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Vignoles, Alphonso de, 409. (in 350), March 25; Visitation
Villalpandi, J. B., May 22.

(in 1389), July 2; Assumption
Villaret, Claude, 391.

(in 813), August 15 (the day
Villars, General Andrew de, July the bronze column of Constan-
24.

tine fell); Nativity (in 695),
Villars, Louis, Duke de, June 17. Sept. 8 ; Presentation, Nov. 21;
Villars, Dominic, June 27.

Conception (1387), Dec. 8; the
Villebrune, Dr. de, Oct. 7.

genius of Constantinople, 305.
Villefeu, Jos. Francis de, Dec. 24. Virginia, the island, found, 385,
Villena, Henry Marquis de, Dec. July 4 ; the first child baptized

there, 261 ; August 18 (day of
Villeneuve, John Boivin de, Oct. the 'meteor,' 1783).
29.

Virgo, the sign, August 23 [20].
Villeneuve, Gabriel de, Dec. 29. Visconti, John Baptist, Sept. 2.
Villefore, Joseph de, Sept. 2. Visconti, Ennius, Nov. I.
Villeroi, General, 341, 427. Viscount, the title created, 97.
Villers, J. B. de, Oct. 7.

Vision of • Mirza,' 83.
Villiers, George, Duke of Bucking- Visions of Pierce Plowman,'37.
ham, August 20, 23.

Vitalis, St. patron of Ravenna,
Villiers, see · Cleveland :'-' Jer-

April 28.

Vitalis, St. of Bologna, Nov. 4.
Villiers, Sir Edward, Sept. 7. Vitellius, Emperor, 414, 447, 605,
Villotte, James, June 14.

823, 825; Sept. 24, Dec, 20.
Vimiera, the battle of, August 21. Vitonus, see · St. Vanne.'
Vimin, St., Jan. 21.

Vitringa, Campegio, March 3.
Vinalia, at Rome, April 23 ; Vitringa, Campegio, junior, March

again, according to Festus, Aug. 23.

19; to Varro, August 21. Vittre, see St. Victor.
Vincent, St. of Gaul, June 9. Vitula, the day of, July 8.
Vincent, St. of Valencia, Jan. 22. Vitus, St., June 15.
Vincent, St. of Lerins, May 14. Vivares, Francis, Nov. 25.
Vincent Ferrer, St., April 5. Vives, John Lewis, May 6.
Vincent, St. of Paul, July 19. Vivian, see · St. Vimin.'
Vincent, Augustine, Jan. 11. Viviani, Vincentio, April 5.
Vincent, St. (Sir John Jervis), Earl Voetius, Gisbert, March 3, Nov. 1.
of, 101, 769; Jan. 19.

Voight, J. C. G., Jan. 1.
Vincent, Dr. William, Dec. 21. Voisenon, Chas. Henry de, Nov.
Vincent, St. the isle, 271, 675. 21.
Vincent, Cape St. battle of, 101. Voisin, Daniel Francis, Feb. 1.
Vinci, Leonardo da, May 2. Voiture, Vincent, May 17.
Viner, Charles, June 5.

Volcano, in the Isle of Ferro, Sept.
Vinerian Lecture, delivered by 13, 1777.
Blackstone, Oct, 25.

Volpato, John, August 21.
Vio, Thomas de, Aug. 10.

Volpone,” Jonson's comedy, 661.
VIRGIL, 33, 595, 603, 735, born Volsci, victory over the, 401.

October 15, · Abilius' [1 Athyr | Volta, Alexander, Feb. 18, March 5.

B. C. 1576), September 22. Voltaire, Marie Francis Arouet de,
Virgil, St. of Ireland, Nov. 27. 491, 493, 741, 769; Feb. 20
VIRGIN MARY, the Purification [Nov. 20), May 30.

(in 542), Feb. 2 ; Annunciation | Volumnia, see • Veturia.'

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Vondel, Joost Van del, Nov. 17, Wales, Presidents of, 13.; patron,
Feb. 5.

136; incorporated with England
Vorech, see · Vauge.'

in 1536.
Vorstius, Conrad, July 19, Sept. / Walker, George, 493.
29.

Walker, Obadiah, Jan. 21.
Vortigern,” the play, 211. Walker, Samuel, Dec. 16, July 19.
Vossius, Isaac, Feb. 10.

Walker, Adam, Feb. 11.
Vrats, Colonel, March 10.

