Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

  1. Cerca de 3.050.000 resultados de búsqueda
  1. Categoría principal: Nacidos en 1786. 3 de marzo: Marie Bigot, profesora de piano y compositora francesa (f. 1820) 4 de marzo: Agustina de Aragón, heroína de la guerra de independencia española (f. 1857) 10 de marzo: Juan Illingworth Hunt, Almirante Inglés, héroe de la independencia americana.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › 17861786 - Wikipedia

    1786. Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1786. August 8: Mont Blanc climbed for the first time. 1786 ( MDCCLXXXVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Thursday of the Julian calendar, the 1786th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 786th year of the 2nd ...

    • Events
    • Publications
    • Classical Music
    • Opera
    • Methods and Theory Writings
    • Births
    • Deaths
    January 21 – Luigi Boccherini becomes an official composer to Prince Frederick William of Prussia.
    February 7 – Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor, presents a festival at Schönbrunn Palace, at which new compositions by both Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Salieriare performed.
    April 28 – Leopold Mozart writes to his daughter, Maria Anna Mozart, predicting failure for his son's latest opera, The Marriage of Figaro. In fact its premiere on May 1 under the composer's baton...
    October 18 – Leopold Mozart is given a blood test on the same day that his daughter-in-law Constanze Mozartgives birth to her third child, Johann Thomas Leopold; the baby dies a month later, Leopol...
    January 3 – Johann Christian Friedrich Schneider, composer
    June 21 – Charles Edward Horn, singer and composer (died 1849)
    September 11 – Friedrich Kuhlau, composer (died 1832)
    September 27 – José Mariano Elízaga, composer (died 1842)
    January 4 – Moses Mendelssohn, philosopher and grandfather of composers Felix Mendelssohn and Fanny Mendelssohn(born 1729)
    January 14 – Michael Arne, composer (born c.1740)
    February 16 – Johann Georg Schürer, composer (born 1720)
    March 7 – Frantisek Benda, composer (born 1709)
    • Events
    • Births
    • Deaths
    • See Also

    January–March

    1. January 3 – The Treaty of Hopewell is signed between the United States of America and the ChoctawNation. 2. January 10 – The Treaty of Hopewell is signed between the United States of America and the Chickasaw Nation. 3. January 31 – The Treaty of Fort Finney, is signed on January 31, 1786, between the United States and certain leaders of the Shawnee. 4. March 26 – Columbia, South Carolinais chartered as the first planned city in the United States.

    April–June

    1. June 25 – Gavriil Pribylov discovers St. George Island of the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea.

    July–September

    1. August – James Rumsey tests his first steam boat in the Potomac river at Shepherdstown Virginia (now West Virginia). 2. August 29 – Shays' Rebellion begins in Massachusetts.

    January 7 – John Catron, lawyer and jurist (died 1865)
    January 8 – Nicholas Biddle, President of the Second Bank of the United States (died 1844)
    January 24 – Walter Forward, lawyer and politician, 15th U.S. Secretary of the Treasury from 1841 to 1843 (died 1852)
    February 24 – Martin W. Bates, U.S. Senator from Delaware from 1857 to 1859 (died 1869)
    January 14 – Meshech Weare, Governor of New Hampshire (born 1713)
    March 11 – Charles Humphreys, delegate to the Continental Congress (born 1714)
    June 19 – Nathanael Greene, major general of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War (born 1742)
    October 25 – Charles Mason, surveyor (born 1728 in Great Britain)
    • Events
    • New Books
    • Births
    • Deaths
    January 19 – Franziska Stading plays the female lead in Gustav Vasa (with libretto personally overseen by King Gustav III of Sweden) at the Royal Swedish Opera.
    July 31 – Scottish poet Robert Burns' Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect is published by John Wilson in Kilmarnock in 612 copies (the text having been submitted to him on July 13). The volume p...
    October 5 – Death of French official Jean-Baptiste Marie de Piquet, Marquess of Méjanes; his book collection is bequeathed to form the basis of the Bibliothèque Méjanes at Aix-en-Provence.
    September 3–December – Goethe undertakes his Italian Journey (published 1817).

