In The Netherlands , there was from January 4, 1871 to July 6, 1872 the cabinet Thorbecke III, with Mr. J.R. Thorbecke (liberaal) as prime minister.
From July 6, 1872 till August 27, 1874 the Netherlands had a cabinet De Vries - Fransen van de Putte with the prime ministers Mr. G. de Vries Azn. (liberaal) and I.D. Fransen van de Putte (liberaal).
The Netherlands had about 4.0 million citizens.
February 20 » The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens in New York City.
March 11 » Construction of the Seven Sisters Colliery, South Wales, begins; located on one of the richest coal sources in Britain.
September 18 » King Oscar II accedes to the throne of Sweden–Norway.
November 29 » American Indian Wars: The Modoc War begins with the Battle of Lost River.
November 30 » The first-ever international football match takes place at Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, between Scotland and England.
December 4 » The crewless American brigantine Mary Celeste, drifting in the Atlantic, is discovered by the Canadian brig Dei Gratia. The ship has been abandoned for nine days but is only slightly damaged. Her master Benjamin Briggs and all nine others known to have been on board are never accounted for.
Weather April 25, 1872
The temperature on April 25, 1872 was about 17.2 °C. The air pressure was 6 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the southwest. The atmospheric humidity was 51%.
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