Calendar overview 1802
|Schinderhannes was arrested and brought before the investigating judge in Frankfurt am Main .||
founds the Legion of Honor .
|Steckli War breaks out in the Helvetic Republic .|
|1802 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||1250/51 (July turn of the year)|
|Ethiopian calendar||1794/95 (10/11 September)|
|Bengali solar calendar||1208/09 (beginning of the year April 14 or 15)|
|Buddhist calendar||2345/46 (Southern Buddhism); 2344/45 (alternative calculation according to Buddha's parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||74th (75th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||1164/65 (April New Year)|
|Dangun era (Korea)||4135/36 (October 2nd/3rd)|
|French Revolutionary Calendar||Year X./XI. of the Republic (21/22 September)|
|Islamic calendar||1216/17 (New Year May 3rd/4th)|
|Jewish calendar||5562/63 (26/27 September)|
|Coptic calendar||1518/19 (10/11 September)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 2112/13 (April turn of the year)
Syria: 2113/14 (October turn of the year)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese calendar)||1858/59 (April)|
politics and world affairs
- January 26: The Cisalpine Republic is renamed the Italian Republic and elects Napoleon Bonaparte as its President.
- The “ Bourla-Papey ” (paper burners) rose up in Vaud against the collection of feudal taxes, which were actually abolished in the Helvetic Republic . Between February and May, two to three thousand peasants from Vaud destroy the files of numerous former feudal lordships that claim basic and land rights. The archives of 132 communes in Vaud, a little more than a third of all communes, also fell victim to the flames. On May 8, the insurgents, led by the Jacobin and recruiting officer Louis Reymond , occupied the canton capital of Lausanne , only to withdraw on May 11 against promises of amnesty . Nevertheless, a special court imposed several death and prison sentences in June, which the Swiss government, through the intercession of Henri Monod and under the pressure of the Steckli War , all lifted by October 15.
- March 27: The Peace of Amiens ends the Second Coalition War between France and Great Britain .
- May 20th: In the Paris treaty with France , Württemberg receives for the loss of its areas on the left bank of the Rhine, areas on the right bank through ecclesiastical territories and mediatized imperial cities .
- May 20: Napoleon Bonaparte allows slavery (abolished in 1794) in French colonies again.
- May 23: In an agreement, France recognizes the Prussian claims in north-west Germany, e.g. to the areas of the prince-bishoprics of Hildesheim , Münster and Paderborn , as compensation for the ceded areas on the left bank of the Rhine.
- June 14: Johannes Bückler , known as Schinderhannes, stands before the investigative court in Frankfurt am Main .
- August 2nd: Napoleon Bonaparte is appointed consul for life in a referendum . Three million French voters choose "Yes", 1,600 "No".
- August 24: Because the Peace of Lunéville contains unresolved details, an extraordinary imperial deputation meets in Regensburg to regulate the effects of the cession of areas on the left bank of the Rhine to France. In 1803, the deliberations led to the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss .
- August to October: The Steckli War leads to the collapse of the Helvetic Republic, whereupon France intervenes again in Switzerland .
- September 6: Bavarian soldiers march into Bamberg , the residence of the Bishopric of Bamberg .
- September 11: France annexes the Subalpine Republic .
- November 29: After the annexation of the Bishopric of Bamberg by Bavarian troops , Prince-Bishop Christoph Franz von Buseck resigns his rule and releases officials and subjects from their oaths.
- December 10: The Helvetic Consulta begins its work.
- 26 December: In the Treaty of Paris , France and the German Emperor Franz II agree on the territorial compensation planned in the Peace of Lunéville . In it, among other things, the emperor's brother, Grand Duke Ferdinand III. of Tuscany , to compensate for the lost Grand Duchy of Tuscany , left the previous archbishopric as the future Electorate of Salzburg .
- January 29: More than 40,000 French, led by General Leclerc , Napoleon Bonaparte's brother-in-law, land in Saint-Domingue , now Haiti , after ex-slave Toussaint Louverture , who had been promoted to governor, arbitrarily occupied the Spanish - administered neighboring colony of Santo Domingo the previous year and abolished slavery in both colonies.
United States of America
- March 16: The US Military Academy is established by an act signed by President Thomas Jefferson . she will be on
- Opened July 4 in West Point, New York .
- June 1: in Vietnam , Gia Long proclaims himself emperor; thus begins the Nguyễn dynasty .
- October 25: At the Battle of Pune , the army of Holkar , with European help, defeats the combined Indian Maratha army .
