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  1. 1807 - Wikipedia

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    1807 (MDCCCVII) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar, the 1807th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 807th year of the 2nd millennium, the 7th year of the 19th century, and the 8th year of the 1800s decade.

  2. Battle of Copenhagen (1807) - Wikipedia

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    The Second Battle of Copenhagen (or the Bombardment of Copenhagen) (16 August – 5 September 1807) was a British bombardment of the Danish capital, Copenhagen, in order to capture or destroy the Dano-Norwegian fleet during the Napoleonic Wars. The incident led to the outbreak of the Anglo-Russian War of 1807, which ended with the Treaty of ...

    • British victory, Danish navy surrendered to the United Kingdom
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  4. 1808 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 1 1.1. The importation of slaves into the United States is banned, as the 1806 Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves takes effect; African slaves continue to be imported into Cuba, and until the island abolishes slavery in 1865, half a million slaves will arrive on the island. 1.2. Sierra Leonebecomes a British Crown Colony. 2. January 12 2.1. The organizational meeting leading to the creation of the Wernerian Natural History Society, a Scottish learned society, is held in Edinburg...

    April–June

    1. April 1.1. A volcano erupts from an unknown location in the western Pacific. This causes a localized drop in marine air temperatures during this year and a worldwide drop in marine air temperature for the following decade. 1.2. Prussian philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte publishes his Addresses to the German Nation, having delivered them over the winter at the Prussian Academy of Sciencesin Berlin before crowded audiences. 2. April 6 – John Jacob Astor incorporates the American Fur Company...

    July–September

    1. July 5 – Wooster, Ohio, established and named for General Wooster. 2. July 8 – Joseph Bonaparte approves the Bayonne Statute, a royal charter intended as the basis for his rule as King of Spain, during the Peninsular War. 3. July 14 – Finnish War: Swedish troops under Colonel Adlercreutz force the Russians to withdraw in Lapua. 4. July 22 – Battle of Bailén: French General Dupont surrenders to Spanish irregular forces. 5. August 1 – Peninsular War: British expeditionary force lands near Po...

    January–June

    1. January 6 – Joseph Pitty Couthouy, American naval officer (d. 1864) 2. January 13 – Salmon P. Chase, American politician, Chief Justice of the United States(d. 1873) 3. January 19 – Lysander Spooner, American philosopher (d. 1887) 4. January 27 – David Strauss, German theologian (d. 1874) 5. February 5 – Carl Spitzweg, German painter (d. 1885) 6. February 26 – Honoré Daumier, French painter, illustrator and sculptor (d. 1879) 7. March 1 – Edward "Ned" Kendall, American bandleader, instrume...

    July–December

    1. July 9 – Alexander William Doniphan, American lawyer, military leader (d. 1887) 2. July 16 – Daniel Wells Jr., American politician (d. 1902) 3. September 7 – William Lindley, English sanitary engineer (d. 1900) 4. September 9 – Wendela Hebbe, Swedish journalist (d. 1899) 5. September 12 – August von Werder, Prussian general (d. 1887) 6. September 15 – John Hutton Balfour, Scottish botanist (d. 1884) 7. September 29 – Henry Bennett, American politician (d. 1868) 8. October 6 – King Frederic...

    January–June

    1. January 4 – Prince Benedetto, Duke of Chablais, Italian general in the French Revolution(b. 1741) 2. January 5 – Alexei Grigoryevich Orlov, Russian soldier and statesman (b. 1737) 3. January 8 – William Linn, American President of Queen's College) (b. 1752) 4. February 12 – Anna Maria Bennett, English novelist (d. 1750) 5. February 14 – John Dickinson, American lawyer, governor of Delaware and Pennsylvania (b. 1732) 6. March 13 – King Christian VII of Denmark(b. 1749) 7. May 18 – Elijah Cr...

    July–December

    1. September 3 – John Montgomery, American delegate to the Continental Congress (b. 1722) 2. September 5 – John Home, Scottish writer (b. 1722) 3. September 6 – Louis-Pierre Anquetil, French historian (b. 1723) 4. September 13 – Saverio Bettinelli, Italian writer (b. 1718) 5. September 17 – Benjamin Bourne, American politician (b. 1755) 6. October 1 – Carl Gotthard Langhans, German architect (b. 1732) 7. October 9 – John Claiborne, American politician (b. 1777) 8. November 3 – Theophilus Lind...

