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Mantua, | Talbot, Bishop, Oct. 10.

499, 1245, 1274:-
:-
1537, see 'Trent :' Mentz,
1449:- Milan, 355:--the Mile-
vetan, 568-Nicea of 328'
Fathers, 325, 787:-Numantia,
1550:-Pisa, 1409:-Placentia,
1095:- Rimini, 359:-Rome,
649; at the Lateran,' there,
1122, 1139, 1179 (1215), 1512,
1546-Sardica, 346:-Sardis,
400:- Seleucia, 359:-Trent,
1537 (1545):- Toledo, 653,
589, 1473-Tours, 1448:-
Treves, 1548:- Tyre, 335:-
Vercelli, 1053:-Vienne, 1311.
Syra, St. Virgin, June 8.
Syracuse, conquests of, 813, 857;
patriotic games, 817.

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Taautus, see Mercury.'
Tabbs, see St. Ebba.
TABERNACLES, Octave Hebrew feast
of boughs,' or Dionysia' [xv
Tisri], typical of the birth of
Christ, Sept. 15-22 [29, Oct. 6.],
Oct. 15-22; see Numbers, xxix.
35-John vii. 37.
Tabernacle, moveable tent or chapel
of the great shepherd Moses, for
the worship of the Almighty God,
set up in the Wilderness' [1
Tisri, September 19-20, B.Č.
1491 [dedicated I. Nisan].
Tables, broken by Moses, fast for
the, June 17, see Decalogue.'
Tabor, John Otto, Sept. 3.
Tabouret, Stephen, July 24.
Tacitus, Emperor, 11, 641; April 12.
Tacitus, Cornelius, the historian,
393, 541, 573, 641.
Taconnet, Toussaint, Dec. 29.
Tagliacozzi, Gaspar, Nov. 7.
Taillebourg, battle of, 489.
Taillefer, the minstrel, Oct. 14.
Tait, Matthew, Feb. 19.
Talavera la Reyna, battle of, 507.
Talbert, Francis, June 4.
Talbot, see Shrewsbury :'-Tyr- |

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Talbot, Sir Richard, Oct. 23.

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Talbot, Charles, Lord, Feb. 14.
Talbot, Catharine, Jan. 9.
"Tale of a Tub," the play, 293.
Tallard, Duke de, Feb. 14, Mar. 3.
Tallemant, Paul, July 30.
Talleyrand, Alexandre de, Oct. 20.
Tallien, John, Nov. 16.
Tallis, Thomas, Nov. 23.
Talma, Jos. Francis, 775; Oct. 19.
Talmud, made, B. C. 117.
Tamaahmaah I. King of the Sand-
wich Isles, 123; May 19.
"Tamer Tamed," the play, 777.
Tamerlane, 33, 53, 497, 509, 743;
April 9, 1.

Taming of the Shrew," the old
and new plays, 283, 777.
Tanagra, battle of, 780.
Tanco, St., Feb. 16.

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Tancredi," the opera, 147.
Tangier, earthquake there, 723.
Tannahill, Robert, June 3.
Tanner, Bishop, Feb. 5, Dec. 14.
Tanucci, Bernard de, April 29.
Tarachus, St., Oct. 11.
Tarahata, see' St. Attracta.'
Tarasius, St., Feb. 25.
Tarentum, titular of the cathedral
there, 298.

Tarik, the Saracen, 495.
Tarleton, Richard, 219; Sept. 3.
Tarquinius Priscus, 5th King of
Rome, 225, 249, 415, 599.
Tarquinius Superbus, 7th King of
Rome, 129, 139, 249, 263 (ex-
pelled B. C. 508), Feb. 24 [Vet.
Kal. May 24].
Tarragona, captured, 437.
Tarsin, 485.

Tartini, Joseph, Feb. 26.
Tarutius, 269.

Tasman, Abel Jansen, 397, 813.
TASSO, Torquato, March 11, April

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Tatto, see St. Tanco.'
TAURUS, the sign, April 20.
Tavannes, General de, June 29.
Taxila, Alexander's station, 665.
Taylor, Dr. Rowland, Feb. 9.
Taylor, Dr. Jeremy, August 13.
Taylor, Silas, Nov. 4.

Taylor, Dr. Brook, Aug. 28, Dec.
29.

