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Philip VI., 423; Aug. 23. Phoebadius, St., April 25.
Philip, of Austria, Sept. 15. Phoebidas, the Spartan, 579.
Philip 1. of Spain, Sept. 25. Phæbus, his days, Dec. 27.
Philip II. of Spain, 233, 489, 502, Phænix, the bird, 139, 791.

505, 545, 705; May 21, Sept. Phradmon, 851.
13.

Phrynichus, dramatist, 849.
Philip III. of Spain, March 31. Physicians, College of, 637, 691,
Philip IV. of Spain, 751, 821 ; 695, 773.
Sept. 17.

Pia, Philip, Sept. 15, May 1l.
Philip V. of Spain, Dec. 9, July 9. Piaton, st., October 6.
Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, Piazzi, Francis Negro, April 25.
April 27.

Piazzi, Joseph, 9; July 22.
Philip the Good, Duke of Bur- | Piccini, Nicolas, May 7.
gundy, June 15.

Piccolomini, Alex., March 12.
Philip de Comines, 417.

Piccolomini, Octavius, Aug. 10.
Pbilip de Dreux, see · Beauvais.' Pichegru, Charles, April 6.
Philip, Governor, 799.

Pichon, John, May 5.
Philip I. King of the French, 539, Pictet, Benedict, June 9.
617 ; October 6.

Picton, Sir Thomas, June 18.
Philippa of England, Queen, 531, Picts, of Scotland, their apostles,
689; August 15.

382, 622; their union, 843.
Philippi, battles at, 311, 699, 709. Pierre, Louis de la, Sept. 14.
Philippics, orations of Cicero, 249, Pierson, Major, Jan. 6.
595.

Pigalle, John Baptist, Aug. 20.
Philippus, dramatist, 849. Pignatelli, see Innocent XI.
Philips, Catharine, June 22. Pignorius, Lorenzo, Oct. 12.
Philippides, dramatist, 849. Pilatre de Rozier, Mar. 30, June 15.
Philippine Isles, discovered, 221. Pilgrim's staff and gourd-bottle

,
Philips, Fabian, Sept. 28, Nov. 17. badge of St. James the Great,
Philips, John, Der. 30, Feb. 15. 500; the staff, of St. Philip, 276.
Philips, Ambrose, 27 ; June 18. Pilkington, Sheriff, 457.
Philitia, Spartan feasts, 111. Pilkington, Lætitia, Aug. 29.
Phillips, Sir Richard, 435. PINDARUS, the Theban poet, 821 ;
Philocles, dramatist, 851.

Sept. 4; produced the Pyth.
Philyllius, dramatist, 849.

viii. Ol. 83. 3. B.C. 446; died
Philo, the historian, 63).

B.C. 438.
Philoctetes,” the tragedy, 529. Pindar, Peter, see Dr. Calleott.
Philogonius, St., Dec. 20.

Pindenissum, siege of, 723.
Philonides, dramatist, 849. Pine-apple, found, 729.
Philoromus, St., Feb. 4.

Pingre, Alexander, Sept. 14.
Philpot, John, Dec. 18.

Pinkerton, John, March 10.
Phipps, see Mulgrave.

Pinkey, battle of, 610.
Phlegon, of Tralles (flor. A. D. Pionius, St., Feb. 1.
138), 769.

Piozzi, Hester, May 2.
Phocas, St. of Sinope, July 3. Pineau, Gabriel du, Oct. 15.
Phocas (a centurion), Emperor of Piran, see St. Kiaran.

the East (elected October, A.D. Pirckheimer, Bilibald, Dec. 22.
602], Oct. 5.

Piron, Alexis, July 9, Jan. 21.
Phocion, 553; March 30.

Pisander, dramatist, 849.
Phocis, seizure of, 349.

Pisander, Admiral, Aug. 11.

Pisces, the sign, 111; Feb. 18. Plancus, Cneius, 229.
Pitcairne, Dr. Archibald, 261, Planets, Venus (2nd hour), May;
377; Dec. 25, Oct. 20.

Mercury (3rd hour), June; Moon
Pithoigia, festivals, 743 [April 11). (4th hour), July; Saturn (5th
Pithou, Peter, November 1.

hour), August ; Jupiter(6th hour),
Pithou, Francis, Feb. 7.

September; Mars (7th hour),
Pitiscus, Samuel, Feb. 1.

October ; Georgium Sidus; Ceres;
Pitot, Hen., 339; May 29, Dec. 27. Pallas; Juno ; Vesta; see • Co-
Pits, Dr. John, Oct. 17.

mets' (95).
Pitt, see · Chatham.'

Planque, Dr. Francis, Sept. 19.
Pitt, Christopher, April 13. Plantagenet, Archbishop, Dec. 18.
Pitt, William, 303, 823; May 28, Plassy, the battle of, 83.
Jan. 23.

