1782

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1782 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar 1782
MDCCLXXXII
Ab urbe condita 2535
Armenian calendar 1231
ԹՎ ՌՄԼԱ
Assyrian calendar 6532
Balinese saka calendar 1703–1704
Bengali calendar 1189
Berber calendar 2732
British Regnal year 22  Geo. 3   23  Geo. 3
Buddhist calendar 2326
Burmese calendar 1144
Byzantine calendar 7290–7291
Chinese calendar 辛丑年 (Metal  Ox)
4479 or 4272
     to 
壬寅年 (Water  Tiger)
4480 or 4273
Coptic calendar 1498–1499
Discordian calendar 2948
Ethiopian calendar 1774–1775
Hebrew calendar 5542–5543
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 1838–1839
 - Shaka Samvat 1703–1704
 - Kali Yuga 4882–4883
Holocene calendar 11782
Igbo calendar 782–783
Iranian calendar 1160–1161
Islamic calendar 1196–1197
Japanese calendar Tenmei 2
(天明2年)
Javanese calendar 1707–1708
Julian calendar Gregorian minus 11 days
Korean calendar 4115
Minguo calendar 130 before ROC
民前130年
Nanakshahi calendar 314
Thai solar calendar 2324–2325
Tibetan calendar 阴金牛年
(female Iron-Ox)
1908 or 1527 or 755
     to 
阳水虎年
(male Water-Tiger)
1909 or 1528 or 756
March 8: Gnadenhutten massacre Gnadenhutten monument to the Moravian Christian Indian Martyrs.jpg
March 8: Gnadenhutten massacre

1782 (MDCCLXXXII) was a common year starting on Tuesday of the Gregorian calendar  and a common year starting on Saturday of the Julian calendar, the 1782nd year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 782nd year of the 2nd millennium, the 82nd year of the 18th century, and the 3rd year of the 1780s decade. As of the start of 1782, the Gregorian calendar was 11days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

