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Wilmot, Sir John Eardley, Aug. Winter (albatus), 677, 803, 825,
16, Feb. 5.

829.
Wilson, Bishop Thomas, Dec. 20, Winter quarter, Dec. 21.
March 7.

Winter's Tale,' the Pastoral, 101.
Wilson, Dr. Thomas, August 21, Winwaloc, Saint, Abbot, March 3.
April 15.

Winwood, Sir Ralph, Oct. 27.
Wilson, John, June 30, July 15. Wiro, St. Bishop, May 8.
Wilson, Sir Robert, 833.

Wise, Francis, Oct. 3, 6.
Wilton, Joseph, July 16, Nov. 25. Wissing, William, Sept. 10.
Winchelsea, Archbishop, 434; Wistan, St., June 1.
May 11.

Witasse, Chas., April 10, Nov. 11.
Winchelsea, Daniel, Earl of, Jan. 1. | Witchcrafts, acts respecting, 39,
Winchelsea, Ann, Countess of, 649; lecture at "Cambridge,
August 5.

215; trial of witches, 513.
Winchelsea, naval battle there, Witen, see “ St. Guy."
August 29.

Withburge, St., July 8, March 17.
Winchester, William Poulett, Mar- Wither, George, June 11, May 2.

quis of, 123; March 10. Witsen, Nicholas, August 10.
Winchester, John, Marquis of, Witsius, Herman, Feb. 12, Oct. 22.
March 5.

Witt, John de, August 10.
Winchester, parliament there, 317; Witt, Cornelius de, Aug. 10.

royal order for regulating the ca- Woden, the northern Mars, 677.
thedral, 367; the oak there, Woffington, Margaret, March 28.
603; college founded in 1387; Wolfe, Christian, Jan. 24, April 9.
patron of, July 15.

Wolfe, General (James), January
Winckelmann, Abbé, June 8. 2, September 13.
Windham, Colonel, 637.

Wolfe, see Kilwarden.'
WINDS, divided by Cyrrhastes ; Wolfe, Charles, Dec. 14.

1. Eurus, South-east :-2. Apé- | Wolfgang, St., Oct. 31.
liotes (sub-solanus), East:-3. Wolfred,

see · St. Ulfrid.'
Cæcias, North-east :-4. Boreas, Wollaston, William, March 26,
North : - 5. Sciron (corus), October 22.
North-west : 6. Zephyrus, Wolsey, Cardinal (Thomas), 357,
West :-7. Notus, South :-8. 404, 414, 475, 605, 691, 727,
Libs, South-west.

777; March 29.
Windsor, oak there, 608.

Wolstonecraft, see · Godwin.'
Winefride, Saint, Abbess in North Wolstenholm, Cape, 459.
Wales, Nov. 3.

Wolzogen, Lewis de ['Abillius'],
Wing, Vincent, Sept. 20.

Nov. 13.
Wingandacoa, see “ Virginia." WOMAN, the Creation of, Sept. 21;
Wingate, Edmund, Dec. 16. Temple in honour of, 455; see
Winibald, St., Dec. 18.

· Fortune.'
Winin, see St. Finian.

Wood, Anthony, 713; Dec. 17,
Winoc, St., Nov. 6.

Nov. 29.
Winsemius, Menelaus, May 15. Wood, Isaac, Feb. 24.
Winston, Thomas, Oct. 24. Wood, Robert, Sept. 9.
Winslow, James Benjamin, April Wood-bearing, see Zylophory.'
2, 3.

Woodcock, Robert, April 10.
Winslow, Colonel Thos., Aug. 26. Woodcock, the bird, 677.
Winstanley, Architect, 773. Wooddeson, Dr. Richard, May 15.
... 1009 wana

Woodford, Dr. Samuel, April 15, WREN, Sir Christopher, 321, 415,
17.

441, 465, 783; February 25,
Woodstock-manor, tenure of, 527. October 20.
Woodville, William, April 26. Wren, Bishop (Matthew), Dec. 23,
Woodward, Dr. John, May 1, April 24.
April 25.

