Calendar overview 1795
third division of Poland, Poland
disappears from the political map of Europe.
|Napoleon Buonaparte put down a royalist uprising on behalf of the Directory .||
Treaty of Greenville , several Indian tribes ceded
large parts of Ohio to the United States .
|1795 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||1243/44 (turn of the year July)|
|Ethiopian calendar||1787/88 (September 11-12)|
|Bengali solar calendar||1200/01 (beginning of April 14th or 15th)|
|Buddhist calendar||2338/39 (southern Buddhism); 2337/38 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||74th (75th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||1157/58 (turn of the year April)|
|Dangun era (Korea)||4128/29 (October 2/3)|
|French revolutionary calendar||Year III./IV. of the Republic (September 21/22)|
|Islamic calendar||1209/10 (turn of the year 17th / 18th July)|
|Jewish calendar||5555/56 (September 13-14)|
|Coptic calendar||1511/12 (11/12 September)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 2105/06 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 2106/07 (New Year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1851/52 (April)|
Politics and world events
- January 18 : The Dutch governor William V (Orange) flees to England from the approaching French revolutionary troops.
- January 19th : The Batavian Republic is proclaimed in the Netherlands .
- January 28th : The Dutch fleet, frozen in the ice near Texel , is handed over to a detachment of French cavalry .
- February 18 : Anglo-Russian alliance treaty
- February: The English occupy the Dutch colony of Ceylon.
- April 1 : In Paris, the Germinal uprising of the sans-culottes against the National Convention is ended bloodlessly as a result of a famine during the French Revolution .
- April 5 : Peace of Basel between Prussia and France : France keeps the left bank of the Rhine .
- April 7th : The franc is used as the national currency as the successor to the livre ; it was subdivided in decimal and was valid until December 31, 2001 .
- May 7th : Napoleon Bonaparte receives the order to go to the Vendée as general of the infantry - in his eyes a demotion. Because he refuses, he will be removed from the list of active generals in late summer.
- May 16 : The Batavian Republic , newly created in the Netherlands, concludes a peace treaty with France in The Hague .
- May 20 : French Revolution : In Paris, it comes in Prairial involving the sans-culottes for so-called Prairialaufstand the starving people of Paris, the bread and the Constitution of 1793 demands. He is knocked down after three days.
- May 31 : French Revolution - The Revolutionary Tribunal , a court for political trials, is abolished.
- June 6th : Luxembourg , besieged for seven months, surrenders to French revolutionary troops in the First Coalition War.
- June 8 : The imprisoned ten-year-old Crown Prince Louis Charles de Bourbon, dauphin de Viennois, dies in a tower of the former Templar Palace ( Temple (Paris) )
- July 14th : The Marseillaise becomes the French national anthem.
- July 22nd : With the Treaty of Basel , Spain also leaves the First Coalition War against France . France receives a third of the island of Hispaniola ( Haiti ).
- July 22nd : In the emigre battle on the Quiberon peninsula in Brittany , General Lazare Hoche and his revolutionary army include a royalist army from Chouans and also conquer Fort Penthièvre. The 952 prisoners who surrendered to him by grace or disfavor were killed on the orders of the French National Convention .
- August 22 : In France, the new one is Direktionalverfassung decided that gives the upper middle class benefits. In the previous referendum, most of the voters stayed at home.
- September 6th : The French Sambre Maas Army under Jean-Baptiste Jourdan crosses the Rhine near Düsseldorf
- September 24th : Approx. 4000 men of imperial troops were able to fight back a more than three times stronger French contingent of revolutionary troops in the battle of Heidelberg-Handschuhsheim .
- September 28 : Austria joins the Anglo-Russian alliance against France.
- October 1st : France annexes the Austrian Netherlands , in which units of its revolutionary troops have been located since the conquest last year .
- October 5 : Brigadier General Napoleon Bonaparte suppresses a royalist uprising in Paris on behalf of the President of the French National Convention, Paul de Barras . ( 13 Vendémiaire )
- October 11th An Austrian army under Clerfait defeats the French under Jourdan at Höchst.
- October 26 : The French National Convention meets for the last time. In accordance with the constitution, government affairs will in future be carried out by the Board of Directors .
