|The English astronomer Jeremia Horox made the first observation of Venus.
|French chemist Bertley was born. He did research work on different types of salts.
|US General George Washington formally bid farewell to his officers at Frances Tavon, New York City.
|Mission Santa Barbara was founded by Padre Fermin Lassuen as the tenth part of the Spanish mission in California.
|The first issue of The Observer, the world's first Sunday newspaper, was published in London.
|Bajirao II was appointed Peshwa.
|Viceroy Lord William Bentick abolished the practice of sati.
|American Anti-Slavery Society was formed in Philadelphia by Arthur Tappan.
|The Maketeb-e Mulkiyya school was established in the Ottoman Empire.
|American Brigantine Mary Celeste was clearly abandoned under circumstances that are unknown to date.
|The first edition of the Los Angeles Times was published.
|The first Matabele War-A patrol was ambushed by the British South Africa company soldiers and were wiped out by more than 3,000 Matabele warriors.
|For the first time, the vaccine of typhoid was used to protect humans from the disease.
|The first gray cup game, the Championship game of the Canadianfootball League was held.
|The world's oldest professional ice hockey club Montreal Canadines were established as a charter member of the National Hockey Abhiyan.
|The political drama film First Lady, starring K. Francis, was released.
|The Works Progress Administration has ended. It was designed to provide employment during the Great Depression period in the 1930s.
|London has caused a deadly mist for four days, killing about 4000 people. It is clearly created by soot and sulfur dioxide of smoke emanating from factories, cars and coal fire in homes.
|Thousands of people lost their lives due to the thick layer of smog in England.
|The global hamburger fast food chain burger king, known for whisper's item, was established in Miami, Florida, America.
|The International Federation of Blood Donor Organizations was established in Luxembourg.
|92 people died in London in a Lewisham train accident
|The National Health Service has provided an oral contraceptive to the contraceptive pill to the people.
|The country's first rocket 'Rohini RH 75' was launched from Thumba.
|The Trolls-The Ulster Volunteer Force, a ulcers laundy-pamphletary group, bombed a Catholic pub in Belfast, Northern Ireland, killing 15 people.
|Bruce George Peter Lee set fire to a family house in England's plow; After his arrest, he revealed that he had started nine other deadly firing in the area.
|The English rock group was officially dissolved by Zepelin.
|Hezbollah militants hijacked a Kuwait airline plane and killed four passengers.
|Hezbollah bombers hijack a Kuwait Airlines plane and kill 4 passengers.
|US President George H. W. Bush ordered to help American troops to provide humanitarian aid in Somalia and helped restore the order during the Ongoeing Somali Somali war.
|The US space agency NASA launched another spacecraft 'Mars Pathfounder' for Mars.
|Maria Julia Mantila Garcia of Peru was voted Miss World 2004.
|Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser called for a ban on death penalty worldwide.
|Whatever NASA revealed his intention to make on the basis; The North Pole or Southern Pole of the Moon.
|Six black youths attacked a white man in Jena, Louisiana, USA; Later the court case will become a reason.
|Nearly a thousand people died in a village in the Philippines after a landfall.
|Nearly a thousand people died after landfall in a village in the Philippines.
|The United States has agreed to a free trade agreement with Peru by 77 to 18 votes with Peru, which is allowed to implement.
|Russia's Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin said that Russia can be forced to reduce the supply of gas in Ukraine if it does not complete the agreement on the payment for gas "which is first consumed. Is.
|The current President of Namibia Hifikpunne Pohamba has been again appointed with the ruling party after the next week.
|Ecuador officials ordered people to be removed from the slopes of Tungurhua volcano after starting to leave the ash.
|A mortar attack in Syria killed 29 people.
|Austrian King Carlman I died, leaving his brother Sharalemanken which is now a full frankish kingdom.