Henry Eccles
Um dos maiores contrabaixistas do mundo.2º andamanto da Sonata de Eccles.
Carlos Seixas
Carlos Seixas - Harpsichord Concerto in A Major (all three movements). -------------------------------------------------------------- Carlos Seixas - Concert...
Evaristo Felice Dall'Abaco
Kölner Kammerorchester Helmut Müller-Brühl (*1933), Dirigent Concerto in mi maggiore op.6 n.2 Concerto en mi majeur op.6 No 2 Photo by alessnove14.
Giovanni Mossi
GIOVANNI MOSSI (1680-1742) Concerto for four violins and basso continuo in G minor Op. 4 No. 12 1. Adagio 2. Allegro Performed by Musica Antiqua Koln Directe...
Jacome Gonsalves
Jacome Gonsalves, Goan missionary to Sri Lanka, Father of Sinhala Catholic literature, born 8 June 1676 at Divar, Goa, died 17 July 1742.
Jaccome Gonsalves was the eldest son of Thomas Gonsalves a...
Jeremiah Langhorne
Jeremiah Langhorne (died 1742) was a prominent landowner and jurist in colonial Pennsylvania. He is the namesake of present-day Langhorne, Pennsylvania, which adopted his name in 1876, and neighboring...
Francesco Antonio Calegari
Father Francesco Antonio Calegari (died 1742) was an Italian baroque music theorist, composer and priest. Calegari was maestro di cappella at Basilica of Santa Maria dei Frari, Venice in 1705, and at ...
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Luigi Guido Grandi
Dom Guido Grandi, O.S.B. Cam., (October 1, 1671 – July 4, 1742) was an Italian monk, priest, philosopher, mathematician, and engineer.
Grandi was born on Oct. 1, 1671 in Cremona, Italy and c...
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Nathanael Salmon
Nathanael Salmon (22 March 1675 – 2 April 1742) was an English antiquary who wrote books on Roman and other antiquities in the southeast of England. He was not well respected for either his writing or...
Sir John Austen, 1st Baronet
Sir John Austen, 1st Baronet (died 22 March 1742), was a British landowner and politician.He was the son of Thomas Austen, of South Mimms and Hoxton, by Arabella Forset, the daughter and heir of Edwar...
Frederic Louis Norden
Frederic Louis Norden (22 October 1708 – 22 September 1742) was a Danish naval captain and explorer.Also known as Frederick, Frederik, Friderick, Ludwig, Ludvig and Lewis, the name used on the ...
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John Philip III, Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-Dhaun
John Philip III, Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-Dhaun (20 January 1724 – 13 September 1742) was a German nobleman. He was the ruling Wild- and Rhinegrave of Salm-Dhaun from 1733 until his death. ...
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Pierre-Denis Martin (1663–1742)
Pierre-Denis Martin (1663 – 1742) was a French painter of historical subjects, battles, hunts, and architectural views, particularly of royal residences, such as the Palace of Versailles and the Châte...
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Richard Lambart, 4th Earl of Cavan
Richard Lambart, 4th Earl of Cavan PC (I) (d. 10 March 1742) was an Irish peer.He was the second but eldest surviving son of Charles Lambart, 3rd Earl of Cavan, and Castilina Gilbert. He inherited th...
Claude-François-Alexandre Houtteville
Claude François Alexandre Houtteville (1686, Paris - 9 November 1742, Paris) was a French churchman and religious writer.
Abraham Sharp
Abraham Sharp (1653 – 18 July 1742) was an English mathematician and astronomer.
Sharp was born in Horton Hall in Little Horton, Bradford, the son of well-to-do merchant John Sharp and Mary (née C...
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Alured Clarke (priest)
Alured Clarke (1696–1742) was Dean of Exeter between 1741 and 1742.
He was the son of Alured Clarke, of Godmanchester in Huntingdonshire, who died on 28 October 1744, aged 86, by his second wife, ...
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François-Joseph Hunauld
François-Joseph Hunauld (24 February 1701 – 15 December 1742) was a French anatomist born in Châteaubriant.In 1722 he received his medical degree at Reims, then continued his studies in Paris under Ja...
Charles Howe (writer)
Charles Howe (1661–1742) was an English devotional writer and courtier during the reigns of Charles II and James II of England and VII of Scotland.
He born in Gloucestershire, the third son of Joh...
Philipp Ludwig Wenzel von Sinzendorf
Philipp Ludwig Wenzel Sinzendorf (December 26, 1671 in Vienna – February 8, 1742 in Vienna) was an Austrian diplomat and Court Chancellor (Obersthofkanzler).
His father, Georg Ludwig von Sin...
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Samuel Keimer
Samuel Keimer (1689 – 1742) was an English printer and emigrant. He was the original founder of the Pennsylvania Gazette. On October 2, 1729, Benjamin Franklin bought this newspaper.
Keimer was...
Peter Ambarach
Peter Ambarach (1663–1742) was a pioneer of printing in oriental languages, operating for the Catholic church from Florence.
Charles Wheatly
Charles Wheatly (1686–1742) was an English clergyman, known for writings on the Book of Common Prayer.
He was born on 6 February 1686, the son of John Wheatly, a tradesman of London. His mother, w...
Vincent Laurensz van der Vinne II
Vincent Laurensz van der Vinne (1686, Haarlem – 1742, Haarlem) was an 18th-century painter of the Northern Netherlands.
According to the RKD he was the son of Laurens van der Vinne and the g...
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Edmund Probyn
Sir Edmund Probyn SL (1678 — 17 May 1742) was a British judge. Born to William Probyn and his wife Elizabeth, Probyn was baptised on 16 July 1678, and is next recorded as having matriculated at Christ...
Thomas Dover
Thomas Dover, M.D. (1660–1742), sometimes referred to as "Doctor Quicksilver", was an English physician. He is remembered for his common cold and fever medicine Dover's powder, his work with the poor ...
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Alexander Stuart (scientist)
Alexander Stuart FRS FRCP (1673–1742) was a British natural philosopher and physician.He was born in Aberdeen, Scotland.He graduated from Marischal College in 1691 with an MA and became a ship's surge...
Melchior de Polignac
Melchior de Polignac (October 11, 1661 – November 20, 1742) was a French diplomat, Roman Catholic cardinal and neo-Latin poet.A younger son of Armand XVI, marquis de Polignac, he was born at Lavoûte-s...
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Isham Randolph of Dungeness
Isham Randolph (December 1684 – November 1742), sometimes referred to as Isham Randolph of Dungeness, was the maternal grandfather of United States President Thomas Jefferson. Randolph was a pla...