Plata, the season there, 365.
Pius I. Pope, St., July 11. Platæa, surprised, 223; the battle
Pius II. Pope, Oct. 18. Aug. 14. of, 529, 635, 687.
Pius III. Pope, Oct. 13.

Platiere, Rowland de la, Nov. 15.
Pius IV. Pope, Dec. 9.

Platner, Ernest, May 12.
Pius V. Pope (St.), Jan. [17] 27, Plato, 137 (216), 217, 221, 485,
April 30, May 5.

515, 553, 675; born May 1
Pius VI. Pope, Dec. 27, Aug. 29. [Thursday); died May 1.
Pius VII. Pope, Aug. 20.

Plato, dramatists, 849.
Pixodarus, King of Caria, 855. Plato, St. of Constantinople, Ab-
Pizarro, Francisco, 429; June 26. bot, March 19, April 4.
Place, Marquis de la, March 5. Plautus, the dramatist, 535, 849.
Placentia, battle of, 397.

Playfair, John, March 10, July 20.
Placidia, Empress, Nov. 27. Plays, 813, 737, 511, 709, 857.
Placidus, St. Abbot, Oct. 5. Plebeian Games, at Rome, Nov. 15.
Plague, customary in Egypt, Plechelm, St., July 15.

209; universal, B.C. 767 ; at Pleïades, or Atlantides, called the
Alexandria, 1791; Algiers,

stars (Chimah) Roman
1755; Bassora, 1773; British calendar, 87, 277, 705, 743,
Isles, (677); Canterbury, 788 ; 749; setting heliacally, April 2,
Constantinople, 1611 ; Egypt, rising, May 13; the poets, 357;
1792; England, 664 (677), 772, Hyades (pluvias), setting April
1247, 1347, 1500, 1517, 1563 16, rising, heliacally, May 2,
(441, 527), 1583 (733), 1592 cosmically, May 27.
(723, 823), 1625 (513, 809), Plempius, Fortunatus, Dec. 12.
1665 (601, 735); Fez, 1799 ; Pleurs, overwhelmed, 575.
Gibraltar, 1804 ; Germany, Pleydell, see Downe.
1348 ; Levant, 1786; London, Pliny the Elder, Caius Secundus,
1362, 1379, 1407, 1477, 1499, 83, 161, 297, 473, 547, 853;
1548, 1594, 1604, 1625, 1631, August 24.
1665; Lyons, 1632 ; Marseilles, Pliny the Younger, Cæcilius, 573,
1720; Messina, 1743 ; Morocco, 617.
1800 : Paris, 1362; Philadel- Plomer, Sir Thomas, 281.
phia, 1793; at Rome (equal to Plot, Dr. Robert, 321 ; April 30.
that at London in 1665), 78; Plough Monday, 19, 31.
Scotland, 954; Spain, 1805 ; | Plowden, Charles, June 13.
Smyrna, 1724, 1791 ; Tunis, Pluche, Noel Antoine, Nov. 19.
1784.

Plunkett, Abp. Oliver, July 1.

seven

17.

INDICES.
Plutarch, 19, 269, 405, 461, 473, | Pompadour, Jane de, April 15.
485, 547, 565, 705.

Pompeia, Empress, 825.
Plutarch, St., June 28.

Pompeii, destruction of, Aug. 24.
Pluto Summanus, June 20. Pompey, the Great, 123, 173, 303,
Plynteria, the Minerval festival of 311, 313, 341, 651, 763, 857;
purification, 261 (June 2].

Sept. 30, 29.
Pococke, Dr. Edw., Nov. 8, Sept. Pompey the younger, 657; March

10.
Pococke, Bishop, Sept. 25. Pompignan, Jobn George de, Feb.
Pæmen, St., Aug. 27.

22, Dec. 29.
Poinsinet, Anthony, June 7. Ponce de Leon, 311, 388.
Poisonnier, Peter Isaac, July 5. Pondicherry, taken, 37.
Poisson, Nicholas Joseph, May 5. Poniatowski, see Stanislaus.
Poitiers, the battle of, 343; Sep-| Ponsonby, William, 853.
tember 19.

Pontas, John, April 27.
Poivre, Nicholas le, Jan. 6. Pontian, St. 18th Pope, Nov. 19.
Poland, duchy founded in 694 ; Pontius, St., May 14.

kingdom, in 999; toleration of Pontifex Maximus, the office, 151.
the protestants there, 725; revo- Pontchasteaux, Baron de, June
lution, 14 April, 1791 ; king 27.
dom divided by the powers, 771; Pontoise, patron of, 698.
new revolution, 781.

Pontoporea, the nymph, 519.
Polanus, Amandus, July 17. Pontus, martyrs of, Feb. 5.
Pole, a fuller's, the emblem of St. Poonah, earthquake there, 399.
James the Less, 276.

