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  1. 1 de julio: el Congreso Constituyente de las Provincias Unidas del Centro de América aprueba una declaración que establece la independencia absoluta del territorio centroamericano. 15 de julio: en Roma se incendia la Basílica de San Pablo Extramuros. 19 de julio: el chileno Bernardo O’Higgins se exilia en Perú.

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    1823 was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1823rd year of the Common Era and Anno Domini designations, the 823rd year of the 2nd millennium, the 23rd year of the 19th century, and the 4th year of the 1820s decade. As of the start of 1823, the Gregorian calendar was 12 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. Calendar year

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    Marzo

    1. 26 de marzo. Agustín de Iturbide y su familia fueron exiliados del país. Fue escoltado al puerto de Veracruz por el general Nicolás Bravo, a solicitud expresa del exemperador.

    Julio

    1. 21 de julio: Nicaragua y Guatemala se separan de México.[1]​

    24 de abril: Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada, Presidente de México de 1872 a 1876, originario de Veracruz.
    15 de noviembre: Trinidad García de la Cadena, militar y gobernador de Zacatecas; falleció en 1886.

    11 de julio: José Ignacio García Illueca, militar y político del Supremo Poder Ejecutivo; originario del actual Estado de México en donde nació en 1780.

    Bibliografía

    1. Guerrero Flores, David; Ruiz Ham, Emma Paul (2012). El país en formación. Cronología (1821-1854) (1a. edición). Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. ISBN 978-607-7916-68-0. Consultado el 10 de enero de 2017.

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    Federal Government

    1. President: James Monroe (DR-Virginia) 2. Vice President: Daniel D. Tompkins (DR-New York) 3. Chief Justice: John Marshall (Virginia) 4. Speaker of the House of Representatives: Philip P. Barbour (DR-Virginia) (until March 4), Henry Clay (DR-Kentucky) (starting December 1) 5. Congress: 17th (until March 4), 18th(starting March 4)

    February 3 – Jackson Male Academy, precursor of Union University, opens in Tennessee.
    August 4 – Felipe Enrique Neri, Baron de Bastrop, the Mexican government administrator in charge of Anglo-American immigration into Mexico's state of Coahuila y Tejas, allows Stephen F. Austin to p...
    August 9 – The Arikara War breaks out between the Arikara nation and the United States, the first American military conflict with the Plains Indians.
    August 23 – Hugh Glass is attacked and mauled by a sow grizzly bear and left for dead in the Missouri Territory. He crawls 200 miles before reaching help, events depicted in The Revenant (2015 film).
    January 23 – Dan Rice, clown (died 1900)
    January 28 – Philip Spencer, founder of Chi Psi fraternity and midshipman aboard USS Somers (died 1842)
    February 3 – Spencer Fullerton Baird, zoologist (died 1887)
    February 5 – Rachel Crane Mather, educator (died 1903)
    January 21 – Gideon Olin, politician (born 1743)
    April 18 – George Cabot, merchant, seaman and U.S. Senator from Massachusetts from 1791 to 1796 (born 1752)
    April 23 – John Williams Walker, U.S. Senator from Alabama from 1819 to 1822 (born 1783)
    September 28 – Charlotte Melmoth, tragic actress (born 1749 in Great Britain)
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    February 7 – The Bannatyne Club is inaugurated by Sir Walter Scott and others as a text publication society to print by subscription rare texts on the history, literature and traditions of Scotland.
    October – Thomas De Quincey's classic essay "On the Knocking at the Gate in Macbeth" appears in this month's issue of The London Magazine.
    May 23 – Russian writer Alexander Pushkin begins work on his verse novel Eugene Onegin.
    December – Samuel Taylor Coleridge, suffering from opium addiction, moves to No. 3, The Grove, Highgate, a house owned by Dr James Gillman.

    Fiction

    1. Willibald Alexis – Walladmor 2. James Fenimore Cooper – The Pioneers 3. Claire de Duras – Ourika 4. John Galt 4.1. The Entail, or The Lairds of Grippy 4.2. The Gathering of the West 4.3. Ringan Gilhaize, or The Covenanters 4.4. The Spaewife: a tale of the Scottish chronicles 5. Thomas Gaspey – Monks of Leadenhead 6. Sarah Green – The Nieces 7. Jane Harvey – Mountalyth 8. William Hazlitt – Liber Amoris 9. Victor Hugo – Han d'Islande 10. Grace Kennedy – Father Clement 11. Caroline Lamb – Ada...

    Short stories

    1. Ernst Raupach – "Wake Not the Dead"

    Children and young people

    1. Mrs Markham (Elizabeth Penrose) – A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans to the End of the Reign of George III

    January 1 – Sándor Petőfi, Hungarian poet and revolutionary (died 1849)
    February 28 – Ernest Renan, French philosopher and writer (died 1892)
    March 20 – Ned Buntline (E. Z. C. Judson), American writer and publisher 1886)
    April 6 – Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney, American poet, author, editor, and educator (died 1908)
    February 7 – Ann Radcliffe, English novelist (born 1764)
    February 21 – Charles Wolfe, Irish poet (born 1791)
    April 10 – Karl Leonhard Reinhold, Austrian philosopher (born 1757)
    April 21 – Peter Collett, Danish judge and writer (born 1767)
    Chancellor's Gold Medal – Winthrop Mackworth Praed
  3. Emperador (1822-1823) Agustín de Iturbide, presidente del Consejo de Regencia, fue proclamado Emperador por el Congreso Constituyente, apoyado por el pueblo y el ejército. Tras el descubrimiento de una conspiración, Iturbide disolvió el Congreso, lo que originó tensiones que derivaron en el descontento de la clase política mexicana.

  4. hu.wikipedia.org › wiki › 18231823 – Wikipédia

    1823-ig a mai Pannonhalmát Szentmártonnak, ill. Szent Márton hegyének nevezték, mert a helyi hagyomány szerint Tours-i Szent Márton a közelben lévő Savariában (nem tévesztendő össze a mai Szombathellyel, amely a szent általánosan elfogadott szülővárosa) született. Az év témái 1823 az irodalomban