Taylor, Dr. John, March 5.
Taylor, Dr. John, April 4.
Tchamtchian, Michael, Nov. 30.
Tea, a rational beverage, first brought

to Europe by the Dutch in 1591;
thence to England by Lords Ar-
lington and Ossory, 1666; men-
tioned in 1660 (641); green-tea
first used, 1715:-Coffee, intro-
duced into England, at Oxford,
by a Cretan, 1641; at the Angel-
tavern there, 1650; in London,
at a Greek restaurateur, 1652.
"Tears of the Muses," 853.
Tecla, St. Abbess, Oct. 15.
Tegyra, the oracle there, 277.
Teleclides, dramatist, 849.
Telemachus, see St. Almachus.
Telesilla, the poetess, 623.
Telesphorus, St. Pope, Jan. 5.
Tell, William (died 1354), estab-
lished the Swiss independence
[1 Jan. 1308], 755.
Tellier, Michael le, April 29, Oct.

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sephus, diuturnal with the '
'gene-
ration' of Adam, the deluge,'
and the exodus;' but accord-
ing to the Scriptures [11 Jiar],
April 21, B. C. 1012: dedi-
cated' on the feast of Tabernacles
[VII-XXII Tisri], during 14
days, B. C. 1004 [2 Chron. c.
5, 6, 7]:-' burned' by Nebu-
chadnezzar [VII (or) x Ab.],
July 28-31, B. C. 588; pp.207,
643, 715, 807: second Temple
by Zorobabel (a type of the
'Messiah') and Joshua, founded
2nd of Cyrus [1 Jiar], B. C.
535; renewed 2nd of Darius
[XXIV Sivan], B. C. 519; com-
pleted [III Adar], B. C. 513;
consecrated [XXIII Adar], B.C.
512; see dedicatory Song,'
Psalm XCVI [pp. 119, 345]:
prophaned by Antiochus, and
purified by Judas Maccabæus
[XXV Casleu]; and dedicated
[VII Jiar], (221,771); captured
by Pompey [XXIII Sivan], June
12 (pp. 341, 771); plundered
by Crassus, 763; Herod began
its restoration, B.C. 16, com-
pleted A. D. 30; the prodigy,
March 9 [29]; burned by Titus
[x Ab.], 467, 855.
Temple to Public Fortune (called

Primigenia), dedicated on the
Quirinal Hill, April 5, B.C. 194.
Temple, London, founded by the
Knights, 1185; church founded,
1285; re-built, 1240; the bar
built, 1672; day there, Nov. 17.
Temple, Sir William, 65, 831.
Temple, John, April 11.
Templehof, George Fred., July 13.
Templeman, Dr. Peter, March 17,
Sept. 23.

Temptation of Christ of 40 days
expired, Feb. 2.

Tenison, Archbishop, Sept. 29,
Dec. 14.

Tennant, Smithson, Nov. 30, Feb.

22.

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tention in honor of the 'Sun'
and his nurses the Hours,' 221
[April 30, May 1], see 'Pya-
nepsia.'

Thassus, battle of, 223.
Thaumas, 803.

Thea, St., July 25.

Theatres, exhibiting, 249, 418,459,
465, see Thespis.'

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TERPSICHORE, the muse, 587; Theau, see St. Thillo.

Oct. 9.

Terrasson, Matthew, Aug. 13, Sept.
30.

Terrasson, Antoine, Oct. 30.

Terray, Joseph, Feb. 18.

Tertius, the disciple, 741.

Tertius, St., Dec. 6.

Tertulla, wife to Cassius, 429.
Tertullian, 267.

Teschen, treaty of, confirming the
peace of Westphalia ['Hempe'],
May 13.

Tetens, John Nicholas, Aug. 19.
Teucer, 565.

Teutates, see Mercury.'
Tewkesbury, battle of, 287.
Texel, battle at the, 515, 575;
storm there, 661.
Thais, St., October 8.
Thalassius, St., Feb. 22.
Thales, dignified, B. C. 585, with
the epithet of wise,' 465, 651;
June 21.

THALIA, the muse, 809, 819, 857;
Dec. 9.

Thalia, the nymph, 519.
Thalusia, an oblation and thanks-
giving at Athens to Bacchus and
Ceres, 521; Nov. 13.
Thalilæus, St., Feb. 27.
Thames, fairs upon the frozen river,
Feb. 3; junction with the Se-
vern, Nov. 19.
Thamus, the pilot, 115.
Thanet, Nicholas, Earl of, July 1.
Thanksgiving, at the Restoration,'

353; for the late peace, 461.
Tharba, St., April 22.
Thargelia, Athenian Summer feast

of first-fruits and a musical con-

Theban year of Egypt, 469; of
Greece, 855.

