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|Years:||1790 1791 1792 - 1793 - 1794 1795 1796|
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|Art – Literature (Poetry) – Music – Science|
|Leaders: State leaders – Colonial governors|
|Category: Establishments – Disestablishments|
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Year 1793 (MDCCXCIII) was a common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar (or a common year starting on Saturday of the 11-day slower Julian calendar).
Events of 1793[edit | edit source]
January - June[edit | edit source]
- January 2 - Russia and Prussia partition Poland.
- January 9 - Jean-Pierre Blanchard becomes the first to fly in a with blairy balloon in the United States.
- January 21 - After being found guilty of treason by the French Convention, "Citizen Capet" ie. Louis XVI of France is guillotined.
- February 1 - France declares war on Great Britain, the Netherlands and Spain (see French Revolutionary Wars).
- February 25 - George Washington holds the first Cabinet meeting as President of the United States.
- February 27 - The Giles resolutions are introduced to the United States House of Representatives asking the House to condemn Alexander Hamilton's handling of loans.
- March 1 - John Langdon becomes President Pro Tempore of the United States Senate until March 3.
- March 4 - George Washington is sworn in as President of the United States in Philadelphia, for his second term.
- March 5 - French troops are defeated by Austrian forces and Liège is recaptured.
- March 7 - France declares war on Spain.
- March 18 - The first republican state in Germany, the Republic of Mainz, is declared by Andreas Joseph Hofmann.
- April 1 - Unsen volcano erupts in Japan and causes an earthquake: about 53000 dead.
- April 6 - Committee of Public Safety established in France with Georges Danton as its head.
- April 22 - George Washington signs the Neutrality Proclamation.
- May 31 - Regular troops under François Hanriot demand that the Girondins must be expelled from the national convention.
- June 2 - The Girondins are overthrown.
- June 10 - The Jardin des Plantes and the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle created by the National Convention. It opened in Paris the following year and would also become the first public zoo.
July - December[edit | edit source]
- July 9 - Act Against Slavery is passed in Upper Canada.
- July 13 - Charlotte Corday kills Jean-Paul Marat in his bath.
- July 17 - Execution of Charlotte Corday is held.
- July 22 - Alexander Mackenzie reaches the Pacific Ocean becoming the first Euro-American to complete a transcontinental crossing north of Mexico.
- July 29 - John Graves Simcoe decides to build a fort and settlement at Toronto, having sailed into the bay there.
- August 10 - Feast of Unity: Crowds in Paris burn monarchist emblems.
- August 23 - Universal conscription occurs in France.
- September 5 - In France, the French National Convention votes to implement terror measures to repress French Revolutionary activities. The ensuing "Reign of Terror" will last until the spring of 1794 and causes death of 35,000-40,000 people.
- October 12 - The cornerstone of Old East, the oldest state university building in the United States, is laid in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on the campus of the University of North Carolina. The 12th of October is now celebrated at the University as University Day.
- November 8 - In Paris, the French Revolutionary government opens the Louvre to the public as a museum.
- October 14 - Trial of Marie Antoinette begins
- October 15 - Marie Antoinette condemned to death.
- October 16 - Execution of Marie Antoinette is held.
- October 24 - French Revolutionary Calendar begins.
- October 28 - Eli Whitney applied for a patent for his cotton gin, (the patent was granted the following March).
- October 31 - Execution of arrested Girondist leaders in France, by a guillotine.
- December 8 - Execution of Madame du Barry is held.
- December 9 - New York City's first daily newspaper, the American Minerva, is established by Noah Webster.
- December 18 - French forces under Dugommier capture Toulon from royalists and British forces under Vice Admiral Lord Hood. The British fire the dockyards and take sixteen ships, one of which is HMS Lutine, a famous treasure ship.
Undated[edit | edit source]
- British admiralty begins to supply citrus juice to Navy ships to prevent scurvy.
- Claude Chappe presents his semaphore in France - 15 stations built within a year.
- In Philadelphia more than 4000 die from yellow fever
- Roman Catholicism banned in France.
- First Coalition against France is formed.
- Holy Roman Empire declares war on France.
- First year of regular production for the United States Mint.
- Construction begins on the United States Capitol building.
- Niccolò Paganini debuts as a violin virtuoso at age 11.
- The French Republican Calendar is first used.
