1824



1202 - 1203
Runic
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French
32 - 33
Islamic
1239
1240
Contents
1 Events
2 Founded
2.1 Science
3 Born
4 Deaths
Events
A prison colony was founded in Australia.
Founded in Grunau (grunau / english Grunau) - village number 6
Kazanoselsk
Kuznetsovka
Science
Sadi Carnot published a memoir Conclusions on the mobile force of fire and machines able to use this force laying the foundations of modern thermodynamics
Born
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January 8 - Wilky Collins, English Writer
22 fierce - Pierre Jules Cesar Jansen, a French astronomer who first found a new chemical element of helium in the Sun
February 28 - Charles Blondin (Jean-Francois Gravel), French acrobat; June 30, 1859, the world's first cable walk over the Niagara Falls
March 2 - Bedřich Smetana, Czech composer, conductor, pianist, founder of the Czech Opera
March 12 - Gustav Robert Kirchhoff, German physicist
June 26 - William Thomson, Lord Kelvin, English physicist, one of the founders of thermodynamics
July 27 - Alexander Dumas (son), French writer, playwright
September 4 - Anton Brockner, Austrian composer, organist, teacher
September 27 - Benjamin Apptup Gould, American Astronomer
Death
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April 19 - In the city of Missolungie (Greece), Lord Byron George Noel Gordon died of a fever on the 36th year of his life, an English romantic poet ("Childill Harold's Pilgrimage", "Cain", "Don Giovanni" "," The Prophecy of Dante "," Mazepa "), a participant in the Greek liberation movement.


1824

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