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* 1762 – George IV of the United Kingdom ( d. 1830 )
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Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia from 1762 – 1796, was a member of the House of Ascania, herself the daughter of Christian August, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst.
After getting established, on April 21, 1762, Boudinot married Hannah Stockton ( 1736 – 1808 ), Richard's younger sister.
* 1711 – Luis Vicente de Velasco e Isla, Spanish sailor and commander in the Royal Spanish Navy ( d. 1762 )
There he enjoyed the society of such eminent men as Antoine-Léonard de Chézy ( his primary instructor ), Silvestre de Sacy, Louis Mathieu Langlès, and, above all, of Alexander Hamilton ( 1762 – 1824 ), cousin of the U. S. statesman, who had acquired, when in India, an acquaintance with Sanskrit, and had brought out, along with Langlès, a descriptive catalogue of the Sanskrit manuscripts of the Imperial library.
Giovanni Aldini ( April 10, 1762 – January 17, 1834 ), Italian physicist born at Bologna, was a brother of the statesman Count Antonio Aldini ( 1756 – 1826 ) and nephew of Luigi Galvani, whose treaties on muscular electricity he edited with notes in 1791.
The practice was introduced to the west by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu ( May 26, 1689 – August 21, 1762 ).
Cook married Elizabeth Batts ( 1742 – 1835 ), the daughter of Samuel Batts, keeper of the Bell Inn, Wapping and one of his mentors, on 21 December 1762 at St. Margaret's Church in Barking, Essex.
* 1762 – British forces begin a siege of Havana and temporarily capture the city in the Battle of Havana.
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Benjamin Franklin advertised pencils for sale in his Pennsylvania Gazette in 1729, and George Washington used a three-inch pencil when he surveyed the Ohio Territory in 1762.
The title descended directly to Henry, 10th Earl ( 1734 – 1794 ), a soldier, who wrote " The Method of Breaking Horses " ( 1762 ); George Augustus, 11th Earl ( 1759 – 1827 ), an ambassador extraordinary to Vienna in 1807.
Lord George Cavendish, second son of the third Duke, was a long-standing Member of Parliament and served as Comptroller of the Household from 1761 to 1762.
Kinston was created by an act of the North Carolina General Assembly in December of 1762 as Kingston, in honor of King George III who had just recently ascended to the throne.
Other artists who were commissioned to record the appearance of the gardens were England's first landscape painter George Lambert ( 1700 – 1765 ), the French painter Jacques Rigaud ( 1681 – 1754 ) and the cartographer John Rocque ( 1709 – 1762 ) who produced an engraved survey of Chiswick in 1736 showing the Villa and many of its garden buildings.
In May 1762, Grenville was appointed Northern Secretary, where he took an increasingly hard-line in the negotiations with France and Spain designed to bring the Seven Years War to a close .< ref > George Grenville, Smith Rebellion 1765 < span style =" font-size: 8pt "> Retrieved: 28 October 2010 </ span ></ font > Sources: * History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent Volume V. Bancroft, George.
From 1762 on, Walpole had published the first history of art in Britain, based on the manuscript notebooks of George Vertue, the most important source of information concerning British art before the mid-eighteenth century.
Despite this the marriage was a success, and on 12 August 1762, the Queen gave birth to her first child, the Prince of Wales, who would later become King George IV.
He again applied for a judicial post in December 1762, after an opening in the Exchequer of Pleas came up, but lost to George Perrott, a leading Exchequer barrister.
George Colman ( 21 October 1762 – 17 October 1836 ), known as " the Younger ", English dramatist and miscellaneous writer, was the son of George Colman " the Elder ".
* George IV of the United Kingdom, from his creation as Prince of Wales in 1762 until his accession to the throne in 1820