- The temperature on August 27, 1874 was about 21.8 °C. The air pressure was 3 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the south. The airpressure was 76 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 53%. Source: KNMI
- Koning Willem III (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1849 till 1890 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
- 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).
- From August 27, 1874 till November 3, 1877 the Netherlands had a cabinet Heemskerk - Van Lijnden van Sandenburg with the prime ministers Mr. J. Heemskerk Azn. (conservatief) and Mr. C.Th. baron Van Lijnden van Sandenburg (AR).
- In the year 1874: Source: Wikipedia
- The Netherlands had about 4.0 million citizens.
- February 21 » The Oakland Daily Tribune publishes its first edition.
- May 9 » The first horsebus makes its début in the city of Mumbai, traveling two routes.
- July 14 » The Chicago Fire of 1874 burns down 47 acres of the city, destroying 812 buildings, killing 20, and resulting in the fire insurance industry demanding municipal reforms from Chicago's city council.
- August 5 » Japan launches its postal savings system, modeled after a similar system in the United Kingdom.
- November 25 » The United States Greenback Party is established as a political party consisting primarily of farmers affected by the Panic of 1873.
- December 29 » The military coup of Gen. Martinez Campos in Sagunto ends the failed First Spanish Republic and the monarchy is restored as Prince Alfonso is proclaimed King of Spain.
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