Calendar overview 1832
Hambach Castle is
Hambach Festival for unity and freedom in Germany celebrated.
Black Hawk War
ends with the capture of Chief Black Hawk .
|London conference , the great powers agree on Otto von Wittelsbach as the new king of Greece .|
|1832 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||1280/81 (turn of the year July)|
|Ethiopian calendar||1824/25 (September 10-11)|
|Bengali solar calendar||1237/38 (beginning of April 14th or 15th)|
|Buddhist calendar||2375/76 (southern Buddhism); 2374/75 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||75th (76th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||1194/95 (turn of the year April)|
|Dangun era (Korea)||4165/66 (October 2/3)|
|Islamic calendar||1247/1248 (turn of the year 30/31 May)|
|Jewish calendar||5592/93 (September 24/25)|
|Coptic calendar||1548/49 (September 10-11)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 2142/43 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 2143/44 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1888/89 (April)|
Politics and world events
- February 6th : Otto von Wittelsbach is supposed to ascend the Greek throne as King Otto I.
- May 7th : At the London conference Great Britain, France and Russia agree to shape Greece as an independent kingdom and agree to Otto von Wittelsbach as its future ruler. The Ottoman Empire is financially compensated for its loss of territory .
- August 8 : The National Assembly in Nafplio elects Otto I from Wittelsbach as King of Greece.
- August 30 : A London Protocol of the Protective Powers separates the territory of the Kingdom of Greece from the Ottoman Empire .
- May 27th : The call by Philipp Jakob Siebenpfeiffer and Johann Georg August Wirth to march to the Maxburg , Hambach Castle , is followed by around 30,000 people from all walks of life and from many nations. Until May 30th, democrats and nationalists will celebrate the Hambach Festival for Unity and Freedom in Germany under the black, red and gold flag .
- July 5 : The use of political badges is prohibited by law in the German Confederation . This is particularly aimed at black, red and gold as a symbol of national sentiment. In response to the Hambach Festival , the press , freedom of association and freedom of assembly are severely restricted.
Other events in Europe
- May 11 : An anatomy law is passed in Great Britain to prevent theft from bodies.
- June 5th : Beginning of the June uprising in Paris
- June 7 : The Reform Act of 1832 is passed in Great Britain .
- August 9 : Leopold I , King of the Belgians, marries the French Princess Louise d'Orléans , daughter of King Louis-Philippe I , in the chapel of Compiègne Castle .
- November 15 : After secret negotiations, six conservative Swiss cantons form the Sarnerbund in response to the seven-year concordat of the liberal cantons that had previously been established .
United States of America
- August 27 : With the capture of the surrendering Chief Black Hawk , the last Indian War east of the Mississippi River in the United States ends .
- November 24 : South Carolina Parliament repeals federal tariff laws from 1828 and 1832 in its state. It thus triggers the nullification crisis . US President Andrew Jackson then sets several ships of the Navy on march to Charleston .
- December 28 : With John C. Calhoun , a Vice President of the United States resigns for the first time . The cause is its doctrine in the nullification crisis that a federal state may declare federal laws on its territory to be invalid.
- June 5 : As a result of the Belgian Revolution , the Belgian franc is introduced as the new currency , the value of which has been linked to the French franc for many years .
- September 26 : The Göta Canal in Sweden opens. This is to avoid passing the Øresund and thus the Sund tariff to Denmark.
- The Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company is founded.
science and technology
The journey of the HMS Beagle
- January 6th : After Madeira was only passed for reasons of orientation, Tenerife is the first stop of the HMS Beagle . However, Charles Darwin , like the rest of the crew, cannot go ashore due to a quarantine.
- January 16 : The first opportunity to go ashore is available on the Cape Verde island of Santiago .
- February 28 : The HMS Beagle reaches the South American coast near Salvador da Bahia and anchors in All Saints Bay , continues to Rio de Janeiro and begins the surveying work.
- September 22nd : Charles Darwin discovers his first fossils near Bahía Blanca in Punta Alta .
- At the turn of the year, the HMS Beagle is in the area around Tierra del Fuego , where a mission station is being set up. Captain Robert FitzRoy discovers the Beagle Channel .
