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Aug. 28.

Olympias, St. widow, Dec. 17. Orleans, Louis, Duke of, Aug. 4, Olympic Games, 413, 463.

Feb. 4. Olympiodorus, 413.

Orleans, Philip Louis, Duke of, Olynthia, siege of, 499.

April 13, Nov. 6. Omar, Arabian caliph, 479, 481, Orleans, Ferdinand Louis Philip,

831 ; his accession, 7 June, A.D. Duke of, Dauphin, Sept. 8. 632; founds Bassora, A.D.636; Orleans, siege of, 295; massacre built the 'Mosque' covering the there, 615.

site of the Temple; Nov. 6. Orme, Robert, Jan. 13. Omer, St. Abbot, Sept. 9.

Ormond, James, Earl of, Jan. 6. Onesimus, St., 817; Feb. 16. Ormond, James, Duke of, Oct. 17. Onesiphorus, festival of, 267. Ormond, Marquis of, 525. O'Nial, 389.

Ormond, James, Duke of, 799; Onslow, Richard, Lord, Dec. 5. Oct. 19, July 21. Onslow, Dr. Arthur, Aug. 30. Orodes, King of Parthia, 763. Onuphrius, St., June 12.

Oronoco, the river, 183. Opalia, the festivals, 825.

Orphan Asylum, 395, 507. Opdam, Admiral, June 3. Orpheus, 21, 469, 471. Opera-house, London, 51.

Orrery, Roger, Earl of, April 26, Ophelion, dramatist, 849.

Oct. 16. Opheltes, see Archemorus.

Orrery, Charles, Earl of, 647; Opie, John, April 9. Opitz, Martin, Aug. 20.

Ortelius, Abraham, June 28. Oporto, league of, 477 ; taken, 309. Orton, Dr. Job, July 19. Opportuna, St., April 22.

Orville, James d', Sept. 14. Ops, 545, 575, see Bona Dea, Orus, 147, 277 ; July 30 ; his day, Optatus, St. Bishop, June 4. in • Orion,' August 8. Orange, William, 1st Prince of, Osborne, see Leeds. July 10.

Osborne, Francis, Feb. ll. Orange, Prince of, see • William.' Oschophoria, festival of · Boughs,' Order, see · Hours.'

675, see. Theseus.' Orderic, 641.

Osiris, called, Father of the World, Orellana, Francesco de, the disco- 105, 147, 469: (573), 837; the verer, 306, 613.

loss of, Oct. 15 [17 Athyr] Nov. Orford, Earl of, see Walpole. 15; the finding of, April 15 (19 Oriflamme, the standard of the Pachon). May 15; the entrance

French kings, as Counts of Vexin, of · Osiris' into the · Moon,' 489.

called Mother of the World, Feb. Orkney, Apostle of, 246.

26 [1 Phamenoth] [March 10): Orkney, George, Earl of, Jan. 29. Osith, St. Abbess of Chick, Virgin Orleans, Charles, Duke of, May Queen, October 7. 26, Jan. 1.

Osman I. Emperor, May 19. Orleans, Louis, Duke of, 270; Osmanna, St. Virgin, Sept. 9. Nov. 23.

Osmund, St., Dec. 4. Orleans, Duke of, 747.

Osorio, Jerome, Aug. 20. Orleans, John, count of, Nov.23,24. Ossat, Cardinal d', Aug. 23, March Orleans, Henrietta Stuart, Duchess 13. of, June 16, 20.

Ossian, the poet, 69. Orleans, Peter d', March 31. Ossory, Thomas, Earl of, July 9. Orleans, Philip, Duke of, Dec. 25. Ostend, capture of, 635.

May 7.

Oswald, St. King of Northumbria, university terms, 33, 237, 425,
Aug. 1, 5.

675; royal visit, 581.
Oswald, St., Bishop, Feb. 29. Oxford, Edward de Vere, Earl of,
Oswin, St. King of Deira, Aug. 10, 301.
20.

Oxford, Robert Harley, Earl of,
Oswy, King of Northumbria, 677; 55, 91, 155, 448, 483 ; Dec. 5,
Feb. 15.

May 21.
Otaheite, the Isle, found, 404. Oxford, Edward, Earl of, June 16.
Othilia, St., Dec. 13.

Oyend, see St. Eugendus.
Othman, Caliph, June 18. Oysters, the season of, 535.
Otho, Emperor, April 28, 20. Ozanam, James, April 3.
Otho, St. Bishop, July 2.

Ozell, John, Oct. 15.
Otho, Bishop, Sept. 12.
Otho the Great, of Germany, Paauw, Cornelius de, July 7.

Pacalia, see · Peace.'
Otho II. Emperor, Dec. 7. Pacheco, Donna Maria, Oct. 26.
Otho III. Emperor, Jan. 28. Pachomius, St., May 14.
Otho IV., 501 ; March 19. Pacian, St. Bishop, March 9.
Otranto, capture of, 587.

