In The Netherlands , there was from February 1, 1862 to February 10, 1866 the cabinet Thorbecke II, with Mr. J.R. Thorbecke (liberaal) as prime minister.
In The Netherlands , there was from February 10, 1866 to June 1, 1866 the cabinet Fransen van de Putte, with I.D. Fransen van de Putte (liberaal) as prime minister.
From June 1, 1866 till June 4, 1868 the Netherlands had a cabinet Van Zuijlen van Nijevelt - Heemskerk with the prime ministers Mr. J.P.J.A. graaf Van Zuijlen van Nijevelt (AR) and Mr. J. Heemskerk Azn. (conservatief).
The Netherlands had about 3.6 million citizens.
January 18 » Wesley College is established in Melbourne, Australia.
March 27 » President of the United States of America Andrew Johnson vetoes the Civil Rights Act of 1866. His veto is overridden by Congress and the bill passes into law on April 9.
May 2 » Peruvian defenders fight off the Spanish fleet at the Battle of Callao.
May 22 » Oliver Winchester founded the Winchester Repeating Arms
July 24 » Reconstruction: Tennessee becomes the first U.S. state to be readmitted to the Union following the American Civil War.
July 30 » Armed Confederate veterans in New Orleans riot against a meeting of Radical Republicans, killing 48 people and injuring another 100.
Weather May 9, 1866
The temperature on May 9, 1866 was about 10.6 °C. There was 2 mm of rain. The air pressure was 0.5 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the west-southwest. The airpressure was 76 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 89%.
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