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XATI X.
NAME AND PROFESSIOX.

DORN
Eng. Charles Edward, grandson of James II, and Pretender

1720 1709
Fr
J. A. C., natural philosopher

1746 1821
Fr. Charlevoix, Peter F. X., a Jesuit historian

1692 1762
Aner. Chase, Philander, bisi.op of Prot. Epis. Church, Ohio

1775 INC
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Salmon P., senator of United States and governor of Ohio 1808
Fr. Chasles, V. E. Philarete, miscellaneous writer .

1799
Dutch. Chassé, David H., baron, military commander

1765

1849
Fr. Chastelet, Gabrielle, marchioness, scientific author

1706 1749
Fr. Chasteilux, F. J., marquis de, general and author

1734 1788
Fr. Chateaubriand, F. R., vicomte de, poet, statesman and traveller

1769

1846
Châtel. Abbe, Fer. F., theological reformer

1795 185;
Fr. Chatele, čaul du Hay, lord of, (Bertrand Duguesclin).

1593

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Eng.
Chatharr, Wm. Pitt, earl of, statesmiin

1708 1778
Eng. Chatterton, Thomas, famed for precocious learning

1752 1770
Eng. Chaucer, Geoffrey, the father of English poetry

1328 1400
Amer. Chaun:3y, Charles D. D., president of Harvard College

1671
.mer.
Commodore Isaac, naval commander

1940
Amer, Chesebro, Caroline, novelist and essayist
Amer Cheever, Geo. B., congregational clergyman and author

1807
Eng. Cheselden, William, an eminent anatomist

1688 1752
Chesterfield, Philip D. Stanhope, earl of, statesman and writer 1694 1773
Ital. Cherubini, M. L. C., musical composer

1760 1810
Chevalier, Michael, engineer, traveller and statesman

1806
Fr. Chevreul, M. E., chemist

1786
Ar er. Child, Lydia Maria, author of various works

1802
Ens: Chillingworth, Wm., theologian and author

1602 1644
Chilo, Euphorus of Sparta, one of the seven wise men f. B. 0. 598
ner. Chipman, Nathaniel, jurist and statesman

1752

1843
Chitty, Joseph, author of numerous works on law

1776

1841
Pol. Chlopicki, J., military commander, dictator of Poland.

1772 1854
mer. Choate, Rufus, advocate, jurist and senator

1799

1859
Fr. Choiseul-Stainville C. A. G., duke of, statesman and author

1762
Eng. Choules, John Overton, D. D., Baptist minister and author 180: 1856
Swe. Christina, queen, (daughter of G. Adolphus)

1623

1689
Afric. Christophe, a slave, afterwards King of Hayti

1767 1820
Chrysiphus, a stoic philosopher

B. 0. 280 207
Gr. Chrysostom, John, Christian father and orator

341

407
Amer. Church, Benj., military commander and author'

1639 1718
Eng. Churchill, Charles, a satirical poet

1781 1764
Eng. Cibber, Colley, tragic and comic actor and poet

1671 1757
Rom. Cicero, Marcus Tullius, one of the greatest of orators

105 E. c. 43
Ital Cimarosa, Dominic, dramatic and music composer

1764 1801
Gr. Cimon, an Athenian general
Rom. Cincinnatus, Lucius Quintius, the patriot

f. B. 0. 456
Rom, Cinna, Lucius, Cornelius, partiean of Marius

f. B. o.
Ital. Cirillo, Dominic, a botanist and physician

1734 1799
Amer. Clair, Arthur St., a distinguished officer in the revolution

1818
Fr. Clairaut, Alexis Claude, geometrician

1713 1765
mer. Clap, Thomas, president of Yale College

1703 1757
Scot, Clapperton, Hugh, traveller in Africa

1789

1827
Eng. Clare, John, poet

1793 2884
Eng.

Clarendon, G. W. F., Villiers, earl of, statesman

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NATION.
NAME AND PROFESSION

BORN.
Amer. Clark, Louis Gaylord, editor of “Knickerbocker'

1800
Are.
Willis Gaylord, poet and essayist

1810
Arr.

Wm., general, explorer of Rocky Mountains
El.

