1832

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May 21, 2022

Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century Decades: 1780s - 1790s - 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s - 1840s - 1850s - 1860s - 1870s years - 1880s Years: 1827 - 1828 - 1829 - 1830 - 1831 - 1832 - 1833 - 1834 - 1835 - 1836 - 1837

Events

Fixed date events

April 18. István Széchenyi's Hungarian Play Color is published in Pest. May 27. Southern German Democratic Assembly calls for the unification and democratization of Germany. June 5 A Republican uprising breaks out in Paris June 7 The Reform Bill is enacted in England. August 15 - XVI Pope Gregory publishes Mirari's famous encyclical, which condemns Catholic liberalism. (He described as unacceptable the complete freedom of conscience and opinion, the idea of ​​separating the state and the church, and the Italian national aspirations.)

Events with an indefinite date

during the year - As a result of the organizing work of István Széchenyi, the Bridge Association is formed. Slavery will be abolished in the English colonies. Adam Mickiewicz's prose book The Polish Nation and the Polish Pilgrimage (Księgi narodu polskiego i pielgrzymstwa polskiego) is published in Paris.

Topics of the year

1832 in the literature

The Hungarian Academy of Sciences publishes the main rules of Hungarian spelling and spelling.

1832 in science

Bolyai Farkas: Tentamen c. mathematical work. Samuel Morse develops the Morse alphabet, beginning experiments with the first recording telegraph. Carl Friedrich Gauss and Wilhelm Weber edit a telegraph with an electromagnetic needle at the University of Göttingen (used until 1838 to transmit scientific results at a distance of 1 km).

1832 in railway transport

Births

January 23 - French painter Edouard Manet († 1883) January 27 - Lewis Carroll, civilian: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, English writer, mathematician († 1898) March 19 - Ármin Vámbéry, linguist, traveler, one of the founders of the Hungarian Geographical Society († 1913) March 22 - Gábor Szarvas, linguist, creator of Hungarian language education († 1895) April 19 - Spanish playwright and politician José Echegaray y Eizaguirre († 1916) May 28 - Franciscan monk and poet Gusztáv Dárdasy († 1873) June 8 - Poet Gyula Balogh († 1855) July 6 - Emperor Miksa I of Mexico († 1867) August 6 - Dunkl János Nepomuk Hungarian pianist of Austrian origin, music publisher († 1910) September 1 - Ferenc Veress inventor, photographer († 1916) September 12 - Lajos Tisza, politician, minister († 1898) October 2 - Edward Burnett Tylor, Anthropologist († 1917) November 29 - Louisa May Alcott, American Writer († 1888) December 8 - Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson Norwegian writer, poet, journalist († 1910) December 15 - Gustave Eiffel, French Architect and Industrialist († 1923)

Deaths

February 2 - Ignacio López Rayón, Mexican independence fighter, convener and president of the Zitácuaro junta (* 1773) February 22 - Ferenc Pethe, journalist, economist (* 1762) March 13 - Aleksander Orłowski, Polish draftsman, graphic artist and painter (* 1777) March 22 - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, German writer, poet (* 1749) April 23 - Alexandre Henri Gabriel de Cassini French botanist (* 1781) May 13 - Georges Cuvier, French zoologist, geologist, founder of comparative anatomy, pioneer of paleontology (* 1769) may