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  1. 1788 ( MDCCLXXXVIII) fue un año bisiesto comenzado en martes según el calendario gregoriano . Índice 1 Acontecimientos 1.1 Asia 1.2 Europa 1.3 Estados Unidos de América 1.4 Sin exactitud de fecha 2 Arte y literatura 3 Música 4 Ciencia y tecnología 5 Nacimientos 6 Fallecimientos 7 Referencias 8 Enlaces externos Acontecimientos [ editar]

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    1788 ( MDCCLXXXVIII) was a leap year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1788th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 788th year of the 2nd millennium, the 88th year of the 18th century, and the 9th year of the 1780s decade.

  3. January 26 – The First Fleet arrives at Sydney Cove, bringing the first European settlers to Australia. This is now celebrated as Australia's national day. October 25 – The HMVA Bounty reaches Tahiti. December 14 – Accession of Charles IV, King of Spain. Georgia becomes a state.

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    Federal Government

    1. President: Cyrus Griffin(starting January 29) 2. Congress of the Confederation

    January 2 – Georgia ratifies the United States Constitution and becomes the 4th U.S. state under the new government (see History of Georgia).
    January 9 – Connecticut ratifies the United States Constitution and becomes the 5th U.S. state (see History of Connecticut).
    January 22 – the Continental Congress, effectively a caretaker government, elects Cyrus Griffin as its last president.
    February 1 – Isaac Briggs and William Longstreet patent the steamboat in Georgia.
    April 14 – David Gouverneur Burnet, politician (died 1870)
    September 15 – Gerard Brandon, 4th and 6th Governor of Mississippi from 1825 till 1826 and from 1826 till 1832. (died 1850)
    September 21 – Margaret Taylor, First Lady of the United States (died 1852)
    November 8 – Jabez W. Huntington, United States Senator from Connecticut from 1840 till 1847. (died 1847)
    January 9 – Benedict Swingate Calvert, judge (born c. 09708970-1732)
    February 28 – Thomas Cushing, 1st Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts (born 171223525)
    March 29 – Charles Wesley (born 1707)
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    Monarch – George III
    Prime Minister – William Pitt the Younger (Tory)
    Parliament – 16th
    1 January – first edition of The Times published under this title (previously The Daily Universal Register).
    9 January – Association for Promoting the Discovery of the Interior Parts of Africafounded.
    18 January – Captain Arthur Phillip's ship arrives at Botany Bay.
    26 January – eleven ships of First Fleet from Botany Bay led by Arthur Phillip land in what would become Sydney, Australia. Britain establishes the prison colony of New South Wales, the first perma...
    21 January – William Henry Smyth, astronomer and admiral (died 1865)
    22 January – Lord Byron, poet (died 1824)
    5 February – Robert Peel, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (died 1850)
    10 March – Edward Hodges Baily, sculptor (died 1867)
    31 January – Charles Edward Stuart, claimant to the British throne (born 1720)
    2 February – James Stuart, archaeologist, architect and artist (born 1713)
    18 February – John Whitehurst, clockmaker and scientist (born 1713)
    29 March – Charles Wesley, co-founder (with brother, John Wesley) of the religious movement which becomes known as Methodism (born 1707)

    aThree non-overlapping twelve-month periods have been drier over England and Wales than calendar year 1788 – August 1784 to July 1785, September 1975 to August 1976 and February 1854 to January 1855.

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    1 jannewarie - The Times, veurhaer The Daily Universal Register genaamp, wirt veur 't eësj oetgegaeve.; 2 jannewarie - Georgia óngerteikent es veerde sjtaat de gróndjwèt van de Verenigde Sjtate van Amerika.