This page relates to the year 1827 Gregorian Calendrier.
- August 10th: Died of Nandi, the mother of Tchaka. The tradition reports that Tchaka would have imposed a long and cruel mourning on the Zoulous (prohibition to consume milk for three months, prohibition of the sexual relationships during one year, setting with died of all the culprits, in particular expectant mothers).
- Beginning of the voyages of the Moslem well-read man Toucouleur Omar Seydou Tall, the future El-Hadj Omar with the Cairo and the Mecque (1828).
- Colony of the Cape: the use of the English is obligatory in the administration, the schools and the churches.
- Creation of the college of Fourah Bay in Sierra Leone.
- Madagascar: Importation of a press which makes it possible to publish and to diffuse religious works in Malgache. Surroundings 4000 Madagascans can then read and write in their language.
- Forwarding on the White Nile.
- January 26th: Proclamation of the independence of the Peru.
- February 9th:
- Decree giving independence to high Peru on the name of Bolivia.
- Combat of Juncal on the river Uruguay.
- February 20th: Battle of Ituzaingó between the Brazil and the allied forces of the Argentinian and the Uruguay.
- March 7th: Combat of Carmen de Patagones between the fleets of Brazil and Argentina.
- March 16th: Freedom' S Newspaper , first black publication in the United States.
- August 6th: Commercial treaty américano - British. Extension of the trade agreement of 1818 and confirmation of the common possession of the Oregon.
- September 12th: Foundation of the newspaper Chile in El Mercurio .
- November 15th: New territorial agreement with the Creek S, which yield the remainder of their grounds of the south-east of the the United States and of Georgia.
- Davy Crockett is elected with the Congrès of the United States.
- about thirty Protestant periodicals denounces the malfaisant character of the “papism” to the the United States.
- the Barakzaï seize the power in Afghanistan and divide the country.
- Nars Allah becomes khan of Bukhara (fine in 1860). It passes for a sanguinary tyrant.
- Taken Vientiane by the Siam ois. The city is plundered and its off-set inhabitants. The kingdom of Vientiane becomes a Siamese province.
Oceania & the Pacific
- the France decides évangéliser the archipelagoes océaniens.
July 7th: Arrival of the first catholic missionaries with Hawaii: the fathers of Picpus are charged by the pope with évangéliser the islands, but cause the hostility of the presbytériens already present.
The Middle East & Arab World
October 1st: Victoire of the Russians on Persians with Ganja. Russian takes Erevan on the Perses.
- April 30th: Diplomatic incident with Algiers. The Dey soufflette with his range the French Consul Deval. The episode, which involves the rupture with France, made following financial intrigues carried out by Deval with the bankers of the dey, Bacri-Busnach. Charles X issues the blockade of Algiers.
- the sultan of the Morocco rear-Rahman Abd, confronted with serious economic difficulties, restores the race. This initiative envenime its relationships to the European powers, and the sultan is constrained to incline himself. He removes the Piraterie.
- April 10th - August 8th: Ministry tory of George Canning, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
- April 11th: Kapodistrias becomes president of the Greek National Assembly. The Parliament yields a share of her autonomy by electing one protected from the Russia at her head. The direction of the armies is entrusted to the British, which dissatisfied patriotic military chiefs Yánnis Makriyánnis and Yeóryios Karaïskákis.
- June 5th: Catch of Athens by the Othoman after a nine month old seat.
- July 6th: Convention of London for the independence of the Greece. The the United Kingdom, the France and the Russia recognize the Greek independence refused by the sultan and are committed fighting those which would refuse to deposit the weapons.
- September 5th: Obligation of the military service for the Jewish in Russia.
October 20th: The fleet turco-Egyptian woman is destroyed by the squadrons British, Frenchwoman and Russian with the Bataille of Navarin. Navarin is the last battle of the navy with veil.
- the Austrian troops leave Naples after five years of occupation. The Royaume of Naples is close to the bankruptcy.
See also: 1827 in France
Arts & culture
- Creation of the University of Helsinki.
- Reopening of the university of Lemberg in Galicie, where teaching is given in Latin.
- Painting: success with the Living room of 1827 of the birth of Henri IV , Devéria, the Died of spy Morris , Camille Roqueplan, the Death of Elisabeth , Delaroche, the Died of César , Antoine Court, the Died of Sardanapale , Delacroix, Mazeppa , of Louis Baker.
- the Death of Sardanapale , work more romantic of Delacroix causes a scandal with the Living room.
- Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot painted the bridge of Narni .
- Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres painted the Apotheosis of Homère , realized for the ceiling of the Clarac room of the Louvre.
- the Decapitation of the doge Mario Falerio fabric of Delacroix.
- the naturalist and Franco-American painter John James Audubon begins the publication of its Oiseaux of America .
- With the the United Kingdom, Augustus Pugin designs furniture neogothic for the king George IV.
- Construction of the Doors of Narva to Saint-Pétersbourg (1827 - 1834).
Sciences and technology
See also: 1827 in science
Economy & Company
- Introduction of the first Steam engine in Poland into the mines of the family Potocki (Republic of Cracow).
- Abolition of the state monopoly on the sale of alcohols in Russia.
- First insurance company by action in Russia.
- Foundation of the club of Canadian Cricket of Toronto Cricket Club.
- the Sussex is indicated champion of cricket in England by a pool of specialized journalists. This method remains valid for the attribution of the national titles of cricket until in 1890. Certain years, the journalists do not manage to agree; these prize lists lend to controversies…
Births in 1827
- March 21st: Andrew Leith Adams, Doctor, Naturalist and geologist († 1882).
- April 10th: Lewis Wallace, writer.
- May 10th: Alphonse de Rothschild, banker († 1905).
- May 11th: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, sculptor and painter French († 1875).
- July 15th: Carl Ludwig Doleschall Austrian Naturalist († 1859).
- October 5th: Arthur Moyne of Borderie († 1901), French historian.
- September 16th: Albert Gaudry, geologist and paleontologist French († 1908).
- December 18th: Konstantin Pobedonostsev, Russian politician.
Death in 1827
- March 5th:
- Alessandro Volta, inventor of the first battery. (° February 18th 1745).
- Pierre-Simon Laplace, mathematician, astronomer and physicist. (° March 23rd 1749).
- March 26th: Ludwig van Beethoven, German type-setter in Vienna, Austria, at the 56 years and three months age (° December 17th 1770).
- April 2nd: Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus, Doctor and German Naturalist (° 1776).
- April 21st: Thomas Rowlandson, British caricaturist (° 1756).
- June 26th: Gabriel Feydel, lawyer and politician French, appointed of the Seneschalsy of the Quercy to the General states. (° September 9th 1744)
- July 8th: Robert Surcouf, captain corsair (° December 1773).
- July 14th: Augustin Fresnel, French physicist (° May 10th 1788)
- August 4th: Claude-Pierre Dellay d' Agier, writer and Politician French. (° December 25th 1750).
- August 12th: William Blake, poet, painter and British engraver (° November 28th 1757).
- September 10th: Ugo Foscolo, Italian poet (° 1778).
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