- October 29th : Austrian troops relieve Mainz, besieged by the French .
- October 31 : On the basis of the Constitution of Year III, which came into force on October 26, the first Directory is determined in Paris . It consists of Lazare Nicolas Marguerite Carnot , Étienne-François Le Tourneur , Paul de Barras , Jean François Reubell and Louis-Marie de La Révellière-Lépeaux .
- November 14th : In the battle near Lambsheim , the German Imperial Army defeats French troops.
- January 3 : The third partition of Poland (first partition of Poland 1772, second partition of Poland 1793) is regulated in a treaty between Russia , Prussia and Austria .
- March 18 : The Courland Landtag decides to place the Duchy of Courland and Zemgale under Russian rule. The Duke is compensated with a pension and the area is integrated into the Kurland Governorate into the Tsarist Empire .
- End of April: Courland is incorporated into the Russian Empire.
- October 24th : The third Polish partition treaty is signed between Prussia , Russia and Austria . He ends the existence of the Kingdom of Poland .
- November 25th : The Polish King Stanislaus II August has to abdicate.
- August 3 : In the Treaty of Greenville , several Native American tribes cede large parts of what is now Ohio to the United States after their Battle of Fallen Timbers, which they lost the previous year . In return, the Indians received goods worth US $ 20,000 .
- September 5 : The United States and the Ottoman Empire sign the Algiers Peace and Friendship Treaty .
- October 27 : In the Pinckney Treaty , Spanish-American agreements are reached in Madrid on the common border on Mississippi and the 31st parallel. Both sides allow each other free shipping on the Mississippi, and US merchants are allowed to store goods in New Orleans .
- 5,000 Garifuna are deported from St. Vincent to Honduras by the English
- The Second Naturalization Act confirms that only “free whites” can obtain American citizenship. The law, passed in January 1795, remains in force until the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified in 1868 .
- In the spring of 1795, slaves prepare for a riot in Pointe Coupée , Louisiana, which would have become one of the largest slave riots in southern history , but is discovered on April 10th .
- February 6th : In Graaff- Reinet the first Boer republic is founded by a rebellion of the Boers against the Dutch East India Company with the Republic of Graaff-Reinet .
- May 22 : Mungo Park sets off from Portsmouth on board the merchant ship Endeavor on its first expedition to Africa to explore the course of the Niger . A month later he goes ashore in Jillifree on the Gambia . After a few days of traveling inland, he reached Pisania on July 5th , near today's Karantaba Tenda . Here he spends five months in an English trading post with the slave trader Dr. Laidley to wait for the rainy season to acclimate and learn Mandingo . At the end of July, he probably fell ill with malaria, which was still unknown at the time . At the end of November, Park and two servants set off inland from Pisania. They crossed the Wuli Empire without any major problems and reached the city of Tallika in Bondu on December 13th . On December 21st he arrives in Fatteconda, the capital of Bondus. Since there was war between Kaarta and Bambara at the time , and Mungo Park encountered a number of refugees, he chose the north-eastern route via Ludamar to get to Bambara in order not to get caught between the fronts .
- After France invades the Netherlands, British troops under General James Henry Craig land in Cape Town to secure the settlement for William V of Orange . After an initial refusal , the Governor of Cape Town hands over the Cape Colony to the British on September 16 . He is all the more ready for this, as the Khoi Khoi are taking advantage of the unstable situation and join the British.
- September 11th : A Persian army under Aga Mohammed Khan marches into Georgia and destroys its completely surprised army in the battle of Krtsanisi . He then conquered the Georgian capital Tbilisi , destroyed large parts of the city and led around 22,000 people into slavery.
- With the help of European firearms, Kamehameha I begins the unification of the Hawaiian Islands. He conquered the islands of Oahu and Molokaʻi in bloody battles and founded the Kingdom of Hawaii .
science and technology
- June 25th : The Bureau des Longitudes is set up in France to solve the longitude problem that shipping at sea has with longitudes .
- James Hutton publishes the two-volume book Theory of the Earth . In it he emphasizes the importance of slow but constant geological processes that shape the surface of the earth. He also develops the concept of actualism .
- Immanuel Kant writes On Eternal Peace .
- Friedrich August Wolf publishes his work Prolegomena ad Homerum and thus initiates the Homeric question .
