The 1710s decade ran from January 1, 1710, to December 31, 1719.

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1715

For dates within Great Britain and the British Empire, as well as in the Russian Empire, the "old style" Julian calendar was used in 1715, and can be converted to the "new style" Gregorian calendar (adopted in the British Empire in 1752 and in Russia in 1923) by adding 11 days.

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  • April 1 – The Battle of Gurdas Nangal begins during the Mughal-Sikh Wars in India, as the Mughal Army begins an eight-month siege of a fortress near Gurdaspur (in what is now the Punjab state), where Sikh General Banda Singh Bahadur and 1,250 of his men have fled. The siege ends on December 7 when the 750 survivors, including Banda Singh, are captured. By June 1716, most of the Sikh prisoners have been tortured, killed and executed, with Banda Singh dying on June 9.
  • April 15 – In the British colonial Province of South Carolina, the Yamasee Confederation launches an attack on English settlements in disputed territory on Good Friday, launching the two-year long Yamasee War. The day before, agents Thomas Nairne, William Bray and Samuel Warner had participated in peace negotiations with the Yamasee at Pocotaligo. [41] Bray and Warner are killed that day, while Nairne is tortured to death and dies on April 17.
  • April 24 – The Battle of Fehmarn takes place in the Baltic Sea as part of the Great Northern War. Ten warships of Denmark, under the command of Christian Gabel, overwhelm a force of Swedish Navy ships led by Carl Wachtmeister. By the time the battle ends the next day, five Swedish ships and 1,626 crewmen have been captured, and another 353 killed. The Danish navy suffers 65 deaths. [42]
  • May 3 – A total solar eclipse is seen across southern England, Sweden and Finland (the last total eclipse visible in London for almost 900 years). English astronomer Edmond Halley (who is using the old style Julian calendar date of April 22) records the first observation noted of the phenomenon of "Baily's beads", in which higher elevations on the moon can be observed obscuring portions of the light moments before and after totality.
  • May 28Rioting begins in England on the birthday of King George I as supporters of the Old Pretender, James of the House of Stuart, begin mass protesting against the rule of the House of Hanover, near London in the towns of Smithfield and Highgate, and the Cheapside financial district in London.
  • June 9King Philip, ruler of the Kingdom of Castile and the Kingdom of Aragon unifies the two governments into a single state, centralizing rule of a unified Kingdom of Spain.
  • June 22 – Tsar Peter I of Russia witnesses the attempt of 45 Dutch and English ships to enter the small harbor at Saint Petersburg and decides that additional harbors are necessary for Russia to be able import Western goods.
  • June 29 – Britain's Treason Act 1714 takes effect, providing for forfeiture to the British Crown of property owned by any person convicted of treason in the Kingdom. The Act remains in effect until June 24, 1718.

