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Year of the Fire sheep丁未( at the beginning of the year Fire Horse丙午)
Syria: 2038/39 ( the year in October )
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- 2.2 Second half of
- 2.3 day unknown
- 2.4 Exact date of birth unknown
Politics and World Affairs
- September 20: The previously all-powerful adviser at the Imperial Alexander Danilovich Menshikov was arrested and exiled with his family to Siberia.
- October 21: In the first Treaty of Kjachta between China and Russia, among others, the border between the two kingdoms is defined and regulated cross-border trade.
UK / Spain
- The St. Petersburgische newspaper, the oldest German-language newspaper, is founded.
- Francisco de Mello Palheta smuggles the first coffee beans to Brazil.
- January 7: World premiere of the drama Lucio Vero, imperator di Roma by Attilio Ariosti at the King's Theatre in London.
- February 6: premiere of the opera Don Quixote in corte della duchessa by Antonio Caldara at the Teatrino di Corte in Vienna.
- April 11: The St. Matthew Passion by Johann Sebastian Bach has its world premiere at the St. Thomas Church in Leipzig.
- October 21: Premiere of the opera Teuzzone Attilio Ariosti at King's Theatre in London.
- The Teutschübende Poetic company will re-founded under the name of German society. Target, based in Leipzig Linguistic Society is the Konstruierung a cleaned of foreign words and free of stains on regional dialectal German unification language.
- Electress Maria Amalia of Bavaria laid the foundation stone for the monastery church of St. Anna im Lehel. Architect of the monastery church, built before 1733, Johann Michael Fischer.
First half year
- JANUARY 12: Bernhard Stoeger, German Catholic theologian and philosopher († 1815)
- FEBRUARY 25: Armand -Louis Couperin, French composer and organist († 1789)
- March 04: Martin Planta, Swiss clergyman and educator († 1772)
- 07 March: André Morellet, French economist and writer († 1819)
- March 14: Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, German harpsichordist and organist († 1756 )
- March 19: Ferdinand Berthoud, watchmakers of the 18th century († 1807)
- MARCH 28: Maximilian III. Joseph, Elector of Bavaria († 1777)
- April 05: Friedrich Wilhelm von Westphalen, Prince-Bishop of Hildesheim and Paderborn ( † 1789)
- 07 April: Michel Adanson, a French botanist, ethnologist and naturalist († 1806)
- APRIL 10: Samuel Heinicke, German educator and inventor of the German method of deaf education († 1790)
- APRIL 20: Claude Florimond of Mercy- Argenteau, Austrian diplomat († 1794)
- April 25: Pasquale Anfossi, Italian conductor and composer († 1797)
- APRIL 29: Jean Georges Noverre, French dancer and choreographer († 1810)
- 01 June: Diego José Abad, Spanish Jesuit, writer, educator and humanist († 1779)
- June 15: Charlotte Elisabeth fog, German poet and hymn writer edification († 1761)
Second half- year
- JULY 22: François Thurot, French privateer and naval officer († 1760)
- October 02: Johann Ignaz Schiffermueller, Austrian zoologist († 1806)
- 09 October: Étienne Charles de Loménie de Brienne, French politician and cleric († 1794)
- November 22: Ercole III. d' Este, son of Duke Francesco III. d' Este († 1803)
- November 26: Artemas Ward, American army officer in the War of Independence and politician ( † 1800)
- Ahmad Shah, Emperor of the North Indian Mughal Empire († 1774)
Exact date of birth unknown
- Joseph Jones, American politician († 1805)
- February 02: Andreas Gärtner (Sorbian Handrij Zahrodnik ), Elector of Saxony Model Master, scientist and inventor (* 1654)
- April 09: Thomas West, Norwegian Missionary ( * 1682)
- April 11: Heinrich Theobald Schenk, German Protestant theologian and hymn composer (* 1656)
- April 18: Matthias Steinl, Austrian architect and sculptor (c. 1644)
- 08 June: August Hermann Francke, German theologian and social worker (* 1663 )
- June 22: George I, a British king (* 1660)