Ongoing events[edit | edit source]
Births[edit | edit source]
|Gregorian calendar||1793 |
|Ab urbe condita||2546|
|Armenian calendar||1242 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-51 – -50|
|Coptic calendar||1509 – 1510|
|Ethiopian calendar||1785 – 1786|
|Hebrew calendar||5553 – 5554|
|- Vikram Samvat||1848 – 1849|
|- Shaka Samvat||1715 – 1716|
|- Kali Yuga||4894 – 4895|
|Iranian calendar||1171 – 1172|
|Islamic calendar||1207 – 1208|
|- Imperial Year||Kōki 2453|
|Thai solar calendar||2336|
- January 3 - Lucretia Mott, American women's rights activist and abolitionist (d. 1880)
- January 14 - John C. Clark, American politician (d. 1852)
- March 2 - Sam Houston, President of the Republic of Texas (d. 1863)
- March 3 - William Charles Macready, English actor (d. 1873)
- March 4 - Karl Lachmann, German philologist (d. 1851)
- March 6 - William Dick, Founder of Edinburgh Veterinary College (d. 1866)
- April 19 - Emperor Ferdinand I of Austria (d. 1875)
- June 1 - Augustus Earle, Artist (d. 1838)
- June 6 - Edward C. Delevan, American temperance movement leader (d. 1871)
- September 25 - Felicia Hemans, British poet (d. 1835)
- November 3 - Stephen F. Austin, American pioneer (d. 1836)
- See also 1793 births.
Deaths[edit | edit source]
- January 1 - Francesco Guardi, Italian painter (b. 1712)
- January 21 - King Louis XVI of France (executed) (b. 1754)
- February 1 - William Wildman Shute Barrington, British statesman (b. 1717)
- February 6 - Carlo Goldoni, Italian playwright (b. 1707)
- March 2 - Carl Gustaf Pilo, Swedish-born artist
- March 4 - Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon, French admiral (b. 1725)
- March 20 - William Murray, Scottish judge and politician (b. 1705)
- March 26 - John Mudge, English physician and inventor (b. 1721)
- April 15 - Ignacije Szentmartony, Croatian Jesuit missionary and geographer (b. 1718)
- April 29
- May 3 - Martin Gerbert, German theologian and historian (b. 1720)
- May 7 - Pietro Nardini, Italian composer (b. 1722)
- May 20 - Charles Bonnet, Swiss naturalist (b. 1720)
- June 26 - Gilbert White, English ornithologist (b. 1720)
- July 13 - Jean-Paul Marat, Swiss-born French Revolutionary leader (assassinated) (b. 1743)
- July 17 - Charlotte Corday, French assassin of Jean-Paul Marat (executed) (b. 1768)
- July 23 - Roger Sherman, American signer of the Declaration of Independence (b. 1721)
- August 22 - Louis, Marshal of France (b. 1713)
- August 28 - Adam Philippe, French general (executed) (b. 1740)
- October 7 - Wills Hill, English politician (b. 1718)
- October 8 - John Hancock, American patriot and businessman (b. 1737)
- October 9 - Jean Joseph Marie Amiot, French Jesuit missionary (b. 1718)
- October 16 - Marie Antoinette, Queen of France (executed) (b. 1755)
- October 31
- November 3 - Olympe de Gouges, French playwright (executed) (b. 1748)
- November 6 - Louis Philip II, French noble and revolutionary leader (executed) (b. 1747)
- November 8 - Madame Roland, French Revolutionary hostess (executed) (b. 1754)
- November 10 - Jean Marie Roland, French revolutionary leader (suicide) (b. 1734
- November 24 - Clément Charles François de Laverdy, French statesman (b. 1723)
- November 29 - Antoine Barnave, French revolutionary leader (executed) (b. 1761)
- December 4 - Armand-Guy-Simon de Coetnempren, French revolutionary leader (executed) (b. 1742)
- December 5 - Jean-Paul Rabaut Saint-Etienne French revolutionary leader (executed) (b. 1743)
- December 7 - Joseph Bara, French Revolution child-hero (b. 1780)
- December 8
- December 23 - Johann Adolph Hasse, German composer (b. 1699)
- Timur Shah, King of Kabul, King of Herat, King of Kandahar, King of Peshawar (b. 1748)
People of the year 1793 at Familypedia
177 people were born in 1793
104 children were born to the 59 women born in 1793
91 people died in 1793
7430 people lived in 1793
Events of the year 1793 at Familypedia
120 people were married in 1793.
There were 0 military battles in 1793.
- See also 1793 deaths.
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