Calendar overview 1833
|Frankfurt Wachensturm .|
|Isabella II becomes Queen of Spain , which leads to the First Carlist War .||
The first edition of the
Pfennig magazine appears in Leipzig .
|1833 in other calendars|
|Armenian calendar||1281/82 (turn of the year July)|
|Ethiopian calendar||1825/26 (September 10-11)|
|Bengali solar calendar||1238/39 (beginning of April 14th or 15th)|
|Buddhist calendar||2376/77 (southern Buddhism); 2375/76 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )|
|Chinese calendar||75th (76th) cycle|
|Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam)||1195/96 (turn of the year April)|
|Dangun era (Korea)||4166/67 (October 2/3)|
|Islamic calendar||1248/1249 (turn of the year 20/21 May)|
|Jewish calendar||5593/94 (September 13-14)|
|Coptic calendar||1549/50 (September 10-11)|
|Seleucid era||Babylon: 2143/44 (turn of the year April)
Syria: 2144/45 (turn of the year October)
|Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar)||1889/90 (April)|
Politics and world events
- January 2 : A British warship arrives in Puerto Louis , Falkland Islands . The captain asks the Argentine island crew to withdraw, which happens three days later.
- January 3 : Great Britain gains control of the Falkland Islands by setting up a naval base .
- February 22nd : The princely state of Bahawalpur in Punjab signs a trade and protection treaty with the British East India Company .
- August 28 : The British Empire creates the slavery from.
- August 29th : The Factory Act passed by the British Parliament restricts the working hours of children and young people in the textile industry for the first time. Child labor under the age of 9 is prohibited.
- April 3 : 50 insurgents under Gustav Bunsen , Gustav Körner and Theodor Engelmann attempt to storm the Hauptwache and Konstablerwache in Frankfurt am Main in order to free journalists imprisoned there. With the suppression of the Frankfurt guard storm and the simultaneous failure of the Franckh-Koseritz conspiracy in Ludwigsburg , the attempt at an all-German revolutionary uprising ends for the time being. As a result, at the instigation of the Austrian Chancellor Klemens Wenzel Lothar von Metternich, the Federal Central Authority is set up in the German Confederation .
- October 31 : The 23-year-old Fritz Reuter from Mecklenburg is arrested while passing through Berlin because he is a member of the radical Jena fraternity Germania . The later Low German writer processed his subsequent experiences in the novel Ut mine fortress stid .
- July 31 : In Switzerland, Altschwyz is thinking of using armed force to subjugate the parts of the canton , which fell away as the “ Schwyz outer land ” in 1831 . The daily statute therefore allows the canton to be militarily occupied.
- August 12 : In Switzerland a majority of the cantons dissolve the Sarnerbund because it is incompatible with the federal treaty.
- August 26 : The daily statute decreed the separation of the canton of Basel into the half-cantons of Basel-Landschaft and Basel-Stadt (now Basel-Stadt )
- October 13 : The canton of Schwyz and the canton of Schwyz outer country , which fell away from it in 1832, reunite on the basis of a new constitution.
Other events in Europe and the Mediterranean
- May: The Treaty of Kütahya between the Egyptian viceroy Muhammad Ali Pasha and the Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II ends the Egyptian-Ottoman War .
- July 8 : In the Hünkâr İskelesi Treaty , Russia and the Ottoman Empire assure each other of assistance in the event of an attack by any other power on the contracting party.
- September 29th : Change of throne in Spain. On Ferdinand VII. Follows his minor daughter Isabella II. Under the regency of his widow Maria Christina of Sicily . The change of the throne caused a long conflict with Carlism .
- September: At the Münchengrätz conference , Austria , Russia and Prussia agree on a common policy towards the Ottoman Empire , Poland and against liberalism .
- March 4 : The seventh US President Andrew Jackson officially takes up his second term after winning the presidential election in 1832 .
- May 16 : The elected General Antonio López de Santa Anna ruled for the first time as Mexican President, but after a few weeks he left the business of state to his Vice President.
- August 12 : The Chicago settlement is established on the site of an old trading post on Lake Michigan .
- September 26th : The second Chicago treaty is signed .
- The penal colony of Macquarie Harbor on Tasmania will be closed after eleven years and the remaining prisoners will be relocated to Port Arthur .
