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jous, elegant, anatensive learn! || RAMILLA, daug
much admired poentirof Portugal, from his
2. Mary Ann Cupi de, a celebrow
d Owen, an elegan I CAMPANO, Novartise in the 13th century:
vernor of Maryland, in 1720, and afterwards of Queen Elizabeth; and he died Noveinber 9, held other offices in the colony.
1623. A historical lecture was fougded by him CALVERT, Frederick, Lord Baltimore, pro-at Oxford ; and, by foreigners, he has been styled prietor of Maryland, was distinguished as a inanlithe Pausanias of England. of learning, and an author; he died in 1771. CAMDEN, Lord. See PRATT.
CALVI, Lazaro, a famous painter, of Genoa, I CAMERARIUS, Joachimus, an exceedingly in the 16th century
I learned German, born in 1500. Vosius calls him CALVIN, John, one of the chief reformers l' The Phenix of Germany." He died in 1575. of the church, in the 16th century, born at No-|| CAMERARIUS, Joachin, a German, devoted yon, in Picardy, July 10, 1509, died May 27, l to the study of medicine, botany, &c., died in 1564. He was a man whom God had endowed il 1598. with very eminent talents; a clear understand il CAMERON, John, a Scotchman, professor of ing, a solid judgment, aud a happy memory: Greek at Glasgow; he was considered favoura he was a judicious, elegant, and indefatigableible to the catholics in his writings, and died in writer, and possessed of very extensive learn- || 1025. ing, and a great zeal for truth. His extreme ri- CAMILLA, daughter of king Metabus, celegour, however, procured him many enemies.brated by Virgil for her valour. Indeed, it very ili became a reformer to defend | CAMILLUS, Marcus Fucius, an illustrious (as he did the burning of heretics.
Roman, banished on suspicion of peculation, CALVISIUS, Sethus, a German, distinguish- lidied 365 B. C. ed as a chronologer, born in 1559.
Il CAMOENS, Lewis, a celebrated Portuguese CALZA, Antonio, a painter, in the 17th cen-l poet, called the Virgil of Portugal, from his tury, pupil to Cario Ciguani.
CAMARGO, Mary Ann Cupi de, a celebrated quest of the Indies by the Portuguese,'' was born stage dancer, who exhibited at Brussels and Pa-jat Lisbon, in 1527, and died in 1579, to the eterris, died in 1770.
linal reproach of his countrymen, miserably poor CAMASSEI, or CAMACE, Andrew, an Ita- land unregarded. His poem was, a few years lian painter, who studied under the Sacchies, since, admirably translated into English by W died in 1657.
J. Mickle, Esq. CAMBACERES, N., an eloquent preacher, CAMPANELLA, Thomas, an Italian phimade archbishop of Rouen, died in 1808. losopher, of great eminence, who was perse
CAMBAT, a French musician, who first in-cuted by rivals, and put to the torture, but was troduced operas into France, died in 1677. llrescued by Richelieu, died in 1639.
CAMBIS-VELLERON, Joseph Lewis Domi- CAMPANO, John Antonio, a poor shepherd, nic, marquis de, a French noblemany born in who afterwards became a professor at Perugia, 1706, distinguislied for his writings.
jland a bishon, wrote the life of Braccio, aud died CAMBRIDGE, Richard Owen, an elegantin 1477. English poet, critic, and miscellaneous writer, Il CAMPANO, Novarese, an Italian, author of was born in London, in 1717, and educated ati commentaries on Euclid, in the 13th century. Eton school; whence he removed to St. John's CAMPBELL, Jolin, first minister of Oxford College, Oxford. His poetical works are nu- Massachusetts, died in 1761. merous; but the most celebrated of them is all CAMPBELL, Lord William, governor of mock-heroic poem, called "The Scribleriad," the province of South Carolina, was mortally in six books; the object of which is, to expose wounded in an attack on Sullivan's Island, in to ridicule false taste and false science: it is a 1776. masterly piece of humour, and should be read CAMPBELL, Archibald, an Englishman, be: as much for instruction as amusement. He also |headed as a traitor, at Edinburgh), in 1661. wrote 22 papers in that well-known periodicall| CAMPBELL, Archibald, son of the preceding collection of essays, called "The World," and was condemned for seditious measures, and be died September 17, 1802. In 1803, a complete headed in 1685. collection of his works was published by his son, CAMPBELL, George, D. D., professor of in one volume 4to., and very well received. ||Church History at St. Andrews, published seve
CAMBYSES, king of Persia, after Cyrus; hellral works, and died in 1757 was cruel and vindictive; 529 B. C.
