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In 1802, at the personal request of Napoleon, Canova returned to Paris to model a bust of the first consul.
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In 1802 Ampère was appointed a professor of physics and chemistry at the École Centrale in Bourg-en-Bresse, leaving his ailing wife and infant son in Lyon.
In 1802, at the age of 26, he won a place to study theology at St. John's College, Cambridge where he changed his name, Brunty, to the more distinguished sounding Brontë.
Regular meetings are recorded into the nineteenth century-eight in 1800, five or six before August 1801 and at least one in 1802, while as late as 1809 Leonard Horner was describing " the remnant of the Lunar Society " as being " very interesting ".
* 1802 – The Army Corps of Engineers is established to found and operate the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Stephen Weston verbally presented an English translation of the Greek text at a Society of Antiquaries meeting in April 1802.
Following the advice of George Washington, John Adams and others, in 1802 Jefferson and Congress agreed to authorize the funding and construction of the United States Military Academy at West Point on the Hudson River in New York.
On July 4, 1802, the US Military Academy at West Point formally started as an institution for scientific and military learning.
As a successful diplomat between 1802 and 1819, Humboldt was plenipotentiary Prussian minister at Rome from 1802, ambassador at Vienna from 1812 during the closing struggles of the Napoleonic Wars, at the congress of Prague ( 1813 ) where he was instrumental in drawing Austria to ally with Prussia and Russia against France, a signer of the peace treaty at Paris and the treaty between Prussia and defeated Saxony ( 1815 ), at Frankfurt settling post-Napoleonic Germany, and at the congress at Aachen in 1818.
1802 and personal
In 1802 a Buildings Committee was set up to plan for expansion of the museum, and further highlighted by the donation in 1822 of the King's Library, personal library of King George III's, comprising 65, 000 volumes, 19, 000 pamphlets, maps, charts and topographical drawing.
In 1802, beset by legal troubles stemming from Stanisław August's succession, Poniatowski made a trip to Berlin, where he stayed for months and established cordial personal relations with the Prussian royal family.
After additional entanglements in western real estate ventures which resulted in " personal embarrassment " and, for a time, the prospect of debtor's prison, Phelps settled down in Canandaigua in 1802.
Between 1802 and 1806 he travelled in southern Africa, becoming the personal physician of the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope.
The Cyfarthfa works became critical to the success of the war effort, so much so that Admiral Nelson paid a personal visit to the works in 1802.
1802 and request
In 1802, in response to Jefferson's request for authority to deal with the pirates, Congress passed " An act for the Protection of Commerce and seamen of the United States against the Tripolitan cruisers ", authorizing the President to "… employ such of the armed vessels of the United States as may be judged requisite … for protecting effectually the commerce and seamen thereof on the Atlantic ocean, the Mediterranean and adjoining seas.
The significant building, which overlooks the lake, was built between 1808 and 1815 by the architect Giocondo Albertolli upon a request by Francesco Melzi d ' Eril, nominated Duke of Lodi by Napoleon himself and for whom he fulfilled the role of vice-president of the Italian Republic from 1802.
1802 and Napoleon
* 1802 – Napoleon Bonaparte signs a general amnesty to allow all but about one thousand of the most notorious émigrés of the French Revolution to return to France, as part of a reconciliary gesture with the factions of the Ancien Regime and to eventually consolidate his own rule.
Toussaint, however, asserted enough independence that in 1802, Napoleon Bonaparte sent a massive invasion force, under his brother-in-law Charles Leclerc, to increase French control.
On May 20, 1802, Napoleon signed a law to maintain slavery where it had not yet disappeared, namely Martinique, Tobago, and Saint Lucia.
Thinking to regain control on the island that had produced so much wealth, Napoleon sent more than 20, 000 troops beginning in 1802 to quell the slave revolt in Saint-Domingue, which quickly escalated into war for independence.
Beginning in 1802, Napoleon sent more than 20, 000 troops to try to restore slavery on the island, as its colonial sugar cane plantations had been the chief revenue producer for France in the New World.
* 1802 – By the Law of 20 May 1802, Napoleon Bonaparte reinstates slavery in the French colonies, revoking its abolition in the French Revolution
* Napoleon Charles Bonaparte ( 1802 – 1807 ), prince of Holland and son of Napoleon I's brother Louis
His actions would later be mimicked by the French leader Napoleon Bonaparte who was appointed " First Consul for life " in 1802.
* May 20 – By the Law of 20 May 1802, Napoleon Bonaparte reinstates slavery in the French colonies, revoking its abolition in the French Revolution.
After many vicissitudes, resulting from political and dynastic changes, he was invited to Paris ( 1802 ) by Napoleon, whose favor he had won five years previously by composing a march for the funeral of General Hoche.
The prince-abbots ( and later prince-bishops ) ruled Fulda and the surrounding region until the bishopric was forcibly dissolved by Napoleon in 1802.
In 1802, Napoleon victoriously brought to an end the War of the Second Coalition, with only Great Britain remaining formally at war.
As it is unlikely that Napoleon granted the artists a sitting, Ingres ' meticulously painted portrait of Bonaparte, First Consul appears to be modelled on an image of Napoleon painted by Antoine-Jean Gros in 1802.
After a short truce in 1802 – 1803 the European wars resumed and continued until the defeat of Napoleon in 1814.
* Charlotte Napoléone Bonaparte ( 31 October 1802 – 2 March 1839 ); married, in 1826, Napoleon Louis Bonaparte.