|Queen George Ludwig became King George I of England.
|Civil in Great Britain introduced during the time of civic disturbances, the riot act came into force, authorized to declare the authorities to declare any group of twelve or more people illegally.
|The comet of 1729, possibly the largest comet, with the most pronounced magnitude on record, was discovered by Nicholas Sarbut. Joe was a professor of mathematics in Marseille.
|The Bank of England was inaugurated.
|The Battle of Kagal: 150,000 Turks were eliminated by Russian commander Puert Romintsov.
|British scientist Joseph Priestley freed the oxygen gas by confirming the discovery of this element by German-Swedish chemist Carl Wilhelm Shehle.
|Caroline Herschel became Comet's first female finder.
|Caroline Herschel discovered a comet, the first discovery by a woman.
|The Battle of the French Revolutionary War-Nil launched a British fleet operated by rear-admiral horeshio Nelson and launched a fleet fleet under the Galliers, a sub-Admiral François-Paul Bruis de '.
|The first Barbari War-The American scholar USS Enterprise captured the Tripolian Polakka Tripoli in a single-leebia action.
|A separate topographical bureau of the United States Department was established.
|Slavery Eradication Act 1833 came into force, officially slavery in the most British Empire.
|Former slaves were freed from their partners in Jamaica.
|A parade at Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, USA, was attacked by a mob celebrating endoff slavery in the West Indies, increasing the possibility of riots.
|The first ascent on Monte Rosa, the second highest summit in the Alps was held.
|In order to give importance to the postal service, Great Britain introduced the inland postal service.
|Inland postal services were started in Great Britain.
|A pit explosion in Wollongong, Australia, killed 100 people.
|Robert Baden-Powell took the first scout camp on Brownsea Island, England.
|Robert Baden-Pavel launched the scouting camp in Dorset, England, starting the scouting movement.
|The First World War in history was initiated by Germany and Russia.
|The New York Stock Exchange was closed due to war in Europe.
|National Father Mahatma Gandhi non-violently launched the Non-Cooperation Movement.
|King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was born.
|The Second World War-Polar Home Army launched Warsaw Rebellion Invars against the Nazi occupation of Poland, a rebellion that lasted for 63 days until it was rejected by the Germans.
|The Atomic Energy Commission was established in the United States.
|The National Book Institute was established.
|The old capital of Pakistan was changed from Karachi to Islamabad.
|Cigarette advertising banned on British television.
|During the moon safari on astronauts James Irwin and David Scottchem 'Chandra Rover', beyond a rock called Genesis Rock. It is considered about 4,500 million years old.
|The Seattle Seahawks played their first football game.
|The American cable made her debut with the television network, MTV, the first dedicated-based outlet for music, the music video by Baggals with the song 'Video Killed the Radio Star'.
|Commercial Pete-Catter discovered the preserved swamp of Aman at Lindo Moss in Cheshire, North West England, called Lindo Man.
|Another moon of Saturn was discovered by the Hubble telescope.
|Steve Jobs rejoined Macworld, Apple Computer and Inc. of downtown Boston.
|According to the material published by The National Cancer Institute, nuclear tests can be the root cause of thyroid cancer during the 1950s and resulted in 10,000 to 75,000 deaths, which can develop thyroid cancer.
|For the first time in Iran, women were also empowered to make imams in madrasas.
|Ali Sardar Jafri is the famous poet who was awarded the Jnanpith Award.
|Judge J. Calvit Clarke Junior ruled on his solidarity that R. M. Uuts. The Titanic company, which had claims of recovery on the Titanic, was forbidden to cut down in a sinking ship and rob artifacts. The disposal organization was clearly looking for lost diamonds worth $ 300 million, and traded the amount of coal through the famous ship disaster.
|The ban on human cloning law does not have voting, even the United States's Representative Assembly voted for it as the Democratic -led Senate was opposed to it.
|Saudi King Emperor Fahd bin Abdul Aziz died and the late emperor's brother Shahzada Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz was appointed the new ruler of the country.
|The world's first earthquake early warning service was launched by Japan.
|The United Kingdom and the California states coincide to reduce their impacts on the environment. Prime Minister Tony Blair and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger came to the agreement after the long -beach visit to California.
|New Zealand launched it for the first time at the easily available bio-fuel counter, made from 90 percent fuel as well as ten percent bio-ethanol produced from cow's milk.
|Bridge 9340 carrying interstate 35W in Mississipirivar in Minnesota, Minnesota, USA, 13 people killed and 145 injured in Minnesota province of America.
|The President of Brazil, Luis Inecio Lula de Silva launched a fund targeted for the protection of Amazon Rainavan. This was done to come up with options to cut the forests and fight climate change. The fund depends on international donations.
|At a collective security treaty organization summit, Russia signed an agreement that would allow another military service foundation to open within Kyrgyzstan.
|Two people died as a result of a shooting attack in the Gay and Lesbian Association building builder Tel-Aviv, Israel.
|According to the report by Reuters, its headquarters computer assembler Foxconn technology in Taiwan intends to add a million robots to its plants in the next three years.
|Liberia and Sierra Leone announced emergency status to send soldiers in response to the disease of the Ebola virus and to close schools and markets and to calm the affected communities.
|After the death of Justin I, Justinian became a renunciation of the Great Byzantine Empire.
|Under the leadership of Ibrahim II of IFRIKIA, Egalabids captured Tormina's Bisantine stronghold, leading to a Muslim conquest.