CAMPBELL, Dr. John, an eminent historiCAMDEN, William, one of the most illus-cal, biographical, and political writer, born ak trious men of his age, born at London, May 2, Edinburgh, March 8, 1707-8. Among many otha 1551. The work which has immortalized his works, he was either sole author of, or princi name, is his “Britannia ;" being "A History of pally concerned in, the following: "The Milio the ancient Inhabitants of Britain, their Origin, litary History of Prince Eugene and the Duke of Manners, and Laws," which appeared in 1586, Marlborough :" "Ancient Universal History, in Latin. In 1593, he succeeded Dr. Edward || Lives of the English Admirals;" “ Hermippu Grant, as head master of Westminster school ; // Redivivus; or, the Sage's Triumph over Old and in 1597, published a new Greek Grammar, | Age and the Grave;" "Voyages and Travels, entitled “Grammatices Græcæ Institutio com-112 vols. folio ; " Biographia Britannica," (IG pendiaria, in usum Regiæ Scholæ Westmonas- which work his papers may be known by the teriensis," which was received in all the public initials E. and X. ;)" The Preceptor;" "Pre schools of England; and its author was, thellsent State of Europe;" " The Modern Univer same year, promoted to be Clerencieux king at sal History;" and“ A Political Survey of Bri arms. In 1604, he published his “ Remains of stain." Dr. Campbell died December 28, 1775. a greater work concerning Britain, the Inhabit-ll CAMPBELL, Dr. George, an eminent divine ants thereof, their Languages, Names, Sur-lland theological writer, of Scotland, principal names, Empresses, wise Speeches, Poesies, and and professor of divinity in the Marischal Coi Epitaphes." This was a collection of things lege and University of Aberdeen, born in 1719, which had been communicated to him while he died April 6, 1796, leaving several valuable was gathering materials for his " Britannia." || works; the chief of which are, " A Dissertation In 1615, Camden published, in Latin, his Annalsllon Miracles," " Philosophy of Rhetoric," and
terenies of England : and its authieux king at sal History Campbell died December 2; divine
a greater work he published his " Remaing at sa! History;","angle. The Modern Univer
thor of dissertations on medals: ad humane sul
ved Nord "A New Translation of the Four Gospels from|| CANISIUS, Henry, professor of canon law at fundit te Greek, with Preliminary Dissertations and Ingolstadt, an author of eminence, died in 1609. e das Notes," &c. published in 1789.
CANITZ, baroni of, a popular poet and statesCAMPBELL, Colin, a Scotch architect, au-man of Germany, died in 1699.
thor of " Vitruvius Britannicus,” in 3 vols., CANN, John, an Englishman, author of a an is died in 1734.
Bible, with margival notes.
duke of Greenwich, a distinguished military ||who, in a fit of insaniiy, attacked king Ferdithe character in the time of George I., died in pand, and nearly killed him; he was strangled in
1492. CAMPBELL, Archibald, a learned bishop of CANO, Alonzo, a native of Grenada, eminent 1. Mi Aberdeen, author of several celebrated works, | as a painter, sculptor and architect, died in 676. died in 1744.
1 CANO, or CANUS, Melchior, a native of ToCAMPEGGIO, Lorenzo, a Roman cardinal, lledo, bishop of the Canaries; died 1560. Sent to England to settle the affairs of Catha- CANOVA, Antonio, the most eminent sculprine's divorce, died at Rome, in 1539.
lltor of the age, died at Venice, in 1822. His CAMPER, Peter, a celebrated physician and statues are owned by the rich and noble throughonio paturalist, of Leyden, author of 6 vols. 8vo. onllout Europe, and are highly valued: one, of WashFAST philosophy and natural history, died in 1789, lington, is at Raleigh, N. C.
