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

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1710

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  • In Sweden, the Royal Society of Sciences in Uppsala is founded as the Collegium curiosorum.
  • Explorer Juan Arias Diaz becomes the first non-Incan visitor to Choquequirao, an Inca site in Peru.
  • John Smithwick begins brewing Smithwick's ale at Kilkenny, Ireland (St. Francis Abbey Brewery).[5]
  • Alexis Littré, in his treatise Diverses observations anatomiques,Littre, A (1710). "Diverses observations anatomiques". Hist Acad Roy Sci. 17: 30–31. is the first physician to suggest the possibility of performing a lumbar colostomy for an obstruction of the colon.
  • Beijing becomes the largest city of the world, taking the lead from Istanbul.[6]
  • Jacob Christoph Le Blon, working in Amsterdam, invents a three-color printing process with red, blue, and yellow plates, a precursor of the modern CMYK printing process.

1711Edit

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1712Edit

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  • January 13 – A fire in London, described by some as the worst since the 1666 blaze almost 50 years earlier, starts on Thames Street when fireworks prematurely explode "in the house of Mr. Walker, and oil man"; more than 100 houses are consumed in the blaze, which continues over to Tower Street before it is controlled.[22]
  • February 11Tuscarora War: The Tuscarora and their allies sign a peace treaty with the Province of Carolina, and agree to move to a reservation near Lake Mattamuskeet, effectively ending the Tuscarora War. Large numbers of Tuscarora subsequently move to New York.
  • March 27Henry St John, 1st Viscount Bolingbroke, flees from Great Britain to France. His part in secret negotiations with France, leading to the Treaty of Utrecht, has cast suspicion on him in the eyes of the Whig government of Britain. He becomes secretary of state to the Pretender, James Edward Stuart.[23]
  • 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).

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