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NAME AND PROFESSION.

BORA.
Fr. Buat Kançay, Louis G., count de, a learned writer
Fr. Bucer, Martin, one of the fathers of the Reformation

1191
Ger. Buch, Lecpold von, geologist

1774
Scot, Buchen, William, a physician and author.

1729
fcct. Buchs.nan, Claudius, a divine

1766
Bcot
George, an eminent writer

1506
Amer.
, James, 15th president of the United States .

1791
Eng. Buckingham, George Villiers, duke of, statesman

1592
Eag.
George Villiers, son of the former

1627
Eng.
James Silk, traveller and author

1784
Amer.
, Joseph T., journalist and author,

1779
Eng. Buckland, Wm., D. D., geologist.

1784
Amer. Buckminster, Joseph, D. D., thcologian

1751
Amer.
-, Joseph S., author of. Sermons,' & cum

1784
Eng. Buckstone, John B., actor and playwright

1800
Arer. Buel, Jesse, agricultural writer

1778
Polish. Buthier, Claude, a Jesuit and miscellaneous writer

1661
2r. Buffon, George Leclerc, count of, celebrated naturalist

1707
Fr. Bugeaud, T. R., marshal of France.

1784
Ger.
Buble, J. G., ' History of Philosophy,' &o.

1763
Eng. Bull, Geo., Greek scholar and dramatist

1786
Erg.
-, Geo., Bishop of St. David's, theological writer

1634
or. ---, Ole, famous violinist

1810
Swius. Bullinger, reformer and author

1504
Amer. Bullions, Peter, D. D., author of educational works

1791
Eng. Bulwer, Sir Henry L. diplomatist and political writer
Erg.
(now Sir Edward Lytton), novelist and dramatist

1803
Eng. , Lady Bulwer Lytton, novelist

1807
Aust. Buol-Schauenstein, K, F., count of, statesman.

1797
Ruse. Buz, on, C. U. J., chevalier de, diplomatist and historian

1791
Eng. Bunyan, Johd, author of Pilgrim's Progress'

1628
Ger. Burckhardt, John Charles, mathematician.

1778
Bwiss.
John Louis, oriental traveller

1784
Scot, Am. Burden, Henry, inventor and mechanio

1791
Eng. Burdett, Sir Francis, politician

1770
Ger. B: Iger, G. A., poet

1748
Eng. Hurges, Geo., Greck scholar and dramatist

1786
Amer. Burges, Tristram, statesman and orator

1770
Eng. Burgess, Thomas, Bp. of Salisbury, classical and theological author 1756
Eng. Burgh, James, author 'Dignity Human Nature'

1714
Eng. Burgoyne, John, military commander and anthor
Irish. Burke, Edmund, a great statesman and writer

1730
Swiss. Burlamaqui, John James, writer on civil law.

1694
Eng. Burleigh, William Cecil, lord, eminent statesman

1520
Dah. Burman, Peter, critic and editor

1668
io.. Burmeister, Herman, naturalist

1807
amar. Burnap, George W., clergyman and author

1802
Euot. Burnes, Sir Alex., "Travels in Bokhara, Cabool,' &o.

1805
Scot, Burnet, Gilbert, a divine and historian, Bishop of Salisbury 1613
Amer.
Jacob, pioneer of Cincinnati and author

1776
Eng.
John, engraver, painter, and critio

1784
Eng. Burney, Charles, a doctor of musio

1726

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NATION.

XAME AND PROFESSSON.
Eng. Burney, Frances, (see Mme. d'Arblay), novelist
Eng.

James, admiral and author
Scot, Burns, a popular and national poet
Amer. Burr, Ool. Aaron, vice-president U. 8.
Amer. Burritt, Elihu, “the learned blacksmith' and philanthropist
. Amer. Burroughs, Stephen, notorious adventurer
Eng. Burton, Robert, author of the 'Anatomy of Melancholy'
Eng. -, Wm. E., actor and author
Ger. Busching, Anthon Frederick, philosopher and geological writer
Amer. Bush, George, D.D., theological and philosophical writer
Amer. Bushnell, Horace, D.D., theological and metaphysical author
Mex. Bustamente, Anastasio, president of Mexico
Eng. Bute, John Stuart, earl of, statesman, premier
Irish. Butler, Alban, 'Lives of Sainis'
Amer.

