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* 1814 – Calcutta I, the earliest existing Arabic printed version, is published by the British East India Company.
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1814 and –
* 1814 – Nominal beginning of the Bourbon Restoration ; anniversary date that Napoleon abdicates and is exiled to Elba.
* 1814 – American Indian Wars: the Creek sign the Treaty of Fort Jackson, giving up huge parts of Alabama and Georgia.
* 1814 – The Convention of London, a treaty between the United Kingdom and the United Provinces, is signed in London, England.
* 1814 – British troops invade Washington, D. C. and during the Burning of Washington the White House is set ablaze, though not burned to the ground ; as well as several other buildings.
In European Spain, or just " the Peninsula " in the jargon of the Spains, after economic and human ravages of the Napoleonic Invasion ( 1808 ) and the War of Liberation ( 1808 – 1814 ) there ensued the aforementioned Latinamerican conflicts, in addition to the Carlist wars, the liberal-conservative wars, and the bleeding of people and resources into Latin America.
On her return to Haworth, she met William Weightman ( 1814 – 1842 ), her father's new curate, who started work in the parish in August 1839.
* 1814 – The Treaty of Fontainebleau ends the War of the Sixth Coalition against Napoleon Bonaparte, and forces him to abdicate unconditionally for the first time.
1814 and Calcutta
In 1814 a bishop of Calcutta was made ; in 1824 the first bishop was sent to the West Indies and in 1836 to Australia.
It is represented in print by the so-called Calcutta I ( 1814 – 1818 ) and most notably by the Leiden edition ( 1984 ), which is based above all on the Galland manuscript.
In 1815, he left again for England after the island of Java was returned to control of the Netherlands following the Napoleonic Wars, under the terms of the Anglo-Dutch Treaty of 1814, but not before he was officially replaced by John Fendall on account of the poor financial performance of the colony during his administration, as deemed by the successors of Lord Minto in Calcutta.
He succeeded William Roxburgh to become the Superintendent of the Calcutta botanical garden in 1814, but had to return to Britain in 1815 due to his ill health.
It was founded by Dr Nathaniel Wallich, a Danish botanist at Serampore ( originally called Frederischnagore ) near Kolkata ( Calcutta ), India, in 1814.
In February 2, 1814, Dr Nathaniel Wallich wrote a letter supporting the formation of a museum in Calcutta which he said should have two sections-an archaeological, ethnological and technical section and a geological and zoological one.
* Peary Chand Mitra ( 1814 – 1883 ), founded the Monthly Magazine in Bengali that set a non-journalistic style of writing intelligibly to all, including average women, and also took part in establishing the Calcutta Public Library in 1831 which became an intellectual forum
The first private Eye Hospital in Calcutta was set up in Chowringhee in 1814 by an English Eye Surgeon Dr Luxmore.
1814 and I
* Napoleon I ( 1804 – 1814, 1815 ), also King of Italy ( 1805 – 1814 ) and Emperor in Elba ( 1814 – 1815 )
Since 3 May 1814, the Sovereign Principality of Elba was created a miniature non-hereditary Monarchy under the exiled French Emperor Napoleon I. Napoleon I was allowed, by the treaty of Fontainebleau with ( 27 April ), to enjoy, for life, the imperial title.
* 1814 – Emperor Napoleon I of France arrives at Portoferraio on the island of Elba to begin his exile.
It was ruled by King Frederick Augustus I of Saxony, but Prussia regained control after Napoleon's defeat in 1814.
In 1799 King Victor Emmanuel I was ousted from Piedmont by the French army, and moved his court to Cagliari ( the King returned to Turin only in 1814 ).
Following the fall of the First French Empire in 1814, King William I of the Netherlands fortified the city heavily.
Following the ousting of Napoleon I in 1814, the Coalition restored the Bourbon Dynasty in pushing Louis XVIII to the French throne.
Louis XVIII spent twenty-three years in exile, from 1791 to 1814, during the French Revolution and the First French Empire, and again in 1815, for 111 days, upon the return of Napoleon I from Elba.
His only daughter, Maria Beatrice d ' Este, married Ferdinand I, Archduke of Austria-Este, son of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria ; and in 1814 their eldest son, Francis IV, received back the estates of the Este.
At the Bourbon Restoration in 1814, Hortense received the protection of Alexander I, Tsar of Russia ; at his instigation she was created duchess of Saint-Leu by King Louis XVIII.
After the fall of Napoleon in 1814, Eugène retired to Munich and at the behest of his father-in-law Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria, did not get involved with Napoleon and France again.
Distressed at being seen as a heartless wife and indifferent mother, she wrote on 9 August 1814: " I am in a very unhappy and critical position ; I must be very prudent in my conduct.
Several of his paternal ancestors had been kings of independent Norway ( Haakon V of Norway, Christian I of Norway, Frederick I, Christian III, Frederick II, Christian IV, as well as Frederick III of Norway who integrated Norway into the Oldenburg state with Denmark, Slesvig and Holstein, after which it was not independent until 1814 ).
The Battle of Château-Thierry ( 1814 ) in the Napoleonic Wars between France and Prussia, and Battle of Château-Thierry ( 1918 ) in World War I, between the United States and Germany.
William I, the King of the Netherlands, incorporated four regiments of Swiss infantry in the new Dutch Army between 1814 and 1829, of which the 4th ( Regiment Swiss nr.