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  1. 1. Publicación del Discurso del método de René Descartes. Publicación de El Héroe, de Baltasar Gracián. Federico Enrique de Orange-Nassau pone asedio a Breda y la conquista a los españoles. Ataque de los Andakaes al asentamiento invasor español de Francisco Díaz próximo a Timaná. Abre el Teatro San Cassiano, primer opera pública. Nacimientos.

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    May 26: The Mystic massacre, of at least 400 members of the Pequot Indian tribe are killed by English settlers and their Narragansett and Mohican allies in what is now the U.S. state of Connecticut.

  3. En 1637, durante el transcurso de la guerra de Flandes que las Provincias Unidas de los Países Bajos mantenían contra España a fin de conseguir su independencia, la ciudad de Breda, bajo dominio español, fue sitiada por las tropas neerlandesas bajo el mando de Federico Enrique de Orange-Nassau .

    • Toma de la ciudad por los neerlandeses.
  4. Events. 18 February – Eighty Years' War: Battle off Lizard Point: off the coast of Cornwall, a Spanish fleet intercepts an Anglo-Dutch merchant convoy of 44 vessels escorted by 6 warships, destroying or capturing 20 of them. 30 April – King Charles issues a proclamation attempting to stem emigration to the North American colonies.

  5. Thomas Morton (c. 1579–1647) was an early colonist in North America from Devon, England. He was a lawyer, writer, and social reformer known for studying American Indian culture, and he founded the colony of Merrymount, located in Quincy, Massachusetts .

  6. Ferdinand II (9 July 1578 – 15 February 1637) was Holy Roman Emperor, King of Bohemia, Hungary, and Croatia from 1619 until his death in 1637. He was the son of Archduke Charles II of Inner Austria and Maria of Bavaria, who were devout Catholics.