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Aug. 9.

Nathy, St. patron of Achonry, | Nennus, St. Abbot, June 14.

Nenooc, St. Virgin, June 4. National Confederation, Assembly, Neon, St., Aug. 23.

and Convention, French, 399, Neophron, dramatist, 851. 477, 633.

NEOPOLITAN ACADEMY of AntiNational Benevolent Institution, quities (opened) April 25, Aca581.

demy at Cremona, of the DesuNational Debt, scheme for discharg niti, 1560, at Cortona (Etrusing it, 61.

can) 1726; Society of Antiquaries Nativity of Christ, Dec. 25 [Nov. at London, instituted, 1751, at 18).

Edinburgh, Dec. 18, 1780; of Nattier, John Mark le, March 17. Agriculture, at Paris, 1761, at Nattier, Lawrence, Dec. 27.

Stockholm, 1781; of ArchitecNaude, Gabriel, Feb. 12, July 29. ture, at Paris, 1671 ; of Arts Naufragium Joculare," the co aud Sciences at Naples, 1540, at medy, 77.

Parma, 1550, at Perousa, 1574, Naunton, Sir Robert, April 4. at Brescia, 1626, at Berlin (with Nau(si)crates, dramatist, 849. belles lettres), 1700, at Lyons, Nautaca, Alexander's station, 665. with the belles lettres, physic, Navarette, battle of, 213.

and mathematicks, 1700, at Navarino, battle of, 695.

Mantua (sciences) 1704, at BoNavigation, the periods of, 319, logna, 1714, at Milan (sciences),

743; inland, 401, see Sea.' 1719, at Petersburgh (do.), Navigators' Islands, 799.

1724, at Upsal (do.), 1728, at Navy Office, founded, 795.

Philadelphia (do.), 1749, at Naxos, battle of, 553 (Sept. 20). Stockholm (do.) 1749, at DubNazarius, St., July 28.

lin (arts), 1750, reformation of Neal, Daniel, Dec. 14.

the academies in Prussia, 1750, Neander, Michael, April 26.

at London, 1754, at Erfurt (sciNearchus, Admiral, 665.

ences), 1755, at Haerlem (do.), Nebuchadnezzar II. King of Baby 1760, at Petersburgh (arts), | lon, 383, 667, 807.

1764, at New York, 1765, at Necker, James, Sept. 30, April 9. Massachusetts Bay, 1780; of Nectanebus, King of Egypt, 763. Belles Lettres, at Florence, 1272, Needham, John Turberville, Sept. the Della Crusca School, 1582, 10.

at Paris, 1663, at Caen, 1705, at Neele, Henry, Jan, 29, Feb. 7. Copenhagen, 1753, at Stockholm, Negroni, John Baptist, Jan. 26. 1758; Historicalat Lisbon, 1722,

Nehemiah, the prophet, 539, 791. Marseilles(with the belles lettres), } Nehemias, see St. Nennus.

1726, Warsaw, 1753; of LiteNelson, Robert, June 22, Jan. 16. rature, Institution at London, } Nelson, 25, 289, 373, 499, 525, 1807, Society at Vienna, 1810,

555, 795; Sept. 29, Oct. 21. at Petersburgh (Russian literaNEMEA, the great games, in the ture), 1811, Royal Society, Lonmonth · Hieromenia' (see Plu

don, 1825, Society there for diftarch's Philopamen), Aug. 11. fusing useful' Knowledge Nemertea, the nymph, 519.

(and Christian' Knowledge), Nemesianus, St. Bishop, Sept. 10. | 1827, Academy at New York (liNemesion, St., Dec. 19.

terary and philosophical), 1814, Nennius, St. Abbot, Jan, 17. Russell Institution, London,

1828 ; of Medicine, in Germany, | Neville, see Warwick. 1617, at Palermo, 1645, at Bo- Nevius, the dramatist, 849. logna, 1690, at Venice, 1701, at New COLLEGE, Oxford (opened), Geneva, 1715, Society in Fleet April 14; Alban Hall, andered Street (and Westminster), Lon- to Merton College, about 1550 ; don, 1773, with the Royal Col. All Souls' College, founded by lege of Physicians; Military, at Henry Chichele, 1437 ; Balie Brest and Toulon, 1682, at Pe- College, by King Baliol, 1266; tersburg, 1732, in Spain and at Brasennose College, by Bishop Paris, 1751, in Germany, 1752, William Smith, and Sir Richard in Turkey, 1775; Music, at Ve- Sutton, 1509; Christ Church, by rona, 1543, Royal Academy, Cardinal Wolsey, 1530; Corpus London, 1822 ; of Natural Phi- Christi College, by Bishop Fox, losophy, in Germany, 1652, Royal 1516; St. Edmund's Hall, anSociety of London, 1662, Aca- nexed to Queen's College, 1557; demy at Paris, 1796, Linnæan Exeter College (from Hart Hall), Society, at London, 1802, Geo- by Bishop Stapledon, established logical, 1826, Zoological, 1829, by Bishop Stafford, 1404; Jesus Royal Asiatic Society, 1820; College, by Dr. Hugh ap Rice, Surgery, Royal Society of Paris, 1571 ; St. John's College (site 1731, Royal Society of London, St. Bernard's), by Sir Thomas 1800.