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    1. Omie Wise, American subject of a murder ballad(b. 1789) 2. Urszula Zamoyska, Polish noblewoman and socialite (b. 1750)

  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. 1807 - Wikipédia

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    1807 () inggih punika warsa biasa sané katutug rahina Wraspati ring kaléndér Grégorian lan warsa biasa sané katutug rahina Anggara ring kaléndér Julian, warsa ka-1807 ring kaucapang Masehi (M) miwah Anno Domini (AD), warsa ka-807 ring Milenium ka-2, warsa ka-7 ring Abad ka-19, miwah warsa ka- 8 ring dékade 1800-an.

  7. Dariusz caballeros: Battle of Eylau AD 1807 anniversary

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    Feb 08, 2015 · today we have the anniversary of the battle of Eylau AD 1807, one of the bloodiest battles of the Napoleonic Wars - article at Wikipedia. Napoleon's Campaing in Poland, 1806-7 - an entire book from archive.org This two-day battle, without a clear winner, is famous for the huge charge of the French cavalry.

  8. 1877 - Wikipedia

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    January–March

    1. January 1 – Queen Victoria is proclaimed Empress of India by the Royal Titles Act 1876, introduced by Benjamin Disraeli, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. 2. January 8 – Great Sioux War of 1876 – Battle of Wolf Mountain: Crazy Horse and his warriors fight their last battle with the United States Cavalry in Montana. 3. January 20 – The Conference of Constantinople ends, with Ottoman Turkeyrejecting proposals of internal reform and Balkan provisions. 4. January 29 – The Satsuma Rebel...

    April–June

    1. April 10 – The first human cannonball act in the British Isles, and perhaps the world, is performed by 14-year-old Rossa Matilda Richter ("Zazel") at the London Royal Aquarium. 2. April 12 2.1. The United Kingdom annexes the South African Republic, violating the Sand River Convention of 1852, causing a new Xhosa War. 2.2. The University of Tokyo is officially established in Japan. 3. April 24 – Russo-Turkish War (1877–1878): Russia declares war on the Ottoman Empire. 4. May 5 – Great Sioux...

    July–September

    1. July – The serial publication of Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina is concluded, in The Russian Messenger. 2. July 9 – The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club begins its first lawn tennis tournament at Wimbledon. 3. July 16 – Great Railroad Strike of 1877: Riots by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad railroad workers in Baltimore lead to a sympathy strike and rioting in Pittsburgh, and a full-scale worker's rebellion in St. Louis, briefly establishing a Communist government, before U.S. President R...

    January–March

    1. January 2 – Slava Raškaj, Croatian painter (d. 1906) 2. January 3 – Josephine Hull, American actress (d. 1957) 3. January 17 – Marie Zdeňka Baborová-Čiháková, Czech botanist and zoologist (d. 1937) 4. January 22 – Hjalmar Schacht, German economist, politician and banker (d. 1970) 5. January 24 – Louise van den Plas, Belgian suffragist, activist (d. 1968) 6. January 26 – Kees van Dongen, Dutch-French painter (d. 1968) 7. February 4 – Eddie Cochems, father of the forward pass in American foo...

    April–June

    1. April 7 – Isabella Mary Macdonald, granddaughter of Canadian Prime Minister John A. Macdonald (d. 1959) 2. April 15 – Georg Kolbe, German sculptor (d. 1947) 3. April 17 – Lionel Pape, English actor (d. 1944) 4. April 23 – Charles D. Herron, United States Army general (d. 1977) 5. April 30 – Alice B. Toklas, American writer (d. 1967) 6. May 3 – Karl Abraham, German psychoanalyst (d. 1925) 7. May 5 – Halfdan Egedius, Norwegian painter, illustrator (d. 1899) 8. May 23 – Grace Ingalls, younges...

    July–September

    1. July 2 1.1. Rinaldo Cuneo, American artist ("the painter of San Francisco") (d. 1939) 1.2. Hermann Hesse, German-born writer, Nobel Prize laureate (d. 1962) 2. July 6 – Arnaud Massy, French golfer (d. 1950) 3. July 13 – Erik Scavenius, Prime Minister of Denmark (d. 1962) 4. July 17 – Ernst von Dohnányi, Hungarian conductor (d. 1960) 5. July 19 5.1. Cécile Brunschvicg, French politician (d. 1946) 5.2. Arthur Fielder, English cricketer (d. 1949) 6. July 31 – Louisa Bolus, South African botan...

    January–June

    1. January 1 – Karl von Urban, Austrian field marshal (suicide) (b. 1802) 2. January 2 – Alexander Bain, Scottish inventor (b. 1811) 3. January 4 – Cornelius Vanderbilt, American entrepreneur (b. 1794) 4. January 20 – Dato Maharajalela Lela, Malaynationalist 5. February 18 – Henrietta A. Bingham, American editor (b. 1841) 6. February 20 – Louis M. Goldsborough, United States Navy admiral (b. 1805) 7. February 25 – Jung Bahadur Rana, Nepalese ruler (b. 1817) 8. March 1 – Antoni Patek, Polish w...

