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  1. 1719 ( MDCCXIX) fue un año común comenzado en domingo según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos [ editar]

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    1719 was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar, the 1719th year of the Common Era and Anno Domini designations, the 719th year of the 2nd millennium, the 19th year of the 18th century, and the 10th and last year of the 1710s decade. As of the start of 1719, the Gregorian calendar was 11 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. Calendar year

    • Antecedentes
    • La Captura Del Castillo de Eilean Donan
    • La Batalla de Glenshiel
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    En muchos sentidos, Gran Bretaña fue la principal beneficiaria del Tratado de Utrecht de 1713 que puso fin a la Guerra de Sucesión española. Aunque Felipe Vse convirtió en rey de un estado español mucho más centralizado y por lo tanto poderoso, su imperio fue dividido; los Países Bajos meridionales y sus posesiones italianas fueron a Austria y Sabo...

    Después de recibir noticias de la presencia española en Stornoway, cinco barcos de la Royal Navyllegaron a la zona a principios de mayo. Dado que esperaban la resistencia de los barcos españoles, eran una fuerza sustancial que incluía las cuatro cañoneras de 50 cañones, HMS Assistance, Worcester, Dartmouth y Enterprise, más un balandro, el Flamboro...

    Artículo principal: Batalla de Glenshiel El comandante del gobierno, el general Joseph Wightman, partió de Inverness el 5 de junio hacia Glenshiel con alrededor de 1.000 hombres y cuatro morteros Coehorn. Llegaron a Loch Cluanie el 9 de junio, a menos de 8 millas (13 km) del campamento jacobita. Tullibardine había preparado una posición fuerte cerc...

    En octubre de 1719, una expedición naval británica bajo Lord Cobham capturó el puerto español de Vigo. Se desembarcaron 6.000 soldados, mantuvieron a Vigo durante diez días, destruyeron grandes cantidades de tiendas y equipos y luego volvieron a embarcarse sin oposición. La ciudad cercana de Santiago de Compostela incluso pagó 40.000 libras a cambi...

    Abraham Alonso; Misión en Escocia(May 2005);
    Dickson, William K; The Jacobite Attempt of 1719(Edinburgh University Press, 1895);
    Mackie, J.D.; A History of Scotland(Penguin, 1982);
    Lenman, Bruce; The Jacobite Risings in Britain, 1689-1746(Methuen Publishing, 1984)
  3. 1719 is a year in the common era . Events [ change | change source] January 23 – The Principality of Liechtenstein is created within the Holy Roman Empire April 25 – Daniel Defoe publishes Robinson Crusoe June 10 – Battle of Glen Shiel Prussia conducts Europe 's first systematic census

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    March 14 – Richard Steele launches The Plebeian, in opposition to government policy on peerages.
    April 23–25 – Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe is published in London (by W. Taylor) as his first work of fiction, written aged about 60. The initial title is The Life and Strange Surprizing Ad...
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    Prose

    1. Anonymous – Zulima 2. Joseph Addison 2.1. Maxims, Observations, and Reflections 2.2. Notes upon the Twelve Books of Paradise Lost 2.3. The Old Whig I 2.4. The Old Whig II 3. John Durant Breval – Ovid in Masquerade ("by Mr. Joseph Gay" – part of Curll's continuing battle with John Gay) 4. Daniel Defoe 4.1. Robinson Crusoe 4.2. The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe 4.3. The King of Pirates 5. Jean-Baptiste Dubos – Réflexions critiques sur la poésie et sur la peinture 6. Charles Gildon –...

    Drama

    1. Anonymous – Heroick Friendship (attributed to Thomas Otway) 2. Anonymous – The Younger Brother 3. Charles Beckingham – Henry IV of France 4. Thomas Betterton – The Bond-Man 5. Colley Cibber – Ximena(published) 6. John Dennis – The Invader of His Country 7. Charles Johnson – The Masquerade 8. Thomas Killigrew – Chit Chat 9. John Leigh – Kensington Gardens 10. Charles Shadwell – Rotherick O'Connor, King of Connaught 11. George Sewell – Sir Walter Raleigh 12. Thomas Southerne – The Spartan Da...

    Poetry

    1. Matthew Prior – Poems on Several Occasions 2. Allan Ramsay – Content 3. See also 1719 in poetry

    January 17 – Johann Elias Schlegel, German critic and dramatic poet (died 1749)
    March 29 – John Hawkins, English writer and biographer (died 1789)
    May 30 – Roger Newdigate, English politician, founder of the Newdigate Prize for poetry (died 1806)
    July 4 – Michel-Jean Sedaine, French dramatist (died 1797)
    January 18 – Samuel Garth, English poet and physician (born 1661)
    April 15 – Françoise d'Aubigné, Marquise de Maintenon, consort and belle of the French court (born 1635)
    June 17 – Joseph Addison, English journalist and satirist (born 1672)
    July 17 – Elinor James, English pamphleteer (born 1644)
  4. The 1719 Establishment was a set of mandatory requirements governing the construction of all Royal Navy warships capable of carrying more than 20 naval long guns. It was designed to bring economies of scale through uniform vessel design, and ensure a degree of certainty about vessel capability once at sea, and was applied to all vessels from the first-rate to the fifth-rate. Once in effect, it superseded the 1706 Establishment, which had specified major dimensions for ships of the ...

  5. Events [ edit] February – George Frideric Handel leaves his employment at Cannons (the seat of the Duke of Chandos) to become musical director of the Royal Academy of Music (1719). Giovanni Bononcini is brought to London to compose for the Academy.