- March 22nd : The kingdoms of Bavaria and Württemberg conclude the customs union agreement with Prussia and the Grand Duchy of Hesse . As agreed, the existing Süddeutsche Zollverein becomes part of the German Zollverein on January 1, 1834 .
- May 4th : The first edition of the Pfennig magazine , the first German illustrated magazine , appears in Leipzig .
- November 23 : Caroline Eichler is the first woman in Prussia to receive a patent for her prosthetic leg with knee joint .
science and technology
The ride of the HMS Beagle
- At the beginning of the year, the HMS Beagle will conduct further survey trips along the South American coast from its winter quarters in Tierra del Fuego . One month stay in the Falkland Islands .
- April to November: Charles Darwin goes on excursions into the interior of Uruguay and Argentina.
- Early December: HMS Beagle leaves Montevideo for the Strait of Magellan and the Pacific Ocean.
Teaching and Research
- April 29th : At the opening ceremony of the newly founded University of Zurich , Lorenz Oken receives the foundation charter as its first rector .
Science and medicine
- The French chemist Anselme Payen describes an enzyme , diastase , for the first time : biochemistry was born.
- The doctor Johannes Müller discovers " phantom pain ".
- Carl Friedrich Gauß and Wilhelm Weber invent the electric telegraph in Göttingen .
- Samuel Morse builds the first usable electromagnetic write telegraph.
Music and theater
- January 10th : The secular cantata The First Walpurgis Night by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy has its world premiere at the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin . The work is based on a ballad by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe .
- February 27 : The world premiere of the opera Gustav III. or the Masked Ball by Daniel-François-Esprit Auber place at the Grand Opéra Paris instead.
- February 27 : The world premiere of the romantic opera Melusina by Conradin Kreutzer with the libretto by Franz Grillparzer takes place at the Königsstädtisches Theater in Berlin.
- March 4th : The comic opera Les Souvenirs de Lafleur by Jacques Fromental Halévy premiered at the Opéra-Comique in Paris.
- March 16 : Beatrice di Tenda , the penultimate opera by the romantic bel canto composer Vincenzo Bellini based on the libretto by Felice Romani , is premiered at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice with the celebrated soprano Giuditta Pasta in the title role.
- March 17 : The opera Parisina of Gaetano Donizetti is the Teatro della Pergola premiered in Florence. The libretto was written by Felice Romani in 1816, based on a romance by Lord Byron .
- April 11 : The evil spirit Lumpacivagabundus , a magical farce by Johann Nestroy , is premiered at the Theater an der Wien near Vienna.
- May 13 : The 4th Symphony in A major op. 90, "Italian", by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy is premiered in the London Philharmonic Society under the direction of the composer. Today it is one of Mendelssohn's most frequently performed orchestral works.
- May 16 : The comic opera Ludovic by Jacques Fromental Halévy has its world premiere at the Opéra-Comique in Paris.
- May 24th : Hans Heiling , a romantic opera with spoken dialogues in three acts by Heinrich Marschner, has its world premiere at the Berlin Royal Court Opera . The libretto is by Eduard Devrient , who also sings the title role.
- July 22nd : The opera Ali Baba ou Les Quarante Voleurs ( Ali Baba or The Forty Robbers ) by Luigi Cherubini premieres at the Grand Opéra Paris .
- November 8th : The Mikhailovsky Theater , named after the brother of the Tsar's Grand Duke Michael Pawlowitsch Romanov , opens in Saint Petersburg .
- December 26th : The world premiere of the opera Lucrezia Borgia by Gaetano Donizetti takes place at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. The libretto is by Felice Romani , who took the drama Lucrèce Borgia by Victor Hugo from the same year as a template without his consent.
- October 4 : With the encyclical Quo graviora , Pope Gregory XVI. to the bishops of the ecclesiastical province of Rhineland and criticized the stubborn situation in this region.
- November 8 : The Hightstown railway accident on the Camden and Amboy Railroad in England is the first railway accident in which passengers on a scheduled train are killed.
