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    1722 ( MDCCXXII) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1722nd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 722nd year of the 2nd millennium, the 22nd year of the 18th century, and the 3rd year of the 1720s decade.

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    Az év témái 1722 az irodalomban 1722 a tudományban Születések január 28. – Johann Ernst Bach, német zeneszerző († 1777) július 25. – Fellner Jakab, építész († 1780) november 15. – Deccard János Vilmos, orvos, költő († 1778) Halálozások március 11. – John Toland, angol materialista filozófus, szabadgondolkodó és író (* 1670) június 16.

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    • Events
    • New Books
    • Births
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    January 27 – Daniel Defoe's novel Moll Flanders is published anonymously in London under its full title: The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was Born in Newgate, and d...
    March – Defoe's A Journal of the Plague Year is published under the initials H. F., purporting to be an eyewitness account of the Great Plague of Londonin 1665.
    August 24 – Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, is arrested in his deanery and confined in the Tower of London, accused of leading the Jacobite "Atterbury Plot" in support of the pretender to t...
    September–October – Voltaire and Jean-Baptiste Rousseau meet and quarrel at Brussels.

    Prose

    1. Penelope Aubin (fiction) 1.1. The Life and Amorous Adventures of Lucinda 1.2. The Noble Slaves 2. Phanuel Bacon – The Kite 3. Daniel Bellamy – The Cambro-Britannic Engineer 4. Thomas Cooke – Marlborough(written after his death) 5. Samuel Croxall – Fables of Aesop and Others, newly done into English with an Application to each Fable 6. Daniel Defoe 6.1. Moll Flanders 6.2. A Journal of the Plague Year 6.3. Colonel Jack 6.4. Due Preparations for the Plague 6.5. Religious Courtship 7. John Den...

    Children

    1. Samuel Croxall – Fables of Aesopand Others

    Drama

    1. Henry Carey – Hanging and Marriage 2. Susanna Centlivre – The Artifice 3. Ludvig Holberg 3.1. Jean de France eller Hans Frandsen 3.2. Jeppe paa Bjerget eller den forvandlede Bonde (Jeppe of the Hill, or The Transformed Peasant) 3.3. Mester Gert Westphaler 3.4. Den Politiske Kandestøber (The Political Tinker) 3.5. Den Vægelsindede (The Weathervane) 4. Pierre de Marivaux – La Surprise de l'amour 5. Ambrose Philips – The Briton 6. William Phillips – Hibernia Freed 7. Archibald Pitcairne – The...

    February 24 – John Burgoyne, English dramatist, army officer and politician (died 1792)
    February 26 – Mary Leapor, English working-class poet (died 1746)
    April – Joseph Warton, English poet and critic (died 1800)
    April 11 – Christopher Smart, English poet (died 1771)
    January 23 – Henri de Boulainvilliers, French historian (born 1658)
    March 11 – John Toland, Irish philosopher (born 1670)
    August – Robert Sibbald, Scottish antiquary (born 1641)
    September 11 – Johann Michael Heineccius, German theologian (born 1674)
  4. The year 1722 in science and technology involved some significant events. Contents 1 Chemistry 2 Exploration 3 Mathematics 4 Meteorology 5 Physics 6 Technology 7 Births 8 Deaths 9 References Chemistry [ edit]

    • Events
    • Classical Music
    • Opera
    • Births
    • Deaths
    In a staged quarrel, Francesco Maria Veracini comes into conflict with Johann David Heinichen and the singer Senesino, ending with his leaping from a third storey window. He will walk with a limp f...
    Johann Friedrich Fasch is appointed Kapellmeister at Zerbst, where he will remain for the rest of his life.
    January 18 – Antonio Rodríguez de Hita, composer (d. 1787)
    January 28 – Johann Ernst Bach II, composer (d. 1777)
    June 30 – Jiří Antonín Benda, composer (d. 1795)
    October 2 – Leopold Widhalm, luthier
    April 16 – Johann Jacob Bach, musician and composer (b. 1682)
    June 5 – Johann Kuhnau, composer (born 1660)
    July 11 – Johann Joseph Vilsmayr, violinist and composer (b. 1663)
    November 24 – Johann Adam Reincken, organist (born 1623)
  5. 14 July – Jean-Pierre du Teil, general (died 1794) 23 July. Anne-Catherine de Ligniville, Madame Helvétius, salon holder (died 1800) Antoine Petit, physician (died 1794) 11 November – Nicolas Antoine Boulanger, philosopher (died 1759) 22 November – Marc Antoine René de Voyer, ambassador and Minister of War (died 1787) 1 December ...

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