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* 1768 Jean-Baptiste Bessières, French marshal ( d. 1813 )
* Joseph von Hazzi ( 1768 1845 ): Bavarian Privy Councillor
* 1768 Saint Isaac's Cathedral is founded in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
* 1768 James Cook begins his first voyage.
* 1768 Joseph Dennie, American author and journalist ( d. 1812 )
She was a daughter of Frederick William of Nassau-Weilburg ( 1768 1816 ) and his wife Burgravine Louise Isabelle of Kirchberg.
Following his conquest of most of Western Europe, the first Napoleon made his elder brother Joseph ( 1768 1844 ) king first of Naples ( 1806 1808 ) and then of Spain ( 1808 1813 ), his third brother Louis ( 1778 1846 ) king of Holland ( 1806 1810 ) ( subsequently forcing his abdication after his failure to subordinate Dutch interests to those of France ) and his youngest brother Jérôme Bonaparte ( 1784 1860 ) king of Westphalia, the short-lived realm created from some of the states of northwestern Germany ( 1807 1813 ).
# Joseph Bonaparte ( Corte 1768 Florence 1844 ), King of Naples and Spain, married Julie Clary, sister of Napoleon's childhood sweetheart, Désirée, who was to become the wife of General Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, the later Charles XIV of Sweden.
The Corsican language has been influenced by the languages of the major powers taking an interest in Corsican affairs ; earlier by those of the Medieval Italian powers: Tuscany ( 828 1077 ), Pisa ( 1077 1282 ) and Genoa ( 1282 1768 ), more recently by France ( 1768 present ), which, since 1789, has promulgated the official Parisian French.
* 1768 King Taksin's coronation achieved through conquest as a king of Thailand and established Thonburi as a capital.
* 1768 The first edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica is published.
* 1844 Eustachy Erazm Sanguszko, Polish general and politician ( b. 1768 )

1768 and Joseph
* Lo speziale ( The Apothecary ) by Joseph Haydn ( 1768 )
* 1768 Édouard Adolphe Casimir Joseph Mortier, French marshal ( d. 1835 )
The couple had six children: James ( 1763 94 ), Nathaniel ( 1764 81 ), Elizabeth ( 1767 71 ), Joseph ( 1768 68 ), George ( 1772 72 ) and Hugh ( 1776 93 ).
* 1768 Joseph Anton Koch, Austrian painter ( d. 1839 )
Etruria Hall, the family home, built 1768 1771 by Joseph Pickford.
* 1768 Joseph Fourier, French mathematician ( d. 1830 )
* July 28 Joseph Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon I and King of Naples and Spain ( b. 1768 )
* July 28 Édouard Adolphe Casimir Joseph Mortier, French marshal ( b. 1768 )
Corte was the birthplace of Joseph Bonaparte ( 1768 1844 ), the eldest brother of the French Emperor Napoleon I, who made him King of Naples ( 1806 1808 ) and Spain ( 1808 1813 ).
Image: Corte maison n ° 1 Place du Poilu. jpg | House of birth of Joseph Bonaparte ( 1768 )
The Fourier series is named in honour of Joseph Fourier ( 1768 1830 ), who made important contributions to the study of trigonometric series, after preliminary investigations by Leonhard Euler, Jean le Rond d ' Alembert, and Daniel Bernoulli.
Joseph was born Giuseppe Buonaparte in 1768 to Carlo Buonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino at Corte, the capital of the Corsican Republic.
* Joseph Bonaparte ( 1768 1844 ), Napoleon's elder brother.
* Joseph Bonaparte ( 1768 1844 ), King of Naples and Sicily, King of Spain and the Indies and brother to Napoleon I of France.
* Joseph Sydney Yorke ( 1768 1831 ), British admiral
Fourier (; ) most commonly refers to Joseph Fourier ( 1768 1830 ), French mathematician and physicist, or the mathematics, physics, and engineering terms named in his honor for his work on the concepts underlying them:
* Joseph Fourier ( 1768 1830 ), French mathematician and physicist
File: An Experiment on a Bird in an Air Pump by Joseph Wright of Derby, 1768. jpg | An Experiment on a Bird in an Air Pump by Joseph Wright of Derby, 1768

1768 and Bonaparte
Joseph-Napoleon Bonaparte ( 7 January 1768 28 July 1844 ) was the elder brother of Napoleon Bonaparte, who made him King of Naples and Sicily ( 1806 1808 ), and later King of Spain ( 1808 1813, as José I ).
* Joseph Bonaparte ( 7 January 1768 28 July 1844 ) King of Naples and Sicily, King of Spain and the Indies, and Comte de Survilliers.
* Joseph Bonaparte ( 7 January 1768 28 July 1844 ) King of Naples and Sicily, King of Spain and the Indies, and Comte de Survilliers.

1768 and King
* 1768 James Otis, Jr. offends the King and Parliament in a speech to the Massachusetts General Court.
* 1768 John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for The North Briton severely criticizing King George III.
These practices caused confusion and dissension in Cabinet meetings, especially during the dysfunctional ministries of the Earl of Chatham from 1766 1768 and of the Duke of Grafton from 1768 1770 when no one, not even the King, seemed to be in charge.
In Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of King Richard the Third ( 1768 ), Walpole disputed all the alleged murders and argued that Richard may have acted in good faith.
* December 3 Frederick VI, King of Denmark, ex-King of Norway ( b. 1768 )
King Louis XV, dissatisfied with Clement XIII's action in regard to the Duke of Parma, occupied the Papal States from 1768 to 1774 and substituted French institutions for those in force with the approval of the people of Avignon ; a French party grew up which, after the sanguinary massacres of La Glacière between the adherents of the Papacy and the Republicans ( 16 17 October 1791 ), carried all before it, and induced the Constituent Assembly to decree the union of Avignon and the Comtat ( comital district ) Venaissin with France on 14 September 1791.
He was retained as travelling physician (" Livmedikus hos Kong Christian VII ") on 5 April 1768, and accompanied the entourage on the King ’ s foreign tour to Paris and London via Hannover from 6 May 1768 to 12 January 1769.
Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel ( Caroline Amelia Elizabeth ; later Queen Caroline ; 17 May 1768 7 August 1821 ) was the Queen consort of King George IV of the United Kingdom from 29 January 1820 until her death.
On this second visit to England, he was lauded by the English nobility and critics alike, and invited to exhibit at leading art societies ; moreover, King George III is said to have commissioned the out-sized painting River Landscape with the Finding of Moses ( 1768 ).
The Franciscans took over the administration of the missions on the Baja California Peninsula from the Jesuits after King Carlos III ordered them forcibly expelled from New Spain on February 3, 1768.
After King Carlos III ordered the Jesuits expelled from New Spain on February 3, 1768, Serra was named " Father Presidente ".
* Frederick VI of Denmark ( 1768 1839 ), King of Denmark and Norway
The settlers refused to leave, and King George bought the land from the Iroquois in 1768.
In 1768 a civil war arose in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, when the Bar Confederation sought to depose King Stanisław August Poniatowski.

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