Timeline Jan Zilverschoon
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- The temperature on May 23, 1745 was about 15.0 °C. Wind direction mainly north west from. Weather type: omtrent helder zeer betrokken. Source: KNMI
Van 1702 tot 1747 kende Nederland (ookwel Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden) zijn Tweede Stadhouderloze Tijdperk.
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- In the year 1745: Source: Wikipedia
- June 28 » A New England colonial army captures the French fortifications at Louisbourg (New Style).
- July 9 » French victory in the Battle of Melle allows them to capture Ghent in the days after.
- August 19 » Ottoman–Persian War: In the Battle of Kars, the Ottoman army is routed by Persian forces led by Nader Shah.
- August 19 » Prince Charles Edward Stuart raises his standard in Glenfinnan: The start of the Second Jacobite Rebellion, known as "the 45".
- September 21 » A Hanoverian army is defeated, in ten minutes, by the Jacobite forces of Prince Charles Edward Stuart
- December 6 » Charles Edward Stuart's army begins retreat during the second Jacobite Rising.
- The temperature on May 13, 1774 was about 14.0 °C. Wind direction mainly north-northeast. Weather type: dampig betrokken. Source: KNMI
- Erfstadhouder Prins Willem V (Willem Batavus) (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1751 till 1795 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden)
- In the year 1774: Source: Wikipedia
- March 31 » American Revolutionary War: The Kingdom of Great Britain orders the port of Boston, Massachusetts closed pursuant to the Boston Port Act.
- May 10 » Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette become King and Queen of France.
- July 4 » Orangetown Resolutions are adopted in the Province of New York, one of many protests against the British Parliament's Coercive Acts.
- September 1 » Massachusetts Bay colonists rise up in the bloodless Powder Alarm.
- September 4 » New Caledonia is first sighted by Europeans, during the second voyage of Captain James Cook.
- October 21 » The flag of Taunton, Massachusetts is the first to include the word "Liberty".