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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to 1721. 1721 (MDCCXXI) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar and a common year starting...
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  • The year 1721 in science and technology involved some significant events. The use of ether is developed as a pain-killer. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu introduces...
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    The Great Northern War (1700–1721) was a conflict in which a coalition led by the Tsardom of Russia successfully contested the supremacy of the Swedish...
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    The Darwin–Wedgwood family are members of two connected families, each noted for particular prominent 18th-century figures: Erasmus Darwin, a physician...
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    History of Russia (1721–96) is the history of Russia during the Era of Russian palace revolutions and the Age of Catherine the Great. It began with creation...
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  • The year 1721 in music involved some significant events. December 3 – Johann Sebastian Bach marries his second wife, Anna Magdalena. Antonio Maria Bononcini...
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    Events from the year 1721 in Canada. French Monarch: Louis XV British and Irish Monarch: George I Governor General of New France: Philippe de Rigaud Vaudreuil...
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    NGC 1721 is a lenticular galaxy (S0) located in the constellation Eridanus. It was discovered on the 10th of Nov 1885 by Edward Emerson Barnard. This galaxy...
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  • Johann Christoph Bach (16 June 1671 – 22 February 1721) was a musician of the Bach family. He was the eldest of the brothers of Johann Sebastian Bach who...
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    the inland, during the finishing years of the Great Northern War in 1719–1721. The purpose was to pillage, sack, and burn to force the Swedish regime to...
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    the government of the Kingdom of Great Britain for over twenty years from 1721, as the first prime minister. Walpole is also the longest-serving British...
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  • This article is a summary of the major literary events and publications of 1721. February – Joseph A. Hall's book, A Sober Reply to Mr. Higgs' Merry Arguments...
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    The history of Sweden from 1772 to 1809 is better known as the Gustavian era of Kings Gustav III and Gustav IV, as well as the reign of King Charles XIII...
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    because both claimed to be pregnant. Read died in jail around mid April 1721, but Bonny's fate is unknown. Bonny's birthdate and place is unknown. Nothing...
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    Sevenoaks School is a highly selective coeducational private school in Sevenoaks, Kent, England. It is the second oldest non-denominational school in the...
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  • Special-Purpose IP Address Registries. IETF. doi:10.17487/RFC6890. ISSN 2070-1721. BCP 153. RFC 6890. Best Common Practice. Obsoletes RFC 4773, 5156, 5735...
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  • Foudre on the origins of fossils, prehistoric stone tools and meteorites. 1721: Nicholas Revett (d. 1804) 1726: October 12 - Pierre Henri Larcher (d. 1812)...
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    1682, and the first Emperor of all Russia, known as Peter the Great, from 1721 until his death in 1725. He reigned jointly with his half-brother Ivan V...
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    Kingdom since 1721. The prime minister with the longest single term was Robert Walpole, lasting 20 years and 315 days from 3 April 1721 until 11 February...
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    (Swedish: Svenska Livland) was a dominion of the Swedish Empire from 1629 until 1721. The territory, which constituted the southern part of modern Estonia (including...
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    Prince of all Russia, was the title of the Russian monarch from 1547 to 1721. During this period, the state was a tsardom. The first Russian monarch to...
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    Russian Empire (category 1721 establishments in Russia)
    that spanned most of northern Eurasia from its proclamation in November 1721 until its dissolution in March 1917. At its height in the late 19th century...
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    1696) Peter I the Great (April 27, 1682 – October 22, 1721) Peter I the Great (October 22, 1721 – January 28, 1725) Catherine I (January 28, 1725 – May...
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    Samuel Hopkins (September 17, 1721 – December 20, 1803) was an American Congregationalist theologian of the late colonial era of the United States. Hopkinsian...
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  • Schemes. Internet Engineering Task Force. doi:10.17487/RFC7595. ISSN 2070-1721. BCP 35. RFC 7595. Best Current Practice. Updated by RFC 8615. Obsoletes...
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  • The Nalchik War or Crimean–Circassian War of 1720–1721 was a military conflict between the Crimean Khanate and the Kabardian Principality. The Crimean...
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  • Thomas Powell (1641–1721/22) was a landowner in the middle section of Long Island in the Province of New York during the colonial period of American history...
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  • presided over the government of England, and after 1707, Great Britain, before 1721. Chief ministers were usually one of the great officers of state, but it...
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    James Craggs the Elder (1657 – 16 March 1721), of Jermyn Street, Westminster and Charlton, Lewisham, Kent, was an English financier and Whig politician...
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