- February 21 : An English Antarctic expedition under John Biscoe discovers the Grahamland islands.
- July 13 : Henry Rowe Schoolcraft finds Lake Itasca, the source of the Mississippi River .
- March 1 : The Saint-Étienne – Andrézieux line, which has existed since 1827 , is opened to passenger traffic.
- August 1st : The horse-drawn railway Budweis – Linz is opened as the second European mainland railway after the completion of the last section to Urfahr . With a length of over 128 kilometers, it is the longest horse-drawn railway in the world.
- October 1 : The entire length of the Saint-Étienne – Lyon line goes into operation - for the time being only for passenger traffic.
- November 26th : The world's first tram , a horse-drawn tram , goes into operation in New York .
Science and medicine
- Caroline Eichler designs a leg prosthesis with a knee joint .
- William Whewell coined the term catastrophism , a scientific paradigm that assumes the paramount importance of catastrophic events for the history of our solar system , the earth and the development ( evolution ) of living beings.
- September 17th : The Club of Hamburg Young Artists is founded.
- December 15 : The French satirical magazine Le Charivari prints the first caricature by the artist Honoré Daumier , who is followed by around 3,900 lithographs and wood engravings from his hand over the next forty years .
- The first class of the Moscow Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture begins training.
- A few months after the death of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe , Faust becomes . The tragedy second part as a continuation of Faust I published.
- The novel painter Nolten by Eduard Mörike appears in print in Emanuel Schweizerbart's Verlagshandlung Stuttgart.
Music and theater
- February 7th : The world premiere of the opera I Normanni a Parigi ( The Normans in Paris ) by Saverio Mercadante takes place in Turin.
- February 7th : The soulful Kerckermeister , a parodying magic piece with singing by Johann Nestroy , is premiered at the Theater an der Wien near Vienna as a benefit performance for the sick popular young actress and local soubrette Thekla Demmer-Kneisel . The reception by the audience is enthusiastic, but rather mixed with the criticism.
- February 16 : In Prague, the premiere of the opera takes place the load carrier on the Thames by Conradin Kreutzer .
- April 27th : Thirty Years from the Life of a Rag by Johann Nestroy has its world premiere.
- May 12th : The comic opera L'elisir d'amore by Gaetano Donizetti premieres at the Teatro della Canobbiana in Milan. The libretto is by Felice Romani after Eugène Scribes Le philtre . Sabine Heinefetter sings the main role. The work becomes one of the composer's most frequently performed operas.
- October 1 : The world premiere of the military play His First Campaign by Adolphe Adam takes place in Covent Garden in London.
- November 5th : The historic melodrama The Dark Diamond by Adolphe Adam will be premiered in Covent Garden in London.
- November 22 : At the Théâtre Français in Paris the world premiere of the drama takes place Le Roi S'amuse of Victor Hugo . While it describes the conditions at the absolutist court using the amorous escapades of the French King Francis I and the cabal of the court jester Triboulet, contemporary censors are of the opinion that it contains insulting allusions to King Louis-Philippe and is generally immoral. The piece is therefore banned immediately after its premiere.
- March 24 : Joseph Smith , who organized Latter-day Saint Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints months earlier , is tarred and feathered by a few residents in Hiram, Ohio .
- June 9th : The oppression of Poland by Tsar Nicholas I takes Pope Gregory XVI. as an occasion to reflect on the civil obedience of Christians in the encyclical Cum primum .
- June 30 : The first edition of the Catholic Swiss Church Newspaper appears in Lucerne .
- August 15 : Gregory XVI. publishes the encyclical Mirari vos arbitramur , in which he speaks out against the general freedom of conscience and expression.
- Foundation of the two missio associations Franziskus-Xaverius-Verein to support the Catholic missions in Aachen and the Ludwig-Missions-Verein in Munich.
- The cholera pandemic comes from Central Europe to England. Under the direction of Edwin Chadwick , in response to the first cholera cases in London, the miasm theory ordered that sewage and silt from the foul-smelling sewers be flushed into the Thames . Since the companies that supplied London with drinking water, but take it from the Thames, the measure leads to the contamination of the drinking water and an epidemic with 14,000 deaths.