I CAMPHUYSEN, Dirk, a painter, of Dorcum, CANTACUZENUS, Johannes, a celebrated ceninent in landscape pieces, born in 1386. Byzantine historian, much esteemed as the alie CAMPI, Bernardin, an Italian painter, of llauthor of a “History of 's Own Times." in eminence, died in 1584.
four books. Besides thig o'ntury, he wrote also 15 CAMPI, Galeazzo, an Italian painter, whollsome theological works; particularly " An Apoas excelled in miniatures and history, died in 1536.] logy for the Christian Religion against that of
CAMPIAN, Edmund, a learned English writer,||Mahomet," in four books. He died 1411, aged
who became a Roman Catholic, and was hanged above 100 years. Na for aiding the cause of the pope, in 1581.
CANTARINI, Simon, a painter, pupil and CAMPISTRON, Jean Galbert, a distinguished||friend of Guido, died in 1648. French dramatic writer, died in 1723.
CANTEL, Peter Joseph, a Jesuit of Caux, CAMPO, Antonio, an Italian historian, of eminent as an autlior, died in 1579. eminence, in 1585.
CANTEMIR, Demetrius, born in Tartary, CAMPRA, Andrew, of Aix, greatly admired 1673 ; died 1723. He was author of some confor his musical compositions, died in 1744.
siderable works. 1. "A History of the Rise CAMPS, Francois de, a native of Amiens, au-lland Fall of the Ottoman Empire," in Latin 2.
The system of the Mahometan Religion." 3. CAMPSON, Gauri, an able and humane sul-||" The present state of Moldavia,'' in Latin, with wafan of Egypt, slain in battle with the Turks, inlja large map of the countyy. 1516.
I CANTEMIR, Antiochus, son of the above : CAMUS, John Peter, a French prelate, and born at Petersburg, 1710 ; died 1744. The Rug. eloquent preacher, author of several pious ro-l|sians before him had nothing but some barbamances, died in 1652.
rous songs; he was the first who introduced any I CAMUS, Stephen la, an exemplary doctor of civilized poetry among them. Besides a transthe Sorbonne, and bishop of Grenoble, died in lation of Anacreon, and the Epistles of Horace. 1707.
lhe gave them, of his own, Satires, Odes, and et CAMUS, Antoine le, a physician, and author|Fables. He also niade several foreign works
of several medical works, died at Paris, in 1772. lknown to them; as, l. "The Plurality of
CAMUS. Charles Stephen Lewis, a learned Worlds;" 2." The Persian Letters :)) 3. The Dl French mathematician, died in 1768.
Dialogues of Algarotti upon Light," &c. CAMUSAT, Nicholas, a learned French au- CANTERUS, William, a distinguished linthat, of Troyes, died in 1655.
Iguist of Utrecht, who wrote several philological CANANI, John Baptist, a native of Ferrara, Iworks; he died in 1575. , professor of medicine, said to have discovered | CANTON, John, an ingenious and very the valves of the veins, died in 1590.
leminent English natural philosopher, born az *. VANAYE, Pbilip, sieur du Fresne, an am- Stroud, Gloucestershire. 1718. died 1729
Dassador of Henry TV of France. died in 1610. CANTWELL, Andrew, an eminent practi.
CANDAULES, king of Lydia, murdered by tioner and writer on medicine, of Tipperary,
died in 1764.
also sovereign of England; he died in 1026. CANDITO. Peter, a historical painter, of Bru- CANUTE, or KNUD, surnamed the Great. tos, 1548.
king of Denmark, took part of England from MECANEAU, O CANGHAU. an Indian philoso-lEdmund Ironsides, and afterwards seized the ples, plıysician, and astronomer.
whole kingdom; he died in 1035. CANER, Henry, D. D., minister of King's! CANUTE, IV., king of Denmark, a liberal Chapel, Boston: he published some sermons,l benefactor to the church, slain by one of his and died in England, in 1792.
