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  1. John Graves Simcoe (25 February 1752 – 26 October 1806) was a British Army general and the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada from 1791 until 1796 in southern Ontario and the watersheds of Georgian Bay and Lake Superior.

  2. Familia. Nacida en Caracas, el 9 de diciembre de 1758, ella fue la hija Feliciano Palacios de Aguirre y Ariztía-Sojo y Gil de Arratia, Capitán de la Primera Compañía de Criollos de Caracas en 1751; Tesorero de la Santa Cruzada y alcalde Ordinario de su ciudad natal en 1752; Regidor perpetuo y en sus últimos años Alférez Real de Caracas (descendiente del Infante Don Juan Manuel de ...

  3. Adrien-Marie Legendre was born in Paris on 18 September 1752 to a wealthy family. He received his education at the Collège Mazarin in Paris, and defended his thesis in physics and mathematics in 1770. He taught at the École Militaire in Paris from 1775 to 1780 and at the École Normale from 1795.

  4. 1752 to 1763. As reassured Nantes ship-owners saw, over the years 1752, 1753 and 1754 their tonnage surpassed 5,000 tonnes. This was considered a period of strong commercial activity, as from 1735 to 1759 this number would only be exceeded five times.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lady_DayLady Day - Wikipedia

    In 1752, the British empire finally followed most of western Europe in switching to the Gregorian calendar from the Julian calendar. The Julian lagged 11 days behind the Gregorian, and hence 25 March in the Old Style calendar became 5 April ("Old Lady Day"), which assumed the role of contractual year-beginning.

  6. Charles Wilsonn (1752–1829), Member of Parliament for Bewdley, 1814–1818 Charles E. Wilson (1973 ship) , a ship launched in 1973 named for Charles E. Wilson Topics referred to by the same term

  7. La Primera Junta de Gobierno de Chile, oficialmente Junta Provisional Gubernativa del Reino a nombre de Fernando VII, fue el nombre del cuerpo colegiado formado legalmente para administrar la Capitanía General de Chile y tomar medidas para su propia defensa tras la captura del rey Fernando VII de España por Napoleón Bonaparte, de la misma manera en que las provincias de España formaron la ...