|The Korean Hangal alphabet was first published in Korea.
|Mary Tudor, the sister of Henry Ashtam of England, was France's Consent Concert.
|Connecticut's collegiate school, later renamed the Yalen University, was chartered to the Old Sebrook, USA's Old.
|Yale University was established in New Haven.
|The world-famous battle of Sweden and Russia, known as the Deniper, ended with the defeat of Sweden.
|The great Northern War-Russia defeated Sweden in the battle of Lesnaya on the Russian-Polish border in the present Belarus.
|Dutch Governor General Adrienne Valkenier allowed the killing of 8,000 Chinese residents of Batavia.
|The merchant ship Whowa Maria sank near the coast of Finland.
|Battle of Schles: The First Conflict of Franco-Prussian. The Prussian army was easily defeated by the French army.
|During the War of 1812, US naval forces under Lieutenant Jesse Duncan Elliott captured two British warships, HMS Detroit and HMS Caledonia.
|The state's Greek chief Ionis Cupodistriece was murdered by Nasfinian.
|Anglican priest John Henry Pneumon, who wished to return to England's church for many Catholic beliefs, was formally accepted to the Roman Catholic Church.
|22 countries signed a treaty in Bern, Switzerland for the movement of letters between all countries and the formation of the General Postal Union. Since then, October 9 started celebrating as World Post Day.
|The Universal Postal Union, then known as General PostLUNIN, was established to integrate postal services and rules with signing of the burn treaty so that international melcalds could be exchanged independently .
|Scottish scientist Alexander Graham Bell and his colleague Thomas Watson first had a long telephone conversation. There was a distance of two miles between the two.
|The Washington Memorial in Washington, DC, which was the tallest building of that time, was officially opened to the general public.
|Ocean liner SS Voltarno set fire to the northern Atlantic and burned and drowned, causing about 130deaths to burn.
|In Antwerp, the Belgian soldiers of the First World War Belgian surrendered, causing the city to occupy the city.
|In Major League Baseball, Cincinnati Reds won three to five games over Chicago White Socks, with deliberately defeated players.
|Laura Ingalls, the first female pilot in the US, landed in Glendale, California after completing an intercontinental flight alone.
|The first electric blanket went on sale in Pittsburgh, Virginia.
|The British Government suspended the Guyana Constitution.
|A landslide from Wajontdam in Northern Italy displaced a large amount of water, causing waves and floods, causing far-off villages and killed about 2,000 people.
|The Republic of Khmer, headed by General Loan Know and Princevath Sirik Matak, was announced in Cambodia.
|International direct dialing service between Bombay (Mumbai now) and London.
|With the increase in employment rates for several months, there are many hoping that the figures of the previous month are a twist at 9.3%. The highest national rate was recorded at 10.8% in December. This has been the highest in 42 years.
|South Korean President Chun Do-Hawan survived a murder in Rangoon in Burma.
|The Phantom of the Opera, the longest running broadway show in history by Andrew Lloyd Weberchic by Music, was opened in West End, London.
|The National Assembly of Pakistan approved the Islamic Sharia law as the country's highest law.
|Afghanistan held its first democratic election with 75 percent estimate of voting of registered voters of the country.
|The launch of the European satellite 'Cryoset' failed.
|Together, Anglican and Catholic leaders have revealed their concerns about euthanasia as the House of Lords form arguments for the legislature.
|Google announced the acquisition of YouTube.
|North Korea reportedly conducted ICT's first nuclear device test.
|North Korea has banned ships from sailing in an area of the yellow ocean as it prepares to launch 10 shorter distance missiles.
|The US space agency NASA launched the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing satellite LCROSS.
|The Maoist Naxalites working in different parts of the country formulate a new attack strategy against the Naxalite rebels.
|A senior Taliban commander, along with two other revolutionaries, was killed in a shelling in Murgab district with NATO and Afghan forces.
|A 4.3 magnitude earthquake occurred on the southern coast of El Hyro in the southwest canary archipelago of Spain. The earthquake was clearly caused by growing magma, which was evacuated due to the possibility of an extinct volcanic eruptions, which took place on El Hiro in 1793.
|Around 25,000 people protest in Athens as German Chancellor Angela Merkel visit Greece.
|Pakistani activist Malala Yusufzai was shot dead by a Talibangaman in an attempt to murder.
|Juno flies on Earth in Jupiter's orbit, but during fly-bye there is a mess that keeps it in safe mode.
|The US stock market decreases rapidly, the S&P500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average decreases by about 2 percent.