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Asher (agate) : — 9. Issachar | Troy Island, victory there, 679.
[amethyst] :- 10. Zebulun [be- Troyes, the treaty of, 337; mas-
Tyl]:-11. Manasseh (first-born) sacre there, 615.
and Ephraim, sons of Joseph Truchet, John, Feb. 5.
[onyx) :-)2. Benjamin, ‘son Trumbull, Sir Wm., 45; Dec. 14.
of days' (jasper); numbered ac- Trumpeters, festival of, Jan. 13 ;
cording to the blessing, Gen. see Tubilustrium.'
XLIX; according to their ‘mo- Truxillo, founded, 429.
thers,' and as leaders of tribes, | Trypho, St., Nm. 10.
Numbers i. V.; the order of the Tubal (or Vulcan), the father of
sealed, Rev. VII.

571.
Tribonian, 221, 817.

Tubilustria, Roman purifying feasts
Tribute-day in the cities of Judæa of trumpets (when the Cruci-
(1 Adar), Feb. 18.

fixion' commemorated],
Tribunes, institution of, Dec. 10. March 23.
Triennial-act, repealed for the Sep- Tucker, Abraham, Nov. 20.
tennial, 281.

Tudor, see Suffolk.'
Triers, the martyrs of, Oct. 4. Tudor(Theodore), SirOwen, Feb. 2.
Trimalchio, 505.

TUESDAY, the third day (truth),
Trimnell, Bishop, Dec. 27.

675; October 10.
Trimmer, Sarah, Dec. 15.

Tuffoone, the wind, 761.
Trincomalee, capture of, 29. Tufton, see · Thanet.'
Trinidad, discovered, July 31. Tuisco, see • Mercury.'
Trinitarians, the order of, 88. Tuke, Sir Samuel, Jan. 26.
TRINITY SUNDAY, May 31. Tull, Jethro, June 3.
Trinity Terms, 425.

Tullus, Hostilius (reigned 32 y

years
Tripoli
, the peace of, 711.

from B.C. 672), 3rd King of
" Triptolemus," the tragedy, 113. Rome, 821,
Tristram, Sir Amory, 215. Tunis, plague there, 375.
Triumphs, of Pompey, 651; Cæsar, Tunstall, Bishop, Nov. 18.

505; Augustus, 239, 747; Mes. Tunstall, Dr. James, March 28.

sala, 641; Diocletian, 761, 747. Turenne, Henry, Viscount de, 853;
Triumvirate, the second, 775. Sept. 11, July 27.
Trivalore, tables of, 109.

Turgot, Anne Robert James, May
Trivulci, John James, Dec. 5. 10, March 18.
Troia, defeat there, 791.

Turiaf, St., July 13.
Troil, Dr. Uno Von, July 27. Turibius, St., April 16.
Troilus und Cressida,” the play, Turibius, St. Alphonso, Nov. 16.
581.

Turkey, treaty with Russia, 25;
Tromp, Cornelius, 367; May 21. peace with Austria, 697.
Tromp, Martin Van, July 31. Turk's Island, seized, 365.
Tron, St. of Brabant, Nov. 23. Turnebus, Adrian, June 12.
Tronchin, Theodore, Nov. 30. Turner, Captain Samuel, 631.
Troy, the fallof(xxiv Thargelion), Turnin, St. of Ireland, July 17.

April 24 [the Resurrection of Turnus, King in Latium, 775.
Christ, A. D. 29, upon some au- Turretini, Benedict, March 4.
thorities]; according to Whiston, Turretini, Francis, Oct. 17, Sept.

B.C. 1270, May 23 (June 11]. 28.
Troy, the History of, first printed Turretini, John Alphonso, May 1.
in ‘ English,' 629.

Tuscan year, 153.
Wowow... 099 --------

Tutbury Castle, 483.

Union of the seven Belgic Pro-
Tutchin, John, Sept. 23.

vinces ; 1. Holland:- 2. Zea-
Tweddell, John, July 25.

land:43. Utrecht:-4. Guelder-
Tweed, chain-bridge, 505.

land :-5. Overyssel :—6. Gro-
Twelfth-Day, January 6.

ningen :—7. Friesland, January
Twining, Thomas, Aug. 6.

23; treaty of alliance with Eng.
Twiss, Richard, April 26, March 5. land, Jan. Vii; truce with Spain,
Twyne, John, Nov. 24.

April 9; war with England, 515.
Tychsen, Olaus, Dec. 30.

Union of Scotland with England,
Tygrius, St., Jun. 12.