- March 2 : Joseph Haydn's penultimate symphony, the one with the drum roll , is premiered in London.
- March 29th : The world premiere of the Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat major, Op. 19 by Ludwig van Beethoven with the composer as the soloist. Beethoven will subsequently rework the work more often.
- September 3rd : Careless handling of soldering fire during repair work completely burns out the Church of St. Nikolai in Potsdam .
- October 25th : In France , the republican institute national des sciences et des arts is created as a successor to the former royal academies , which the National Convention banned on August 8th, 1793 . The new organization later becomes the Institut de France , to which the Académie des Beaux-Arts is also subordinate.
- April 8th : The Prince of Wales and later British King George IV marries Caroline von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel in London . It's going to be an unhappy marriage.
- Copenhagen is destroyed by fire in June.
- Famine in parts of Europe, particularly France.
nature and environment
- Seegfrörne : Lake Constance is completely frozen over.
- January 5 : Justus Friedrich Karl Hecker , German medical historian († 1850 )
- January 6 : Barthélemy Bouvier , Swiss Protestant clergyman († 1848 )
- January 15 : Alexander Gribojedow , Russian diplomat and poet († 1829 )
- January 15 : Louis Burnier , Swiss Protestant clergyman and school reformer († 1873 )
- January 15 : Willem de Clercq , Dutch writer († 1844 )
- January 16 : Carl Christian Rafn , Danish archaeologist († 1864 )
- January 17 : Anselme Payen , French chemist, physicist and mathematician († 1871 )
- January 18 : Anna Pavlovna , Queen of the Netherlands († 1865 )
- January 23 : Ludwig Ferdinand Hesse , German builder and architect († 1876 )
- January 28 : Friedrich Gottlob Schulze , economist and farmer († 1860 )
- February 3 : Antonio José de Sucre , South American freedom hero († 1830 )
- February 5 : Pierre Jean Beckx , Belgian Jesuit general († 1887 )
- February 5 : Wilhelm Ritter von Haidinger , Austrian geologist and mineralogist († 1871 )
- February 8 : Moritz Saphir , Austrian writer († 1858 )
- February 9 : Moritz von Prittwitz , Prussian infantry general, fortress construction director († 1885 )
- February 10 : Ary Scheffer , French etcher and sculptor († 1858 )
- February 18 : George Peabody , American entrepreneur and philanthropist († 1869 )
- February 21 : Francisco Manuel da Silva , Brazilian composer († 1865 )
- February 22nd : Karl Pfaff , German pedagogue, historian and singer father († 1866 )
- March 3 : Gustav Harkort , German entrepreneur, banker and railway pioneer († 1865 )
- March 3 : Edward Douglass White , American politician († 1847 )
- March 4 : Luigi Bienaimé , Italian sculptor († 1878 )
- March 5 : André Bienvenu Roman , American politician († 1866 )
- March 7th : Ernst Ludwig von Gerlach , German publicist and politician († 1877 )
- March 7th : Johann Georg Ramsauer , Austrian mine official and prehistoric († 1874 )
- March 10 : Johann Martin Honigberger , pharmacist and oriental researcher († 1869 )
- March 12 : William Lyon Mackenzie , Scottish-Canadian politician († 1861 )
- March 12 : George T. Wood , soldier, politician and governor of Texas († 1858 )
- March 23 : Bernt Michael Holmboe , Norwegian mathematician and didactician for mathematics († 1850 )
- March 25 : Jacques-Louis Randon , French general, Marshal of France († 1871 )
- March 28 : Georg Heinrich Pertz , German historian († 1876 )
- April 3 : Anna Schödl , Bohemian patroness († 1870 )
- April 8 : August von Bethmann-Hollweg , German lawyer and politician († 1877 )
- April 10 : August Heinrich von Pachelbel-Gehag , German officer civil servant and landowner († 1857 )
- April 17 : George Edmund Badger , American politician († 1866 )
- April 19 : Christian Gottfried Ehrenberg , German biologist and zoologist († 1876 )
