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  1. 1810 - Wikipedia

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    1810 (MDCCCX) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1810th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 810th year of the 2nd millennium, the 10th year of the 19th century, and the 1st year of the 1810s decade.

  2. 1810s - Wikipedia

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    The 1810s (pronounced "eighteen-tens") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1810, and ended on December 31, 1819. The decade was opened with a very hostile political climate around the world.

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  4. AD:1810 | History Wiki | Fandom

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  5. 1810 in the United States - Wikipedia

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    Federal Government

    1. President: James Madison (DR-Virginia) 2. Vice President: George Clinton (DR-New York) 3. Chief Justice: John Marshall (Virginia) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Joseph Bradley Varnum (DR-Massachusetts) 5. Congress: 11th

    May 1 – Macon's Bill Number 2 becomes law, intending to motivate Britain and France to stop seizing American vessels during the Napoleonic Wars.
    June 4 – The Society in Dedham for Apprehending Horse Thieves is founded in Dedham, Massachusetts.
    June 23 – John Jacob Astor forms the Pacific Fur Company.
    September 8 – The Tonquin sets sail from New York Harbor with 33 employees of John Jacob Astor's newly created Pacific Fur Company on board. After a 6-month journey around the tip of South America,...
    January 20 – Benjamin Chew, Chief Justice of colonial Pennsylvania (born 1722)
    February 22 – Charles Brockden Brown, novelist (born 1771)
    October 13 – John Heath, politician (born 1758)
    October 15 – Alfred Moore, judge (born 1755)
    A. R. Beck. Notes of a Visit to Philadelphia, Made by a Moravian Sister in 1810. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 36, No. 3 (1912), pp. 346–361
    Governor Gerry's Latin Speech, 1810. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Third Series, Vol. 59, (October, 1925 – June, 1926),
    S. E. Morison. Forcing the Dardanelles in 1810: With Some Account of the Early Levant Trade of Massachusetts. The New England Quarterly, Vol. 1, No. 2 (April, 1928), pp. 208–225
    Erwin Stresemann. On a Collection of Birds from Georgia and Carolina Made about 1810 by John Abbot. The Auk, Vol. 70, No. 2 (April, 1953), pp. 113–117
  6. Category:United States in the 1810s - Wikimedia Commons

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    This category has the following 64 subcategories, out of 64 total. 1810 in the United States ‎ (10 C, 1 F) 1811 in the United States ‎ (10 C, 2 F) 1812 in the United States ‎ (9 C, 3 F) 1813 in the United States ‎ (8 C, 3 F) 1814 in the United States ‎ (12 C, 5 F) 1815 in the United States ‎ (10 C, 2 F) 1816 in the United States ...

  7. 1850 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January – Sacramento floods. 1. January 29 – Henry Clay introduces the Compromise of 1850 to the United States Congress. 2. January 31 – The University of Rochester is founded in Rochester, New York. 3. February 28 – The University of Utah opens in Salt Lake City. 4. March 5 – The Britannia Bridge opens over the Menai Straitin Wales. 5. March 7 – United States Senator Daniel Webster gives his "Seventh of March" speech, in which he endorses the Compromise of 1850, in order to prevent a poss...

    April–June

    1. April 1.1. Pope Pius IXreturns from exile to Rome. 1.2. Stephen Foster's parlor ballad "Ah! May the Red Rose Live Alway" is published in the United States. 2. April 4 – Los Angelesis incorporated as a city in California. 3. April 15 – San Franciscois incorporated as a city in the California. 4. April 19 – The Clayton–Bulwer Treaty is signed by the United States and Great Britain, allowing both countries to share Nicaragua, and not claim complete control over the proposed Nicaragua Canal. 5...

    July–September

    1. July – Taiping Rebellion: Hong Xiuquan orders the general mobilisation of rebel forces in China. 2. July 1 – St. Mary's School for Boys (the future University of Dayton) opens its doors in Dayton, Ohio. 3. July 2 – Former twice-served British Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel dies following a fall from his horse at Constitution Hill, London. 4. July 9 4.1. Mírzá 'Alí-Muhammad, known as the Báb, is executed by a firing squad in Tabriz, Persia, for claiming to be a prophet. 4.2. Vice President...

