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* 1852 – Ferdinand von Lindemann, German mathematician ( d. 1939 )
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Mackenzie married Helen Neil ( 1826 – 1852 ) in 1845 and with her had three children, with only one girl surviving infancy.
* 1852 – At a general conference of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Brigham Young explains the Adam – God doctrine, an important part of the theology of Mormon fundamentalism.
* Calamity Jane Martha Jane Canary ( May 1, 1852 – August 1, 1903 ), better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman, and professional scout best known for her claim of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok.
Later in the century, Charles Villiers Stanford ( 1852 – 1924 ) used symphonic techniques to produce a more concise and unified structure.
* Platine War ( 1851 – 1852 ): The Brazilian Empire and its allies went to war against the dictator Juan Manuel de Rosas of the Argentine Confederation.
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In 1852, the Zeitung newspaper was established, edited by German Texan botanist Ferdinand Lindheimer.
He joined their Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 1848, often modelling for them in pictures including Millais's Ferdinand Lured by Ariel ( 1849 ) and Ford Madox Brown's Jesus Washing Peter's Feet ( 1852 – 6 ).
Carl Louis Ferdinand von Lindemann ( April 12, 1852 – March 6, 1939 ) was a German mathematician, noted for his proof, published in 1882, that π ( pi ) is a transcendental number, i. e., it is not a root of any polynomial with rational coefficients.
Ferdinand Frederick Henri Moissan ( September 28, 1852 – February 20, 1907 ) was a French chemist who won the 1906 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in isolating fluorine from its compounds.
The famous names in the ornithology of the Indian subcontinent during this era include Andrew Leith Adams ( 1827 – 1882 ), Edward Blyth ( 1810 – 1873 ), Edward Arthur Butler ( 1843 – 1916 ), Douglas Dewar ( 1875 – 1957 ), N. F. Frome ( 1899 – 1982 ), Hugh Whistler ( 1889 – 1943 ), H. H. Godwin-Austen ( 1834 – 1923 ), Col. W. H. Sykes ( 1790 – 1872 ), C. M. Inglis ( 1870 – 1954 ), Frank Ludlow ( 1885 – 1972 ), E. C. Stuart Baker ( 1864 – 1944 ), Henry Edwin Barnes ( 1848 – 1896 ), F. N. Betts ( 1906 – 1973 ), H. R. Baker, W. E. Brooks ( 1828 – 1899 ), Margaret Cockburn ( 1829 – 1928 ), James A. Murray, E. W. Oates ( 1845 – 1911 ), Ferdinand Stoliczka ( 1838 – 1874 ), Valentine Ball ( 1843 – 1894 ), W. T. Blanford ( 1832 – 1905 ), J. K. Stanford ( 1892 – 1971 ), Charles Swinhoe ( 1836 – 1923 ), Robert Swinhoe ( 1836 – 1877 ), C. H. T. Marshall ( 1841 – 1927 ), G. F. L. Marshall ( 1843 – 1934 ), R. S. P. Bates, James Franklin ( 1783 – 1834 ), Satya Churn Law, Arthur Edward Osmaston ( 1885 – 1961 ), Bertram Beresford Osmaston ( 1868 – 1961 ), Wardlaw Ramsay ( 1852 – 1921 ) and Samuel Tickell ( 1811 – 1875 ).
Everard Ferdinand im Thurn ( 1852 – October 9, 1932 ) was an author, explorer, botanist, photographer and Governor of Fiji.
Karl Ferdinand von Buol (; 17 May 1797 – 28 October 1865 ) was an Austrian diplomatist and statesman, who served as Foreign Minister from 1852 to 1859.
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The Flute Concert of Sanssouci by Adolph von Menzel, 1852, depicts Frederick the Great playing the flute as Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach | C. P. E. Bach accompanies on the keyboard.
Hofmannsthal was born in Landstraße, Vienna, the son of an upper-class Austrian mother, Anna Maria Josefa Fohleutner ( 1852 – 1904 ), and an Austrian – Italian bank manager, Hugo August Peter Hofmann, Edler von Hofmannsthal ( 1841 – 1915 ).
The change is noticeable in his Epochen der kirchlichen Geschichtschreibung ( 1852 ), Das Christenthum und die christiche Kirche der drei ersten Jahrhunderte ( 1853 ), and Die christliche Kirche von Anfang des vierten bis zum Ende das sechsten Jahrhunderts ( 1859 ), works preparatory to his Kirchengeschichte, in which the change of view is specially pronounced.
In 1851 he brought out a life of Count Yorck von Wartenburg ( Berlin, 1851 – 1852 ), generally considered one of the best biographies in the German language and then began his great work on the Geschichte der preussischen Politik, or, in English, The History of Prussian Politics, ( Berlin, 1855 – 1886 ).
See editions by Ludwig von Jan ( 1848 – 1852, with a bibliography of previous editions, and commentary ) and Franz Eyssenhardt ( 1893, Teubner text ); on the sources of the Saturnalia see H. Linke ( 1880 ) and Georg Wissowa ( 1880 ).
* Macrobius: The Saturnalia, the Latin text of the critical edition edited by Ludwig von Jan ( Gottfried Bass ; Quedlinburg and Leipzig, 1852 ), web edition by Bill Thayer.
He composed in virtual obscurity until 1852, when his Piano Trio in B-flat minor caught the ears of Franz Liszt and Hans von Bülow, who proceeded to play it several times all over Europe.
* The Siegestor ( Victory Gate ) in Munich is topped by a lion quadriga created by Martin von Wagner, c. 1852
He became increasingly interested in natural history, and in 1852 he gave up his career and spent two years in the Crimea with the botanist Christian von Steven, collecting both plants and animals.
Count Franz Conrad von Hötzendorf ( – the proper family name is Conrad ) ( November 11, 1852 – August 25, 1925 ) was an Austrian soldier and Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of World War I.
* 24 Vegetationsansichten von den Küstenländern und Inseln des Stillen Ozeans, mit Text, Wiesbaden 1845 – 1852
The further fate of the manuscript during the 17th and 18th centuries is unknown, but it was part of the library of Hans Freiherr von und zu Aufsess, from which it passed to the Germanisches Nationalmuseum in 1852.
He studied at Bonn under Johann Wilhelm Löbell ( 1786 – 1863 ), under Leopold von Ranke and Wilhelm Wattenbach, and his doctor's dissertation, De Arnulfo Francorum rege ( Berlin, 1852 ), was a notable essay.
**** Hugo August Peter ( Hofmann ) von Hofmannsthal ( 1841 – 1915 ) ∞ Anna Maria Josefa Fohleutner ( 1852 – 1904 )
It is named after its discoverer, Baltic German-Russian Antarctic explorer Fabian von Bellingshausen ( 1778 – 1852 ).
After Stieler's death Friedrich von Stülpnagel ( 1786 – 1865 ) edited the second ( 1845 – 47 ) and third ( 1852 – 54 ) editions ( both 83 maps ); a fourth edition appeared 1862-64, a fifth 1866-68 ( each 84 maps ).
Max Karl Wilhelm von Gallwitz ( 2 May 1852 – 18 April 1937 ) was a German general from Breslau ( Wrocław ), Silesia, who served with distinction during World War I on both the Eastern and Western Fronts.