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The establishment of Moscow University takes place. Read More
The sultanate of Yogyakarta and the sunanate of Surakarta are created upon the division of the kingdom of Mataram on Java.
Command of the British forces fighting against the French in North America is taken over by General Braddock upon his arrival to Virginia.
Suvarnadurg, a fortress of Tulaji Angre, is captured by an East India Company naval fleet from the Marathas.
Samuel Johnson publishes A Dictionary of the English Language. Read More
French and Indian forces ambush and defeat British troops and colonial militiamen in the Braddock Expedition during the French and Indian War.
The Dodington ship wrecks at Port Elizabeth on it's return trip to India and loses a chest of gold coins from Robert Clive.
The Nova Scotia Council meets in Halifax to decide on the deportation of the Acadians. Read More
The Bay of Fundy Campaign marks the beginning of the Expulsion of the Acadians. Read More
A massive earthquake and tsunami destroys Lisbon, Portugal killing 60,000–90,000 people.
Cape Ann, Massachusetts experiences an earthquake that causes extensive damage. Read More
The Religious of the Virgin Mary in the Philippines is granted royal protection by the Spanish King Ferdinand IV.
A fire destroys the second Eddystone Lighthouse off the coast of England. Read More
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