Thebes, destroyed, 643; Aug. 19.
Thecla, St. Disciple, Sept. 23.
Theliau, St., Feb. 9.

Thelusson, Peter, July 21, see
Rendlesham.

Themis, see Carmenta.'
Themiste, the nymph, 519.
Theobald, St. of Brie, July 1.
Theobald, St. Abbot, July 8..
Theobald, Archbishop, April 18.
Theocritus, the poet, 357, 819.
Theodectes, dramatist, 851.
Theodemir, of Murcia, 217.
Theodora, Empress, June 11.
Theodora, St., April 28.
Theodora, Empress, St., Feb. 11.
Theodore of Tarsus, St., Sept. 19.
Theodore, King of Corsica, Dec. 11.
Theodoret, St., Oct. 23.
Theodoric the Great, 649; Aug. 30.
Theodorus, St. martyr, Feb. 7.
Theodorus Tyro, St., Nov. 9.
Theodorus, St. of Tabenna, Dec. 28.
Theodorus, St. Bishop, April 22.
Theodorus, St. the Studite, Nov.
11, 22.

Theodorus Grapt, St., Dec. 27.
Theodosia, St., April 2.
THEODOSIUS, Emperor, 27, 125,

139, 183, 439, 567, 603, 661,
773, 855 (born at Cauca in Gal-
licia, A.D. 335); invested with
the Eastern empire, Jan. 19;
baptized in the Trinitarian faith
[Feb. 28, 380]; abolished the
pagan religion, 390; his death,
and division of the empire, Jan.
17-18, see Valens.'

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Theodota, St., Sept. 29.
Theodotus, St., May 18.

Theodulus, Sts., May 3, Feb. 17.
Theognetus, dramatist, 849.
Theognis, dramatist, 851.
Theonas, St, Aug. 23.
Theonilla, St., Aug. 23.
Theophanes, historian, 555.
Theophanes, St., March 13.

Theophanes, Prokopovitch, June 9.
Theophilus, dramatist, 849.
Theophilus of Antioch, 469.
Theophilus, St., Dec. 6.
Theopompus, dramatist, 849.
Theophrastus (banished B.C.305),
743.

THERESA, Saint, Foundress, March
28, October 4, 15.
Thermes, Paul de, May 6.
Thermopyla, battle of, 381; Au-
gust 7.

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Thibault VI. of Navarre, July 10.
Thicknesse, George, Master of St.
Paul's School' (founded in
1510), 47.

Thierri, St. Abbot, July 1.
Thierry, King of Austrasia, 780.
Thiers, John Baptist, Doctor of
the Sorbonne, Feb. 28.
Thillo (or Tilman), St., Jan. 7.
Thirlstane, John Maitland, Lord,
Oct. 4.

Thirlby, Dr. Styan, Dec. 19.
Thistle, order of the, 733.
Thodeschini, see' Pius III.'
THOMAS, Saint, eminently the faith-
ful,' father of the christians at
Malabar (his remains found in
1522, and removed to Goa), on
the Terminalia, September 21.
Thomas, St. (Becket) of Canter-
bury, 463 [July 11]; Dec. 21,

29.

Thomas of Shaftesbury, 103.
Thomas, St. Bishop, Oct. 2.
Thomas, St. of Aquino, March 7.
Thomas, St. of Villanova, Sept. 18.
Thomas, William, May 18.
Thomas, Bishop, Feb. 2, June 25.
Ra-Thomas, Elizabeth, Feb. 3.

THESEUS, son of Egeus (or Nep-
tune) and thra, 113, 293,
399, 559, 645, 671, 675; arrives
at Athens from Træzene [VIII.
Hecatombæan], July 15; em-
barks against the Mino-taur [v1.
Munychion], April 13; returns
from Crete with Ariadne' [her
day at Cyprus II Mæmacterion,
Sept. 9] on the festival of
malia' [VIII. Pyanepsion] Octo-
ber [8] 15; battle with the Ama-
zons on the Boedromia' [XXVI
Boedromion], October 2; con-
quest and league, October 7; see
Union of Attica.'
Thesmophoria, matronal festivals in
honour of Ceres the divinity, of
four days [with three days of pre-
paration], Sept. 14-24 [xiv. Pya-
nepsion], October (19) 21-24.
Thespis, the tragedian, 851.
Thetis, the nymph, 519.