Pope, burned in effigy, 845.
Pole, see • SUFFOLK :'~ Lincoln.' Pope, Sir Thomas, Jan. 29.
Pole, Edmund de la, April 30. Pope, Alexander, 45, 53, 61, 177,
Pole, Richard de la, Feb. 24. 185, 229, 233, 247, 265, 397,
Pole, Cardinal, 424,767 ; May 11, 485, 497, 603, 699, 765, May
November 18.

22 [June 2], May 30 (June 10).
Polhem, Christopher, Aug. 31. Pope, Editha, June 8.
Poli, Martin, July 29.

Popham, Admiral, Sir Home, 435;
Poli, Saverio, April 7.

Sept. 11.
Polianus, St., Sept. 10.

Poppo, St., Jan. 25.
Poliniene, Peter, Feb. 9.

POPULATION, of the states in Afri-
Politi, Alexander, July 23.

ca: Algiers, 1,500,000; Am-
Politiano, Angelo, July 30.

harra, 1,000,000; Ashantee,
Pollentia, battle of, 197.

3,000,000; Upper Bambarra,
Pollio, St., April 28.

1,500,000, Benin, 1,500,000
Pollux, see Castor.

Bornou, 2,000,000; Changamera,
Polo, see Paulo.

840,000; Dahomey, 900,000
{ Polybius, the historian, 567.

English territory, 270,000;
Polycarp, Saint, Bishop of Smyrna, French, 135,000; Ottoman,
Jan, 26.

3,000,000; Portug., 1,440,000;
Polyeuctus, St., Feb. 13.

Spanish, 208,000; the Felatahs,
Polyhistor, 739.

3,000,000: Fouta Toro, 700,000;
POLYHYMNIA, the muse, Oct. 9. Madagascar, 2,000,000; Moroc-
Polynome, the nymph, 519.

co, 4,500,000; Tigre, 1,500,000; }
Polyzelus, the dramatist, 849. Tripoly, 660,000 : Tunis,
Pombal, Marquis de, May 8. 1,800,000:--[Total 31,453,000);

-969;

Population of the Chinese Pro- (Kerouel), Duchess of, 563 ;
vinces : Ce-keang, 18,975,099 ; November 1.
Fo-kin, 1,684,528 ; Gau-vuy, Portsmouth, John Wallop, Earl of,
1,438,023; Hing King (Mau- April 15, Nov. 23.
ciao), 486,643; Honan, 2,662,- Portsmouth, reduced, 609.

Hu-nan, 9,098,010; | Portugal, erection of the monarchy,
Hupi, 24,604,369 ; Keang-se, 507; united to Spain in 1580;
5,922,160; Kan-su, 340,086 ; dissolved in 1640; treaty for her
Keang-su, 28,967,235; King See, protection, 709; new style there,
3,504,038; Kuang-se, 2,569,518;

665.
Kuang-tung, 1,491,271 ; Kuci- Portugal-street, theatre there, 731.
ciao, 2,941,391; Scian-se, 1,860,- | Portunalia, marine festivals of Ja-
-816; Scian-tung, 25,447,633; nus on Tiber, August 17, see
Scien-se, 257,704; Sze-ciuen, his day (Osiris), Jan. 8.
7,789,782; Yu-nan, 3,083,459: Porus, King of India, 665.
--[total, 143,124,734 :)—Suma- | Posidippus, dramatist, 849.
tra, 600,000; Borneo, 260,000; Posselt, Ernest, June 11.
New Holland, 60,000; Sandwich Possevin, Anthony, Feb. 26.
Islands, 130,000; East Indies (Bri- Possideus. St. of Calama, May 17.
tish dominions), 113,600,000; Postel, William, Sept. 6.
Persia, 9,000,000; Japan, Posthumius, Aulus, 61.
25,000,000 ; Turkey in Europe, Posthumius, Tubertus, 401.

9,500,000, in Asia, 12,500,000. Post-office, London, established
Porden, Eleanor Anne, Feb, 22. 27 Dec. 1660; new building,
Poris, the nymph, 519.

opened, 23 Sept. 1829.
Porlier, Juan Diaz, Oct. 3.

Postverta, the prophetess, 37.
Porphyrius, St., Feb. 26.

Potamiana, St., June 28.
Porphyry (b. 233; d. 304), 316, Potamon, St., May 18.
469, 551.

Potemkin, Prince, Oct. 14.
Porrima, the prophetess, 37. Potenger, John, July 21, Dec. 18.
Porson, Richard, Dec. 25, Sept. Pothinus, St., June 2.
25.