Clarke, Dr. Adam, a celebrated theologian and commentator 1760
Eng.
Dr. Edward Daniel, traveller and mineralogist

1767
Amer. Clarke, James Freeman, clergyman and author

1810
Eng.

Mary Cowden, author of 'Concordance to Shakespeare,' &c. 1809
Amer.
McDonald 'the crazy poet,'

1798
Eng.
-, Rev. Samuel, •Annotations on the Bible'

1627
Eng.
Samuel D., theologian and philosopher

1675
Eng.

Sir James, medical author
Eng. Clarkson, Thomas, philanthropist

1761
Rok. Claudius, Appius, decemvir
Eng. Claverhouse, John Graham of, Viscount Dundee

1627
Bpan. Clavigero, Francis X., historian of Mexico

1720
Amer, Clay, Cassius M., anti-slavery politician

1810
Amer. Clement C., ex-senator of U.S. from Alabama

1789
Amer. -
Henry, statesman and diplomatist

1777
Amer. Clayton, John, an eminent physician and botanist

1765
Amer. Clayton), John M., senator and secretary of state

1796
Gr. Cle:inthes, a stoic philosopher

f. 260
Amer. Cleaveland, Parker, inineralogist and chemist

1780
Amer. Clemens, Jeremiah, U. 8. senator from Alabama

1814
Clement, the name of 14 popes and 3 antipopes
Gr.

of Alexandria, a father of the church'
Gr. Clementi, Muzio, musical composer
Gr. Cleobolus, one of the seven wise men

f. 559
Ital. Cleon, an Athenian politician and demagogue
Egypt. Cleopatra, a voluptuous queen
Swiss. Clerc, Jean le, theological writer

1656
Fr. Ail., Laurent, the oldest living teacher of deaf mutes

1785
Amer, Clinton, Dewitt, governor and benefactor of Now York

1769
Amer. -, James, general Amer. Rev.

1736
Amer, -, George, governor of New York and vice-president of U. 8. 1739
(live, Robert, lord, military commander

1725
Fr.
( loquet, Hyppolite, (brother of Jules), anatomist

1787
Fr. Clot, or Clot-Bey, surgeon and medical writer in Egypt

1795
Arner. Cobb, Lyman, lexicographer and author
Eng. Cobbett, William, political writer

1762
Eng. Cobden, Richard, statesman and reformer

1801
Cobham, Sir Jno. Oldcastle, lord, martyr

1360
Eng. Cochrane, Earl Dundonald, naval commander

1775
Eng. Codrington, Sir Edward, vice-admiral

1770
Eng
Coflin, Sir Isaac, admifal, (b.in d'antacket)

1759
Eng. Cogan, Thomas, physician and miscellaneous writer

1736
Eng. Coke, Sir Edward, a learned judge

1549
Fr. Colbert, John Baptist, an eminent statesman

1619
Amer. Colburn, Warren, mathematician, arithmetician, &c. .

1793
amer.
, Zerah, precocious arithmetician

1804
smer. Colden, Cadwallader, an eminent botanist, astronomer, &c.

1088
Cadwallader D., statesman, biographer of Fulton, &o. 1769
Coleridge, Hartley, author and poet

1797

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NATIOX.
NAME AND PROFESSION.

BORX. DIED
Eng. Coleridge, Henry Nelson, littérateur

(abt., 1800 1818
Eng.
Sarah, daughter of Samuel T., author

1803 1852
Eng.
Samuel T., poet and metaphysician

1779 1834
Fr Coligni, Gaspard de, admiral

1617 1573
Eng. Collingwood, Cuthbert, lord, admiral

1743 1810
Collins, William, a popular poet

1720 1756
Eng.
Coleman, Benjamin, a learned divine, (in Boston)

1673 1717
Eng.
George, dramatic writer

1733 1784
Eng. , George, (the younger), dramatist

1762 1830
Fr. Colombat, de l'Isère, medical writer

(abt.) 1800
Anor. Colton, Calvin, clergy man and political writer

1789 2857
Eng
C, C., author of 'Lacon'

1773 :832
Amor. -, George H., author of " Tecumseh,' &c.

1818 2847
Amer.
-, Walter, Rev, author of voyages and travels

1797 1851
Ital.
Columbus, Christopher, the discoverer of America

1441 1506
Scot. Combe, Andrew, medical and physiological writer

1797 1947
Scot, --, George, pbrenologist and philosopher

1778

1959
Fr. Comines, Philip de, statesman and historian

1445 *509
Mex. Comonfort, Ygnacio, President of Mexico

1812
Amer. Comstock, John L., author of popular school-books

1789

-358
Fr. Compte, Auguste, metaphysician, founder of “ Positiveism" 1798 857
Amer, Conant, Thomas J., D. D., biblical scholar and critic