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Births

1710

 
Jakob Langebek born 23 January
 
Louis XV of France born 15 February
 
György Klimó born 4 April
 
Peter Anton von Verschaffelt born 8 May
 
John Cruger Jr. born 18 July
 
William Heberden born 13 August
 
Abraham Trembley born 3 September
 
Anne-Marie du Boccage born 22 October
 
Adam Gottlob Moltke born 10 November
 
Paolo Renier born 21 November
 
Carlo Bertinazzi born 2 December

1711

 
Charles Sackville, 2nd Duke of Dorset born 6 February
 
Samuel Gotthold Lange born 22 March
 
Paul II Anton, Prince Esterházy born 22 April
 
Eleazar Wheelock born 22 April
 
Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont born 26 April
 
David Hume born 26 April
 
Daniel Liénard de Beaujeu born 19 August
 
Henry Muhlenberg born 6 September
 
Charles Holmes (Royal Navy officer) born 19 September
 
Qianlong Emperor born 25 September
 
Daniel Parke Custis born 15 October
 
Robert Hay Drummond born 10 November

1712

 
Ludwig van Beethoven (1712–1773) born 5 January
 
Frederick the Great born 24 January
 
Tokugawa Ieshige born 28 January
 
Nasir Jung born 26 February
 
Louis-Joseph de Montcalm born 28 February
 
Empress Xiaoxianchun born 28 March
 
Devasahayam Pillai born 23 April
 
Thomas Cotes (Royal Navy officer) born 4 June
 
Benjamin Ingham born 11 June
 
George Grenville born 14 October
 
John Thomas (bishop of Rochester) born 14 October
 
Joanna Elisabeth of Holstein-Gottorp born 24 October
 
Francesco Algarotti born 11 December
 
Peter Boehler born 31 December

1713

 
Marie Dumesnil born 2 January
 
Gang Se-hwang born 25 January
 
Diane Adélaïde de Mailly-Nesle born 11 February
 
Domènec Terradellas born 13 February
 
Anna Maria Elvia born 20 February
 
Gian Carlo Passeroni born 8 March
 
Nicolas-Louis de Lacaille born 15 March
 
Luise Gottsched born 11 April
 
Pierre Jélyotte born 13 April
 
Edward Wortley Montagu born 15 May
 
Georg Anton Urlaub born 20 June
 
Anna Rosina de Gasc born 10 July
 
Jacques-Germain Soufflot born 22 July
 
Princess Elisabeth Albertine of Saxe-Hildburghausen born 4 August
 
Imperial Noble Consort Shujia born 14 September
 
Denis Diderot born 5 October
 
Marie Fel born 24 October
 
Abraham Bäck born 9 December

1714

 
Christoph Willibald Gluck
 
Alaungpaya
 
Hedvig Taube

1715

 
Charles-Nicolas Cochin
 
Claude Adrien Helvétius
 
Queen Elisabeth Christine

1716 * January 1Joshua Loring, colonial American captain in British service (d. 1781), Gaspar de Portola, Spanish California Expedition (d.1786)

 
Charles III of Spain
 
Lancelot Brown

1717

 
Maria Theresa of Austria
 
Johann Joachim Winckelmann

1718

 
Infanta Mariana Victoria of Spain

1719

 
Jacques-Alexandre Laffon de Ladebat born 2 January
 
Guillaume de Barrême de Châteaufort born 6 January
 
Joseph Liesganig born 13 February
 
Ferdinand Christoph Oetinger born 18 February
 
John Hawkins born 29 March
 
Johann Wilhelm Ludwig Gleim born 2 April
 
Reza Qoli Mirza Afshar born 5 April
 
Christian Gottfried Krause born 17 April
 
Charlotte of Monaco born 19 May
 
Julia von Mengden born 22 May
 
Giuseppe Toaldo born 11 July
 
Frances Boscawen born 23 July
 
Johann Gottlob Lehmann born 4 August
 
Robert Glynn born 5 August
 
Itakura Katsuzumi born 13 August
 
Louis-Alexandre de Cessart born 25 August
 
Abraham Gotthelf Kästner born 27 September
 
François Poulletier de la Salle born 30 September
 
Leopold Mozart born 14 November
 
Johann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkopf born 23 November
 
Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha born 30 November
 
George Campbell born 25 December

Deaths

1710

 
Ole Rømer

1711

 
Joseph Vaz
 
Louis, Grand Dauphin

1712

 
Jan van der Heyden
 
Richard Cromwell
 
Giovanni Domenico Cassini

1713

 
Arcangelo Corelli died 8 January
 
Michael II Apafi died 1 February
 
Jahandar Shah died 12 February
 
Anne Clausdatter died 11 April
 
Dorothea Marie of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg died 18 April
 
Thomas Sprat died 20 May
 
Georg Otho died 28 May
 
Henry Compton (bishop) died 7 July
 
Atanasie Anghel died 19 August
 
Jacob van Oost the Younger died 29 September
 
Salomon van Til died 31 October
 
Elizabeth Barry died 7 November
 
Thomas Tompion died 20 November

1714

 
Prince Mamia III Gurieli
 
Eugen Alexander Franz
 
Anthony Ulrich, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
 
Charles, Duke of Berry
 
Anne, Queen of Great Britain
 
Christoffel Pierson
 
Pedro, Prince of Brazil

1715

 
François Fénelon
 
Perizonius
 
Louis XIV of France

1716 * January 1William Wycherley, English playwright (b. 1641)[130]

 
Painting by Ogata Kōrin.
 
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

1717

 
Maria Sibylla Merian
 
Jeanne Guyon

1718

 
Mary of Modena
 
Charles XII of Sweden

1719

 
Sophie Amalie Moth died 17 January
 
Tikhon Streshnev died 26 January
 
Peeter van Bredael died 9 March
 
Jean-Baptiste de La Salle died 7 April
 
Françoise d'Aubigné died 15 April
 
Peter Petrovich died 19 April
 
Farrukhsiyar died 28 April
 
Lucia Wijbrants died 23 May
 
Rafi ud-Darajat died 6 June
 
Marie Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans died 21 July
 
Arp Schnitger died 28 July
 
Date Tsunamura died 5 August
 
Shah Jahan II died 18 September
 
Johannes Jacobus Rau died 18 September
 
Magdalena Sibylla died 22 September
 
Margaret Hughes died 1 October
 
Yamamoto Tsunetomo died 30 November
 
Philip of Spain died 29 December
 
John Flamsteed died 31 December

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