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If some unlucky barber notch my hair,
Edward VI.(of England), 1537, Calixtus (Pope), 222.
Honorius I. (Pope), 638. 12. Peregrine Bertie, Lord Wil. Boniface VIII. (Pope), 1303.
loughby, 1555, Wesel. Maximilian II. (Emperor),
pierre, 1646. Hesiod and Homer were, I General Zulestein de Nassau, believe, about four hundred years
killed, 1672. older than myself, and no more : Dr. Isaac Basire, 1676. Dur. and these are the men who made
ham. a Theogony for the Greeks; John Rowe, 1677. Bunhill who gave the gods their appel
Fields. lations, defined their qualities, Ludolf Kuster, 1716. d. Paris. appointed their honours, and René Michael Slodtz, 1764. d. described their forms. As for Paris. the poets that are said to have
lived before these men, I am of opinion they came after them.
Not only the centre of the Herodotus.
boul hath a progressive motion
on the green, but the bowl, in Obits of the Latin Church. its going forward from one part St. Wilfrid of Northumberland, of the green to another, turns
Bishop of York (d. 709), round about its own axis.
Locke on the Earth. Lay in wisdom as the store for your journey from youth to old age, for it is the most certain possession.
Bias. ... 678 cod
Accustom your mind to judge of the proportion or value of things, and do that substantially and not superficially; for, if you observe well, you shall find the logical part of some men's minds good, but the mathematical part nothing worth: that is, they can judge well of the mode of attaining the end, but ill of the value of the end itself; and hence some men fall in love with access to princes; others, with popular fame and applause, supposing they are things of great purchase, when, in many cases, they are but matters of envy, peril, and impediment.
THURSDAY. The fifth' day of the week, ‘Dies Jovis,' in French, Le
The great festival of • Ingathering' on the octave of Tabernacles.
COLUMBUS. The eleventh evening they ran towards the setting sun, twenty-seven leagues after its fall (six o'clock), at the rate of eleven knots an hour. At ten o'clock Columbus observed a moving light, resembling a torch, anon like a candle. At two in the morning land' was seen from the Pinta by Rodrigo de Triana, and the signal was imme. diately given. At daylight, a level pleasant island, Guanahani, one of the Lucayos, was descried about two leagues a-head, when the Admiral with all his host struck up the choral hymn,' Te Deum Laudamus.' The sound fashed to his two companions, and that heathen air felt for the first time by many a strange repeated stroke its usurpation and dependence, 1492. Bearing the royal standard, he pronounced the sacred word,
SALVADOR,' when he first kissed the spouse of his perilous quest. How big, how exalted, how divine, were now the viceroy's sensations !
The great naval victory of the Dutch over the Spaniards, 1573. The fall and massacre of Wexford, under Oliver Cromwell, 1649. The public flagellation of Mrs. Celiers, a midwife, for politics, 1681. The capture by Admiral Rooke of the Vigo galleons, 1702. Sir J. B. Warren's French victory at Troy Island, three days, 1798. The Independence of Brazil under Don John is proclaimed, 1822. A sole caricature whose trade it is fo exhibit not indeed infamy and folly (for there he can sketch himself ), bat the sores and by-way infirmities of poor mortality, 80 as to disgust every good taste and play the mime at Cripplegate, surely in pity should be gifted by Heaven with a pair of hoofs and the baboon's skin.
The Vandals. --........ 679 .......
Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships?
m. Edward, Prince of Wales, 1453, Tiberius Drusus Claudius, U.C. id. Windsor.
806, A, D. 54, Rome. 13. Sophia, of Hanover, 1630, May- Gregory XII. (Pope), 1417. d.
Theodore Beza, 1605. d. Geneva.
General Th, Harrison, er. 1660 Thos. Rutherforth, 1712, Pap- Sir George Ent, 1689. Jewry. worth Everard.
Henry Sully, 1728. St. Sulpic
Dr. John Gill, 1771. d. Sou:
Richard Pulteney, 1801. d
Louis Claude de St. Ma
Martialis, Martyrs at Cor- Joachim Murat (of Na dova, 304.
1815, shot, Piszo Castle. St. Gerald, Count of Aurillac, Antonio Canova, 1822.
(or Orilhac), Patron of Up- dral of St. Mark, Venic
Vir izo Monti, 1828.
Tom Hardcastle, in
fessor, translation, 1163. (See did better as a butt,
since served in that car
the great entertainmer
Ye elves of hills, brooks, standing lakes, and groves,
FRIDAY. This is the " th' day of the week, dedicated by the Saxons to Frea, “the Queen of the Gods,' who seems to have united the qualities of the Roman Juno, Venus, and Diana, of blessed memory. day,' by the Turks, Indians, and in modern Arabic, is called Juma ; by the Persians, Juma, or Adinu, and in ancient Arabic, Aruba. The * Dies Veneris,' in French, Vendredi, is Friya's Day, in Saxon.
The Roman · Fontinalia,' in honour of those divinities, who preside over fountains and springs, which were adorned with chaplets. Their temple stood near the Porta Capena. The day of Jupiter Liberator.
The Latin festival of Carpus, at whose house St. Paul lodged.
The irruption of the Vandals into Spain, who dividing her prolific territories, turned their swords into ploughshares, A. D. 409.
The great Council of Northumpton is opened for the trial of Thomas Becket, by whose sentence he was placed at the king's mercy, 1164.
The Parliament assembles, in which a project of reform was proposed, approved, and ordered to be enforced by the judges in their circuits, 1259. Its principal objects were to secure the inferior tenants from the oppression of their lords, and to purify the administration of justice.
The knights templars, with the grand-master and possessions, are seized throughout the realm of France, 1307. This anniversary was selected four years later for assembling a council of the church at Vienne, in Dauphiny, to decide on the fate of the order, which was abolished by decree of the Pope, in the spring ensuing, 1312.-See 11th May,
Henry IV.is inaugurated on the anniversary of his exile, 1399. That solemnity is memorable also for the institution of the Order of the Bathi'
Moreau reaches Friburg after his masterly retreat, 1796.
Fear not to trust the word of a man whose probity you have experienced in pecuniary affairs.
How stately doth my Lais go!
Prid. Lewis Capellus, 1583, Sedan. Harold II. (of England), 1066.
killed, Battle Abbey.
Paul Scarron, Cul de Jutte, gifts, endued as Aspasia was,
1660. Paris. with the most exalted under
John (Orator) Henley, 1756. d. standing, and the happiest turn
James (Marshal) Keith, 1758. pleted what nature had begun,
killed, Hochkirchen. and made her the prodigy, not
Antonio Nunes Ribeiro Sanches, only of her age, but the glory of
1783. her sex.
Dr. John Chapman, 1784.
temkin, 1791. Cherson. Obits of the Lutin Church. Geo. Edward Ayscough, 1799. St. Calixtus (or Callistus), Pope,
Martyr, buried, 222.
Patron of Bruges, c. 389. Both the Christian and the
Bishop of Wurtzburg, 752. voice when they speak of her St. Dominic (surnamed Lori- beauty, her knowledge, and her catus), of Camaldoli, d. 1060. virtue.
Her voice most clear, yet 'tis not strong; her periods full, tho' seldom long; With wit, good-natur'd wit, endow'd; fluent her speech, but never loud.
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