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*[[1713]] - [[Denis Diderot]], French philosopher and encylopedist (d. [[1784]]) *[[1713]] - [[Denis Diderot]], French philosopher and encylopedist (d. [[1784]])
-*[[1715]] - [[Victor de Riqueti, marquis de Mirabeau]], French economist (d. [[1789]]) 
-*[[1717]] - [[Marie-Anne de Mailly-Nesle duchess de Châteauroux]], French mistress of King [[Louis XV of France]] (d. [[1744]]) 
-*[[1781]] - [[Bernard Bolzano]], Czech mathematician and philosopher (d. [[1848]]) 
-*[[1792]] - [[Joseph Crosfield]], English soap and alkali manufacturer (d. [[1844]]) 
-*[[1795]] - [[Alexander Keith]], Scottish-born Canadian brewer (d. [[1873]]) 
-*[[1820]] - [[David Wilber]], American politician (d. [[1890]]) 
-*[[1824]] - [[Henry Chadwick (baseball writer)|Henry Chadwick]], English-born American baseball writer and statistician (d. [[1908]]) 
-*[[1829]] - [[Chester A. Arthur]], 21st [[President of the United States]] (d.[[1886]]) 
-*[[1848]] - [[Guido von List]], German writer (d. [[1919]]) 
-*[[1850]] - [[Sergey Muromtsev]], Russian lawyer and politician, and President of the First Imperial Duma (d. [[1910]]) 
*[[1864]] - [[Louis Lumière]], French film pioneer (d. [[1948]]) *[[1864]] - [[Louis Lumière]], French film pioneer (d. [[1948]])
*[[1878]] - [[Louise Dresser]], American actress (d. [[1965]]) *[[1878]] - [[Louise Dresser]], American actress (d. [[1965]])

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Notes

  • Neil Postman
  1. Denis Diderot
  2. Jean Vigo
  3. Sylvia Beach
  4. Al Hansen
  5. Clive Barker
  6. Woodrow Parfrey
  7. Peter Ackroyd
  8. Ben Barenholtz
  9. John Addington Symonds
  10. Joachim Patinir
  11. Laura Gemser
  • Jan Lenica
  • Auguste and Louis Lumière
  • Jacques Offenbach
  • Monty Python





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