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    1817 was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1817th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 817th year of the 2nd millennium, the 17th year of the 19th century, and the 8th year of the 1810s decade.

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    Enero

    1. 2 de enero: Ramón López Rayón rinde la plaza del Fuerte del Cóporo a los realistas.[1]​[2]​ 2. 7 de enero: En Zitácuaro, Ignacio López Rayón pide a los defensores que quedan en el Fuerte del Cóporo que no se rindan.[1]​ 3. 9 de enero: En la publicación Memoria de Estatuto de José María Quiros publicada en esta fecha en Veracruz, se expone la pérdida de la riqueza novohispana como consecuencia de la guerra de independencia.[1]​ 4. 20 de enero: Mier y Terán es obligado a rendirse en el Cerro...

    Febrero

    Por orden de la Junta de Jaujilla, Nicolás Bravo aprehende en Zacapuato a Ignacio López Rayón.[3]​

    Marzo

    1. 8 de marzo: Carlos María de Bustamante se adhiere al indulto del virrey Apodaca.[3]​ 2. 20 de marzo: Es publicado el primer número de la Gaceta, el cual fue un órgano de comunicación del gobierno provisional mexicano insurgente.[3]​

    12 de febrero: Trinidad de la Garza Melo. Político y catedrático. Gobernador interino de Nuevo León en 1869. Falleció en 1879.[13]​
    23 de mayo: Manuel Robles Pezuela. Militar conservador y presidente interino de diciembre de 1858 a enero de 1859 durante la Guerra de Reforma, originario de Guanajuato. Murió fusilado en 1862.[14]​
    27 de octubre: Pedro Moreno. Insurgente originario del estado de Jalisco.[12]​
    11 de noviembre: Francisco Xavier Mina. Patriota español liberal quien decidió luchar contra el absolutismo en la guerra de independencia de México.[12]​

    Bibliografía

    1. Andrade, Vicente de P. (1899). «El Illmo. Sr. D. Fr. Bernardo del Espíritu Santo». Noticias biográficas sobre los ilustrísimos prelados (3.ª edición). Imprenta del Museo Nacional. pp. 22-26. Consultado el 8 de abril de 2017. 2. Del Arenal Fenochio, Jaime (2011). Cronología de la Independencia (1808-1821) (1.ª edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-10-9. Consultado el 8 de abril de 2017. 3. De Pedro, Antonio E. (2015). «Las dos p...

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    Federal Government

    1. President: James Madison (DR-Virginia) (until March 4), James Monroe (DR-Virginia) (starting March 4) 2. Vice President: vacant (until March 4), Daniel D. Tompkins (DR-New York) (starting March 4) 3. Chief Justice: John Marshall (Virginia) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Henry Clay (DR-Kentucky) 5. Congress: 14th (until March 4), 15th(starting March 4)

    January–March

    1. February 7 – Baltimore becomes the first U.S. city with public street gas lighting. 2. March 3 2.1. President James Madison vetoes John C. Calhoun's Bonus Bill. 2.2. U.S. Congress passes law to split the Mississippi Territory, after Mississippi drafts a constitution, creating the Alabama Territoryeffective in August. 3. March 4 – James Monroe is sworn in as the fifth President of the United States, and Daniel D. Tompkins is sworn in as Vice President of the United States.

    April–June

    1. April 15 – The first American school for the deaf opens in Hartford, Connecticut. 2. April 29 – The Rush–Bagot Treaty, between the U.S. and the United Kingdom, is signed. 3. May – The General Convention of the Episcopal Church founds the General Theological Seminary while meeting in New York City. 4. June 18 – Henry Perry, a former member of the Republican Army of the North, is defeated near Coleto Creek after leading a force to capture Presidio La Bahía.

    July–September

    1. July 4 – At Rome, New York, construction on the Erie Canalbegins. 2. July 12 – Benjamin Russell, in his Columbian Centinel newspaper, coins the phrase "Era of Good Feelings", which is later used to describe American politics from 1817 to 1825. 3. August 15 – By act of the U.S. Congress (March 3), the Alabama Territory is created by splitting the Mississippi Territory in half, on the day the Mississippi constitution is drafted, four months before Mississippibecomes a U.S. state.