Andrew P., United States senator from South Carolina,
Amer. -, Benj. F., statesman and jurist, attorney-general U. 8.
Amer.

, Benj. F., major.general U. 8. army in war for Union
Eng.

, Charles, Oatholic historian and jurist
Eng.

Joseph, bishop, an eminent prelate and author .
Eng.

Samuel, bishop of Litchfield, editor of “Æschylus," &o.
Eng.

Samuel, a humorous poet
Amer.

Richard, colonel, an officer in the Revolution
Amer.

Wm. Allen, poet
Amer.

Wm. O., statesman and general
Ger. Buttman, Philip C., philologist
Eng Buxton, Sir Thomas Fowell, legisl, and philanth.
Ger. Buxtorf, John, a Hebrew and Chaldaic lexicographer
Ger.

- John, (son of the preceding,) lexicographer
Amer. Byles, Mather, clergyman and author
Eng.

Byng, Honorable John, admiral
Eng. Byron, George Gordon, lord, a popular poet
Eng.

Honorable John, admiral
Eng.

Lady Noel, wife of the poet

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Fr. Cabet, Etienne, communist
Eng. Cabot, John, navigator and discoverer of North America
Eng.

Sebastian (son of John), navigator
Port. Cabral, Pedro Alvarez, navigator
Span. Cabrera, Don Ramon, military commander for Don Carlos
Ital. Cadamosta, Louis da, navigator
Eng. Cade, the noted rebel, Jack Cade'
Scot Cadell, Thomas, publisher of Scott's works, &c.
Fr. Carlet de Grassicourt, Charles L., chemist and philosopher

Cadmon, Anglo-Saxon poet
Amer. Cadwallader, John, officer in the Revolution
Rom, Cæsar, Caius Julius, warrior, statesman, and author
Ital. Cagliostro, Alex., count, swindling adventurer

Cailliaud, Frederio, traveller
Fr. Caillé, René, * Voyage à Timboucto,' &o.

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1477 1557
1500

1810
f. 1456

1450
1742 1803
1769 1821

680
1743

1786
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NATIOX.
XAME AND PROFESSIOX.

BORS.
Ital. Cajetan, ardinal, diplomatist and author

1510
Gr. Calaber, rintus
Eng. Calamny, Edmund, Presbyterian divine and author

1600
Span. Calderon ce la Barca, Don Pedro, dramatist

1600
Amer. Caldwell, Charles, eminent physician and author

1772
Amer.
Rev. James, revolutionary patriot

1734
Ital. Calepino, Ambrose, author of a lexicon in 11 languages

1435
Amer, Calbeun, John C., senator of the United States

1782
Rom. Caligula, Roman Emperor
Gr.
Calippc., astronomer and mathematician

f. B. O, 830
Ger. Calixius, Geo., Lutheran theologian

1586
Gr. Calkachus, a poet

Í B. C. 150
Gr. Callizzhenes, philosopher and historian
Camet, Augustine, an erudite divine and author

1672
Ital. Ci'ogera, Angelo, a learned monk and author

1699
F: Calonne, Charles Alexander de, minister of state

1734
Calvin, John, of the Apostles of the Reformation

1509
smer. Calvert, George Henry, belle-lettres author

1803
mer. --, Leonard, first governor of Maryland (see Baltimore)
Cambacérès, John J. A., distinguished revolutionist

1753
Eng. Cambridge, Duke of, sixth son of Georgo III.

1774
Pers.

Cambyses, second king of Persia
Ing. Camden, William, an eminent antiquary and historian

1551
Scot. Cameron, Richard, Covenanter,' founder of Cameronians
Scot.

Sir Evan, lord of Lochiel
Fort.
Camoens, Louis, the most eminent poet of his country

1517
Fr. Campan, Jeanne L. H. J., educationist and author

1752
Amer. Campbell, Alex., founder of a religious sect

1792
Scot.
, George, a divine and author

1709
Scot.
Johli, a multifarious writer, 'Admiral,' &c.

1708
Scot.
John, 21 duke of Argyle and Greenwich

1678
Scot.

John, lord chancellor, jurist, “Lives of Chancellore' 1778
Brot.
Sir Colin, British com. in India, &c., Lord Clyde

