1660 in History
January 1 1st entry in Samuel Pepys' diary
January 1 General Moncks army battles with the Tweed on way to London
January 1 Thomas Fairfax' New Model-army occupies York
February 3 General Moncks army reaches London
February 23 Charles XI becomes king of Sweden
March 16 English Long Parliament disbands
April 4 English king Charles II ends Decl of Breda (freedom of religion)
April 25 London Convention Parliament begins
April 25 Parliament meets and votes to restore Charles II
May 3 Sweden, Poland, Brandenburg and Austria sign Peace of Oliva
May 7 Isaack B. Fubine of Savoy, in The Hague, patents macaroni
May 8 English parliament asks King Charles II to resigns
May 23 King Charles II returns from exile sails from Scheveningen to England
May 24 English king Charles II visits Netherlands
May 25 English King Charles II lands in Dover
May 27 Denmark and Sweden sign ceasefire
May 29 Charles II restored to English throne after Puritan Commonwealth
June 6 Denmark and Sweden signs peace treaty
October 13 Denmark king Frederik III makes coup
October 15 Asser Levy granted butchers license (kosher meat) in New Amsterdam
November 15 1st kosher butcher (Asser Levy) licensed in New York City (New Amsterdam)
November 28 London Royal Society forms
December 15 Philippines: Andres Malongs rebels plunders Bagnotan