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July and 1600
Hamilton was made Sheriff of Linlithgow in 1600, received large grants of lands in Scotland and Ireland, was created in 1603 Baron Abercorn, and on 10 July 1606 was rewarded for his services in the matter of the union by being made Earl of Abercorn and Lord Paisley, Hamilton, Mountcastell and Kilpatrick.
Specifically, he participated in the attempt to take Fushimi castle by assault in July 1600, in the defense of the besieged Gifu Castle in August of the same year, and finally in the Battle of Sekigahara.
* July 10 – Gabriel Naudé, French librarian and scholar ( b. 1600 )
The Battle of Nieuwpoort, between a Dutch army under Maurice of Nassau and Francis Vere and a Spanish army under Albert of Austria, took place on 2 July 1600 near the present-day Belgian city Nieuwpoort.
The Gestapo and the Nazi Gendarmerie Burned Alive 1600 People July 10, 1941 .” In March 2001 this inscription was removed.
Gabriel Naudé ( 2 February 1600 – 10 July 1653 ) was a French librarian and scholar.
At one time Banbury had many crosses ( The High Cross, The Bread Cross and The White Cross ), but these were destroyed by Puritans on 26 July 1600.
:* 27 July: 5XX experimental AM longwave station moved from Chelmsford to Daventry where it commenced regular broadcasting on 1600 metres.
This copper ball was struck by lightning on 17 July 1600 and fell down.
* July 10-Gabriel Naudé, librarian and scholar ( born 1600 )
Albert's reputation as a military commander suffered badly when he was defeated by the Dutch stadtholder Maurice of Orange in the battle of Nieuwpoort on 2 July 1600.
He was also coming under attack from his creditors for in July 1600 some supporters of Sir Richard Weston broke into his father's house at Blackfriars and threatened the Shirleys, father and son, demanding payment.
Aniello Falcone ( 15 November 1600 – 14 July 1665 ) was an Italian Baroque painter, active in Naples and noted for his painted depictions of battle scenes.
The university's non-commercial radio station, WNHU-FM, first signed onto the air at 1600 EDT on July 4, 1973.
Somewhat hindered by all seven members of the States-General, who tried to micro-manage the campaign as deputies-in-the-field, Maurice was now cornered by Albert near the port of Nieuwpoort and forced to give battle on 2 July 1600.
After the death of Chand Bibi in July, 1600 Ahmadnagar was conquered by the Mughals and Bahadur Shah was imprisoned.
Emperor Rudolf II promoted the village to the status of town on July 4, 1600.
# Maria Amalia ( 27 July 1582 – 31 October 1635 ), married on 23 August 1600 to Count Wilhelm I of Solms-Braunsfeld-Greiffenstein.
On July 5, 1600, Zamoyski would write, in the Academy's foundation act: " such are countries, as is the education of their youth " (" takie są rzeczypospolite, jakie ich młodzieży chowanie ").
It has about 1600 students and a staff of 400 people ( as of 2004 ), led by Dr. Damian J. Fernandez, who was announced as new Head of School in November 2010, and began July 2011.
On July 18, 1600, Don Luis Henríquez established a settlement on the site with workers and their families, and named it the " Village of Zipaquirá ".
Sir Thomas Lucy ( 24 April 1532 – 7 July 1600 ) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1571 and 1585.
In early July, 50 rails, each longer than 1600 feet, were delivered to the project, enough for 7. 5 miles of track.
The July Course has a 1 mile ( 1600 m ) straight, known as ' The Bunbury Mile '.

July and Oxford
In July 2012, Clinton gave the keynote address at the Re | Source Conference, a collaboration between Oxford University, the Stordalen Foundation and the Rothschild Foundation.
In July 1962, he was invested with the honorary degree of Doctor of Letters by the universities of Oxford and Durham.
On 23 July 1567, while practising fencing in the backyard of Cecil House in the Strand, the seventeen-year-old Oxford killed Thomas Brincknell, an under-cook in the Cecil household.
Affectionately known as her " Boar " or her " Turk ," discord arose between them, and on 1 July, Oxford bolted to the continent without permission, travelling to Calais with Lord Edward Seymour, and then to Flanders, ' carrying a great sum of money with him '.
Although his daughter, Elizabeth, was born at the beginning of July, for unexplained reasons Oxford did not learn of her birth until late September.
On 28 July Leicester, who was in overall command of the English land troops, asked for instructions regarding Oxford, stating that " he seems most willing to hazard his life in this quarrel ".
On 4 July 1591 Oxford sold the Great Garden property at Aldgate to John Wolley and Francis Trentham.
On 25 July Oxford was among those who officiated at the King's coronation, a month later James confirmed Oxford's annuity of £ 1, 000.
Advances in technology have never conclusively proved that the ball crossed the line ; on the contrary, in 1995 the Sunday Times reported that image analysis by researchers at Oxford University had concluded that the whole of the ball did not cross the goal-line, and so a goal should not have been awarded ( Computer blows whistle on England's 1966 World Cup win by Adam Jones and John Davison, 23 July 1995 ).
George Robert Aberigh-Mackay ( July 25, 1848 – January 12, 1881 ), Anglo-Indian writer, son of a Bengal chaplain, was educated at Magdalen College School, Oxford and Cambridge University.
: An Elementary Approach to Ideas and Methods, Oxford University Press, USA ; 2 edition ( July 18, 1996 ).
* Sam Lomonaco Four Lectures on Quantum Computing given at Oxford University in July 2006
Upon news of this, Stephen gathered up a large force and marched from Oxford, and the two sides confronted each other across the River Thames at Wallingford in July.
* July 8 – Composer Joseph Haydn awarded an honorary doctorate of music at Oxford University.
* July 28 – Margot Asquith, Countess of Oxford and Asquith ( b. 1864 )
* July 31 – The Oxford Committee for Famine Relief ( OXFAM ) is founded.
* July 12 – The Rolling Stones make their debut at London's Marquee Club, Number 165 Oxford Street, opening for Long John Baldry.
* July 4 – Charles Dodgson ( better known as Lewis Carroll ) extemporises the story that becomes Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for the 10-year-old Alice Liddell and her sisters on a rowboat trip on The Isis from Oxford to Godstow.
* July 4 – Ruth Lawrence, 13, achieves a first in mathematics at Oxford University, becoming the youngest British person ever to earn a first-class degree and the youngest known graduate of Oxford University.
* July 7 – Henry Compton, Bishop of Oxford and privy councillor ( b. 1632 )
* July 24 – Edmund Halley enters Queen's College at Oxford, as an undergraduate.
Oxford Music Online ( Accessed 24 July 2008 ) ( Subscription access )
Charles, along with his family and court, fled London in July to Salisbury ; Parliament met in Oxford.

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