This page relates to the year 1674 Gregorian Calendrier.
- November 10th: With the treated of Westminster of the February 19th, the New-Country-Low become British, the inhabitants of the New Amsterdam (future New York) are seen granting British nationality.
- December 4th: The father Jacques Marquette bases a mission at the Illinois at the edge of the Lake Michigan, on the site of future the Chicago.
- December: Suppression of the French Company of the Western Indies: The the French Antilles are attached to the royal field.
- Brazil: the Bandeirante S (explorers) begin the exploration of the interior of the vast grounds of the Brésil.
Asia & Indian world
- Rebellion of Wu Sangui, viceroy of the Sichuan and the Yunnan followed by those of the princes of Canton, the Fujian and Bourmi, khan of the Tchakhar (revolt of the three feudatories).
- June 6th: Chhatrapati Shivaji founds the empire of Maratha in India (fine of reign in 1680).
- Revolt of the Marathes led by Shivaji which proclaims chattrapati (protective) Raigarh and builds a true state.
- Shivaji proclaims the reign of the hindouism on its territories.
- the English settle with Bombay in India.
- the French François Martin obtains the concession of the future Pondichéry.
- August 27th: Seventy-five colonists are massacred by the natives with Fort-Dauphin with Madagascar.
- the island Bourbon accommodates the survivors of the massacre of Fort-Dauphin, and becomes the only French stopover on the road of the Indies.
- January: The Denmark and various German princes come to supplement “great alliance” against the France.
- the Sweden enters in war against Holland to with dimensions of the France.
- February 19th: Treaty of Westminster. The Dutchmen of Guillaume III sign peace with the England.
- February 24th: Removal of the prince Guillaume de Fürstemberg.
- February - July: Occupation of the Franche-Comté by the France.
- May 20th: The marshal of Luxembourg occupies Besancon.
- May 21st: Jean Sobieski (Jan) is elected king of Poland under the name of Jean III of Poland (fine in 1696). He married in 1665 Marie-Casimire d' Arquien, come from France, which returns it customer of Louis XIV. He concludes with him a secret alliance against the Brandebourg. The tycoons are on the other hand bought by the Habsbourg.
- June 7th: The marshal of Luxembourg occupies Dôle.
- June 16th: Turenne crosses the the Rhine again.
- be: Revolt Messine constant by the France against Spain (1674 - 1678). Louis XIV is proclaimed king of Sicily.
- July 1st: Victoire of Turenne to Sinsheim. Frederic-Guillaume Ier de Brandebourg is joined the emperor Léopold Ier.
- July 10th: Alliance of the United Provinces and the Denmark to $the Hague.
- August 11th: Undecided and bloody Victoire of Cop to the Battle of Seneffe, close to Charleroi, on the hispano-hollando-imperial troops which tried to go down towards the Netherlands from the South.
- Fire of the Palatinat by the French troops of Louvois.
- the French squadrons of Duquesne hold in failure the fleets joint of the Spain and the United Provinces (fine in 1678).
- October - December: Countryside of Alsace of Turenne.
- October 1st: The Imperial ones pass the the Rhine.
- October 4th: Victoire of Turenne to Entzheim, close to Strasbourg.
- December 29th: Victoire of Turenne to Mulhouse.
- January 8th: Etienne d' Aligre becomes Chancelier of France (fine in 1677).
- Taxation of war. Generalization of the Stamped paper.
- the Invalides receive their first boarders.
- September 27th: The king reserves the monopoly of the sale of the Tabac.
- November 27th: Execution of the Knight of Rohan for crime of Lese-majesty.
- November: believed of autumn of the the catastrophic Rhone and floods.
- Revolt of Bordeaux against the tax.
- Royal decree on feudal justices.
- the father Jesuit of the Chair becomes confessor of the king.
- May 27th: Suspension of the Enquiry to the Portugal thanks to the action near the pope of the Jesuit Antonio Vieira (fine the August 22nd 1681).
- Persecution of the Protestant preachers in Hungary: they are condemned, and forty-two of them are sold like slaves with the galères (1674 - 1675).
Arts & cultures
- Nicolas Boileau publishes poetic Art , the Lectern and Epîtres .
- Of the research of the truth of Malebranche.
- Defense of the heroic poem , treated Jean Desmarets de Saint-Sorlin.
- New Tales , of the Fountain.
- Translation in French of the Treated Sublime of the Pseudo-Longin, Boileau.
- genealogical and chronological History of the Royal House of France and the Large Officers of the Crown and the House of Roy of the Father Anselme.
- the large historical dictionary of Louis Moréri.
- Reflections on the Poetic one of Aristote of Rene Painter.
- Of the origin of the fountains of Pierre Perrault.
- Der Cherubinischer Wandersmann ( the Pilgrim cherubinic ) collection of mystical poems of Angelus Silesius.
- First handbook of Russian history, the Synopsis .
- Ethica processes geometrico demonstrata ( the Ethics shown according to the geometrical method ,) treated Spinoza. It is not authorized to publish it and Ethics will appear after its death.
See also: 1674 with the theater
- Seaport to the rising of the sun , fabric of Claude Lorrain.
- the happy Louise Albertoni of San Francisco with Ripa , sculpture of the Bernin.
- Jules Hardouin-Mansart carries out the Château of Valley.
- Door Saint Martin's day with Paris of Pierre Bullet.
- April: Hotel of the Invalids.
Science & technology
Births in 1674
- October 24th: Charles-François d' Hallencourt de Dromesnil, count de Verdun, cardinal and prince of the Saint Worsens.
Death in 1674
- January 12th: Giacomo Carissimi, Italian type-setter.
- February 22nd: Jean Chaplain, poet and critical (Paris, 1595 -1674).
- February 24th: Matthias Weckmann, German musician.
- March 8th: Charles Sorel, lord of Souvigny, writer (Paris, 1599 - 1674).
- July 2nd: Eberhard VII of Wurtemberg, duke of Wurtemberg (° 1642)
- July 30th: Karel Škréta, Czech painter of religious inspiration (Prague, 1610 - id., 1674).
- August 12th: Philippe de Champaigne, Belgian painter.
- September 27th: Arnauld d' Andilly, which marks the end of some Jansénisme of first generation.
- October 28th: Giovanni Bona, 65 years, cardinal and Italian writer. (° October 19th 1609).
- November 8th: John Milton, English poet.
nonwell informed or unknown Dates :
- March 25th: Easter Sunday
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