- On the setting ring in Aarau will mark the first Swiss Gymnastics Festival Federal gymnastics club founded.
- January 1 : Thomas Theodore Crittenden , American politician († 1909 )
- January 1 : Charles N. Felton , American politician († 1914 )
- January 1 : Aloys Kunc , French composer and organist († 1895 )
- January 5 : Edwin O. Stanard , American politician († 1914 )
- January 6 : Gustave Doré , French painter and graphic artist († 1883 )
- January 6 : Lodovico Jacobini , cardinal and papal secretary of state († 1887 )
- January 13 : Horatio Alger , American author († 1899 )
- January 19 : Ferdinand Laub , Czech violinist († 1875 )
- January 20 : William Larrabee , American politician († 1912 )
- January 21 : Jules Assézat , French journalist, publisher and anthropologist († 1876 )
- January 21 : Carl Hubert von Wendt , German landowner and center party politician († 1903 )
- January 23 : Édouard Manet , French painter († 1883 )
- January 24 : Albert Arnz , German landscape painter († 1914 )
- January 24 : Joseph Choate , American lawyer and diplomat († 1917 )
- January 25 : Paul Bronsart von Schellendorff , Prussian General and Minister of War († 1891 )
- January 25 : Ivan Schischkin , Russian painter and graphic artist († 1898 )
- January 27 : Lewis Carroll , British writer, mathematician and photographer († 1898 )
- January 27 : Arthur Hughes , British illustrator and painter († 1915 )
- January 28 : Franz Wüllner , German composer and conductor († 1902 )
- January 29 : Nikolai Ignatjew , Russian general and diplomat († 1908 )
- January 30 : Karl von Thielen , German politician († 1906 )
- February 2 : Timotheus Attar , Ottoman bishop († 1891 )
- February 3 : Abram P. Williams , American politician († 1911 )
- February 6 : John B. Gordon , American general († 1904 )
- February 9 : Adele Spitzeder , German investment fraudster († 1895 )
- February 15 : Nicolás Ruiz Espadero , Cuban pianist and composer († 1890 )
- February 13 : Johann Wilhelm Anton Albrecht Müller , German pathologist († 1909 )
- February 18 : Octave Chanute , American railroad engineer and aviation pioneer († 1910 )
- February 18 : Nathaniel P. Hill , American politician († 1900 )
- February 21 : John L. Barstow , American politician († 1913 )
- February 22 : Rudolf Baxmann , German Protestant theologian († 1869 )
- February 22nd : Alexander Meyer , German journalist, liberal and free trader († 1908 )
- February 25 : Karl Bartsch , German philologist and founder of the first German Institute in Germany († 1888 )
- February 25 : Maximilian Schmidt , Bavarian homeland writer († 1919 )
- February 26th : Thomas Anderson , Scottish botanist († 1870 )
- March 1 : Ludwig Franzius , Building Director for Weser Correction († 1903 )
- March 1 : Friedrich Grützmacher , German cellist and composer († 1903 )
- March 1 : Josef Matras , Austrian actor and singer († 1887 )
- March 2 : Rudolf Löw , Swiss composer and organist († 1898 )
- March 3 : Luigi Macchi , Italian Curia Cardinal († 1907 )
- March 3 : Pieter de Jong , Dutch orientalist († 1890 )
- March 5 : Isaac Israel Hayes , American doctor and polar explorer († 1881 )
- March 5 : Alfred Jaell , Austrian pianist and composer († 1882 )
- March 11 : William Ruffin Cox , Confederate General († 1919 )
- March 12 : Charles Cunningham Boycott , British land manager in Ireland († 1897 )
- March 12 : Charles Friedel , French chemist († 1899 )
- March 12 : Walter Grimshaw , British author of chess problems († 1890 )
- March 13 : Olympe Audouard , French suffragette († 1890 )
- March 17 : Walter Q. Gresham , American politician († 1895 )
- March 18 : Wenzel Lustkandl , Austrian politician and lawyer († 1906 )