    July–December

    1. July 16 – Samuel McLean, American congressman (b. 1826) 2. July 27 – John Frost, British Chartist leader (b. 1784) 3. August 2 – Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz, Prussian field marshal Urdu (b. 1796) 4. August 8 – William Lovett, British Chartist leader (b. 1800) 5. August 17 – Isaac Aaron, English-born physician, owner of the Australian Medical Journal and secretary of the Australian Medical Association (b. 1804) 6. August 29 – Brigham Young, American Mormon leader (b. 1801) 7. August 30 – R...

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    1. Nicolae Golescu, 9th Prime Minister of Romania (b. 1810)

    1877 Annual Cyclopedia (1878)highly detailed coverage of "Political, Military, and Ecclesiastical Affairs; Public Documents; Biography, Statistics, Commerce, Finance, Literature, Science, Agricultu...
    Bellesiles, Michael A. (2010). 1877: America's Year of Living Violently. New York: New Press. ISBN 9781595584410.
  9. 1807 - Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas

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    1807 () adalah tahun biasa yang diawali hari Kamis dalam kalender Gregorian dan tahun biasa yang diawali hari Selasa dalam kalender Julian, tahun ke-1807 dalam sebutan Masehi (CE) dan Anno Domini (AD), tahun ke-807 pada Milenium ke-2, tahun ke-7 pada Abad ke-19, dan tahun ke- 8 pada dekade 1800-an.

  10. 新教传教士与近代中国(1807-1953) - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    • 1807-1842年传教士活动
    • 1842-1900年传教范围扩大
    • 在华传教士生活状况
    • 女传教士
    • 翻译圣经
    • 反对鸦片
    • 反裹足
    • 报刊杂志、文学创作、文学翻译
    • 引进西方思想和向西方介绍中国
    • 创建医院

    早年,马礼逊和其他几个在他之后来华的传教士只能留在澳门和广州十三行,传教的困难重重。马礼逊的主要工作是学习汉语,并将圣经翻译到中文,后来他出版了神天圣书。1826年,当时在位的道光皇帝将之前禁止巫术、妖术的法律修订后再次颁布,这新的法律禁止人传播基督教,违者判以死刑。入教的中国人,若不放弃他们的信仰,会被发配到新疆做奴隶。来华的第一位美国新教传教士是裨治文,他于1830年抵达中国广州,他编辑了《中国丛报》。第一位来华的新教医生是美国的伯驾,他在1835年来到广州。他建了一个诊所,医治了很多中国人。

    第一次鸦片战争,中国战败,1842年签订南京条约。当时,既懂中文又懂外文的只有传教士,所以一些传教士参与了条约的翻译工作。根据南京条约,中国开放五个通商口岸:广州、厦门、福州、宁波、上海。传教士得以进入这些通商城市。第二次鸦片战争,英法打败清军,签订北京条约,允许传教士到内陆传教。1859年英国发生了宗教复兴,推动很多人到国外传教,不少英国传教士来到中国。1865年,英国传教士戴德生创立了内地会。当时在华传教士人数很少,几乎是沧海一粟,因此戴德生和其他人呼吁更多传教士前往中国。英美的很多差会响应戴德生的呼吁,也有不少新的差会建立,征召很多人加入,包括很多大学生,成为海外传教士。当时美国的穆迪牧师影响了很多年轻人,促使他们献身宣教事业。此时最著名的差会机构是内地会、伦敦会、美部会。其他差会有浸信会、长老会、卫理公会,等等。在此期间来华的著名传教士是:丁韪良、狄考文、倪维思、明恩溥、理雅各、麦都思等人。剑桥七杰、欧柏林学生团(Oberlin Band)、学生志愿运动在当时的传教运动中也受到了很多人的关注。

    19世纪在华传教士的生活是艰辛的,很多人或因健康不佳或因压力过大而中途辞职,学习中文的过程是非常漫长而艰难的。在内地会派出的首批五十三个传教士当中,只有二十二位还留在宣教工作中,而在这些人中间,只有四五个男人和三四个女人身体状况还比较好。虽然十九世纪来华的传教士大多数是健康的年轻人,但有一半人在十年之内就已经辞职或死亡。健康原因是他们辞职的主要原因。据估算,传教士所生儿女的死亡率是英国乡村家庭所生儿女死亡率的三倍。到十九世纪晚期,传教士更加了解中国的生活情况,而且来华医生也增加很多,所以他们的生活条件有所改善。