495, 703 ; May 1.
Tylney, Edmund, August 20. Union of Ireland with Great Bri-
Typho (Sirius) the Egyptian god, tain, the bill is passed, July 2;
161; August 26.

the royal style is settled, Nov.5;
Tyrannio, St., Feb. 20.

date of the nominal (civil)
Tyre, Era of, October 19; the city union, Jan. 1 :—the population,
taken, (561) August 20.

8,000,000.
Tygrius, St., Jan. 12.

Union between Sweden and Nor.
Tyrwhitt, Thomas, Aug. 15. way, is voted, October 20.
Tytler, Dr. Henry, Aug. 24. Universities of Europe, 729, see

* Gottingen.'
Ubaldus, St., May 16.

Unleavened-bread, feast of, see
Udal, John, June 15.

Passover.'
Udall, Nicholas, 535.

Upton, James, junior, Dec. 2.
Uffa, King in England, 665. URANIA, the muse, 'heavenly-born,'
Ufford, Archbishop de, June 7. 649 ; September 9.
Ughelli, Ferdinando, May 19. Urban, St. Pope, May 25.
Ulfrid, St., Jan. 18.

Urban VIII. Maffeo Barberini,
Ulm, capture of, 695.

Pope, 209; July 29.
Ulmar, St., July 20.

Urquhart, Sir Thomas, 447 [8].
Ulpian, St. of Tyre, April 3. Ursins, Anne Mary des, Dec. 5.
Ulric, St. of Augsburg, July 4. Ursinus, Zachary, July 18, Mar. 6.
Ulrick, St. of England, Feb. 20. Ursinus, John Henry, May 14.
Ulster, patron of, Sept. 10. Ursinus, Geo. Henry, Sept. 10.
Ulster, Earl of, April 4.

Ursmar, St., April 19.
Ultan, St., Sept. 4.

Ursula, St. patroness of the Sor-
Ultius, see St. Vulsin.

bonne, Oct. 21.
Underbill, the actor, 731.

Ushant, victories off, 365, 507.
Uniformity Act, August 24. Usher, Archbishop (James), 823;
· UNION, by Theseus (399) of the Jan. 4, March 21.

divided Athenian families into Utica, Cæsar left, June 13; mar-
one commonwealth (xvi Heca- tyrs of, Aug. 24.
tombæan), ancient year, July Utrecht, peace of, 199, 475; cap-
23:-metonic, July 12:— by tured, 625.
Petavius, July 14:-Roman, 16
[June];

Vaccination, first applied, May 14.
Union of the Greek and Latin Vachet, John Ant. Je, Feb. 6.

churches (described, A.D. 1444, Vadé, John Joseph, July 4.
by Syropulus), July 6; the Pon- Vahl, Martin, Oct. 10, Dec. 24.
tiff and Emperor separated, 26 Vaillant, John Foi, May 24, Oct.
August, 1439.

23.

Vaillant, John Francis, Nov. 17. Vandale, Anthony, Nov. 8.
Vaillant, Sebastian, May 22. Vandals, break into Spain, 681.
Vaillant, Francis le, Nov. 22. Vander-Goes, see ' Antonides.'
Vaissette, Joseph, April 10. Vanderlinden, John Antonides,
Valazé, Charles de, Oct. 30.

Jan. 13, March 4.
Valdec, Prince of, 473.

Vandermersch, John, Sept. 14.
Valdivia, 121.

Vandermonde, Mons., Jan. 1.
Valençay, treaty of, 803.

Van-Dieman's land, found, 397.
Valenciennes, fall of, 477.

Vandrille, see · Wandregisilus.'
Valens, Emperor, 45, 493; asso- Van-Dyk, Harry Stoe, June 5.

ciated with his brother Valen- Vandyck, Sir Anthony, Dec. 9.
tinian, March 28, A. D. 363 ; Vane, Sir Henry, 247; June 14.
Aug. 9.

Van-Effen, Just, Sept. 18.
Valentin, Michael, March 13. Vaneng, St., Jan. 9.
Valentina, St., July 25.

Vaniere, James, March 9, August
VALENTINE, Saint, Feb. 14 (accord- 22.

ing to Beausobre), April 21; | Vanini, Lucilio, February 19.
the day of · Ceres,'Sun in • Tau- 'Vanity of Human Wishes,771.

rus,'Alban Calendar, see Jun. 18. Vanloo, Chas. Andrew, Feb, 15.
Valentina, Duchess of Orleans, Vanne, St., Nov. 9.
Dec. 5.

Vanneck, Sir Joshua, March 6.
Valentinian I. Emperor, 493; Nov. Van-Swieten, Gerard, May 7,
17.

June 18.
Valentinian II. Emperor, May 15. | Van-Til, Solomon, Oct. 31.
Valentinian III. Emperor, March Varchi, Benedict, Dec. 18.
16.