White, 1557; Hertford College, Neot, St. of Cornwall, Oct. 28. formerly Hart Hall, founded by Nepos, Cornelius, 161.

Dr. Newton, 1740, dissolved in Nepthe, the goddess, 469, 581. Magdalen Hall; Lincoln ColNeptunalia, Roman days, 497, lege, by Bishop Fleming, 1427 ; 745; Nov. 5.

Magdalen College, by William Neptune, or Nereus, 89, 463, 559, of Waynflete, 1456; St. Mary

561, 595, 647; contention with Hall, established by Oriel Col. Minerva, 795.

lege, 1333; St. Mary Magdale Nereades, the fifty, 519.

Hall, by same, 1480; Merton Nereus, St., May 12.

College, founded by Walter de Neri, the Florentine faction, 61. Merton, at Malden in Surrey, Neri, Philip de, Jan. 17.

1264, removed to Oxford, 1274; NERO, 43, 123, 213, 403, 489, New College (773), by William

671, 835; Dec. 15, June 8. of Wykeham, 1380; New lan Nero, martyrs under, June 24. Hall, after the rebellion of 1642; Nerva, Emperor, 522,627; Mar.6. Oriel College, by Edward II. Nesæa, the nymph, 519.

1326; Pembroke College, forNesbit Moor, battle of, 417.

merly Broadgate Hall, by ThoNeso, the nymph, 519.

mas Tesdale and Richard WightNessan, Saint, patron of Cork, wick, 1620; Queen's College, Dec, 1.

by Robert de Eglesfield, conNestablus, St. of Gaza, Sept. 8. fessor to Queen Philippa, 1340, Nestor, St. Bishop, Feb. 27.

new foundation by John Michel Nestor, St. of Gaza, Sept. 8.

about 1733 ; Trinity College, by Nestorius, the heretic, 417, 555. Sir Thomas Pope, 1554; UniNeuville, Charles de, July 13. versity College, "attributed to Neva, flood of the, 757.

Alfred, 872, by others to William Nevers, patron of, 398.

of Durham, about 1400; Il'edham - 958

College, by Nicholas Wadham Nicephorus, Callistus, 691.
and Dorothy his wife, 1613; | Niceron, John Francis, Sept. 22.
Worcester College, formerly Niceron, John Peter, March 11,
Gloucester Hall, by Sir Thomas July 8.
Cookes, 1714.

Nicetas, St. a Goth, Sept. 15.
New College Chapel, 693. Nicetas, St. Abbot, April 3.
New Edinburgh, settled, 729. Nicetas, Achominates, 231,
New Inn," the comedy, 45. Nicetius, St. of Triers, Dec. 5.
New Netherlands, see Delaware.' Nicetius, St. of Lyons, April 2.
New River, commenced, 75, com- Nicholas, St. Archbishop of Myra,
pleted, 649.

patron of poor scholars, orphans,
New South Wales, settled by a few and mariners, 8; Dec. 6.
colonists, 59.

Nicholas, St. of Lincopen, May 9,
New Testament, published in Greek, see Nicolas.
473.

Nicholas, Emperor of the Russias,
New World, discovered, August 1.

July 7.
New-Year's-Day, 7, 19, 27, 31, Nicholls, Dr. Frank, Jan. 7.
33.

Nichols, John, Feb. 2.
Newark, capture of, 183.

Nicholson, Margaret, May 17.
Newberry, battles of, 601, 709. Nicias, the general, 507,579, 599,
Newcastle, William Cavendish, 615.

Duke of, 179; Dec. 25. Nicochares, dramatist, 849.
Newcastle, Duchess of, 179. Nicodemus, St., Aug. 3.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and under-Nicolas III. John Gaetan, Pope,
Lyme, Thomas Pelham Holles,

Aug. 22.
Duke of, 759; Nov. 17; 'Coal Nicolas IV. de Rubeis, Pope,
discovered there, 1234.