1791
Scot,
Thomas, poet, Life of Petrarch,' &c.

1777
Ger. Camper, Peter, an eminent naturalist.

1722
Fr. Campiston, John G. de, dramatist

1656
Fr. Cange, Charles Dufresne, sieur du, historian

1610
Eng. Canning, George, statesman, orator, and poet

1770
Fr. Canrobert, Franc. C., general in Crimea

1809
Ital. Cantu, Cesare, bistorian, poet, and philosopher

1805
Dan. Canute, King of Denmark and of England, the Great'

995
Fr. Carefigue, A. H. A., historian

1799
Eng. Capell, Edward, editor of Shakespeare

1676
183+

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Span. Capmany, Don Antonio, historian

1754
Gr.
Capo d' Istria, president of Greece, 1827-31

1776
Rom. Caracalla, Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, emperor

188
Ital. Caraccioli, Neopolitan admiral, hanged by Nelson

1770
Brit. Caraciacus, prince of the Silures, a brave warrior.

(abt.) 100
Brit. Carausius, leurper of Em in Britain

250
Ital. Cardan, Jerome, philosopher, mathematician and physician 1501
Eng. Cardigan, J, P. B., earl of, general of cavalry at Balaklava

1797
Fr. Cardonne, Dennis D., an eminent orientalist

1720

1781
1810
1831

217
1799

293
1676

1782

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XAT11.
XAME AND PROFESSIOX.

BORX. IED.
Carême, Mark Antony, famous cook

1784
Eng. Carew, Bamfylde Moore, “king of the beggarso

1652 1173
Eng. Carew, Thomas, poet

1589 ? 16:9
Amer. Carey, Alice, author of poems and tales

1822
Eng.
-, Henry, earl of Monmouth, translator

1596 1661
Amer.
Henry C., political economist

1792
Amer.
Mitthew, philanthropist, publisher, &c.

1760 1939
Eng.
William, missionary to India

1761 18:2
Ital. Carissimi, James, musical composer

1600 1673
Irish. Carleton, Wm., novelist

1798
Irish.

Sir Guy, military commander, and governor of Canada 1724 1808
Ital, Carli, John Rinaldo, count de, author

1720 1735
Eng. Carlisle, G. W. F., 7th earl of, statesman and author

1802 1864
Eng.
Sir Anthony, physician and medical writer

1768 1840
Span. Carlos, Don, son of Philip II., (hero of Schiller's tragedy)

1545 1568

1
Span.
Don Maria Isidor, pretender to the throne

1788 1856
Ger. Carlotta, wife of Maximilian, emperor of Mexico

18-
Scot. Carlyle, Rev. Alex, D. D., . Momoirs of his Times'.

1721 1805
Scot.
, Thomas, historian and metaphysician

1785
Gr. Carneades, philosopher, founder of the 3d Academy

B. 0. 218 B, 0. 128
Fr. Carnot, Lazarus Nicholas, revolutionist

1753 1823
Eng.
Carpenter, Laut, Unitarian minister and author

1780 1849
Eng.
Wm. B., physiologist

18-
Fr.
Carrel, Armand, historian and metaphysician

1800 1836
Gua. Carrera, Rafael, ruler of Guatemala

1814
Amer. Carroll, Chas., last surviving signer of the Dec. of Indep.

1737 1832
Eng. Carter, Elizabeth, a learned translator

1717 1806
Amer.
Nathaniel H., a scholar and traveller

1830
Eng. Cartwright, Thomas, puritan divino

1535 1608
Ger. Carus, C. G., writer on anatomy and physiology

1789
Amer. Carver, John, 1st gov. Plymouth colony

1732 1780
Amer.
Jonathan, traveller and author

1621
Eng. Cary, Henry F., poet, translator of Dante'

1772 1840
Span. Casas, Bartholomew de las, philanthropist and historian

1474 1564
Amer. Casa, Lewis, ætatesman and diplomatist.

1782 1866
Amer. Cassin, John, ornithologist

1813
Fr. Cassini, John Dominic, astronomer

1625 1712
Ital. Cassiodorus, M:rcus Aur, etatesman and historian

470

516
Rom. Cassius, Longinus Caius, conspirator against Cæsar

B, C.
Eng. Castell, Edmund, divine and lexicographer

1606 1685
Ital. Castiglione, Balthasar, statesman and author

1468 1525
Port. Castro, Inez de, wife of Pedro, king of Portugal

1355
Ital. Catalini, Madame, eminent vocalist

1782 1849
Eng.
Catesby, Mark, natura ist

1680 1740
Rus. Catherine I., wife of Peter the Great

1682

1727
Rus.
II., empress the “Great” and the vicious

1729 1796
Spin.E.
of Arragon, wife of Henry VIII.