Wren, Matthew, August 20.
Woodward, Henry, April 17. Wright, Nathan, August 4.
Woodward, Thomas, Jan. 28. Wright, Samuel, April 3.
Woolcombers, patron of (and of Ra- Wright, Joseph, August 29.
gusa), Feb. 3.

Wriothesley, see · Southampton.'
Woollet, W m., August 27, May 23. Wulfbad, St., July 24.
Woolman, Thomas, October 27. Wulfhilde, St., Dec. 9.
Woolston, Thomas, Jan. 27. Wulfran, St., March 20.
Worcester, Charles, Somerset, Earl Wulmar, see · St. Ulmar.'
of, April 15.

Wulstan, St., Jun. 19.
Worcester, William, Earl of, 301. Wurtschen, battle of, 337.
Worcester, Edward, Earl of, Wyat, Sir Thomas, Feb. 23.
March 3.

Wyatt, James, Sept. 3.
Worcester, the battle of, Sept. 3. Wycherley, William, 603 ; Jan. 1.
WORLD, various nativities of, July | Wykeham, William of, 235, 773 ;

21, August 30, Sept. 1, Sept. 11, Sept. 24.
September 20.

Wyndham, Sir William, June 17.
WORLD, its population, and sur-

face in square miles; Europe, Xanthica, a purifying festival of
209,862,000 (153,915]:- Asia, Macedon, 269; see · Thargelia.'
482,345,500 (813, 150):-Afri- Xaupi, Joseph, Dec. 7.
ca, 106,383,100 [518,445) : Xavier, St. Francis, April 7, Dec. 2.
America, 36,593,400 (782,752): Xenarchus, dramatist, 849.

- Australasia, 2,628,000 (159. Xenocrates, the platonist, 257.
-303) :-Grand total (surface, XENOPHON, the General and Kis-
2,427,565), Inhabitants, 837,- torian, 31, 149, 245, 457, 535,
-812,000 (id. est. 345 persons to 553, 565, 601, 621, 801, 821,
each square mile); their reli- 838; the march from Sardis of
gious worship in round numbers, eighty-four days begins, April ;
viz. Jews, 2,500,000 ; CHRIS- battle of Cunaxa, after ninety-
TIANS, 200,000,000 ; Mahome- eight days of rest, October ; the
tans, 140,000,000 ; Idolaters, passage of Armenia, January 12 :
without any profession of faith, he arrives at Cotyora, June; left
657,500,000.

that place for Chrysopolis, Au-
Worsdale, James, June 13,

gust; the expedition (and re-
Worsley, Sir Richard, August 8. treat') terminates at Parthenia,
Worthington, Dr. William, Oct. 6. Jan. B. C. 401.
Worthington,

Hugh, July 26. Xenophon, the dramatist, 849.
Wotton, Dr. Edward, Oct. 5. Xeres, the battle of, 495.
Wotton, Sir Henry, 101, 243, 451; Xerxes I. King of Persia, 245, 801,
March 30, Dec. 5.

821, 833 ; August 5.
Wotton, Dr. William, 459; Au- Xerxes II. of Persia, 683.
gust 13, February 13.

Ximenes, Cardinal, Nov. 8.
Wower, John, March 10, 30, Xylander, William, Dec. 26.
Wren, Dr. Thomas, Jan. 11. Xynæcia, see · Metæcia.'

www.o. 1010 on

ary 5.

Yalden, Dr. Thomas, July 16. Zandarasta, the code of Zoroaster
Yardley, oak there, 603.

(839).
Yelverton, Justice Sir Henry, June Zannichelli, John Jerome, Jan. 11.
29, Jan. 24.

Zunte, the Greek isle, 793.
Yeoman-usher, salary of the, 255. Zaragosa, invested, 775 ; captured,
Yeoman of the guard, instituted, Feb. 21, 1809; see Histories of
715.

the Spanish war.
Yesdegird, era of this Persian king, Zarco, Gonzales, 451.
169, 207; June 16.