Potidæa, the battle of, 675; cap-
Port-au-Prince, destroyed, 371. tured, 377.
Portalis, Jobn Stephen, Aug. 25. Pott, Percival, Dec. 22.
Porte, Peter de la, Sept. 13. Potter, Archbishop, Sept. 27.
Porte du Thiel, Gabriel de la, Potter, Robert, Aug. 9.
May 28.

Pouelle, Louis, Nov. 8.
Porteous, Captain, Sept. 7. Pouichot, Edmund, June 22.
Porteus, Bishop, May 8, April 14. Pourfour, Francis, June 18.
Portia (a Cato), 429.

Poussin, Nicholas, June 1, Nov.
Portland, William Bentinck, Earl 19.
of, Nov. 23.

Powell, William, July 3.
Portland, Henry, Duke of, July 4. Powell, William, Dr., Sept. 27,
Portland, William Henry, Duke Jan. 19.
of, April 14, Oct. 30.

Powis, see · Charlton.'
Porto Bello, discovered, 725; sur- Powlett, see Winchester.'
renders, 183, 765.

Pownall, Thomas, April 25.
Porto Rico, captured, 151. Prague, capture of, 311; battles
Portsmouth, Madame Louisa Re- there, 291, 735.
née de Puencovet de Queroaille | Pratinas, dramatist, 851.

Noooo 973 000

Pratt, see Camden.

Probus, St., Oet. 11.
Pratt, Samuel, Oct. 4.

Processus, St., July 2.
Praxédes, St., July 21.

Proclus, St. Patriarch, 428, 555;
Premontval, Andrew de, Sept. 3. Feb. 8, Oct. 24.
Presburg, treaty of, 847.

Procope, see Coltelli.
PRESBYTERY, on a calvinistic Procopius, Emperor, May 28.

model established in Scotland, Procopius, St., July 8.
524 ; the first protesting paro- Procopowitz, Theophanes, Sept. 8.
chial (congregational) House of Projectus, St., Jan. 25.
Independents opened in England, Prometheus, 805.
November 20 ; Charles II. pro- Pronæa, the nymph, 519.
mises to establish the system of Propertius, Sex. Aurelius, 532.

assemblies in Scotland, 9. PROPHETS, the Twelve, Dec. 25.
Preston, capture of, 747.

Prosdecimus, St., Nov. 7.
Pretender, see James :'— Charles.' Proserpina, 311, 765, 779.
Pretextatus, St., Feb. 24.

Prosper, St., June 25.
Preville, Pierre de, Nov. 17; 113, Protasius, St., June 19.
161.

Proterius, St., Feb. 28.
Prevost, Isaac, June 18.

Protest against the Roman church,
Prevot, Anthony, Nov. 23.

published, 245, see Presbytery.'
Price, Robert, Jan. 14, April 19. Proto, the nymph, 519.
Price, James, August 3.

Protomedæa, the nymph, 519.
Prideaux, Bishop, July 20. Protus, of Marseilles, 485.
Prideaux, Dean, May 3, Nov. 1. Protus, St., Sept. 11.
Priestley, Dr. Joseph, 525; March Provence, patron of, 746.
13, Feb. 6.

Prudentius, St., April 6.
Primolus, St., Feb. 24.

Prussia, alliance with, 757.
Primus, St., June 9.

PRYNNE, William, author of " His-
Prince of Wales's Island, 549. trio-Mastir," 395; Oet. 23.
Pringle, Sir John, Jan. 18, April Psalmanazar, George, May 3.
10.

Psalmodius, St., June 14.
PRINTING, invention of, the anni- Psalmoid, St., March 8.

versary in Holland, July 10-11; Psalter, first dated book, 553.
an early relic of the art, 553 ; | Psamathé, the nymph, 519.
first impression in English, 629, Ptolemy, Philadelphus, his acces-
see · Book.'

sion, 257, 725, 819 (Nov. 7).
Prior, St. hermit, June 17. Ptolemy Ceraunus, King of Mace-
Prior, Matthew, July 21, Sept. 18. donia, 111.
Prisca, St., Jan. 18.

Ptolemy Evergetes, 837.
Priscus, St., March 28.

Ptolemy Bacchus XIII., 505;
Prisoners, patron of, the Hermit of March 27.

Noblat (d. 500), Nov. 6. Ptolemy, Claudius, 177, 319.
Pritz, John, Aug. 24,

Ptolemy, St., Oct. 19.
Privileges of Parliament, 823. Ptous, the oracle upon, 277.
Prix, see Sts. Pretextatus and Pro- Publicola, Valerius, 141.
jectus.

Publius, St. Bishop, Jan. 21.
Prize-besom, see Shaftesbury. Publius, St. Abbot, Jan. 25.
Prize-money, settled, 241.

Pudentiana, St., May 19.
ProBus, M. A.S., Emperor, 609, Pugatscheff, Jan. 21.
843.

Pulcheria, Émpress, 509; Sept. 10.

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