1670 - Mandeville was born in Rotterdam, Netherlands on January 19, 1670. He was baptised on November 20, 1670.
1685 - Mandeville left Erasmus school at Rotterdam where he showed his ability by an "Oratio scholastica de medicina".
1689 - Mandeville produced a thesis "De brutorum operationibus", in which he advocated the Cartesian theory of automatism among animals.
1691 - Mandeville took up medicine degree, pronouncing an inaugural disputation, "De chylosi vitiata".
1699 - Mandevilee married Ruth Elizabeth Laurence.
1705 - Mandeville published a poem under the title The Grumbling Hive. The book "Fable of the Bees" was primarily written as a political satire on the state of England.
1733 - Died in Hackney, London on January 21, 1733 because of influenza.
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