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years :-- 48. from the expulsion Selinuns (B.C. 403], 139 years:
of Hippias (B. C. 495), 231 --67. from the return of the
years :-49. from the battle of Persian expedition, and death of
Marathon (B.C.490],227 years: Socrates [B.C. 401), 137 years :
-50. from the accession of -68. From. (an event in
Xerxes, in the archonship of the archonship of Aristocrates
Aristides, when Simonides fou- [B. C. 399]. 135 years :-69.
rished [B.C. 489), 225 years :

From . . . having obtained the
-51. from the first tragic vic- prize for Dithyrambic verse at
tory, by Aschylus, when Euri- Athens ...-70. from the death
pides was born, and Stesichorus of Philoxenes (B. C. 380), 116
travelled into Greece[B.C.486], years :-71. from the victory of
222 years :-52. from the battle Anaxandrides (B.C. 377], 113
at Thermopylæ [B.C. 480), 217 years :—72. from the victory of
years :-53. from the battle of Astydamas, and the appearance
Platæa and fiery eruption of of a great comet (B. C. 373],
Etna, in the archonship of Xan- 109 years :—73. from the battle
tippe (B. C. 479], 216 years : of Leuctra, and death of Cleom.
54. from the tyranny of Gelon brotus [B.C. 371), 107 years :
[B. C. 478], 215 years :-55. –74. from the victory of Stesi-
from the period when the des- chorus, and foundation of Mega-
troyers of Hipparchus were lopolis (B. C. 370), 106 years :
sculptured, and Simonides of 75. from the death of Dionysius,
Cos, who discovered the art of and accession of Alexander of
memory, obtained the prize at Phæres (B.C. 368], 104 years :
Athens [B. C. 477), 213 years :

–76. from the pillage of Delphi
—56. from the tyranny of Hiero [B. C. 358), 94 years : — 77.
B. C. 472], 208 years : - 57. from the death of Timotheus and
from the victory of Sophocles, Alexander of Phæres, building
aged 28 [B.C. 470], 206 years : of Philippi, and victory of Dion

-58. from the falling of the [B.C.357), 93 years:–78. from
stones in the river Ægos, and the birth of Alexander the Great
death of Simonides [B.C. 469], (B. C. 355], 91 years : –

- 79.
205 years :-59. from the death from the death of Dion, and ty-
of Alexander I. father of Per- ranny of Calippus, under the
diccas (B. C. 463], 199 years :

archon Diotimus [B. C. 354),
-60. from the death of Æschy- 90 years :-residue wanting).
lus (B.C. 457], 193 years :-

Marcella, St., Jan. 31.
61. from the first victory of Eu- | Marcellina, St., July 17.
ripides (B. C. 443], 179 years : Marcellinus and Marcus, Sts., June
62. from the death of Perdiccas 18.
11. of Macedon [B.C 420], 156 Marcellinus, St. Pope, April 26.
years :-63. from the tyranny of Marcellinus and Peter, Sts., June 2.
Dionysius[B.C.411), 147 years: Marcellus, Marcus Claudius, 363,
-64. from the death of Euri- 465, 775, 817.
pides (B. C. 409), 145 years :- Marcellus, St. of Lyons, Sept. 4.
65. from the death of Sophocles Marcellus, St. the Centurion, Oct.
and the expedition of Cyrus

30.
[B. C. 407], 143 years :-66. Marcellus, St. Abbot, Dec. 29.
from the victory of Telestes of | Marcellus, St. Bishop, Nov. 1.

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Marcellus, St. of Rome, Oct. 7. Margaret, Duchess of Savoy, Sept. Marcellus, St. Pope, Jan. 16.

14. Marcellus II. Pope, April 30. Margaret, Queen of France, March March, Roger Mortimer, Earl of, 27. Nov, 29.

Margate, described, 330. March, Philippa, Countess of, Aug." Margites,'

Margites," Homer's comedy, 13.

819. March, Earl of, 417.

Maria-Antoinette, Queen of France, March-Field, battle of, Aug. 26. 245, 323 ; Nov. 2, Oct. 16. Marchand, Prosper, June 14. Maria-Louisa, Archduchess of AusMarchin, Frederick, Count, Sept. 7. tria, and Countess de Neipperg Marcian, Emperor, 509; Jan. 26. (Ex-Empress of France), 161; Marcian, St. with Lucian, Oct. 26. Dec. 12. Marcian and Nicander, Sts., June MARIA-THERESA, Empress of Ger17.

many (crowned of Bohemia, 11 Marcian, St. martyr, Oct. 4.

