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In 1613, Pieter Nuyts, who was staying in Leiden with the famous Orientalist Erpenius, is known to have met with the Moroccan envoy in the Low Countries Al-Hajari.
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In 1612 ( or 1613 ) Plancius introduced the following eight constellations on a 26. 5-cm celestial globe published in Amsterdam by Pieter van der Keere: Apes the Bee, Camelopardalis the Giraffe ( often interpreted as a Camel ), Cancer Minor the Small Crab, Euphrates Fluvius et Tigris Fluvius the Rivers Euphrates and Tigris, Gallus the Cock, Jordanis Fluvius the River Jordan, Monoceros the Unicorn and Sagitta Australis the Southern Arrow.
In 1624 Bartsch published several star charts, titled Usus astronomicus planisphaerii stellati, which included several new constellations introduced around 1613 by Petrus Plancius on a celestial globe published by Pieter van den Keere.
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In 1613, Virginian raiders captured Port Royale, and in 1621 Acadia was ceded to Scotland's Sir William Alexander who renamed it Nova Scotia.
Born in Boston, Colony of Massachusetts, to David Yale ( 1613 – 1690 ) and Ursula Knight ( 1624 – 1698 ), Yale was the grandson of Ann Lloyd ( 1591 – 1659 ), who after the death of her first husband, Thomas Yale ( 1590 – 1619 ) in Chester, Cheshire, England, married Governor Theophilus Eaton ( 1590 – 1658 ) of New Haven Colony.
In 1613, the Portuguese seized the Mughal ship Rahimi, which had set out from Surat on its way with a large cargo of 100, 000 rupees and Pilgrims, who were on their way to Mecca and Medina in order to attend the annual Hajj.
There is a description of the figure of Oxford in The Revenge of Bussy D ' Ambois, a 1613 play by George Chapman, who has been suggested as the Rival Poet of Shakespeare's Sonnets.
* February 28-In the aftermath of the 1613 – 1614 anti-Jewish pogrom called the Fettmilch Uprising, in Frankfurt, Germany, mob leader Vincenz Fettmilch is beheaded, but the Jews, who had been expelled from the city on August 23, 1614, following the plundering of the Judengasse, can only return as a result of direct intervention by Holy Roman Emperor Matthias.
Two of Paul's sons were printers — Joseph at La Rochelle, and Antoine ( died 1674 ), who became " Printer to the King " in Paris in 1613.
The annulment was granted on 25 September 1613, and Frances Howard married her lover, who had been made 1st Earl of Somerset, on 26 December 1613.
The founding Letters Patent were amended by succeeding monarchs on a number of occasions, such as by James I ( 1613 ) and most notably by Charles I ( who established the Board-then the Provost and seven senior Fellows-and reduced the panel of Visitors in size ) and supplemented as late as the reign of Queen Victoria ( and later still amended by the Oireachtas in 2000 ).
The first European to have seen the Blue Nile in Ethiopia and the river's source was Pedro Paez, a Spanish Jesuit who reached the river's source 21 April 1613.
In 1613 Fribourg became the seat of the Bishop of Lausanne, who, after the Reformation, was forced first into Evian, and then into exile in Burgundy.
A Tupinambá named " Louis Henri " who visited Louis XIII in Paris in 1613, in Claude d ' Abbeville, Histoire de la mission.
Jeremy Taylor ( 15 August 1613 – 13 August 1667 ) was a cleric in the Church of England who achieved fame as an author during the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell.
In 1613, Henry Crout, whilst sailing up Dildo Arm, came in contact with the Beothuks, who were residing on Dildo Island at this time.
Taylor discusses the watermen's disputes with the theater companies ( who moved the theaters from the south bank to the north in 1612, depriving the ferries of traffic ) in The True Cause of the Watermen's Suit Concerning Players ( written in 1613 or 1614 ).
Loftus was returned, along with Sir Francis Rushe, as member for the King's County in the parliament of 1613, more apparently by the act of the sheriff than by the choice of the freeholders, and he was one of the Protestant majority who made Sir John Davies speaker.
