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Aldous Leonard Huxley ( 26 July 1894 22 November 1963 ) was an English writer and one of the most prominent members of the famous Huxley family.
* 1894 Gertrude Baines, American super-centenarian ( d. 2009 )
* 1894 Francisco Craveiro Lopes, Portuguese politician and soldier, 13th President of Portugal ( d. 1964 )
* 1894 Coxey's Army reaches Washington, D. C. to protest the unemployment caused by the Panic of 1893.
Albert Lemaître classified 1st in his Peugeot 3hp in the 1894 Paris Rouen ( motor race )
The Paris Bordeaux Paris race of June 1895 has sometimes been erroneously described as the " first motor race ", despite the 1894 event being decided by speed and finishing order of the eligible racers.
The tours generally had fewer Tests in the 1880s and 1890s than people have grown accustomed to in more recent years, the first five-Test series taking place only in 1894 95.
It was the first time since 1894 95 that a team following on had won a Test match.
It has been compared with the great series of the distant past, such as 1894 95 and 1902.
* 1815 Adolf Friedrich von Schack, German writer ( d. 1894 )
* 1991 Martha Graham, American dancer and choreographer ( b. 1894 )
* 1894 The First Sino-Japanese War erupts between Japan and China over Korea.
* 1894 Ottavio Bottecchia, Italian cyclist ( d. 1927 )
* 1894 Harry Heilmann, American baseball player ( d. 1951 )
* 1894 George Meany, American labor leader ( d. 1980 )
* 1848 Gustave Caillebotte, French painter ( d. 1894 )
* 1894 Kitasato Shibasaburō discovers the infectious agent of the bubonic plague and publishes his findings in The Lancet.
Alexander Alexandrovich () ( 10 March 1845 1 November 1894 ), known historically as Alexander III or Alexander the Peacemaker reigned as Emperor of Russia from until his death on.
* Alexander III of Russia ( 1845 1894 ), emperor of Russia
* Alexander III of Russia ( 1845 1894 ), emperor of Russia
* 1827 Grand Duchess Catherine Mikhailovna of Russia ( d. 1894 )
* 1894 Karl Böhm, Austrian conductor ( d. 1981 )
* 1809 Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., American physician and writer ( d. 1894 )

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The first Scottish Liberal to become prime minister was the Earl of Rosebery, from 1894 95, like Aberdeen before him a product of the English education system.
The history textbook controversy centers upon the secondary school history textbook Atarashii Rekishi Kyōkasho (" New History Textbook ") said to minimise the nature of Japanese militarism in the First Sino-Japanese War ( 1894 95 ), in annexing Korea in 1910, in the Second Sino-Japanese War ( 1937 45 ), and in the Second World War ( 1939 45 ).
( c ) British imperial interests were alarmed when in 1894 95 Kruger proposed building a railway through Portuguese East Africa to Delagoa Bay, bypassing British controlled ports in Natal and Cape Town and avoiding British tariffs.
It took until the defeat of the Chinese navy during the First Sino-Japanese War in 1894 95 for Japan to finally realize possession of Taiwan and the shifting of Asian dominance from China to Japan.
" The Great Freeze of 1894 95 hastened Miami's growth, as the crops of the Miami area were the only ones in Florida that survived.
Paul Gauguin, Oviri ( Gauguin ) | Oviri, 1894 / 95
Jenkins filed for a patent for the Phantoscope projector in November 1894 and it was issued in March of ' 95.
In 1894 95 Gilman served as editor of the magazine The Impress, a literary weekly that was published by the Pacific Coast Women ’ s Press Association ( formerly the Bulletin ).
The freeze of 1894 and ' 95 brought disaster to Seffner.
The list includes Macbeth ( 1886 — 7 ), Don Juan ( 1888 — 9 ), Tod und Verklärung ( Death and Transfiguration, 1888 9 ), Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche ( Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Pranks, 1894 95 ), Also sprach Zarathustra ( Thus Spoke Zoroaster, 1896 ), Don Quixote ( 1897 ), Ein Heldenleben ( A Hero's Life, 1897 98 ), Symphonia Domestica ( Domestic Symphony, 1902 03 ) and Eine Alpensinfonie ( An Alpine Symphony, 1911 1915 ).
* McWilliams, James E., "‘ The Horizon Opened Up Very Greatly ’: Leland O. Howard and the Transition to Chemical Insecticides in the United States, 1894 1927 ," Agricultural History, 82 ( Fall 2008 ), 468 95.
She regularly took steam baths to prevent weight gain ; by 1894 she had wasted away to near emaciation, reaching her lowest point of 95. 7 lbs ( 43. 5 kg ).
He also pushed for an aggressive strategy toward China in the First Sino-Japanese War ( 1894 95 ).
Of Balfour's appointment to Asquith's cabinet in 1916, Lord Rosebery, who had been Prime Minister in 1894 95, said that having an ex-premier in the cabinet was " a fleeting and dangerous luxury ".
* Champions: 1876 77, 1877 78, 1880 81, 1882 83, 1886 87, 1887 88, 1894 95, 1899 00, 1901 02, 1902 03, 1906 07, 1920 21, 1921 22, 1953 54
However, they regained the title in the 1894 95 season, ending the season five points ahead of Everton.
* José Maria Dias Braga ( 1894 95 )
In 1894 95 he briefly worked in Barrès ' La Cocarde ( The Cockade )' s newspaper, although he sometimes opposed Barrès on his views on the French Revolution.
* The Football League expands the Second Division from 15 to 16 clubs ahead of the 1894 95 season.
* The Southern League is founded prior to the 1894 95 season.

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