1802
Bpan. Concha, José de la, capta n-general of Cuba

1800
Fr. Conde, Louis II. of Bourbon

1621 1688
Fr. Condillac, Stephen Bonnet de, metaphysical writer

1715 1780
Fr. Condorcet, M. J. A. N., Marquis of, metaphysician

1743
Amer. Cone, Spencer Houghton, baptist clergyman

1785 1955
Chin. Confucius, a celebrated philosopher

B.C. 550
Eng. Congreve, Sir William, inventor of the Congreve rocket'

1772 1.828
Gr. Conon, an Athenian general

2. . 390
Amer. Conrad, Robert T., judge, politician and poet

18.1 1856
Fr. Considérant, Victor, socialist philosopher

1805
Scot, Constable, Archibald, publisher of Scott's poems, miscellany, &c. 1776 1827
Fr. Constant, Benjamin, statesman and metaphysician

1767 7830
Gr. Constantine, (the Great), the first Christian emperor

274

337
VII., (Porphyrogenitus) emperor and author

905

959
Gr.

XII. (Paleologus), the last of the Greek emperors 1403 1453
Ir. Am. Conway, Thomas, maj. gen. in Revolution a "cabaler,' &c.

(abt. 1778
Eng. Conybeare, Wiliiam D., clergyman and geologist

1787 1857
Eng.
William G. (son of the above), author of Life of St. Paul'

1857
Eng. Cook, Eliza, poetess

1818
Eng. - James, a celebrated circumnavigator

1728 1776
Eng. Cooke, George F., an eminent actor

1756 1812
Eng.
George Musgrove, · History of Party

1814 1866
Amer.
John Esten, novelist and poet

1830
Amer.
Philip P., poet

1816 1830
Eng. -, T. P., actor

1786

1864
Eng. Cooper, Bramsley, surgeon and author

1792

1853
Amer,
James Fenimore, novelist, traveller and historian

1789 1851
Amer.

Peter, merchant and philanthropist founder of Instituta 1791
Amer.
Samuel, D. D., a divine and political writer

1725 1783
Eng.
Sir Astley Paxton, physician and medica' writer

1768 1841

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NATIOX.
XAME AND PROFESSION

BORX DIED
Eng. Cooper, Thomas, chemist, jurist, and politician (in Amer.)

1759 1840
Eng.
Thomas A., actor

1776 1849
Irish. Coote, Sir Eyre, commander in India

1726 1783
Pruss. Copernicus, Nicholas, a celebrated astronomer, the reviver of the
aythagorean system of the universe

1473 1643
Eng. Copley, John Singleton, Lord Lynuburst (born in Boston, U. 8.) 1772 1863
Fr. Corday d'Armans, M. Charlotte de, guillotined in Revolution 1768 1793
Ger.

Corinna, a poetess, flourished in the fifteenth century before Christ
Rom. Coriolanus, Caius Marcius, a warrior

B. 0. 468
Fr. Cormenin, L. M. de la Haye, vicompte de, political writer

1788
Ital. Cornaro, Louis, a noble author of a buok on temperance

1467 1565
Eng. Cornbury, Ed. Hyde, lord, governor of New York

1723
Fr.
Curneille, Peter, an eminent dramatic writer

1606 1684
Fr.
Thoinas (brother of Peter), poet and dramatist

1625 1709
Fr. Cornelli, Mark Vincent, a Venetian geographer and historian

1718
Eng. Cornwallis, Charles, marquis, military com, in Amer. and India 1738 1805
Span, Cortez, Fernaudo, the brutal conqueror of Mexico

1485 1654
Amer. Corwin, Thomas, statesman, sec. of treasury, gov. of Ohio

1794
Ital. Cosmo I. de Medici, grand duke of Tuscany

1519 1594
Ital.
II.
loc

1590 1621
Ital.

1642 1723
Ital Costa, Paolo, littérateur .

1771 1836
Eng. Costello, Dudley, author and journalist

1803 1865
Iriek.
Louisa Stuart, author of memoirs

1815
Dutch. Coster, John Lawrence, one of the supposed inventors of printing 1370 1440
Ger. Coita, Barou F., publisher and statesman

1764

1832
Eng. Cottenham, C. J. Pepy's, lord chancellor

1781 1851
Fr. Cottin, Sophie, Madame, a novelist

1773 1807
Eng. Cottle, Amos, versifier

1800
Eng. Jos., publisher · Recollections of Coleridge

1770 1853
Eng. Couton, Cbarles, humorist and poet

1630 1687
Amer.
Johu (of Boston), a learned divine

1585 1652
--, Sir Stapleton, Viscount Combermere, general

1773 1865
Fr.
Coulomb. Charles Augustine de, philosopher

1736 1806
Fr. Eng. Courayer, P. Francis le, Roman Catholic theologian

1681

1776
Fr. Courier, Paul Louis, poet and satirist.

1772 1826
Fr. ---, Paul Louis, political writer

1774 1825
Fr. Court de Gebelin, Anthony, an antiquarian and author

1725 1784
Fr. Cousin, Louis, historian .

