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    1801 was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar, the 1801st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 801st year of the 2nd millennium, the 1st year of the 19th century, and the 2nd year of the 1800s decade.

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    Federal Government

    1. President: John Adams (F-Massachusetts) (until March 4), Thomas Jefferson (DR-Virginia) (starting March 4) 2. Vice President: Thomas Jefferson (DR-Virginia) (until March 4), Aaron Burr (DR-New York) (starting March 4) 3. Chief Justice: John Marshall (Virginia) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Theodore Sedgwick (F-Massachusetts) (until March 4), Nathaniel Macon (DR-North Carolina) (starting December 7) 5. Congress: 6th (until March 4), 7th(starting March 4)

    January 10 – John Adams appoints William Henry Harrison as the first Governor of the Indiana Territory.
    January 31 – John Marshall is appointed Chief Justice of the United States.
    February – Contingent election of 1801: An electoral tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr is resolved, when Jefferson is elected President of the United States and Burr Vice President by the...
    February 27 – Washington, D.C. is placed under the jurisdiction of the Congress of the United States.
    January 20 – Thomas Hickman Williams, United States Senator from Mississippi from 1838 till 1839. (died 1851)
    March 27 – Alexander Barrow, United States Senator from Louisiana from 1841 till 1846. (died 1846)
    April 26 – Ambrose Dudley Mann, first United States Assistant Secretary of State (died 1889)
    May 6 – George S. Greene, Union Army general (died 1899)
    January 9 – Margaretta Faugères, playwright, poet and political activist (born 1771)
    February 6 – Annis Boudinot Stockton, poet and sponsor of literary salons (born 1736 )
    February 23 – Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson, poet and sponsor of literary salons (born 1737)
    March 14 – Margarita "Peggy" Schuyler, youngest child of Philip Schuyler (born 1758)
    A. P. C. Griffin. Issues of the District of Columbia Press in 1800, 1801, 1802. Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Washington, D.C., Vol. 4, (1901), pp. 32–74
    John Marshall on the Judiciary, the Republicans, and Jefferson, March 4, 1801. The American Historical Review, Vol. 53, No. 3 (April, 1948), pp. 518–520
    Dorothy MacKay Quynn. Dangers of Subversion in an American Education: A French View, 1801. The Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 39, No. 1 (April, 1953), pp. 28–35
    Bennard B. Perlman. Baltimore Mansion, 1801–03. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. 14, No. 1 (March, 1955), pp. 26–28.
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    Monarch – George III
    Prime Minister – William Pitt the Younger (Tory) (until 14 March), Henry Addington (Tory) (starting 14 March)
    Parliament – 1st(starting 22 January)
    1 January
    14 January – Britain places embargoes on vessels of the Second League of Armed Neutralityof the North.
    2 February – Parliament of the United Kingdommeets for the first time.
    5 February – William Pitt the Younger tenders his resignation as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
    4 January – James Giles, painter (died 1870)
    14 January – Jane Welsh Carlyle, letter–writer (died 1866)
    2 February
    7 February – John Rylands, weaver, entrepreneur and philanthropist (died 1888)
    28 March – Ralph Abercromby, general (born 1734)
    2 April – Thomas Dadford, Jr., engineer (year of birth unknown)
    3 May (bur.) – Mary Lacy, shipwright and naval pensioner (born c.1740)
    17 May – William Heberden, physician (born 1710)
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    April 1 – A letter from "the author of Génie du christianisme" (François-René de Chateaubriand) is published in Le Publiciste, Chateaubriand having returned to France the previous year under an amn...
    April 2 – Battle of Copenhagen: In recognition of the English attack on Copenhagen, Adam Oehlenschläger produces his first dramatic sketch April the Second 1801.
    April – John Borthwick Gilchrist is appointed a professor at Fort William College in Calcutta, India, where he establishes the Hindusthani Press.
    May – Jane Austen moves with her family to Bath.


    1. François-René de Chateaubriand – Atala 2. Sophie Ristaud Cottin – Malvina 3. Anne Seymour Damer – Belmour 4. Maria Edgeworth – Belinda 5. Elizabeth Helme – St. Margaret's Cave 6. Rachel Hunter – Letitia 7. Isabella Kelly – Ruthinglenne 8. Sophia King – The Fatal Secret 9. Mary Meeke – Which is the Man 10. Amelia Opie – The Father and Daughter 11. Eliza Parsons – The Peasant of Ardenne Forest


    1. Christoph von Schmid – Biblische Geschichte für Kinder(Bible Stories for Children) 2. Priscilla Wakefield – The Juvenile Travellers: Containing the Remarks of a Family during a Tour through the Principal States and Kingdoms of Europe


    1. Heinrich Joseph von Collin – Regulus 2. William Godwin – Abbas, King of Persia(written) 3. Matthew Lewis – Alfonso, King of Castile 4. Thomas Moore and Michael Kelly (tenor) – The Gypsy Prince 5. Friedrich Schiller 5.1. The Maid of Orleans(Die Jungfrau von Orleans) 5.2. Maria Stuart

    February 16 – Frederic Madden, English palaeographer (died 1873)
    February 21 – Cardinal John Henry Newman, English theologian and autobiographer (died 1890)
    March 4 – Karl Rudolf Hagenbach, Swiss theologian and historian (died 1874)
    March 15 – George Perkins Marsh, American philologist (died 1882)
    January 2 – Johann Kaspar Lavater, Swiss poet (born 1741)
    January 9 – Margaretta Faugères, American playwright, poet and political activist (born 1771)
    January 13 – Robert Orme, English historian of India (born 1728)
    March 14 – Ignacy Krasicki, Polish poet and prince-bishop (born 1735)
  3. First railway in north Wales is built by Lord Penrhyn to link his quarries with Bethesda and Port Penrhyn. John Rice Jones becomes first attorney-general of Indiana. The "Great Debate" is held at Ramoth Chapel in Llanfrothen, Merionethshire, as a result of which John Richard Jones forms the "Scottish Baptist" connexion.