January 26, 2022

1832 (MDCCCXXXII, in Roman numerals) was a leap year of the 19th century of the current Gregorian Calendar, of the Age of Christ, and its dominical letters were A and G (52 weeks), it started on a Sunday and ended on a Monday. market.


Appointment of the first liberal ministry in Angra do Heroísmo, Terceira island, Azores. The War of the Cabanos (not to be confused with the Cabanagem that erupted three years later in Pará), a revolt of the Jacuípe Indians against forced recruitment, begins in Brazil (Alagoas and Pernambuco region). The only village on the island of Corvo, Azores, called Nossa Senhora dos Milagres is elevated to the category of village, with an independent City Council and is renamed Vila do Corvo. Reference date to an old chapel in the parish of Cinco Ribeiras, Terceira island, Azores, located in Canada do Pilar, and which is at the origin of the current Church of Nossa Senhora do Pilar, whose first stone was blessed on May 20, 1867. End of reign of Dorji Namgyal, Desi Druk of the Kingdom of Bhutan, reigned since 1831. Beginning of the reign of Adap Thrinley, Desi Druk of the Kingdom of Bhutan, reigned until 1835. Beginning of the construction of the Church of Santo Cristo, located in Fajã da Caldeira de Santo Cristo, was blessed on November 10, 1835.


January 6 - Rebels invade and conquer the city of Belém, killing the then intendant Lobo, starting the Cabanos War (not to be confused with the Cabanagem that broke out three years later in Pará).


February 20 - Charles Darwin, aboard the HMS Beagle, arrives in Fernando de Noronha. He will remain on Brazilian soil until July 5 February 22 - Arrival of King D. Pedro IV on the island of São Miguel, Azores, and celebrations in Vila Franca do Campo, island of São Miguel, for the arrival of D. Pedro IV.


March 3 - Arrival of King D. Pedro IV to Terceira Island, Azores and Dissolution of the Regency of Terceira. March 16 - Creation of the Azores City Hall, headquartered in Angra do Heroísmo, Terceira island. March 16 - Celebrations in Angra, Terceira, for the arrival of King Pedro IV. to this island.


1 April - Arrival of King D. Pedro IV to the island of Faial, Azores. April 6 - Enactment of a decree reorganizing the Azores customs. April 6 - The Queen's Volunteers depart from Terceira, passing through the island of São Miguel, together with the Hunters Battalion No. 2. "Liberator Army", which will go down in Portuguese History as "Os Bravos do Mindelo"; April 26 - Arrival of King D. Pedro IV to Ponta Delgada, São Miguel Island, Azores.


May 16 - Constitution of the Province of the Azores with headquarters in Angra do Heroísmo, Terceira Island, Azores. May 16 - Creation of the Court of Appeal of the Azores, headquartered in Ponta Delgada, island of São Miguel. May 30 - Appointment of the Reverend Dr. Bernardo do Canto Faria e Maia in the position of temporal governor and general visitor of the bishopric of Angra, Azores.


June 27 - Departure of the liberal fleet from the port of Ponta Delgada towards the Kingdom.


July 3 - Beginning of the Azores Court of Appeal. July 26 - The Brazilian Chamber tries to carry out a federalist coup, but fails in the face of the Senate's reaction.


October 6 - Fire of the Vila do Porto matrix, the Church of Nossa Senhora de Assunção, Santa Maria island, Azores.


January 23 – Édouard Manet, French painter (d. 1883). January 27 – Lewis Carroll, English mathematician and writer (d. 1898) April 5 - Jules Ferry, French lawyer, journalist and politician (d. 1893). May 21 - Hudson Taylor, English Protestant missionary in China (d. 1905). June 12 - Pierre Théoma Boisrond-Canal, president of Haiti from 1876 to 1879, in 1888 and 1902 (d. 1905). June 17 - Sir William Crookes, English physicist, chemist and spiritist researcher (d. 1919). July 11th - Charila

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