- January 6 : Karl Heinrich von Boetticher , German civil servant and politician († 1907 )
- January 7th : Henry Enfield Roscoe , British chemist († 1915 )
- January 7th : Josep Manyanet i Vives , saint, Spanish priest and founder of the order († 1901 )
- January 9 : Jules Auguste Demersseman , French flautist and composer († 1866 )
- January 10 : August Robert Wolff , Polish publisher and bookseller († 1910 )
- January 14 : Karl Russ , German folk writer († 1899 )
- January 15 : Louis Paulsen , German chess player († 1891 )
- January 17th : Adolph Bermpohl , German navigation teacher, DGzRS founder († 1887 )
- January 17 : Theodor Bradsky , Czech composer († 1881 )
- January 19 : Alfred Clebsch , German mathematician († 1872 )
- January 20 : Ernst von Prittwitz and Gaffron , Prussian lieutenant general († 1904 )
- January 21 : Gottlob Theuerkauf , German painter and lithographer († 1911 )
- January 24 : Bernhard Erdmannsdörffer , German historian († 1901 )
- January 25 : Ernst Heinrich Lindemann , German politician († 1900 )
- January 26 : Josef Barák , Czech politician, journalist and poet († 1883 )
- January 26 : Cornelius Newton Bliss , American politician († 1911 )
- January 28 : Charles George Gordon , British general († 1885 )
- January 29 : Carl Frederic Aagaard , Danish painter († 1895 )
- February 2 : Arnold Bürkli , Swiss civil engineer († 1894 )
- February 3 : Abu Bakar of Johor , Sultan of Johor († 1895 )
- February 6 : James Ewell Brown Stuart , American general († 1864 )
- February 11 : Melville W. Fuller , American lawyer, Chief Justice of the USA 1888 to 1910 († 1910 )
- February 17 : Johann Hinrich Angelbeck , German politician († 1911 )
- February 19 : Élie Ducommun , Swiss politician and Nobel Peace Prize laureate († 1906 )
- February 19 : Therese von Wüllenweber , founder of the Order of the Salvatorians († 1907 )
- February 22nd : Carl Ludwig Jessen , Frisian painter of naturalism († 1917 )
- February 22nd : Josef Foerster , Bohemian composer († 1907 )
- February 24 : Eduard Taaffe , Austrian statesman and social reformer († 1895 )
- February 26 : Benjamin F. Prescott , American politician († 1894 )
- February 28 : Alfred von Schlieffen , Field Marshal General in the German Reich († 1913 )
- February 28 : Carl Hilty , Swiss philosopher and constitutional lawyer († 1909 )
- March 4 : Antoine Alphonse Chassepot , French inventor and armourer († 1905 )
- March 7 : Theodor Christlieb , Protestant theologian († 1889 )
- March 9 : Thomas W. Osborn , American politician († 1898 )
- March 10 : Pedro Antonio de Alarcón , Spanish writer of realism († 1891 )
- March 14 : John S. Marmaduke , American politician († 1887 )
- March 18 : William Wallace Armstrong , American printer, editor and politician († 1905 )
- March 18 : Caroline Adelheid Pauline Arndt , German writer († 1915 )
- March 23 : Carl Friedrich Otto Westphal , German psychiatrist and neurologist († 1890 )
- March 25 : August Wilmanns , German classical philologist and librarian († 1917 )
- March 31 : John McEnery , American politician († 1891 )
- April 2 : August Alexander Järnefelt , Finnish general, topographer and governor († 1896 )
- April 3 : Samuel Hitt Elbert , American politician († 1899 )
- April 6 : Alexander Nikolajewitsch Pypin , Russian literary historian and ethnographer († 1904 )
- April 11 : Fredrik Wilhelm von Otter , Swedish Admiral in the Navy and Prime Minister († 1910 )
- April 14 : Hans Ross , Norwegian linguist († 1914 )
- April 17 : Jean Baptiste Accolay , Belgian composer, violinist, violin teacher and conductor († 1900 )
- April 19 : Wayne MacVeagh , American politician († 1917 )
- April 23 : Johann Georg Anton Geuther , German chemist († 1889 )
- May 2 : Rudolf Berlin , German ophthalmologist († 1897 )
- May 3 : Samuel Mayes Arnell , American politician († 1903 )
- May 5 : Lazarus Fuchs , German mathematician († 1902 )
- May 7 : James Boynton , American politician († 1902 )
