Francisco Solano López, (born July 24, 1826, Asunción, Para.
In 1826, Mason were implicated in the (still unsolved) kidnapping of a New York man who threatened to reveal their secret rites.
Thankfully it was opened to the public in 1826 and today, you’ll find lunching commuters and tourists lounging in the park’s famous stripy deckchairs.
Schleiermacher also gave more general lectures on pedagogy, or the philosophy of education, in 1813–14, 1820–1, and 1826—among which those from 1826 are most fully developed.
His plans went awry, however, and no building was completed until 1826.
Most colonies in North and South America gained freedom between 1776 and 1826.
Hoffmann in his fantasy Mitteilungen aus den Memoiren des Satans (1826–27; “Pronouncements from the Memoirs of Satan”).
Of noble parentage, Baratynsky was expelled from the imperial corps of pages, entered the army, was commissioned, and retired in 1826.
From 1823 to 1826 he was presiding elder of the Vermont district, becoming chaplain of the Vermont legislature in 1826.
Ripley was reared as an orthodox Congregationalist, but he entered the Unitarian ministry after graduating from Harvard Divinity School in 1826.
Following a protracted civil war that began in 1816, the Bārakzay clan became the ruling dynasty of Afghanistan, with its most powerful member, Dōst Moḥammad Khan, ascending the throne in 1826.
With the support of Egyptian sea power, the Ottoman forces successfully invaded the Peloponnese; they furthermore captured Missolonghi in April 1826, the town of Athens (Athína) in August 1826, and…
Locke’s views profoundly influenced many later philosophers and political leaders, including Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), the author of the United States Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States.
More publicly visible were Blake’s engravings of his enormous design of Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Pilgrims (1810), his 22 folio designs for the Book of Job (1826), and his 7 even larger unfinished plates for Dante (1826–27).
René Laënnec, in full René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laënnec, (born February 17, 1781, Quimper, Brittany, France—died August 13, 1826, Kerlouanec), French physician who invented the stethoscope and perfected the art of auditory examination of the chest cavity.
François-Joseph Talma, (born Jan. 16, 1763, Paris—died Oct. 19, 1826, Paris), French actor and theatrical company manager whose reforms in acting styles, stage costuming, and scenery made him a leading precursor of 19th-century French Romanticism and Realism.
Dōst Moḥammad Khān, (born 1793, Afghanistan—died June 9, 1863, Herāt), ruler of Afghanistan (1826–63) and founder of the Bārakzay dynasty, who maintained Afghan independence during a time when the nation was a focus of political struggles between Great Britain and Russia.
Jefferson Bible, original title The Philosophy of Jesus, abridgment of the New Testament compiled by Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826), who rearranged the text of the Gospels into an account of the life and ministry of Jesus that eschews mention of any supernatural or miraculous elements.
Dumont d’Urville’s chief works include (with others) Voyage de la corvette “l’Astrolabe,” 1826–1829 (1830–34; “Voyage of the Corvette ‘Astrolabe,’ 1826–1829”), Voyage au Pole Sud et dans l’Océanie, 1837–1840 (1841–54; “Voyage to the South Pole and in Oceania, 1837–1840”), and An Account in Two Volumes of Two Voyages to the South Seas (1987).
John VI, (born May 13, 1767, Lisbon, Portugal—died March 10, 1826, Lisbon), prince regent of Portugal from 1799 to 1816 and king from 1816 to 1826, whose reign saw the revolutionary struggle in France, the Napoleonic invasion of Portugal (during which he established his court in Brazil), and the implantation of representative government in both Portugal and Brazil.
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