Wall of Cæsar at Geneva, finished,
Vulcan, or Phas (Hephaistus), April 13.

called at Heliopolis, Theon Wall, Martin, June 27.
Pater', the father (Belus) of the Wall, Governor, Jan. 28.
gods, and known at ' Babylon' Wallace, Sir William, 495, 613,
as a corrupt 'image' of the au- 735; August 23.
thor of Light,' apparently the Waller, Edmund, 263; March 3,
• Helion' of Sanchoniatho, 137, Oct. 21.
577 ; his festival (mulciber) at Waller, Sir William, 439, 475,
• Rome,' May 23 ; again, ac- 601, 609, 777.
cording to Phanodemus, October Walleran, Count, 93.
22, see Serapis.'

Wallis, John, Nov. 23, Oct. 28.
Vulcano, eruption of, 83.

Wallis, Captain, 404, 505.
Vulcanalia, feasts of Vulcan in the Walmsley, Gilbert, Aug. 3.

Circus Flaminius ['neros'] Au- Walnut-tree of Rousseau, 603.
gust 23 ; again, according to Waltham, cross there, 15.
Festus, August 29.

Walpole, Sir Robert (Lord Or-
Vulcanius, Bonaventura, June 30. ford, 757); August 26, March
Vulgar Era, 189, 842.

18.
Vulsin, St. Bishop, Jan. 8. Walpole, Horace, 2nd Earl, 95,
VULTURNALIA, festivals of renova- 149, 189; Oct. 5, March 2.

tion at Rome to Apollo Tibe- Walsingham, Thomas, the histo-
rinus, August 27.

rian, 37.

Walsingham, Sir Francis, 505,
Wadsworth, Thomas, Oct. 29. 573 ; April 6.
Wagenseil, John Christopher, Nov. Walstan, St., May 30.
26, Oct. 9.

Walter, St. of St. Martin's, April 8.
Wager of battle, at Coventry, 623; Walter, St. of England, June 4.
abolished, 375.

Walter, St. of Ancona, June 4.
Wager, Commodore, 351,

Walter, called the pennyless, 155.
Wagramg battle of, 459.

Waltheof, see St. Walthen.
Wagstaffe, Thomas, Feb. 15, Oct. Walter, Bishop (Brian), Nov. 29.
17.

Walton, Izaac, 353; Aug. 20,
Wake, Archbishop, Jan. 24.

Dec. 15.
Wakefield, Gilbert, Feb. 22, Sept.9. Waltrude, St., April 9.
Walburge, St., Feb. 25.

Wandregesilus, see St. Vundrill.
Walcot, Captain, 491.

Wanley, Humphrey, March 21,
Waldegrave, James, 1st Earl,

July 6.
March 4, April 11.

Want, Hannah, Oct. 2.
Waldegrave, James, 2nd Earl, Warbeck, Perkin, Nov. 16.
April 13.

Warburton, Bishop (William),
Waldimir the Great, of Russia, 229; Dec. 24, June 7.
July 15.

Ward, Bishop (Seth), Jan. 6.
.... 1005

gust 23.

Warna,

Ward, Edward, June 20.

President of the United Ame-
Ward, Dr. John, Oct. 17.

rican States, 251, 271, 325, 613,
Wardlaw, Archbishop (Henry), 789 (born 11 February, 1732),
499.

December 14.
Ware, Sir James, Nov. 26, Dec. 1. Wasileij IV. of Russia, 532.
Warenne, Earl (Surrey), 613. Wasnulf (Wasnon), Saint, patron
Wargentin, Peter, Sept. 22, Dec. of Conde, October 1.
13.

“ Wasps,” The, Greek comedy, 67.
Warham, Archbishop, 547 ; Au- Wat, the Tiler, 388 ; June 15.

Watches, Hebrew vigils, 840.
the battle of, Nov. 10. Watelet, Claude, Jan. 13.
Warner, William, March 9. Waterford, tutelar of, May 8.
Warner, Sir Thomas, 313.

Waterland, Dr. Daniel, Feb. 14,
Warner, Dr. Ferdinand, Oct. 3. Dec. 24.
Warren, Dr. Robert, Dec. 13. WATERLOO, the battle of, 405,419;
Warren, Sir J. B., 679.

June 18.
Warrington, Henry, Earl of, Jan. 2. Waterloo-bridge, opened, June 18.
Warsaw, massacre there, 729. Water-spouts,

at

Broomsgrove,
Warton, Dr. Joseph, Feb. 23. April 13; at Highgate, June
Warton, Dr. Thomas, 179, 811; 27.
May 21.

Watson, Bishop Richard (author
Warwick, Ela, Countess of (widow of the two ' Apologies'), July 4.

of William Mauduit, ix. Earl), Watson, Dr. Robert, April 7.
399.

