1811

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May 21, 2022

1811 is a normal year starting on Tuesday according to the Christian era (Gregorian calendar).

Other calendars

Zodiac: Yin Metal Goat Japan (Kansei calendar) 8 years of culture 2471 imperial year China Qing: Kakei 16 years Korea Joseon: Sunjo 11 years Dangun 4144 Vietnam Nguyen Dynasty: Kataka 10 years Buddhist calendar: 2353 --2354 Islamic calendar: December 5, 1225-December 15, 1226 Jewish calendar: April 5, 5571-April 15, 5572 Julian calendar: December 20, 1810-December 19, 1811 Modified Julian Day (MJD): -17487 ---17123 Lilian Date (LD): 83354 --83718

Calendar

Events

January 27-An earthquake occurred on Miyakejima due to a volcanic eruption. May 14-Paraguay becomes independent of Spain. The Luddite movement broke out in England (~ around 1817). Avogadro's Law is announced. Golovnin landed on Kunashir Island and was imprisoned in Matsumae (Golovnin Incident).

Birth

February 22-William Barnes, Linguist (+1886) March 5 (February 11, 8th year of culture) --Matsudaira Naritsune, Fukui feudal lord (+1835) March 11-Urbain Le Verrier, Astronomer (+1877) March 20-Napoleon II, Duke of Reichstadt (+ 1832) March 22 (February 22, 8th year of culture) --Sakuma Shozan, military scholar (+ 1864) March 31-Bunsen, German chemist (+1899) April 23 (March 1, 8th year of culture)-Kuroda Nagahiro, Fukuoka feudal lord (+ 1887) May 11-Chang & Eng Bunker Brothers, Known as Conjoined Twins (+1874) May 24 (April 3, 8th year of culture) -Toshitada Doi, Daimyo, 7th feudal lord of the Echizen Ono domain (+ 1868) May 29 (April 8, 8th year of culture) -Naritoshi Ikeda, Okayama feudal lord (+1842) June 11-Vissarion Belinsky, literary critic (+ 1848) June 14-Hariet Beecher Stowe, American Abolitionist and Writer (+ 1896) July 18-Thackeray, British novelist (+ 1863) July 20-Elgin concludes the Treaty of Tientsin, the Anglo-Japanese Treaty of Commerce and the Convention of Peking (+ 1863) as a British politician and plenipotentiary envoy August 3-Elisha Otis, Inventor (+ 1861) August 5-Ambroise Thomas, composer (+1896) August 21-Joseph Derenbourg, Linguist (+ 1895) August 28 (July 10, 8th year of culture) -Maeda Nariyasu, Kaga feudal lord (+1884) August 30-Gautier, French writer (+ 1872) September 12-James Hall, Geologist and Paleontologist (+ 1898) October 22-Franz Liszt, Hungarian composer and pianist (+1886) October 25-Evariste Galois, Mathematician (+ 1832) October 27-Isaac Singer, Inventor (+1875) October 29-Blanc, French Socialist (+ 1882) November 16-Bright, British politician and free trader (+ 1889) November 26 (October 11, 16) -Zeng Guofan, military personnel and politicians of the Qing dynasty (+ 1872) November 28-Maximilian II, King of Bavaria (+ 1864)

Death

January 21 (December 27, 7th year of culture) --The first Dansho Tatekawa, a rakugo storyteller (* year of birth unknown) February 9 (January 16, 8th year of culture) --Zuiou Inamura, Dutch scholar (* 1758) March 7 (February 13, 8th year of culture) --Harumi Murata, national scholar and poet (* 1746) July 29-Richard Bache, Second United States Postmaster General (* 1737) August 31-Louis Antoine de Bouganville, Explorer, Mathematician, Military (* 1729) September 4th (July 17th, 8th year of culture) --Matsumura Goshun, painter (* 1752) October 31-Christian Gotthilf Salzmann, pastor and educator (* 1744) November 21-Heinrich von Kleist, playwright Jar.