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  1. 1808 - Wikipedia

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    1808 (MDCCCVIII) was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Wednesday of the Julian calendar, the 1808th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 808th year of the 2nd millennium, the 8th year of the 19th century, and the 9th year of the 1800s decade.

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  3. Spanish American wars of independence - Wikipedia

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    The Spanish American wars of independence were the numerous wars against Spanish rule in Spanish America during the early 19th century. With the aim of political independence, these began shortly after the French invasion of Spain in 1807 during Europe's Napoleonic Wars.

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    • Spain loses dominion over all their possessions in the continental Americas and retained only the islands of Cuba and Puerto Rico.
  4. 1807 - Wikipedia

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    January 22 – The United Kingdom abolishes the slave trade in all of its colonies, effective March 1, 1808. February 3 – Napoleonic Wars and Anglo-Spanish War – Battle of Montevideo: The British Army captures Montevideo from the Spanish Empire, as part of the British invasions of the Río de la Plata.

  5. 1806 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 1 1.1. The French Republican Calendaris abolished. 1.2. The Kingdom of Bavaria is established by Napoleon. 2. January 5 – The body of Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, lies in state in the Painted Hall of Greenwich Hospital, London, prior to his funeral. 3. January 8 – Battle of Blaauwberg: British infantry force troops of the Batavian Republic in the Dutch Cape Colonyto withdraw. 4. January 9 4.1. The Dutch commandant of Cape Town surrenders to British forces. On January 10, fo...

    April–June

    1. April 8 – Stéphanie de Beauharnais, adopted daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte, marries Prince Karl Ludwig Friedrich of Baden. 2. April 25 – Rana Bahadur Shah is killed by his step-brother Sher Bahadur Shah in the late night meeting which triggers two weeks' long massacre in Bhandarkhal garden. 3. May 30 – Future President of the United States Andrew Jackson fights his second duel, killing a man who had accused Jackson's wife of bigamy. 4. June 5 – Louis Bonaparte is appointed as King of Holla...

    July–September

    1. July 4 1.1. Battle of Maida: Britain defeats the Frenchin Calabria. 1.2. The legendary ship The Irish Rover sets sail from the Cove of Cork, Irelandfor New York. 2. July 10 – Vellore Mutiny: Indian sepoys mutiny against the East India Company, for the first time. 3. July 12 – Sixteen German Imperial States leave the Holy Roman Empire and form the Confederation of the Rhine; Liechtensteinis given full sovereignty, leading to the collapse of the Empire after 844 years. 4. July 15 – Pike Expe...

    January–June

    1. January 1 – Lionel Kieseritzky, Baltic-German chess player (d. 1853) 2. January 27 – Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga, Spanish composer (d. 1826) 3. February 10 – Emma Catherine Embury, American author and poet (d. 1863) 4. February 22 – Józef Kremer, Polish messianic philosopher (d. 1875) 5. March 4 5.1. Ephraim Wales Bull, American farmer, creator of the Concord grape(d. 1895) 5.2. George Bradburn, American abolitionist, women's rights advocate (d. 1880) 6. March 6 – Elizabeth Barrett Browning, E...

    July–December

    1. July 5 – James Dawson, Aboriginal Guardian (d. 1900) 2. July 5 – Blanka Teleki, Hungarian countess, women's rights activist (d. 1862) 3. September 12 – Andrew Hull Foote, American admiral (d. 1863) 4. September 22 – Bernardino António Gomes, Portuguese physician and naturalist (d. 1877) 5. October 3 – Oliver Cowdery, American religious leader (d. 1850) 6. October 25 – Max Stirner, German philosopher (d. 1856) 7. November 10 – Sir Alexander Milne, British admiral (d. 1896) 8. November 13 –...

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    1. Edward Welch, Welsh architect (d. 1868) 2. Silas Gill, Methodist preacher (d. 1875) 3. Anne Clarke, Australian theater manager 4. Black Beaver, Indigenous American (Lenape) trapper, interpreter, scout, and guide (d. 1880)

    January–June

    1. January 8 – Magdalena Dávalos y Maldonado, Ecuadorian scholar, socialite (b. 1725) 2. January 23 – William Pitt the Younger, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom(b. 1759) 3. February 2 – Rétif de la Bretonne, French writer (b. 1734) 4. February 16 – Franz von Weyrother, Austrian general (b. 1755) 5. February 19 – Elizabeth Carter, English writer (b. 1717) 6. February 20 – Lachlan McIntosh, Scottish-born American military and political leader (b. 1725) 7. March 20 – Salomea Deszner, Polish...

