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Scotland, first conquest of the Sejanus,” the play, 434, 661.

country, 434; church of, estab- Selden, John, Dec. 16, Nov. 30.
lished, 827; law-term, 345; Seleucides, Grecian era of the, Au-
new style there, 9; apostle, tumn Equinor, B.C. 311 (see

458 ; patron, 782 ; see • Union.' Macc. 1. 2. 70].
Scott, see Eldon.'

Seleucus I. Nicator, 593 ; Jan. 31.
Scott, Dr. John, March 10. Selim I. Sultan, 233; Sept. 21.
Scott, John, December 12.

Selim III., July 28.
Scott, John (Editor of the New Selis, Nicholas, April 27, Feb. 19.

London Magazine), February 27. Selkirk, Alexander, 77, 613, 663.
Scott, Sir Walter, 499; August Selle, Christian, Nov. 9.
15.

Sellius, Godfrey, June 25.
Scotus, Duns, Nov. 8.

Selymbria, siege of, 587.
Scriptures, martyrs for the, Sts. Semno Sancus, 441.
Jan, 2.

Sempach, battle of, 465.
Scroop, Archbishop, June 8.

Semper Eadem,” the motto, 813.
Scupoli, Lawrence, Nov. 28. Senac, John B., Dec. 20.
Scythia, invasion of, 493.

Senan, St., March 8.
Scythopolis, victory there, 319. Senate-House, Cambridge, 425.
Sea, the opening, March 13, shut. Senaudt, John Francis, Aug. 3.
ting, Nov. 11.

Sendon, see St. Sindulphus.
Sea-serpent, 411, 665.

Seneca, Marcus Annæus, April 12.
Seabury, Dr., 749.

Senecai, Anthony de, Oct. 13,
Seachnal, see St. Secundin.

Feb. 1.
Seasons, the, 809, 840.

Sennen, St., July 30.
Sebaste, the forty martyrs of, March Sennertus, Daniel, July 21.
10.

SEPTUAGESIMA SUNDAY, Febru-
Sebastian, St., Jan. 20.
Sebastian III. of Portugal, 424 ; Septuagint, composed, 725; date
July 29.

the Creation, B.C. 5872 ; the
Sebba, St., Aug. 29.

Samaritan copy, B.C. 4700.
Seckendorf, Vitus de, Dec. 18. Sepulchre, Church of St., Paris,
Secker, Archbishop, Aug. 3.

opened, 823.
Secondat, J. B. de, July 17. Sequanus, St., Sept. 19.
Secousse, Denis, Jan. 8, March | Serapion, St. (the Sleeper) of Ephe-

15.
Secular Games, 249; November Serapion, the Sindonite, St., March
28, 29, 30.

21.
Secunda, St., July 10.

Serapion, the Scholastic, St., March
Secundin, St., Nov. 27.

21.
Secundus, Johannes, Oct, 8. Serapion, St. Abbot, March 21.
Sedgemoor, battle of, 457.

Serapion, St. of England, Jan. 31.
Sedley, Sir Charles, Aug. 20. SERAPIs, his festival (XIV Phar-
Seed-time, Roman feast, 55.

mathi], when the Temple [439,
Segar, Sir William, 755.

831), was destroyed by Theo-
Segner, John Andrew, Oct. 5. dosius, A.D. 389, April 23-24.
Segneri, Paul, Dec. 9.

Serarius, Nicholas, May 20.
Segrais, John Renaud de, 847. Serenus, St., Feb. 23.
Seguier, John Francis, Sept. 1. Serf, St., April 20.
Seine, see St. Sequanus.

Sergel, John Tobias, Sept. 8.
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Sergius, St., Oct. 7.

Shakspeare, John, 301, 695; bu-
Seringapatam, capture of, 287. ried, Sept. 8, 1601 :- Mary, his
Serres, John Thomas, Dec. 28. widow, buried, Sept. 9, 1608.
Sertorius, Quintus, 667.

SHAKSPEARE, 85, 101, 145, 163,
Servanus, see St. Serf.

227, 243, 265, 283, 289, 330,
Servatus, St., May 13.

335, 418, 441, 470, 606, 695,
Servetus, Michael, Oct. 27.

773; April 23 (buried, 25);
Servius Tullius, King of Rome, publication of his plays, Nov. 8

31, 387; July 7, June 11. see Bowdler's · Family Shaks-
Servulus, St., Dec. 23.

peare,' published by Longman.
Sestos, siege of, 177.

Shakspeare, Edmund (baptized
Seven Brothers, the, July 10, see May 3, 1580], Dec. 31.
* Brothers.'

Shakspeare, Anne, August 6.
Seven oaks, battle of, 424.