- March 25 : Nikolaus Rüdinger , anatomist († 1896 )
- March 29 : Julius Mařák , Czech-Bohemian landscape painter between Romanticism and Realism († 1899 )
- March 30 : Roger Q. Mills , American politician († 1911 )
- April 3 : Eugen von Keyserling , German Baltic explorer and arachnologist († 1889 )
- April 4 : Fedor Flinzer , German author, educator and illustrator († 1911 )
- April 4 : Josef Zítek , Bohemian architect († 1909 )
- April 5 : Ernst Wagner , German prehistorian († 1920 )
- April 6 : Emil von Riedel , Bavarian politician († 1906 )
- April 8 : Alfred von Waldersee , German military, Field Marshal General of Prussia († 1904 )
- April 10 : Alexander McDonald , American politician († 1903 )
- April 14 : Herbert Viktor Anton Pernice , German lawyer († 1875 )
- April 15 : Herbert Vaughan , British Cardinal († 1903 )
- April 15 : Wilhelm Busch , German poet and draftsman († 1908 )
- April 17 : Oskar von Collas , Prussian major general († 1889 )
- April 19 : José Echegaray , Spanish writer, politician († 1916 )
- April 20 : Eduard Langhans , Swiss Protestant clergyman and university professor († 1891 )
- April 21 : Werner Munzinger , Swiss African explorer († 1875 )
- May 2 : Santo Siorpaes , Italian mountaineer († 1900 )
- May 6 : Jan Ondříček , Czech conductor, violinist and music teacher († 1900 )
- May 14 : Rudolf Lipschitz , German mathematician († 1903 )
- May 17 : Heinrich Holtzmann , Protestant theologian († 1910 )
- May 20 : Charles Umpherston Aitchison , British colonial administrator († 1896 )
- May 20 : Garretson W. Gibson , Liberian President († 1910 )
- May 21 : Andreas August Carl Hermann Auleb , German lawyer, author and politician († 1911 )
- May 21 : Hudson Taylor , Christian missionary in China († 1905 )
- May 22 : George Washington Anderson , American politician († 1902 )
- May 24 : Fulvio Fulgonio , Italian writer and librettist († 1904 )
- May 25 : Jules Blanchard , French sculptor († 1916 )
- May 26 : Arnold Hug , Swiss classical philologist († 1895 )
- May 26 : Nakamura Keiu , Japanese teacher and translator († 1891 )
- May 27 : Zenas Ferry Moody , American politician († 1917 )
- June 10 : Nikolaus Otto , German mechanical engineer († 1891 )
- June 11 : Augustus Hill Garland , American politician († 1899 )
- June 11 : Christian Nikolaus Schnittger , German painter, draftsman and photographer († 1896 )
- June 11 : Jules Vallès , French publicist, novelist, revolutionary and journalist († 1885 )
- June 17 : William Crookes , English physicist, chemist and science journalist († 1919 )
- June 20 : Benjamin H. Bristow , American politician († 1896 )
- June 21 : Heinrich Ernst Stötzner , German educator († 1910 )
- June 22nd : Heinrich de Ahna , Austrian violinist († 1892 )
- June 29 : Rafqa Pietra Choboq Ar-Rayès , saint of the Catholic Church († 1914 )
- July 6 : Ferdinand Maximilian of Austria , Mexican Emperor († 1867 )
- July 6 : Alexis André , Canadian priest and missionary († 1893 )
- July 7th : Eduard Mulder , Dutch chemist († 1924 )
- July 10 : Alvan Graham Clark , American astronomer and telescope maker († 1897 )
- July 12 : Ernst Heinrich Gebhardt , German song writer and Methodist preacher († 1899 )
- July 14 : Lucien Quélet , French mycologist and naturalist († 1899 )
- July 16 : Ferdinando Acton , Italian Admiral and Minister of the Navy († 1891 )
- July 16 : Camille du Locle , French librettist († 1903 )
- July 17 : August Söderman , Swedish Romantic composer († 1876 )
- July 18 : Leopold von Pezold , German-Baltic journalist († 1907 )
- July 19 : Jānis Līcis , Latvian priest and Orthodox martyr († 1905 )
- July 22nd : Colin Archer , Norwegian yacht and ship designer († 1921 )
- July 29th : Josef Schöffel , Austrian journalist and politician († 1910 )
