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  1. 1768 ( MDCCLXVIII) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en viernes según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Arte y literatura 3 Nacimientos 4 Fallecimientos 5 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos [ editar] 24 de febrero: Polonia-Lituania se convierte en protectorado del Imperio Ruso.

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    1768 was a leap year starting on Friday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar, the 1768th year of the Common Era and Anno Domini designations, the 768th year of the 2nd millennium, the 68th year of the 18th century, and the 9th year of the 1760s decade. As of the start of 1768, the Gregorian calendar was 11 days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923. Calendar year

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    Josephus Nicolaus Laurenti becomes auctor of the class of reptiles through his Specimen Medicum, Exhibens Synopsin Reptilium Emendatam cum Experimentis circa Venena on the poisonous function of rep...
    Caspar Friedrich Wolff begins publication of "De Formatione Intestinarum" in the Mémoires of The Imperial Academy of Arts and Sciences (Saint Petersburg), a significant work in the science of embry...
    Lazzaro Spallanzani challenges the spontaneous generation of cellular life.
    Bougainvillea is first classified in Brazil by Philibert Commerçon, the botanist accompanying Louis Antoine de Bougainville's French Navy voyage of circumnavigation.
    Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau's Traité des arbres fruitiers is published in Paris.

    March 17 – William Cookworthy is granted a patent for the manufacture of porcelain from kaolinite in England.

    Leonhard Euler uses closed curves (which become known as Euler diagrams) to illustrate syllogisticreasoning.

    Leonhard Euler's Letters to a German Princess (Lettres à une princesse d'Allemagne sur divers sujets de physique et de philosophie) are first published, in Saint Petersburg.

    February 15 – Anthony Carlisle, English surgeon (died 1840)
    March 21 – Joseph Fourier, French mathematician (died 1830)
    March 22 – Bryan Donkin, English engineer and inventor (died 1855)
    July 18
    January 29 – John Martyn, English botanist (born 1699)
    February 2 – Robert Smith, English mathematician (born 1689)
    April 29 – Georg Brandt, Swedish chemist (born 1694)
    June 15 – James Short, Scottish mathematician and optician (born 1710)
  3. May 10 – John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for the North Briton severely criticizing King George III. This action provokes rioting in London. Secretary of State for colonies appointed in Britain. Massachusetts Assembly dissolved for refusing to assist collection of taxes.

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    March – John Wilkes, returning from exile in France, is elected to the Parliament of Great Britain.
    May 10 – John Wilkes is imprisoned for attacking King George III of Great Britainin print.
    July 28 – Thomas Gray succeeds Lawrence Brockett as Regis Professor of History at the University of Cambridge.
    December 12 – Walter Butler, 16th Earl of Ormonde, father of Lady Eleanor Butler, inherits Kilkenny Castle in Ireland. This brings about the first meeting of the Ladies of Llangollen.

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    1. John Cleland – The Woman of Honour(attributed) 2. Alexander Dow (translated) – Tales Translated from the Persian of Inatulla of Delhi 3. Voltaire – La Princesse de Babylone 4. José Francisco de Isla – Historia del famoso predicador fray Gerundio de Campazas, alias Zotes(second part) 5. Anonymous – Fumoto no iro (Japanese: 麓の色, romanized: Sex in the Foothills)

    Children

    1. Christopher Smart – Parables of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ(verse)

    Drama

    1. Isaac Bickerstaffe 1.1. Lionel and Clarissa 1.2. The Hypocrite 1.3. The Padlock 2. Alexander Dow – Zingis 3. Samuel Foote – The Devil on Two Sticks 4. Oliver Goldsmith – The Good-Natur'd Man 5. John Hoole – Cyrus 6. Hugh Kelly – False Delicacy 7. Arthur Murphy – Zenobia 8. Michel-Jean Sedaine – La gageure imprévue 9. Heinrich Wilhelm von Gerstenberg – Ugolino 10. Horace Walpole – The Mysterious Mother(published) 11. William Shakespeare, ed. Edward Capell – Mr. William Shakespeare His Comed...

    March 22 – Melesina Trench, Irish-born writer and socialite (died 1827)
    September 4 – François-René de Chateaubriand, French writer and diplomat (died 1848
    November 18 – Zacharias Werner, German religious poet (died 1823)
    November 21 – Friedrich Schleiermacher, German theologian (died 1834)
    March 1 – Hermann Samuel Reimarus, German philosopher (born 1694)
    March 18 – Laurence Sterne, Irish-born novelist and cleric (born 1713)
    April 9 – Sarah Fielding, English novelist and children's author (born 1710)
    May 30 – Eggert Ólafsson, Icelandic writer and linguist (drowned, born 1726)
  4. 1768 in Great Britain Events from the year 1768 in Great Britain . Contents 1 Incumbents 2 Events 2.1 Undated 3 Publications 4 Births 5 Deaths 6 References Incumbents [ edit] Monarch – George III Prime Minister – William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham ( Whig) (until 14 October); Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton ( Whig) (starting 14 October)

  5. Johann Christian Bach gives the first ever solo piano performance, in London on an instrument by Johannes Zumpe. [1] Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his family are resident in Vienna until December. Antonio Sacchini returns to Venice to become director of the Conservatorio dell'Ospadeletto. Giuseppe Tartini suffers a stroke.