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1799 in France

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1799 in France


Events from the year 1799 in France

Contents

Incumbents

  • Until 10 November – the French Directory – five Directors
  • From 10 November – the three Consuls, Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès, Napoleon Bonaparte and Charles-François Lebrun
  • Events

  • The French Revolutionary Wars resumed, with a number of campaigns
  • 9 November – Coup of 18 Brumaire
  • 10 November – disbanding of the French Directory, and establishment of the French Consulate
  • Births

  • 20 May – Honoré de Balzac, novelist and playwright (died 1850)
  • 8 July – Oscar I of Sweden, king of Sweden and Norway (died 1859).
  • 9 July – Théophile Tilmant, violinist (died 1878)
  • Deaths

  • 19 February – Jean-Charles de Borda, mathematician (born 1733)
  • 5 April – Honoré Fragonard, anatomist (born 1732)
  • 28 April – François Giroust, composer (born 1737)
  • 9 May – Claude Balbastre, composer (born 1724)
  • 18 May – Pierre Beaumarchais, playwright, watchmaker, satirist and revolutionary (born 1732)
  • 31 May – Pierre Charles Le Monnier, astronomer (born 1715)
  • 7 September – Louis-Guillaume Le Monnier, scientist (born 1717)
  • 17 October – Louis Claude Cadet de Gassicourt, chemist (born 1731)
  • 9 December – Guillaume Voiriot, portrait painter (born 1712)
  • 18 December – Jean-Étienne Montucla, mathematician (born 1725)
  • 31 December – Louis-Jean-Marie Daubenton, naturalist (born 1716)
  • 31 December – Jean-François Marmontel, historian (born 1723)
  • References

    1799 in France Wikipedia


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