Historical Events In 1795
Friday, 17 January 2020
Mar 28 On this day in history nootka Sound BC, the Spanish evacuate trading post at Friendly Cove to British.
Mar 28 On this day in history partitions of Poland: The Duchy of Courland, a northern fief of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, ceases to exist and becomes part of Imperial Russia.
Mar 29 In the year 1795 beethoven (24) debuts as pianist in Vienna
Apr 05 Henry Havelock, British soldier (War in Afghanistan 1838-39) in the year 1795.
Apr 07 France adopts the metre as the basic measure of length in the year 1795.
Apr 12 Rainieri de Calzabigi, Italian literary, dies at 80 on this day in history.
Apr 19 Christian Gottfried Ehrenburg, German zoologist in the year 1795.
Apr 21 Vincenzo Pallotti, Italian saint on this day in history.
Apr 23 On this day in history william Hastings acquitted in England of high treason
Apr 28 Charles Sturt, England, explorer (Australia) on this day in history.
May 07 In the year 1795 gerhard M Roentgen, industrialist (founder dockyard Fijenoord)
May 10 On this day in history jacques-Nicolas-Augustin Thierry, historian
May 13 Joshua Ratoon Sands, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1883 in the year 1795.
May 15 In the year 1795 adolf B Marx, German music theorist
May 16 Hedges Treaty Bataafse Republic becomes French vassel state in the year 1795.
May 16 In the year 1795 hedges Treaty: Bataafse Republic becomes French vassel state
May 19 Johns Hopkins, philanthropist, founded Johns Hopkins University in the year 1795.
May 19 In the year 1795 josiah Bartlett, US physician/judge (signed Decl of Ind), dies at 65
May 20 Ignác Martinovics, Hungarian physicist/revolutionary, beheaded in the year 1795.
May 23 In the year 1795 charles Barry, architect
Jun 06 In the year 1795 fire destroy 1/3 of Copenhagen; 18,000 injured
Jun 08 On this day in history louis XVII Charles, king of France (1793-95), dies at 10
Jun 12 On this day in history john Marston Jr, Comm (Union Navy), died in 1885
Jun 13 In the year 1795 thomas Arnold, English educator/historian (History of Rome)
Jun 24 US & Great Britain sign Jay Treaty, 1st US extradition treaty on this day in history.
Jul 01 John Rutledge becomes 2nd chief justice of Supreme Court in the year 1795.
Jul 06 Georg Gottfried Petri, composer, dies at 79 on this day in history.
Jul 09 James Swan pays off the $2,024,899 US national debt in the year 1795.
Jul 15 "Marseillaise" becomes French national anthem in the year 1795.
Jul 15 The 'Marseillaise' is adopted as the French national anthem on this day in history.
Jul 25 James Barry, female disguised as a man, surgeon general (British army) in the year 1795.
Jul 25 In the year 1795 the first stone of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is laid.
Jul 27 In the year 1795 spain & France sign peace treaty
Jul 31 In the year 1795 jose B da Gama, Portuguese poet (East Uraguay), dies at 54