1822

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May 19, 2022

Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century Decades: 1770s - 1780s - 1790s - 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s - 1840s - 1850s - 1860s years - 1870s Years: 1817 - 1818 - 1819 - 1820 - 1821 - 1822 - 1823 - 1824 - 1825 - 1826 - 1827

Events

Fixed date events

May 26 - Grue church fire July 26-27 - Secret hearing between Simón Bolívar and José de San Martín in Guayaquil

Events with an indefinite date

Liberation of Brazil from Portuguese colonization. The American Colonial Society deploys liberated Negro slaves in Africa and establishes Liberia. Construction of the Cathedral in Esztergom begins. In Krakow, the construction of the Planty Park begins around the Old Town, on the trail of the city walls demolished by the Austrians.

Topics of the year

1822 in science

1822 in music

1826 in the literature

January - The first Aurora magazine is published (1822–1837)

Births

January 1 - Poet Frigyes Kerényi, lawyer († 1852) January 1 - Major Fulöp Figyelmessy, Colonel of the North in the American Civil War († 1907) January 3 - William Nylander, Finnish botanist and entomologist († 1899) February 2 - Ignác Barna, dentist, poet, correspondent of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1894) February 7 - Ðorđe Stratimirović, commander-in-chief of the Serbian insurgents during the War of Independence in 1848-49 († 1908) March 13 - József Irinyi, Hungarian newspaper writer, translator, member of the Youth in March, author of the 12 points summarizing the demands of the Pest revolution that broke out on March 15, 1848 and draftsman of the first version, Member of Parliament, brother of János Irinyi († 1859) March 14 - Geologist József Szabó († 1894) May 3 - István Bittó, Hungarian politician, Prime Minister († 1903) May 10 - Austrian painter August von Pettenkofen († 1889) May 13 - Bourbon Francis of Assisi, King of Spain, II. Husband of Queen Isabella of Spain († 1902) May 20 - Frédéric Passy, ​​French economist, Nobel Peace Prize winner († 1912) May 20 - Josef Seegen Austrian Balneologist, Physiologist († 1904) May 26 - Writer Edmond de Goncourt († 1896) June 8 - General János Czetz († 1904) June 23 - Colonel János Máriássy († 1905) July 22 - Gregor Mendel, geneticist († 1884) October 19 - Károly Zágonyi, Commander-in-Chief of the Army of 1848 in the American Civil War, "Springfield Hero" († 1867) October 22 - Orlai Petrich Soma painter († 1880) October 25 - Doctor of Arts Dux Adolf, member of the Kisfaludy Society († 1881) November 15 - Kornél Ábrányi, music writer, composer, pianist, music teacher († 1903) November 17 - Emil Récsi Hungarian jurist, translator († 1864) December 10 - César Franck composer, organist († 1890)

Deaths

January 24 - Pasha Ali Tepelen, Albanian-born Ottoman commander, once lord of the south-western corner of the Balkans (* 1741) February 21 - György Zakál of Nemesnépi writer in Őrség, author of the first landscape mongrography in Hungarian (* 1761) February 23 - Gergely Berzeviczy, economic writer (* 1763) June 25 - E. T. A. Hoffmann, an outstanding writer of German romance, composer, music critic, conductor, lawyer, graphic artist and cartoonist (* 1776) July 7 - Percy Bysshe Shelley, English poet (* 1792) August 25 - William Herschel, explorer of the planet Uranus, one of the greatest observatory astronomers of all time (* 1738) October 25 - György Antal Csermák, composer (* circa 1774) October 13 - Antonio Canova, with me