    July–December

    1. July 4 – Charles Henri Sanson, Royal Executioner of France during the reign of King Louis XVI (b. 1739) 2. July 10 – George Stubbs, English painter (b. 1724) 3. July 11 – James Smith, American signer of the United States Declaration of Independence 4. July 17 – Sir Richard Sullivan, 1st Baronet, British politician (b. 1752) 5. August 10 – Michael Haydn, Austrian composer (b. 1737) 6. August 22 – Jean-Honoré Fragonard, French painter (b. 1742) 7. August 23 – Charles-Augustin de Coulomb, Fre...

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    1. Mungo Park, Scottish explorer (b. 1771) 2. Johann Gottfried Arnold, German cellist (b. 1773)

  6. 1888 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 3 – The 91-centimeter telescope at Lick Observatoryin California is first used. 2. January 12 – The Schoolhouse Blizzard hits Dakota Territory, the states of Montana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas, leaving 235 dead, many of them children on their way home from school. 3. January 13 – The National Geographic Society is founded in Washington, D.C. 4. January 21 – The Amateur Athletic Union is founded by William Buckingham Curtisin the United States. 5. January 26 – The Lawn...

    April–June

    1. April 3 1.1. London prostitute Emma Elizabeth Smith is brutally attacked by two or three men, dying of her injuries the following day, first of the Whitechapel murders, but probably not a victim of Jack the Ripper. 1.2. The Brighton Beach Hotel in Coney Island (New York) is moved 520 ft (160 m), using six steam locomotives, by civil engineerB. C. Miller, to save it from ocean storms. 2. April 6 – The first New Year's Day is observed, of the solar calendar adopted by Siamese King Chulalongk...

    July–September

    1. July 2–27 – London matchgirls strike of 1888: About 200 workers, mainly teenaged girls, strike following the dismissal of three colleagues from the Bryant and May match factory, precipitated by an article on their working conditions published on June 23 by campaigning journalist Annie Besant, and the workers unionise on July 27. 2. July 15 – According to Japanese government official confirmed report, A large scale of erupt and ash smoke hit around Mount Bandai area, Fukushima Prefecture, J...

    January–February

    1. January 1 – Victor Goldschmidt, Swiss geochemist (d. 1947) 2. January 8 – Matt Moore, Irish-born actor (d. 1960) 3. January 16 – Robert Henry English, American admiral (d. 1943) 4. January 18 – Thomas Sopwith, English aviation pioneer, yachtsman (d. 1989) 5. January 19 – Millard Harmon, American general (d. 1945) 6. c. January 20 – Huddie William Ledbetter (Lead Belly), American folk, blues singer (d. 1949) 7. January 22 – Carlos Quintanilla , 37th President of Bolivia (d. 1964) 8. January...

    March–April

    1. March 1 – Ewart Astill, English cricketer (Leicestershire) (d. 1948) 2. March 4 – Knute Rockne, American football player, coach (d. 1931) 3. March 7 3.1. William L. Laurence, American journalist (d. 1977) 3.2. Claude Roger-Marx, French writer (d. 1977) 4. March 10 4.1. Barry Fitzgerald, Irish actor (d. 1961) 4.2. Ilo Wallace, Second Lady of the United States (d. 1981) 5. March 16 – Anton Köllisch, German chemist noted for synthesising MDMA (d. 1916) 6. March 17 – Paul Ramadier, Prime Minis...

    May–June

    1. May 8 – Maurice Boyau, French World War I fighter ace (d. 1918) 2. May 9 – Francesco Baracca, Italian World War I fighter ace (d. 1918) 3. May 10 – Max Steiner, Austrian-American composer (d. 1971) 4. May 11 4.1. Irving Berlin, American composer (d. 1989) 4.2. Willis Augustus Lee, American admiral (d. 1945) 5. May 13 – Inge Lehmann, Danish seismologist, geophysicist (d. 1993) 6. May 17 – Tich Freeman, English cricketer (d. 1965) 7. May 18 – William Hood Simpson, American general (d. 1980)...

    January–June

    1. January 19 – Anton de Bary, German biologist (b. 1831) 2. January 20 – William Pitt Ballinger, Texas lawyer, southern statesman (b. 1825) 3. January 29 – Edward Lear, British artist, writer (b. 1812) 4. January 31 – John Bosco, Italian priest, youth worker, educator and founder of the Salesian Society (b. 1815) 5. February 3 – Sir Henry Maine, British jurist (b. 1822) 6. February 5 – Anton Mauve, Dutch painter (b. 1838) 7. February 22 – Anna Kingsford, British women's rights activist (b. 1...

