ⓘ 1834 births

Malwyn a'Beckett

Malwyn aBeckett was an English-born Australian cricketer who played for Victoria. He was born in London and died in Sale, Victoria. ABeckett made a single first-class appearance for the side, during the 1851–52 season, against Tasmania. From the tailend, he scored three runs in the first innings and seven in the second. Six seasons later, he played in a Gentlemen v Players match on a Gentlemens team which won by an innings margin. ABecketts brother, Edward, played two first-class matches for Victoria, while his great-nephew, Ted played four Test matches for Australia.

Edwin Hale Abbot

Edwin Hale Abbot was a lawyer and railroad executive, active in Boston and Milwaukee. Abbot was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, educated at Harvard University, and practiced law in Boston from 1862–76. During this time, he served as an attorney for the Alabama Claims, a series of claims for damages by the United States government against the government of Great Britain for the assistance given to the Confederate cause during the American Civil War. In 1873, Abbot was named general solicitor and a director of the Wisconsin Central Railway. He moved to Milwaukee in 1876 and subsequently beca ...

Auguste Achintre

Achintre was born in Besançon, France, on 19 March 1834 to Guillaume-Auguste Achintre, a pharmacist, and Anne-Marie Duprey. After his father died when he was still young, Achintres uncle Joseph Achintre, a university professor of humanities, raised him in Aix-en-Provence. Achintre had a brief military career before moving on to literature. He studied in Paris and took courses at the Conservatoire de Paris "to lose his southern accent."

Francesco Acri

After graduating with a degree in jurisprudence at Naples in 1857 and studying Aristotle and Kant at Berlin under Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburg, he became a teacher of the history of philosophy, first at the University of Palermo and then, from 1871 at the University of Bologna, where he remained until 1911. Bound to Rosminian spiritualism, he engaged in invective with the Hegelians and the positivists, in a long dispute with his predecessor in the Bolognese chair, Francesco Fiorentino. Politically a clerical, he was elected as a city councilor in Bologna in 1895, he campaigned against div ...

John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton

John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton, 13th Marquess of Groppoli, was an English Catholic historian, politician, and writer. He was the only son of Sir Ferdinand Dalberg-Acton, 7th Baronet, and a grandson of the Neapolitan admiral and prime minister Sir John Acton, 6th Baronet. Between 1837 and 1869 he was known as Sir John Dalberg-Acton, 8th Baronet. He is perhaps best known for the remark, "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.", which he made in a letter to an Anglican bishop.

Charles R. Adams

Charles R. Adams was an American opera singer and singing instructor. An excellent tenor and fine actor, he had a commanding stage presence and was particularly admired for his interpretations of the works of Richard Wagner.

                                     

ⓘ 1834 births

  • 1834 MDCCCXXXIV was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting on Monday of the Julian calendar, the 1834th
  • Princess Marie of Baden Marie Amalie 20 November 1834 in Karlsruhe 21 November 1899, in Amorbach was the third daughter and seventh child of Leopold
  • The Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 PLAA known widely as the New Poor Law, was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom passed by the Whig government
  • Events from the year 1834 in the United States. President: Andrew Jackson D - Tennessee Vice President: Martin Van Buren D - New York Chief Justice: John
  • Arthur Dillon or comte Dillon 1834 Paris - 1922 was a French cavalry officer and journalist, and friend of general Boulanger. He was the grandson
  • Events from the year 1834 in the United Kingdom. Uniquely, four Prime Ministers serve during the year. Monarch William IV Prime Minister Charles Grey
  • Representative from Maryland 1801 1804 see Daniel Hiester Daniel Hiester 1774 1834 was an American political leader from Pennsylvania. Daniel was a member
  • Events from the year 1834 in Russia Monarch Nicholas I Treaty of Saint Petersburg 1834 Biblioteka Dlya Chteniya Central Moscow Hippodrome Fort Stikine
  • Events from the year 1834 in Ireland. 17 December the Dublin and Kingstown Railway, the first public railway in Ireland, opens between Westland Row
  • Events in the year 1834 in Belgium. Monarch: Leopold I Prime Minister: Albert Joseph Goblet d Alviella to 4 August Barthelemy de Theux de Meylandt from
  • Samuel Smith 14 April 1754 12 March 1834 was a British Tory Member of Parliament and banker. Samuel Smith the fourth son of Abel Smith, a wealthy Nottingham
  • Events from the year 1834 in Sweden Monarch Charles XIV John The famous coffee house Tysta Mari is opened in Stockholm. - First issue of the paper Vasterviks - Tidningen
  • William Bickford 1774 1834 was an English inventor, who, formerly a currier, invented the safety fuse for use in mining. William Bickford was born in
                                     
