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After Father Giuseppe Lamberti is killed, the Dagohoy Rebellion begins in the Philippines.
A French Invasion of Britain is interrupted by violent storms. Read More
A Franco-Spanish fleet defeat the British fleet in the Battle of Toulon. Read More
Perihelion is reached by the one of the brightest comets seen, the Great Comet of 1744. Read More
War is declared on Great Britain by France. Read More
Eliza Haywood founds the first periodical written by a woman and for women as The Female Spectator.
Britain and Sardinia are defeated by a joint French and Spanish force in the Battle of Villafranca.
The Russian Orthodox Church receives Catherine the Great. Read More
The Ottoman citadel of Kars is sieged by Nader Shah. Read More
The forces of the Archduchy of Austria are defeated by Spanish-Neapolitan forces in the Battle of Velletri in the Kingdom of Naples.
The Kingdom of Sardinia is defeated by France and Spain in the Battle of Madonna dell'Olmo.
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