    July–December

    1. July 1 – Maiden of Ludmir, Jewish religious leader (b. 1805) 2. July 4 – Theodor Storm, German writer (b. 1817) 3. July 9 – Jan Brand, 4th president of the Orange Free State (b. 1823) 4. July 20 – Paul Langerhans, German pathologist, biologist (b. 1847) 5. August 5 – Philip Sheridan, American general (b. 1831) 6. August 7 – Martha Tabram, possible first victim of Jack the Ripper (b. 1849) 7. August 9 – Charles Cros, French poet (b. 1831) 8. August 16 – John Pemberton, American founder of C...

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    1. Caroline Howard Gilman, American author (b. 1794)

    1888 Annual Cyclopedia (1889)highly detailed coverage of "Political, Military, and Ecclesiastical Affairs; Public Documents; Biography, Statistics, Commerce, Finance, Literature, Science, Agricultu...

  7. 1828 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 4 – Jean Baptiste Gay, vicomte de Martignac succeeds the Comte de Villèle, as Prime Minister of France. 2. January 8 – The Democratic Party of the United Statesis organized. 3. January 22 – Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington succeeds Lord Goderich as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. 4. February 19 – The Boston Society for Medical Improvementis established in the United States. 5. February 21 – The first American-Indian newspaper in the United States is published, named "...

    April–June

    1. April 11 – Bahía Blanca (present-day Argentina) is founded. 2. April 20 – French explorer René Caillié becomes the first non-Muslim to enter Timbuktu, and later return alive. 3. April 26 – The Treaty of Commerce and Navigation is signed between Brazil and Denmark, establishing diplomatic relations between the two countries. 4. May 21 - Antonio José de Sucre tries to invade Paraguay, reaching the northern city of Fuerte Olimpo, but the planned invasion is immediately cancelled. 5. May 26 –...

    July–September

    1. July 4 – Lord William Bentinck arrives at Calcutta (now Kolkata) to begin his administration as the new Governor-General of India, on behalf of King George IV of the United Kingdom. 2. July 5 – The British weekly magazine, The Spectator is founded by Robert Stephen Rintoul. 3. August 11 – William Corder is hanged at Bury St Edmunds, England, for the murder of Maria Marten at the Red Barna year earlier. 4. August 27 – South America: Empire of Brazil and United Provinces of the Río de lá Pla...

    January–June

    1. January 17 – Alexandru Cernat, Moldavian-born Romanian general and politician (d. 1893) 2. January 22 – Dora d'Istria, Romanian-Albanian writer (d. 1888) 3. January 23 – Saigō Takamori, Japanese samurai(d. 1877) 4. February 8 – Jules Verne, French science fiction author (d. 1905) 5. March 13 – Sébastien Lespès, French admiral (d. 1897) 6. March 17 – Patrick Cleburne, Irish soldier, Confederate general (d. 1864) 7. March 18 – Sir Randal Cremer, English politician, pacifist, recipient of the...

    July–December

    1. July 9 – Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano, Italian Catholic churchman (d. 1913) 2. July 23 – Sir Jonathan Hutchinson, English physician (d. 1913) 3. July 28 – Iosif Gurko, Russian field marshal (d. 1901) 4. July 31 – Ignacio de Veintemilla, 11th President of Ecuador (d. 1908) 5. August 6 – Andrew Taylor Still, American father of osteopathy (d. 1917) 6. August 17 – Maria Deraismes, French feminist (d. 1894) 7. August 28 – William A. Hammond, American military physician, neurologist and 11th S...

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    1. William Robert Woodman, British co-founder of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (d. 1891)

    January–June

    1. January 10 – François de Neufchâteau, French politician, intellectual (b. 1750) 2. January 13 – Theodore Foster, American politician (b. 1752) 3. February 11 – DeWitt Clinton, 6th Governor of New York, United States Senator(b. 1769) 4. March 12 – Jack Randall, early English boxing champion 5. April 16 – Francisco Goya, Spanish painter (b. 1746) 6. May 8 – Mauro Giuliani, Italian composer (b. 1781) 7. May 16 – William Congreve, British rocket pioneer (b. 1772) 8. May 28 – Daikokuya Kōdayū,...

