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December and 1588
* December 2 – Catherine de Vivonne, marquise de Rambouillet, French socialite ( b. 1588 )
* December 4 – Thomas Hobbes, English philosopher ( b. 1588 )
* December 29 – Henri I de Bourbon, prince de Condé ( d. 1588 )
And secondly, on 11 December 1605, to his first wife's sister, Constance of Austria ( 1588 – 1631 ).
On 23 December 1588, at the Château de Blois, the Duke of Guise arrived in the council chamber where his brother Louis II, Cardinal of Guise, waited.
On December 23, 1588, at the Château de Blois, Henry of Guise and his brother, the Cardinal de Guise, were lured into a trap by the King's guards.
After an apparent conciliation between the French king and the duke, in December of 1588 King Henry III had both the Duke of Guise and his brother, Louis of Lorraine, Cardinal of Guise ( 1555 – 1588 ), murdered during a meeting in the Royal Chateau at Blois.
* December 4-Thomas Hobbes, philosopher ( born 1588 )
Catherine de Vivonne, marquise de Rambouillet ( 1588 – 2 December 1665 ), known as Madame de Rambouillet, was a society hostess and a major figure in the literary history of 17th-century France.
On December 23, 1588, Henry III's guardsmen assassinated the Duke and his brother, Louis II and the Duke's son was imprisoned in the Bastille.
The assassination of his brothers at Blois on December 23 – 24, 1588, left him at the head of the Catholic party.
Johann Reichsgraf von Aldringen ( sometimes spelled von Altringer ) ( December 10, 1588 – June 22, 1634 ), Austrian soldier, was born at Thionville in Lorraine.
Henry I, Prince of Joinville, Duke of Guise, Count of Eu ( 31 December 1550 – 23 December 1588 ), sometimes called Le Balafré ( Scarface ), was the eldest son of Francis, Duke of Guise, and Anna d ' Este.
On 22 December 1588, he spent the night with his current mistress Charlotte de Sauve, the most accomplished and notorious member of Catherine de ' Medici's group of female spies known as the " Flying Squadron ".
Between 15 December and 1 April 1588 he sat on the Privy Council only four times and attended court briefly every five or six days to meet with Walsingham.
Henri de Bourbon-Condé ( Henry I, Prince of Condé ; December 29, 1552 – March 5, 1588 ) was a French Prince du Sang and Huguenot general like his more prominent father, Louis I, Prince of Condé.
Henri de Bourbon ( 1 September 1588 – 26 December 1646 ) became Prince of Condé shortly after his birth, following the death of his father Henri I.
# Maria ( 12 November 1568 – 10 May 1625 ), married on 2 December 1588 to Count John Louis I of Nasau-Wiesbaden-Idstein.
Isaac Beeckman ( 10 December 1588, Middelburg – 19 May 1637, Dordrecht ) was a Dutch philosopher and scientist, who, through his studies and contact with leading natural philosophers, may have " virtually given birth to modern atomism ".
Marina Mniszech ( Polish: Maryna Mniszchówna or Maryna Mniszech ; Russian: Марина Мнишек ( Marina Mnishek ); also known as " Marinka the witch " in Russian folklore ; c. 1588 – 24 December 1614 ), was a Russian Tsaritsa and a Polish noblewoman and a political adventurer in the Time of Troubles in Russia.
Archduchess Constance of Austria ( Constance Renate of Habsburg, in German Konstanze Renate von Österreich, in Polish Konstancja Austriaczka or Konstancja Habsburżanka ) ( December 24, 1588 – July 10, 1631 ) was a Queen consort of Poland.
The annual stipend for its clergy was a meager 9000 réis in 1572, and increased by 3000 réis ib 14 December 1588.

December and Oxford
On 15 December, the Duchess of Suffolk wrote to Burghley describing a plan she and Mary had devised to arrange a meeting between Oxford and his daughter.
Oxford attended his last Parliament in December, perhaps another indication of failing health.
John Wycliffe (; also spelt Wyclif, Wycliff, Wiclef, Wicliffe, or Wickliffe ) ( c. 1320 – 31 December 1384 ) was an English Scholastic philosopher, theologian, lay preacher, translator, reformer and university teacher at Oxford in England, who was known as an early dissident in the Roman Catholic Church during the 14th century.
* Benson, Donald C., The Moment of Proof: Mathematical Epiphanies, Oxford University Press, USA ; New Ed edition ( December 14, 2000 ).
While at Oxford, Adorno suffered two great losses: his Aunt Agathe died in June 1935, while Alban Berg died in December of the same year.
* December 5 – Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Mortimer, English statesman ( d. 1724 )
* December 7 – after a fiercely contested campaign, Monier Williams is elected as the new Boden Professor of Sanskrit at Oxford University.
Banks left Oxford for Chelsea in December 1763.
In December 2003, the Oxford English Dictionary Online added draft entries for " grep " as both a noun and a verb.
Oxford University Press ; 2nd edition, December 1989.
* Monday 13 December 2010-New Theatre Oxford
She is thought to have entered Henry's life around the time that Eleanor was pregnant with her final child, John who was born on 24 December 1166 at Oxford.
In 1702, he was appointed Rector of Wem in Shropshire, but continued to reside at Oxford, where he died on 14 December 1710.
Members of the Oxford Township Committee are Mayor Donald Niece ( R, 2012 ), Deputy Mayor Bonnie Riley ( D, term ends December 31, 2011 ), Keith Gibbons ( R, 2013 ).
In December 1873 the first residents were admitted to the Oxford Orphans Asylum, which is today known as the Masonic Home for Children.
He died at the age of 70, on December 29, 1919 in Oxford, during the Spanish influenza epidemic ; his wife, Grace, lived another nine years but succumbed to a series of strokes.
* David Steele, ‘ Temple, Henry John, third Viscount Palmerston ( 1784 – 1865 )’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 ; online edn, May 2009, accessed 11 December 2010.
A Sermon preached at the General Ordination held by the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Oxford, in the Cathedral Church of Christ in Oxford, on Sunday, December 23, 1866, by Francis Fulford.
Michael Colin Cowdrey, Baron Cowdrey of Tonbridge, CBE ( 24 December 19324 December 2000 ), better known as Colin Cowdrey, was the Captain of Oxford University, Kent County Cricket Club and the England cricket team in a career that lasted from 1950 to 1976.
), The Writings of Theobald Wolfe Tone 1763-98, Volume II: America, France, and Bantry Bay, August 1795 to December 1796 ( Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001 ).

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