the decade from 1750 to 1759
Hypernyms: ↑decade, ↑decennary, ↑decennium

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  • 1750s in South Africa — See also: 1740s in South Africa, other events of 1750s, 1760s in South Africa and the Timeline of South African history. Events1751* 30 March Ryk Tulbagh is appointed Governor of the Cape1754* A population count shows that there were 5,510… …   Wikipedia

  • 1750s in archaeology — The decade of the 1750s in archaeology involved some significant events.Explorations* 1755: At Bath, England, when the Priory or Abbey house is demolished and the foundations are cleared, stone coffins, bones of various animals, and other things… …   Wikipedia

  • 1750s in Wales — This article is about the particular significance of the decade 1750 1759 to Wales and its people. Incumbents*Prince of Wales **Frederick, Prince of Wales (to March 31, 1751) **George, Prince of Wales (from April 20, 1751) *Princess of Wales… …   Wikipedia

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  • Jean-Philippe Rameau — (pronounced|ʒɑ̃filip ʀaˈmo in French) (September 25, 1683 – September 12, 1764) was one of the most important French composers and music theorists of the Baroque era. He replaced Jean Baptiste Lully as the dominant composer of French opera and is …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Arne — (1740 or 1741 14 January 1786) was an English composer, harpsichordist, organist, singer, and actor. He was the son of composer Thomas Arne and lauded soprano Cecilia Young, the latter of which belonged to the famous Young family of musicians of… …   Wikipedia

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