Pacific Ocean, found, 95, 775.
Otterbourne, battle of, 513. Packington, Dorothy, 295.
Otto, see St. Mosloy.

Pacuvius, dramatist, 849.
Otto, Duke of Brunswick, June 9. Padilla, Don, 707.
Ottocar, King of Bohemia, Aug. Padlocks, invented, 527.
26.

Paesiello, John, May 9, June 5.
Otway, Thos., March 3, April 14. Paez, Francis, May 8.
Oudenarde, battle of, 441. Pagan, Blaise Francis, Count de,
Oudin, Francis, April 28.

March 3, Nov. 18.
Oudinot, Marshal Charles Nicolas, Paganini, the singer, 51.

Duke of Reggio, April 2. Pages, Viscount de, 323.
Oudoceus, St., July 2.

Paget, William Lord, June 9.
Oudri, John Baptist, May 1, June Pagi, Francis, 807; Jan. 21.
12.

Paine, Thomas, Jan. 29, June &
Ouen, St. Abp., Aug. 24.

Pair, see St. Paternus.
Oughred, William, June 12. Pakenham, Major, Jan. 8.
Ourique, battle of, 501, 799. Palæmon, see Portunalia.
Overbury, Sir Thomas, Sept. 15. Palafox, Juan de, Sept. 30.
Ovidius Naso, Publius, 89, 177, Palamides, 853.

185, 231, 269, 319, 532, 563, Paleotti, Ferd. de, Feb. 28.

809; March 20, Jan. 2. Palermo, earthquake there, 567;
Owen, David ap, Bishop, Feb. 12. the patroness, 598.
Owen, Dr. Geo., Oct. 10.

Pales, the goddess, 249.
Owen, Abp. John, Oct. 15. Palestine, period of harvest there,
Owen, Dr. John, Aug. 24.

and in Mesopotamia, May I.
Owen, John, Sept. 26.

Palestrina, Giovanni di, Feb. 2.
Owen, William, March 11. Paley, Dr. Wm., Aug. 30, Max 95
Owtram, William, Aug. 23. Palilia, Roman feasts, 249, 281.
Or, emblem of St. Luke, 691. PALLADIUS, St. Apostle of Scot-
Oxenstiern, Count Axel, Aug. 28. land, July 6.
OXFORD, council of, 117; oak Pallas, the goddess, 75, 399, 441.

there, 603; patroness of, 692 ; 795, see Minerva,

Pallas, the planet, 195.

Paris, Matthew, 421, 806.
Pallas, Peter Simon, Sept. 22. Paris, Abbé Francis, May 1.
Palliser, Sir Hugh, March 19. Paris, capital of France, 780;
Palm Sunday, 183; March 29. university of, 161 ; capitulation
Palm-tree, 283, see Phænir.

of, 449; massacres, 391, 595 ;
Palmer, John, Aug. 2.

treaty of, 229; great peace, 355 ;
Pambo, St. Abbot, Sept. 6.

first revolution began there, 477;
Pamelius, James, Sept. 19.

second, 503, 507.
Pammachius, St., Aug. 30. Parishes, perambulations of the,
Pampeluna, capture of, 717.

315; number in London,' 823.
Pamphilus, St., Feb. 16, June 1. Park, Mungo, 67, 791 ; Sept. 10.
Pan, festivals of, 103.

Parker, Archbishop (Matthew),
Panama, climate of, 79.

August 6, May 17.
PANATHENAIA, lesser Minerval | Parker, Bishop, March 20.

games, Ol. 4, April 20 (May Parker, see Macclesfield.
27]; the great games, 28 Heca - Parker, Sir Peter, 799.
tomboon (June) 01. 3, Aug. 4, Parker, Sir Hyde, 289.
see 'Quinquatria.'

Parker, Richard, June 30.
Pancharis, mistress of Bonnefons, Parliaments, in England, 9, 47
532.

[51], 233, 295, 351 (681), 743,
Pandects of Justinian, 753, 817. 751; their debates, 119.
Pandulf, Cardinal, the legate, 313, Parliament of Love,727.
407 ; Sept. 16.

Parma, battle of, 439.
Panic, commercial, 807.

Parmenides, 391.
Panin, Count, Sept. 15, March 31. | Parmenio, 397.
Panopæ, the nymph, 519.

Parnassus, 277.
Panoras, St., May 12.

Paros, marbles of, translated by
Pansa, Vibius, 237 ; April 25. Selden and Prideaux, 855.
Pantænus, St. of Sicily, July 7. Parr, Queen, see · Catharine.'
Pantaleon, St., July 27.

Parr, Thomas, Nov. 5.
Pantheon, Roman, 595, 723. Parr, Dr. Richard, Nov. 2.
Panyasis, 780.

Parr, Dr. Sam., Jan. 15, March 6.
Paoli (Pascal), General, 255, 393, Parry, Dr. Richard, April 9.
751; Feb. 5.

Parry, Dr. Caleb, Oct. 21.
Paphnutius, St., Sept. 11.