Shakspeare, Hamnet and Judith,
Severianus, St., Feb. 21.

twin-children of William, bap-
Severin, St. of Cologne, Oct, 23. tized 2 Feb. 1585. — Hamnet,
Severin, St. of Bordeaux, Oct. 23. buried 11 Aug. 1596.
Severinus, St., Jan. 8.

Shakspeare, Susanna (baptized 26
Severinus, St., Feb. 11.

May, 1583 :-married 5 June,
Severus, Lucius, Emperor, Feb. 4. 1607), July 11.
Severus, Alexander, Emperor, 159; Shakspeare's Cliff, at Dover, 21.
Dec. 12, March 19.

Shamrock, badge of Ireland, 173.
Sevigné, Mary Marquise de, Jan. Shannon, Richard, Earl of, Jan.
14.

30.
Seville, surrender of, 767.

Sharp, Archbishop James, May 2.
Seward, Thomas, March 4. Sharp, Archbp. John, Feb. 16, 2.
Seward, William, April 24. Sharp, Abraham, July 18.
Seward, Anna, March 25.

SHARP, GRANVILLE, the Philan-
Sewell, Dr. Geo., Feb. 8.

thropist, 25; Nov. 10, July 6.
Sexagesima Sunday,' Feb. 8. Sharp, William, Jan. 29, July 25.
Sexburgh, St., July 6.

Sharpe, Dr. Gregory, Jun. 8.
Seymour, see St. Maur.

Shaw, Dr., 417.
Seymour, Sir J., Dec. 21.

Shaw, Dr. Thomas, Aug. 15.
Seymour, Jane, Queen, 335; Oct. Shaw, Cuthbert, Sept. 1.
24.

Shaw, Dr. George, July 22.
Seymour, Thomas, Lord, March Sheale, Richard, 513.

10, see . Hertford :'- Conway.' Sheffield, Edmund, Baron, 524.
Sfondrati, Paulus, Æm., Feb. 14. Sheffield, see • Buckinghamshire.'.
Sfondrati, Cardinal Celestine, Sheldon, Archbishop, 465; July
Sept. 4.

19, Nov. 9.
Sforza, Galeas, Duke of Milan, Shem, the patriarch, 837.
Dec. 25,

Shenstone, William, Feb. 11.
Sforza, Francis, Duke, Oct. 24. Shepherds, patron of, 238.
Sforza, James the Great, May 28. Sherard, William, Aug. 12.
Shadwell, Thomas, 811 ; Nov. 21. Sherborne Manor, 61; first bishop
Shaftesbury, Anthony - Ashley- there, 345.

Cooper, Earl of, 47 ; July 22, Sherburne, Sir Edward, Sept. 18,
Jan. 22.

Nov. 4.
Shaftesbury, Anthony - Ashley · Sheridan, Dr. Thomas, Sept. 10.

Cooper, Earl of, Feb. 26, 4[14). Sheridan, Frances, Sept. 17.

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Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, Oct. 532, 573, 603; Nov. 29 (Dec.
30, July 7.

8], Oct. 17 (27), see 'Sydney.'
Sheridan, Thomas, August 14. Sidney, Algernon, 707 ; Oct. 26.
Sheriffs, institution of, 713. Sidonius, Bishop, 315.
Sheriff-muir, battle there, 747. Sidronicus, St., Sept. 8.
Sherley, Robert, July 23.

Sierra Leone, colony there, 297.
Sherley, Sir Anthony, 689. Sigebert, King of England, Sept. 27.
Sherlock, Dr. William, June 19. Sigebert II. King of Austrasia, St.,
Sherlock, Bishop, July 18.

Feb. l.
Sherwin, John Keyse, Sept. 20. Sigebert, Gemblacensis, Oct. 5.
Sherwood, see Sherard.

Sigefride, St. apostle of York, Feb.
Shipley, Dean, June 7, Oct. 5. 15.
Shirley, see Ferrers.

Sigillaria, the feasts, Dec. 20.
Shirley, James, 453, 743; Oct. 29. Sigirannus, see · St. Siran.'
Shoemakers, patrons of the frater- Sigismund, King of Burgundy, St.,
nity, 704.

May 1.
Short, James, June 10, 15. Sigismund, Emperor, 647 ; Dec. 8.
Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, Oct. 22. Sigismund I. of Poland, 532.
Shrewsbury, John Talbot (Baron Sigismund II. of Poland, July 7.

Strange and Furnival, ĉarl of Silan, see St. Silave.
Wexford and Waterford), 404; Silas, see Sylvanus.
July 7, see Lisle.

