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  1. 1777 ( MDCCLXXVII) fue un año común comenzado en miércoles según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Ciencia y tecnología 3 Nacimientos 4 Fallecimientos 5 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos La lengua córnica desaparece. Quinto y último sitio de Colonia del Sacramento ( Uruguay ).

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    October 17: Battles of Saratoga. 1777 ( MDCCLXXVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Sunday of the Julian calendar, the 1777th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 777th year of the 2nd millennium, the 77th year of the 18th century, and the 8th year of ...

  3. It is the first pueblo in Spanish Alta California. December 24 – Kiritimati discovered by James Cook The code duello is adopted at the Clonmell Summer Assizes as the form for pistol duels in Ireland. It is quickly denounced but nevertheless widely adopted throughout the English-speaking world. Births for more information, see Category:1777 births.

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    President of the Second Continental Congress: John Hancock (until October 29), Henry Laurens(starting November 1)

    January–March

    1. January 2 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of the Assunpink Creek, also known as the Second Battle of Trenton: American forces under the command of George Washingtonrepulse a British attack near Trenton, New Jersey. 2. January 3 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of Princeton: American general George Washington defeats British general Charles Cornwallis. 3. January 12 – Mission Santa Clara de Asís founded in what is now Santa Clara, California. 4. January 15 – Vermont declares its in...

    April–June

    1. April 13 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of Bound Brook: A British and Hessian force led by Lieutenant General Charles Cornwallis surprises a Continental Army outpost in New Jersey commanded by Major General Benjamin Lincoln. 2. April 26 – American Revolutionary War: 16-year-old Sybil Ludington rides 40 miles (64 km) through the night to warn militiamen under the control of her father Henry that British troops are planning to invade Danbury, Connecticut. 3. April 27 – American Revolut...

    July–September

    1. July 4 – The first organized Independence Day celebration in Philadelphia: included fireworks set of from the city's commons. 2. July 6 – American Revolutionary War: Siege of Fort Ticonderoga – After a bombardment by British artillery under General John Burgoyne, American forces retreat from Fort Ticonderoga, New York. 3. July 7 – American Revolutionary War: Battle of Hubbardton– British forces engage American troops retreating from Fort Ticonderoga. 4. July 8 4.1. The Constitution of Verm...

    January 1 – Micah Hawkins, music theater composer (died 1825)
    March 17 – Roger Brooke Taney, politician, lawyer and judge (died 1864)
    April 12 – Henry Clay, U.S. Senator from Kentucky 1806-1807, 1810-1811, 1831-1842 & 1849-1852 (died 1852)
    April 30 – Carl Gauss, Famous Mathematician from Brunswick, Germany (died 1855)
    January 3 – William Leslie, British Army captain, killed at Battle of Princeton (born 1751 in Scotland)
    January 12 – Hugh Mercer, Continental Army brigadier general and physician, mortally wounded at Battle of Princeton (born 1726 in Scotland)
    February 19 – Seth Pomeroy, gunsmith and soldier (born 1706)
    May 19 – Button Gwinnett, signatory of the Declaration of Independence, 2nd Governor of Georgia in 1777 (born 1735 in Great Britain)
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    Monarch – George III
    Prime Minister – Frederick North, Lord North (Tory)
    Parliament – 14th
    3 January – American Revolution: American general George Washington defeats British general Charles Cornwallis at the Battle of Princeton.
    1 May – legal case of Goodright v. Stevens decides that the declaration of either parent cannot be accepted to prove that a child born in wedlock is a bastard.
    8 May – first performance of Richard Brinsley Sheridan's comedy of manners The School for Scandal at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London.
    May – completion of the Trent and Mersey Canal.
    Encyclopædia Britannica Second Editionbegins publication.
    Laws Respecting Women, as they Regard Their Natural Rights is published by Joseph Johnson.
    Clara Reeve’s Gothic novel The Champion of Virtue (anonymously), later known as The Old English Baron.
    22 January – Joseph Hume, doctor and politician (died 1855)
    3 February – John Cheyne, physician (died 1836)
    16 February – Benjamin D'Urban, general and colonial administrator (died 1849)
    1 April – William Gell, archaeologist (died 1836)
    12 January – Hugh Mercer, soldier and physician, dies in Princeton, New Jersey, United States(born 1726)
    11 May – George Pigot, Baron Pigot, governor of Madras (born 1719)
    19 or 27 May – Button Gwinnett, 2nd Governor of Georgia, dies near Savannah, Georgia, United States (born 1735)
    27 July – William Hayes, composer (bapt. 1708)
  4. 1777 in music - Wikipedia 1777 in music From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Contents 1 Events 2 Opera 3 Classical music 4 Popular Music 5 Methods and theory writings 6 Births 7 Deaths Events Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart resigns his position in the Salzburg court. Samuel Arnold becomes musical director of the Haymarket Theatre in London.