- July 30 : George Lemuel Woods , American politician († 1890 )
- August 2 : Carl Justi , German philosopher and art historian († 1912 )
- August 2 : Henry Steel Olcott , American co-founder of the Theosophical Society († 1907 )
- August 2 : Samuel E. Pingree , American politician († 1922 )
- August 3 : Edward Wilmot Blyden , Liberian statesman and Pan-Africanist († 1912 )
- August 3 : Ivan Zajc , Croatian composer and conductor († 1914 )
- August 7th : Max Lange , German chess player († 1899 )
- August 8 : George I , heir to the throne of Albert I (Saxony) († 1904 )
- August 9 : Alexander von Monts , German naval officer († 1889 )
- August 10 : Elise Henle , German writer († 1892 )
- August 12 : Peter Soemer , German theologian and poet († 1902 )
- September 1 : Hermann Steudner , German naturalist († 1863 )
- September 3 : Wilhelm Ludwig Conrad Listemann , local politician in Magdeburg († 1893 )
- September 4 : Antonio Agliardi , Cardinal of the Catholic Church († 1915 )
- September 7th : Emilio Castelar , Spanish writer and politician († 1899 )
- September 10 : Randall L. Gibson , American politician and general in the Confederate Army († 1892 )
- September 10 : Otto Knille , German painter († 1898 )
- September 12 : CW Damodaram Pillai , Tamil philologist († 1901 )
- September 17th : Wendelin Boeheim , Austrian weapons technician, officer, journalist and museum operator († 1900 )
- September 19 : Moses Kimball Armstrong , American politician († 1906 )
- September 20 : Johann Joseph Abert , Sudeten German composer († 1915 )
- September 21 : Louis Paul Cailletet , French physicist († 1913 )
- September 29 : Miguel Miramón , Mexican general († 1867 )
- September 29 : Antonio Smith , Chilean landscape painter († 1877 )
- September 30 : Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts , British Field Marshal General († 1914 )
- October 2 : Edward Tylor , British anthropologist († 1917 )
- October 2 : Julius Sachs , German botanist († 1897 )
- October 3 : Edward F. Noyes , American politician († 1890 )
- October 4 : Hugo Oelbermann , German poet and bookseller († 1898 )
- October 6 : August Eisenlohr , German Egyptologist († 1902 )
- October 6 : Christian Mali , German painter and professor († 1906 )
- October 6 : Hermann Roelcke , German entrepreneur, speculator († 1896 )
- October 7 : William Thomas Blanford , English geologist, zoologist and naturalist († 1905 )
- October 8 : Pyotr Sokalsky , Russian composer and musicologist († 1887 )
- October 14 : Johan Wolter Arnberg , Swedish economist and bank director († 1900 )
- October 14 : Heinrich Rattermann , German-American writer and magazine editor († 1923 )
- October 15 : Karl Atz , Italian art historian and priest († 1913 )
- October 15 : Friedrich Tietjen , German astronomer († 1895 )
- October 18 : Matthäus Much , Austrian monument conservator and archaeologist († 1909 )
- October 16 : Gideon C. Moody , American politician († 1904 )
- October 16 : George Crockett Strong , American general († 1863 )
- October 20 : Anton Romako , Austrian painter († 1889 )
- October 21 : Gustav Langenscheidt , German language teacher and bookseller († 1895 )
- October 21 : Valdemar Tofte , Danish violinist and music teacher († 1907 )
- November 1 : Richard B. Hubbard , American diplomat and politician († 1901 )
- November 1 : Gottfred Matthison-Hansen , Danish composer († 1909 )
- November 7 : Andrew Dickson White , American diplomat, writer and educator († 1918 )
- November 9 : Émile Gaboriau , French writer († 1873 )
- November 16 : Paul Cérésole , Swiss politician († 1905 )
- November 18 : Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld , Finnish-Swedish polar explorer († 1901 )
