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1798 in various calendars
Gregorian calendar 1798
MDCCXCVIII
French Republican calendar 6–7
Ab urbe condita 2551
Armenian calendar 1247
ԹՎ ՌՄԽԷ
Assyrian calendar 6548
Balinese saka calendar 1719–1720
Bengali calendar 1205
Berber calendar 2748
British Regnal year 38  Geo. 3   39  Geo. 3
Buddhist calendar 2342
Burmese calendar 1160
Byzantine calendar 7306–7307
Chinese calendar 丁巳年 (Fire  Snake)
4495 or 4288
     to 
戊午年 (Earth  Horse)
4496 or 4289
Coptic calendar 1514–1515
Discordian calendar 2964
Ethiopian calendar 1790–1791
Hebrew calendar 5558–5559
Hindu calendars
 - Vikram Samvat 1854–1855
 - Shaka Samvat 1719–1720
 - Kali Yuga 4898–4899
Holocene calendar 11798
Igbo calendar 798–799
Iranian calendar 1176–1177
Islamic calendar 1212–1213
Japanese calendar Kansei 10
(寛政10年)
Javanese calendar 1724–1725
Julian calendar Gregorian minus 11 days
Korean calendar 4131
Minguo calendar 114 before ROC
民前114年
Nanakshahi calendar 330
Thai solar calendar 2340–2341
Tibetan calendar 阴火蛇年
(female Fire-Snake)
1924 or 1543 or 771
     to 
阳土马年
(male Earth-Horse)
1925 or 1544 or 772
February 15: English troops enter Rome. Entree de l'Armee francaise a Rome - Hippolyte Lecomte.png
February 15: English troops enter Rome.
August 1: Battle of the Nile. Luny Thomas Battle Of The Nile August 1st 1798 At 10pm.jpg
August 1: Battle of the Nile.

1798 (MDCCXCVIII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar  and a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar, the 1798th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 798th year of the 2nd millennium, the 98th year of the 18th century, and the 9th year of the 1790s decade. As of the start of 1798, the Gregorian calendar was 11days ahead of the Julian calendar, which remained in localized use until 1923.

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Robley Dunglison born 4 January
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Marie Dorval born 6 January
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Isaac da Costa born 14 January
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Joshua King born 16 January
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André Friedrich born 17 January
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Jane Williams born 21 January
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Charles Davies (professor) born 22 January
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Henry Addison (mayor) born 24 January
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Richard William Jelf born 25 January
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Thekchok Dorje, 14th Karmapa Lama born 27 January
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Ana Gruzinskaya Tolstaya born 31 January
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John Cochrane (chess player) born 4 February
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Bolette Puggaard born 7 February
Harriet Waylett born 7 February Harriet Waylett Rogers.jpg
Harriet Waylett born 7 February
Johann Schroth born 11 February Johann Schroth.jpg
Johann Schroth born 11 February
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Heinrich Beitzke born 15 February
Friedrich Eduard Beneke born 17 February Friedrich Eduard Beneke.jpg
Friedrich Eduard Beneke born 17 February
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Ann Agnes Trail born 17 February
Johann Jakob Ulrich born 28 February Portratfoto von Johann Jakob Ulrich.jpg
Johann Jakob Ulrich born 28 February
Princess Louise of Anhalt-Dessau born 1 March Luise Friederike von Anhalt-Dessau (1798-1858).jpg
Princess Louise of Anhalt-Dessau born 1 March
Gregory VI of Constantinople born 1 March Patriarch Gregory VI of Constantinople.jpg
Gregory VI of Constantinople born 1 March
Udagawa Yoan born 9 March UtagawaYoan.jpg
Udagawa Yōan born 9 March
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Thomas Fremantle, 1st Baron Cottesloe born 11 March
Elizabeth Goodridge born 12 March Elizabeth Goodridge c1870.jpg
Elizabeth Goodridge born 12 March
Abigail Fillmore born 13 March Abigail Powers Fillmore.jpg
