Georg Böhm
Georg Böhm: Prelude and Fugue in C-dur. Performed by Cor Ardesch on the Verschueren organ of the Grote Kerk in Dordrecht, The Netherlands.
L'art de toucher le clavecin
L'art de toucher le clavecin (English: The Art of Playing the Harpsichord) is a didactic treatise by the French composer François Couperin. It was first published in 1716, and was followed by a revise...
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Paulus van der Veen
Paul van der Veen Does (c. 1660 - 16 August 1733, Gorcum) was a Dutch colonial governor. From 1696 to 1706 he was governor of Surinam, succeeding Johan van Scharphuizen. For twenty-five years, until h...
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José de Grimaldo
José de Grimaldo y Gutiérrez de Solórzano (1660 – 1733) was a Spanish statesmen.
Grimaldo was born in Madrid in 1660 to a wealthy family who had gained experience serving in the administrati...
Patrick Vanse
Sir Patrick Vanse (also spelt Vans) (c. 1655 – 27 January 1733) was a Scottish MP in the British Parliament. He held the rank of Colonel when he was elected.He was MP for Wigtownshire 1710-1711 ...
Bernard Mandeville
Bernard Mandeville, or Bernard de Mandeville (15 November 1670 – 21 January 1733), was an Anglo-Dutch philosopher, political economist and satirist. Born in Rotterdam, Netherlands, he lived most of h...
Charles Howard, 9th Earl of Suffolk
Charles Howard, 9th Earl of Suffolk (1685 – 28 September 1733) was an English nobleman and politician, styled Hon. Charles Howard from 1691 to 1731.The third son of Henry Howard, 5th Earl of Suffolk, ...
Duchess Sibylle of Saxe-Lauenburg
Sibylle of Saxe-Lauenburg (Franziska Sibylle Auguste; 21 January 1675 – 10 July 1733) was Margravine of Baden-Baden. Born a Duchess of Saxe-Lauenburg, she was the wife of Louis William, Margrave...
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Filippo Buonarroti
Filippo Buonarroti (Florence, 18 November 1661 — 10 December 1733), the great-grandnephew of Michelangelo Buonarroti, was a Florentine official at the court of Cosimo III, Grand Duke of Tuscany and a...
Louis Lengendre
Louis Legendre (1655–1733), was a French historian.Born at Rouen (Normandy) to poor parents, Legendre owed the benefit of an education to François de Harlay de Champvallon, the archbishop of his nativ...
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Robert Raymond, 1st Baron Raymond
Robert Raymond, 1st Baron Raymond PC (20 December 1673 – 18 March 1733) was a British judge.Raymond was the son of the judge Thomas Raymond. He was educated at Eton and Christ's College, Cambridge. Sa...
Thomas Foley, 1st Baron Foley (1673–1733)
Thomas Foley, 1st Baron Foley FRS (8 November 1673 – 22 January 1733) was the eldest son of Thomas Foley (c. 1641–1701) and inherited the Great Witley estate on his father's death. He was Member of P...
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Marie Thérèse de Bourbon
Marie Thérèse de Bourbon (1 February 1666 – 22 February 1732) was the titular Queen Consort of Poland in 1697. She was the daughter of the Prince de Condé and of a Bavarian princess. As a member of Fr...
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John Christian, Count Palatine of Sulzbach
John Christian (23 January 1700 – 20 July 1733; in German: Johann Christian Joseph) was the Count Palatine of Sulzbach from 1732–33. He was the second and youngest surviving son of duke Theodore...
Lovisa von Burghausen
Lovisa von Burghausen (1698 – 20 January 1733) was a Swedish memoirist who became famous for her story about her time in captivity as a slave in Russia after being taken prisoner by the Russians...
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Jean-Baptiste Moreau
Jean-Baptiste Moreau (ca. 1656-24 August 1733) was a French composer of the baroque period. He served as the master of music at the court of Louis XIV. His compositional output includes several motets...
Thornhagh Gurdon
Thornhagh Gurdon, F.S.A. (1663 – November 1733) was an English antiquarian.Gurdon, born in 1663, was the son of Brampton Gurdon of Letton, Norfolk, and his wife Elizabeth, and the elder brother of Bra...
Giacomo Parolini
Giacomo Parolini (May 1, 1663–1733) was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, mainly active in Ferrara.He initially traveled with Giovanni Francesco Viterbi to Turin to study law, but then went to...
Mademoiselle Aïssé
Charlotte Aïssé (a corruption of Haïdé), (c.1694 – 13 March 1733), French letter-writer, was the daughter of a Circassian chief, and was born about 1694.Her father's palace was pillaged by the T...
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Takatsukasa Hisasuke
Takatsukasa Hisasuke (鷹司 尚輔, 1726 – April 19, 1733), son of Konoe Iehiro and adopted son of Fusahiro, was a kuge or Japanese court noble of the Edo period (1603–1868). He died at age 8 of il...
George Garden (minister)
George Garden (1649–1733), was a Scottish church minister and a leading figure of the early Scottish Episcopal Church.
Garden, a younger son of Alexander Garden, minister of Forgue in Aberdeenshir...
Nicolas Antoine Coulon de Villiers
Nicolas Antoine Coulon, chevalier de Villiers was born in 1683, and died in 1733. He was an officer in New France.
Born in Brittany, he was the son of Raoul-Guillaume Coulon, sieur de Villiers and...
Pierre de Pardaillan de Gondrin
Pierre de Pardaillan de Gondrin (1692 – 4 November 1733) was the Duke-Bishop of Langres, France.Gondrin was born in Versailles, the son of Louis Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin, duc d'Antin, and gran...
James Mighells
Vice Admiral James Mighells (died 1733) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Comptroller of the Navy.
Mighells was given command of HMS Monck and distinguished himself in a sea battle off Má...
Arthur Dillon, Count Dillon
Arthur Dillon, Count Dillon (1670 in the county of Roscommon – 7 February 1733 at St Germain en Laye) was a Jacobite soldier from Ireland who served in the French army.
He was a younger son of The...
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Arthur Davys
Arthur Davys (died October 1733) was an Irish Member of Parliament, representing Carrickfergus in the Irish House of Commons from 1713 to 1714.He married Catherine, daughter of William Stewart, 1st Vi...
Ignaz Waibl
Ignaz Waibl otherwise Ignatzius Woibl or Waibel (1661–28 February 1733) was an Austrian woodcarver. His carvings are among the most significant of the period.
Waibl was born in Grins near La...
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Thomas Woolston
Thomas Woolston (baptised November 1668 – 27 January 1733) was an English theologian. Although he was often classed as a deist, his biographer William H. Trapnell regards him as an Anglican who held u...
Ippolita Ludovisi
Olimpia Ippolita I Ludovisi (December 24, 1663 – December 29, 1733) was the Princess of Piombino from 1701 until her death. She was born in Cagliari, the youngest daughter of Niccolò I Ludovisi.On No...