1825 in France


1825 in France

"See also:"
1824 in France,
other events of 1825,
1826 in France.

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Events from the year 1825 in France.

Events

*January - Anti-Sacrilege Act, law against blasphemy and sacrilege passed under King Charles X. The law was never applied (except for a minor point).
*17 April, Charles X recognizes Haiti, 21 years after it expelled the French after the successful Haitian Revolution.
*Franco-Trarzan War of 1825, conflict between the forces of the new amir of Trarza, Muhammad al Habib, and France.

Births

January to June

*28 February - Jean-Baptiste Arban, cornetist and conductor (d.1889).
*16 March - Auguste Poulet-Malassis, printer and publisher (d.1878).
*6 May - Charlotte de Rothschild, socialite and painter (d.1899).
*7 June - Gustave Emile Boissonade, legal scholar (d.1910).
*14 June - Jean-Baptiste Joseph Émile Montégut, critic (d.1895).
*30 June - Hervé, composer, librettist and conductor (d.1892).

July to December

*2 July - Émile Ollivier, statesman, 30th Prime Minister of France (d.1913).
*19 July - Pierre Potain, cardiologist (d.1901).
*4 August - Victor Auguste, baron Duperré, colonial administrator (d.1900).
*22 August - Auguste Arnaud, sculptor (d.1883).
*31 October - Charles Lavigerie, Cardinal, Primate of Africa (d.1892).
*6 November - Charles Garnier, architect (d.1898).
*29 November - Jean-Martin Charcot, neurologist and professor of anatomical pathology (d.1893).
*30 November - William-Adolphe Bouguereau, painter (d.1905).
*25 December - Henri de Bornier, poet and dramatist (d.1901).

Full date unknown

*Joseph-Epiphane Darras, historian (d.1878).
*Armand Gautier, painter and lithographer (d.1894).

Deaths

January to June

*17 January - Antoine-François-Claude Ferrand, statesman and political writer (b.1751).
*5 February - Pierre Gaveaux, operatic tenor and composer (b.1761).
*17 February - Jean-Baptiste Robert Lindet, politician (b.1746).
*25 March - Fabre d'Olivet, author, poet and composer (b.1767).
*19 May - Claude Henri de Rouvroy, comte de Saint-Simon, utopian socialist thinker (b.1760).
*21 May - André Briche, General (b.1772).
*9 June - Pauline Bonaparte, younger and favourite sister of Napoleon I of France (b.1780).

July to December

*26 September - Guillaume-André-Réné Baston, theologian (b.1741).
*28 November - Maximilien Sebastien Foy, military leader, statesman and writer (b.1775).
*3 December - Adélaïde Dufrénoy, poet and painter (b.1765).
*5 December - Antoine Alexandre Barbier, librarian and bibliographer (b.1765).
*29 December - Jacques-Louis David, painter (b.1748).

Full date unknown

*Guillaume de Bonne-Carrere, diplomat (b.1754).
*Raphaël, Comte de Casabianca, General (b.1738).

References


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