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Louis, Prince, of Baden, Jan. 4. Lucian, St. of Beauvais, Jan. 8.
Louis I. Duke of Anjou, Sept. 20. Lucian, St. of Antioch, Jan. 7.
Louis the Good, Duke of Burgundy, Lucinda, mistress of Glapthorne,
254.

532.
Louis-Charles-Augustus, King of Lucius, St. of Rome, Oct. 19.
Bavaria, Aug, 25.

Lucius, St. King, Dec. 3.
Louis, St, the town, destroyed, 609. Lucius, St. of Carthage, Feb. 24.
Louis, Antony, May 20.

Lucius, St. Bishop, Sept. 10.
Louisa, Queen of Denmark, Dec. Lucius, St. Pope, March 4.

Lucius II. Gerard de Cacciane-
Louisburg, capture of (495). mici, Pope, Feb. 25.
Louville, Eugene de, 251.

Lucius III. Humbaldo Allineigoli,
Louvois, Marquis de, Jan. 17. Pope, Nov. 25.
Lovat, Lord, April 9.

Lucretius Carus, Titus, Oct. 15.
Love in a Tub," the play, 713. Lucrine Lake, disappearance of, by
Love's Labour uon,” 283.

an earthquake (30 Sept. 1538). Lovelace, Richard, 532.

Lucullus, Lucius, 667.
Lover," Steele's paper, 123. Lucullus, Marcus, 857.
Lovibond, Edward, Sept. 27. Lucy, St. of Syracuse, Patroness
Low SUNDAY, April 12.

of Eyes, Dec. 13.
Lowin, John, March 18.

Lucy, St. Virgin of Scotland, Sept.
Lowry, Wilson, Jan. 24, June 23.

19.
Lowth, Bishop Robert, Nov. 27 Lucy, Sir Thomas, July 6.
[Dec. 10), Nov. 3.

Ludolf, Job, June 15, April 8.
Lowth, William, Sept. 11, May 17. Ludolf, Henry William, Jan. 25.
Lowther, see · Lonsdale.'

Ludger, St. Bishop, March 26.
Lowther, Sir Richard, Jan. 27. Lugid, see St. Luanus.
Loyola, see St. Ignatius.

Lugo, Cardinal de, Nov. 28, Aug.
Luanus, St., Aug. 4.

20. Luban, see Harmona.

Luican, St. of Ireland, July 27.
Lubeck, battle of, 733.

Luidhard, see St. Lethard.
Lubienetzki, Stanislaus, May 18. LUKE, Saint, 107; Oct. 18.
Lubin, Eilhard, March 24. Lukins, George, 393.
Lubin, Augustin, Jan. 29, March Lullus, St. of Mentz, Oct. 16.
17.

Lully, Raymond, March 29.
Luc, John Andrew de, Feb. 8, Lully, John Baptist, March 22.
Nov. 7.

Luman, St. Bishop of Trim, Feb.
Lucas, Cyril, June 27.

17.
Lucas, Sir Charles, Aug. 28. Lunu, the planet, 783, 805.
Lucas, Dr. Richard, June 29. Lunardi, Vincent, 621.
Lucas, Charles, Nov. 4.

Luneville, peace of, 91.
LUCANUS, Marcus Annæus, 769; Lupercalia, Roman lustrative sacri-
Nov. 3 (11), April 30.

fices, kept under Mount Pala-
Lucaria, games of liberty in the tine, 103.
Asylum, 489.

Lupicinus, St., Feb. 28.
Lucia, St. of Rome, Sept. 16. Lupus, St. of Troyes, July 24.
Lucia, St. the Isle, colonized, 235; Lupus, St. of Sens, Sept. 1.

hurricanes there, 675, 697. Lushington, Sir Stephen, Jan. 12. Lucian, the humourist, 545. Luther, Martin, 397, 629, 651, Lucian, St, of Nicomedia, Oct. 26. 807, 821 ; Nov. 10, Feb. 18.

Lutzen, battle of, 293.

Maccai, St. Abbot, April 11. Luxborough, vessel lost, 427. Mac-Cartin, Bishop, Aug. 15, Lycidas, see 'King.'

March 24. Lycoris (Cytheris) mistress of MACCLESFIELD, Anne, Countess of, Gallus, 532.

Chas. Gerard, Earl of, Oct. 11. Lycis, the dramatist, 849.

Macclesfield, Thomas Parker, Earl Lycurgus, the Lawgiver, 413. of, April 28. Lycurgus, the Orator, 527. Macclesfield, George, Earl of, Lydgate, the poet, 81).

March 17. Lydia, festival of, 529.

