This page relates to the year 1829 Gregorian Calendrier.
- 10 - February 11th: A cyclone devastates the island Bourbon.
- Failure of the negotiations between the Dey of Algiers and the France. Incident of the " Providence" in July.
- October: Mathieu de Lesseps, French Consul to Tunis, allows the bey Husayn, to thwart a plot of the Janissaire S. This help will ensure the government Polignac the support of the bey against the Regency of Algiers in July 1830.
- February: With the Mexico, Santa Anna acquires a great prestige by pushing back the last attempt at reconquest by the Spanish troops.
- March 4th: Beginning of the democratic presidency of Andrew Jackson with the the United States (fine in 1837).
- June 6th: The last woman of the Indian tribe Béothuk dies with the Canada.
- July 21st: First number of The Providence Newspaper , the oldest daily newspaper of the the United States.
- September 28th: The Walker' S Appeal , lampoon abolitionist of David Walker is published in Boston in the Freedom' S newspaper . The head of Walker is put at price by the State of Georgia and he is assassinated the June 28th 1830.
- December 2nd: Slavery east restores with the Texas: Texas is exempted law of abolition in force in Mexico.
- December 8th: Beginning of the dictatorship of Manual Juan of Rosas in Argentinian (fine in 1852). It puts an end to the conflict between Buenos Aires and different the caudillos. Rosas makes sure control of Buenos Aires, but must negotiate with the caudillos which reign on the twelve other provinces, gathered in a Confederation of the United Provinces of Río of Plata, without constitution nor official union.
- Brazil: Revolt in the interior of the Pernambouc.
- Inauguration of the University McGill with the Canada.
After the election of Jackson, in violation of the federal law of 1802, the Georgia, the Alabama and the the Mississippi vote laws which extend the prerogatives of the States on the Indians living on their territories. These laws do not recognize the tribe like legal unit, prohibit the councils of tribes, remove the capacities of the chiefs and impose to the Indians the military obligations and the taxes local-all in their refusing the right to vote, that to get dressed with European and to testify before a court of justice. The Indian grounds are divided into pieces in order to be redistributed by batches. The White are encouraged to be installed on the Indian territories.
- October 22nd, Japan: The German doctor Siebold, shown espionage with the profit of the Russia to be itself gotten a chart of the Japan, is expelled. He leaves his Japanese partner and his two years old daughter.
- December 4th: The general governor of the Bengal Lord William Bentinck prohibits the Indian habit of the Satî or suttee, practical Hindu according to which the widow is incinerated with her husband deceased. Any person taking part in ritual showed herself of homicide.
- China: Rising Miao with the Guizhou.
- June 11th: Foundation of the town of Perth on the east coast of the Australia.
- the Great Britain appendix the Australia. A private company is established in Perth. The British occupy the zone of Swan River. Fearing a French unloading in this part of the Western Australia, the Parliament decides to extend colonization to it, but without much success: the private contractors are reticent to invest.
The Middle East
- June 27th: The Russians take Erzeroum.
- September 14th: the Turkish Arménie is attached to Russia with the treaty of Andrinople. In consequence of the intervention of the Great Britain, Kars, Erzeroum and Ardahan are reassigned with the Turkey. The Armenians of Turkey can pass in Russian zone, and 100 000 people pass the border.
- Return of Ibrahim Pasha in Egypt. Its release is obtained thanks to the intervention of the French and the British. The pachalik of Egypt from now on is regarded by Europeans as an authority distinct from Istanbul.
- March 22nd: Conference of London. The Greece becomes autonomous with respect to the Ottoman Empire.
- March 24th - April 13rd: Catholic Relief Act . The Irish politician Daniel O' Connell obtains the emancipation of the catholics in Ireland.
- May 24th: To cross short to agitation in Poland, the tsar Nicolas Ier of Russia goes to Warsaw to be made there crown king de Pologne.
- August 18th: Battle of Villa da Praia.
- August 20th: The Russians take Andrinople.
- September 14th: Treated Turkey-red cotton.
- Russia annexes the mouths of the the Danube, Anapa and Poti on the Eastern coast of the sea Noire, of the districts of Akhalkalaki and Akhaltsikhe in the the Caucasus.
