This page relates to the year 1646 Gregorian Calendrier.
- March 26th: Treaty of Concordia between French and Dutch on the division of Saint Martin's day to the the Antilles.
- October 15th, Quebec: Begun again hostilities with Agniers (Iroquois) when the latter capture the father Jésuite Isaac Jogues and Jean of the Moor. Agniers realize that the French who return from Europe cause of the deaths in their communities (microbes). To entreat death, Agnier kills out of a blow of axe the Jogue father (October 18th) and the following day Jean of the Moor.
- February: Jacques Promis is imprisoned by the insurgent colonists of Fort-Dauphin (Madagascar).
- September 7th: The first inhabitants of the Réunion are brought back to Fort-Dauphin and the island thus becomes again uninhabited.
- the Manchu , benefitting from the dissensions between the Ming take the Zhejiang and the Fujian.
- November 18th: The last Ming is proclaimed emperor under the name of Zhu Yongli (fine in 1662). It resists around Canton with the assistance of the Portuguese of Nicolas Fereira. Yongli and its family convert with the Christianisme.
- Famine in India.
- May 30th: Temporary cease-fire enters the Spain and the Portugal.
- May: Beginning of the first head office of Lérida by the French (fine the November 22nd).
- June 19th: Alliance of the archbishop and prince-voter of Trier Philipp Christoph von Sötern with France: the fortress of Philippsburg is entrusted to the French so that it hold garrison durably to with it.
- September 7th - October 11th: Seat and catch of Dunkirk by the duke of Enghien.
- September 28th: Turenne and Wrangel puts the seat in front of Augsburg.
- October 8th, Italy: French success with Piombino
See also: 1646 in France
March 15th: Mazarin is named intendant of the education of the king.
- June 29th: Gaston of Orleans takes Courtrai.
- the duke of Enghien takes Furnes (September 7th) then Dunkirk (October 7th).
- Mazarin considers the annexation of the Spanish Netherlands.
- October: Raising of the import duties in Paris.
- fresh and rainy Years (1646-1650). Bad harvests accompanied by a epizooty among the bovines. The cereal prices increase to culminate after 1650.
March 21st: Parliamentary Victoire with the Battle of Stow-one-tea-Wold.
- April 27th: In the financial incapacity to raise other troops, Charles Ier of England flees with Oxford. He asks asylum to the Scot.
- June 25th: the New Model Army of Thomas Fairfax takes Oxford.
- August 19th: Rendering of Raglan Castle after three months of seat.
- October: Abolition of the Church Anglican. Removal of the episcopate.
- Ladislas IV of Poland wants to eliminate the Tatars from the Othoman Ukraine and to beat the . For that it is necessary for him to mobilize the Cosaques in their granting privileges, but it runs up against the resistance of the tycoons to the diets of 1646 and 1647. Disappointed, the Cossacks raise in 1648.
- Mars: Russian embassy in Poland: the tsar proposes with Ladislas IV Vasa a junction of the Cosaques of the Don with those of the Dniepr and the co-operation of the Russian and Polish troops to invade the the Crimea.
the Douma of the Boyard S is gradually eliminated with the profit from a cautious advice, the “Duma of the room” or “council intimates boyards”.
- Creation of the department of the secret businesses. It will become the instrument of control of the administration.
- the tsar orders the construction of a system of cities strengthened in the provinces of Bielgorod and Simbirsk.
- Census of the houses imposed, increase in the tax rates and the taxes, creation of a tax on salt.
- Suppression of the commercial franknesses granted to the English merchants at the time of Ivan IV and Boris Godounov.
- Opening of the first of the small schools of Port-Royal, street Saint-Dominique-D' Hell with Paris.
- Nikon becomes archimandrite of the monastery of Saint-Saver with Moscow. The tsar entrusts the service of the petitions to him and sends it to Novgorod to negotiate with the magistrates of the city.
Art & culture
- Steps to the Temple , of the poet Richard Crashaw.
- honourable Trade , of the Nantes Jean Eon.
See also: 1646 with the theater
- Mars: Jean-Baptiste Lully unloads in Paris.
- Thatched cottages under the trees , fabric of Jacob Van Ruysdael.
- the Miracle of saint January, fabric of Ribera.
- the marriage of the Virgin , fabric of Philippe de Champaigne.
Births in 1646
- January 12th: Jean Louis Charles of Orleans-Longueville.
- February 17th: Pierre de Boisguilbert economist Frenchwoman († 1714).
- April 15th: Christian von Oldenburg, king de Danemark under the name of Christian V († 1699).
- April 16th: Jules Hardouin-Mansart, French architect († 1708).
- April 20th: Charles Plumier, botanist and traveller French († 1704).
- June 6th: Hortense Mancini, Mazarin duchess, niece of the cardinal († 1699).
- June 30th: Paul Hermann, doctor and German botanist († 1695).
- July 1st: Wilhelm Leibniz, Mathematician and German Philosopher († 1716).
- August 16th: John Flamsteed, British astronomer .
- October 7th: Charles de Luynes, duke of Chevreuse and governor of Guyenne († 1712).
- October 10th: Francoise-Marguerite de Sévigné, in Paris, street of the Lions (11, rue des lions saint-Paul IV), future countess of Grignan and principal corresponding epistolary of Madam de Sévigné.
Death in 1646
- January 4th: Gaspard III of Coligny, Marshal of France (° 1584)
- March 9th: Baltasar Carlos of Spain, nephew of the preceding one, heir in primogeniture to the throne to Spain which it will not occupy (° 1629).
- May 13rd: Marie-Anne of Spain, of the dynasty of Habsbourg of Spain, marries Ferdinand III of Habsbourg of Austria (° 1606).
- June 14th: Jean Armand of With a grid-Brézé, duke of Brézé, duke of Fronsac, Even of France, Large-Master of navigation, killed by a ball with the Battle of Orbitello. (° October 18th 1619).
- October 18th: Isaac Jogues, missionary Jesuit of French origin (° 1607).
- December 23rd: François Maynard, French poet (° 1582).
- December 23rd: Gabrielle de Toulongeon, first woman of Bussy-Rabutin, the famous cousin of Mrs. de Sévigné and the author of the War of Gaules . Bussy rather chooses outward journey with funerals of the Prince than to those of his wife.
- December 26th: Henri II of Bourbon-Cop (° 1588). It leaves with its death a fortune of 15 million books. His/her son, the duke of Enghien takes his title (the Grand Cop).
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