    February 7 – LeRoy Pope Walker, 1st Confederate States Secretary of War (died 1884)
    February 8 – Richard S. Ewell, Confederate general (died 1872)
    March 22 – Braxton Bragg, Confederate general (died 1876)
    March 26 – Herman Haupt, railroad civil engineer (died 1905)
    January 16 – Alexander J. Dallas, statesman and financier (born 1759)
    May 12 – William Goforth, physician and paleontologist (born 1766)
    June 24 – Thomas McKean, lawyer, President of the Continental Congress, and signatory of the Declaration of Independence (born 1734)
    August 7 – Pierre Samuel du Pont de Nemours, French-born industrialist (born 1739)
    James C. Jewett. The United States Congress of 1817 and Some of its Celebrities. The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 2 (October, 1908), pp. 139–144
    Marine Hospitals of New England in 1817. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Third Series, Vol. 50, (October, 1916 – June, 1917),
    John E. Iglehart. The Coming of the English to Indiana in 1817 and Their Hoosier Neighbors. Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1919), pp. 89–178
    Lucius C. Embree. Morris Birkbeck's Estimate of the People of Princeton in 1817. Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. 21, No. 4 (1925), pp. 289–299
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    January 27 – March 18 – Jane Austen begins, but abandons her novel Sanditon("Three Brothers").
    February 12 – Junius Brutus Booth makes his stage debut in the title role of Shakespeare's Richard III at the Theatre Royal, Covent Gardenin London.
    February 20 – Junius Brutus Booth as Iago plays opposite Edmund Kean in the title role of Othello at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lanein London.
    March – Percy and Mary Shelley with Claire Clairmont and the latter's new daughter by Lord Byron, Allegra (at this time called Alba), having moved from Bath, begin a year's residence in Marlow, Buc...

    Fiction

    1. Jane Austen 1.1. Northanger Abbey 1.2. Persuasion 2. Selina Davenport – Woman's Privilege 3. Maria Edgeworth 3.1. Harrington: a tale 3.2. Ormond: a tale 4. Ann Hatton – Gonzalo de Baldivia 5. John Neal – Keep Cool 6. Thomas Love Peacock – Melincourt. 7. Anna Maria Porter – The Knight of St. John 8. Walter Scott – Rob Roy 9. Catherine Selden – Villa Santelle 10. Elizabeth Thomas – Claudine, or Pertinacity

    Drama

    1. Franz Grillparzer – Die Ahnfrau(The Ancestress) 2. Richard Lalor Sheil – The Apostate 3. George Soane 3.1. The Bohemian: a Tragedy 3.2. The Falls of Clyde: a Melodrama 3.3. The Inn-Keeper's Daughter 4. Zachary Zealoushead – Plots and Placement

    Poetry

    1. Lord Byron – Manfred: A Dramatic Poem 2. Thomas Moore – Lalla-Rookh: An Oriental Romance 3. Henry Neele – Odes and Other Poems 4. Percy Bysshe Shelley – Hymn to Intellectual Beauty 5. Robert Southey – Wat Tyler: A Dramatic Poem 6. Charles Wolfe – The Burial of Sir John Moore at Corunna

    February 21 – José Zorrilla y Moral, Spanish poet and dramatist (died 1893)
    March 19 – Jozef Miloslav Hurban, Slovak writer, radical and minister (died 1886)
    May 21 – Hermann Lotze, German philosopher (died 1881)
    July 12 – Henry David Thoreau, American poet and philosopher (died 1862)
    March 23 – José Mariano Beristain, Mexican bibliographer (born 1756)
    April 6 – Caleb Bingham, American textbook author (born 1757)
    April 25 – Joseph von Sonnenfels, Austrian novelist (born 1732)
    May 24 – Juan Meléndez Valdés, Spanish poet (born 1754)
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    October 5 – Hokusai paints the "Big Daruma" on paper measuring 18x10.8 m at the Hongan-ji Nagoya Betsuinin Nagoya, Japan.
    December 28 – English painter Benjamin Haydon introduces John Keats to William Wordsworth and Charles Lamb at a dinner in London to celebrate progress on his painting Christ's Entry into Jerusalem(...
    Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, designed by John Soane as Britain's first purpose-built public art gallery, is completed and opened.
    Construction of the Vatican Museumbegins.
    Louis-Marie Autissier – Miniature self-portrait
    Antonio Canova – The Three Graces (marble sculpture, Woburn Abbey, England)
    Francis Chantrey – The Sleeping Children (marble sculpture, Lichfield Cathedral, England)
    January 29 – John Callcott Horsley, English painter (died 1903)
    February 15 – Charles-François Daubigny, French painter (died 1878)
    February 23 – George Frederic Watts, English painter and sculptor (died 1904)
    February 28 – Walter Hood Fitch, Scottish-born botanical artist (died 1892)
    March 27 – Josiah Boydell, publisher and painter (born 1752)
    May 10 – Georg Haas, Danish engraver (born 1751)
    June – Claude-Jean-Baptiste Hoin, French portrait and landscape painter (born 1750)
    June 4 – Daniël Dupré, Dutch engraver, painter, draftsman, and watercolorist (born 1751)
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