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January 23, 2022

Events

Catalan countries February 13: Domènec Terradellas is born in Barcelona, ​​the greatest Catalan-Italian opera composer of the eighteenth century. June 13 - Conference in Cervera for the purpose of preparing an armistice, but the condition that the Catalan liberties be maintained makes the conference fail. June 22: Under the Hospitalet Convention in the framework of the War of the Spanish Succession, English and Austrian troops are evacuated from Barcelona and Catalonia is left alone in the fight against Philip V. for the purpose of preparing an armistice, but the condition that Catalan liberties be maintained makes the conference fail. July 9 - Catalonia: The Junta de Braços calls for resistance to the end against Philip V in defense of the country. July 12 - Catalonia: Valencian volunteers create two regiments to defend Barcelona. July 16 - Torredembarra (Tarragona): Bourbon victory at the Battle of Torredembarra, during the Catalan war. August 9 - Barcelona: Antoni Berenguer, military deputy of the Generalitat, manages to break the naval blockade of the city to which the Bourbons subjected it. August 11 - Caldes d'Estrac (Maresme): General Rafael Nebot's cavalry defeats the Philippians. September 3 - Terrassa (Vallès Occidental): Bourbon troops occupy the town, set it on fire and loot it for three days. September 10 - Catalan victory in the convent of Santa Madrona in the framework of the Siege of Barcelona during the Catalan War. September 28 - Castell de Ciutat (La Seu d'Urgell, Alt Urgell: General Moragues surrenders Castellciutat after the siege of the Bourbon army during the Catalan War. October 19 - Attack on Can Navarro in Barcelona, ​​part of the Siege of Barcelona during the Catalan War. October 31 - Cardona (el Bages): End of the Siege of Cardona in the framework of the Catalan War. November 19 - Navès (the Solsonès): the Catalans win the Battle of Navès in the context of the Catalan War. Rest of the world April 11 - Utrecht (Netherlands): The Treaty of Utrecht is signed, a peace treaty signed between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Portugal, to end the conflicts caused by the War of the Spanish Succession. The treaty did not respect the question of the Constitutions of Catalonia, which gave rise to the so-called "case of the Catalans". July 9 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The English cannot occupy Port Duquesne during the Braddock Expedition in the Franco-Indian War. August 9 - Atlantic Ocean (between the Azores and Cape São Vicente: The Spanish Navy wins the Battle of Cape Santa Maria in the context of the American Revolutionary War. October 6 - Schwedt (Brandenburg, Prussia): Prussia and the Russian Tsarat sign the Treaty of Schwedt in the context of the Great Northern War in which Swedish territories are divided. Prussia retains Swedish Pomerania and Russia retains Swedish Ingria, Swedish Estonia and Karelia. Prussia also agrees to pay an annual fine to Russia. England secures monopoly on slave trade with Latin America

Births

Països Catalans November 24 - Petra, Mallorca: Junípero Serra, Majorcan Franciscan friar, who founded the mission of Upper California (d. 1784). Rest of the world May 3 - Paris, Kingdom of France: Alexis Claude Clairaut, French mathematician ( m. 1765) .September 23 - Ferdinand VI of Spain. October 5 - Denis Diderot, French philosopher and encyclopedist.

Obituaries

Països CatalansNovember 2 - Vic (Osona): Bac de Roda, Catalan soldier, head of the Miquelets. Rest of the world January 8 - Rome (Italy): Arcangelo Corelli, Italian Baroque composer. (b. 1653) December 15 - Rome: Carlo Maratta, Italian pontifical painter of the High Baroque. Besalú: Antoni de Planella i de Cruïlles, 113th president of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Miquel

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