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  1. 1761 ( MDCCLXI) fue un año común comenzado en jueves según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Referencias 5 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos 31 de marzo: En Lisboa ( Portugal ), se registra un terremoto de magnitud 8.5, que se siente en varias partes de Europa y provoca un tsunami.

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    1761 ( MDCCLXI) was a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1761st year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 761st year of the 2nd millennium, the 61st year of the 18th century, and the 2nd year of the 1760s decade.

  3. 1761 Índice 1 Acontecementos 2 Nacementos 3 Mortes 4 Notas 5 Outros Acontecementos [ editar | editar a fonte] 16 de xaneiro - Os ingleses capturan Pondicherry, na India, dos franceses. O francés Claude Bourgelat (1712-1779) funda en Lión a primeira escola veterinaria do mundo. En 1765 funda a de Alfort, cerca de París [ 1].

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    June 6 – The first transit of Venus since Edmond Halley suggested that its observation could determine the distance from the Earth to the Sun. Joseph-Nicolas Delisle set up a 62-station network for...

    Louis Gérard publishes Flora Gallo-Provincialis, the first floraarranged according to natural classification.

    Johan Gottschalk Wallerius publishes his pioneering work in agricultural chemistry, Agriculturae fundamenta chemica (Åkerbrukets chemiska grunder).

    Leopold Auenbrugger publishes Novum ex Percussione Thoracis Humani Interni Pectoris Morbos Detegendi in Vienna, for the first time advocating percussionof the chest as a diagnostic measure.
    Giovanni Battista Morgagni publishes De Sedibus et causis morborum per anatomem indagatis ("Of the seats and causes of diseases investigated through anatomy", published in Venice), a pioneering wor...
    January 17 – James Hall (died 1832), Scottish geologist and physicist.
    January 19 – Pierre Marie Auguste Broussonet (died 1807), French naturalist and physician.
    February 1 – Christiaan Hendrik Persoon (died 1836), South African-born Pomeranian/Dutch mycologist.
    February 4 – Blasius Merrem (died 1824), German zoologist.
    January 4 – Stephen Hales (born 1677), English physiologistand clergyman.
    March 21 – Pierre Fauchard (born 1679), French physicianand "father of modern dentistry".
    April 7 – Thomas Bayes (born c. 1702), English mathematician.
    May 14 – Thomas Simpson (born 1710), British mathematician.
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    Francesco Geminiani visits Dublin, where he is robbed of a valuable manuscript.
    Joseph Haydn enters the service of the Esterházyfamily
    Thomas Arne – Judith (oratorio) (first published; first performed 1744)
    Christoph Willibald Gluck – Don Juan (ballet)
    January 20 – Giovanni Domenico Perotti, composer (died 1825)
    January 22 – Georg Nikolaus von Nissen, biographer of Mozart (died 1826)
    January 26 – Jens Zetlitz, songwriter (died 1821)
    February 15 – Jacob Kimball, Jr., composer (died 1826)
    January 3 – Willem de Fesch, violinist and composer (born 1687)
    January 18 – Francesco Feo, opera composer (born 1691)
    February 15 – Carlo Cecere, composer (born 1706)
    March 7 – Antonio Palella, composer
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