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1770 in other calendars
Gregorian calendar 1770
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Armenian calendar 1219
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 - Vikram Samvat 1825 – 1826
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Holocene calendar 11770
Iranian calendar 1148 – 1149
Islamic calendar 1183 – 1184
Japanese calendar Meiwa 7


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 - Imperial Year Kōki 2430
(皇紀2430年)
Julian calendar 1815
Korean calendar 4103
Thai solar calendar 2313
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Year 1770 (MDCCLXX) was a common year starting on Monday (see link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Friday of the 11-day-slower Julian calendar.

Events[]

January–June[]

  • January 1 – Foundation of Fort George, Bombay laid by Colonel Keating, principal engineer, on the site of the former Dongri Fort.
  • March 5Boston Massacre: Eleven Americans are shot, five fatally, by British troops in an event that helps start the American Revolutionary War five years later.
  • April 20 (April 19 by Cook's log)[1] 06:00 – First voyage of James Cook: English explorer Captain James Cook and his crew aboard HMS Endeavour become the first recorded Europeans to encounter the eastern coastline of the Australian continent.
  • April 20Georgian king Erekle II defeats Persians in battle of Aspindza, though Russian General Totleben betrays him.
  • April 29 – First voyage of James Cook: James Cook drops anchor in a wide bay about 16 km (10 mi) south of the present city of Sydney, Australia. Because the young botanist on board the ship, Joseph Banks, discovers 30,000 specimens of plant life in the area, 1,600 of them unknown to European science, Cook calls the place Botany Bay.
  • May 7 – Fourteen-year-old Marie Antoinette arrives at the French court.
  • May 16Marie Antoinette marries Louis-Auguste (who later becomes King Louis XVI of France).

July 5: Battle of Chesma, painting by Ivan Aivazovsky.

  • May 16Fireworks lit by Eric Engelbrecht, at the wedding of the crown prince of France in Paris, cause a fire, killing 132 people.
  • June – The Spanish governor of Buenos Aires sends five frigates to Port Egmont, landing some 1600 marines. The small British force present promptly surrenders.
  • June 3Gaspar de Portolà and Father Junípero Serra establish Monterey, the presidio of Alta California territory for Spain from 17771822, United Mexican States 18241846, until the California Republic.
  • June 11 – First voyage of James Cook: HMS Endeavour grounds on the Great Barrier Reef.

July–December[]

  • July 1Lexell's Comet (D/1770 L1) passes the Earth at a distance of 2184129 km, the closest approach by a comet in recorded history.[2]
  • July 5Battle of Chesma and Battle of Larga: The Russian Empire defeats the Ottoman Empire in both battles.
  • August 1 (July 21 in Julian Calendar) – Russo-Turkish War (1768–1774)Battle of Kagul: Russian commander Pyotr Rumyantsev routs 150,000 Turks.
  • August 22 – First voyage of James Cook: James Cook claims the eastern coast of New Holland (Australia) for Great Britain.

Date unknown[]

  • Falklands Crisis (1770).
  • Johann Gottfried Herder meets Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in Strasbourg.
  • Joseph Priestley, British chemist, recommends the use of a rubber to remove pencil marks.
  • Joseph Louis Lagrange proves Bachet's Conjecture.
  • The Baron d'Holbach's (anonymous) materialist work Le Système de la Nature ou Des Loix du Monde Physique et du Monde Moral is produced in Neuchâtel.
  • The Louth Navigation canal in Lincolnshire, England opens.


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References[]

  1. ^ Hinks, Arthur R. (1935). "Nautical time and civil date". The Geographical Journal 86: 153–157. 
  2. ^ "D/1770 L1 (Lexell)". Gary W. Kronk's Cometography. http://cometography.com/pcomets/1770l1.html. Retrieved 2012-07-02. 


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People of the year 1770 at Familypedia

168 people were born in 1770

 FatherMotherAge mother at birth
Abiel Abbot (1770-1828)John Abbot (1735-1818)Abigail Abbot (1734-1807)
Benjamin Abbot (1770-1823)Abiel Abbot (1741-1809)Dorcas Abbot (1744-1829)
Charity Adair (1770-1826)Joseph Adair (1735-1812)Sarah Dillard (1736-)
James Adair (1770-1840)Joseph Adair (1745-1820)Sarah Lowe (1750-1844)
Charles Adams (1770-1800)John Adams (1735-1826)Abigail Smith (1744-1818)
Timothy Alden (1770-1859)Israel Alden (1747-1817)Lucy Thankful Markham (1745-1829)
Jonathan Amory (1770-1828)Thomas Amory (1722-1784)Elizabeth Coffin (1741-1822)
Paul Atkins (1770-1851)Paul Atkins (1742-)Mary White (1742-)
Pantazi Bagdat (c1770-1842)Toderiță Bagdat (c1740-c1805)Safta Grecescu (c1745-c1800)
Jacob Bankras (1770-1818)Simon Bankras (-1784)Trijntje Claas (bef1770-)
Margarita Catherine Barkley (1770-1837)James Barclay (1750-1803)Maria Van Beverhoute (1750-1803)
Elizabeth Belasyse (1770-1819)Henry Belasyse, 2nd Earl Fauconberg (1743-1802)Charlotte Lamb (1743-1790)
Penelope Blane (c1770-1846)
Lijsbeth Bleeker (1770-1836)Jan Bleeker (1740-1798)Marijtje Schoenmaker (1746-1813)
Gijsbert Bleijenberg (c1770-1840)Wouter Woutersz Bleijenberg (1743-)Lisabeth Gijsbertsen Burgers (1743-bef1791)
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109 children were born to the 62 women born in 1770

