Paul Henri Millet, a Swiss historian, born in Geneva, Aug. 20, 1730, died there, Feb. 8, ] 807. After completing his education he went to ('openhagen, where he was appointed regius professor of belles-lettres in 1752. He employed his leisure in studying the language, history, and archaeology of the ancient Scandinavians, and wrote his Introduction d Vhistoire de Danemark (Copenhagen, 1755-6). In 1700 Mallet returned to Geneva, and filled the chair of history in the college of that city for four years. The most important of his works, besides that above named, are: Histoire de Dane-mark (3 vols. 4to, Copenhagen, 1758-77); Memoires sur la literature du nord (6 vols. 8vo, Copenhagen, 1759-'60); Histoire des Suisses (4 vols. 8vo, Geneva, 1803); and Histoire de la ligue Hanseatique (Geneva, 1805). FlisIntroduction d Vhistoire de Danemark was translated into English by Bishop Percy, under the title of "Mallet's Northern Antiquities" (2 vols. 8vo. London, 1770; new ed., by I. A. Blackwell, 1 vol. 12mo, 1847).