- November 19 : Gustav Teichmüller , philosopher and writer († 1888 )
- November 28 : Leslie Stephen , English cleric, writer and mountaineer († 1904 )
- November 29 : Louisa May Alcott , American writer († 1888 )
- November 30 : George Whitman Hendee , American politician († 1906 )
- December 1 : Friedrich Helbig , German lawyer and writer († 1896 )
- December 8 : Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson , Norwegian poet and politician († 1910 )
- December 8 : Friedrich Junge , German biologist († 1905 )
- December 8 : Wilhelm Anton Riedemann , German businessman and entrepreneur († 1920 )
- December 10 : Karl Eduard Ferdinand Ascherson , German classical philologist and librarian († 1904 )
- December 12 : Adolf von Arnim-Boitzenburg , German politician († 1887 )
- December 12 : Peter Ludwig Mejdell Sylow , Norwegian mathematician († 1918 )
- December 14 : Thomas L. Young , American politician († 1888 )
- December 15 : Gustave Eiffel , French engineer († 1923 )
- December 16 : Wilhelm Foerster , German astronomer († 1921 )
- December 17 : Thomas McKenny Hughes , British geologist and paleontologist († 1917 )
- December 28 : Melchior zur Straßen , German sculptor († 1896 )
- December 29 : Werner Friedrich Alexander Ulfried von Arnswaldt , German manor owner, lawyer and politician († 1899 )
- December 29 : Gustav Kálnoky , Austro-Hungarian statesman and diplomat († 1898 )
- December 29 : Franz Pönninger , sculptor, medalist († 1906 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Josef Albert Amann , German gynecologist († 1906 )
- Naftali Amsterdam , Russian rabbi († 1916 )
- Julián Gavino Arcas Lacal , Spanish guitarist, composer and guitar teacher († 1882 )
- January 9 : Karl von Kügelgen , Russian court and cabinet painter (* 1772 )
- January 26th : Sir Alexander Cochrane , British admiral (* 1758 )
- January 26 : Johan Storm Munch , Norwegian bishop and writer (* 1778 )
- January 28 : Augustin-Daniel Belliard , French general (* 1769 )
- January 28 : Carsten Tank , Norwegian businessman and politician (* 1766 )
- January 30th : Johann David August von Apell , German composer, writer, theater director and secret chamber councilor (* 1754 )
- February 3 : Karl Viktor von Bonstetten , Swiss writer (* 1745 )
- February 15 : Asa Adgate , American lawyer and politician (* 1767 )
- March 4 : Jean-François Champollion , French linguist (* 1790 )
- March 10 : Muzio Clementi , classical composer (* 1752 )
- March 12 : Friedrich Kuhlau , German composer (* 1786 )
- March 19 : Ludwig Halirsch , Austrian civil servant and poet (* 1802 )
- March 22 : Johann Wolfgang von Goethe , German poet (* 1749 )
- March 26 : Corentin de Leissegues , French admiral (* 1758 )
- March 27 : Franz Niklaus König , Swiss genre and portrait painter (* 1765 )
- March 28 : Lazarus Bendavid , German mathematician and philosopher (* 1762 )
- March 30th : Stephen Groombridge , English astronomer and trader (* 1755 )
- March 31 : Franz Sartori , Austrian doctor and writer (* 1782 )
- April 13 : Jean-Baptiste Jacques Augustin , French painter (* 1759 )
- April 16 : Justus Christian Loder , German-Baltic medic (* 1753 )
- April 17 : Peter Anker , Norwegian diplomat and governor (* 1744 )
- April 20 : John Parker , American politician (* 1759 )
- April 21 : Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand Unzelmann , German actor and singer (* 1753 )
- April 22 : Wilhelm Würfel , Czech, composer, organist, pianist and music teacher (* 1790 )
- April 24th : Francis de Rottenburg , British general and military writer (* 1757 )
- April 28 : Friedrich Gottlob Hayne , German botanist, pharmacist and university lecturer (* 1763 )