    January–February

    1. January 1 – John Barclay Armstrong, Texas Ranger, U.S. Marshal (d. 1913) 2. January 6 2.1. Eduard Bernstein, German social democratic theoretician, politician (d. 1932) 2.2. Xaver Scharwenka, Polish-German composer (d. 1924) 3. January 10 – John Wellborn Root, American architect (d. 1891) 4. January 11 – Philipp von Ferrary, Italian stamp collector (d. 1917) 5. January 14 – Pierre Loti, French sailor, writer (d. 1923) 6. January 15 6.1. Mihai Eminescu, Romanian romantic poet (d. 1889) 6.2....

    March–April

    1. March 6 – Sagen Ishizuka, Japanese physician, dietitian (d. 1909) 2. March 7 2.1. Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, President of Czechoslovakia (d. 1937) 2.2. Champ Clark, American politician (d. 1921) 3. March 9 3.1. Josias von Heeringen, German general (d. 1926) 3.2. Sir Hamo Thornycroft, British sculptor (d. 1925) 4. March 10 – Spencer Gore, British tennis player, cricketer (d. 1906) 5. March 13 – Sir Hugh John Macdonald, premier of Manitoba (d. 1929) 6. March 26 – Edward Bellamy, American author...

    May–June

    1. May 1 – Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, British prince and Governor General of Canada (d. 1942) 2. May 3 – Johnny Ringo, American cowboy (d. 1882) 3. May 7 – Anton Seidl, Hungarian conductor (d. 1898) 4. May 8 – Ross Barnes, American baseball player (d. 1915) 5. May 10 – Sir Thomas Lipton, Scottish merchant, yachtsman (d. 1931) 6. May 12 6.1. Henry Cabot Lodge, American statesman (d. 1924) 6.2. Charles McLaren, 1st Baron Aberconway, Scottish politician and jurist (d. 1934)...

    January–March

    1. January 17 – Elizabeth Simcoe, English-born wife of John Graves Simcoe (b. 1762) 2. January 2 – Manuel de la Peña y Peña, interim President of Mexico (b. 1789) 3. January 20 – Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger, Danish poet, playwright (b. 1779) 4. January 22 4.1. William Joseph Chaminade, French Catholic priest (b. 1761) 4.2. Saint Vincent Pallotti, Italian missionary (b. 1795) 5. January 26 – Francis Jeffrey, Scottish judge, literary critic (b. 1773) 6. January 27 6.1. Philipp Röth, German comp...

    April–June

    1. April 7 – William Lisle Bowles, English poet, critic (b. 1762) 2. April 9 – William Prout, English chemist, physician (b. 1785) 3. April 11 – Raja Nara Singh, regent of Manipur (b. 1792) 4. April 12 – Adoniram Judson, American Baptist missionary (b. 1788) 5. April 16 – Marie Tussaud, French wax sculptor (b. 1761) 6. April 17 – Jan Krukowiecki, Polish general (b. 1772) 7. April 22 – Friedrich Robert Faehlmann, Estonian philologist, physician (b. 1798) 8. April 23 – William Wordsworth, Engli...

    July–September

    1. July 2 – Robert Peel, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1788) 2. July 4 – William Kirby, English entomologist (b. 1759) 3. July 7 – Timothy Hackworth, British steam locomotive engineer (b. 1786) 4. July 8 – Prince Adolphus of the United Kingdom, 1st Duke of Cambridge (b. 1774) 5. July 9 5.1. The Báb, Persian founder of the Bábí Faith (executed by a firing squad) (b. 1819) 5.2. Zachary Taylor, 12th President of the United States (b. 1784) 5.3. Jean-Pierre Boyer, President of Haiti (b...

