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    Spain in the 1810s was a country in turmoil. Occupied by Napoleon from 1808 to 1814, a massively destructive "war of independence" ensued, driven by an emergent Spanish nationalism. Already in 1810, the Caracas and Buenos Aires juntas declared their independence from the Bonapartist government in Spain and sent ambassadors to the United Kingdom.

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    The War of 1812between Great Britain and the United States.
    Napoleon defeated at Waterloo in Belgium. (1815)
    Denmark lets Norway go; Norwaydeclares independence.
    James Strang, Mormon. (1813)
    John A. Macdonald, first prime minister of Canada (1815)
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton, American women's rights activist (1815)
    Emperor Francis II (Austria)
    Chancellor Klemens Wenzel von Metternich (Austria)
    King Frederick William III of Prussia (Prussia)
    Jiaqing Emperor (China)
    Paul Revere, silversmith. (1818)
    Jemima Wilkinson, preacher. (1819)
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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.

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    The decade of the 1810s featured the 1810s Atlantic hurricane seasons. While data is not available for every storm that occurred, some parts of the coastline were populated enough to give data of hurricane occurrences. Each season was an ongoing event in the annual cycle of tropical cyclone formation in the Atlantic basin. Most tropical cyclone for...

    I. On July 30 and July 31, this tropical storm affected Jamaica. II. On August 12 a hurricane hit Trinidad, causing heavy damage. The system apparently moved to Jamaica by the 15th. III. A tropical storm hit near Charleston, South Carolina between September 11 and September 13, causing minor damage. IV. A tropical cyclone strikes eastern Cuba on Se...

    I. Macapá, a city in Brazil on the mouth of the Amazon River, on June 7, 1811, saw an intense hurricane with damage to the city being minor as a localized weather event kept the damage to Portuguese military installations. II. A minor hurricane that struck Cuba continued onward to Charleston, South Carolina on September 10, causing many deaths, tor...

    I. Between June 5 and June 11, a tropical storm moved through the northwest Caribbean Sea. II. A tropical cyclone struck Puerto Rico on July 23. III. On August 8, a tropical storm moved into South Carolina.

    I. On 22 July, a hurricane hit Barbados, killing 18. It continued through the Antilles, affecting Puerto Rico on the 23 July, causing more damage and deaths along its path. A major hurricane, probably this same storm, struck the Bahamas on 26 July and recurved west of Bermuda by 29 July. II. A storm moved through the Leeward Islands on 29 July and ...

    I. A minimal hurricane hit South Carolina on July 1, causing 1 tornado. II. A hurricane struck Dominica and Puerto Rico between July 22 and July 24. III. A hurricane affected Bermuda for four days around October 10. {USS Wasp Probably lost in storm}

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    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)
    March 6 – William Washington, United States soldier (born 1752)
    October 13 – John Heath, politician (born 1758)
    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
  4. Charlotte Brontë (April 21, 1816 – March 31, 1855) Philip James Bailey (April 22, 1816 – September 6, 1902) Grace Aguilar (June 1816 – September 16, 1847) Sir John Brown (December 6, 1816 – December 27, 1896) Deaths Samuel Hood (December 12, 1724 – January 27, 1816) Richard Brinsley Sheridan (October 30, 1751 – July 7, 1816)

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