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  1. Categoría principal: Nacidos en 1767. 5 de enero: Jean-Baptiste Say, economista francés (f. 1832) 10 de febrero: Luis Daoíz, militar español, héroe de la Guerra de la Independencia española ( 1808 - 1812 ). 18 de febrero: José Simeón Cañas, eclesiástico y político salvadoreño (f. 1838)

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    1767 was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1767th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 767th year of the 2nd millennium, the 67th year of the 18th century, and the 8th year of the 1760s decade.

  3. (1767) Lampland es un asteroide que forma parte del cinturón de asteroides y fue descubierto por el equipo del Indiana Asteroid Program de la universidad de Indiana desde el observatorio Goethe Link de Brooklyn, Estados Unidos, el 7 de septiembre de 1962.

    • 7 de septiembre de 1962
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    January 29 – The former watchmaker and entrepreneur Pierre Beaumarchais has his first full-length drama, Eugénie, premièred at the Comédie-Française. Revised in two days, it establishes his reputat...
    February – King George III of Great Britain requests an introduction to Samuel Johnson from his librarian, Frederick Augusta Barnard. They meet in the library of the Queen's House.
    April 24 – First professional performance of a play by an American, The Prince of Parthia by Thomas Godfrey (died 1763), at the new Southwark Theatre in Philadelphia with Lewis Hallam Jr.in a leadi...
    December 7 – John Street Theatre (Manhattan), the first permanent theater in New York City, is opened by David Douglass with a performance of The Beaux' Stratagem.

    Fiction

    1. James Boswell – Dorando 2. Phebe Gibbes – The Woman of Fashion 3. Hugh Kelly – Memoirs of a Magdalen 4. Susannah Minifie – Barford Abbey 5. Frances Sheridan 5.1. Continuation of the Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph(posthumous) 5.2. The History of Nourjahad 6. Laurence Sterne – The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentlemanvol. ix 7. Unca Eliza Winkfield (pseudonym) – The Female American 8. Arthur Young – The Adventures of Emmera

    Drama

    1. Pierre Beaumarchais – Eugénie 2. Richard Bentley – Philodamus 3. Isaac Bickerstaffe – Lace in the City 4. George Colman the Elder 4.1. The English Merchant 4.2. The Oxonian in Town 5. David Garrick – Cymon 6. Hall Hartson – The Countess of Salisbury 7. Thomas Hull – The Perplexities 8. William Kenrick – The Widowed Wife 9. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing – Minna von Barnhelm 10. Arthur Murphy – The School for Guardians

    Poetry

    1. Michael Bruce – Elegy Written in Spring 2. Francis Fawkes – Partridge-Shooting 3. Oliver Goldsmith, ed. – The Beauties of English Poesy 4. Richard Jago – Edge-Hill 5. Henry Jones – Kew Garden 6. Christopher Smart (translation) – The Works of Horace, Translated into Verse

    January 1 – Maria Edgeworth, Anglo-Irish novelist (died 1849)
    February 4 – Andrew Marschalk, American printer (died 1838)
    February 6 – Saul Ascher, German political writer and translator (died 1822)
    March 1 – Alexander Balfour, Scottish novelist, short-story writer and poet (died 1829)
    February 16 – David Erskine Baker, English writer on drama and translator (born 1730)
    February 28 – Charles Balguy, English translator and medical writer (born 1708)
    April 27 – Johann Gottlob Carpzov, German Biblical scholar (born 1679)
    July 15 – Michael Bruce, Scottish poet and hymnist (born 1746)
  4. 1767; Calendario gregoriano: 1767 MDCCLXVII: Ab urbe condita: 2520: Calendario armenio: 1216: Calendario chinés: 4463 – 4464: Calendario hebreo: 5527 – 5528

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    • La Pragmática
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    La Pragmática Sanción fue dada por Carlos III en El Pardo el 2 de abril de 1767, con este título o encabezamiento: «Pragmática sanción de su Magestad en fuerza de ley para el estrañamiento de estos Reynos a los Regulares de la Compañía, ocupación de sus Temporalidades, y prohibición de su restablecimiento en tiempo alguno, con las demás prevenciones que expresa». Decía lo siguiente:

    Domínguez Ortiz, Antonio (2005) [1988]. Carlos III y la España de la Ilustración. Madrid: Alianza Editorial. ISBN 84-206-5970-3.

    Pragmática sanción de su Magestad en fuerza de ley para el estrañamiento de estos Reynos á los Regulares de la Compañía... en la Biblioteca Digital Hispánica.
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