- April 21 : Charles Morgan , American railroad and transportation tycoon († 1878 )
- April 21 : Vincenzo Pallotti , Catholic priest and founder of an order († 1850 )
- April 28 : Charles Sturt , British captain and explorer († 1869 )
- May 1 : Alexandru II Ghica , Prince of Wallachia († 1862 )
- May 10 : Augustin Thierry , French historian († 1856 )
- May 11 : Emil Friedrich I , sovereign of the county of Bentheim († 1837 )
- May 13 : Pavel Jozef Šafárik , Slovak scientist and poet († 1861 )
- May 15 : Adolf Bernhard Marx , German composer and musicologist († 1866 )
- May 19 : Johns Hopkins , American businessman and philanthropist († 1873 )
- May 23 : Charles Barry , English architect and builder († 1860 )
- May 27 : Friedrich August Belcke , German trombonist and composer († 1874 )
- June 13 : Thomas Arnold , English theologian and educator († 1842 )
- June 19 : Joseph Biles Anthony , American politician († 1851 )
- June 24 : Ernst Heinrich Weber , German physiologist and anatomist († 1878 )
- July 1 : Theodor Lachner , German court organist († 1877 )
- July 2 : Karl Gustav Nieritz , German folk and youth writer († 1876 )
- July 19 : Johann Karl Christoph Vogel , German theologian, pedagogue and lexicographer († 1862 )
- July 20 : Hiland Hall , American politician († 1885 )
- July 21 : Friedrich von Waldersee , Prussian lieutenant general and military writer († 1864 )
- July 22nd : Gabriel Lamé , French mathematician and physicist († 1870 )
- July 27th : Ludwig Bledow , German chess player († 1846 )
- August 3 : Anne Bignan , French writer and translator († 1861 )
- August 5 : Byron Diman , American politician († 1865 )
- August 6 : Heinrich Rose , German mineralogist, analytical chemist († 1864 )
- August 7 : Joseph Rodman Drake , American poet († 1820 )
- August 10 : Otto Wigand , German publisher and politician († 1870 )
- August 15 : Aaron V. Brown , American politician († 1859 )
- August 16 : Heinrich Marschner , German composer († 1861 )
- August 18 : Ludwig August Struve , doctor († 1828 )
- August 20 : Robert Field Stockton , American politician († 1866 )
- August 21 : Franz Michael d'Aubert , German politician († 1868 )
- August 22nd : Gottlieb Freiherr von Ankershofen , Austrian historian and state curator († 1860 )
- September 1 : Rudolf von Auerswald , Prussian civil servant, minister and prime minister († 1866 )
- September 4 : Friedrich von Alberti , German geologist († 1878 )
- September 5 : Rudolf von Arthaber , Austrian textile manufacturer, art collector and patron († 1867 )
- September 6 : Achille Baraguey d'Hilliers , French general and Marshal of France († 1878 )
- September 10 : Henrik Reuterdahl , Swedish church historian and bishop († 1870 )
- September 10 : James F. Simmons , American politician († 1864 )
- September 17 : Saverio Mercadante , Italian opera composer († 1870 )
- September 22 : Jesse Speight , American politician († 1847 )
- September 22 : John Pollard Gaines , American politician († 1857 )
- September 24th : Antoine-Louis Barye , French sculptor († 1875 )
- September 26 : Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo , Portuguese politician († 1876 )
- September 29 : Kondrati Rylejew , Russian poet († 1826 )
- October 5 : Karl Ludwig Sand , fraternity member, murderer of August von Kotzebue († 1820 )
- October 6 : Olinde Rodrigues , French mathematician, banker and social reformer († 1851 )
- October 7th : Auguste Crelinger , German actress († 1865 )
- October 9 : Hermenegild von Francesconi , General Director of the Austrian State Railways († 1862 )
- October 15 : Friedrich Wilhelm IV. , Prussian King († 1861 )
- October 15 : Prospero Caterini , Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church († 1881 )
- October 17 : Johann Christoph Biernatzki , writer († 1840 )
- October 22 : Heinrich Conrad Carl , German entrepreneur and conservative politician († 1867 )
- October 31 : John Keats , British poet († 1821 )