- End of December: The British East India Company concludes the Treaty of Bassein with Peshwa Baji Rao II , which breaks the supremacy of the Marathas in India .
- March 24: Richard Trevithick is granted a patent on the high-pressure steam engine he developed .
- July 19: French chemist Eleuthère Irénée du Pont founds the DuPont company in the United States .
- July to October: The Ticknall Tramway in Derbyshire opens.
- In Winterthur-Wülflingen , the first factory in Switzerland is opened with the Spinnerei Hard .
- The Edinburgh Review magazine is published for the first time.
science and technology
- March 28: Heinrich Wilhelm Olbers discovers the asteroid (2) Pallas .
- March: Franz Carl Achard succeeds in producing sugar from sugar beets in an industrial process for the first time .
- June 23: The German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt , together with the French botanist Aimé Jacques Alexandre Bonpland , climbed the 6267 meter high Chimborazo in South America to a height of 5749 meters. Humboldt then describes symptoms of altitude sickness for the first time .
- November 9: Alexander von Humboldt observes a transit of Mercury in the Peruvian port city of Callao .
- September 4: Georg Friedrich Grotefend presents his findings on the decipherment of cuneiform writing in Göttingen .
- Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac publishes his law of perfect gases .
- William Hyde Wollaston discovers the absorption lines ( Fraunhofer lines ) in the solar spectrum independently of Joseph von Fraunhofer .
- May 31: The world premiere of Henri Montan Berton 's opera Le concert interrompu takes place at the Opéra-Comique in Paris.
- June 26: The Goethe Theater in Bad Lauchstädt is opened in the presence of Goethe . Goethe's prelude What we bring and Mozart's opera La clemenza di Tito will be performed .
- 8 September: Haydn's Harmoniemesse is premiered in the Bergkirche in Eisenstadt. Its name comes from the large cast of wind instruments ( harmonic music ) for the time.
- The tailor Johann Christoph Winters founds the Hänneschen Theater in Cologne. At first, simple nativity plays for children are performed in this puppet theater during Advent.
- May 4: The gold horns of Gallehus are stolen from the Royal Art Chamber in Christiansborg , Denmark. Almost a year later, the goldsmith and watchmaker Niels Heidenreich confessed to the crime. He melted down both pieces.
- May 19: The Legion of Honour , France's highest order, is endowed by First Consul Napoleon Bonaparte.
- January 25: The Bavarian Elector Maximilian IV Joseph issued a cabinet order for the abolition of all non-estates monasteries (ie above all the mendicant orders ) in Bavaria . This marks the beginning of secularization in Bavaria .
- 3rd/8th April: Napoleon's Organic Articles put an end to anti- clericalism in France at the time of the Revolution .
- April 18: On Easter Sunday, the solemn promulgation of the Organic Articles takes place in the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris . They supplement the concordat concluded by France with the Vatican last year and provide it with the legal basis.
- 9 June: France abolishes almost all religious institutions (apart from dioceses and parishes ) in its four departments on the left bank of the Rhine ( secularisation ).
- April 30: The dam at Puentes in Spain bursts, killing 608 people. It is the biggest catastrophe in Spanish hydrological history.