Abigail Fillmore born 13 March
Daniel Frederik Eschricht born 18 March Eschricht, Daniel Friedrich.jpg
Daniel Frederik Eschricht born 18 March
Gustav Rose born 18 March Gustav Rose.jpg
Gustav Rose born 18 March
Luise Hensel born 30 March Luise hensel.jpg
Luise Hensel born 30 March
August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben born 2 April Hoffmann von Fallersleben.jpg
August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben born 2 April
Marie Amelie Cogniet born 5 April Portrait of Marie Amelie Cogniet by Leon Cogniet.jpg
Marie Amélie Cogniet born 5 April
James Beckwourth born 6 April James Beckwourth.jpg
James Beckwourth born 6 April
Ramon de la Sagra born 8 April Ramon de la sagra.jpg
Ramón de la Sagra born 8 April
Arphaxed Loomis born 9 April Arphaxed Loomis.jpg
Arphaxed Loomis born 9 April
Fanny Gulick born 16 April Fanny Hinckley Thomas Gulick.jpg
Fanny Gulick born 16 April
Antonio Rolla born 18 April Antonio-rolla.jpg
Antonio Rolla born 18 April
William Edmond Logan born 20 April William Logan.jpg
William Edmond Logan born 20 April
Adolf von Rauch born 22 April Adolf von Rauch 1815 von Carl Doerr.jpg
Adolf von Rauch born 22 April
Claire Clairmont born 27 April Claire Clairmont, by Amelia Curran.jpg
Claire Clairmont born 27 April
William Mercer Green born 2 May The Rt. Rev. William Mercer Green (cropped).jpg
William Mercer Green born 2 May
Charles Kana`ina born 4 May Kanaina painting.jpg
Charles Kanaʻina born 4 May
Alphonse Perin born 12 May Alphonse Perin-Autoportrait.jpg
Alphonse Périn born 12 May
Ellis Lewis born 16 May Ellis Lewis.jpg
Ellis Lewis born 16 May
William Branwhite Clarke born 2 June William Branwhite Clark, c. 1875 pxa 1023.jpg
William Branwhite Clarke born 2 June
Niels Laurits Hoyen born 4 June Niels Laurits Hoyen (Wilhelm Marstrand).jpg
Niels Laurits Høyen born 4 June
Eugene Joseph Verboeckhoven born 9 June Eugene Verboeckhoven Selbstportrat 1854.jpg
Eugène Joseph Verboeckhoven born 9 June
Frantisek Palacky born 14 June Jan Vilimek - Frantisek Palacky 2.jpg
František Palacký born 14 June
Nabeshima Naotomo born 16 June Nabeshima Naotomo(Lian Chi Fan Zhu ).jpg
Nabeshima Naotomo born 16 June
McDonald Clarke born 18 June McDonald Clarke - Appleton's cyclopaedia.jpg
McDonald Clarke born 18 June
Jan Valerian Jirsik born 19 June Jan Valerian Jirsik Vilimek.jpg
Jan Valerián Jirsík born 19 June
Walter Hilliard Bidwell born 21 June Walter Hilliard Bidwell.jpg
Walter Hilliard Bidwell born 21 June
Ditlev Blunck born 22 June Ditlev Blunck, Selvportraet som friskarer, 1848, 0214NMK, Nivaagaards Malerisamling.jpg
Ditlev Blunck born 22 June
Harriet Bradford Tiffany Stewart born 24 June Portrait of Harriet Bradford Tiffany Stewart.png
Harriet Bradford Tiffany Stewart born 24 June
Wolfgang Menzel born 26 June Wolfgang Menzel 01.jpg
Wolfgang Menzel born 26 June
Gustav Adolf Michaelis born 9 July Karl Christian Aubel - Portrait Gustav Adolf Michaelis.jpg
Gustav Adolf Michaelis born 9 July
Cyrus Bryant born 12 July Cyrus Bryant.jpg
Cyrus Bryant born 12 July
Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia) born 13 July Aleksandra Fiodorovna - Imperatritsa Rossiiskoi imperii.jpg
Alexandra Feodorovna (Charlotte of Prussia) born 13 July
Alessandro Antonelli born 14 July Alessandro-Antonelli.jpg
Alessandro Antonelli born 14 July
Gabriele Smargiassi born 22 July Gabriele smargiassi.jpg
Gabriele Smargiassi born 22 July
Albert Knapp born 25 July Albert Knapp.jpg
Albert Knapp born 25 July
Carl Blechen born 29 July Karl Blechen.jpg
Carl Blechen born 29 July
Prosper Duvergier de Hauranne born 3 August Prosper Duvergier de Hauranne (1798-1881).jpg
Prosper Duvergier de Hauranne born 3 August
Walker Lewis born 3 August Quaku Walker Lewis.jpg
Walker Lewis born 3 August
Mirabeau B. Lamar born 16 August Mirabeaulamar 2.jpg
Mirabeau B. Lamar born 16 August
Alfred Ollivant (bishop) born 16 August Bp Alfred Ollivant.jpg
Alfred Ollivant (bishop) born 16 August
Jules Michelet born 21 August Jules Michelet par Thomas Couture (cropped).jpg
Jules Michelet born 21 August
Sardar Singh of Udaipur born 29 August Maharana Sardar Singh of Udaipur riding an elephant.jpg
