|Centuries:||18th century - 19th century - 20th century|
|Decades:|| 1790s 1800s 1810s - 1820s - 1830s 1840s 1850s
|Years:||1824 1825 1826 - 1827 - 1828 1829 1830|
|1827 in topic:|
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|Art - Literature (Poetry) - Music - Science|
|Sports - Rail Transport|
|Countries: Australia - Canada - France - Germany - Ireland - Mexico - New Zealand - Norway - South Africa - UK - USA|
|Leaders: State leaders - Colonial governors|
|Category: Establishments - Disestablishments|
|Births - Marriages - Deaths
Year 1827 (MDCCCXXVII) was a common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian Calendar (or a common year starting on Saturday of the 12-day slower Julian calendar).
- Also see: List of years in Art.
Events of 1827
January - March
- February 20 - South America: Battle of Ituzaingo or Passo do Rosário - A force of the Brazilian Imperial Army meets Argentinean-Uruguayan troops in combat.
- February 28 - The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad is incorporated, becoming the first railroad in America offering commercial transportation of both people and freight.
- March 4 - The Sigma Phi Society is founded on the campus of Union College in Schenectady, New York.
- March 7 - Brazilian marines sail up the Rio Negro (Argentina) and attack the temporary naval base of Carmen de Patagones, Argentina. They are defeated by the local citizens.
- March 7 - Shrigley Abduction: Ellen Turner, a wealthy heiress in Cheshire, England, is abducted by Edward Gibbon Wakefield, the future politician in colonial New Zealand.
- March 16 - Freedom's Journal, the first African-American owned and published newspaper in the United States, is founded in New York City by John Russwurm.
April - June
- April - Ottoman Algeria: Husain Dei slaps the French consul Decalina on the face, eventually leading to war and French rule in Algeria.
- April 7-8 - Battle of Monte Santiago: Naval engagement between a squadron of the Brazilian Imperial Navy and Argentinean vessels. Major Brazilian victory.
- April 10 - UK: George Canning succeeds Lord Liverpool as British Prime Minister.
- April 24 - Greek War of Independence: The Battle of Phaleron is fought.
- May 21 - The Maryland Democratic Party is founded by supporters of Andrew Jackson in Baltimore and hosts its first meeting at the Baltimore Atheneum.
July - September
- July 6 - Greek War of Independence: The Treaty of London between France, Britain, and Russia, demands that the Turks agree to an armistice in Greece.
- July 14 - Kingdom of Hawaii: Diocese of Honolulu founded.
- August 31 - UK: Frederick John Robinson, becomes Prime Minister of the UK, following the death of George Canning.
- September 4 - Finland: Great Fire of Turku.
- September 22 - Joseph Smith Jr. obtains the Book of Mormon, for him to translate.
October - December
- October 1 - Russo-Persian War: The Russians under Ivan Paskevich storm Yerevan, ending a millennium of Muslim domination in Eastern Armenia.
- October 20 - Greek War of Independence: Battle of Navarino - British, French, and Russian naval forces destroy the Turko-Egyptian fleet in Greece.
- Laos: King Anouvong of Vientiane declares war on Siam and successfully attacks Nakhon Ratchasima (the Siamese later invade Vientiane and nearly destroy the whole city).
- Englishman John Walker invents Lucifer matches.
- Egypt: Cairo University School of Medicine is established as the first African medical school in the Middle East.
|Gregorian calendar||1827 |
|Ab urbe condita||2580|
|Armenian calendar||1276 |
|Bahá'í calendar||-17 – -16|
|Coptic calendar||1543 – 1544|
|Ethiopian calendar||1819 – 1820|
|Hebrew calendar||5587 – 5588|
|- Vikram Samvat||1882 – 1883|
|- Shaka Samvat||1749 – 1750|
|- Kali Yuga||4928 – 4929|
|Iranian calendar||1205 – 1206|
|Islamic calendar||1242 – 1243|
|- Imperial Year||Kōki 2487|
|Thai solar calendar||2370|
January - June
- March 8 - Wilhelm Bleek, German linguist (d. 1875)
- April 5 - Joseph Lister, English surgeon (d. 1912)
- April 8 - Ramón Emeterio Betances, Puerto Rican politician, medical doctor and diplomat (d. 1898)
- May 11 - Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, French sculptor and painter (d. 1875)
- May 19 - Paul-Armand Challemel-Lacour, French statesman (d. 1896)
- May 21 - William P. Sprague, American politician from Ohio (d. 1899)
- May 27 - Samuel F. Miller, American politician (d. 1892)
- June 12 - Johanna Spyri, Swiss author (d. 1901)
July - December
- July 13 - Hugh O'Brien, Mayor of Boston (d. 1895)
- July 17 - Sir Frederick Augustus Abel, British chemist (d. 1902)
- September 30 - Ellis H. Roberts, American politician (d. 1918)
- November 26 - Ellen G. White, American religious leader (d. 1915)
- 3 December- Jain Acharya Rajendrasuri, at Bharatpur, (Rajasthan)
- See also 1827 births.
January - June
- January 5 - Prince Frederick, Heir-Presumptive to the British Throne. (b. 1763)
- February 19 - Armand Augustin Louis de Caulaincourt, French general and diplomat (b. 1773)
- March 5
- March 26 - Ludwig van Beethoven, German composer (b. 1770)
- May 27 - Melesina Trench, Irish born writer and socialite (b. 1768)
- April 29-Deborah Sampson, first American female soldier (b.1760)
July - December
- August 8 - George Canning, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (b. 1770)
- August 12 - William Blake, English poet and artist (b. 1757)
- November 7 - Maria Theresia of Tuscany, Queen of Saxony (b. 1767)
- December 3 - Servando Teresa de Mier, preacher (b. 1765)
People of the year 1827 at Familypedia
222 people were born in 1827
118 children were born to the 96 women born in 1827
126 people died in 1827
11385 people lived in 1827
Events of the year 1827 at Familypedia
165 people were married in 1827.
There were 0 military battles in 1827.
- See also 1827 deaths.
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