'l subjects, in 1087. CANGE, Charles du, a celebrated French his-| CANUTI, Dominico, a self-tanght Italian Wilan, critic, and antiquary, born in 1610, died painter of eminence, died in 1678. is 1188
CAPACCIO, Julio Cæsare, author of a history CANGIAGO, or CAMBISI. Lewis, a cele-Hof Naples, and was tutor to prince Urbano; he
I died in 1631. brated painter, of Genoa, died in 1585.
CANINI, Angelo, a learned Italian linguistil CAPASSO, Nicholas, of Naples, professor of and author, died in 1557
Ucivil law, and a poet; he died in 1743
large may of the counthus, son of the above;
veral pious t
rous songs; be vamong them. Besides a craice.
CAPECIO, Scipio, a Neapolitan Latin poet secretary to pope Martin V., bishop and cardi and law professor at Naples, in the 16th century. || nal; died in 1458.
CAPEL, Arthur, lord, a virtuous nobleman, I CAPRIATA, Peter John, a Genoese, author whose attachment to the cause of Charles I. lof a history of Italy, from 1613 to 1660. proved his ruin; he was beheaded in 1648.
CARACALLA, Marcus Aurel Antonin, a CAPEL, Arthur, earl of Essex, ambassadors|cruel Roman emperor; assassinated in 217. to Denmark, &c. murdered by some one un-|| CARACCI, Lewis, Augustine, and Hannibal, known.
celebrated painters of the Lombard school, and CAPELL, Edward, a gentlemen known as an all of Bologna, in Italy, flourished in the 16th editor of Shakspeare's works, in 10 vols. 8vo., Il century. Had the Caracci had no reputation of and the author of three large volumes, in 4to. their own, yet the merit of their disciples, in the under the title of “ Notes and varions readings academy which they founded, would have ren of Shakspeare; together with the school of lidered their name illustrious in succeeding times: Shakspeare, or extracts from divers Euglish | among these were Guido, Dominichino, Lanbooks ihat were in print in the author's time ;l|franco, &c. evidentiy showing from whence his severall CARRACCIO, Anthony, a Roman nobleman Fables were taken, and some parcel of his dia of the 17th century, author of some tragedies, logue,"' &c. Besides the works already men- and an ad: ired epic poem in 40 cantos. tioned, Mr. Capell was the editor of a volumell CARACCIOLI, John, secretary and favourite of ancient poems called "Prolusions ;" and the of Joan II., queen of Naples. alterer of "Antony and Cleopatra," as acted at CARACCIOLI, Robert, a noble ecclesiastic, Drury Lane, in 1758. He was born at Troston, | bishop of Aquino, eloquent as a preacher and a near Bury, in Suffolk, June 11, 1713, and died politician ; le died in 1495. Feb. 24. 1781.
CARACCIOLI, Lewis Anthony a native of CAPELLA, Marcianus Minius Felix, a Latin Paris, of a noble family, author of 4 vols. of leta poet of the 5th century.
ters, pretended to be the correspor lence of GanCAPELLO, Bianca, a Venetian lady, an adul-ganelli, pope Clement XIV. tress, mistress, and afterwards wite or Francis,l! CARACTACUS, a famous king of the anthe grand duke of Cosmo's son, she was poison-cient Britons, called Silures, (inhabiting South ed by her brother-in-law, in 1587.