    起初,很多差会只派出结婚的夫妻或单身男子做传教士,不接受单身女子做传教士,因为觉得她们的安全无法保障,后来此种状况发生了变化。第一个来华的单身女传教士是英国的艾迪綏,1844年她在宁波创建了一所女子学校,名为宁波女塾。后来,女传教士(单身和已婚)的数量超过了男传教士,到1919年,美国循道宗和公理会所差派的女传教士是男传教士的两倍多。当时,由于中国文化,男传教士无法与中国的女人接触,所以向她们传道就是女传教士的责任。此外,女传教士也管理女子学校,女传教士医生也为女人看病。在反对女子裹足的运动中,女传教士扮演了主要的角色。

    天主教虽然在明朝就来到了中国,但是他们并不重视圣经,所以一直没有翻译中文圣经,直到1968年才翻译了自己的思高本圣经。但是新教历来重视圣经,视之为绝对权威,所以新教传教士一进入中国,就开始翻译圣经。马礼逊在1807年来到中国之后不久,就着手翻译新约和旧约。 文言文圣经 19世紀初,浸信会的馬士曼在印度塞蘭坡翻譯聖經,其同工是拉沙,1811年譯畢新約,1822年舊約亦告成,並於同年出版《新舊遺詔全書》,这就是马士曼译本,是新教最早出版的中文聖經。同一時候,馬禮遜和米憐亦在廣州翻譯聖經,1813年出版新約,1823年出版舊約,定名為《神天聖書》。 19世纪30年代,麥都思、郭士立、裨治文及馬禮遜兒子馬儒翰修訂馬禮遜譯本,麥都思負責新約,郭士立負責舊約。1835年新約譯畢,1837年出版,名為《新遺詔書》,而舊約則在1838年出版。后来郭士立又多次修订麥都思的新約,改名為《救世主耶稣新遺詔書》。 浸信會的高德後來修訂了馬士曼的譯本,与1853年出版新约,高德去世后,怜为仁译完了旧约,稱為高德譯本。 1843年傳教士在香港召開會議,決定成立委員會翻译聖經,此譯本稱為委辦譯本。1850年新約出版。期间,傳教士就God譯名當用「上帝」或是「神」起爭論,委員會於是分裂。麥都思、等傳教士以「上帝」為譯名,繼續翻譯舊約,1853年完工,1854年出版,仍稱委辦譯本。 裨治文與克陛存、文惠廉等美國傳教士退出委办翻译委員會,主張用「神」為譯名,另行翻譯聖經,即裨治文文理译本,於1862年出版。 施約瑟在19世紀末獨自一人將新舊約翻譯成文理聖經,稱為二指版聖經。包尔腾和白漢理也將新約翻譯成文理聖經;楊格非也曾自行翻譯文理新約。中國各地傳教士,亦有從文理聖經翻譯為當地方言。 1890年在上海召开的传教士大会决定翻译一部各方接受的和合译本,包括文理版和官话版。1919年文理和合本问世。 白话文聖經 1. 南京官話:麥都思、施敦力將文理委辦譯本的新約改為南京官話,1857年出版新约,是第一本、也是惟一的一本南京官話聖經。 2. 北京官話:1872年,北京翻译委员会(施约瑟、丁韪良、白汉理、包约翰、艾约瑟)翻译和出版了北京官话新约全书,1874年,施约瑟独自一人翻译并出版北京官话旧约全书。1978年,英国圣经公会将两者合在一起出版,即北京官话新旧約全书。 3. 杨格非官话新约:1889年,英...

    19世纪,鸦片贸易为英国带来了丰厚的利润。早期传教士中,发声谴责鸦片贸易的有美国传教士裨治文,其他人的态度则不明确。也因着美国传教士的努力,所以在1844年中美签订的望厦条约禁止美国商人从事鸦片贸易。美国杜步西在中国目睹鸦片造成的灾难,与柏乐文等传教士和基督教医疗工作者成立中国禁烟会。杜步西担任首任会长。该禁烟会通过在华传教士医生收集了关于鸦片危害的大量数据;1899年,该禁烟会出版了影响深远的书籍《一百多医生对华人吸食鸦片的意见》(Opinions of Over 100 Physicians on the Use of Opium in China)。该书阐述了禁烟会的宗旨,陈言鸦片的危害,最终影响了公众舆论反对这项贸易。终于,杜步西获得了美国总统西奥多·罗斯福、美国国会和万国禁烟会的支持。1906年,中国禁烟会取得成功,英国国会声明鸦片贸易是“道德上没有辩护余地的”。杜步西征集了一份超过1000名在华传教士签名的请愿书,上书给光绪皇帝。皇帝下诏,禁止鸦片的贸易和吸食。

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