January 19, 2022

Events in Poland

January 9 - General Jan Henryk Dąbrowski signed an agreement with the Board of the Lombardy Republic on the establishment of Polish Legions to support the Lombard army. January 20 - General Jan Henryk Dąbrowski issued an appeal encouraging to join the Polish Legions in Italy. June 28 - Kęty in Małopolska was almost completely destroyed by fire. June 30 - the defeat of the insurgents in the only major armed clash with the Austrians at Dobronowice during the Deniski insurrection, the first after the Kościuszko Uprising, the armed uprising of Poles in the fight for independence. July 16-19 - Józef Wybicki wrote the text of Mazurek Dąbrowski. December 15 - a fire broke out in the castle in Kętrzyn, one of the oldest Zoobotanical Gardens in the country was established in Toruń.

World events

January 7 - In Reggio nell'Emilia the three-color banner of the Lombard Legion was consecrated and later adopted as the flag of a united Italy. January 13 - Anglo-French War: British frigate HMS Indefatigable and the smaller ship HMS Amazon intercepted and stranded the liner Droits de l'Homme returning to France after an unsuccessful landing on the Irish coast. Over a thousand members of the crew and transported soldiers died. January 14 - Napoleonic Wars: French victory over Austrians at the Battle of Rivoli. January 15 - a top hat appeared on men's heads for the first time in London. January 26 - Austria, Prussia and Russia signed the final partition convention in St. Petersburg, stating that the name of the Kingdom of Poland was to be erased from the maps forever. February 2 - First anti-French coalition: Napoleon's army captured the city of Mantua in Lombardy after 9 months of siege, taking 18,000 prisoners. Austrian defenders. February 4 - The Ecuadorian city of Riobamba was completely destroyed by an earthquake; over 6,000 were killed people. February 14 - The British defeated the Spanish fleet at the Battle of Cape St. Vincent. February 18 - British troops successfully invaded the island of Trinidad, which was a Spanish colony so far. 19 February - The Treaty of Tolentino was signed, in which Pope Pius VI agreed to the annexation of the County of Venaissin by France. February 21 - The British captured the island of Trinidad. February 23 - failed attempt to invade England by French troops. February 26 - The reduction of gold reserves as a result of the war with the First Republic forced the Bank of England to issue paper money. The Bank of England issued the first pound note. March 4 - John Adams succeeded George Washington as President of the United States of America. March 13 - Luigi Cherubini's opera Medea premiered in Paris. April 16 - Paul I of Romanov was crowned Tsar of Russia. April 17 - Napoleon Bonaparte made a peace treaty with the Austrians in Leoben, under which Austria was to lose Belgium and Lombardy to France in exchange for Venetian territories, Istria and Dalmatia. The treaty was confirmed by an official agreement concluded at Campo Formio on October 17, 1797. 10 May - The first US Navy USS United States was launched. May 12 - Napoleon Bonaparte completed the 1,070-year period of independence of the Venetian Republic. May 27 - François Noël Babeuf, leader of the radical Equal Alliance is guillotined. June 14 - Napoleon Bonaparte liquidated the Republic of Genoa. June 17 - in the city of Shusha in today's Azerbaijan, the Shah of Persia Agha Mohammad Kajar was murdered. June 29 - Napoleon Bonaparte established the Cisalpine Republic in northern Italy. 14 July - Napoleon Bonaparte created the Ligurian Republic in Italy. July 20 - the first public performance of Mazurka Dąbrows took place in Reggio Emilia

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