Zea, Don Francesco, Nov. 28.
Yorick, see · Tarlton.'

Zealand, New, discovery of, 397;
York, Edward Plantagenet, Duke Dec. 13.
of, Oct. 25.

Zechariah, the prophet, 807, 838.
York, Richard Plantagenet, Duke Zedekiah, King of Jerusalem, 461,
of, Dec. 30.

667.
York, Richard Plantagenet, Duke Zeno, the Elian, 391.

of [created 28 May], August 17. | Zeno, St. of Gaza, Sept. 8.
York, Frederick Guelph, Duke of, Zeno, St. Bishop of Verona, 17;
born 16 August, 1763; Janu- April 12.

Zeno, Apostolo, Nov. 11.
York, Frederica-Charlotte, Du- Zenobius, St. of Phænicia, Feb. 20.
chess of, August 6.

Zenobius, St. patron of Florence,
York, Duke of, see James II.Oct. 20.
York, Cardinal of, see • Stuart.' Zephyrinus, St., Aug. 26.
Yorke, Charles (Chancellor), Jan. Ziana, Sebastian, 585.
20.

Zimmermann, Dr. George, Decem-
Yorke, see ‘Hardwicke.'

ber 8, October 7.
Yorkshire Tragedy,” the drama, Zingha Bandi, Queen of Angola,
283.

Dec. 17.
Young, Dr., Dean of Winchester, Zingendorff, Nicholas, Count,
367.

May 9.
Young, Patrick, Aug. 29, Sept. 7. Ziphilin, historian, 541.
(Y)oung, (T)homas, one of the Zita, St. Virgin, April 27.

five authors of • Smectymnuus' Zodiac (lictors of the Sun), divided
against Diocesan Episcopacy, into seasons, 413.
Nov, 28.

Zenoras, John, 305.
Young, Dr. Edward, 27; April 12. Zoological Society, 193.
Young, Bishop Matthew, Nov. 28. Zoroaster, the living star (Oro-
Young, Dr. Arthur, Feb. 20.

manes), 169, 399, 839.
Young, Arthur, April 16.

Zoticus, St., July 21.
Young Admiral,the play, 453, Zozimus, St. of Philippi, Dec. 18.
759.

Zozimus, St. of Syracuse, March
YUNG-CHING, Emperor of China, 30.
October 7.

Zurlauben, Beat de (nephew to the
Yvo, St., May 20.

statesman), Sept. 21.
Yvo Helori, St., May 22.

Zylius, Otho, August 15.

Zylophory, an altar festival at Je.
Zabarella, Francesco, Sept. 26. rusalem xiv Lous (Daniel's No.
Zachary, St. Pope, March 15. 1290, see October 1, March 13,
Zachæus, St., Nov. 18.

October 10-11, April 1], July 14
Zancbius, Jerome, No. 19.

(30-31).

...... 1011 -...

APPENDIX.

ABBA Salama, the Patriarch of Indies, apostle of the, Dec. 3.

Abyssynia, 105.
AQUARIUS, the sign, Jan. 11. Jargeau, siege of, 385.

Juno, an element of love, 681.
Bristol, John Digby, Earl of, Jan.
21.

Leipsic, battle of, 581.
Bristol, George, Earl of, March 20. Lodeve, Apostle of, 726.

Carmelites, foundress of their re- Maccabees, the, 129, 221, 325.
formation, 684.

Maitland, Captain, 483.
Carthagena, in Terra Firma, battle Mallet du Pan, James, May 10.
there, May 28.

Marat, John Paul, July 14.
Carthage, unpropitious day there, Marshal of England, hereditary
495.

title of, 409.
Cassini de Thury, Sept. 4.

Martha, Sta. battle there, Aug. 19.
Cataline, Captain, 235.

Michael Wiesnowiski, King of Po-
Charity, founder of the order, land, Nov. 10.
March 8.

Millennium, December 27; Chal-
Chat de Rastignac, Raymond de, daic, at the end of 12,000 periods
Jan. 26.

or days' [limit of 'good, June
Cistertians, founder of the order, 5; limit of evil,' Nov. 9].

