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1770 in France

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1770 in France

Events from the year 1770 in France

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Louis XV
  • Events

  • Cemetery of Saint-Louis, Versailles established
  • Culture

  • 27 October – First performance of the opera Les deux avares, written by André Grétry
  • Théâtre Déjazet established
  • Births

  • 5 February – Alexandre Brongniart, chemist, mineralogist, and zoologist (died 1847)
  • 25 March – Antoine Richepanse, revolutionary general (died 1802)
  • Deaths

  • 14 March – Nicolas-Charles-Joseph Trublet, clergyman and moralist (born 1697)
  • 25 April – Jean-Antoine Nollet clergyman and physicist (born 1700)
  • 30 May – François Boucher, painter (born 1703)
  • 3 August – Guillaume-François Rouelle, chemist and apothecary (born 1703)
  • 28 November – Charles-Jean-François Hénault, historian (born 1685)
  • 15 December – Pierre-Joseph Alary, ecclesiastic and writer (born 1689)
  • Full date missing

  • Esprit Antoine Blanchard, musician (born 1696).
  • References

    1770 in France Wikipedia


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