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year greater than or equals "1807"
year less than or equals "1814"






Details 1807  Charlotte Smith, Beachy Head, published posthumously in Beachy Head, Fables, and Other Poems.  
Details 1807  France invades Spain and Portugal. *France
Details 1807  Sierra Leone becomes a crown colony. Sugar prices continue downward. Madeira, Curacao, and the Danish West Indies are captured by the British. *Colonialism  
Details 1807  W. Wordsworth, Poems, in Two Volumes ("Ode. Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood" ends the last volume).  
Details 1807  Thomas Moore, Irish Melodies. *Ireland  
Details 1807  Sydney Owenson (Lady Morgan), Lays of an Irish Harp.  
Details 1807  Charles and Mary Lamb, Tales from Shakespeare.  
Details 1807  Robert Southey, Letters from England by Don Espriella.  
Details 1807  Byron, Hours of Idleness.  
Details 1807  Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit.  
Details 1807  Germaine de Staël, Corinne, ou l'Italie translated anonymously into English and is an immediate international success.  
Details 1807  William Wilberforce, A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade. *Abolition  
Details 1807  H.G. Schreiter (Altenberg) translates Joanna Baillie's Basil: A Tragedy (from Plays on the Passions, Vol. I).  
Details 1807  Beethoven, Mass in C major, Op. 86; Overture to von Collin's Coriolan, Op. 62. Beethoven's Piano Sonata in F minor, Op. 57 published.  
Details 1807  Etienne Nicolas Mehul, Joseph.  
Details 1807  Gaspare Spontini, Las vestale.  
Details 1807 - 1808  Beethoven, Sixth Symphony in F major (Sinfonia pastorale), Op. 68.  
Details Mar 25, 1807  The Abolition of the Slave Trade Act: Parliament passes an act abolishing slave trading and the importation of slaves from 1808 but does not prohibit colonial slavery. *Abolition  
Details Aug 11, 1807  Birth of George Augustus Frederick Lamb, son of Lady Caroline Lamb and the Hon. William Lamb (later Lord Melbourne)  
Details 1808  The Abolition Act takes effect. Sugar prices continue to be very low. Mariegalante and Desirade are captured by the British. *Abolition
Details 1808  Widespread uprisings in Spain; British troops land in Portugal. *Spain  
Details 1808  Sir Walter Scott, Marmion.  
Details 1808  Goethe, Faust pt. I.  
Details 1808  Byron, Poems Original and Translated (2nd. ed., see Hours 1807).  
Details 1808  Felicia Browne (Hemans), Poems, England and Spain; or, Valour and Patriotism, a poem celebrating Britain's re-engagement with Republican values.  




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