- May 13 : Georges Cuvier , French naturalist (* 1769 )
- May 14 : Edward Dodwell , British archaeologist (* 1767 )
- May 15 : Carl Friedrich Zelter , German musician (* 1758 )
- May 18 : Bonifazio Asioli , Italian music theorist, music teacher, harpsichordist, conductor and composer (* 1769 )
- May 20 : Johann Michael Sailer , Catholic theologian and Bishop of Regensburg (* 1751 )
- May 31 : Évariste Galois , French mathematician (* 1811 )
- June 1 : Thomas Sumter , US military and politician in the US War of Independence (* 1734 )
- June 4th : Jean-Pierre Abel-Rémusat , French sinologist and librarian (* 1788 )
- June 6 : Jeremy Bentham , British lawyer and philosopher (* 1748 )
- June 9 : Friedrich von Gentz , German writer and politician (* 1764 )
- June 12 : Nikolaus Simrock , Beethoven friend and French horn player at the electoral court (* 1751 )
- June 19 : Samuel John Galton , British arms manufacturer and banker (* 1753 )
- June 29th : Francisco Ballesteros , Spanish general (* 1770 )
- July 6 : John Hely-Hutchinson , British general (* 1757 )
- July 20 : Karl Julius Weber , German writer and satirist (* 1767 )
- July 22nd : Franz Duke of Reichstadt , descendant of Napoléon Bonaparte (* 1811 )
- July 28 : Joseph Schreyvogel , Austrian writer (* 1768 )
- August 10 : Michael Frey , German composer, violinist and Kapellmeister (* 1787 )
- August 11 : Claude-Antoine Prieur , French politician, officer and scientist (* 1763 )
- August 17th : Johann Jakob Faesch , Swiss Protestant clergyman (* 1752 )
- August 23 : Johann Georg Wagler , German zoologist and herpetologist (* 1800 )
- August 24th : Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot , French physicist (* 1796 )
- August 31 : Antoine-Léonard de Chézy , French orientalist (* 1773 )
- September 2 : Franz Xaver von Zach , German-Austrian astronomer (* 1754 )
- September 6 : Charles Meynier , French painter (* 1763 )
- September 9 : Bernhard Klein , German composer (* 1793 )
- September 9 : Charles Matthieu Isidore Decaen , French general (* 1769 )
- September 18 : Niklaus Wolf von Rippertschwand , Swiss farmer and healer (* 1756 )
- September 21 : Walter Scott , Scottish writer (* 1771 )
- September 27 : Karl Christian Friedrich Krause , German philosopher (* 1781 )
- October 10 : James Stephen , British MP (* 1758 )
- October 12 : John Clark , American politician (* 1766 )
- October 16 : Rai San'yō , Japanese historian and poet (* 1780 )
- November 1 : Julius von Voss , German writer (* 1768 )
- November 3 : John Leslie , Scottish mathematician and physicist (* 1766 )
- November 4th : Charles Abbott, 1st Baron Tenterden , British lawyer (* 1762 )
- November 14 : Charles Carroll , signatory of the US Declaration of Independence of 1776 (* 1737 )
- November 14th : Rasmus Christian Rask , Danish linguist (* 1787 )
- November 15 : Jean-Baptiste Say , French economist and businessman (* 1767 )
- November 29th : Karl Asmund Rudolphi , natural scientist (* 1771 )
- December 5 : Christoph Gotthelf König , German educator (* 1765 )
- December 18 : Philip Freneau , American poet (* 1752 )
- December 21 : Johann Friedrich Pierer , German physician and lexicographer (* 1767 )
- December 25th : Daniel Heinrich Delius , Prussian District President (* 1773 )
- December 26th : Matthäus Conrad , Swiss pastor (* 1745 )
- December 27 : Emanuel von Schimonsky , Prince-Bishop of Breslau (* 1752 )
- December 28 : Charles de Lameth , French general (* 1757 )
- December 29 : Johann Friedrich Cotta , German publisher (* 1764 )
- December 29th : James Hillhouse , American politician (* 1754 )
- December 29 : Isabelle de Montolieu , Swiss writer (* 1751 )
- December 30th : Ludwig Devrient , German actor (* 1784 )