Historical Events In 1803
Monday, 22 July 2019
Jun 24 Matthew Thornton, Irish/US physician/signer (Decl of Ind), dies at 88 on this day in history.
Jul 04 The Louisiana Purchase is announced to the American people in the year 1803.
Jul 05 On this day in history the convention of Artlenburg leads to the French occupation of Hanover (which had been ruled by the British king).
Jul 05 On this day in history william Jackson, composer, dies at 73
Jul 09 Navigator Matthew Flinders returns to Sydney after voyage around Australia in the brig Investigator on this day in history.
Jul 14 In the year 1803 esteban Salas y Castro, composer, dies
Jul 20 On this day in history jakob Zeugheer, composer
Jul 23 Arthur Wolfe, 1st viscount Kilwarden/Chief Justice of Ireld, murdered in the year 1803.
Jul 23 Irish nationalist Robert Emmet, 25, leads a rebellion against the British He spoke with Bonaparte and Talleyrand last year in an effort to obtain French support, his small band of followers commits two murders and other acts of violence July 23 in a move to capture the viceroy, but the rioters are quickly dispersed Emmet escapes, goes into hiding, is captured August 25, tried by a special court, and hanged September 20 in the year 1803.
Jul 23 Johann Vesque von Puttlingen, composer on this day in history.
Jul 23 Robert Emmett's insurrected in Dublin in the year 1803.
Jul 24 On this day in history alexander Jackson Davis, US, architect (gothic revivalist)
Jul 26 The Surrey Iron Railway, arguably the world's first public railway, opens in south London on this day in history.
Jul 31 In the year 1803 john Ericsson, US, inventor (screw propeller)/shipbuilder-USS Monitor
Aug 09 On this day in history 1st horses arrive in Hawaii
Aug 09 On this day in history first horses arrive in Hawaii
Aug 15 James Douglas, father of British Columbia on this day in history.
Aug 18 James Beattie, Scottish poet/philosopher (Essay on Truth), dies at 67 on this day in history.
Aug 25 In the year 1803 luís Alves de Lima e Silva, the Duque de Caxias, Brazilian military leader
Aug 28 On this day in history charles L Fournier, Flemish writer/painter, dies
Sep 01 On this day in history jacobus T Abels, Dutch painter
Sep 03 Alexander L'vovich Gurilyov, composer in the year 1803.
Sep 03 In the year 1803 english scientist John Dalton started using symbols to represent the atoms of different elements.
Sep 04 In the year 1803 sarah Childress Polk, 1st lady (1845-1849)
Sep 05 Francois Devienne, composer, dies at 44 on this day in history.
Sep 09 Armand-Emmanuel Trial, composer, dies at 32 on this day in history.
Sep 12 Frantisek Matej Hilmar, composer on this day in history.
Sep 13 John Barry first American commodore, dies on this day in history.
Sep 13 John Barry, 1st American commodore, dies in the year 1803.
Sep 17 In the year 1803 franz Xaver Sussmayr, composer, dies
Sep 20 On this day in history robert Emmet, Irish nationalist, executed
Sep 23 Battle of Assaye-British-Indian forces beat Maratha Army in the year 1803.
Sep 23 On this day in history the Battle of Assaye ends in victory for British forces under Arthur Wellesley, 34, brother of India's governor-general Richard Colley, first marquis Wellesley
Sep 27 Samuel Francis DuPont, Rear Admiral (Union Navy), died in 1865 on this day in history.