Parry, Captain, 303, 649; Dec. 19.
Papin, Isaac, June 19.

Parsons, Robert, April 18.
Papirius Cursor, 89.

Parsons, James, April 4.
Papoul, St. priest, Nov. 3. Parthia, the people of, 279.
Papua (new Guinea), 793. Partholunus, the Giant, 7th in
Papylus, St., April 14.

descent from Japhet, landed in
PARADISE Lost, Sept.30; Milton's Munster, A.D. 2026 (May 14].
epic poem, 263, 559.

Partridge-shooting, 593."
Parasurama, Indian era of, B.C. Partridge, John, 197, 421.

1176 (three cycles gone), year Pas, Marquis de, March 14.

begins 14 Sept. A. D. 1832. Pascal, Blaise, 187; June 19,
Paré, Philip, May 24.

Aug. 19.
Paregorius, St., Feb. 18.

Paschal Baylon, St., May 17.
Parentalia, the festival, 69. Paschal I. Pope, May 12.
Parhelia, 83, 417, 581, 815. Paschal II. Pope, Jan. 22.
Parennin, Dominic, Sept. 27. Paschasius Radbert, St., April 26.

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Perizonius, James, Oct. 26, April6. Pessinuntica, see · Diana.'
Pernambuco, a province of Portu- | Pestalozzi, Henry, Feb. 17.
gal, 331.

Pestilences, remarkable, 299, 482,
Pernely, Anthony, Feb. 13.

561, see · Plague.'
Perouse, La, 647, 799.

Petau, Denys (Petavius ), 855;
Perpetua, St., March 7.

Aug. 21, Dec. 11.
Perpetuus, St., April 8.

Peter, Saint, 501; June 29, see
Perrault, Claude, Oct. 9.

Chair.'
Perrers, Alice, 765.

Peter, St. church of, at Rome, de-
Perreuse, see St. Petroc.

dicated, Nov. 18; at Westmin-
Perron, Cardinal du, Nov. 25, ster, built in 914.
Sept. 5.

Peter's chains, St. festival of, Au-
Perron, Abraham Anquetil du, Dec. gust 1,
7, Oct. 30.

Peter's pence, the tribute, 320, 523.
Perrot, Nicholas, April 5, Nov. 17. Peter, St. of Asia, May 15.
Perry, Captain John, Feb. 11. Peter, St., see Marcellinus.
Perry, James, October 30, Decem Peter Balsam, St., Jan. 3.
ber 4.

Peter, St. of Alexandria, Nov. 26.
Persecutions of the church of Christ, Peter, St. of Sebaste, Jan. 9.

1. under Nero (423), (64); 11. Peter Chrysologus, St., Dec. 2, 4.
by Domitian (95); 111. by Tra Peter, St. of England, Jan. 6.
jan (107]; iv. by Marcus Aure. Peter Damian, Feb. 23.
lius (164); v. by Severus (202); Peter the Venerable, Dec. 24.
vi. by Maximinus [235]; VII. Peter, St. of Savoy, May 8.
by Decius [250]; vii. by Va Peter Gonzales, St., April 15.
lerian [257]; ix. by Aurelian Peter, St. of Verona, April 6, 29.
(272); x. by Dioclesian (119); Peter Nolasco, Saint, Jan. 31.
XI. by Constantius, [337]; xul. / Peter, St., see · Celestine V.
by Julian the Apostate [A. D. Peter Paschal, St., Dec. 6.
361).

Peter, St. of Luxemburg, July 2, 5.
Persephone, 521.

Peter, St. of Pisa, June 1.
Persepolis, Persian capital, 659. Peter Regalati, St., May 13.
Perseus, King of Macedon, 417. Peter, St. of Alcantara, Oct. 19.
PERSIAN ERA, of 1440 years, in Peter, Earl of Savoy, 143.

12 cycles from B. C. 809; first Peter III. of Arragon, Nov. 28.
period completed (689, (569), Peter the Cruel, King of Castile,
449, 329, 209, 89, A.D. 32, 213; March 14.
152, 272, 392, 512) June 16, I Peter the Great, Czar of Russia,

A.D. 632, see · Yesdegerd.' 9, 93, 95, 113, 349, 383, 435,
Persian Empire, termination of the, 465, 593, 709, 783; May 30
493, 749.

[June 9), Jan. 28 (Feb. 8);
Persius, Aulus Flaccus, Dec. 4, buried March 10-21.
Nov. 24.

Peter II. Czar, Jan. 19.
Perth, destruction of, 45; cap Peter III. Czar, July 16.

tured, 527; the fishery, 789. Peter I. of the Brazils, Oct. 12.
Pertinax, Publius Helvius, Empe- | Peter, the Wild Boy, Jan. 28.
ror, 857; March 28.

Peter-House, College of, endowed,
Peru, earthquake there, 775; con- | 199 ; Caius and Gonville Col.
quest, 429.

lege, founded, 1348 ; augmented
Pesselier, Charles, July 9, April 24. | by Dr. Caius, 1557; Catharine

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