- May 5 : Ferdinand von Richthofen , German geographer and explorer († 1905 )
- May 7 : Johannes Brahms , German pianist and composer of the Romantic period († 1897 )
- May 9 : John Rhoderic McPherson , American politician († 1897 )
- May 10 : Jakob Lindau , German politician and MdR († 1898 )
- June 1st : Ernst Franz August Münzenberger , art collector and parish priest of Frankfurt am Main († 1890 )
- June 15 : Theodor Meynert , psychiatrist and brain anatomist († 1892 )
- June 15 : Edward Moody McCook , American politician († 1909 )
- June 20 : Léon Bonnat , French painter († 1922 )
- June 21 : Nicholas Ford , American politician († 1897 )
- June 24 : Johan Gustaf Nils Samuel Åkerhielm af Margaretelund , Swedish politician († 1900 )
- June 29 : Peter Waage , Norwegian chemist († 1900 )
- June 30th : Manuel Amador Guerrero , first Panamanian President († 1909 )
- June 30th : Richard Brenner , German African explorer († 1874 )
- July 1 : Max Theodor von Karajan , Austrian classical philologist († 1914 )
- July 7th : Félicien Rops , Belgian painter and draftsman († 1898 )
- July 9 : Florence Marryat , English writer († 1899 )
- July 12 : Johann Baptist von Schweitzer , President of the ADAV and member of the Reichstag († 1875 )
- July 14 : Joseph Brambach , German composer († 1902 )
- July 20 : Karl Freiherr von Hasenauer , Austrian architect († 1894 )
- July 22nd : Friedrich Hultsch , German classical philologist and mathematician († 1906 )
- July 30 : Karl Ludwig , Austrian nobleman, brother of Emperor Franz Joseph I († 1896 )
- July 30th : Hans von Prittwitz , Russian major general à la suite († 1880 )
- July 31 : Henriette Mendel , non-noble wife of Ludwig in Bavaria († 1891 )
- August 3 : Auguste Schmidt , writer and co-founder of the German women's movement († 1902 )
- August 5 : Carola von Wasa-Holstein-Gottorp , Queen of Saxony († 1907 )
- August 6 : Alexander Achilles , German lawyer and Imperial Judge († 1900 )
- August 6 : George Augustus Graham , Scottish officer and cynologist († 1909 )
- August 7 : Frederick Augustus Tritle , American politician († 1906 )
- August 8 : Karl Klaus von der Betten , German explorer and Africa traveler († 1865 )
- August 12 : Gustav Hermann Schulze , Saxon lawyer, judiciary, historian and local researcher of Upper Lusatia († 1901 )
- August 16 : Edwin Nil , Swiss Protestant clergyman († 1893 )
- August 19 : Emil Oelbermann , German industrialist († 1897 )
- August 20 : Benjamin Harrison , American politician, 23rd President of the USA († 1901 )
- August 23 : James De Mille , Canadian professor of classical literature and writer († 1880 )
- August 25 : Izrael Poznański , Polish philanthropist and manufacturer († 1900 )
- August 26 : Johannes Maria Assmann , German priest († 1903 )
- August 28 : Edward Burne-Jones , British painter († 1898 )
- September 1 : Michał Hórnik , Sorbian clergyman and author († 1894 )
- September 5 : Oluf Rygh , Norwegian archaeologist and place name researcher († 1899 )
- September 10 : Émile Duployé , French clergyman, inventor of a French shorthand system († 1912 )
- September 11 : Carl von Noorden , German historian († 1883 )
- September 17 : Heinrich von Buz , German technician and industrialist († 1918 )
- September 20 : Ernesto Teodoro Moneta , Italian journalist and politician, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate († 1918 )
- September 23 : Marie Blanc , Franco-German casino director and philanthropist († 1881 )
- September 26 : Charles Bradlaugh , British politician († 1891 )
- September 28 : Alessandro Busi , Italian composer and music teacher († 1895 )
- September 29 : Henri Chapu , French sculptor († 1891 )
- September 30 : Ferdinand von Saar , Austrian writer, playwright and lyric poet († 1906 )
- October 3 : Friedrich Dernburg , publicist and politician of German-Jewish origin († 1911 )
- October 4th : John Anderson , Scottish zoologist († 1900 )
- October 9 : Eugen Langen , German engineer and inventor († 1895 )