June] 309, 781; May 13, Nov. Marcian, St. of Syria, Nov. 2. 29. Marcian, St., Jan. 10.

Maria I. Queen of Portugal, Dec. Marciana, St., Jan. 9.

17 [accession 24 Feb). Marcou, St., May 1.

Maria da Gloria II. Queen of PorMarcus, St., Oct. 4.

tugal (born 4 April, 1819) 283. Marcus, see St. Marcellinus. Mariamne, wife to Herod, and moMardonius, 529, 565 ; Sept. 22. ther of Aristobulus, 501. Marengo, battle of, 395.

Marian, St., April 30, Mareschal, Peter, Jan. 18. MARIGNAN, great and bloody battle Maret, Hugues, Duke of Bassano, near Milan, and defeat of the July 22.

Swiss by Francis I., Sept. 13. Marets, Samuel des, May 18. Marillac, Louis de, May 10. Margaret, St. of Antioch, July 20. Marina, St., June 18. Margaret Atheling, Queen of Scot- / Mariners, patron of, 236, see Nu

land, St., June 10, Nov. 16. vigation. Margaret of England, St., Feb. 3. Marinus, St., March 3. Margaret, Princess of Wales, 579. Maris, St., Jan. 19. Margaret, Princess of Hungary, Marischal, George, Earl, May 28. Jan. 28.

Marius, Caius, Jan. 17. Margaret, Queen of England, 615. Marius, St. (May), Jan. 27. Margaret, Maid of Norway, Oct. 7. Marivaux, Peter de, Feb. 11. Margaret, St. of Louvain, Sept. 2. MARK, Saint, April 25. Margaret, St. of Cortona, Feb. 22. Mark, St. Bishop, Oct. 22. Margaret of Anjou, Queen of Henry Mark, St. Pope, Oct. 7.

VI., 235, 251 ; Aug. 25. Mark, St. Bishop, March 29. MARGARET BEAUFORT, the Foun- Markland, Jeremiah, October 29,

dress, Countess of Richmond, July 7. June 29.

Marlborough, Parliament of, 757. Margaret, Duchess of Savoy, Dec. 1. MARLBOROUGH, 55, 341, 441, 451, Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scot- 613, 707 ; June 24, 16. land, Nov, 29.

Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of, Margaret, Queen of Navarre (grand- 547; Oct. 18. mother of Henry IV.), Dec. 2. Marlowe, Christopher, 243; June 1.

Marmion, Shakerley, Jan. 14. -- 947 ooo....

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Marmont, Marshal Auguste de, Martin, Henry, Oct. 16.
201, 495 ; July 20.

Martin's Plain, St. battle of, 524.
Marmontel, John Francis, Dec.31. Martina, St., Jan. 30.
Marnan, St. of Scotland, March 2. Martinian, St., July 2.
Maro, St., Feb. 14.
Marriage, 31, 81, 280, 385, 803 July 27.

[forbidden in Lent, A. D. 364]. Martinianus, St., Feb. 13.
Marryatt, Joseph, Jan. 12. Martinico, hurricanes and earth-
Mars, called Mavors, the god of quake, 551, 675; meteor there,

war and vengeance, 65, 363, 757 ; fleet destroyed, 461.
657, 677, 813; March 1, May | Martius, see Coriolanus.
12, June 1, August 1; sacrifice, Martyr, the first Christian, 847.
October 15.

Martyr, Peter, of Milan, 388.
Mars, the planet, 201, 331. Martyrius, St., May 29.
Marshal of England, hereditary in Martyrs, Era of, commencing A.D.
the house of Norfolk, 97.

284, Aug. 29.
Marsaglia, battle of, 639.

Maruthas, St. Bishop, Dec. 4.
Marsais, Cæsar du, July 7, June MARVELL, Andrew, Nor. 15, July
11.

29.
MARSEILLES, famous anciently for Marwood, Dr. Thomas, Sept. 18.

her schools (see Rollin), founded Mary, see Virgin Mary.
(see Hom. Od. iv. 365] by Pro- MARY MAGDALEN, Saint, festival
tus, 485; plague there, 525 ; of, July 22.
siege of by the emperor, Aug. 19. Mary Magdalen, Saint, Virgin of
Marsham, Sir John, 611; Aug. 23, Florence, May 25.
May 26.

Mary of Bethany, 211; July 29.
Marsigli, Count, Nov. 1.

Mary of Rome, St., Nov. 1.
Marston, John, June 25.

