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* 1730 Johann Georg Hamann, German philosopher ( d. 1788 )
* 1788 Adoniram Judson, American missionary ( d. 1850 )
Augustin-Jean Fresnel ( ; ; 1788 1827 )
* 1788 Leopold Gmelin, German chemist ( d. 1853 )
* 1741 Jean-François de Galaup, comte de La Pérouse, French navy officer and explorer ( d. 1788 )
* 1788 Maryland becomes the seventh state to ratify the Constitution of the United States.
In 1788 Jean Jacques Barthelemy ( 1716 95 ), a highly esteemed classical scholar and Jesuit, published The Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in Greece, about a young Scythian descended from Anacharsis.
* 1788 Francisco Balagtas, Filipino poet ( d. 1862 )
* 1788 Wilhelmine Reichard, German balloonist ( d. 1848 )
* 1714 Adam Gib, Scottish religious leader ( d. 1788 )
* 1788 David G. Burnet, American politician, president of the Republic of Texas ( d. 1870 )
* 1730 Antonín Kammel, Czech composer and violinist ( d. 1788 )
* Reuben Cone ( 1788 1851 ), an important pioneer and landowner in Atlanta, Georgia
Zalta, Venice ( 1788 1795 )
* Infante Carlos of Spain, Count of Molina ( 1788 1855 ), first Carlist pretender to the throne of Spain ( as Charles V )
** Charles III ( 1759 1788 )
** Charles IV ( 1788 1808, 1808 )
The central argument in Principles was that the present is the key to the past a concept of the Scottish Enlightenment which David Hume had stated as " all inferences from experience suppose ... that the future will resemble the past ", and James Hutton had described when he wrote in 1788 that " from what has actually been, we have data for concluding with regard to that which is to happen thereafter.
David was the third of six children, two daughters and four sons: James ( 1777 1847 ), minister at Craig, Ferryden ; David ; David ; George ( 1784 1855 ), minister at Scoonie, Fife ; and Patrick ( 1788 1859 ), minister at the abbey church, Paisley.
The Shihab leadership continued until the middle of the 19th century and culminated in the illustrious governorship of Amir Bashir Shihab II ( 1788 1840 ) who, after Fakhr-al-Din, was the most powerful feudal lord Lebanon produced.
" His father-in-law provided the money he needed for the trip, and David headed for Rome with his wife and three of his students, one of whom, Jean-Germain Drouais ( 1763 1788 ), was the Prix de Rome winner of that year.
A notorious instance from the Britannica's early years is the rejection of Newtonian gravity by George Gleig, the chief editor of the 3rd edition ( 1788 1797 ), who wrote that gravity was caused by the classical element of fire.

1788 and American
The Britannica was dedicated to the reigning British monarch from 1788 to 1901 and then, upon its sale to an American partnership, to the British monarch and the President of the United States.
Vancouver did eventually learn of the river before he finished his survey — from Robert Gray, captain of the American merchant ship that conducted the first Euroamerican sailing of the Columbia River on 11 May 1792, after first sighting it on an earlier voyage in 1788.
* 1788 South Carolina ratifies the Constitution as the 8th American state.
* 1725 Thomas Cushing, American Continental Congressman and acting Governor of Massachusetts ( d. 1788 )
* 1788 Sarah Josepha Hale, American poet ( d. 1879 )
Frequently reviled by Americans as a tyrant and the instigator of the American War of Independence, he was insane off and on after 1788 as his eldest son served as regent.
* April 30 Sarah Josepha Hale, American author ( b. 1788 )
* August 23 Rafael Urdaneta, hero of the Latin American War of Independence ( b. 1788 )
** Thomas Cushing, American Continental Congressman ( d. 1788 )
He was elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1788.
In America, expressions of gratitude to France for its help in the American Revolution included the naming of the city of Marietta, Ohio, founded in 1788.
The architect of the Second Bank of the United States was William Strickland ( 1788 1854 ), a former student of Benjamin Latrobe ( 1764 1820 ), the man who is often called the first professionally-trained American architect.
* Charles Robert Sherman ( 1788 1829 ), American lawyer and public servant
The founding of the British penal colony at Sydney Cove in 1788 was in the geopolitical context of the revolution in the American colonies in 1776 and a year before the French revolution of 1789.
Genevieve, the first American settlers started showing up in about 1788, and trickled upriver from Cape Girardeau and New Madrid.
* Robert P. Letcher ( 1788 1861 ) was an American politician who served as a U. S. Representative, diplomat and governor of Kentucky.
Bryan County was created on December 19, 1793, named after Jonathan Bryan ( 1708 1788 ), an American Revolutionary War partisan.
Following the American Revolutionary War, the town in 1788 revoked Mashpee self-government, which American officials considered a failure.
New Madrid was founded in 1788 by American frontiersmen.
The town was formed in 1788 by Colonel John Harper, who fought for the state of New York in the American Revolutionary war.

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