112 people died in 1770

 FatherMotherAge at death
Grace Susanna Adams (1768-1770)John Adams (1735-1826)Abigail Smith (1744-1818)
Jonathan Alden (1686-1770)Johnathan Alden (1633-1697)Abigail Hallett (1644-1725)
Jonathan Arnold (1708-1770)Thomas Arnold (1675-1727)Elizabeth Burlingame (1684-1752)
Rebecca Atwood (1747-1770)Eleazer Atwood (1713-1796)Rebecca Young (1715-1790)
Mary Backus (1692-1770)John Backus (1662-1744)Mary Bingham (1672-1747)
Alexandru Bagdat (c1720-c1770)Nicolae Bagdat (c1690-c1740)
John Bigelow (1681-1770)Joshua Bigelow (1655-1745)Elizabeth Flagg (1655-1729)
Erzsébet Blaskovitch (c1705-c1770)Sámuel Blaskovich (c1670-1738)Judit Grassalkovich (c1685-1748)
Dirk Boerman (1706-c1770)Jan Boerman (c1675-c1735)Lijsbeth Spijl
Anne Boylston (1706-1770)Peter Boylston (1676-1743)Ann White (1686-1772)
Joseph Brewster (1698-1770)Jonathan Brewster (1664-1704)Judith Stevens (1670-1732)
Edward Broadaway (c1767-c1770)Samuel Broadaway (1734-)Alice Green (1734-)
Anton Brunswik von Korompa (c1717-1780)Michael Brunswik von Korompa (1671-1719)Margarete Theresia Vitalis von Vitalisfalva (c1685-1747)53
Maria Brunswik von Korompa (1748-c1770)Siegmund Brunswik von Korompa (1718-1759)Barbara de Szendrey (c1720-1761)22
Maria Buhuș (c1710-c1770)Miron Buhuș (c1650-c1720)Tudosia Jora (c1675-c1740)
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6364 people lived in 1770

 FatherMother
Grietje Jans (-1775)Jan (bef1735-)
Reijnouwtje Davids (c1723-aft1753)David
Abigail Abbe (1767-1851)John Abbe (1743-1832)Abial Averill (1738-1832)
Arien Ariensz Abbenes (c1740-1806)Aarjen Hendriksz Abbenes (c1709-1788)Trijntje Gerrits (c1709-1800)
Abiel Abbot (1770-1828)John Abbot (1735-1818)Abigail Abbot (1734-1807)
Abiel Abbot (1741-1809)John Abbot (1704-1793)Phebe Fiske (1712-1802)
Abiel Abbot (1765-1859)Abiel Abbot (1741-1809)Dorcas Abbot (1744-1829)
Abigail Abbot (1734-1807)Benjamin Abbot (1686-1748)Abigail Abbot (1699-1753)
Benjamin Abbot (1770-1823)Abiel Abbot (1741-1809)Dorcas Abbot (1744-1829)
Dorcas Abbot (1744-1829)Benjamin Abbot (1686-1748)Abigail Abbot (1699-1753)
Elizabeth Abbot (1766-1853)John Abbot (1735-1818)Abigail Abbot (1734-1807)
John Abbot (1735-1818)John Abbot (1704-1793)Phebe Fiske (1712-1802)
John Abbot (1704-1793)John Abbot (1674-1754)Elizabeth Harnden (1756-1693)
William Abbot (1748-1793)John Abbot (1704-1793)Phebe Fiske (1712-1802)
Elizabeth Abbott (1721-1782)John Abbott (-)Elizabeth Birege (-)
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Events of the year 1770 at Familypedia

90 people were married in 1770.

 Joined with
James Adair (1747-1831)Rebecca Montgomery (1750-1835)
Joseph Adair (1711-1788)Sarah Laferty (1715-1767)+ Susanna Murdough (1723-1800)
Joseph Adair (1745-1820)Sarah Lowe (1750-1844)
Eleazer Adams (1748-1819)Prudence Bennett (1756-1787)
John Andrews (1752-)Mary Emmerson (1750-)
Jantje Appelman (c1750-bef1816)Arien Kuiper (1743-1816)
Thomas Lee Bailey (c1745-1780)Sarah Osborn (1754-1793)
Eli Baldwin (1748-1794)Dorothy Potter (1750-1824)
Prudence Bennett (1756-1787)Eleazer Adams (1748-1819)
Enoch Bigelow (1746-1780)Elizabeth Clemons (1747-1823)
John Bigelow (1740-1807)Mary Bigelow (1742-1825)
Mary Bigelow (1742-1825)John Bigelow (1740-1807)
William Brigham (1735-1793)Rebecca Ball (1739-1768) + Lydia Chamberlain (1745-1793)
Antje Broersen (1743-?)Klaas Jonker (1739-)
Susanna Brown (c1744)John Bellett (1749)
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There were 0 military battles in 1770.


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