This page relates to the year 1694 Gregorian Calendrier.
- February 6th, Brazil: Destruction of the Quilombo of Prize list by Domingos Jorge Velho and Vieira of Mello. The chief of revolted the Zumbi Dos Prize list must flee.
- the French, assisted of 200 Abénaquis, devastate several English establishments in the New Hampshire.
- William PEN east restores in its functions. Riots against the perception of the quitrents in Pennsylvania.
- 980 Europeans live with the Cape.
- February 4th: Beginning of the personal reign of Pierre Large the with died of his/her mother Nathalie Narychkine. It is surrounded new men: Menchikov, Golokine, Chafirov, Kourakine, etc It reforms the administration to improve the output of the tax and to reinforce its capacity and practical a policy of Europeanization and strengthening of the Russian size.
- May 27th: Noailles, victorious to the Battle of the river For the third time, progresses in Catalogne.
- June 18th: English failure with the point of Camaret.
- June 19th:
- Jean Bart takes again Polish a corn convoy intended for the France taken by the Dutchmen close to the Texel.
- the English frigates are bombarded in roads of Brest.
- June 29th: Catch of Gérone by Noailles.
- 22 - July 23rd: The English fleet bombards Dieppe which is partly destroyed, then Le Havre (July 24th).
- August: The marshal of Luxembourg locks the border of the North of the France.
- July 27th: Tonnage Act bill . the English Parliament allows the opening of the Banque from England London, in Mercer' S Hall. It is a public limit company by action with the capital of 1,2 million pounds founded for financial transaction; deposits, management of accounts, transfers of account on account, discounts commercial drafts, issuance of banknotes. It is intended to finance the war with blows of loans.
- December 22nd: New Triennial Act fixing at three years the parliamentary mandate in Great Britain.
- Reinhold von Patkul, noble Livonie N condemned to died by the Swedes escapes to them and becomes advised of Auguste II of Poland then of Pierre Large the. He is at the origin of the Guerre of North. Delivered to Charles XII of Sweden to the Treated of Altranstad, it will be carried out in 1707.
- Russia: The regiments of the guard count 15 000 men, framed by German officers, Scot or Genevese (To summon, Gordon, Lefort).
- May 5th: Louis XIV grants privileges to his/her legitimated children.
- very hard Hiver in France, typical of this period that one called the “Petit Ice Age”.
- Stressing of the frumentaires difficulties and the demographic crisis. The price of the wheat setier with Paris reaches 32 pounds in July (level reaches only in 1662, during the Fronde).
- Many strikes in textile industry with Lyon and Turns.
Art & culture
- Foundation of the University of Market, in Brandebourg, which attracts the German pietists. It accommodates the professors Francke and Spener, driven out Leipzig, which are at the origin of the Piétisme. Thomasine joined them and creates a Faculty of Law or teaching is given in German.
- Academy of the floral Plays with Toulouse.
Letter in Perrault of Boileau.
- Maxims and reflections on the comedy of Bossuet.
- Fables of the Fountain (Book XII).
- spiritual Canticles of Jean Root.
- Saint-Simon begins the drafting of its Mémoires .
- Await me under the elm , comedy of Jean-François Regnard.
See also: 1694 with the theater
- Like ye, Sounds off Art away ( Come, wire of art ), ode of Purcell made up for the birthday of the queen Marie II of England. Te Deum and Jubilate , of Purcell.
- Zenobia, Regina de Palmireni , opera of Albinoni.
- Holy Jean-Baptiste preaching , fabric of Joseph Parrocel.
- Jean Jouvenet decorates the Parliament with Renne (1694 - 1695).
- Beginning of the construction of the Castle of Schönbrunn, close to Vienna, by the architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach.
Science & technology
- Elements of botany or method to recognize the plants Joseph Pitton de Tournefort.
- Rudolf Jakob Camerarius makes appear De Sexu Plantarum Epistola where it shows the role of the cheesecloth S and the Pistil in the vegetable reproduction.
- Atlas of the glorious conquests of Louis Large the of Sebastien Pontaut de Beaulieu.
Births in 1694
- July 4th: Louis-Claude Daquin, French type-setter
Death in 1694
February 15th: Rene of Bouays, count of Saint-Gilles.
- February 17th: Mrs Deshoulières, woman of letters and French academician.
- May 2nd: Martin Desjardins, sculptor.
- July 25th: Hishikawa Moronobu, Japanese painter.
- August 8th: Antoine Arnauld, theologist Jansenist, with Brussels (1612 -1694).
- September 29th: Marcello Malpighi, founder of the histology.
- November: Pierre Puget, sculptor.
- November 24th: Jean Heel, first intendant of the News-France.
- November 25th: Ismaël Boulliau, astronomer.
- November 28th: Matsuo Bashō, Japanese poet (1644 -1694).
- December 28th: Marie II of England. Guillaume III of Orange control surface alone until in 1702.
- December 29th: Marcello Malpighi, doctor and Italian anatomist (1628 -1694).
- April 11th: Easter Sunday
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