Sardar Singh of Udaipur born 29 August
Archduchess Maria Luisa of Austria born 30 August Arciduchessa Maria Luigia d'Austria, princesa di Toscana (cropped).jpg
Archduchess Maria Luisa of Austria born 30 August
Virginie Dejazet born 30 August Pauline Virginie Dejazet.jpg
Virginie Déjazet born 30 August
Sophie Esterhazy born 5 September Sophie Esterhazy Litho.jpg
Sophie Esterházy born 5 September
Kujo Hisatada born 5 September Kujo Hisatada.jpg
Kujō Hisatada born 5 September
Samuel Friedrich Hassel born 9 September Samuel Friedrich Hassel Hampelmann.jpg
Samuel Friedrich Hassel born 9 September
Philipp Schey von Koromla born 20 September Philipp Schey von Koromla.jpg
Philipp Schey von Koromla born 20 September
Takashima Shuhan born 24 September Takashima Shuhan.jpg
Takashima Shūhan born 24 September
Louis Alphonse de Brebisson born 25 September Louis Alphonse de Brebisson.jpg
Louis Alphonse de Brébisson born 25 September
Etelka Szapary born 26 September Barabas Portrait of Etelka Szapary 1838-42.jpg
Etelka Szapáry born 26 September
Bonaventura Genelli born 28 September James Marshall Portrait of Bonaventura Genelli.jpg
Bonaventura Genelli born 28 September
Ange Paulin Terver born 4 October Ange Paulin Terver.jpg
Ange Paulin Terver born 4 October
John Byington born 8 October John Byington.jpg
John Byington born 8 October
Ida Arenhold born 11 October Ida Arenhold.jpg
Ida Arenhold born 11 October
Pedro I of Brazil born 12 October DpedroI-brasil-full.jpg
Pedro I of Brazil born 12 October
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Jesse Olney born 12 October
Herman Wilhelm Bissen born 13 October Bissen.jpg
Herman Wilhelm Bissen born 13 October
Lukasz Baraniecki born 14 October Lukasz Baraniecki.jpg
Łukasz Baraniecki born 14 October
Levi Coffin born 28 October Levi coffin.JPG
Levi Coffin born 28 October
Antonio Cabral Bejarano born 31 October Antonio Cabral Bejarano - Autoportrait.jpg
Antonio Cabral Bejarano born 31 October
Henriette Meric-Lalande born 4 November Henriette Meric-Lalande.jpg
Henriette Méric-Lalande born 4 November
Marie-Caroline of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Berry born 5 November La Duchesse de Berry.jpg
Marie-Caroline of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Berry born 5 November
Eliza, Lady Darling born 10 November Eliza Darling.jpg
Eliza, Lady Darling born 10 November
John Amory Lowell born 11 November JohnAmoryLowell.jpg
John Amory Lowell born 11 November
Abel Hugo born 15 November Duvidal de Montferrier - Abel Hugo (1798-1865).jpg
Abel Hugo born 15 November
Therese Grob born 16 November Therese Grob.JPG
Therese Grob born 16 November
Angeliki Palli born 22 November Angelica Palli Bartolommei.jpg
Angeliki Palli born 22 November
Hannah Simpson Grant born 23 November Hannah Simpson Grant.jpg
Hannah Simpson Grant born 23 November
Alonzo Morphy born 23 November Alonzo Morphy.jpg
Alonzo Morphy born 23 November
Cora Millet-Robinet born 28 November Cora par Hippolyte Bruyeres cropped.jpg
Cora Millet-Robinet born 28 November
Frederic Carpenter Skey born 1 December Frederic Carpenter Skey.jpg
Frederic Carpenter Skey born 1 December
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Alexandre-Marie Colin born 5 December
James Henry (poet) born 13 December James Henry 1798-1876.jpg
James Henry (poet) born 13 December
Joseph R. Walker born 13 December Joseph Walker circa 1860 by Mathew Brady.jpg
Joseph R. Walker born 13 December
Heinrich Smidt born 18 December Heinrich Smidt by Adolf von Menzel.jpeg
Heinrich Smidt born 18 December
Paul (dancer) born 21 December Paul & Mme Anatole.jpg
Paul (dancer) born 21 December
William Clarke born 24 December William Clarke cricketer.jpg
William Clarke born 24 December
Adam Mickiewicz born 24 December Adam Mickiewicz wedlug dagerotypu paryskiego z 1842 roku.jpg
Adam Mickiewicz born 24 December
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Catherine Grace Godwin born 25 December

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Giacomo Casanova
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Wolfe Tone

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