effigies of all our English kings from the Conquest,” Holland, Philemon a noted translator (15651636)

“Epistola pro patria defensoria,” Jonas, Anagrimus a learned Icelander

“Copernican System,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Loftus, Dudley a very learned oriental scholar

“Nomenclatura et Chronologia rerum Ecclesiasticarum Dioecesis Bellovacensis,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

“Abrég6 d: s Constitutions et Reglemens pour les Etu;les et Reformes du Convent des Jacobins de Beauvais,” Louvet, Peter an able advocate in the seventeenth century

Born: Love, Christopher a presbyterian divine of considerable tame in the time of Cromw< II

Born: Lovelace, Richard an elegant poet of the seventeenth century

Died: Magini, John-Anthony professor of mathematics in the university of Bologna

“Atalanta fugiens,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“De fraternitate roseae Crucis,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“De rosea Cruce,” Maier, Michael a celebrated German alchymist and rosicrucian of the seventeenth century

“The History of St. Louis,” Matthieu, Peter a French historian

“History of Bertrand du Gueschiin,” Menard, Claude a French magistrate and antiquary

Died: Moket, Richard warden of All Souls college

Died: Morosini, Andrew a senator of Venice

Born: Olzoffski, Andrew an eminent Polish divine

“Selectiorum Observationum et Consiliorum de proeteritis hactenus morbis, effectibusque praeter naturam ab aqua, seu scrosa colluvie et deiuvie ortis, Liber singularis,” Pois, Charles Le son of the preceding

Born: Rabutin, Roger, Count De Bussy a distinguished French officer and wit

“Gigantologie; discours sur la grandeur des Grants, &c.” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Anatomica, seu Anthropographia,” Riolan, John son of the preceding

“Variarum lectionum libri tres, quibus utriusque linguae scriptores, qua emendantur, qua illustrantur,” Rutgers, John an able critic and negociator

“Annals of the Old Testament,” Salian, James a learned Jesuit of Avignon

“Annales Evangelii per Europara 15 Seculi renovati, Decad. 1 et 2,” Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

Born: Sharp, James archbishop of St

Born: Sherburne, Sir Edward an English poet

Died: Smiglecius, Martin a learned Jesuit

“Logic,” Smiglecius, Martin a learned Jesuit

Born: Smith, John a learned English divine

Died: Stanyhurst, Richard an historian

“The Lives of the Saints,” Surius, Laurentius a voluminous compiler

“Apologia pro suis notis Biblicis, &c.” Tossanus, Daniel a learned protestant divine

“Practice, una cum duodecim clavibus et appendice,” Valentine, Basil is the name

Born: Vossius, Isaac a man of great parts and learning

Died: Wadham, Nicholas esq. of Edge and Merrifield

“The Actions of the Low Countries,” Williams, Roger a brave officer in the reign of queen Elizabeth (16601725)

“De Inventione Æterni Motoris” Zabarella, James born Sept. 5

1619

“Historical Chronicle,” Abelin, John Philip a historian (?–1646)

“Amphitheatrum sapientiae Socraticae Jocoseriue,” Acidalius, Valens a young man of great erudition

Born: Allestry, Richard an eminent English divine

“De Morborum differentiis,” Ampsingius, John Assuerus a native of the province of Over-yssel

“Civis Christianas, sive Peregrini quondam errantis restitutiones,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

“My thologiae Christiana?, sive virtutum et vitiorum vitae humanae imaginum, libri tres,” Andreas, John Valentine grandson

Died: Arnauld, Anthony eldest son of Anthony Arnauld

“An astronomical description of the late Comet, from the 18th of November 1618, to the 16th of December following,” Bainbridge, John an eminent physician and astronomer

Born: Barwick, Peter physician in ordinary to king Charles II. was brother to the preceding

Born: Beau, John Baptiste Le a learned French Jesuit

“Ceremonial de France,” Benedict, Rene' a famous doctor of the Sorbonne

“Hypobolimaea D. Maria? Deiparoe Camera, seu Idolum Lauretanum, &c. dejectum,” Bernegger, Matthias who was born Feb. 8

“Latin poems” Bonifacio, Balthasar the son of a lawyer of the same name

“The description of a Good Wife, or a rare one among women,” Brathwaite, Richard whom Warton calls one of the minor pastoral poets of the reign of James I. was the second son of Thomas Brathwaite

“Lucubrationes & Annotationes in opera posthuma J. Neperi,” Briggs, Henry one of the greatest mathematicians in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Born: Brun, Charles Le an illustrious French painter

Died: Butler, James duke of Ormond

Died: Calfhill, James a learned divine of the sixteenth century

Died: Calvart, Denis an artist

“Melanges historiques, ou recueii de plusieurs actes, traits, et lettres missives, depuis Pan 1390 jusqu'a Tan 1580,” Camusat, Nicholas a French historian

“Oration made at the Hague before the prince of Orange, and the Assembly of the high and mighty lords, the States General,” Carleton, George a learned bishop in the seventeenth century

“De Kloquentia sacra et humana,” Caussin, Nicholas a French Jesuit

Born: Charleton, Walter a very learned physician

“Discorso della Cometa pogonare dell' anno 1618, &c.” Chiaramonti, Scipio in Latin Claramontius

Born: Claude, John an eminent French protestant clergyman

“Germania antiqua. Sicilia antiqiia. Italia antiqua,” Cluverius, Philip a celebrated geographer

Born: Colbert, John Baptist marquis of Segnelai

Died: Corbet, Richard an English prelate

Died: Cosin, John an English prelate

“Introductio in Metaphysicam, lib. 4.” Crakanthorpe, Richard where he was born in 1567