Macculindus, St. Bishop, Sept. 6. Lydiat, Thomas, April 3.

Macdonald, Alexander, Jan. 4. Lydwid, see Lidwina.

Macdonald, Marshal, Duke of TaLygdamis, the general, 780.

rentum, Nov. 17. Lying-in. Hospital of London, 199. MACEDONIA, birth and destruction Lynde, Sir Humphrey, June 14. of the empire, 659, 417; lustraLyonnet, Peter, July 22, Jun. 10. tive military feast, 269. Lyons (the place of Waldus), Macedonius, St., Jan. 24. founded by Cneius Plancus, 229; Macfarlane, Robert, Aug. 8. council of, 293, 485; massacre " Wacflecnoe,Dryden'ssatire, 663.

there, 616; fairs, 219, 505, 789. Macgregor, Rob Roy, 369. Lyons, Israel, May 1.

Machabees, the seven martyrs, with Lysander, the Spartan general, their mother, Aug. 1. 149, 171, 553, 813.

Machiavel, Nich., May 3, June 22. Lysias, the orator, 705 ; June 18.

Macieyovitch, battle of, 663. Lysimachus, the dramatist, 849. Mackenzie, Sir George, May 2. Lysimachus, the general, 725. Mackessoge, St., March 10. Lysippus, the dramatist, 849. Macknight, Dr. Jas., Jan. 13. Lysippus, the statuary, 231. Mackintosh, Sir James, 365. Lyttleton, Justice Thomas, Aug. Macklin, Charles, May 11, July 11. 23 (Sept. 1].

Maclaine, Archibald, Nov. 20. Lyttleton, Sir Thomas, Feb. 15. Maclaurin, Colin, June 14. Lyttleton, Sir Thomas, 365. Maclovius, see St. Malo. Lyttelton, George, Lord, Jan. 17, Macnisius, St. Bishop, Sept. Aug. 22.

Macpherson, James, Feb. 17. Lyttelton, Bishop Charles, Dec. 22. Macquer, Philip, Jan. 27.

Macquer, Peter Joseph, Oct. 9, Mabillon, John, Nov. 23.

Feb. 16. Maboul, James, May 21.

Macrina, St. of Pontus, July 19. Macarius the elder, St., Jan, 16. Macrinus, Marcus, Emperor,June 7. Macarius, St., Jan. 2.

Macrobius, the antiquary (d. 415, Macartney, George, Earl, March A. D.) 31, 522, 851. 31.

Macull, St. Apostle and Bishop of Macauley, Catherine, June 23. Man, April 25. Macbeth, King of Scotland, Dec. 5. Mad Parliament meets, 387. Macbride, Dr. David, Dec. 13. Madagascar, discovered, 545. MACCABEUS, Judas, the Asmonean Madden, Dr. Samuel, Dec. 30.

(M. Q. B. I.), 319, 771; suc- Maddox, Bishop, July 27, Sept. 27.

ceeded Mattathias, A.D. 166. Madeira, discovered, 451. Maccabeus, Simon, II. Prince of Madelaine, of Scotland, Queen,

Judah, 254, see • Aristobulus.' July 5.

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Madelberte, St., Sept. 7.

Maia, the great mother, 277, 413. Madelgisilus, see St. Maguil. Maia, the Pleiad, 277. Maden, St. of Cornwall, May 17. Maid Marian, Queen of May, 278. Madern, see St. Maden.

Maida, the battle of, 455. Madir, see St. Emeterius.

Maidoc (or Maodhog), St. Bishop Madras, their year begins, July 12; of Ferns, Jan. 31. hurricane there, 659.

Maieul, St., May 11. Madrid, Patron of the city, 298 ; Mailla, Joseph de, June 28.

treaties of, 35, 393; massacre Maillard, Oliver, June 13. there, 283; capture, 495. Maillé, Admiral de, June 14. Mæcenas, see Mecænas.

Maimonides, Moses, 171. Mæsia, in Bulgaria, battle, 247. Main, St. British Bishop, Jan. 15. Maestricht, the siege of, imitated Maintenon, Frances, Marchioness

at Windsor, 567; capture of, 729. de, Nov. 27, April 15. Magdalen Library, Oxford, 645. Mairan, John de, Feb, 20. Magellan, Ferdinand, 13, 151,221, Maire, Jacob le, 395, 821 ; Jan.

545, 605, 631, 775; April 26. 22. Magellan, straits of, passed, 121. Maistre, Lewis le, Jan. 4. Magi, the three, called Melchior, Maistre, Comte de, Feb, 15.

Jasper, and Balthazar, see · Epi- Maitland, see Thirlstane. phany.”