- October 9 : Kilian von Steiner , German banker († 1903 )
- October 11 : Friedrich Hassel , Prussian lieutenant general († 1890 )
- October 14 : Andrew J. Applegate , American politician († 1870 )
- October 17 : Paul Bert , French doctor († 1886 )
- October 19 : Adam Lindsay Gordon , Australian poet († 1870 )
- October 21 : Alfred Nobel , Swedish chemist and inventor († 1896 )
- October 22 : James Albert Gary , American politician († 1920 )
- November 6 : Jonas Lie , Norwegian storyteller and playwright († 1908 )
- November 10 : Johann Matthias Stahl , German classical philologist († 1916 )
- November 12 : Alexander Borodin , Russian composer, chemist and physician († 1887 )
- November 12 : John Martin , American politician († 1913 )
- November 13 : Edwin Booth , American actor († 1893 )
- November 18 : Franz Coronini-Cronberg , Austrian politician and the son of Johann Baptist Coronini-Cronberg († 1901 )
- November 19 : Wilhelm Dilthey , German philosopher, educator, psychologist, cultural historian († 1911 )
- November 27 : Andreas Henze , German Roman Catholic priest, high school professor and meteorologist († 1925 )
- December 3 : August Wilhelm Theodor Adam , German music director († 1886 )
- December 3 : Carlos Juan Finlay , Cuban doctor and scientist († 1915 )
- December 4th : Georg von Lehndorff , chief stables at the Graditz stud († 1914 )
- December 5 : Karl von Prittwitz and Gaffron , Prussian major general († 1890 )
- December 6 : James Gordon , American politician († 1912 )
- December 13 : Petre Sebeşanu Aurelian , Romanian politician († 1909 )
- December 15 : Benjamin Eaton , American politician († 1904 )
- December 17 : Heinrich von Wild , Swiss physicist and meteorologist († 1902 )
- December 20 : Samuel Mudd , American doctor, member of a conspiracy († 1883 )
- December 21 : Walther Bronsart von Schellendorff , Prussian general and minister of war († 1914 )
- December 22nd : Paulin Gschwind , Swiss Catholic and later Christian Catholic clergyman († 1914 )
- December 24 : Jacob Cramer , Dutch Reformed theologian and church historian († 1895 )
- December 25th : Adelheid Marie von Anhalt-Dessau , Duchess of Nassau and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg († 1916 )
- December 29 : John James Ingalls , American politician († 1900 )
Exact date of birth unknown
- Lütfi , Armenian poet and journalist († 1898 )
- Édouard André , French politician and art collector († 1894 )
First half of the year
- January 8 : Édouard Jean-Baptiste Milhaud , French general (* 1766 )
- January 9 : Adrien-Marie Legendre , French mathematician (* 1752 )
- January 12th : Marie-Antoine Carême , French cook (* 1784 )
- January 17th : Friedrich Koenig , German printer and inventor (* 1774 )
- January 19 : Friedrich Adrian von Arnstedt , German district administrator (* 1770 )
- January 23 : Edward Pellew , British naval officer and admiral (* 1757 )
- January 29 : Janez Baptist Novak , Slovenian composer (* around 1756)
- Enewold Christian Alsen , German lawyer (* 1777 ) January:
- February 1 : Jean Henri Pareau , Dutch orientalist and Reformed theologian (* 1761 )
- February 3 : Luigi Arduino , Italian farmer and university professor (* 1759 )
- February 6 : Pierre André Latreille , French entomologist (* 1762 )
- February 14 : Matthias Conrad Peterson , Norwegian journalist (* 1761 )
- Ignác Ruzitska , Hungarian composer (* 1777 ) February:
- March 4 : Charles Dominique Joseph Bouligny , American politician (* 1773 )
- March 5 : Carl Ludwig Giesecke , mineralogist (* 1761 )
- March 7th : Rahel Varnhagen , German writer (* 1771 )
- March 11 : Franz Passow , German classical philologist (* 1786 )
- April 3 : Hans Jakob von Auerswald , Prussian court master (* 1757 )
- April 6 : Adamantios Korais , Greek scholar and writer (* 1748 )
- April 7 : Anton Radziwiłł , Prussian politician and composer (* 1775 )
- April 8 : Georg Christian Benedikt Ackermann , German theologian, educator, pastor and court preacher (* 1763 )
