| Other events of 1691|
Co-monarchs - William III and Mary II
April - John Tillotson enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury.
9 April - A fire at the Palace of Whitehall in London destroys its Stone Gallery.
June - First performance of the semi-opera King Arthur with a libretto by John Dryden and music by Henry Purcell.
18 September - War of the Grand Alliance: English and Dutch forces defeated by the French at the Battle of Leuze.
3 October - The Treaty of Limerick ends the Williamite War in Ireland. The Flight of the Wild Geese — the departure of the Jacobite army — follows.
27 February - Edward Cave, editor and publisher (died 1754)
29 September - Richard Challoner, Catholic prelate (died 1781)
1 October - Arthur Onslow, politician (died 1768)
13 January - George Fox, founder of the Quakers (born 1624)
17 January - Richard Lower, physician (born 1631)
11 May - John Birch, soldier (born 1615)
9 October - William Sacheverell, statesman (born 1638)
8 December - Richard Baxter, clergyman (born 1615)
probable - Elizabeth Polwheele, playwright (born c. 1651)
1691 in England Wikipedia
Events from the year 1691 in the Kingdom of England.