  8. 1812 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 1 – The Allgemeines bürgerliches Gesetzbuch (the Austrian civil code) enters into force in the Austrian Empire. 2. January 19 – During the Peninsular War the breach of the French-held fortress of Ciudad Rodrigo is stormed by the Anglo-Portuguese Army under the Earl of Wellington 3. February 7 – The last New Madrid earthquake strikes New Madrid, Missouri, with an estimated moment magnitudeof over 8. 4. February 12 – Napoleon authorizes the usage of Mesures usuelles, the basis of the...

    April–June

    1. April 4 – U.S. President James Madison enacts a 90-day embargoon trade with the United Kingdom. 2. April 8 – The capital of Finland is moved from Turku to Helsinki, when Russia's Tsar Alexander I signs an edict moving the Government Council of the Grand Duchy of Finland. 3. April 30 – Louisianais admitted as the 18th U.S. state. 4. May 11 – John Bellingham assassinates British Prime Minister Spencer Perceval, in the lobby of the British House of Commons. 5. May 16 – Russian Field Marshal M...

    July–September

    1. July 12 – Americans invade Canada at Windsor, Ontario. 2. July 18 – Russia's Patriotic War – Battle of Klyastitsy: Kulnev defeats Oudinot, but sustains a mortal wound. 3. July 22 – Peninsular War – Battle of Salamanca: British forces led by Lord Wellington defeat French troops near Salamanca, Spain. 4. August 5 – War of 1812: Tecumseh's Indian force ambushes Thomas Van Horne's 200 Americans at Brownstone Creek, causing them to flee and retreat. 5. August 12 – Peninsular War: The combined E...

    January 6 – Melchora Aquino, Filipino revolutionary hero (d. 1919)
    January 13 – Victor de Laprade, French poet, critic (d. 1883)
    February 3 – William Fraser Tolmie, Scottish-Canadian scientist, politician (d. 1886)
    February 7 – Charles Dickens, English writer (d. 1870)
    January 23 – Robert Craufurd, British general (mortally wounded in battle) (b. 1764)
    February 2 – Isaac Titsingh, Dutch scholar, merchant-trader and ambassador (b. 1745)
    March 7 – Isaac Swainson, English botanist (b. 1746)
    March 11 – Philip James de Loutherbourg, English artist (b. 1740)

    Louis Heilprin (1885). "Chronological Table of Universal History". Historical Reference Book. New York: D. Appleton and Company – via Hathi Trust. 1812

  9. Estimates of historical world population - Wikipedia

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    As a general rule, the confidence of estimates on historical world population decreases for the more distant past.Robust population data exist only for the last two or three centuries. Until the late 18th century, few governments had ever performed an accurate census. In many early attempts, such as in Ancient Egypt and the Persian Empire, the focus was on counting merely a subset of the population for purposes of taxation or military service. Published estimates for the 1st century ("AD 1") suggest uncertainty of the order of 50% (estimates range between 150 and 330 million).Some estimates extend their timeline into deep prehistory, to "10,000 BC", i.e. the early Holocene, when world population estimates range roughly between one and ten million (with an uncertainty of up to an order of magnitude). Estimates for yet deeper prehistory, into the Paleolithic, are of a different nature. At this time human populations consisted entirely of non-sedentary hunter-gatherer populations, with...

    Before 1950

    The following table uses astronomical year numbering for dates, negative numbers corresponding roughly to the corresponding year BC (for example, −10000 = 10,001 BC, etc.). The table starts counting around the Late Glacial Maximumperiod, in which ice retreated and humans started to spread into the northern hemisphere. From the beginning of the early modern period until the 20th century, world population has been characterized by a faster-than-exponential growth.For the period of Classical Ant...

    1950 to present

    For times after World War II, demographic data of some accuracy becomes available for a significant number of countries, and population estimates are often given as grand totals of numbers (typically given by country) of widely diverging accuracies. Some sources give these numbers rounded to the nearest million or the nearest thousand, while others give them without any rounding. Taking these numbers at face value wouldbe false precision; in spite of being stated to four, seven or even ten di...