Silave, St, May 17.
Shrewsbury, John, 2nd Earl of, Silberschlag, John Isaiah, Nov. 22.
July 10.

Silence, festival of, Dec. 21.
Shrewsbury, George, 4th Earl of, Silent Woman, Jonson's play, 631.
July 26.

Silesia, capture of, 695.
Shrewsbury, George, 6th Earl of, Silhouette, Stephen de, Jan. 20.
Nov. 18.

Silistria, fall of, 449.
Shrewsbury, Elizabeth, Countess Silva, John Baptist, Aug. 19.
of, Feb. 13.

Silverius, St. Pope, June 20.
Shrewsbury, Charles Talbot, Duke Silvertop, William, the Elder, one

of (Treasurer), July 24, Feb. 1. of the nine captors at Nevil's
Shrewsbury, battle of, 495.

Cross, 689.
Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 17.

Silvester, Louis, April 14.
Shute, see . Barrington.'

Silvin, St., Feb. 17.
Shuter, Edward, Nov. 17.

Simeon, St., Feb. 18.
Siam, rains there, 281.

Simeon, St., October 8.
Siberia, frost there, 35.

Simeon, St. Bishop, April 17.
Sibylline verses, 459; comet, 749. Simeon, St. the Foolish, July 1.
Sicard, Roch Ambrose, Sept. 20. Simeon Stylites the younger, Jan.
Sicilian Vespers (mussacre), 199. 5, Sept. 3.
Sicily, earthquakes there, 81, 83; Simmons, Samuel, 263, 559.
flood, 241.

Simnel, Lambert, 283, 399.
Siddons, Sarah, July 14.

Simon (Hyrcanus) the benefactor,
Sidney, Sir William, Feb. 11.

87.
Sidney, Sir Henry, June 20, May 5. Simon Stock, St., May 16.
Sidney, Frances, March 8. Simon, St. (an Infant), March 24.
Sidney, see · Pembroke :'-- Leices- Simon, St. festival of (instituted
ter:'--Sunderland.'

A. D. 1091), October 28, see
SIDNEY, Sir Philip, 33, 105, 513, • St. Jude.'

Simon, see St. Simeon.

Smaragdus, St., March 7, Aug. 8.
Simon, Richard, May 13, April 7. Smart, Christopher, April 11, May
Simonides, 113, 853.

12.
Simplicius, St., July 29.

Smeaton, John, 211; May 28,
Simplicius, St. Pope, March 2. Oct. 28.
Simpson, Thos., Aug. 20, May 14. Smellie, William, June 25.
Sin, wilderness of, 237.

Smith, Sir Thomas, March 28,
Sina, St., Nov. 10.

Aug. 12.
Sindulphus, St., Oct. 20.

Smith, Alderman, Jan.:
Singer, see Rowe.

Smith, Dr. Thomas, May 16.
Sinope, 509.

Smith, John, August 7.
Siran, St., Dec. 4.

Smith, Captain John, June 21.
Sirius, see Dog-star.

Smith, a captor, 701.
Sirmond, James, Oct. 7.

Smith, Dr. William, May 30.
Sirocco, the Syrian wind, 291. Smith, William, Sept. 27.
Sisinnius, St., May 29.

Smith, George, Sept. 7.
Sisoes, St., July 4.

Smith, Alderman, June 26.
Sisyphus, 559.

Smith, Dr. Elihu, Sept. 19.
Six Articles, see

Bloody Act.Smith, William, Sept. 13.
Sixtus I. St. (8th Pope), April 6, Smith, Sir Sidney, 337.
A.D. 128.

Smith, Elizabeth, dugust 7.
Sixtus II. Pope, Aug. 6.

Smith, Charlotte, Oct, 28.
Sixtus III. Pope, March 28. Smolensko, capture of, 559.
Sixtus IV. Pope, Francis Albe- Smollett, Dr. Tobias, Oct. 21.
cola, 261 ; August 13.

Smyrna, 509 ; one of the eleven'
Sixtus V. Felix Peretti, Pope, Au- cities, dedicated to Tiberius.
gust 27, Dec. 13.

Smyth, Jas. Carmichael, June 18.
Skelton, John, 811; June 21. Smythe, see · Moore,'
Skinner, Alderman, Jan. 14. Snow-storm, 241.
SLAVE-TRADE, instituted in Eng- Soanen, John, Dec. 25.

land, 691 ; abolished in France, Sobieski, John, King of Poland,
197; English treaty with the 487, 615, 741 ; June 17.
Netherlands, 287 ; with Spain, Socinios, of Abyssinia, Sept. 7.
393, 579, 611, 729, 845; Ro- Socrates, 113, 217, 675 (vi.
man feast of slaves, August 13; Thargelion, B.C. 469); April 6
British convention with France [May 13), May 7.
for its effectual' abolition, Nov. Socrates, St., Sept. 17.
20, 1831.