The Sermon Preached on the Sunday before the Prince his funerall in St James Chappell before the body ( Oxford, ( 1613 ; see 1613 in literature ): " He, He is dead, who while he lived, was a perpetuall Paradise, every season that he shewd himselfe in a perpetuall spring, eavery exercise wherein he was scene a special felicity: He, He is dead before us [...] Hee, Hee is dead ; that blessed Model of heaven his face is covered till the latter day, whose shining lamps his eyes in whose light there was life to the beholders, they bee ecclipsed untill the sunne give over shining.
Ferrar obtained a position in the retinue of Princess Elizabeth, daughter of James I who married the Elector Frederick V. In April 1613 he left England, not returning until 1618.
Copernicus is mentioned for the first time in Hebrew in the books of David Gans ( 1541 – 1613 ), who worked with Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler.
In summer 1615, however, it emerged that Overbury, who on 15 September 1613 had died in the Tower of London, where he had been placed at the King's request, had been poisoned.
Johan van Oldenbarnevelt ( ), Lord of Berkel en Rodenrijs ( 1600 ), Gunterstein ( 1611 ) and Bakkum ( 1613 ) ( September 14, 1547 – May 13, 1619 ) was a Dutch statesman who played an important role in the Dutch struggle for independence from Spain.
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1613 ), who came to Plymouth in 1637 and was the second president of Harvard.
Ludovic Stuart, second Duke of Lennox ( see Lennox ( district )) ( 1574 – 1624 ), who also held other titles in the peerage of Scotland, was created Earl of Richmond in 1613 and Duke of Richmond in 1623 as a member of the Lennox line ( not unlike King James himself ) in the House of Stuart.
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He was born in Antwerp, where he started his career, but he spent most of it in Middelburg ( 1587 – 1613 ), where he moved with his family because of the threat of religious persecution.
Derry begun in 1613, was the first planned city in Ireland, with the walls being completed five years later.
His book, Opticorum Libri Sex philosophis juxta ac mathematicis utiles ( Six Books of Optics, useful for philosophers and mathematicians alike ), published in Antwerp in 1613, was illustrated by famous painter Peter Paul Rubens.
In 1613, Bacon was finally appointed attorney general, after advising the king to shuffle judicial appointments.
County Londonderry was incorporated in 1613 from the merger of County Coleraine with the barony of Loughinsholin ( in County Tyrone ), the North West Liberties of Londonderry ( in County Donegal ), and the North East Liberties of Coleraine ( in County Antrim ).
He was probably won over to Calvinism during a visit to Heidelberg in 1606, but it was not until 1613 that he publicly took communion according to the Calvinist rite.
Bruce suggests it was " probably authorized by order in council " but no record of the authorization survives " because the Privy Council registers from 1600 to 1613 were destroyed by fire in January 1618 / 19 ".
The book Coleridge was reading before he fell asleep was Purchas, his Pilgrimage, or Relations of the World and Religions Observed in All Ages and Places Discovered, from the Creation to the Present, by the English clergyman and geographer Samuel Purchas, first written in 1613.
Thus, Lenin's practical application of Marxism and working-class urban revolution to the social, political, and economic conditions of the agrarian peasant society that was Tsarist Russia sparked the “ revolutionary nationalism of the poor ” to depose the absolute monarchy of the three-hundred-year Romanov dynasty ( 1613 – 1917 ).
He had since 1613 tried to get his mother's permission to marry the noblewoman Ebba Brahe, but this was not allowed, and he had to give up his wishes to marry her, though he continued to be in love with her.
The House of Romanov (, ) was the second and last imperial dynasty to rule over Russia, reigning from 1613 until the February Revolution abolished the crown in 1917.
Year 1613 ( MDCXIII ) was a common year starting on Tuesday ( link will display the full calendar ) of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday of the 10-day slower Julian calendar.
When the Globe burned down in June 1613, it was rebuilt with a tile roof ; when the Fortune burned down in December 1621, it was rebuilt in brick ( and apparently was no longer square ).
It was issued in celebration of the forthcoming marriage of James I's daughter Princess Elizabeth to Frederick V, Elector Palatine, which took place on 14 February 1613.
Robert Abercromby ( Abrecromby, Abercrombie, also Scotus ), also known under the pseudonyms of Robert Sandiesoun and Sanders Robertson ( 1536 – 27 April 1613 ) was a Jesuit missionary in Scotland.
Regina Prot ( h ) mann ( also Brotmann ) ( 1552 – 18 January 1613 ) was a pioneer in the establishment of community hospitals as well as starting schools for girls.