Maitland, Sir William, June 9. Magistris, Simon de, Oct. 6. Maittaire, Michael, Aug. 7. Magloire, St. Bishop in Jersey, Majolus, see St. Maieul. Oct. 24.

Majorian, Julius, Emperor, Aug. 7. Magna CHARTA, delivered by King Malachi, the prophet, 838.

John, June 19 (granted to Ire- Malachy, St., Nov. 3.
land, 12 Nov. 1216); confirmed Malagrida, Gabriel, Sept. 21.
by Henry and Edward, 95, 731; Malaval, Francis, May 15.

charter of forests, granted, 733. Malayala, in Southern India, see Magnentius, 647, 843; Aug. 10. Parasurama.' Magnes, dramatist, 849.

Malchus (the sleeper), of Ephesus, Mugnetic Lady,Jonson's co- St., July 27. medy, 434, 631 ; licensed, 1632, Malchus, St. of Palestine, March Oct. 12.

28. Magnus, see St. Mans.

Malcolm II. of Scotland, 797. Maguil, St. of Monstrelet, May 30. Malcolm III. of Scotland, 541, Maharsapor, St., Nov. 27.

743; Nov. 13. Mahmoud II. Sultan, July 20. Malebranche, Nicholas, Aug. 6. MAHOMET, the Prophet, flight of, Malesherbes, Christ. William de,

635, 481 ; enters Medina, 671 ; Dec. 16, April 22. Nov. 10, June 7.

Malet, Sir Pandulph, 254. Mahomet I. Sultan (Aug. 1. 1421). Malezieu, Nicolas de, March 4. Mahomet II. Sultan (353), 219, Malfillastre, Jas., Oct. 8, March 6.

371; his retreat from Belgrade Mallard Night, the festival, 35. (495); March 24, May 3. Mallet, David, 477; April 21. Mahomet III. Sultan, Dec. 20. Mallius, the consul, 667. Mahomet IV. Sultan (353), 477, Mallius, Theodorus (the friend of 547; June 22.

Symmachus and St. Augustin), Mahomet V. Sultan, Dec. 13. Prætorian prefect of Italy, 571. Mahwias, the Jew, 317.

Malmesbury, capture of, 493. ... 943 ...

May 25.

INDICES. Malmesbury, James Harris, Earl | Manni, Dominic Maria, Nov. 30. of, April 9, Nov. 21.

Manning, Owen, Sept. 9. Malmoe Castle, in Scania, 389. Manningham, Bishop, Aug. 25. Malo, St. Bishop, Nov. 15. Manny, Sir Walter, 543. Malone, Edmond, 163; Oct. 4, Mans, St. Bishop, April 16.

Mansfield, William Murray, Earl Malpighi, Marcello, Nov. 29, of, 49; March 2, 20. March 10.

Mansion House, founded, 703. Malplaquet, battle of, 613. Mansuet, St. Bishop, Sept. 3. Malrubius, St. of Ireland, April 21. Mantua, capture of, 77. Malrubius, St. of Scotland, Aug.27. Manutius, Paulus, July 1. Malt Liquors, duty imposed, 771. Manutius, Aldus, Oct. 28. Malta, the Melita of St. Luke, 761; | Mapletoft, Dr. John, June 14, patron of, and the defender from

Nov. 10. earthquakes in Sicily, 82 ; siege Mar, Donald, Earl of, Aug. 12. of, 327; burricane there, 713; | Mar, John Erskine, 6th Earl of, siege by Buonaparte, 389.

Oct. 29.
Malta, Knights of, 343, see St. Mar, John, 7th Earl of, 430.
Michael.

Mara, Madame, 371.
Malus, Stephen, Feb. 24, June 23. Marah, the Israelites arrive at the
Malvern, the oak there, 603. waters [ April 10).
Malvezzi, Virgilio, Aug. 11. MARATHON, the battle of, 141,
Mamas, St. a shepherd's boy of 537, 647.
Cappadocia, Aug. 17.

MARBLES of Paros, called the Mamers, the Mars of Tyre, 657. Arundelian, l. from Cecrops Mammertus, St., May 11.

(B. C. 1582) elapsed 1318 years Mamre, the oak there, 603.

to the archonship of Diagnetus Mamurra of Formiæ, 825.

in B.C. 263:- 2. from DeucaMAN, creation of, Sept. 19.

lion [B.C. 1574], 1310 years : Man, Apostle of the Isle, 258. -3. from the cause between Man of Ross, see · Kyrle.'

Mars and Neptune [B.C. 1532), Man, Pope's Essay on, 229.

1268 years :- 4. from the Deluge Manchester, Henry, Earl of, Nov.7. of Deucalion (B. C. 1529), 1265 Manchester, Edward, Earl of, 51, years :-5. from the Council of May 5.