Sogdiana, Alexander's campaign
Sleepers, the seven, martyrs of there, 665.
Ephesus, July 27.

Sogdianus, of Persia, 685.
Slingsby, Sir Henry, June 8. Soissons, congress there, 395.
Sloane, Sir Hans, April 16, Jan. Sol Indiges, see · Orus.'
11.

Sola, St. hermit, Dec. 3.
Slodtz, René Michael, Oct. 12. Solander, Dr. Daniel, Feb. 28,
Sluys, battle off there, June 24; May 16.
captured, 505.

Solinus, 493.
Sly, William, August 16.

Solomon, King of Jerusalem, 69,
Smalcius, Valentine, Dec. 14. 643 ; see • Temple.'
Smalkald, league of, 831. Solomon, Sultan of Roum, 317,
Smalridge, Bishop, Sept. 27.

455.

29.

Solomon II., 687 ; August 30. Soufflot, James, August 29.
Solomon III. Sultan, June 22. Souffriere-mountain, eruption, 271.
Solon, 433, 463.

Soult, General, 197, 587; March
Solvyns, Francis, Oct. 10.
Solway Moss, battle there, 771 ; South, Dr. Robert, July 8.
eruption of, 753.

Southampton, Henry, Earl of, 243,
Somers, Sir George, 502, 509; 430, 583 ; Oct. 6, Nov. 10.
Nov. 9.

Southampton, treaty of, 625.
Somers, John, Lord, 55; March 4, Southcott, Joanna, Dec. 27.
April 26.

Southern, Thomas, May 26.
Somerset, John Beaufort, Marquess Southey, Robert, 811; August 12.
of, April 21.

South-Sea, discovered, 221, 641;
Somerset, Edmund, Duke of, May plan of the • Company' for dis-
23.

charging the national debt, 61;
Somerset, Henry, Duke of, 320 ; the means fail, 221.
May 15.

Southwell, Robert, Feb. 21.
Somerset, Edmund, Duke of, May Southwold Bay, battle there, 351.
6.

Sovereign, the new coin issued
Somerset, Edward Seymour, Duke (Golgotha), July 5.
of, 611, 703 ; Jan. 22.

Sowerby, James, Oct. 25.
Somerset, Francis Seymour, Duke Spagnoli, Baptist, March 20.
of, April 20.

Spain, æra of Augustus there, 842;
Somerset, Charles, Duke of, 221. old style expired, 663; new
Somervile, William, July 19. style, 665; armada, 330; wars
Somner, William, March 30.

and treaties, 14, 475, 583, 693,
Sopater, dramatist, 849.

727, 775.
Sophia, St., April 30.

Spalatinus, 629.
Sophia, Princess, Electress of Han- Spalding, John Joachim, May 26.

over, 651; Oct. 13, June 8. Spalding, George Louis, April 8,
Sophia-Dorothy, Electress, Nov. 2. 1762, June 7, 1811.
Sophilus, dramatist, 849.

Spallanzani, Lazarus, Feb. 12.
Sophocles, 113,529, 851; Jan. 30. Spanheim, Frederick, the younger,
Sophron, dramatist, 849.

May 1, 18.
Sophronius, St., March 11. Spanheim, Ezekiel, Oct. 28.
Sops-and-ale, English feast [birth Sparta, earthquake there, 821.

of Christ, according to some au- Spectator,” the paper, 141.

thorities, 25 Pachon), May 22. Speed, John, July 28.
Sorbiere, Samuel, April 9.

Spelman, Sir Henry, 211, 711.
Sorbonne, patroness of the, 696. Spelman, Sir John, July 25.
Sorel, Agnes, Feb. 9.

Spence, Joseph, Aug. 20.
Sosigenes, 7.

Spencer, see Derby :'-Sunder-
Sosippus, dramatist, 849.

landi'
Sosthines, festival of, Nov. 28. Spencer, Sir Edward, 115.
Sotades, dramatist, 849.

Spencer, Dr. John, May 27.
Soter, St. Pope, April 22.

Spenser, Hugh de, 673.
Soteria, festivals at Sicyon, Jan. 5 Spenser, Edmund, 532, 745, 811,
(31).

853 ; Jan, 16.
Soteris, St., Feb. 10.

Speratus, St., July 17.
Soto, Ferdinand de, 311.

Speusippus, 257.
Souciet, Stephen, Oct. 12, Jan. 14. / Speusippus, St., Jan. 17.

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