    Fiction

    1. William Thomas Beckford – Vathek 2. James Boswell – Dorado, a Spanish Tale(published anonymously) 3. Harriet Lee – The Errors of Innocence 4. Isabelle de Montolieu (as "le traducteur de Werther") – Caroline de Lichtfield, ou Mémoires extraits des papiers d'une famille prussienne 5. André-Robert Andréa de Nerciat – Le Diable au Corps 6. Friedrich Schiller – The Ghost-Seer (Der Geisterseher, publication commences)

    Children

    1. Mrs. Trimmer 1.1. Fabulous Histories 1.2. A Description of a Set of Prints of Scripture History 2. Rudolf Erich Raspe (published anonymously) 2.1. Singular Travels, Campaigns, Voyages, and Sporting Adventures of Baron Munnikhouson, commonly pronounced Munchausen(2nd ed.) 2.2. Translated into German from English by Gottfried August Bürger – The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchhausen

    Drama

    1. Tituš Brezovački – Sveti Aleksij 2. John Burgoyne – The Heiress and Richard Coeur de Lion 3. Hannah Cowley – A School for Greybeards 4. John Delap – The Captives 5. Germaine de Staël – Sophie 6. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – Iphigenia in Tauris(verse version) 7. Elizabeth Inchbald – The Widow’s Vow 8. James Johnstone – The Disbanded Officer 9. John O'Keeffe 9.1. Love in a Camp 9.2. The Siege of Curzola

    February 3 – Wilhelm Gesenius, German philologist and theologian (died 1842)
    February 11 – James Cowles Prichard, English ethnologist and psychiatrist
    February 24 – Wilhelm Grimm, German philologist and folklorist (died 1859)
    May 10 – Esther Copley, English children's writer and tractarian (died 1851)
    January 4 – Moses Mendelssohn, German philosopher of the Haskalah or Jewish enlightenment (born 1729).
    January 19 – John Duncombe, English writer and cleric (born 1729)
    March 11 – Jacobus Bellamy, Dutch poet (born 1757)
    April 13 – Jan Tomáš Kuzník, Czech musician and poet (born 1716)
    • Incumbents
    • Events
    • Publications
    • Births
    • Deaths
    Monarch – George III
    Prime Minister – William Pitt the Younger (Tory)
    Parliament – 16th
    6 January – the outward bound East Indiaman Halsewell is wrecked on the Isle of Purbeckin a storm with only 74 of more than 240 on board surviving.
    14 July – Convention of London between the Kingdom of Great Britain and the Kingdom of Spain: British settlements on the Mosquito Coast of Central America are to be evacuated; Spain expands the ter...
    August – British Cabinet approves the establishment of a penal colony at Botany Bay to serve as "a remedy for the evils likely to result from the late alarming and numerous increase of felons in th...
    11 August – Captain Francis Light acquires the island of Penang from the Sultan of Kedah on behalf of the British East India Company, renaming it Prince of Wales Island in honour of the heir to the...
    William Beckford's gothic novel Vathek.
    Robert Burns' Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialectand "Address to a Haggis".
    1 January – Dixon Denham, explorer (died 1828)
    26 January – Benjamin Haydon, painter and writer (suicide 1846)
    1 April – Fowell Buxton, brewer, politician, abolitionist and social reformer (died 1845)
    17 April – William King, physician and philanthropist (died 1865)
    19 January – John Duncombe, writer (born 1729)
    25 February – Thomas Wright, astronomer, mathematician, instrument maker, architect, garden designer, antiquary and genealogist (born 1711)
    10 April – John Byron, Vice Admiral (born 1723)
    21 June – George Hepplewhite, furniture maker (born 1727)
  3. Mejicano (1786) Plano para un navío de 112 cañones serie Santa Ana. El Mejicano fue un navío de línea español de 112 cañones que prestó servicio en la Armada Española desde su fecha de botadura de 1786 hasta que fue vendido en Ferrol en 1815. Su nombre de advocación era San Hipólito.