1827

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August 12, 2022

1827 (MDCCCXXVII, in Roman numerals) was a common year of the 19th century Gregorian Calendar, of the Age of Christ, and its Sunday letter was G (52 weeks), it started on a Monday and ended also on a Monday.

Events

February 20 - Battle of Passo do Rosário between Brazilian troops and Argentine-Uruguayan forces. April 7th and April 8th - Battle of Monte Santiago. Brazilian naval division destroys Argentine Navy force in Cisplatine War episode. August 11 - creation of the first legal courses in Brazil in São Paulo, at the Convento de São Francisco (future Faculty of Law at Largo de São Francisco and Olinda, at Monastery of São Bento (future Faculty of Law of Olinda and, later, Faculty of Law of Recife Law). August 27 - Confirmation of the donation of the captaincy of the island of Santa Maria, Azores to António de Vasconcelos e Sousa da Câmara Caminha Faro e Veiga. England recognized Brazil's independence, but for that, it demanded the renewal of the Treaty of Commerce and Navigation for another fifteen years. Braille is invented by Frenchman Louis Braille this year in Paris. September 22 - The Book of Mormon is delivered to Joseph Smith Jr.

Births

March 8 - Wilhelm Bleek. April 29 - Maria da Piedade Caetano Álvares Pereira Melo, 7th Duchess of Cadaval. August 5 - Deodoro da Fonseca, first President of Brazil (d. 1892). September 27 - Pierre Emmanuel Tirard, French politician (d. 1893). November 26 - Ellen G. White, Prophetess. December 5th - Birth of António Gonçalves de Freitas in Ponta Delgada.

Deaths

Joseph Smith Jr. February 19 - Armand Augustin Louis de Caulaincourt, French general and diplomat (b. 1773). March 5 - Alessandro Volta, Italian scientist, inventor of the electric cell (b. 1745). March 5 – Pierre Simon Laplace, French mathematician (b. 1749). August 12 - William Blake, English poet, painter and engraver (b. 1757). September 4 – Heinrich Boie, German zoologist (b. 1794). September 22 - Joseph Smith Jr., Receives the gold plates from Moroni. March 26 – Ludwig van Beethoven, famous German composer.

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