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Philipp Franz von Walther born 3 January
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Stephen Lushington born 14 January
Afanasy Grigoriev born 21 January Afanasy-Grigorev.jpg
Afanasy Grigoriev born 21 January
Daniel Auber born 29 January Postcard-1910 Daniel Fransois Auber.jpg
Daniel Auber born 29 January
Fyodor Tolstoy born 6 February F.I.Tolstoy-Americanets young.jpg
Fyodor Tolstoy born 6 February
Friedrich Ernst Ludwig von Fischer born 8 February F E L von Fischer.jpg
Friedrich Ernst Ludwig von Fischer born 8 February
Malla Silfverstolpe born 8 February Malla Silfverstolpe 1843.jpg
Malla Silfverstolpe born 8 February
William Miller born 15 February William Miller.jpg
William Miller born 15 February
Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl born 23 February Johann Pohl 1782-1834.jpg
Johann Baptist Emanuel Pohl born 23 February
Louise Antoinette Lannes born 26 February Prud'hon - Louise Antoinette Scholastique Gueheneuc (1782-1856).jpg
Louise Antoinette Lannes born 26 February
Marie Therese Haze born 27 February Marie-Therese Haze (1782-1876).jpg
Marie Thérèse Haze born 27 February
Suzanne le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau born 1 March Jacques-Louis David - Suzanne Le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau - Google Art Project.jpg
Suzanne le Peletier de Saint-Fargeau born 1 March
Johann Rudolf Wyss born 4 March Johann Rudolf Wyss (der Jungere).jpg
Johann Rudolf Wyss born 4 March
Ferdinand Gottlieb von Gmelin born 10 March H Leibnitz - Ferdinand Gottlieb Gmelin - OaL1845 oR.jpg
Ferdinand Gottlieb von Gmelin born 10 March
Orest Kiprensky born 13 March Kiprensky self.jpg
Orest Kiprensky born 13 March
Aglae Auguie born 24 March Aglae Ney.jpg
Aglaé Auguié born 24 March
Caroline Bonaparte born 25 March Caroline-Bonaparte-Queen-of-Naples-kings-and-queens-15360288-503-600.jpg
Caroline Bonaparte born 25 March
Maria Antonia Santos Plata born 10 April Antonia Santos cropped.jpg
María Antonia Santos Plata born 10 April
Prince Teimuraz of Georgia born 23 April Teimuraz son of George XII .jpg
Prince Teimuraz of Georgia born 23 April
William Darlington born 28 April William Darlington by John Neagle ca-1825.jpg
William Darlington born 28 April
Charles-Rene Laitie born 6 May Charles-Rene Laitie portrait.jpg
Charles-René Laitié born 6 May
Marcia Van Ness born 9 May Marcia Van Ness (Gilbert Stuart).jpg
Marcia Van Ness born 9 May
Johan Gustaf Sandberg born 13 May Johan Gustaf Sandberg-self portrait.jpg
Johan Gustaf Sandberg born 13 May
Johann Rombauer born 28 May Rombauer-Selfportrait.jpg
Johann Rombauer born 28 May
Charles Waterton born 3 June Charles Waterton by Charles Wilson Peale, 1824, National Gallery, London.JPG
Charles Waterton born 3 June
Marie-Anne-Julie Forestier born 13 June Medallion portrait of Julie Forestier 1.jpg
Marie-Anne-Julie Forestier born 13 June
Olry Terquem born 16 June Olry Terquem.jpg
Olry Terquem born 16 June
Charles Floyd born 20 June Charles Floyd.jpg
Charles Floyd born 20 June
Fortunee Briquet born 26 June Fortunee Briquet.jpg
Fortunée Briquet born 26 June
Pierre Berthier born 3 July Pierre Berthier.jpg
Pierre Berthier born 3 July
Rosa Morandi born 5 July Rosa Morandi by Giovanni Antonio Sasso.jpg
Rosa Morandi born 5 July
Maria Luisa, Duchess of Lucca born 6 July Maria Luisa of Spain, queen of Etruria and duchess of Lucca.jpg
Maria Luisa, Duchess of Lucca born 6 July
Sophie Orsted born 16 July Sophie Orsted by J. L. Lund c. 1810.jpg
Sophie Ørsted born 16 July
Mariano Enrique Calvo born 18 July Mariano Calvo.jpg
Mariano Enrique Calvo born 18 July
John Field born 26 July John field.jpg
John Field born 26 July
Charles James Napier born 10 August Charles James Napier by William Edward Kilburn, 1849-crop.png
Charles James Napier born 10 August
Charles Lowell born 15 August Rev. Charles Lowell.jpg
Charles Lowell born 15 August
Pierre-Luc-Charles Ciceri born 17 August Pierre Ciceri by Nadar.jpg
Pierre-Luc-Charles Cicéri born 17 August
Prince Carl Gustav, Duke of Smaland born 25 August Carl Gustav of Sweden (1782-1783).jpg
Prince Carl Gustav, Duke of Småland born 25 August
Christian Ludwig Nitzsch born 3 September Christian-Ludwig-Nitzsch.jpg
Christian Ludwig Nitzsch born 3 September
Marie of Baden born 7 September Marie of Baden (1782-1808) aka Maria Elisabeth Wilhelmine von Baden.jpg
Marie of Baden born 7 September
Daoguang Emperor born 16 September Qing Yi Ming  <<Qing Xuan Zong Dao Guang Huang Di Zhao Fu Xiang >> .jpg
Daoguang Emperor born 16 September
Christoph Hawich born 17 September Selbstportrat Hawich CC.jpg
Christoph Hawich born 17 September
Stephen Price born 25 September Stephen Price, manager of Park Theatre and Drury Lane.png
Stephen Price born 25 September
Richard Peek born 3 October Richard Peek, Sheriff of London2.jpg
Richard Peek born 3 October
Charles Maclaren born 7 October Charles MacLaren by John Hutchison 1861.jpg
Charles Maclaren born 7 October
Steen Steensen Blicher born 11 October S Blicher.jpg
Steen Steensen Blicher born 11 October
Niccolo Paganini born 27 October NiccoloPaganini.jpeg
Niccolò Paganini born 27 October
Lorenzo Maria of Saint Francis Xavier born 30 October Salvi.jpg
Lorenzo Maria of Saint Francis Xavier born 30 October
F. J. Robinson born 1 November Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon by Sir Thomas Lawrence.jpg
F. J. Robinson born 1 November
John Pye born 7 November John Pye.jpg
John Pye born 7 November
Joseph Kornhausel born 13 November KORNHAUSEL, Josef Georg.jpg
Joseph Kornhäusel born 13 November
Sophie Swetchine born 22 November Sof'ia petro svechina 1816.jpg
Sophie Swetchine born 22 November
Karl Johann Bernhard Karsten born 26 November Carl Johann Bernhard Karsten.jpg
Karl Johann Bernhard Karsten born 26 November
Henry William Pickersgill born 3 December Henry William Pickersgill 1860s.jpg
Henry William Pickersgill born 3 December
Waleria Tarnowska born 9 December Del Frate Waleria Tarnowska.jpg
Waleria Tarnowska born 9 December
Charles Nicolas Fabvier born 10 December Portrait de Charles Nicolas Fabvier.jpg
Charles Nicolas Fabvier born 10 December
Hans Jakob Oeri born 16 December Hans Jakob Oeri - Selbstportrat 1810-1820.jpg
Hans Jakob Oeri born 16 December
Julius Vincenz von Krombholz born 19 December Julius Vincenz von Krombholz.jpg
Julius Vincenz von Krombholz born 19 December
Therese Brunetti born 24 December Brunetti, Therese.jpg
Therese Brunetti born 24 December
Philaret Drozdov born 26 December Filareto Drozdov.jpg
Philaret Drozdov born 26 December
Matthias Joseph de Noel born 28 December Joseph-de-Noel-1782-1849.jpg
Matthias Joseph de Noël born 28 December
Konstantin Bulgakov born 31 December Konstantin Bulgakov 1782 1835.jpg
Konstantin Bulgakov born 31 December

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King Taksin the Great of Thonburi
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William Crawford
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Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham
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Hyder Ali

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