Varignon, Pierre, Dec. 22.
Valentinois, see Diana de Poitiers. Varillas, Antoine, June 9.
Valerian, St., Sept. 4.

Varius, Attius, March 17.
Valerian, St., April 14.

Varius, Quintilius, August 2.
Valerius, St., June 14.

Vasconcellos, Michael, Dec. 1.
Valery, St., Dec. 12.

Vassalli, Anton-Maria, July 5.
Valesius, see · Valois.'

Vasseur, le, July 12.
Valette, John de la Grand mas- Vater, Abraham, Nov. 18.
ter,' Aug. 31.

Vauban, Sebastian de, 781; May
Valette, General, Jan. 13.

1, March 30.
Valincour, J. B. de. Jun. 5. Vaucanson, James de, Nov. 21.
Valla, Lawrence, Aug. 1.

Vauge, St., June 15.
Vallée, Geoffrey, Feb. 8.

Vaughan, Sir John, Sept. 14, Dec.
Valli, Eusebius, Sept. 24.

10.
Valliere, Louise, Duchess de la, Vaurus, Bastard of, May 10.
June 6.

Vautru, see · St. Waltrude.'
Vallisnieri, Anthony, Jan. 28. Vauvilliers, John, July 23.
Valois, Adrien de, July 2. Vaux, Sir Nicholas, 749.
Valois, Yves de, Nov. 2.

Vaux, Marshal Noel de, Sept. 14.
Valois, Henry de, Sept. 10, May 7. Vaux-hall, described, 35).
Valteline, massacre there, July 20. Vavasseur, Francis, Dec. 14.
Vanaken, Joseph, July 4.

Vaz, Tristan, 451.
Vanbrugh, Sir John, March 26. Vedast, St., Feb. 6.
Vancy, Joseph Duché de, Oct. 29, Vega Carpio, Lopez de la, Nov.
Dec. 14.

25, August 26.

Vegetius (A. D. 386), 319. Vere, Sir Francis, Aug. 28.
Veientes, victory of Romulus against Vergennes, Count de, Feb. 13.
this people, Oct. 15.

Vergier, James, Aug. 23.
Velasquez de Silva, Don Diego, Vergiliæ, see · Pleiades.'
August 6.

Vergne, Louis Eliz. de la, Oct. 31.
Velli, Paul Francis, Sept. 4. Verheyen, Philip, Feb. 18.
Velthiem, Count, Oct. 2.

Verneuil, siege of, 333; battle of,
Venables, General, 795.

557.
Venantius, St., May 18.

Verney, see · Brook :-— Willough-
Vence, Henry de, Nov. 1.

by.'
Vendome, Louis-Joseph, Duke de, Verney, Guichard Joseph du, Aug.
July 1, June 11.

5, Sept. 10.
Vendome, Philip de, August 23, Verney, Sir Richard, Aug. 7.
Jan. 24.

Verney, Sir Richard, 701.
Venerand, St., May 25.

Vernon, Admiral, 183, 407; Nov.
Venezuela, earthquake there, 191. 12 [23], Oct. 29.
Venice, first swayed by a Doge, Verona, battle of, 587; St. George's

A.D. 697; the first wedding of church there, 253.
the Adriatic in 1173, May 14 ; | Veronica, St., Jan. 13.
league against, 807; annexed to Vertot, Rene d'Aubæuf, Nov. 25,
Italy, 847; possessed by the June 15.
French, May 16; ceded to Ger- | Vertue, George, July 24.
many, Oct. 17; described, 316; Vert, Claude de, May 1.

patron, 'St. Mark,' 258. Vertumnus, the thousand-shaped,
Venner, Dr. Tobias, March 27. his day (anniversary of the dis.
Venta, see Winchester.

covery of the Stella Mira,' in
Ventenat, Stephen, Aug. 13.

1596 by Fabricius] in Loreto
Venturi, J. B., Sept. 10.

majore, August 13, October 30-1.
Venus, the divinity of beauty, Vertumnus,” the English comedy

love, and mirth, 137, 207, 208, in which scenes' were first in-
254, 413; her best day, April l; troduced, at Oxford, August 28.
called • Apostrophia' (see Vale- Verus, Lucius Commodus, Dec.15.
rius Maximus] : April 23, July Vesalius, And., April 30, Oct. 15.
20, August 21, Sept. 25, 27, Vesle, Antony Pont de, Sept. 3.
Dec. 21 ; her day (the last), in VESPASIANUS, Titus Flavius Au-
the Egyptian terminalia, called gustus, 321, 345, 364, 414, 447,
Teleute,' August (28).