- the Russia obtains the autonomy of the moldo-Wallachian principalities. The Porte restores with the Valachie the three raïas of Braïla, Turnu and Giurgiu, restoring the border with the the Danube. She proclaims the freedom of the trade for all the goods, institutes freedom of movement on the the Danube. The Russian occupation is maintained until the payment of the war damagees (March 1834).
- the Serbia becomes a hereditary autonomous principality directed by the prince Milos Obrenovic (fine in 1839).
- the Greece remains a vassal State of the Turkey.
- unrestricted passage of the Straits by the tradind ships.
September: The French Foreign Minister Polignac proposes a division of the Turkey: the Serbia and the Bosnia-Herzégovine with the Austria, provinces Danubian and a sector in the south of the the Caucasus to the Russia. The Empire thus reduced would be given to the king of the Netherlands whose States would be shared between the Prussia, in north, and the France, in the south of the the Rhine. But the tsar Nicolas Ier of Russia refuses to hear of any correction of the borders of France, even after the proposal of Austria. Polignac makes another plan then: the king of Saxony would come to replace the king of the Netherlands leaving for Constantinople, leaving his kingdom to the king of Prussia; the colonies Dutchwomen would go to the Great Britain. A last alternative gives the tsar in addition to the principalities, the Roumélie in the south of the the Danube. France would have the old Belgian departments. The opposition of Prussia brings the abandonment of the project the January 3rd 1830.
- October 1st: Greece beats currency again (on Égine).
See also: 1829 in France
Chronologies sets of themes
- March 31st: Beginning of the Pontificate of Black and white VIII (fine in 1831).
- July 9th: The father Jan Roothaan becomes Supérieur general of the Society of Jesus (fine in 1853).
- First seminar rabbinical, establishes with Padoue (Samuel David Luzzatto).
- Creation of the title of archbishop in Prussia. The title is allotted to the theologist Ernst von Borowski.
- Joseph Smith translates metal shelves which it would have found under ground, on indication of an angel, under the name of Livre of Mormon , who will become one of the crowned texts of the Mormonisme.
Art & culture
- Fine of the period Kaseï with the Japan (1801-1825), new stage in the blooming of an urban culture centered around Edo, capital of the Shogun.
- First newspapers in Moldavie and Valachie: the Rumanian Mail of I.E. Radulescu (Bucharest) and the Rumanian Bee of Gheorghe Asachi (Iasi, June 1st, 1829).
- Construction of the Senate and the Synod with Saint-Pétersbourg by Carlo Rossi.
Science and technology
See also: 1829 in science
In 1829, LOBATCHEVSKI Nicolaï Ivanovitch published its nonEuclidean geometry, the first work printed on the subject. It was published in the Messenger of Kazan and was rejected by Ostrogradski when it was subjected to the Academy of Science of St Petersbourg.
- June 10th. First edition of the British race of Oar Oxford - Cambridge.
- the French Edmond Barre succeeds Cox like “World champion” of Jeu of palm.
Births in 1829
- March 24th: Ignacio Zaragoza, Mexican soldier , general who illustrated themselves in the war against the French task force. († September 8th 1862).
- April 10th: William Booth, Pasteur Méthodiste British, founder of the Salvation Army († August 20th 1912).
- June 8th: Sir John Everett Millais, British painter († August 13rd 1896).
- August 3rd: Henry Benedict Medlicott, British geologist († 1905).
- October 15th: Asaph Hall, American astronomer († 1907).
- October 28th: Zénaïde Fleuriot, French writer († 1890)
- November 4th: Philip Lutley Sclater, lawyer and British zoologist († 1913).
Death in 1829
- January 29th: Paul Barred, politician French (° 1755).
- February 16th: François-Joseph Gossec, French type-setter (° 1734).
- May 23rd: George Caley, Exploring Botanist and British (° 1770).
- April 6th: Niels Henrik Abel, Norwegian mathematician, of tuberculosis (° 1802).
- July 23rd: Wojciech Bogusławski, actor and playwright Polish (° April 9th 1757)
- September 12th: Father Juan Ignacio Molina, priest Jesuit and Naturalist Chile in (° 1740).
- November 20th: Manual Parra, Spanish Matador (° March 7th 1797).
- December 11th: Anne Louis Henri of Fare, religious cardinal French, , bishop of Nancy, archbishop of Direction. (° September 9th 1752).
- December 18th: Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, French naturalist (° 1744).
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