Wales.) Having valiantly defended his country, CAPELLUS, Lewis, an eminent French pro-l against the Romans for seven years, he was testant and learned divine, born at Sedan, al at length defeated, and, flying to Cartismundi, town in Champagne, about 1579. He was soll queen of the Briganti, (inhabitants of Yorkvery deeply skilled in the Hebrew, that the shire) was by her treacherously delivered up to learned bishop Hail cails him the great oracle the Romans, and led in triumph to the emperor of all that studied Hebrew in France. His priu Claudins, then at York; where his noble bebacipal work is “Critica Sacra," a collection of viour, and heroic, but pathetic speech, obtained various readings and errors, which he thought him not only his liberty, but the esteem of the were crept into the copies of the Bible through temperor, A. D. 52. the fault of the transcribers; it must have been,ll CARADOG, a British historian, who wrote a however, a work of prodigious labour, since the history of Wales, died in 1156. author acknowledges that he had been 36 years| CARAFI, a Mahometan doctor, author of a about it. Capellus died 1658.
| defence of Mahomet, died in 684 of the hegira. CAPILURUS, Camillus, an Italian writer, ll CARAMUEL DE LOBKOVITSH, John, a who published the stratagems of Charles IV. native of Madrid, bishop; afterwards a general, against the Hugonots.
and then again a monk. He was possessed of CAPILUPUS, Lælius, brother of the preced-llgreat powers, and died in 1682. ing, author of some Latin poems, died in 1560. IT CARAVAGIO, Michael Angelo Amerigida,
CAPISTRAN, John, a famous preacher in the an Italian painter, distinguished for his adherRomish Church, and persecutor of the Hussites, lance to nature; he died in 1609. died about 1356.
CARAUSIUS, a native of Flanders, who, exCAPISUCCHI, Blasius, distinguished him-citing the jealousy of Maximian, fled to Bri self at the siege of Poictiers against the Hugo-tain, and proclaimed himself emperor: he was nots, in 1569.
assassinated in 293. CAPISUCCHI, Paul, a canon of the Vatican,l! CARDAN, Jerom, a physician, and one of the and employed by the pope in the celebrated di- most ingenious men of his age, was born at Pa vorce of Henry VIII.; he died in 1539.
via, in 1501. He speaks in his writings, of hie CAPITO, Wolfgang, a German protestant di-lown good and bad qualities with a frankness vine, author of a Hebrew grammar, died in 1542. that shows a mind of a very peculiar cast; and
CAPITOLINUS, Julius, a Latin historian in believes himself under the care of a particular the 3d century.
Ilgenius. He wrote a very great number of books, CAPMANY, Don Antonio de, an eminentland died in 1575. Spanish writer, born in Catalonia, and died at CARDI, Ludovici, an admired painter, of Ilan Madrid, in 1810.
CARDONNE, Dionis Dominic de, a Frenchvernor of Atri, and author of some comedies;/man, keeper of the MSS. in the royal library he died in 1601.
7 Paris, died in 1783. CAPPE, Newcome, a dissenting minister, edu-1) CAREW, George, earl of Totness, born i cated by Doddridge, and author of works on di-l Devonshire, in 1557, and died 1629. He wrote: vinity; he died at York, in 1801.
lja work entitled “Pacata Hibernia, or the Distr | tory of the late Wars in Ireland." Besides this
work, he collected several chronologies, chard CAPPERONIER, Claude, a Frenchman, at ters, letters, monuments, and materials belonger first a tanner, but became a professor of Greek, ing to Ireland, in four large manuscript volumes in the university of Basil; he died in 1744. which are still extant in the Bodleian library all! CAPRANICĂ, Nicholas, a learned Italian,Joxford.
oca to nature; he died in 1609.
CAPISUCCHI, Blasins www.
ly, died in 1613. Vici, an admired painter, of Ita
ALI, Cæsar, an Italian writor
eminent as a
pernardo, a native of Venica la work entitled .. and died 1629. Hom!
the onse Newport, and several other young lsynod of Dort. He dieuord Dorchester, a
VALUW, Triomas, one of the most celebra-1 CARUBERT, or CHARIBERT, a licentious
ted wits of king Charles' court. He was much king of Paris, died in 567. Genoege, respected by the poets of his time, particularly il CARINUS, Marcus Aurelius, was invested
Ben Jonson, and Sir William Davenant, and by his father, the emperor Carus, with the pururel Amer died about 1639; lcaving behind him several ple, and killed three years after.
poems, and a masque, called “Cælium Britanni- ||CARLETON, Sir Dudley, an English statesand Bucum," performed at Whitehall,on Shrove Tues-man and political writer, born at Baldwin Card schon day night, Feb. 18, 1633, by the king's majesty, / Brightwell, in Oxfordshire, in 1573, died 1631
in the the duke of Lenox, the earls of Devonshire. |CARLETON, George, a native of Northumvirepi Holland, Newport, and several other young berland, bishop of Landaff, and member of the
lords, and noblemen's sons.