Watson, John, March 26, 14.
Warwick, Guy de Beauchamp, xi. Wutt, James, January 19, August
Earl of, 495 ; August 12.

25.
Warwick, Thomas, xii. Earl of, Watts, Isaac, Dr., July 17, Nov.
November 13.

25.
Warwick, Thomas, xiii. Earl of, Waynflete, William of, 603.
April 8.

Webb, Philip, June 22.
Warwick, Richard, xiv. Earl of, Webb, Daniel, August 2.
254, 659; April 30.

Weber, Anselm, March 23.
Warwick, Isabella, the Countess Weber, Maria Von (the composer),
of, June 24.

414; Dec, 16, June 5.
Warwick, Henry de Beauchamp, Webster, Dr. Alex., Jan. 28.

Duke of (created 5th April, Wedderburn, see Rosslyn' (or)
1444), March 22, June 11.

Loughboro.'
Warwick, Richard Nevill, Earl of, Wedgewood, Josiah, Jan. 3.

393, 559; Jan. 28, April 14. WEDNESDAY, the fourth day
Warwick, Edward Plantagenet, (equity), 677; October 11.
XVIII. Earl of, Nov, 28.

Weeks, Etruscan, 153 ; that divi.
Warwick, Ambrose Dudley (bro- sion of time, 840.

ther of Leicester), Earl of, 301. Weimar, Bernard, Duke of, July
Warwick, Charlotte, Countess of, 18.
527.

Welchman, Edward, May 28.
Warwick, Edward, Henry Rich, Weldon, Sir Anthony, 411.
Earl of, 349.

Welles, Sir Robert, March 12.
Warwick, Sir Philip, Jan. 15. Welles, Samuel, August 18.
Waser, J. H., June 27.

Wellesley, Richard, Marquess of,
WASHINGTON, General George, 415, 419, 425; June 2i.

wo 1006 --------

Wellesley, Sir Arthur, see Duke Westmoreland, Francis Fane, Earl

of Wellington :'- Mornington.' of, March 21.
Wellesley, Catharine Tylney Long, Westmoreland, Mildmay Fane,
Sept. 12.

Earl of, Feb. 12.
WELLINGTON, Sir Arthur Welles- Westphalia, treaty of, Oct. 24.

ley, Duke of, 45, 221, 229, 309, Wethershead, Archbishop (Rich-
405, 415, 425, 449, 507, 491, ard), August 3.
495, 567, 587, 637, 671, 717, Wetstein, John James, March 24.
769, 813, 821, 840; born, May Wexford, massacre there at the
1; Barony created, Sept. 4;

capture, 679.
Earldom,

Feb. 28; Marquisate, | Wharton, Henry, Nov.9, March 5.
Oct. 3 ; Dukedom, May 11. Wharton, Philip, Duke of, May 31.
Wellington-tree, 603.

Wheare, Degory, Aug. 1.
Welser, Mark, June 13.

Wheatley, Francis, June 28.
Wenefride, Saint, of Holy-well, Wheeler, Sir George, Feb. 18.
June 22, Nov.

Whigs, the party called, 819.
Wenceslas, St. Duke of Bohemia, Whirlwinds, Oct. 30, 1669-1731
Sept. 28.

(at Ashby and Cerne Abbas);
Wenlock, Lord, 287.

Aug. 15, 1741 (at Holkham-
Wentworth, see ' Strafford.'

heath); 365, 461, Oct. 21; see
Wereburghe, St. patroness of Ches- · Hurricanes.'
ter, Feb. 3.

Whip-poor-Will, the Pennsylvanian
Werenfels, Samuel, June 1.

*bird, 259.
Werenfrid, St. priest, Nov. 7. Whiston, William, 769; Dec. 7,
Werner, Abraham Gottlob, Sept.

Aug. 22.
25.

WHIT SUNDAY (the feast of first-
Wesley, Samuel, April 25 (Da- fruits' of the Jews), May 24.

niel's No. 1335; see August 26, Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, June
May 15).

8, Dec. 18.
Wesley, Samuel, the younger, Whitaker, John, Oct. 30.
Nou. 6.

Whitbread, Samuel, July 6.
Wesley, John, June 17, March 2. Whitby, Dr. Daniel, March 24.
Wesselus, Johannes, Oct. 4. White, Captain, 179, 261.
West, Gilbert (translator of Pin- White, Dr. Thomas, March 1.
dar), March 26.