- November 2 : James K. Polk , American politician, 11th President of the USA († 1849 )
- November 5 : Lewis F. Linn , American politician († 1843 )
- November 7th : Hans Riddervold Norwegian Bishop and President of the Storting († 1876 )
- November 8 : Albert Gottfried Dietrich , German botanist († 1856 )
- November 11 : John Neergaard , Norwegian politician († 1885 )
- November 11 : Moritz Heinrich Romberg , German neurologist († 1873 )
- November 20 : Johann Heinrich Horstmann , German politician († 1860 )
- November 21 : Gregorio Aráoz de La Madrid , Argentine military leader, general and politician († 1857 )
- November 26 : Karl Philipp Fohr , German painter († 1818 )
- November 29 : Eduard Gerhard , German archaeologist († 1867 )
- December 3 : Rowland Hill , reformer of the English postal system († 1879 )
- December 4 : Thomas Carlyle , Scottish essayist and historian († 1881 )
- December 5 : Friedrich Benedikt Wilhelm von Hermann , German economist and economic statistician († 1868 )
- December 8 : Jacques François Gallay , French horn player († 1864 )
- December 8 : Peter Andreas Hansen , astronomer († 1874 )
- December 10 : Anton von Prokesch-Osten , Austrian diplomat and general († 1876 )
- December 10 : Caspar Kummer , German flautist, composer and music teacher of the Romantic period († 1870 )
- December 10 : Matthias William Baldwin , American industrialist († 1866 )
- December 11 : Friedrich Schlemm , German physician and anatomist († 1858 )
- December 14 : Elisabetha Grossmann , Swiss skipper († 1858 )
- December 17 : Benjamin Franklin Butler , American politician († 1858 )
- December 19 : Karl Gustav Hesse , German physician and writer († 1851 )
- December 19 : Karl Gottlob Prinz , German veterinarian († 1848 )
- December 21 : Leopold von Ranke , German historian († 1886 )
- December 22nd : Thomas Ainsworth , Anglo-Dutch textile industrialist († 1841 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir , Malaysian scholar († 1852 )
- Anastasius Adam , Swiss clergyman and member of the Order of Minorites (Franciscan Conventuals) († 1848 )
- Sebastián Ágreda , Bolivian general and politician († 1875 )
- Joseph Anders , Austrian officer († 1869 )
- Sahle Selassie , Meridazmatch and Negus of Shoah († 1847 )
- Georg Michael Gramlich , German merchant and consul, († 1880 )
- January 5th : Philipp Gotthard von Schaffgotsch , Prince-Bishop of Breslau (* 1716 )
- January 8 : Friedrich Christoph Schmincke , German librarian and historian (* 1724 )
- January 19 : Maria Teresa Agnesi Pinottini , Italian composer and harpsichordist (* 1720 )
- January 21 : Samuel Wallis , British explorer (* 1728 )
- January 23 : John Sullivan , American general in the American Revolutionary War (* 1740 )
- January 26 : Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach , German musician and composer (* 1732 )
- February 5 : Philippe-Auguste de Sainte-Foix , French writer (* 1721 )
- February 8 : Johann Rudolf Ulrich , Swiss Protestant clergyman and university professor (* 1728 )
- February 14 : Franz Ludwig von Erthal , Bishop of Würzburg and Bamberg (* 1730 )
- February 23 : Johann Siegfried Hufnagel , German pastor and entomologist (* 1724 )
- February 26 : Christian Friedrich Nürnberger , German physician and botanist (* 1744 )
- February 27 : Tanikaze kajinosuke , sumo wrestler and fourth yokozuna (* 1750 )
- March 2 : Johann Nicolaus Schrage , German Protestant theologian (* 1753 )
- March 5 : Joseph Reicha , German cellist and composer (* 1752 )
- March 8 : John Collins , American politician (* 1717 )
- March 9 : John Armstrong , American civil engineer, major general and politician (* 1717 )
- March 13 : Friedrich Wilhelm Utsch , hereditary forester of the Elector of Mainz (* 1732 )
- March 21 : Giovanni Arduino , Italian geologist (* 1714 )
- March 21 : Honoré III. , Prince of Monaco (* 1720 )
- April 12th : Johann Kaspar Basselet von La Rosée , Bavarian General (* 1710 )