CAREW, Richard, author of the "Survey of | CARLETON, Guy, Lord Dorchester, a disWednes Comwall," was born in that county, in 1555.tinguished British officer, in America, successor
His" Survey was published in 4to, at London, Jito Sir Henry Clinton, in 1782; he died in Engin 1602. Of this work, Camden has spoken inland, in 1808.
high terms, and acknowledges his obligations!! CARLINI, Agostino, R. A., an eminent stamers to the author. He died Nov. 6, 1620.
tuary, and keeper of the royal academy of LonCAREW, Sir George, brother to the subject||don. He was a native of Genoa; went early all of the last article, was, from 1597, to 1609, em-lin life to England ; and was an artist of great
ployed on embassies from the British court, to celebrity, for the skill and grace with which he pedese those of Poland and France: on his return fromlexecuted drapery. Died Aug. 14, 1790 Daelem which latter place, in 1609, he drew up, and ad- CARLOMAN, eldest son of Charles Martel.
dressed to James I., " A Relation of the Statellsucceeded him in the kingdom of Austrasia, in Audiof France; with the characters of Henry IV., 1741.--Another, the son of Lewis the German,
and the principal Persons of that Court." king of Italy, and emperor.-Another, brother OR CAREW, BAMFYLDE MOORE, was the lof Lewis III., and sole king of France, in 882,
son of a clergyman, at Bickley, in Devonshire, ll died in 884. of the land was himself intended for the church; but,ll CARLONE, John, a Genoese painter, who
at the age of fifteen, embraced the gipsey's va-l excelled in the art of foreshortening, died in 1630. grant life; und, by his ingenuity and dexterity || | CARLOS, Don, son of Philip, king of Spain, in raising supplies for his brotherhood, by beg-deformed in his person, and violent in his tem
ging under various deceptions, so ingratiated iper; he was condemned to death for exciting an S umself with them, that they elected him their linsurrection, in 1568. was king. He was born in July, 1693, and is sup CARLYLE, Joseph Dacre, vicar of Newcasposed to have died about 1770.
tle, and professor of Arabic, at Cambridge, disCAREW, Sir Alexander, a Cornish gentle-tinguished himself greatly by his proficiency in hitman, governor of St. Nicholas' island and fort|| Oriental literature, and died at his vicarage, 2008. Plymouth; he was beheaded in 1644, for his April 12, 1804, aged 45. disloyalty.
| CARMATH, an impostor, who, in 891, oppoCAREY, Harry, a man distinguished by both | sed the doctrines of Mahoinet, and advanced
poetry and music; but perhaps more so by allothers equally unscriptural. amples in certain facetiousness, which made him agreea-|| CARMICHAEL, Gerrhom, a native of Glasheges Die to every body. He wrote " The Contrivan-Igow, professor of moral philosophy, died in 1738. B e,' a farce;" Chrononhotonthologos," al CARMICHAEL, Frederic, son of the pre
a mock tragedy; " The Honest Yorkshireman,"lceding, settled as a clergyman at Edinburgh. He ail, a lance; "The Dragon of Wantley," and after-l published a volume of sermons which were adwards a sequel to it, entitled “The Dragoness;" linired, and died in 1751.
which were esteemed true burlesques uponI CARNEADES, a celebrated Greek philosowow We Italian opera. He was at length reduced to pher. His death is placed in the fourth year of
circumstances of distress; and, about 1744, in a the 1620 Olympiad. Plutarch has preserved the Hot desperation, laid violent hands upon him-Ilfollowing apothegm of Carneades: “Princes
sent, and put a period to a life which had been learn nothing well but riding; for their masters "SEO Without reproach. It is to be noted, and it fratter them, and those who wrestle with them.