    Population estimates for world regions based on Maddison (2007),in millions.The row showing total world population includes the average growth rate per year over the period separating each column from the preceding one.

  10. 1820 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 1 – Trienio Liberal in Spain: A constitutionalist military insurrection at Cádizleads to the summoning of the Spanish Parliament (March 7). 2. January 20 – Indiana University Bloomingtonis founded as the Indiana State Seminary (renamed Indiana College in 1846). 3. January 27 (NS) – History of Antarctica: An Imperial Russian Navy expedition, led by Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen in Vostok with Mikhail Petrovich Lazarev, sights the Antarctic ice sheet. 4. January 29 – George IV o...

    April–June

    1. April – Hans Christian Ørsted discovers the relationship between electricity and magnetism. 2. April 1 – A proclamation, signed "By order of the Committee of Organisation for forming a Provisional Government", begins the "Radical War" in Scotland. 3. April 8 – The statue of the Venus de Milo (Aphrodite of Milos, c.150 BC-125 BC) is discovered on the Greek island of Milos, by a peasant named Yorgos Kentrotas. 4. April 12 – Alexander Ypsilantis is declared leader of Filiki Eteria, a secret o...

    July–September

    1. July – A revolt under Guglielmo Pepe forces Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies to sign a constitution modeled on the Spanish Constitution of 1812. 2. July 20 – Saint Cronan's Boys' National School opens in Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland under the title Bray Male School. It is the oldest school in Bray, and its notable pupils will include President of Ireland Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh. 3. July 26 – Union Chain Bridge, a wrought iron suspension bridge designed by Captain Samuel Brown, opens across the Ri...

    January–June

    1. January 10 – Louisa Lane Drew, actress, prominent theater manager, grandmother of the Barrymores(d. 1897) 2. January 17 – Anne Brontë, English author (d. 1849) 3. January 20 – Alexandre-Émile Béguyer de Chancourtois, French chemist and mineralogist (d. 1886) 4. January 31 – Concepción Arenal, Spanish feminist writer, activist (d. 1893) 5. February 1 – George Hendric Houghton, American Protestant Episcopal clergyman (d. 1897) 6. February 6 – Thomas C. Durant, American railroad financier (d....

    July–December

    1. July 5 – William John Macquorn Rankine, Scottish physicist, engineer (d. 1872) 2. July 9 – John Wright Oakes, landscape painter(d. 1887) 3. July 22 – Oliver Mowat, Canadian lawyer, politician (d. 1903) 4. July 23 – Julia Gardiner Tyler, First Lady of the United States(d. 1889) 5. September 17 5.1. Émile Augier, French dramatist (d. 1889) 5.2. Earl van Dorn, American Confederate general (d. 1863) 6. September 20 – John F. Reynolds, American general (d. 1863) 7. September 27 – Wilhelm Siegmu...

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    1. Song Qing, Chinese general (d. 1902)

    January–June

    1. January 17 – Daniel Albert Wyttenbach, Swiss-born academic (b. 1746) 2. January 29 – King George III of the United Kingdom(b. 1738) 3. February 5 – William Drennan, Irish physician, poet and radical politician (b. 1754) 4. February 11 – Karl von Fischer, German architect (b. 1782) 5. February 14 – Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Berry, French noble (stabbed) (b. 1778) 6. March 11 – Benjamin West, Anglo-American painter of historical scenes (b. 1738) 7. March 22 – Stephen Decatur, American sailo...

    July–December

    1. August 9 – Anders Sparrman, Swedish naturalist (b. 1748) 2. August 12 – Manuel Lisa, Spanish-born American fur trader (b. 1772) 3. September 2 – Jiaqing Emperor, Chinese emperor (b. 1760) 4. September 3 – Benjamin Latrobe, English architect (b. 1764) 5. September 4 – Timothy Brown, English banker, merchant and radical (b. 1743/1744) 6. September 16 – Nguyễn Du, Vietnamese poet (b. 1766) 7. September 18 – Mariana Joaquina Pereira Coutinho, Portuguese courtier, salonnière (b. 1748) 8. Septem...

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