Amphictyon in his second year Manchester, Chas. Duke of, Jan. 20. [B.C. 1522), 1258 years : -6. Manchester Navigation Canal,

from the Panathenæan games opened, 401; railway to Liver- [B. C. 1521), 1257 years :

:-7. pool, opened, 621.

from the Cadmea (B. C. 1519), Mandeville, Sir John (born St. Al- 1255 years :-8. from the joini

bans, 1300), 237, 329; Nov. 17. rule of Eurotas and Lacedæmon Mandeville, Bernard de, Jan. 21. [B. C. 1516], 1252 years :-9. Manes, see Feralia.

from the navigation of Danaus Manetho, the compiler, 837.

[B. C. 1511), 1247 years :--10. Manfred of Tarento, 791 ; Feb. 26. from the nomination of Athens Mangey, Dr. Thomas, March 11. by Ericthonius ; the musical inMania, the goddess, 641.

ventions of Hyagnis in honour of Manilla, capture of, 657.

the gods (B. Č. 1506), 1242 Manley, Mary, July 11.

years :- 11. from the rule of MiManners, see Rutland, Granby. nos, in the time of Pandion (B.C. 1434), 1168 years :—12. [B. C. 1077), 813 years :—29. from the arrival of Ceres and from the age of Hesiod, under the mission of Triptolemus, in the archon Megacles [B.C. 944), time of Erectheus (B.C. 1409), 680 years :-30. from the age of 1145 years :- 13. from the cul- Homer, under the archon Diogture of Raria, or Eleusis [B. C. netus (B.C. 907], 643 years :1406), 1142 years :--14. from 31. from the time of Pbidon of the composition of the Cerealian Argos [B. C. 895), 631 years : fables [B.C. 1399), 1135 years : -32. from the time of Archias, -15. from the Eleusinian mys- who led forth a colony from Coteries of Eumolpus, and publi- rinth to Syracuse [B. C. 758), lication of his father's poems 494 years :-33. from the first

16. from the first lustration annual archonship, in the person for a murder under Pandion of Creon (B.C. 684], 420 years: (B.C. 1326), 1062 years :- 17. -34. from the Spartan campaign from the Eleusinian games

of Tyrtæus (B. C. 682], 418 18. from the Lupercalia, with years :-35. from the time of human sacrifices ... 19. from the lyrist Terpander's acquittal the initiation of Hercules in the (B. Č. 645], 381 years :-36. great mysteries, in the time of from the reign of Alyattes (B.C. Egeus . 20. from the great 605), 341 years :-37. from the dearth [B.C. 1295), 1031 years: voyage of Sappho [B. C. 594], -21. from the union of the 330 years :-38. from the contwelve Athenian states, and in- quest of Cyrrhus by the Amstitution of the Isthmian games phictyons (B.C.591), 327 years: [B.C. 1259], 995 years :--22. -39. from the revival of the from the age of Amnon (B.C. Pythian games (B. C.582], 318 1256), 992 years :-23." from years :—40, from the introducthe reign of Eteocles, Adrastus, tion of comedy, by Susarion and and Amphiaraus at Argos, and Dolon ... 41. from the tyranny institution of the Nemean games

of Pisistratus (B.C. 561], 297 (B.C. 1251], 987 years :-24. years:42. from the period when from the Trojan war, in the thir- Cræsus consulted the Delphian teenth year of Menestheus (B.C.

oracle [B.C. 556], 292 years : 1218], 954 years :-25. from the -43. from the capture of Sardis, capture of Troy, on the seventh when Hipponax flourished (B.C. night of Thargelion (B.C. 1209], 542), 278 years :-44. from the 945 years :-26. from the ac- earliest play (the Alcestis) of quittal of Orestes by the Areo- Thespis, in the archonship of pagitæ [B.C. 1206), 942 years : Alceus (B.C. 536], 272 years : 27. from the erection of Salamis -45. from the accession of Da. by Teucer (B. C. 1202), 938 rius, after destroying the magi years :-28. from the union of [B. C. 522), 256 years :-46. the Ionians at Miletium in the from the death of Hipparchus thirteenth year of Neleus, and (B. C. 516], 252 years :-47. building of Ephesus, Erythræ, from the expulsion of the PisisClazomenæ, Teos, Lebedos, Co- tratidæ [B. C. 512], 248 years : lophon, Myus, Phocæa, Priene, ---47. from the victory of HypSamos, and Chios; and the in- podicus and Chalcidus, in the stitution of the Panionian games first chorus [B. C. 508], 244 ... 945 ...

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