Somewhat singular in such a character, that suffer themselves to be thrown; but a horse con
wall 13 songs and poems on wine, love, and siders not whether a private man or a prince, a OBCA kinds of subjects, which are very numerous, I poor man or a rich, be on his back; and if his r e seems to have manifested an inviolable re-rider cannot rule him, he throws him." w ard for decency and good manners. He is said|| CARO, Hannibal, a very celebrated Italian
nave composed the famous English song of poet, and orator, born at Civita Nuova, in 1507. are "God Save the King."
CAREY, George Saville, son of the preceding,Ilanguage,very delicately and faithfully; in short,
Sarden. He was author of a "Lecture on Mi-ll him to have fallen the least short of his original. na wery," which he delivered with good success, I He translated also Aristotle's “ Rhetoric," and swal of several light dramatic performances. 1" Two Orations of Gregory Nazianzen," with
He wrote a comealso published, in 1799, some entertainingla" Discourse of Cyprian." choches of the different watering places of Enu-l dy likewise, which Balzac has spoken well of. 10, and died in his 64th year. July 14, 1807.lland a miscellany of his original poems was
His sonnets have she was a posthuinous child, and inherited thellprinted at Venice, in 1584.
He died in 1566. Escortuules of his father: but he inherited also been deservedly admired.
CAROLAN, - , a most celebrated Irish T ents in a great degree, though they took
direction. He inherited too his moralbard, though blind, born in 1670, died at Alderiles, for though he wrote a vast number or ford, Roscommon, in March, 1738. Carolan, conqosition, they are all intended to awa-llon many occasions, proved himself a truly mupabilc, generous, and amiable emotions. lsical genius. In the beginning of the last cen
the famous English song of He translated Virgil's u and faithfully; in short,
Fren ARRIVA in chese, priel?11. Paris, a
tury, Lord Mayo brought from Dublin a cele. CARRANZA, Bartholomew, archbishop of brated Italian performer. Carolan, who was Toledo. He was accused of beresy, and sent at that time on a visit at his lordship's country- Ito Rome, where he died in 1576. He was a seat, found himself greatly neglected, and com-learned and virtuous man. plained of it, one day, in the presence of Geini- CARRE, Lewis, an able mathematician, meinniani. When you play in as masterly a man-ber of the academy of sciences at Paris, and pu ner as he does," said his lordship," you shall pil of Malebranche, died in 1711. not be overlooked." Carolan wagered with the CARRERA, Peter, a priest of Sicily, author musician, that although he was almost a total of a treatise on chess, in 4to., and of a history of stranger to Italian inusic, yet he would follow Catana, died in 1647. him in any piece that he played; and tbat he!CARRIER, John Baptist, a member of the would himself afterwards play a voluntary, in French national convention, and one of the which the Italian should not follow him. Thellmost atrocious among them. He invented new proposal was acceded to, and Carolan was vic- modes of torturing the innocent inhabitants of torious. That Carolan was as fine a poet as he La Vendee, and came to the guillotine in 1794. was a musician, may be seen in the Gent. Maga- | CARRIER, Thomas, remarkable for longevityzine, Ixxxiv. pt. 2. p. 30.
Ildied at Colchester, Connecticut, in 1735, aged 109 CAROLINE, daughter of John Frederic,l! CARRIERA, Rosa Alba, a Venetian portrait margrave of Brandenburg Anspach, was crown-painter in crayons. She painted the royal faini ed queen of England, in 1727. She is spoken ly at Paris, and was admitted member of the of in high terms, as a woman, and ruler. llacademy of painting there, and died in 1761.