White, Gilbert, July 18, June 26.
West (James), President of the White, Henry Kirke, March 21,

Antiquarian Society, July 2. Oct. 19.
West (Benjamin), President of the White, Dr. Joseph, May 22.

Royal Academy, 187; Oct. 10, White Canons, founder of the order,
March 10.

377.
West-India Docks, opened, Au- White Mass, see MS. of · Utica.'

White Sea, discovered, 306.
Westfield, Bishop, June 25. Whitefield, George, Dec. 16, Sept.
Westminster-bridge, commenced, 30.

Sept. 13; founded, Jan. 29; Whitehall-theatre, 247.
opened, Nov. 17; the School Whitehead, Paul, Jan. 25, Dec. 30.
founded in 1070, and again in Whitehead, William, 811; April
1560; the · Abbey' in 600 (cho- 14.
risters, 301); the ‘Hall' in Whitehead, John, March 7.
1098.

Whiteladies, near Boscobel, 599.

gust 21.

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Whitelocke, Sir Bulstrode, August land 11. (of Normandy), 535, 643,
6, Jan. 28.

649, 683, 827, 844 ; Sept. 9.
Whitelocke, General, 457. William II. of England (called
Whitgift, Archbishop John, 567, Rufus), 643 ; August 2.
761; Feb, 29.

William, Prince, Nov. 26.
Whittington, Sir Richard, 175. William III. of England (Prince
Whittington, Robert, 455, 811. of Orange), 69, 99, 229, 323,
Whitworth, Charles, Earl, May 13. 325, 347, 441, 448, 453, 507,
Whole Duty of Man,” attributed 661, 729, 731, 791, 823; Nov.
to Bishop Chappell, 97.

4, 15, March 8.
Whyte, Dr. Robert, Sept. 6, April WILLIAM IV. of England (with
15.

Scotland and Ireland), born Au-
Wickliff, John, 851; December 31. gust 21; espousals with the
Wickham, Bishop (William), 743. Queen, Adelaide, July 11 ; ac-
Wieland, Christopher Martin, Jan. cession, June 26 ; proclaimed,
20.

June 28 (crowned at Westmin-
Wigand, John, Oct. 21.

ster, Sept. 8, 1831].
Wigbert, St. Abbot, August 13. William, of Flanders, July 27.
Wight, isle of (Winchester dio- William the Bad, of Sicily, May 7.

cese), the faith' first established William the Lion, of Scotland
there, 247 ; captured, July 13. (accession 10 Dec.), 499, 545,
Wilcocks, Bishop, March 9.

803.
Wilde, Sir William, Nov. 23. William, Duke of Luneburg, July 4.
Wilderness of Sin, station of the William- Frederick, King of the

Israelites, April 15 (May 2). Netherlands, August 23.
Wilfrid, St. of Northumberland, William, King of Wurtemburg,
Oct. 12.

Sept. 27.
Wilkes, Robert, Sept. 27.

William and Margaret,” the bal-
Wilkes, John, 79, 291, 321 ; Dec. lad, 477.
16.

Williams, John, Archbishop (twice),
Wilkie, Dr. William, Oct. 5, 10. March 25.
Wilkins, Bishop, Nov. 19.

Williams, David, June 29.
Wilkins, Dr. David, Aug. 6. Williams, Sir Wm., July 11.
Wilkinson, Professor, May 13. Williams, Dr. Daniel, Jan. 26.
Will Wimble, see · Morecroft.' Williams, Charles Hanbury, Nov, 2.
Willehad, St. Bishop, Nov. 8. Williams, Anna, Sept. 6.
Willemet, Peter Remi, April 2. Willibald, St., July 7, June 7.
William, St. of Aquitaine, May 28. Willibrord, St., Nov. 7.
William, St. of Roschild, chaplain Willis, Dr. Thomas, Jan. 27, Nov.
to Canute, Sept. 2.

11.
William, St. of Norwich, March Willis, Bishop Richard, Aug. 10.
24.

Willis, Dr. Browne, Sept. 14,
William, St. founder of Monte- Feb. 5.
Virgine, June 25.

Willougby, Robert, Lord, July 25.
William, St. Abp. of York, June 8. Willougby, Peregrine Bertie, Lord,
William, St. of Maleval, Feb. 10. Oct. 12.
William, St. of Eskill, April 6. Willoughby, Francis, Lord, 533.
William, St. of Bourges, Jan. 10. Willoughby de Broke, see · Verney.'
William, St. of Brittany, July 29. Willoughby, Sir Hugh, 306.
William I. the Conqueror of Eng. | Willoughby, Francis, July 3.

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