266.
Cyprus, Apostle of, June 11. Nelson, his monument, 555.

Nevil's Cross, battle of, 689.
Desmond, Gerald, Earl of, 641.
Dupre, Nicholas, Dec. 1.

Parris, Von, April 24.
D'Urfy, Thomas, Feb. 28.

Pennsylvania, charter granted, 259.
Durham, bishopric suppressed by Printing, early English privileges
an act, 141.

in the art,' 189; just remark

of Rabelais, 195 ; its progress
Earth, the parent planet, 587. at Moscow, 267.

Prussia, Apostle of, April 23.
Fast for the Martyrdom,' 67.
Fidius Dius, the Roman Guardian, Quicksilver, its properties disco-
June 5.

vered, 815.
Florence, patron of, 694.

Rutilius Lupus, 387.
George, St. the miracle-play, 491.
Glastonbury, patron of, 172. Shaftesbury, tenure there, 307.
Globe-Theatre, grant of the royal Spain, peace with, 561.
license, May 19.

Somerset, Robert Carr, Earl of,
Gregory Nazianzen, 773.

and Viscount Rochester, 847.
Grenville, see Lansdoune,"
Grey, Roger Baron, of Ruthyn, | Thanksgiving, at the Revolution,
March 6.

790.

Triumph of Pompey, with Crassus,
Hartcla, see · Carlisle.'

and of Lucullus, 857.

.... 1012

JANUARIUS.
MARTIUS.

MAIUS,
AEFTER-YULE.
Adar.

Aben.
Audynæus (solar). Barmehat.

Anki.
Boucation.
Chyt, or Choitra.

Artemisius (solar).
Canun II.
Dius.

Bashansh.
Dionysius.

Dystrus (solar). Blou-monath.
Gamelion (lunar).

Elaphebolion (lunar). Demarchexasius.
lulus.

Lenet-monath. Dæsius (lunar).
Jenner.
Maertz,

Dhu'l-hadath.
Karkatagam.
Magabit.

Edavam.
Khaguets, or Caghozi. Meenom.

Floreal.
Magaram.
Michieki.

Ginbot.
Maugh, or Mag. Phamenoth.

Icar, or Ayar.
Nivôse.
Pungunee.

Jyar.
Peritius (lunar) Ramadan, or Rame- | Jeth, or Joishta.
Regeb, or Regab.

May-moneth.
Tebeth.
Rethe-monath.

Pachon.
Thir, or Tir.
Sebastus.

Strategius.
Tona, Tush, or Tor. Scharir.

Thargelion (lunar).
Tybi, or Tye.
Ventôse.

Tri-milchi.
Wolf-monath.
Zanthicus (lunar). Vyasee.

Zif, or Zius.
Zil-haade.

zan.

FEBRUARIUS,
Anisheir.
Anthesterion (lunar).
Arats.
Cæsareus.
Dystrus (lunar).
Falgoon.
Hornung.
Kumbham.
Mausee.
Mechir,
Merded, or Merdad.
Peritius (solar).
Pluviose.
Shebat.
Sahaban, or Shaban.
Sol-monath.
Sprout-kele.
Yacathit.

APRILIS,
Arieki,
Artemisius (lunar).
Autocratoricus.
Barmoudah.
Bendidæus,
Busius.
Bysakka.
Chitera.
Germinal,
Medam,
Mehar.
Miyzia.
Munychion (lunar).
Nisan.
Oster-monath.
Pharmuthi.
Shawall, or Shevrail.
Zanthicus (solar).

JUNIUS.
Adar.
Areus.
Asar, or Ausin,
Auny.
Boua, or Baune.
Brach-monath.
Dæsius (solar).
Dhu'l-hajjah.
Haziran.
Lene, or Sene.
Marieri,
Mithoonam.
Panemus (lunar).
Payni, or Pagin.
Plethutatus.
Prairial.
Scirophorion (lunar).
Sere-monath.
Sivan.
Weyd-monath.
Zil-hajje.

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