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year greater than or equals "1792"
year less than or equals "1793"






Details 1792  India: Treaty of Seringapatam.. *India  
Details 1792  Reform: violence in France; repression in Britain (restrictions on freedom of the press). Fox gets Libel Act through Parliament; the act requires a jury and not a judge to determine libel (this act saves reformers in 1794). *French Revolution
*Parliamentary Reform  
Details 1792  Mass petition compaign for abolition. Commons resolves on gradual abolition by 1796. Lords delay action in favor of preliminary hearings. Boycott of sugar begins. French Revolution begins to affect mass agitation. Sierra Leone settlement renewed. Denmark decrees gradual abolition by 1803. *Abolition
*French Revolution  
Details 1792  Ireland: Catholic Relief Act allows Catholics to practice law. Wolfe Tone appointed to the Catholic Committee. *Ireland  
Details 1792  William Blake, "Motto to the Songs of Innocence and of Experience" (dated 1792).  
Details 1792  Charlotte Smith, Desmond.  
Details 1792  Friedrich von Schiller, On the Ground of Pleasure in the Tragic Object.  
Details 1792  Abolition: Coleridge, his Greek Sapphic Ode "Ode on the Slave Trade," written during freshman year at Cambridge. *Abolition  
Details 1792  Abolition: Edmund Burke, Sketch of a Negro Code (proposes a plan for orderly abolition and emancipation). *Abolition  
Details 1792  Religious Controversy: Mary Hays, Cursory Remarks on an Enquiry into the Expediency and Propriety of Public or Social Worship (vs. Gilbert Wakefield, signed "Eusebia"). *Methodism
*Religious Controversy  
Details 1792  William Blake, engravings for John Gabriel Stedman, Narrative, of a five years' expedition, against revolted Negroes of Surinam. *Abolition  
Details 1792  Religious Controversy: Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Remarks on Mr. Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry. *Religious Controversy  
Details 1792  Janet Little, The Poetical Works of Janet Little, the Scotch Milkmaid.  
Details 1792  Benjamin and Abraham Goldsmid enter the British financial world, restoring a sense of order. *Anglo-Jewish History  
Details Jan 1792  Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman.  
Details Jan 25, 1792  Shoemaker Thomas Hardy starts the London Corresponding Society; the group debates for five nights--"Have we who are Tradesman, Shopkeepers and mechanics any right to seek to obtain a parliamentary reform?" *Parliamentary Reform  
Details Mar 1792  Girondins come to power, advocating a constitutional monarchy, overthrow of the clergy, and the aggressive export of the French Revolution across Europe. *French Revolution  
Details Apr 11, 1792  Radical Whigs declare themselves "The Society of the Friends of the People." *Whig Party  
Details Apr 20, 1792  France declares war against Austria. *French Revolution  
Details May 1792  Society for Constitutional Information prints as a pamphlet and cheaply distributes Paine's The Rights Of Man.  
Details May 21, 1792  George III issues a Royal Proclamation vs. seditious writings: The Rights Of Man banned; Paine charged with sedition. *House of Hanover  
Details May 24, 1792  Arthur Young, Travels (pro-France). *France  
Details July 1792  Haydn meets Beethoven in Bonn and accepts him as a pupil.  
Details July 1792  French Revolution: Girondins (moderates, advocating a constitutional monarchy) under attack from Jacobins (radicals, advocating a Republic). *French Revolution  
Details Aug 1792  French Revolution: Lafayette, leader of the French National Guard, deserts; he flees to Austria after failing to control the Jacobins. *French Revolution  




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