Mary of Mesopotamia, St., March
Marston-Moor, battle of, 451.
Martel, see Charles Martel. Mary, St. of Egypt, April 9.
Marten, its migration, 723. Mary and Flora, Sts., Nov. 24.
Martha, St. of Bethany, 511, see Mary, St. of Brabant, June 23.
Mary.

Mary ad Nives, St., Aug. 5.
Martha, St. of Rome, Jan. 19. Mary, Queen of France, 673.
Martial, Marcus Valerius, March 1. Mary I. Queen of England, 11, 81
Martial, St., June 30.

(85), 141, 237, 489, 502, 531,
Martialis, St., Oct. 13.

657, 777 ; Feb. 8 (18], Nov. 17.
Martin, Saint, Nov. 8, 11; July 4. Mary, Queen of Scots, 59, 257,
Martin-mas, Nov. 11 [23]; Scotch 283, 321, 323, 371, 389, 427,
Term, 727.

437, 483, 497, 499, 507, 511,
Martin, St. church of, founded, 177. 532, 567, 581, 641 (677), 737,
Martin, St. isle of, 343.

765, 771, 807; Dec. 8, Feb. 8.
Martin I. Pope, Sept. 16, Nov. 12. Mary II. Queen of England, 99,
Martin III. Pope, Aug. 4.

229, 325, 617, 729; April 30,
Martin IV. Pope, March 28.

Dec. 28.
Martin V. Otho Colonna, Pope, Mary, Princess of Orange, Sept.
Feb. 20.

23.
Martin de Aspicueta, Dec. 13. Mary D’Este, Queen, 255, 799.
Martin, Thomas, March 7, 8. Maryland, grant of, 411.
Martin, Benjamin, Feb. 9. Mascaron, Julius, Dec. 16.

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Maser-field, battle of, 520. Matuta, the Corinthian patroness,
Masham, Lady Charlotte, 201; 387.
Jan. 18, May 21.

Maty, Dr. Matthew, 179; Aug. 2.
Masham, Lady Dameris, April 20. Maty, Paul Henry, Jan. 16.
Maskelyne, Dr. Nevil, Oct. 6, Maud, Queen of Germany, St.,
Feb. 9.

March 14.
Mason, Sir John, April 20. Maud the Good, Queen of England,
Mason, William, 51, 149; Feb. 743; May 1.
23, April 7.

Maughold, see St. Macull.
Mason, Mary, March 27. Mauger, Bishop, July 1.
Mason, George, Nov. 4.

Mauley, Lord, 301.
Masquerades, introduced into Scoto | MAUNDY THURSDAY, Institution
land, 37.

of the holy Sacrament, April 2.
Massac, John Baptist, Dec. 29. Maur, Charles de, Nov. 25.
Massaniello, 461; July 16. Maura, St., Sept. 21.
Massena, General Andrea, 645 ; | Maurice, Emperor, 551; Nov. 27.
May 6, April 4.

Maurice, of Saxony, June 11.
Massieu, William, Sept. 26. Maurice, Count of Saxe, Oct. 13.
Massillon, John Baptist, Sept. 28. Maurice, St., Sept. 22.
Massinger, Philip, 297, 317, 345, Maurilius, St., Sept. 13.

677, 701, 727, 793; March 17. Mauritius, see Isle of France.
Masson, John Papirius, May 18. Mauront, St., May 5.
Massuet, Rene, Jan. 19.

Maurus, St. of Anjou, Jan. 15.
Massy, Peroline, July 18.

Maurus, Rabanus, Feb. 4.
Massyletan Martyrs, April 9. Mausoleum, the wonder, 853.
Matani, Anthony, July 27. Mautravers, John, 457.
Mathematicians, expelled from Mauxe, see St. Maximus.

Rome (Oct. 1. A. D. 69.). Maw, St. of Falmouth, May 17.
Mather, Dr. Cotton, Feb. 12, 13. Maxentia, St., Nov. 20.
Mathildis, see St. Maud.

Maxentius, Emperor, 501 ; Oct.
Mathurin, St., Nov. 9.

28.
Matilda, Queen of Stephen (May 3, Maxentius, St., June 26.
1151].

Maximian, Emperor, 201, 279,
Matilda, Countess of Anjou, 651, 501, 761.
844; Sept. 10.

Maximian (the sleeper) of Ephesus,
Matralia, Roman feasts, 387. July 27.
Matronalia, Roman festivals, 141. Maximilian, St., March 12.
Mattei, female singer, 51.

Maximilian, St., Aug. 21
Matthew's Bible, permitted to be Maximilian 1. Emperor, 532.
read, 747.

