December 5, 1687: Francesco Geminiani is baptized in Lucca in the Commune of Lucca, the son of Giuliano Geminiani, a musician.
March 31, 1754: La forêt enchantée, a pantomime by Francesco Geminiani (66), is performed for the first time, in the Salle des Machines in the Tuileries Palace, Paris.
October 28, 1755: A notice appears in the Gazette d’Amsterdam advertising the publication of Guide Harmonique by Francesco Geminiani (67). See 12 February 1756.
February 12, 1756: A notice appears in the Amsterdamsche Courant claiming that the Dictionaire harmonique (Guide harmonique) of Francesco Geminiani (68) has been printed and is available to subscribers. See 28 October 1755.
April 17, 1756: The Whitehall Evening Post, or London Intelligencer announces the publication “this day” of Francesco Geminiani’s (68) Guido Armonica in English.
March 3, 1760: Francesco Geminiani (72) performs in public for the last time, at the Great Musick Hall in Fishamble Street, Dublin.
July 12, 1760: The Edinburgh publisher Robert Bremner invites subscriptions for his edition of The Art of Playing the Guitar or Cittra by Francesco Geminiani (72).
August 5, 1760: Francesco Geminiani (72) is in Edinburgh, perhaps for the publication there of his Art of Playing the Guitar or Cittra.
November 26, 1760: Robert Bremner completes publication of Francesco Geminiani’s (72) The Art of Playing the Guitar or Cittra in Edinburgh.
September 17, 1762: Francesco Xaverio Geminiani dies in Dublin, Kingdom of Ireland, “at his lodgings on College-Green”, 74 years, nine months, and twelve days after his baptism.