CAROLINE AMELIA ELIZABETH, con- CARRIERES, Lewis de, a catholic pricst, sort of George IV., of England, died August, who published a French commentary on the 1822 Having been separated from her husband Bible, in 24 vols., died in 1717. soon after their marriage, her character was! CARRINGTON, Edward, an officer of the most unjustly traduced, by the friends of the army during the American revolution, who, as king: but two rigid examinations of her con-quarter-master-general under General Greene, duct, if they did not attest her innocence, enti rendered important services to the southern tle her to commiseration, as the object of base army. He was afterwards a representative in and cruel persecution.
congress from Virginia, and died in 1810. CAROL OSTADT, or CARLOSTADIUS, CARROUAGES, an artist, of Pavia, who Andrew Bodenstein, professor of divinity, and made a clock which would strike fire, and light minister, at Basil. He espoused, in the fullesti a lamp. extent, the tenets of Luther, and died in 1541. | CARSTARES, William, a Scotch divine and
CAROTO, John Francis, an Italian painter, il political writer, who has left some valuable who died in 1546.
State Papers" illustrative of Scotch history CAROTO, John, brother and pupil to the pre-|He was born at Cathcart, near Glasgow, in 1649 ceding. Paul Veronese was his pupil.
lland died in 1915. CARPENTER, Nathaniel, dean of Ireland, CARSUGHI, Rainer, a Jesuit, in Tuscanya a man of great learning, particularly in mathe-known as the author of an elegant poem in matics. He wrote on geography and philoso-Latin, on the art of writing weil; he died in 1709. phy, and died in 1635.
II CARTE, Thomas, a very learned English his CARPENTER, Peter, an eminent French torian, born at Clifton, Warwickshire, in 1686 writer, who assisted in the edition of the Glos-His most important works were, “The History sary of Ducange, in 6 vols. folio; he died in 1767. lof the Life of James, duke of Ormond, from bis
CARPENTIER, N. a native of Beauvais, a birth, in 1610, to his death, in 1688," in 3 yols, great calculator and arithmetician. He wrote folio; and a “History of England," in 4 large some treatises on his profession, and died in 1778. folio volumes. Notwithstanding our author's
CARPI, Ugo da, a painter, celebrated for the peculiar opinions and prejudices, bis history : discovery of painting in chiaro-obscuro died in undoubtedly a work of great merit in point of 1500.
linformation. It is written with eminent exacte CARPI, Girolamo, an Italian painter, who ness and diligence, and with a perfect knowledge imitated Corregio's manner with great success, lof original authors. Mr. Carte died in 1754. died in 1556.
' CARTEIL, Christopher, a naval officer, sen! CARPONE, Julio, a Venetian painter, cele- by Queen Elizabeth, in company with Drake brated for his bacchanals, triumphis, and 'sacri- Isto the West Indies, where he displayed great fices, died in 1674. .
licourage and intrepidity; he died in 1592. CARPOCRATES, a heretic of Alexandria,!! CARTER, Francis, F. S. A., author of ". who revived and improved the gnostic theory. Journey from Malaga to Gibraltar," 2 vols. 8voy about 130.
died August 1, 1783. CARPZOVIUS, Benedict, an able professor CARTER, Elizabeth, a venerable ornament of law at Wittemberg, died in 1624. He left to literature, of the female sex, was daughter of four sons, each of them eminent as professors, the Rev. Dr. Nicholas Carter, and born at Deal divines, or writers; and one of these left a son, lin Kent, December 17, 1717, died in London, who was also a man of great learning.
February 19, 1806. Mrs. Carter was an admira CARR, Robert, a Scotchman, raised by James ble Greek and Latin scholar, wrote French and 1. to the title of duke of Somerset. He murdered |Italian with great fluency and elegance, and was Sir Thomas Overbury, and died in 1638. lconversant in the German, Spanish, and Portus
CARR, John, L. L. D., an usher, and after-Iguese. She was author of Nos. 44 and 100 of wards master of the school at Hertford, and||The Rambler, and published a volume of her known as the translator of Lucian, died in 1807. poems about the year 1762, replete with attie
CARRA, John Lewis, a French demagogue, llwit, chaste philosophic fancy, and harmony GT for a time popular with the republicans of Paris. numbers; but the work that established her te His party was proscribed by Robespierre, and lputation as a learned lady was, a complete transhe was hurried to the guillotine in 1793. Hellation from the Greek of the works of “ Epicte. was the author of many works
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