- Paul de Noailles , French statesman and historian (died 1885) January 4:
- Catharine Parr Traill , British-Canadian botanist and author (d. 1899) January 9:
- January 10: Carl Ritter von Ghega , Italian railway engineer (died 1860)
- January 12: Philipp Wilhelm Wernher , Hessian politician († 1887)
- January 12: Christian Gottlieb Friedrich Witte , German-Dutch organ builder († 1873)
- January 13: Eduard von Bauernfeld , Austrian comedy writer († 1890)
- January 16: Friedrich Julius Stahl , legal philosopher, jurist, politician († 1861)
- January 21: Adolphe Monod , Swiss Reformed revivalist (d. 1856)
- January 25: Johann Karl Erler the Younger , Protestant theologian († 1875)
- January 27: Arnold Duckwitz , German politician (died 1881)
- January 28: Johann Nepomuk Amberg , Austrian priest and politician († 1882)
- January 31: Nils Ericson , Swedish engineer (d. 1870)
- William Medill , American politician (died 1865) February 1
- Charles Wheatstone , British physicist (died 1875) February 6:
- Georg Egestorff , German industrialist (died 1868) February 7:
- Johann Nepomuk Vogl , Austrian writer (died 1866) February 7:
- Werner VIII von Alvensleben , Prussian Lieutenant General († 1877) February 7:
- Étienne Arago , French writer (died 1892) February 9:
- Josef František Hunke , Bohemian composer (died 1883) February 9:
- February 10: Ernst Helbig , resin painter and Wernigerode court painter († 1866)
- February 10: François Diday , Swiss painter (d. 1877)
- February 11 – Lydia Maria Child , American writer and suffragette (d. 1880)
- February 13: Johann Wöbcken , German politician (died 1878)
- February 14: Józef Bohdan Zaleski , Polish poet (died 1886)
- February 14: John White , American politician (died 1845)
- February 16: Carl Abraham Mankell , Swedish composer (d. 1868)
- February 19 Wilhelm Matthias Naeff , Swiss politician (died 1881)
- February 20: Charles-Auguste de Bériot , Belgian musician and composer (d. 1870)
- February 23: Karl Eduard Arnd , German historian (died 1874)
- February 23: Joseph Lebourgeois , French composer (d. 1824)
- February 23: Andreas Zelinka , Mayor of Vienna († 1868)
- February 26: Victor Hugo , French writer (died 1885)
- February 28: Ernst Friedrich Zwirner , German master builder and architect († 1861)
- Simeon H. Anderson , American politician (d. 1840) March 2:
- Emil Wolff , German sculptor (died 1879) March 2:
- Ludwig Halirsch , Austrian civil servant and poet († 1832) March 7:
- Carl Friedrich Koch , German physician and educator († 1871) March 9:
- March 11: Heinrich Friedrich Philipp von Bockelberg , Prussian diplomat († 1857)
- March 13: Friedrich Georg von Bunge , legal historian († 1897)
- March 18 Alfred-Auguste Cuvillier-Fleury , French writer and journalist (died 1887)
- March 24: Jacob van Lennep , Dutch writer (died 1868)
- March 27: Christoph Eberhard Finckh , German classical scholar († 1869)
- March 27: Francesco Maria Travella , Swiss Roman Catholic clergyman and writer (d. 1854)
- March 29: Moritz Rugendas , painter († 1858)
- March 30: Rudolf Prince Kinsky , Bohemian nobleman († 1836)
- Albert von Carlowitz , Saxon politician (died 1874) April 1:
- Hubert Ries , violin player and composer († 1886) April 1:
- Ysaak Brons , member of the Frankfurt National Assembly (d. 1886) April 3:
- Dorothea Lynde Dix , American benefactor and reformer (d. 1887) April 4
- Thomas Walker Gilmer , American politician (died 1844) April 6:
- Elias Lönnrot , Finnish physician (died 1884) April 9:
- April 10: Johann Peter Lange , German Protestant theologian (died 1884)
- April 14: Hermann Franck , German writer, aesthetician and critic († 1855)
- April 16: François-Christophe-Edouard Kellermann , French statesman and diplomat (died 1868)
- April 17: John Bullock Clark , American politician (died 1885)
- April 24: Hans Nicolai Andreas Jensen , Schleswig-Holstein pastor and local historian († 1850)
- April 24: Melchior Ulrich , Swiss alpinist and Reformed theologian († 1893)
- April 25: Victor Scheppers , Belgian priest and founder of the order († 1877)
- April 26: Gheorghe Bibescu , Prince of Wallachia (died 1873)
- Simon Joel Arnheim , German entrepreneur († 1875) April:
- Heinrich Gustav Magnus , German physicist and chemist († 1870) May 2:
- Eduard Steinbrück , German painter (died 1882) May 2:
- Charles Nicolas Aubé , French physician and entomologist (died 1869) May 6:
- Wilhelm Schirmer , German painter (died 1866) May 6:
- Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm Perizonius , German theologian (died 1895) May 8:
- May 10: James Westcott , American politician (died 1880)
- May 12: Jean Baptiste Henri Lacordaire , French Dominican, preacher and theologian (died 1861)
- May 16 Gaetano Nava , Italian music teacher and composer (died 1875)
- May 20: Emma of Anhalt-Bernburg-Schaumburg-Hoym , Princess of Waldeck and Pyrmont († 1858)
- May 22: Heinrich Gustav Hotho , German philosopher and art historian († 1873)
- May 22: Louis Vivien de Saint-Martin , French geographer (died 1897)
- May 25: Johann Friedrich von Brandt , German naturalist and zoologist († 1879)
- May 29: Heinrich Bürkel , German painter of the Biedermeier period († 1869)
- May 31: Johann Ludwig Anderwert , Swiss politician († 1876)
- May 31: Ira Harris , American lawyer and politician († 1875)
- Charles Lenormant , French archaeologist and Egyptologist (died 1859) June 1:
- August Wilhelm Bullrich , German pharmacist (died 1859) June 2:
- Carl Hoffmann , German publisher, print shop owner and bookseller († 1883) June 2:
- Heinrich Hermann von Arnim , manor owner, administrator and parliamentarian († 1875) June 6:
- June 10: James W. Bradbury , American politician (d. 1901)
- June 13: Simon Karsten , Dutch classical philologist (died 1864)
- June 14: Ludwig August von Autenrieth , Württemberg jurist and politician († 1872)
- June 17 Hermann Mayer Salomon Goldschmidt , Franco-German astronomer and painter (died 1866)
- June 23: Michael Oestreich , German organ builder († 1838)
- June 24: Johann Friedrich Arndt , German Protestant theologian (died 1881)
- June 26 Georg Prahl Harbitz , Norwegian pastor and President of the Storting († 1889)
- June 30: Benjamin Fitzpatrick , American politician († 1869)
- Marianne Ruaux , Eimsbüttler innkeeper's daughter and innkeeper († 1882) July 2:
- Joseph Labitzky , Czech composer of dance music (d. 1881) July 4:
- Pavel Stepanovich Nakhimov , Russian admiral (died 1855) July 5:
- Émile Bienaimé , French composer († 1869) July 6:
- July 10: August Ludwig Reyscher , legal scholar, politician and philhellene († 1880)
- July 14: Favell Lee Mortimer , English author of children's non-fiction (d. 1878)
- July 24 Alexandre Dumas , French writer (died 1870)
- July 26: Mariano Arista , President of Mexico (died 1855)
- July 27: Niels Peter Jensen , Danish composer and flute virtuoso (d. 1846)
- Karl Uschner , translator of ancient poetry († 1876) August 1:
- Niels Henrik Abel , Norwegian mathematician (d. 1829) August 5:
- Germain Henri Hess , Swiss-Russian chemist (d. 1850) August 7:
- Wilhelm Wieprecht , German composer (died 1872) August 8:
- August 11: Heinrich Robert Stöckhardt , jurist († 1848)
- August 13: Nikolaus Lenau , Austrian writer (died 1850)
- August 14: Fabio Maria Asquini , Italian Curia cardinal (d. 1878)
- August 16: Isaac Adams , American inventor (d. 1883)
- August 16: Moritz Wilhelm Drobisch , German mathematician and philosopher (d. 1896)
- August 20: Heinrich Bernhard von Andlaw-Birseck , Baden politician and Ultramontanist († 1871)
- August 20: Friedrich Wilhelm I , last Elector and Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel († 1875)
- August 21: Joseph-Louis-Elzéar Ortolan , French jurist and writer (d. 1873)
- August 26: Ludwig Schwanthaler , German sculptor (died 1848)
- August 28: Franz Serafin Exner , Austrian philosopher (died 1853)
- August 28 Karl Joseph Simrock , German poet and writer (died 1876)
- August 29: Charles Texier , French traveler, architect and archaeologist (died 1871)
- August 31: Karl Freiherr von Urban , Austrian field marshal lieutenant († 1877)
- Gustav Anton Friedrich Langerfeldt , Brunswick lawyer and politician († 1883) September 5:
- September 13: Arnold Ruge , German writer (died 1880)
- September 19 – Lajos Kossuth , Hungarian lawyer, politician and freedom fighter (died 1894)
- September 21: Austin King , American politician (died 1870)
- September 23: Carl Hasenpflug , German painter (died 1858)
- 24 September Étienne Jules Adolphe Desmier de Saint-Simon, Vicomte d'Archiac , French geologist and paleontologist (died 1868)
- September 30: Antoine-Jérôme Balard , French chemist (d. 1876)
- George Ripley , American writer (died 1880) October 3