  • Thomas Lee Jnr 1794 5 September 1834 the son of Thomas Lee of Barnstaple, Devon, was an English architect. He was educated at Barnstaple Grammar
  • Events from the year 1834 in France. Monarch Louis Philippe I 26 February - Treaty of Desmichels signed between Abd - el - Kader and France, recognising
  • Events from the year 1834 in Denmark. Monarch Frederick VI Prime minister Otto Joachim December 4 Carl Lange, physician and psychologist died 1900
  • Dunne Paltridge. England Births and Christenings, 1538 - 1975, database, FamilySearch, Wentworth Bourchier Paltridge, 23 Nov 1834 citing OKEHAMPTON, DEVON
  • Events from the year 1834 in Canada. Monarch: William IV Parliament of Lower Canada: 14th until October 9 Parliament of Upper Canada: 11th until March
  • William James Green 1834 11 January 1876 was an English cricketer who played in three first - class cricket matches for Kent County Cricket Club between
  • Events in the year 1834 in Brazil. Monarch None, regency de facto Emperor Pedro II de jure
  • Events from the year 1834 in Scotland. Monarch William IV Lord Advocate Francis Jeffrey until May then John Murray until November then Sir William
  • The following lists events that happened during 1834 in Chile. President of Chile: Jose Joaquin Prieto 26 June - The Coat of arms of Chile is adopted.
  • The following lists events that happened during 1834 in Australia. Governors of the Australian colonies: Governor of New South Wales - Major - General Sir
  • Events from the year 1834 in Spain. Monarch: Isabella II Regent: Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies Prime Minister - Francisco de Paula Martinez de la
                                     
  • Events in the year 1834 in Portugal. Monarch: Michael I until 26 May Mary II Prime Minister: Pedro de Sousa Holstein, 1st Duke of Palmela 16 May Battle
  • George Field 1 March 1834 24 July 1901 was an English cricketer. He played five first - class matches for Kent between 1856 and 1859. List of Kent County
  • James Taylor February 1761 January 27, 1834 was a farmer, merchant and political figure in New Brunswick. He represented Sunbury County in the Legislative
  • Events in the year 1834 in Norway. Monarch: Charles III John 14 June Emil Stang, jurist, politician and Prime Minister of Norway d.1912 Markus Nomil
  • This article presents lists of the literary events and publications in 1834 April W. Harrison Ainsworth s first novel, the historical romance Rookwood
  • The following lists events that happened during 1834 in New Zealand. Head of State King William IV Governor of New South Wales Major - General Sir Richard
                                     

Charles W. Adams (Union general)

Charles W. Adams was an officer in the Union Army during the American Civil War. He entered the Union Army in 1862 as a Colonel and was given command of the 12th Kansas Volunteer Infantry. He led his unit at the Battle of Jenkins Ferry where he received a gunshot wound in his arm. He mustered out of Union service in 1865 as a Brevet Brigadier General and returned to Lawrence, Kansas. He died in Oakland, California on March 8, 1909.

                                     

Abd as-Salam al-Alami

Abd as-Salam ibn Mohammed ibn Ahmed al-Hasani al-Alami al-Fasi was a scientist from Fes. He was an expert in the field of astronomy, mathematics and medicine. Al-Alami was the author of several books in these fields and the designer of solar instruments.

                                     

Alexandra Albedinskaya

Alexandra Sergeyevna Albedinskaya, was a Russian noble and courtier. She was the royal mistress of Alexander II of Russia from the early 1850s until 1862.

                                     

Cotton Hayden Allen

Cotton Hayden Allen was the 31st mayor of Columbus, Ohio and the 28th person to serve in that office. He served Columbus for one term. His successor, Samuel L. Black, took office in 1897. He died in 1900.

                                     

Samuel Alpe

Samuel Alpe was a New Zealand cricketer. He played first-class cricket for Auckland, Canterbury and Wellington between 1873 and 1885.

                                     

George Arnold (poet)

George Arnold was an author and poet. After briefly attempting a career as a portrait painter, he turned to writing and became a regular contributor to Vanity Fair and The Leader. A contemporary of Walt Whitman, Arnold was likewise a patron of Pfaffs beer cellar. His most enduring work is a humorous, Jolly old pedagogue.

                                     

Azalaïs d'Arbaud

Azalaïs dArbaud was a French writer in the Occitan language. She lived in Meyrargues, Bouches-du-Rhone. She worked at Amarna Prouvençau, and in 1860 wrote Madaleno e lou tavan Rous. La Dourgueto followed in 1862. In 1888, she was awarded the first prize at the Jeux Floraux at Digne for lAnello dor. Arbaud was the wife of Count Felix Arbaud, she was the mother of the poet Joseph dArbaud and a daughter, Berthe.

                                     

B. F. Barge

Benjamin Franklin Barge was an American politician in the state of Washington. He served in the Washington House of Representatives from 1895 to 1897.

                                     

Johann Bauschinger

Johann Bauschinger was a mathematician, builder, and professor of Engineering Mechanics at Munich Polytechnic from 1868 until his death. The Bauschinger effect in materials science is named after him. He was also the father of astronomer Julius Bauschinger.

                                     

Albert Becker (composer)

Albert Ernst Anton Becker was a German composer and conductor of the Romantic period. Becker was born in Quedlinburg. In 1853-1856 he studied composition under Siegfried Dehn in Berlin. He taught at the Akademie der faculty of arts, where his famous pupils included Johan Halvorsen and Jean Sibelius. In 1889 he was appointed conductor of the Royal Cathedral choir in Berlin. He was the Grandfather of composer günter Raphael. He died in Berlin.

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