April 4.
Newcome, Archbishop, Jan. 11. Nicolas V. Thomas de Sarzanne,
Newdigate, Sir Roger, Nov. 23. Pope, 537, 729; March 24.
Newfoundland, Isle of, discovered, Nicolas, St. of Tolentino, Sept. 10.
424, 388, 535.

Nicolas of Lyra, Oct. 23.
Newgate-prison, burned, 369. Nicolas of Cusa, Aug. 11.
Newport, Captain, 605.

Nicole, Peter, Oct. 10, Nov. 16.
NEWTON, Sir Isaac, 327, 457, | Nicole, Claude, Nov. 22.

807; Dec, 25, March 20. Nicole, Francis, Jan. 10.
Newton, Dr. Richard, April 21. Nicolson, Bishop, 691 ; Feb. 13.
Newton, Bishop, Dec. 21, Feb. 14. Nicomachus, dramatists, 849, 851.
Ney, Marshal (Michael), 181; Nicomachus, St., May 15.
Jan, 10, Dec. 7.

Nicomede, St., June i.
Nicaise, St. Church of, 243. Nicomedes, St., Sept. 15.
Nicander, the poet, 357.

Nicomedia, martyrs at, 262, 509;
Nicander, St., June 17.

the church destroyed by Diocle-
Nicanor, the general, Feb. 13. tian, 119.
Nicasius, St. of Rheims, Dec. 14. Nicon, St. of Pontus, Nov. 26.
Nice, Council of, 181, 475, 575; Nicophon, dramatist, 849.

siege, 317; French truce, 404. Nicopolis, near Actium, 595.
Niceas, earthquake there, 769. Nicopolis, in Bulgaria, great Turkish
Nicephorus, Si. Patriarch of Con-

victory there, 647.
stantinople, March 13, June 2. Nicostrata, see Carmenta.'
Nicephorus, St. of Antioch, Feb. 9. | Nicostratus, dramatist, 849.

wor.... 959 --......

Nidhard, Cardinal, Feb. 1.

confirmed in Hugh his father's
Niebuhr, Carsten, March 17, April Earldom (Nov. 27, 1189).
26.

Norfolk, Thos. Bigod, Duke of,
Nield, James, May 24.

409.
Nieuwentyt, Bernard, Aug. 10. Norfolk, John Howard, Ist Duke
Nightingale, Joseph, Aug. 9. of, 97 ; Aug. 22.
Nilammon, St., Jan. 6.

Norfolk, Thomas, 2nd Duke of,
NILE, annual floods, 401, 439; May 21.

the source, worshipped as the Norfolk, Thomas, 3rd Duke of,
'God of Peace, discovered, lat. 321, 609.
10° 59' 25", long. 36° 55' 30" Norfolk, Thomas, 4th Duke of,
[Nov. 14).

June 2.
Nilus, St. of Ancyra, Nov. 12. Norfolk, Thomas, 5th Earl of, 409.
Nilus, St. the younger, Sept. 26. Norfolk, Henry, Duke of, 409;
Nimeguen, the treaty concluded Jan. 11.
there, 83 (545).

Norfolk, Thomas, 10th Duke of,
Ninevah, fall of, 838 ; battle there, 261 (Dec. 23].
789.

Norham, council there, 299.
Ninian, St., Sept. 16.

Norman, Sir John, Nov. 9.
Nitria, hermitages there, 662. Normant, Alexis, June 4.
Nivelle, Peter, March 14.

Norris, General, 717.
Nivernois, Louis, Duke of, Dec. North, apostle of the, 556.
16.

North, see Guildford.
Nizier, see St. Nicetius.

North, Dudley, Baron, Jar. 16.
Noah, the Patriarch, 109, 117, North, Fred. Lord, Aug. 5.

138, 319, 509, 531, 547, 623, North, Dr. John, Sept. 4, April 8.
627, 633, 715, 739, 753, 783, North, George, June 27.
841; November 6.

Northallerton, see · Standard.'
Noailles, Cardinal de, May 27, 4. | Northampton, William Parr, Mar-
Noailles, Adrian, Duke de, 377; quess of, 524.
June 24.

Northampton, Henry Howard, Earl
Noble, Eustache de, Jan. 31. of, June 15 (25), 1614.
Noema, the great mother, 215. Northampton, Spencer Complos,
Noinville, James de, July 19. Earl of, March 19.
Noir, John le, April 22.

Northampton, William, Earl of,
Nokes, the actor, 731.