“Letters persuasive to his wife and children, to take upon them the Catholic religion,” Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

“Arguments to show that the church in communion with the see of Rome, is the true church; against Dr. Field’s four books of the church,” Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

“Reply to the answer of his daughter (Mary) which she made to a paper of his, sent to her concerning the Roman church,” Croft, Sir Herbert the son of Edward Croft

Died: Decker, John a pious and learned Jesuit

Born: Delft, William James an excellent painter and engraver

“Oratio de Duodecennali,” Demades an Athenian

Born: Dingley, Robert second son of sir John Dingley

“Amplritheatrum sapientiae Socraticie,” Dornavius, Gaspar a physician

“Hist, du College Roial,” Duval, Andrew a celebrated doctor of the Sorbonne

“Opus Chronologicum novum,” Emmius, Ubbo a learned professor of Groningen

Born: Fabretti, Raphael a very learned antiquary of Italy

“Institutio Medici practicam aggredientis,” Fabricius, James an eminent physician

Died: Fabricius, Jerome more generally known by the name of Hieronymus Fabricius Ab Aquapendente

Born: Felibien, Andrew Sieur des Avaux et de Javerci

“De Cometa anni 1618,” Fienus, Thomas a physician of eminence

“Detectio hypocrisis M. A. de Dominis,” Floyd, John an English Jesuit

Died: Fonseca, Peter De a celebrated Portuguese Jesuit

Born: Ford, Simon a man of learning

Died: Freminet, Martin a celebrated French painter; was born at Paris in 1567

Born: Frischmuth, John an eminent scholar

“Geographia Nubiensis,” Gabriel Sionita a learned Maronite

Born: Gandy, James an able artist

“Lectionum Papinianarum Libri quinque in Statii Papinii Sylvas;” Gevartius, John Gaspar a learned critic

“Delineatio Norici veteris ejusque confinium,” Gewold, Christopher a learned historian and lawyer of the sixteenth century

“Versio Latina et paraphrasis in Aristotelis rbetoricam,” Goulston, Theodore an eminent English physician in the seventeenth century

“Lachrymae Cantabrigienses,” Herbert, George an eminent and exemplary divine

“Suspiria S. Gregorii ad Christum,” Herbst, John Andreas an eminent practical and theoretical German musician

Born: Hill, William a learned annotator on Dionysius Periegetes

Died: Hilliard, Nicholas an English artist

Born: Horrox, Jeremiah an English astronomer

“Historia Jesuitica hoc est, de origine, regulis, constitutionibus, privileges, incrementis, progressu, & propagatione ordinis Jesuitarum. Item, de eorum dolis, fraudibus, imposturis, nefariis faci- ­noribus, cruentis consiliis, falsa quoque, seditiosa, & sanguinolenta doctrina,” Hospinian, Ralph a learned Swiss writer

“Flora,” How, William the first English botanist who gave a sketch of what is called a “Flora

“Observations made on the Countrey, with the Manners and Customs of Russia or Rusland,” James, Richard nephew of the preceding

“Comets,” Kepler, John the greatest astronomer perhaps that any age has produced (?–1630)

Born: Lancelot, Claude an useful French writer

Born: Larroque, Matthew De in Latin Larroquanus

Died: Lucas, Francis surnamed Brugensis

Born: Maucroix, Francis De a French translator

“Pathologia hereditaria generalis, &c.” Meara, Dermod O an Irish physician and poet

“Threnodia Medica, seu, Planctus Medicinae lugentis,” Minderer, Raymond a physician of Augsburg

“Mundi sublunaris Anatomia,” Morin, John Baptist physician and regius professor of mathematics at Paris

“Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Constructio; et eorum ad Naturales ipsorum nu*­meros habitudines; una cum appendice, de alia eaque praestantiore Logarithmorum specie condenda. Quibus accessere propositiones ad triangula sphserica faciliore calculo resolvenda. Una cum Annotationibus aliquot doctissimi D. Henrici Briggii in eas, et memoratam appendicem.” Napier, John baron of Merchiston in Scotland

Born: Neer, Arnold Vander a landscape painter

Born: Nyssenus, Gregory

Born: Ormerod, Oliver a polemical writer of the time of James I. was descended paternally from a Lancashire family

Died: Overall, John an English bishop

“Letters,” Pasquier, Stephen a learned Frenchman

“Soteria,” Petau, Denis was born at Orleans Aug. 21

“Physicum Cometae Speculum,” Pois, Charles Le son of the preceding

“Bruma, sive chimonopsegnion de laudibus hiemis, ut ea potissimum apud Belgas,” Puteanus, Erycius in Flemish Vander Putten

“Parva rhetorica,” Resenjus, John Paul a learned Danish divine

Born: Ricci, Michael Angelo a learned Italian ecclesiastic

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

“Amici, ad amicum, de suburbicariis regiohibus et ecclesiis suburbicariis, epistola,” Salmasius, Claude one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“Dissertatio parsenetica pro instituto bibliothecae publics Gandavensis,” Sanderus, Anthony an eminent topographer and antiquary

“Axiomata concionancii,” Scultetus, Abraham an eminent protestant divine

“Sacrilege sacredly handled,” Selden, John one of the most learned men of the seventeenth century

“De Circulo & Adscriptis,” Snell, Willebrod son of the preceding (?–1626)

Born: Struvius, George Adam a German scholar

Born: Suicer, John Gaspard a learned German divine

Born: Tallents, Francis a non-conformist divine of considerable eminence and learning

Born: Thomassin, Lewis a learned French divine

“A Summary of cases of conscience, or instruction for priests,” Tolet, Francis a learned cardinal

Born: Waterhouse, Edward a heraldic and miscellaneous writer