467, 541, 605, 637, 671 ; born,
Venus, apparently the largest pla- according to Suetonius,‘evening,'

net, 271, 331; her revolutions Nov. 17 (computing from the
and distance, 297; transits, 371, death, May' 17); died; upon
377, 769; her crescent' ob- most authorities (ix Cal.), ‘June'
served, 477, 581.

23 (computing from the birth,
Venus and Adonis," the Eliza- by Suetonius, · Dec. 24]; ac-

bethan (licentious) poem, 243. cording to Ziphilin, July 17
Verda, St., Feb. 21.

[Jan. 17]; to Zonaras, July 25
Verdier, Anthony du, Sept. 25. (Jan. 25]; to Malala,
Verdier, Cæsar, March 19.

suum,' aged 71.
Verdun, cession of, 761.

Vesper, the star, see • Venus.'
Vere, see 'Ouford :- Tilbury.' Vesta, or Estia (the tutelar of
Vere, Bishop de, Dec. 24.

December'), derived from Isch,'

diem
23.

child (and parent) of the Uni- | Veturia, the Roman matron, mo-
verse (Saturn), joined with • Ce. ther of Coriolanus, 455.
res' and 'Juno' (Theog. 454), Vicennalia, festivals, Nov. 20.
the

Diogenea' Pammerope' Victor, St. (14th Pope), July 28.
and 'Sæsara' of Homer, and one Victor, St. of Numidia, Sept. 10.
of the xii heathen deities (in Victor, St. of Milan, May 8.
four triads) mentioned by Pau- Victor, St. of Braga, April 12.
sanias, as sculptured by Praxi- Victor, St. of Marseilles, July 21.
teles; 1. Jupiter :-2. Neptune: Victor, St. of Champagne, Feb. 26.
-3. Vulcan :-4. Vesta :- 5. Victor III. Pope, Sept. 16.
Minerva :-6. Mars :-7. Ceres : | Victor-Amadeus, Duke of Savoy,
-8. Juno:-9. Diana : -- 10. King of Sardinia, May 14, Oct.
Mercury: - 11. Venus: --- 12. 31.
Apollo; also the · Vulcan' or Victor-Amadeus III., Oct. 16.
• Pallas' of Memphis, Athens, Victor - Emmanuel, of Sardinia,
and Rome,-a corrupted pagan

June 30.
'image' of the holy appearance, Victor, Marshal (Perrin), 491, 507.
or SCHECHINAH, supposed invi- | Victoria, St. of Rome, Dec. 23.
sible since the destruction of the VICTORIA, the British Princess,
first • Temple,' 269, 383, 789, [Q. R.S.] · Alexandrina' (Mon-
805, 855; great day at Rome day), May 24.
(Temperance), April 30 (Fasti Victorian, St. Proconsul, March
IV.300); second day, March 6;
third day (kept most sacred), Victoricus, St. of Carthage, Feb.
called the Crowning of Asses' 24.
laden with bread' and 'violets,'| Victoricus, St. of Amiens, Dec. 11.
June 9; see Dr. Samuel Clarke's Victorinus, St. and others, Feb. 25.

Sermons on the • Unity.' Victorinus, St. Bishop, Nov. 2.
Vesta, the planet, discovered, March Victory, the companion of arms,

sister of “Zeal’ and · Power,'
Vestal-virgins (probably meaning 657; the Temple at Rome, 231;

the planets' of the universe), her altar dedicated, in the Roman
March 1.

Comitium, August 28; removed,
Vestalia, days of purification, and 575; her day, with Fame and

illumination of the Temple (days Liberty, April 13; the plays to
of worldly abstinence) on the Victory, Oct. 27.
declivity of the Capitoline mount Vida, Mark Jerome (author of the
(the Forum), June 5-13.

•Christiad'), Sept. 27.
Vestris, Marie Rose, Oct. 6. Vidjan, the astronomer, 627.
Vestris, Gaetano Apoline, Septem- Viel, Chas. Francis, Dec. 1.
ber 27.

Vienna (walled in 1122), besieged
Vesuvius, eruptions of (forty are by the Turks in (1529 (687),

recorded, Aug. 24 ; 693 (1767), 1532, 1543, 1665), 1683; raised
397 (1794); Aug. 11, 1804 ; by John Sobieski, July 18 (Sept.
Aug. 12, 1805; May 31, 1806; 12]; the peace of, 661; cap-
eruptions of · Etna' in 1169, tured by the French, 49, 309.
1329, 1408 (1444) 1447, 1536, Vienne, the council there, 681.
1564, 1669, 1694, 1699, 1787, Vigilius, St. Bishop of Trent, June
1811.

26.
Vetranio, the captain, 483. Vignola, James Barozzio, July 7.

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