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Fieschi's assassination attempt on July 28, 1835 (picture by Eugène Louis Lami)
Joseph Fieschi carried out an assassination attempt on France's King Louis-Philippe using a “ infernal machine ” .
Illustration of the 4th article of the lying story about life on the moon
The Great Moon Hoax of the New York Sun
enriched the history of the newspaper .
1835 in other calendars
Armenian calendar 1283/84 (turn of the year July)
Ethiopian calendar 1827/28 (September 11-12)
Bengali solar calendar 1240/41 (beginning of April 14th or 15th)
Buddhist calendar 2378/79 (southern Buddhism); 2377/78 (alternative calculation according to Buddhas Parinirvana )
Chinese calendar 75th (76th) cycle

Year of the wood sheep乙未 ( at the beginning of the year wood horse 甲午)

Chula Sakarat (Siam, Myanmar) / Dai calendar (Vietnam) 1197/98 (turn of the year April)
Dangun era (Korea) 4168/69 (October 2/3)
Iranian calendar 1213/14
Islamic calendar 1250/1251 (turn of the year April 29/30)
Jewish calendar 5595/96 (23/24 September)
Coptic calendar 1551/52 (September 11-12)
Malayalam calendar 1010/11
Seleucid era Babylon: 2145/46 (turn of the year April)

Syria: 2146/47 (turn of the year October)

Vikram Sambat (Nepalese Calendar) 1891/92 (April)


Politics and world events


Other events in Europe

Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria


Australia and Oceania

Contract signing based on a drawing around 1880



Business start-ups

Augustusplatz in 1835 before the café was built


science and technology

The journey of the HMS Beagle

  • On February 20, Charles Darwin witnessed the severe three-minute earthquake near Valdivia (see below). Six weeks later, he and Robert FitzRoy saw the effects of this quake while riding to the heavily destroyed city of Concepción . When Darwin was investigating Quiriquina Island near Talcahuano in early March , he found maritime rock that had been lifted a few feet as a result of the earthquake, which he saw as confirmation of the theories of Charles Lyell , which he had dealt with intensively during the trip. During a second Andean expedition in March and April, he discovers that the mountains, which are far from the coast, consist mainly of maritime lava. He finds fossil and petrified trees and begins to develop his first geological theories. By the summer he undertakes two more expeditions in which he conducts research in the Andes.
  • After the surveying work off Chile and Peru , which will last until September 7, the HMS Beagle is leaving the South American west coast for good and setting off for the Galápagos Islands .
  • September 15 : The HMS Beagle with the naturalist Charles Darwin on board reaches the Galápagos Islands .
  • On September 18, Darwin enters one of the numerous islands on San Cristóbal for the first time. The survey work takes a good month. Darwin can conduct examinations and collect animal and plant samples on the islands of Floreana , San Salvador and Isabela . Nicholas Lawson, director of the prison camp on the island of Floreana, draws his attention to the fact that the turtles living on the Galápagos Islands can be assigned to specific islands based on their tanks. Darwin didn't pay much attention to that remark or to the Galapagos finches at the time .
  • On October 20th, the HMS Beagle sets out to cross the Pacific Ocean. A good three weeks later, the atoll Puka-Puka in the Tuamotu Archipelago was sighted.
  • On the evening of November 15th , Tahiti was reached, where the ship was anchored for ten days. In Papeete Darwin and FitzRoy meet with the Tahitian Queen Pomaré IV .
  • During the journey to New Zealand , Darwin completes his theory about the formation of coral reefs , which he had already begun on the west coast of South America.
  • Darwin uses the ten-day stay in the north of New Zealand's North Island again for excursions inland. He visits the missionaries of the Te Waimate Mission and examined peculiar limestone formations near Kaikohe .


Golden hat from Schifferstadt


Interacting Galaxies NGC 3314




Visual arts

Joseph Ferdinand Boissard de Boisdenier : Episode de la Retraite de Russie


Music and theater

Maria Malibran




  • February 20 : The city of Concepción in Chile is completely destroyed in an earthquake . Because the three-minute earthquake occurs at 11:30 a.m., fewer than 100 people have died in the city. In total, however, around 5,000 people die from the forces of nature, because the houses in 70 surrounding villages collapse and a subsequent tsunami washed the fishing port of Talcahuano into the sea.
  • December 16 : A large fire breaks out in downtown New York , which lays large parts of the city to rubble and ashes. Fighting the fire is next to impossible because of the extreme cold that has frozen most of the water resources. As if by a miracle, only two people died in the disaster.


January February

March April

Leopold II.

May June

Pope Pius X.

July August

September October

Adolf von Baeyer, 1905

November December

Andrew Carnegie
Mark Twain

Exact date of birth unknown


First half of the year

Sarcophagus of Emperor Franz II / I. in the Capuchin Crypt ; his heart was buried separately and is in the Loreto Chapel of the Augustinian Church in Vienna .

Second half of the year

Exact date of death unknown

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