June 24.
Noldius, Christian, June 22. Northampton, James, Earl of,
Nolin, John Baptist, July 1,

Dec. 15.
Nollekens, Joseph, Aug. 11, April Northampton, cross there, 15;

battle of, 467 ; parliament, 147;
Nollikins, Joseph Francis, Jan. 21. council, 681.
Nollet, John Anthony, Nov. 17, Northern Streamers, see Aurora
April 25.

Borealis.
Nonsuch, palace there, 647. North-Foreland, battle off the, 367.
Noodt, Gerard, Aug. 15.

Northumberland, John Dudley,
Norbert, St. of Magdeburg, June 6. Duke of, 141; August 21.
Norden, Fred. Lewis, Oct. 22. Northumberland, Henry Perey, Is
Norfolk, Thomas Plantagenet, Earl Earl of, 482 ; Feb. 28.
of, 97, 615.

Northumberland, Henry, 2nd Earl
Norfolk, Roger (Baron) Bigod, of, 513; May 23.

23,

Northumberland, Henry, 3rd Earl | Numerian, 625; Sept. 12.
of, March 29,

Nunez de Balboa, 641.
Northumberland, Henry, 4th Earl Nundinæ, Roman days, 25.
of, April 28.

Nunilo, St., Oct. 12.
Northumberland, Henry, 8th Earl Nuremberg, treaty of, 497.
of, 467 ; June 20.

Nychthemeron, 627.
Northumberland, Henry, 9th Earl Nye, Philip, Feb. 27.
of, Nov. 5.

Nympha, St., Nov. 10.
Northumberland, Joceline, 11th Nysa, capture of, 665.

Earl of, May 21.
Northumberland, George Fitz-roy, O SAPIENTIA, a Latin day, sup-

Duke of (created 6th April), 221. posed in memory of the first
Norton, Richard, 777.

appearance of Celestial Love,'
Norton, Sir Fletcher, Lord Grant- December 16.
ley, June 23, Jan, 1.

Oannes, apparently the Indian(Chal-
Norway, see · Union of Sweden.' daic) Noah of Berosus, 823.
Nostradamus (Notre Dame), Mi. Oates, Titus, chaplain, 323.

chel, 115; Dec. 14, July 2. Obadiah, the prophet, 838.
Nothippus, dramatist, 851. Oberkampf, Christopher, Oct. 4.
Nott, Dr. John, Dec. 24.

Oberlin, Jeremiah, Oct. 10.
Nottingham, Earl of, see 5th Earl Oberon,” the play, 313.
of Norfolk.

Obrecht, Ulric, July 23, Aug. 6.
Nottingham, Charles Howard (of O'Bryan, Patrick, Sept. 1.

Effingham), Earl of, 301, 330, Ockley, Simon, Aug. 9.
371, 415, 418; Dec. 14. Ochus, Emperor of Persia, 753, 763.
Nottingham, Sir Heneage Finch (of Octaves, days in the calendar, St.
Daventry), Earl of, 533.

Stephen, Jan. 2; St. John the
Nottingham, council of, 575.

Evangelist, Jan. 3; Innocents,
Noue, John Sauve de la, Nov. 15. Jan. 4 ; Epiphany, Jan. 13; St.
Noumeniu, games of Apollo, 447. John the Baptist, July 1; Sts.
Nouveau, Jas., see Benedict XII. Peter and Paul, July 6; St. Law-
Nova Scotia, Baronets of, 339. rence, Aug. 17; Assumption,
Nova, John de, of Portugal, 515.

August 22.
Novendiales, days called, 153. Octavia, wife to Nero, June 8.
Noverre, John George, Nov. 19. Octavius, see Augustus.
Novi, battle of, 555; fairs there, October-horse, the sacrifice to Mars,
77, 283, 525.

October 15.
Nowel, Dr. Alex., Feb. 13. Odilo, St., Jan. 1.
Nox, the deity, 829.

Odin, see Woden.
Noyon, peace of, 551.

Odo, St. Abbot, Nov. 18.
Nugent, Dr. Christopher, Nov. 12. Odo, St. Abp., July 4.
Numa, King of Rome, 7, 119, 121, Odoacer, King, 645; March 5.

137, 153, 237, 259, 277, 789; ODRIAN, Saint, Patron of Water-
April 21.

ford, May 8.
Numbers, the Indian notation, 1. Odulph, St., July 18.

Love:-2. Generation :-3. Foun- Oduvald, St., May 26.
tain of Harmony :-—4. Science : Oeder, Geo. Louis, Oct. 28.
--5. Nature :-6. Marriage :- Oefields-Jökkelin, volcano, 845.
7. Fortune :-8. Justice : -9. Oelricks, John Charles Conrad,
Creation :-10. Gol; Dec, 1-10. Dec. 30.
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