1627 1707
Fr.
- Victor, statesman and metaphysician .

1792 1867
Eng. Coverdale, Miles, Bishop of Exeter, trans. Bible

1485 1565
Eng. Cowley, Abraham, poet

1618 1667
Zng. Cowper, William, lord chancellor .

1664 1728
Eng.
William, poet

1731

1800
Amer. Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, episcopal bishop and poet.

1818
Amer. Samuel H., presbyterian author and clergyman

1793
Amer. Coxe, Tench, writer on political economy .

1756 1824
Eng. -- William, traveller and historian

1747 1828
Amer. Cozzens, Fred S., author of essays and poems

1818
Eng. Crabb, George, philologist, author of synonyms

1778 1854
Eng. Crabbe, Rev. George, poet

1754 1832
Ger. Cramer, John Andrew, miscellaneous writer

1728 1:89

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1771 1856
1772 1849
1779 1855
1489 .556

1650
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1772 1834
1674 1762
1771 1858
1693 1765
B. 0. 6th Cent.
1657 17:27
1790 1957
1798 1854
1780 1360
1599 1658
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XATION.

XAYS AND PROFESSION
Eng. Cramer, J. Baptist, musical composer
Eng.

-, Francis,
Amer. Cranch, Wm. jurist, jadge U. 8. District Court D.O.
Eng. Cranmer, Thomas, a celebrated reformer
Eng. Crashaw, Richard, poet and divine
Rom. Crassus, Marcus Lucinius, (the rich) military commander
Amer. Crawford, William H., statesman and jurist
FT Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de, tragic poet
Ger. Creuzer, Geo. Fred., philologist and antiquary
Fr.

Crevier, John Baptist Lewis, historian

Oræsus, King of Lydia, famed for riches .
Eng. Croft, Wm., musical doctor and composer
Irish. Croker, John Wilson, statesman and author
Irish,

Thos. Crofton, author of 'Fairy Legends,' &o.
Eng. Croly, Rev. George, poet and novelist
Eng. Cromweli, Oliver, military commander and statesman
Eng.

Thomas, earl of Essex, successor to Wolsey
Eng. Crowe, Catherine, author of 'Nightside of Nature'
Eng. Cruikshank, George, artist, chiefly caricature
Eng.

, Robert, humorous artist
Scot. Cruden, Alexander, author of a 'Concordance to the Bible'
Eng. Cudworth, Ralph, philosopher
Amer. Cuffee, Paul, philanthropio sea-captain
Bcot. Cullen, William, an eminent physician
Eng. Cumberland, Richard, a multifarious writer
Eng.

William Augustus, duke of, military commander
Scot. Cumming, John, popular preacher and theological author
Scot.

, Rouallyn W. G., sportsman, traveller, and author
Scot. Cunningham, Allan, poel, biographer, &c.
Irish. Curran, John Philpot, a celebrated barrister and orator
Amer. Curtis, Benj. R., jurist and judge of Supreme Court U.S.
Amer.

Geo. Ticknor, political writer and jurist
Amer. - Geo. Wm., essayist, travelier, and critio
Rom. Curtius, Rufus Quintus, historian,
Amer. Cushing, Caleb, statesman and jurist
Amer. Cushman, Charlotte S., actress
E. Am. , Robert, one of the founders of Plymouth
Amer. Custis, Geo. W. Parke, adopted son of Washington
Fr. Cuvier, George, baron, one of the greatest of naturalists
Fr,

Fred., (brother of the baron) naturalist
Cyprian, bishop of Carthage, an eminent father of the church
Cyril, of Alexandria, saint and patriarch, and theol. writer .

of Jerusalem, saint and archbishop, and author.

-, St., the apostle of the Sclavi
Pers. Cyrus, the Elder, founder of the Persian empire
Pers, .

the Younger, (son of Darius Nothus) king of Persia .
Pol Czartoryski, Adam, prince, head of tbe Pulish nation

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Dacier, Anne, a celebrated classical scholar
Fr. Daguerre, Louis J. M., inventor of daguerreotyping
Amer. Dahlgren, John A., naval officer and author

1551
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