1483 1536
Span.
of Braganza, queen of Charles II. of England

1638 1703
Eng.
Howard, qucen of flenry VIII.

1521

1542
It. Fr.
de Medici, wife of Henry II. of France.

1519 1589
Eng.
, Parr, 6th and last wife of Henry VIIL

1548
Rom. Catiline, Lucius Sergius, patrician conspirator

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NAME AND PROFESSIOX.

BORN. DIRD
Fr. Catinat, Nicholas, military commander

1037 1713
Amer. Carlin, George, artist and traveller among Indians .
Rom. Cato, Marsus Portius, the censor, statesman and author B. 0. 232 B, 0. 147
Rom.
Marcus Porc us, of Utica, statesman

B. 0.
95 B. O.

46
Rom. Catullus, Caius Valerius, poet

B. O. S6
Fr. Cauchy, Aug. Louis, mathematician

1780 1857
Fr. Caulaincourt, A. A., Duke of Vicenza, diplomatist

1778

1807
Fr. Caussin, Nicholas, a Jesuit, author of the Holy Court'

1583 1651
Fr. Cavaignac, Louis E., general-in-chief of the republic, 1848

1802 1857
Ital. E. Carallo, Tiberius, electrician, author Natural Philos.

1749 1809
Eng.
Cave, Edward, printer, bookseller and author

1691 1754
Eng. Cavendish, Sir William, courtier and writer

1505 1557
Eng.
-, Thomas, navigator

1564

1591
Ital. Cavour, Camille di, count, Sardinian statesman

1809 1861
Eng Caxton, William, the introducer of printing into England

1410 1492
Fr. Caylus, A. C, P., count de, miscellaneous writer

1720 1765
Ar. Cazales, James A. M. de, an eloquent orator

1752 1805
Eng. Cecil, Rev. R., religious writer

1748 1810
Eng. , Robt., earl of Salisbury, statesman

(abt.) 1550 1612
Eng.

Wm.,
Lord Burleigh, statesman

1520 1598
Rom. Cecilia, a saint in the Roman Catholic Church, patron of music 2d cent.
Gr. Cecrops, 1st king of Athens

(abt.)

B. C. 1500
Ital. Callini, Benvenuto, artist, jeweller, patron of musio

1500 1570
Rom, Celsus, Aurelius Cornelius, a celebrated physician

30
Gr.
an Epicurean philospher

f. 50
Ital. Cenci, Beatrice, Roman maiden, tragically famed

1593
Rom. Censorius, a critic and grammarian

1. 240
Irish. Centlivre, Susanna, a dramatic writer

1667 1723
Span, Cervantes-Saavedra, Michael, author ofDon Quixote

1547 1616
Ital. Cesare, Giuseppe, cavaliere de, historian

1783 1856
Ital, Cesarotte, Melchior, a volumicous author

1730 1808
Eng. Chalmers, Alex., 'General Biographical Dictionary,' &o.

1759 1854
Scot.
, George, miscellancous writer

1744 1825
Scot,
Thomas, D, D., theologian and political economist

1770 1846
Scot. Chambers, Robert, publisher and author

1802
Eng.
Sir William, an architect

1726 1796
Scot.
William, publisher and author

1800
Fr. Chambord, H., count of, last scion of the house of Bourbon

1820
Ger. Chamisso, A. von, author of Peter Schlemihl,' &c.

1781
Fr. Champollion, the younger, • Monuments de l’Egypte,' &c. 1790 1832
Fr.
Figeac, historian and antiquary

1779
Amer. Channing, Edward T., essayist and reviewer

1790 1856
Amer.

William Ellery, D, D., theologian and philanthropist 1780 1842
Amer.

William Henry, Unitarian minister and author. 1810
Eng. Chantry, Sir Francis, sculptor

1781

1841
Amer. Chapin, Edwin H., eloquent clergyman and orator

1814
Eng. Chapman, George, poetical translator

1557 1634
Eng.
Chapone, Hester, miscellaneous writer

1727 1801
Fr. Chaptal, J. A. C., chemis

1832
Fr.
Charlemagne, emperor of the West and King of France

742 814
Ger, Charles V. the Great, see Prescott's History, &c.

1500

1588
Swo. Charles XII., king, a celebrated warrior .

1682

1761

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