Sir Thomas Slingsby, 2nd Baronet
Sir Thomas Slingsby, 2nd Baronet (15 June 1636 – 1 March 1688), of Scriven in Yorkshire, was an English landowner and Member of Parliament.He was the second but oldest surviving son of Sir Henry Sling...
João, Prince of Brazil
João, Prince of Brazil (Lisbon, 30 August 1688 - Lisbon, 17 September 1688) was the first child of Pedro II of Portugal and Maria Sophia of Neuburg. He was made Prince of Brazil and Duke of Braganza u...
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Michael Warton (died 1688)
Michael Warton DL (1623 - 9 August 1688) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1660. He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War.Warton was the son of Michael Wa...
Antoine Furetière
Antoine Furetière (28 December 1619 – 14 May 1688), French scholar and writer, was born in Paris.
He studied law and practised for a time as an advocate, but eventually took orders and after vario...
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Adam Gdacjusz
Adam Gdacjusz or Gdacius or Gdak, also called Rey of Silesia (1615 Kluczbork – 1688 Kluczbork) was a Polish-language writer and a Lutheran pastor at the Wilna church and since 1644 was a deacon and, l...
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Thomas Jevon
Thomas Jevon (1652–1688) was an English playwright, and one of the first English Harlequins. He began his career as a dancing master, but worked his way onto the stage, and played leading low-comedy p...
Thomas Godden
Thomas Godden, real name Tylden (1624 in Addington, Kent – 1 December 1688 in London) was an English courtier and Catholic priest implicated in the Titus Oates plot.
His father, William Tylden, w...
Sir James Foulis, 2nd Baronet
Sir James Foulis, Lord Colinton (d. 1688), was a Scottish judge.
Foulis was the only son of Alexander Foulis, by Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Hepburn, esq., of Ford, and widow of Sir John Stuart,...
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John Claypole
John Claypole (21 August 1625 – 26 June 1688), was an officer in the Parliamentary army in 1645 during the English Civil War. He was created Lord Cleypole by Oliver Cromwell, but this title naturally ...
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James Renwick (Covenanter)
James Renwick (15 February 1662 – 17 February 1688) was a Scottish minister and the last of the Covenanter martyrs.
James Renwick was born at Moniaive in the Parish of Glencairn, Dumfriesshire, in...
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Emilia Butler, Countess of Ossory
Emilia Butler, Countess of Ossory (baptised 4 March 1635, The Hague – buried 12 December 1688, London), born Emilia van Nassau-Beverweerd, was an Anglo-Dutch courtier.Emilia was born in Holland to Lod...
David Elias Heidenreich
David Elias Heidenreich (21 January 1638 – 6 June 1688) was a German poet, dramatist, librettist and translator of the Baroque era.
Born in Leipzig, he was the son of the prominent lawyer Tob...
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Thomas Flatman
Thomas Flatman (21 February 1635 – 8 December 1688) was an English poet and miniature painter. There were several editions of his Poems and Songs (1674). One of his self-portraits is in the Victoria a...
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William Moses
William Moses (1623?-1688) was an English academic and lawyer, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge during the Interregnum and later serjeant-at-law.
The son of John Moses, merchant tailor, he wa...
Teimuraz II, Prince of Mukhrani
Teimuraz II (Georgian: თეიმურაზ II მუხრანბატონი, T'eimuraz I Mukhranbatoni) (1649–1688) was the head of the Mukhrani branch of the royal Bagrationi dynasty of Kartli. He was Prince (batoni) of Muk...
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Ann Glover
Goodwife Ann "Goody" Glover (died November 16, 1688) was the last person to be hanged in Boston as a witch, although the Salem witch trials in nearby Salem, Massachusetts occurred mainly in 1692.
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Philippe de Buyster
Philippe de Buyster (1595 – 1688), was a Flemish-French sculptor.
He was born in Antwerp and became a pupil of Gillis van Papenhoven. He moved to Paris in 1620, where in 1632 he became 'Scul...
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Sir Arthur Onslow, 1st Baronet
Sir Arthur Onslow, 1st Baronet (1622 – 21 July 1688) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1641 and 1685.
Onslow was the eldest son of Sir Richard Onsl...
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Constantine Phaulkon
Constance Phaulkon, born Κωσταντής Γεράκης or Costantin Gerachi (Greek: Κωνσταντῖνος Γεράκης, Konstantinos Gerakis, "γεράκι", is the word for "falcon") also known by the French simply as Monsieur Cons...
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Roger Pepys
Roger Pepys (3 May 1617 - 4 October 1688) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1661 to 1678.Pepys was born at Heydon, Norfolk, the son of Talbot Pepys of Impingto...
Louis Victor de Rochechouart de Mortemart
Louis Victor de Rochechouart de Mortemart, Duke of Mortemart (25 August 1636 – 15 December 1688) was a French nobleman and member of the ancient House of Rochechouart. His father Gabriel de Rochechoua...
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Philippe Quinault
Philippe Quinault ([kino]; 3 June 1635 – 26 November 1688), French dramatist and librettist, was born in Paris.
Quinault was educated by the liberality of François Tristan l'Hermite, the author of...
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John Cloberry
Sir John Cloberry (c. 1625 – January 1688) was an English soldier and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1660 and 1685.Cloberry was the son of John Cloberry of Bradst...
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Otto Wilhelm Königsmarck
Count Otto Wilhelm Königsmarck (5 January 1639 – 5 September 1688) was a Swedish military officer from Minden. He attained the rank of field marshal in 1676, commanded the Battle of Stralsund (1...
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Maximilian Henry of Bavaria
Maximilian Henry of Bavaria (German: Maximilian Heinrich von Bayern: 8 October 1621 – 3 June 1688) was the third son and fourth child of Albert VI, landgrave of Leuchtenberg and his wife, Mechthil...
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Samuel Parker (bishop of Oxford)
Samuel Parker (1640 – 21 March 1688) was an English churchman, of strong Erastian views and a fierce opponent of Dissenters. His political position is often compared with that of Thomas Hobbes, but th...
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William Fulman
William Fulman (1632–1688) was an English antiquary. He remained relatively unknown in his time, not being inclined to push himself forward, and suffering, according to David C. Douglas, from a "persi...
Johannes Withoos
Johannes Withoos (1648 – c.1688) was a Dutch Golden Age painter and the eldest son of Mathias Withoos and brother of the painters Alida, Maria, Frans and Pieter.
Johannes Withoos was born in...
Jacques Archambault
Jacques Archambault (c. 1604 – February 15, 1688) was a French colonist in Montreal. He was born in Dompierre-sur-Mer, where he was baptized.Archambault married (around 1629) Françoise Tourault, with ...
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