Maximilian II. Emperor, Oct. 12.
Matthieu, Peter, Oct. 12.

Maximilian, Emmanuel, Elector of
MATTHEW, Saint, Sept. 21.

Bavaria, Feb. 26.
Matthew, Archbishop, March 29. Maximilian, Leopold, Dec. 30.
Matthias, Rabbi (burned] March | Maximinian, see Galerius.
12, B.C. 4.

Maximinus, St. Abp., June 8.
MATTHIAS, Saint, chosen Apostle Maximinus, St. of Triers, May 29.

(instituted 1090], Feb. 24 (25). Maximinus, St. of Antioch, Jan.
Matthias, Emperor, March 1.

25.
Matti, Don Emanuel, Dec. 18. Maximus, Pupienus, Emperor, 453,
Maturin, Charles, Oct. 30.

479.

Maximus, Petronius, Emperor, June Medicis, Alexander de, Jan. 5. 12.

Medicis, Julius de, see Clement VII. Maximus, Magnus, Emperor, July Medicis, John Angelo de, see Pius 28.

IV.
Maximus, St., April 14.

Medicis, Mary de, July 3.
Maximus, St. of Riez, Nov. 27. Medicis, Duke Cosmo de, Oct. 20.
Maximus and Venerand, Sts., May Medico-Botanical Society, 83.
25.

Medina del Campo, burned, 567.
Maximus, St. of Asia, April 30. Medina, duke of, 513.
Maximus, St. of Turin, June 25. Meditrinalia, festivals, 651.
Maximus, St., Aug. 13, Jan. 21. “ Medley,” the paper, 537.
May, Lady of, 278.

Meen, St., June 21.
May, see St. Marius.

Megalesia, see ‘Games.' May, Henry, 821.

Megalopolis, founded, 375. May, Thomas, Nov. 13.

Mehegan, William Alex., Jan. 23. Mayenne, Chas. Duke of, March | Mehul, Stephen Henry, Oct. 18. 26, Oct. 3.

Meister, Leonard, Oct. 19. Mayerne, Sir Theodore, Sept. 28, Mel, St. Bishop, nephew 10 St. PaMarch 15.

trick, Feb. 6. Mayne, Jasper, Dec. 6.

Melancthon, Philip, 397 ; Feb. 16,
Maynwaring, Arthur, 537; Nov.13. April 19.
Mayor, see Lord Mayor.

Melania, St., Dec. 31.
Mazarine, Card., July 14, March 9. Melanius, St., Jan. 6, see Mello.
Mazza, Angelo, Nov. 21.

Melantbius, dramatist, 851.
Mead, Dr. Rich., Aug. 11, Feb. 16. | Melanus, see St. Meen.
Meadley, George Wilson, Nov. 28. Melchiades, St. Pope, Dec. 10.
Meath, Edward, Earl of, May 25. Melchisedec, the Patriarch, 839.
Meaux, siege of, 299; Protestant Meletius, St., Feb. 12.
massacre there, 575.

Meletus, dramatist, 851.
Mecænas, Caius Cilnius, 595, 735; Meleusippus, St., Jan. 17.
April 13, Nov, 7.

Melite, the nymph, 519.
Mechain, Peter Francis Andrew, Melito, St. the prophet, April 1.
238; Aug. 16, Sept. 4.

Melli, John, Dec. 20.
MechanicsInstitution, Southamp- MELLITUS, Saint, Founder of the

ton Buildings, London, 79. Sanctuaries of St. Paul'and St.
Mechtildes, Virgin, April 10. Peter,' London, April 24.
Mecklin (or Malines), patron of, Mello, St., Oct. 22.
July 1.

Melmoth, William, the Elder,
Medard, St., June 8.

April 6.
“ Medea,” the Greek tragedy, 529. Melmoth, William, March 14.
Mede, Joseph, Oct. 1.

Melos, the isle, captured, 149.
Medericus, see St, Merri.

MELPOMENE, the

muse, 515; Medes and Lydians, battle, 651. Nov. 9. Medicean stars, 21.

Melton, Archbishop William, Sept. Medicis, Cosmo de, 729 ; Aug. 1.

20. Medicis, Julio de, April 26. Melville, Henry, Lord, 267; May Medicis, Lorenzo de, 261; April 8. 27. Medicis, John the Invincible, Nov. | Melville Island, found, 303. 29.

Memmius, St. Bishop, Aug. 5. Medicis, Hypolitus de, Aug. 13. Menage, Giles, Aug. 15, July 23.

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