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  1. 1764 ( MDCCLXIV) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en domingo según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 2 Nacimientos 3 Fallecimientos 4 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos [ editar] 15 de febrero: en el actual estado de Misuri (Estados Unidos), Pierre Laclède y Auguste Chouteauen fundan la aldea de San Luis.

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    1764 - Wikipedia 1764 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 1764 ( MDCCLXIV) was a leap year starting on Sunday and is the fifth year of the 1760s decade, the 64th year of the 18th century, and the 764th year of the 2nd millennium. Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1764. October 22: Battle of Buxar Contents 1 Events 1.1 January–June

  3. Births. March 13 – Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (d. 1845); September 25 – Fletcher Christian, leader of the Mutiny on the Bounty (d.

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    January 19 – John Wilkes is expelled from the British House of Commons for seditious libel in an article criticizing King George III in The North Briton.
    February – Samuel Johnson co-founds The Club, a literary dining club in London.
    June 21 – The Quebec Gazettenewspaper begins publication; its successor survives.
    October 15 – While visiting Rome, Edward Gibbon conceives the idea for The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire "as I sat musing amidst the ruins of the Capitol, while the barefooted...

    Fiction

    1. John Cleland – The Surprises of Love 2. Phebe Gibbes 2.1. The History of Lady Louisa Stroud and the Honorable Miss Caroline Stretton 2.2. The Life and Adventures of Mr. Francis Clive 3. Susannah Minifie – Family Pictures 4. George Psalmanazar (pseudonym) – Memoirs of ***, Commonly Known by the Name of George Psalamanazar 5. James Ridley (as Sir Charles Morell) – The Tales of the Genii 6. Horace Walpole – The Castle of Otranto

    Drama

    1. Samuel Foote – The Patron 2. Antoine-Marin Lemierre – Idomne 3. Arthur Murphy 3.1. No One's Enemy But His Own 3.2. What We Must All Come To 4. Kane O'Hara – Midas 5. Frances Sheridan – The Dupe 6. Christopher Smart – Hannah 7. Ramón de la Cruz – El petimetre

    Poetry

    1. Charles Churchill 1.1. The Candidate 1.2. The Duellist 1.3. The Farewell 1.4. Gotham(book i) 1.5. Independence 1.6. The Times 2. John Gilbert Cooper – Poems 3. Oliver Goldsmith – The Traveller 4. James Grainger – The Sugar-Cane 5. Johann Georg Jacobi – Foeiische Versuche 6. Edward Jerningham – The Nun 7. George Keate – The Ruins of Netley Abbey 8. Mary Latter – Liberty and Interest: a Burlesque Poem on the Present Times 9. William Mason – Poems 10. William Williams Pantycelyn – Bywyd a Mar...

    January 23 – Morris Birkbeck, American writer and social reformer (died 1825)
    February 11 – Joseph Chénier, French poet (died 1811)
    March 6 – Catharina Heybeek, Dutch journalist, feminist and editor (died 1810)
    April 29 – Ann Hatton (Ann of Swansea), English novelist (died 1838)
    April 17 – Johann Mattheson, German writer, lexicographer and musician (born 1681)
    June 18 – Christmas Samuel, Welsh-language writer and Independent minister (born 1674)
    July 30 – Philipp Hafner, Austrian writer of farce (born 1735)
    September 11 – Countess Dash, French writer (born 1704)
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    Monarch – George III
    Prime Minister – George Grenville (Whig)
    Parliament – 12th
    19 January – John Wilkes is expelled from the House of Commons for seditious libel for his article criticising King George III in The North Briton.
    5 April – Parliament passes the Sugar Act.
    19 April – the Currency Act passed which prohibits the American colonies from issuing paper currencyof any form.
    23 April – Mozart family grand tour: 8-year-old W. A. Mozart settles in London for a year where he composes his Symphony No. 1.
    James Ridley's pastiche Oriental stories The Tales of the Genii(supposedly translated by Sir Charles Morell from Persian).
    Horace Walpole's The Castle of Otranto, the first Gothic novel(supposedly translated by William Marshal from Italian).
    Early – James Smithson, mineralogist, chemist and benefactor (died 1829)
    February – George Duff, Scottish naval officer (died 1805)
    13 March – Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (died 1845)
    1 April – Eclipse, racehorse (died 1789)
    6 March – Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, Lord Chancellor (born 1690)
    17 March
    15 April – John Immyns, attorney and lutenist (born c. 1700)
    29 June – Ralph Allen, businessman and politician (born 1693)
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    12 de setiembre - Jean-Philippe Rameau, compositor francés (° 1683) 26 de setiembre - Uviéu: Fray Benito Jerónimo Feijoo y Montenegro, monxu benedictín ya intelectual español más importante de la primer metá del sieglu XVIII (º 8 d'ochobre de 1676) 2 d'ochobre - William Cavendish, primer ministru del Reinu Xuníu (º 1720)

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    1764 byl rok, který dle gregoriánského kalendáře započal nedělí. Události [ editovat | editovat zdroj ] 27. března – Josef II. byl zvolen římsko-německým králem, korunován byl 3. dubna ve Frankfurtu nad Mohanem .