- Adolphe Niel , French general, Marshal of France (died 1869) October 4:
- Magnus Brostrup Landstad , Norwegian pastor and poet (died 1880) October 7:
- Franz Winiewski , German classical scholar (died 1874) October 8:
- October 10: Georg Wilhelm von Viebahn , Prussian civil servant and statistician († 1871)
- October 10: Napoléon Charles Bonaparte , son of Louis Bonaparte and Hortense de Beauharnais (d. 1807)
- October 11: August Kiß , German sculptor (died 1865)
- October 12: Hermann Anschütz , German painter (died 1880)
- October 15: Louis-Eugène Cavaignac , French Prime Minister of the Second Republic († 1857)
- October 18: Joseph Russegger , Austrian geologist (died 1863)
- October 19 Pedro de Aycinena y Piñol , President of Guatemala (d. 1897)
- October 20 – Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg , German Protestant theologian (died 1869)
- October 21: Gerd Sieben Janssen , German organ builder († 1899)
- October 25 Richard Parkes Bonington , English painter (died 1828)
- 26 October Michael I , Portuguese king (died 1866)
- October 31: Benoît Fourneyron , French engineer (died 1867)
- Rosina Bulwer-Lytton , English novelist and feminist (died 1882) November 4
- Julius von Kirchmann , German jurist (died 1884) November 5:
- Theodor Mügge , German writer (died 1861) November 8:
- November 12: Heinrich Schaper , German organ builder († 1884)
- November 14: August Friedrich Pott , German linguist (died 1887)
- November 15 Georg Aenotheus Koch , German classical scholar and lexicographer († 1879)
- November 19 Solomon Foot , American politician (died 1866)
- November 19: Barnas Sears , Baptist theologian (died 1880)
- November 20: Wilhelm von Kügelgen , German painter and writer († 1867)
- November 22: Ferdinand Deycks , German classical scholar († 1867)
- November 26: Johann Schön , Austrian jurist, political scientist and writer († 1839)
- November 26: Anton Schrötter von Kristelli , Austrian chemist and mineralogist († 1875)
- November 28: Johann Peter Romang , Swiss Protestant clergyman, theologian and university teacher († 1875)
- November 29: Wilhelm Hauff , German writer and storyteller († 1827)
- November 29: Franz Stelzhamer , Austrian poet and novelist (died 1874)
- Michael Seymour , British naval officer and admiral (d. 1887) December 3
- William Bebb , American politician (died 1873) December 8:
- December 11: Alphonse Bourquin , Swiss insurgent (died 1837)
- December 15: János Bolyai , Hungarian mathematician (died 1860)
- December 18: Karl Eduard Vehse , German historian (died 1870)
- December 19: John Ella , English violinist, music writer and concert promoter (died 1888)
- December 22: Sara Coleridge , English writer and translator († 1852)
- December 22: Wilhelm Reuling , German composer and conductor († 1877)
- December 27: Gerardus Johannes Mulder , Dutch physician, pharmacologist, chemist and considered the discoverer of proteins († 1880)
- December 28: Henry Gray , British colonial politician and statesman (died 1894)
Exact date of birth unknown
- Abba Bagibo , King of Limmu-Ennarea (died 1861)
- George Philip Reinagle , English marine painter (died 1835)
- Donaciano Vigil , American politician (died 1877)
- James S. Calhoun , American politician (died 1852)
First half of the year
- Julius Hieronymus Zollikofer , Mayor of St. Gallen (Switzerland) (b. 1713) January 9:
- January 15: Ernst Wilhelm Benjamin von Korckwitz , Prussian civil servant (b. 1744)
- January 27: Johann Rudolf Zumsteeg , German composer and Kapellmeister (born 1760)
- Johann Georg Wieland , German plasterer and sculptor of Classicism (b. 1742) February 8:
- February 18: Valentin Dietloff von Arnim , Prussian jurist (b. 1714)
- February 25: Charles O'Hara , British officer (b. 1740)
- February 27: Kimura Kenkadō , Japanese painter and naturalist (b. 1736)
- Franz Josef Gassmann , Swiss book printer and dealer, newspaper founder and editor (b. 1755) March 7:
- Georg Friedrich Kordenbusch von Buschenau , German physician and astronomer (b. 1731) April 3:
- April 13: Johann Joseph Imhoff , German sculptor (b. 1739)
- April 18: Erasmus Darwin , British poet, scientist and physician (b. 1731)
- April 26: Henry XXX. , Count Reuss of Gera (* 1727)
- April 28: Richard Howell (governor) , American politician (b. 1754)
- April 28: Jean Antoine Rossignol , general during the French Revolution (b. 1759)