- April 28 : Leopold Ludwig von Anhalt , Count of Anhalt (* 1729 )
- May 4th : Georg Alexander Heinrich Herrmann von Callenberg , registrar of the free class rule Muskau (* 1744 )
- May 4 : John Kean , American politician (* 1756 )
- May 7th : Antoine Quentin Fouquier-Tinville , French revolutionary (* 1746 )
- May 8 : Isaac Motte , American politician (* 1738 )
- May 18 : Christlieb Ehregott Gellert , German metallurgist and mineralogist (* 1713 )
- May 18 : Robert Rogers , British-American officer (* 1731 )
- May 19 : James Boswell , Scottish writer and lawyer (* 1740 )
- May 19 : Eiler Hagerup , Norwegian lawyer (* 1736 )
- May 20 : Ludwig Eugen , Duke of Württemberg (* 1731 )
- May 22nd : Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg , German music theorist and critic of the Enlightenment (* 1718 )
- June 8th : Catharina Helena Dörrien , German botanist and educator (* 1717 )
- June 8 : Louis XVII. , Dauphin of France (* 1785 )
- June 17th : Charles-Gilbert Romme , French mathematician and politician, martyr of the Prairial uprising (* 1750 )
- June 23 : Alexei Petrovich Antropow , Russian painter (* 1716 )
- June 24th : William Smellie , Scottish encyclopedist and naturalist (* 1740 )
- June 29th : Ernst Daniel Adami , German Kapellmeister, organist, music teacher, writer, choir director, teacher and theologian (* 1716 )
- July 5 : Antonio de Ulloa , Spanish scholar and admiral (* 1716 )
- July 6 : Christian Gottlieb Kratzenstein , German professor and naturalist (* 1723 )
- July 13 : Johann Gottlieb Waldin , German university professor (* 1728 )
- July 18 : Andreas Nitsche , Sorbian traveler and scholar (* 1731 )
- July 22 : Johann Caspar Ludwig Mencke , German legal scholar (* 1752 )
- July 30th : Allard Hulshoff , Dutch Reformed theologian (* 1734 )
- August 3rd : Jerry Abershawe , English mugger (* 1773 )
- August 15 : Carl Friedrich Gerstlacher , lawyer, publicist, university professor and civil servant (* 1732 )
- August 19 : Friedrich Hartmann Graf , German composer (* 1727 )
- August 21 : Joseph Franz Anton von Auersperg , Austrian bishop, prince-bishop and cardinal (* 1734 )
- August 21 : Pierre Michel d'Ixnard , French builder of classicism (* 1723 )
- August 26th : Alessandro Cagliostro , Italian alchemist and impostor (* 1743 )
- August 31 : Maruyama Ōkyo , Japanese painter (* 1733 )
- August 31 : François-André Danican Philidor , French composer and chess player (* 1726 )
- September 21 : Guglielmo Pallotta , Catholic cardinal (* 1727 )
- September 22 : Sayat Nova , Armenian singer, poet, clergyman and composer (* 1712 )
- October 13 : William Prescott , American colonel in the American Revolutionary War (* 1726 )
- October 16 : Joseph Le Bon , French revolutionary (* 1765 )
- October 25 : Francesco Antonio Uttini , Italian composer (* 1723 )
- October 26 : Carl Conti , Austrian engraver (* 1741 )
- October: Robert Bakewell , British farmer and agronomist (* 1725 )
- November 6th : Georg Anton Benda , Bohemian-German conductor and composer (* 1722 )
- November 11 : Johann Adam von Auersperg , Prince, Chamberlain and Hereditary Land Marshal of Tyrol (* 1721 )
- November 15 : Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo , French portrait painter (* 1719 )
- November 17th : Alexander Abercromby , Scottish lawyer and essayist (* 1745 )
- November 19 : Thomas Linley senior , English musician and stage composer (* 1733 )
- November 26th : Nicola Spedalieri , Italian philosopher and author (* 1740 )
- December 8 : Josep de Boltas , Bishop of Urgell (* 1738 )
- December 8 : Giovanni Battista Casanova , Italian painter (* 1730 )
- December 19, Tyge Rothe , Danish author (* 1731 )
- December 23 : Henry Clinton , British general and Commander-in-Chief of the British Armed Forces (* 1730 )
Exact date of death unknown
- George Adams junior , English instrument maker and author of scientific books (* 1750 )
- Antoine de Léris , French writer (* 1723 )