Giovanni Battista Mancini
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Oct 19, 2010 ... The epic story about the Russian Marshal Alexander Suvorov who lived during the 18th Century! He conquered amazing lands for his ...
Iosipos Moisiodax
Iosipos (Josephus) Moisiodax or Moesiodax (Greek: Ιώσηπος Μοισιόδαξ, 1725–1800) was an 18th-century philosopher and professor and one of the greatest exponents of the modern Greek Enlightenment. H...
Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney
Thomas Townshend, 1st Viscount Sydney PC (24 February 1733 – 30 June 1800), was a British politician who held several important Cabinet posts in the second half of the 18th century. His most e...
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Joachim von Blumenthal
Joachim Christian, Count von Blumenthal (6 December 1720 – 17 March 1800) succeeded his uncle Ludwig von Blumenthal as President of the Prussian General War and Finance Directory (effectively Minister...
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Henry Bridgeman, 1st Baron Bradford
Henry Bridgeman, 1st Baron Bradford (7 September 1725 – 5 June 1800), known as Sir Henry Bridgeman, 5th Baronet between 1764 and 1794, was a British peer and politician.
Bridgeman was the se...
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Laurens Pieter van de Spiegel
Laurens Pieter van de Spiegel (January 19, 1736 in Middelburg – May 7, 1800 in Lingen) was Grand Pensionary of Zeeland and, from November 9, 1787 to February 4, 1795, of Holland. He was an Orang...
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Giovanni Battista Bussi de Pretis
Giovanni Battista Bussi de Pretis (Urbino, 11 September 1721 – Jesi, 27 June 1800) was an Italian cleric promoted by Pope Pius VI to the rank of cardinal in the consistory of 21 February 1794.
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Yoshio Kōsaku
Yoshio Kōsaku (吉雄 幸作) (1724 – October 4, 1800), also known as Yoshio Kōgyū (吉雄 耕牛) was a Japanese physician and scholar of "Dutch studies" (Rangaku), and the chief Dutch translator in Na...
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George XII of Georgia
George XII (Georgian: გიორგი XII, Giorgi XII), sometimes known as George XIII (November 10, 1746 – December 28, 1800), of the House of Bagrationi, was the last king of Georgia (Kingdom of Kartli a...
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Johann Hermann
Johann, or Jean, Hermann, or Herrmann, (December 31, 1738 in Barr, Alsace – October 4, 1800 in Strasbourg) was a French physician and naturalist. In 1769 he was appointed professor of medicine at the...
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Samuel Werenfels (architect)
Samuel Werenfels (August 4, 1720 – September 11, 1800) was a famous Swiss Baroque architect.
Samuel Werenfels, son of Peter Werenfels (businessman and leather glove manufacturer) and Cathari...
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Anne Joseph Hippolyte de Maurès, Comte de Malartic
Anne Joseph Hippolyte de Maurès, Comte de Malartic (3 July 1730, Montauban - 28 July 1800, Port-Louis, Mauritius) was a French colonial governor and general, notable for his service in Canada and Maur...
Tomás Xavier de Lima Teles da Silva, 1st Marquis of Ponte de Lima
Tomás Xavier de Lima Teles da Silva, 1st Marquis of Ponte de Lima, 13th Count of Vila Nova de Cerveira (12 October 1727 — 23 December 1800), was a Portuguese nobleman, statesman, and historian.
To...
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William Forsyth (merchant)
William Forsyth (1722–1800), was a Scottish merchant.Forsyth was born in 1722 at Cromarty, where his father, a native of Morayshire, had settled as a shopkeeper. He made good progress at the town scho...
John Patten (representative)
Major John Patten (April 26, 1746 – December 26, 1800) was a United States farmer and politician from Dover, in Kent County, Delaware. He was an officer of the Continental Army in the American Revolut...
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Manuel Acevedo
Manuel Acevedo (or Acebedo), who was born at Madrid in 1744, was a disciple of Jose Lopez, but by diligently copying the works of the best painters lie soon surpassed his master. He painted historical...
Robert Glynn
Robert Glynn, afterwards Clobery (5 August 1719 – 6 February 1800) was an English physician, known as a generous eccentric.
Glynn was the eldest and only surviving son of Robert Glynn of Brodes in...
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Joey Ring
John "Little Joey" Ring (1758 at Darenth, Kent – 25 October 1800 at Bridge, Kent) was an English cricketer who played for Kent.Joey Ring was one of Kent’s best batsmen in the late 18th century and was...
Susannah Gunning
Susannah Gunning, née Minifie (c. 1740 – 28 August 1800 London) was a British novelist.She was daughter of Reverend Dr. James Minifie. Her sister was Margaret Minifie.On 8 August 1768, she married Cap...
Chief Blackbird
Chief Blackbird (Wash-ing-guhsah-ba) (ca. 1750 – 1800) was the leader of the Omaha Native American Indian tribe who commanded the trade routes used by Spanish, French, British and later American...
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Heinrich XI, Prince Reuss of Greiz
Heinrich XI, Prince Reuss of Greiz (German: Heinrich XI Fürst Reuß zu Greiz; 18 March 1722 – 28 June 1800) was the first Prince Reuss of Greiz from 1778 to 1800.
Heinrich XI was...
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Giovanni Alessandro Brambilla
Giovanni Alessandro Brambilla (1728 in Pavia – 1800 in Padua) was a personal physician of Holy Roman Emperor Joseph II and the first director of the Vienna hospital and school Josefinum.
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Ned Young
Edward "Ned" Young (c. 1762 – 25 December 1800), was a British sailor, mutineer from the famous HMS Bounty incident, and co-founder of the mutineers' Pitcairn Island settlement.
Young was bo...
Israel Acrelius
Israel Acrelius (December 4, 1714 – April 25, 1800) was a noted Swedish Lutheran missionary and priest.
He was born in Österåker, Stockholm County, Sweden, in 1714 to Johan and Sara Acrelius. His...
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Francisco Dagohoy
Francisco Dagohoy, (born Francisco Sendrijas) was a Boholano who holds the distinction of having initiated the longest revolt in Philippine history, the Dagohoy Rebellion. This rebellion against the S...
Sir John Boyd, 1st Baronet
Sir John Boyd, 1st Baronet Boyd (29 December 1718, St Kitts, Leeward Islands - 24 January 1800, Danson Hill) was a sugar merchant and vice-chairman of the British East India Company. He built Danson ...
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Jean-Baptiste Vallin de la Mothe
Jean-Baptiste Michel Vallin de la Mothe (1729 – May 7, 1800) was a French architect whose major career was spent in St. Petersburg, where he became court architect to Catherine II.He was born in...
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Thomas Macklin
Thomas Macklin (1752/3 – 1800) was a British 18th-century printseller and picture dealer.
Macklin married Hannah Kenting in 1777 and started a printselling business in London in 1779. His fi...