    July–December

    1. July 9 1.1. Cathinka Buchwieser, German operatic singer and actress (b. 1789) 1.2. Gilbert Stuart, American painter from Rhode Island(b. 1755) 2. July 15 – Jean-Antoine Houdon, French sculptor (b. 1741) 3. July 16 – William Few, American politician (b. 1748) 4. July 21 – Charles Manners-Sutton, Archbishop of Canterbury(b. 1755) 5. July 30 – François Isaac de Rivaz, French inventor, politician (b. 1752) 6. August 8 – Carl Peter Thunberg, Swedish botanist (b. 1743) 7. August 22 – Franz Josep...

  8. 1803 - Wikipedia

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    January 1 – The first edition of Alexandre Balthazar Laurent Grimod de La Reynière's Almanach des gourmands, the first guide to restaurant cooking, is published in Paris.
    January 5 – William Symington demonstrates his Charlotte Dundas, the "first practical steamboat", in Scotland.
    January 30 – Monroe and Livingston sail for Paris to discuss, and possibly buy, New Orleans; they end up completing the Louisiana Purchase.
    February 19 – An Act of Mediation, issued by Napoleon Bonaparte, establishes the Swiss Confederation to replace the Helvetic Republic. Under the terms of the act, Graubünden, St. Gallen, Thurgau, t...

    January–June

    1. February 2 – Albert Sidney Johnston, American Confederate general (d. 1862) 2. February 15 2.1. John Sutter, German-American pioneer (d. 1880) 2.2. Karl Friedrich Schimper, German botanist, naturalist and poet (d. 1867) 3. February 26 – Arnold Adolph Berthold, German physiologist, zoologist (d. 1861) 4. March 12 – Guillaume de Felice, Savoy nobleman, abolitionist (d. 1871) 5. March 16 – Nikolay Yazykov, Russian poet, Slavophile (d. 1846) 6. April 7 – Flora Tristan, French feminist (d. 1844...

    July–December

    1. July 10 – William Todd (1803–1873), American businessman, Canadian senate nominee 2. July 20 – John Hymers, English mathematician (d. 1887) 3. July 24 – Adolphe Adam, French composer (d. 1856) 4. July 31 – John Ericsson, Swedish inventor, engineer (d. 1889) 5. August 3 5.1. Mary Dominus, American settler of Hawaii (d. 1889) 5.2. Sir Joseph Paxton, English gardener, architect and Member of Parliament (d. 1865) 6. August 10 – Joseph Vinoy, French general (d. 1880) 7. August 13 – Vladimir Odo...

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    1. Francesca Anna Canfield, American linguist, poet, and translator (d. 1833) 2. Charles Lafontaine, Swiss mesmerist (d. 1892) 3. Barbarita Nieves, Venezuelan mistress of José Antonio Páez (d. 1847)

    January–June

    1. January 1 – James Woodforde, English clergyman, diarist(b. 1740) 2. January 18 – Ippolit Bogdanovich, Russian poet (b. 1743) 3. January 23 – Arthur Guinness, Irish brewer (b. 1725) 4. February 1 – Anders Chydenius, Finnish priest, politician (b. 1729) 5. February 3 – María Isidra de Guzmán y de la Cerda, Spanish scholar (b. 1768) 6. February 9 – Jean François de Saint-Lambert, French poet (b. 1716) 7. February 11 – Jean-François de La Harpe, French critic (b. 1739) 8. February 18 – Johann...

    July–December

    1. August 24 – James Napper Tandy, Irish republican 2. September 5 – Pierre Choderlos de Laclos, French general, author (b. 1741) 3. September 13 – John Barry, officer in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War, later in the United States Navy(b. 1745) 4. September 15 4.1. Gian Francesco Albani, Italian Catholic cardinal (b. 1719) 4.2. François Devienne, French composer (b. 1759) 5. September 16 – Nicolas Baudin, French explorer (b. 1754) 6. September 17 – Franz Xaver Süssm...

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    1. Moscho Tzavela, Greek-Souliote heroine (b. 1760)

  9. Anno 1808 - Uplands Regemente - Home | Facebook

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    The enemy During the spring campaign of 1808, units of Uplands Regemente was pitted against the Norwegian Oplandske Infanteriregiment in several skirmishes, most notably the Swedish victory at the first battle of Lier, that ended with a Norwegian rout and 40+ prisoners of Oplandske in Swedish captivity.

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    Anno 1808 - Uplands Regemente. 507 likes · 1 talking about this. A group of likeminded individuals recreating the Swedish soldier as he appeared in 1808. We focus on primary research in archives and...

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