1841

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November 27, 2021

Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century Decades: 1790s - 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s - 1840s - 1850s - 1860s - 1870s - 1880s years - 1890s Years: 1836 - 1837 - 1838 - 1839 - 1840 - 1841 - 1842 - 1843 - 1844 - 1845 - 1846

Events

January 2 - Lajos Landerer and Gusztáv Heckenast print the first issue of the Pesti Hírlap edited by Lajos Kossuth. March 4 - The 9th President of the United States, William Henry Harrison, who was diagnosed with pneumonia at his inauguration ceremony and dies a month later, is inaugurated. (He was the first president to die during his term.) March 16 - Proclamation of the Yucatan Republic, which lasts until 1848, separate from Mexico April 4 - The 10th President of the United States, John Tyler, is inaugurated. April 8 - István Széchenyi establishes the first Boating Association on the model of English rowing clubs. May 3 - New Zealand is declared an English colony. July 13 - Signing of the Dardanella Convention closes the Strait to the Black Sea from warships in all countries. November 2 - A popular uprising breaks out in Kabul, the start of the Anglo-Afghan war.

Topics of the year

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Births

January 28 - Ede Újházi Hungarian actor, character comedian, one of the pioneers of realist acting († 1915) January 28 - Sir Henry Morton Stanley, Welsh-born American journalist and African researcher († 1904) March 10 - Károly Engeszer financial draftsman († 1871) March 25 - Allaga Géza cello and dulcimer artist, composer († 1913) May 11 - Gyula Pauler historian, archivist († 1903) July 31 - Ignác Kuncz, lawyer, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1903) September 2 - Julius von Payer Austrian-Hungarian monarchical military officer, polar researcher, climber, cartographer and landscape painter († 1915) September 12 - Savóú Jóska, famous bakony outlaw († 1907) September 28 - Georges Clemenceau, French politician († 1929) November 16 - Ferenc Kossuth, Hungarian engineer of the dualism era, politician, minister, son of Lajos Kossuth († 1914) November 19 - Frigyes Schulek, architect († 1919)

Deaths

February 5 - Gábor Csepcsányi, academic teacher, panel judge and poet of several counties (* 1775) February 11 - Bethlen Elek, Imperial and Royal Chamber (* 1777) June 1 - Nicolas Appert, French inventor (* 1749) July 14 - Isaiah of Buda theologian, philosopher, writer, historian, Reformed bishop (* 1766) July 27 - Mikhail Yuriyevich Lermontov, Russian poet (* 1814) August 14 - Johann Friedrich Herbart, German philosopher, teacher (* 1776) December 8 - Johann Heinrich Dannecker, German Classicist Sculptor (* 1758)

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