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Thomas, Dr. William, Julų 26.
Thomas, Anthony, Sept. 17.
Thompson, Sir Benjamin, Aug. 19.
Thomson, James, 515; Sept. 11
[21], August 27 [Sept. 7].
Thomson, Dr. Wm., March 16.
Thor (Juul) the Jupiter of the

Greeks and Romans, 679.
Thoresby, Ralph, Aug. 16, Oct. 16.
Thornhill, Sir James, May 4.
Thornton, Bonnel, May 9.
Thornton, John, Nov. 7.

Thorpe, John, August 2.

Thoth (Deus), or Uchoreus, the
father of letters, and the first
establisher of laws, 837, see
'Mercury'

Thouin, Andrew, Oct. 27.
Thoynard, Nicholas, Jan. 5.
Thrale, Henry, April 3.
Thrasilla, St., Dec. 24.
Thrasybulus, 549.
Thrasymene, battle of, 421.
Throckmorton, Sir Nicholas, 61;
Feb. 12.

Thuanus (De Thou), Jacob Au-
gustus, Oct. 9, May 7.
Thucydides, 293, 391, 529, 549,
579, 615, 683, 801.
Thuillar, Vincent, Jan. 12.
Thunder-stone, fell, 735.
THURSDAY, the fifth day (wisdom),
October 12.

Thursday, Holy, May 14.
Thury, Cæsar de, Sept. 4, see Cas-

sini.'

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Thurloe, John, June 1, Feb. 21.
Thurlow, Edward, Baron (of Ash-
field), Sept. 12.
Thyard, the poet, 357.
Thyrsus, St., Jan. 28.
Tibba, St., March 6.

Tiberius I. Emperor (213), 522,

563, 583, 623, 751; Nov. 16,
March 16.

Tiberius II. Emperor, August 13.
Tibullus, A. A., 532, 641; April

15.

Tiburtius, Sts., April 14, August

11.

Tickell, Richard, Nov. 4.
Tielke, John Gottlieb, Nov. 6.
Tigernach, St. Bishop, April 5.
Tighe, Mary, March 24.
Tigranes, of Armenia, 667.
Tilberht, see St. Alchmund.
Tilbury, Horace, Baron, May 2.
Tillemans, Peter, Dec. 5.
Tilloch, Alexander, Jan. 26.
Tillotson, Archbishop, Sept. 29,
Nov. 25.

Tilly, John, Count de, 581; April
30.

Tilman, see St. Thillo.
Tilsit, the treaty of, 427.
Times, the newspaper [Nos. 14,791],
the first paper pressed by steam,
Nov. 29.

Timæus, 615.
Timocharis, 641.

Timocles, dramatist, 849.
Timoleon, of Syracuse, 527; de-
feats the Carthaginians, 257,
817; [May 20] Dec. 15.
Timotheus, of Miletus, 543, 849.
Timothy, the disciple, Jan. 22, 24.
Timothy, St. (with others), Au-
gust 19.

Timothy, St. of Rome, Aug. 22.
Timour, see Tamerlane.

Tindal, Dr. Matthew, 539; Au-
gust 16.

Tindal, Nicholas, June 27.
Tindal, William, Sept. 16.
Tippo Saheb, Sultan of Mysore,
281, 425, 448.

Tischbein, John Henry, Aug. 22.
Tischbein, John Fred., June 21.
Tissaphernes, the officer, 801.
Tissot, Simon Andrew, July 13.
Tissot, Clement Joseph, June 30.
Tithe-lands, first granted in Eng-
land for the preservation of the
'fold,' 843.

Titon de Tillet, 847; Dec. 26.
Titus, Flavius Vespasianus Augus-
tus, Emperor [the friend of Bri-
tannicus,' born Feb. 12, A. D.
41], 353, 423, 491, 541, 593,
603, 709; Dec. 30 [A.D, 41],
Sept. 13 [A.D. 82].
Titus, St. disciple, Jun. 4.
Titus Andronicus,' the play, 85.
Tlepolemia, Rhodian games, 499
[Aug. 24].

Toaldo, Joseph, Nov. 11.
TOBACCO, the Indian weed,' first
discovered in St. Domingo, 1496;
introduced into France by Nicot,
1560; by Raleigh's colony into
England and Ireland, 507.
Tochumna, Sts. virgins of Ireland,
June 11.

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