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    1740s - Wikipedia 1740s From top left, clockwise: The War of Jenkins' Ear, a conflict between the British and Spanish Empires lasting from 1739 to 1748. The War of the Austrian Succession from 1740 to 1748, caused by the death of Emperor Charles VI in 1740.

  2. 1740s. The 1740s was a decade that began on 1 January 1740 and ended on 31 December 1749. Millennium: 2nd millennium. Centuries: 17th century – 18th century – 19th century. Decades: 1710s 1720s 1730s – 1740s – 1750s 1760s 1770s. Years:

  3. 1690s; 1700s; 1710s; 1720s; 1730s; 1740s; 1750s; 1760s; 1770s; 1780s; 1790s; Subcategories. This category has the following 35 subcategories, out of 35 total.

  4. Este aviso fue puesto el 22 de noviembre de 2020. Los años 1740 fueron una década que comenzó el 1 de enero de 1740 y finalizó el 31 de diciembre de 1749 . Acontecimientos [ editar] 1740 - Benedicto XIV sucede a Clemente XII como papa. 1748 - Tratado de Aquisgrán (1748) Personajes importantes [ editar] Madame de Lamballe

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    1. January 8 – All 237 crewmen on the Dutch East India Company ship Rooswijk are drowned, when the vessel strikes the shoals of Goodwin Sands, off of the coast of England. Rooswijkwas beginning its second voyage to the Indies. The wreckage is discovered more than 250 years later, in 2004. 2. February 20 – The North Carolina General Assembly incorporates the town of Newton as Wilmington, North Carolina, named for Spencer Compton, 1st Earl of Wilmington and patron of Royal Governor Gabriel John...


    1. April 8 – War of the Austrian Succession: The Royal Navy captures the Spanish ship of the line Princesa off Cape Finisterre, and takes her into British service. 2. May 31 – Frederick II comes to power in Prussia upon the death of his father, Frederick William I. 3. June 1 – Plantation Act or Naturalization Act of the Parliament of Great Britain comes into effect providing for Protestant alien immigrants (including Huguenots, and also Jews) residing in the American colonies for 7 years to r...


    1. July 7 – Adam Smith sets out from Scotland to take up a scholarship at Balliol College, Oxford. 2. July 11 – Pogrom: Jews are expelled from Little Russia. 3. August 1 – The song Rule, Britannia! is first performed at Cliveden, the country home of Frederick, Prince of Wales, in England. 4. August 17 – Pope Benedict XIV succeeds Pope Clement XII, as the 247th pope. 5. September 8 – Hertford College, Oxford, England, is founded for the first time.

    February 4 – Carl Michael Bellman, Swedish poet, composer (d. 1795)
    February 15 – Juan Andrés, Spanish Jesuit (d. 1817)
    February 16 – Giambattista Bodoni, Italian publisher and engraver (d. 1813)
    February 17 – John Sullivan, American General in the American Revolutionary War, delegate in the Continental Congress (d. 1795)
    January – Louise Élisabeth de Joybert, politically active Canadian governors' wife (b. 1673)
    January 5 – Antonio Lotti, Italian composer (b. 1667)
    January 17 – Matthias Buchinger, German artist (b. 1674)
    January 20 – Niccolò Comneno Papadopoli, Italian jurist of religious law and historian (b. 1655)
  6. 1743: The Barkway hoard of Roman objects is found in Hertfordshire, England. [1] 1747: The mummified remains known as "Amcotts Moor Woman", a bog body, is unearthed from a peat bog in Lincolnshire, England. [2] 1747: Substantial remains of the Temple of Apollo are discovered in Mdina, Malta.