- April 13 : Elisa von der Recke , German poet and writer (* 1754 )
- April 14 : Adolph Hinrich Voeg , Mayor of the Hanseatic City of Lübeck (* 1766 )
- April 16 : Jakob Josef von Haus , German lawyer and university professor (* 1748 )
- April 22nd : Richard Trevithick , British inventor and mechanical engineer (* 1771 )
- April 23 : Nikolaus Müller , Bavarian bathroom inspector at Ludwigsbad in Wipfeld (* 1758 )
- April 27 : Emmerich Joseph von Dalberg , Baden diplomat and French politician (* 1773 )
- May 10 : Friedrich Adolf Ahlert , German architect and master builder of Cologne Cathedral (* 1788 )
- May 10 : François Guillaume Jean Stanislas Andrieux , French scholar, poet and lawyer (* 1759 )
- May 12 : Philippe Augustin Hennequin , French painter (* 1762 )
- May 13 : Johann Georg von Soldner , German physicist, mathematician and astronomer (* 1776 )
- May 14 : Johann Wilhelm Cornelius von Königslöw , German organist and composer (* 1745 )
- May 15 : Edmund Kean , English actor (* 1787 )
- May 19 : Josiah S. Johnston , American politician (* 1784 )
- May 22nd : Joseph Vitus Burg , Bishop of Mainz (* 1768 )
- May 23 : Richard Skinner , American politician (* 1778 )
- May 25 : Andreas Streicher , German piano manufacturer and composer (* 1761 )
- May 28 : Friedrich Haeffner , Swedish composer (* 1759 )
- May 29 : Paul Johann Anselm von Feuerbach , German legal scholar, founder of modern German criminal law (* 1775 )
- June 2 : Anne-Jean-Marie-René Savary, duc de Rovigo , French general and Duke of Rovigo (* 1774 )
- June 6 : Alexander Buckner , American politician (* 1785 )
- June 18 : Johann Christian Ziegler , German painter (* 1803 )
Second half of the year
- July 5 : Joseph Nicéphore Nièpce , one of the inventors of photography (* 1765 )
- October 7th : Heinrich Friedrich Pfannkuche , German Protestant theologian and classical philologist (* 1766 )
- July 20 : Ninian Edwards , American politician (* 1775 )
- July 22nd : Jesse Wharton , American politician (* 1782 )
- July 24th : Anastasio Mártir Aquino San Carlos , Indian prince (* 1792 )
- July 29 : William Wilberforce , British leader in the fight against the slave trade (* 1759 )
- Jean-Pierre Aumer , French dancer and choreographer (* 1774 / 1776 ) July:
- August 1 : Michael Weber , German Protestant theologian (* 1754 )
- August 29 : Christian Adolf von Seckendorff , dramatic poet and writer (* 1767 )
- September 14th : Antoine Christophe Merlin, called Merlin de Thionville , French politician (* 1762 )
- September 24 : John Wilson Campbell , American judge and politician (* 1782 )
- September 26th : August Maria Raimund zu Arenberg , Austrian officer in French service (* 1753 )
- October 1 : Sophie Tieck , German poet (* 1775 )
- October 10 : François de Chasseloup-Laubat , French general (* 1754 )
- October 14 : Vincenz August Wagner , Austrian lawyer and university lecturer (* 1790 )
- October 16 : Ildefons von Arx , Swiss monk and historian (* 1755 )
- October 22 : Sigismund Friedrich Hermbstädt , pharmacist, chemist, technical writer (* 1760 )
- October 25 : Abbas Mirza , Persian prince and military leader (* 1789 )
- November 5 : Jacob Friedrich Friese , German schoolmaster, organist and organ builder (* 1765 )
- November 8th : Maximilian Stadler , Austrian composer, music historian and pianist (* 1748 )
- November 12th : Johann Gottlob Worbs , German theologian and historian (* 1760 )
- November 22nd : Anton Matthias Sprickmann , German writer and lawyer (* 1749 )
- November 23 : Jean-Baptiste Jourdan , Marshal of France (* 1762 )
- November 24th : Elise Bürger , poet, third wife of Gottfried August Bürger (* 1769 )
- November 25 : Nicholas II , prince of the Esterházy family (* 1765 )
- November 27th : Jabbo Oltmanns , German mathematician, astronomer (* 1783 )
- December 17th : Kaspar Hauser , foundling of unknown origin (* 1812 )
- December 29 : Dominique Joseph Garat , French politician and writer (* 1749 )