- May 11: Jehu Davis , American politician (b. 1738)
- May 15 Lebrecht Bachenschwanz , German general, writer and translator (b. 1729)
- May 15: Friedrich Anton von Heynitz , physicist (b. 1725)
- May 23: Ercole del Rio , Italian chess player (born 1723 or 1726)
- Joseph Adam of Arco , auxiliary bishop, bishop and prince-bishop (b. 1733) June 3:
- Johann Christian Gottlieb Ernesti , German classical scholar (b. 1756) June 5:
- June 22: Susette Gontard , mistress of the poet Friedrich Hölderlin (b. 1769)
- June 24: Johann Friedrich Esaias Steffens , German Protestant theologian (b. 1716)
- June 26: Friedrich Christian Lorenz Schweigger , German Protestant theologian (b. 1743)
- June 28: Johann Jakob Engel , German writer (b. 1741)
- June 30: Gaetano Gandolfi , Italian painter and engraver (b. 1734)
Second half of the year
- Daniel Morgan , American engineer and officer (b. 1736) July 6:
- July 10: Gregers Kristian von Haxthausen , Danish nobleman and minister (b. 1732)
- July 12: Johan Heinrich Knuth , Danish landowner, chamberlain and privy councilor (b. 1746)
- July 15: Louis-Marie Stanislas Fréron , French politician (b. 1754)
- July 23: Maria del Pilar Teresa Cayetana de Silva y Álvarez de Toledo , Duchess of Alba (b. 1762)
- July 25: Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal , Archbishop of Mainz (b. 1719)
- July 28: Giuseppe Sarti , Italian composer (b. 1729)
- 30 July: Franciscus Kareu , General of the Order (b. 1731)
- Carl Adolph von Brühl , Prussian general and prince tutor (b. 1742) August 3:
- Heinrich of Prussia , son of King Friedrich Wilhelm I and Sophie Dorothea of Hanover (b. 1726) 3 August:
- August 15: Karagoromo Kisshū , Japanese poet (b. 1743)
- August 22: Franz Ulrich Theodor Aepinus , German astronomer, mathematician, physicist and natural philosopher (b. 1724)
- August 23: Corona Schröter , singer and actress (b. 1751)
- August 26: Albrecht von Anhalt , Prussian major general (b. 1735)
- August 28: Ernst Anton Nicolai , German physician (b. 1722)
- Richard Spaight senior , American politician (b. 1758) September 6
- September 17: Richard Owen Cambridge , English poet, landowner and historian (b. 1717)
- 18 September: Jost Dürler , Swiss officer in French and English service (b. 1745)
- 19 September: Luisa Maria of Naples-Sicily , Grand Duchess of Tuscany (b. 1773)
- September 20: Johann Georg Schulthess , Swiss Reformed theologian (b. 1758)
- September 24: Alexander Radishchev , Russian philosopher and revolutionary (b. 1749)
- 26 September: Maurus Meyer von Schauensee , Swiss patrician and French general (b. 1765)
- September 26: Jurij Vega , Slovenian mathematician (b. 1754)
- September 29: August Batsch , German botanist (b. 1761)
- September 30: Mikhail Ivanovich Kozlovsky , Russian sculptor and university teacher (b. 1753)
- October 22: Samuel Arnold , English composer (b. 1740)
- October 22: Madeleine-Sophie Arnould , French actress, singer and salonière (b. 1744)
- 24 October: Ludovico Manin , last Doge of Venice (b. 1726)
- October 26: John E. Colhoun , American politician (born 1749)
- October 29: Charles Alexandre de Calonne , French statesman (b. 1734)
- Charles Leclerc d'Ostin , French general (b. 1772) November 2:
- Franz Ludwig Pfyffer , Swiss politician and cartographer (b. 1716) November 7:
- November 14: Heinrich Friedrich Innocentius Apel , Saxon jurist and politician (b. 1732)
- November 15: George Romney , British painter (b. 1734)
- November 16: André Michaux , French botanist and explorer (b. 1746)
- 17 November: Johann Uphagen , German shipowner, merchant and bibliophile collector (b. 1731)
- November 27: John Baptista Ashe , American politician (b. 1748)
- Lemuel Francis Abbott , English portrait painter (born 1760 or 1761) December 5:
- December 17: Johannes Wiedewelt , Danish sculptor (b. 1731)
- December 20: Carl Gottlob Beck , printer, bookseller (b. 1733)
- December 27: Wilhelm Heinrich Bethmann , German organ builder (b. 1745)
- December 27: Johann Gottfried Brügelmann , German entrepreneur (b. 1750)
- December 27: Johann Joachim Busch , German architect and sculptor (b. 1720)
- December 27: Jens Juel , Danish painter (b. 1745)
Exact date of death unknown
- Nicolás Antonio de Arredondo , Spanish officer, colonial administrator and viceroy of the Río de la Plata (born 1726)
- John Hunter , American politician (born 1732)