1852

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July 5, 2022

Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century Decades: 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s - 1840s - 1850s - 1860s - 1870s - 1880s - 1890s years - 1900s Years: 1847 – 1848 – 1849 – 1850 – 1851 – 1852 – 1853 – 1854 – 1855 – 1856 – 1857

Events

Boer settlers found the Republic of Utrecht in South Africa. February 2 - A fanatical priest - in the Atocha church in Madrid - attempts an assassination II. Against Queen Isabella of Spain. September 9 - Queen (Sultana) Djombe Sudi of Moheli marries Prince Saidi (Sayjid) Hamada (Muhammad bin Nasser Al-Buszaidi) Makadara (Mkadara) of Zanzibar and Oman in Fomboni, the seat of Moheli (Comoro Islands). November 4 – Mexican troops overthrow the French State of Sonora, created in October, by French mercenaries led by the noble adventurer Gaston de Raousset-Boulbon. November 23 – Mailboxes are put into operation for the first time. (in England, on the island of Jersey) November 29 – Ferenc József issues the patent of primogeniture. December 2 - III. Napoleon becomes emperor of France.

Themes of the year

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Births

January 11 – János Csonka, mechanical engineer, inventor († 1939) January 12 – Joseph Joffre, French general, academic (d. 1931) February 16 - Charles Taze Russell founded the "Bible Study Movement († 1916) February 26 – John Harvey Kellogg, American doctor († 1943) March 17 – Ferenc Nagy, lawyer, jurist, politician, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1928) May 1 – Jakab Frim, special education teacher, father of the first Hungarian educational institution built for the disabled (Rákospalota) († 1919) June 25 – Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (d. 1926) July 2 – William Burnside, English mathematician († 1927) August 16 – József Márkus, mayor of Budapest († 1915) September 2 – Paul Bourget, French writer and poet (died 1935) September 13 - István Petelei, Hungarian storyteller and writer from Transylvania. († 1910) September 14 - Sándor Cserháti, economic academic teacher, specialist writer († 1909) September 28 – French chemist Henri Moissan (d. 1907) October 9 – Hermann Emil Fischer, German Nobel Prize-winning chemist († 1919) October 23 – Lajos Hentaller politician, publicist († 1912) November 3 – Emperor Meiji of Japan, whose reign (Meiji Restoration) marked a radical political and social transformation of Japan († 1912) November 5 - František Musil, composer and music teacher at the organ school in Brno († 1908) November 6 – Béni Grosschmid, Hungarian lawyer, university professor, corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, court councilor († 1938) November 11 – Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf, Austrian military officer, imperial and royal field marshal, colonel-general († 1925) November 17 – Lajos Kürthy, landowner, chieftain of the Highlands, appointed minister († 1921) November 21 – Francisco Tárrega, Spanish composer and guitarist, founder of today's classical guitar playing technique († 1909)

Deaths

January 24 – Ján Kollár, poet, one of the ideologists of the Slovak national movement (* 1793) January 25 – Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, Baltic German seafaring explorer, officer in the Tsarist Russian Navy (* 1778) February 28 – József Beszédes, hydraulic engineer, corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (* 1787) March 2 – Auguste Frédéric Louis Viesse de Marmont, Duke of Ragusa, Marshal of France (* 1774) March 4 – Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol, Russian writer (* 1809) June 24 – Pál Bozzai, poet (* 1829) September 14 - Arthur Wellesley, British general of Anglo-Irish origin, commander-in-chief, United