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* 1772 – King Gustav III completes his coup d ' état by adopting a new Constitution, ending half a century of parliamentary rule in Sweden and installing himself as an enlightened despot.
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* 1772 – Gustav III of Sweden stages a coup d ' état, in which he assumes power and enacts a new constitution that divides power between the Riksdag and the King.
* Aphorismi de cognoscendis et curandis morbis ( Leiden, 1709 ), on which his pupil and assistant, Gerard van Swieten ( 1700 – 1772 ) published a commentary in 5 vols.
A more successful " New Version " by Bishop Mark Hildesley ( 1698 – 1772 ) was in use until 1824 when English liturgy became universal on the island.
In part, it was conceived in reaction to the French Encyclopédie of Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d ' Alembert ( published 1751 – 1772 ), which had been inspired by Chambers's Cyclopaedia ( first edition 1728 ).
Carte de la Guyane françoise et l ' isle de Cayenne effectuée en 1793 par Jacques-Nicolas Bellin ( 1703 – 1772 ) un cartographe affecté au ministère de la Marine française.
# On 15 September 1790, to his double first cousin Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies ( 6 June 1772 – 13 April 1807 ), daughter of King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies ( both were grandchildren of Empress Maria Theresa and shared all of their other grandparents in common ), with whom he had twelve children, of whom only seven reached adulthood.
Vancouver's first naval service was as a midshipman aboard, on James Cook's second voyage ( 1772 – 1775 ) searching for Terra Australis.
The movement, from 1772 until 1805, involved Herder as well as polymath Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ( 1749 – 1832 ) and Friedrich Schiller ( 1759 – 1805 ), a poet and historian.
The three Partitions of Poland | Partitions of the Polish – Lithuanian Commonwealth ( 1772, 1793, and 1795 )
The philosopher Denis Diderot was Editor in Chief of the famous Enlightenment accomplishment, the 72, 000 article Encyclopédie ( 1751 – 1772 ).
1772 and King
King Alfred's Tower ( 1772 ) on the supposed site of Egbert's Stone, the mustering place before the Battle of Ethandun.
During the First Partition of Poland in 1772, the city state was annexed by King Frederick the Great of the Kingdom of Prussia.
From 1772 onwards the titles of Duke of Prussia and Elector of Brandenburg were always attached to the title of King of Prussia.
The 1797 scheme came from the renowned Prussian architect Friedrich David Gilly ( 1772 – 1800 ), who proposed a monument to the former Prussian King, Friedrich II.
William I Frederick, born Willem Frederik Prins van Oranje-Nassau ( 24 August 1772 – 12 December 1843 ), was a Prince of Orange and the first King of the Netherlands and Grand Duke of Luxembourg.
Turgot was to be an administrator under King Louis XV in 1772, and became Controller-General of Finance under Louis XVI in 1774.
King Gustav III ( 1746 – 1792 ) came to the throne in 1771, and in 1772 led a coup d ' état, with French support, that established him as an " enlightened despot ," who ruled at will.
In 1772, as a result of the First Partition, instigated by Prussia's King Frederick II (" the Great "), Krasicki became a Prussian subject.
After half a century of largely unrestricted parliamentary rule proved just as ruinous, King Gustav III seized back royal power in the coup d ' état of 1772, and later once again abolished the privy council under the Union and Security Act in 1789, which, in turn, was rendered void in 1809 when Gustav IV Adolf was deposed in a coup and the constitution of 1809 was put in its place.
Most of Polish Royal Prussia was annexed by King Frederick the Great of Prussia in the 1772 First Partition of Poland.
In 1772 he cooperated in the revolutionary plans of his elder brother, King Gustav III of Sweden and as a sign of recognition, was appointed Duke of Södermanland.
The Act was largely rolled back after King Gustav's coup d ' état in 1772, restored after the overthrowing of his son, Gustav IV of Sweden in 1809, and fully recognized with the abolishment of the king's pregorative to cancel licenses in the 1840s.
Hartford is located on a portion of land owned by Colonel Andrew Waggener, who in 1772 was given by King George III for his services in the French and Indian War.
The coup by which King Gustav III secured power ( 19 August 1772 ) was a major diplomatic triumph for France and brought to an end the Swedish Age of Liberty.
* Rabbi Dov Ber of Mezeritch ( 1704 – 1772 ) traced to King David by way of Rabbi Yohanan, the sandle-maker and master in the Talmud
The marriage was illegal because it had not received the prior approval of King George III and the Privy Council as required by the Royal Marriages Act 1772.