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Historical Events In 1791

Friday, 13 December 2019

Dec 26   In the year 1791 in the British parlimentLondon England, British PM William Pitt passes the Constitutional Act, dividing Quebec along the Ottawa River, into Upper and Lower Canada,  

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Famous Birthdays In 1791

Famous People Born In This Year In History

Jan 06   Jose Melchor Gomiz y Colomer, composer was born on this day in history.  

Jan 08   Jacob Collamer, (Sen-Vt) was born on this day in history.  

Jan 14   On this day in history birth of calvin Phillips, became shortest known adult male (67 cm; 2' 2")  

Jan 15   On this day in history birth of franz Gillparzer, Austrian tragic dramatist (Golden Fleece)  

Feb 01   In the year 1791 birth of charles J Sax, Belgian music instrument builder  

Feb 12   Jan D Zocher Jr, Dutch garden architect (Vondelpark, Amsterdam) was born in the year 1791.  

Feb 12   In the year 1791 birth of peter Cooper, industrialist/philanthropist (Cooper Union)  

Feb 20   Carl Czerny, Vienna Austria, pianist/composer (Schule der Virtuosen) was born in the year 1791.  

Famous Deaths In 1791

Famous People Died In This Year In History

Jan 11   William Williams Pantycelyn, Welsh hymnist (b. 1717) died in the year 1791.  

Feb 16   On this day in history death of richard earl d'Alton, Austria general of S Neth, commits suicide at 58  

Mar 02   John Wesley, English founder of Methodism (b. 1703) died in the year 1791.  

Mar 14   In the year 1791 death of johann Salomo Semler, German historian and Bible commentator (b. 1725)  

Apr 01   On this day in history death of richard Butler American soldier (b. 1743)  

Apr 02   In the year 1791 death of mirabeau, French statesman (b. 1749)  

Apr 19   In the year 1791 richard Price, nonconformist minister/writer (Alabi's World), dies  

May 09   Francis Hopkinson, US writer/music/lawyer, dies at 53 on this day in history.  

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