1830 in Belgium

Events in the year 1830 in Belgium.

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1830
in
Belgium

Decades:
See also:Other events of 1830
List of years in Belgium

IncumbentsEdit

Monarch: William I of the Netherlands (to 4 October)

EventsEdit

 
Gustave Wappers Episode of the September Days 1830 (1835)
August
September
October
  • October – Garde Civique formed to maintain public order
  • 4 October – Provisional government proclaims Belgian independence.[1][2]
  • 17 October – Decree of the provisional government prohibiting importation of jenever from the Netherlands.[3]
  • 27 October – Belgian forces take Antwerp; Dutch forces bombard the city from Antwerp Citadel.[1]
November
December
  • 26 December – The five powers represented in the London Conference (Austria, Britain, France, Prussia, Russia) recognise Belgian independence.[1]

PublicationsEdit

  • Almanach du commerce du royaume des Pays-Bas: Bruxelles et ses environs (Brussels, Grignon)[5]
  • Promenades dans Bruxelles et ses environs (Brussels, Berthot)[6]
  • Vade Mecum, ou description de Bruxelles et ses environs (Brussels, C. J. De Mat)[7]

BirthsEdit

DeathsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c William Henry Overall, The dictionary of chronology, or historical and statistical register (London, 1870), p. 76.
  2. ^ Richard Nelsson (7 October 2020). "The Birth of Belgium – Archive, 1830". The Guardian.
  3. ^ Eric Van Schoonenberghe, Alcohol tijdens de negentiende eeuw: Biotechnologie in volle evolutie (Snoeck, 2012), pp. 24-25.
  4. ^ https://unionisme.be/cn18301110.htm
  5. ^ On Google Books
  6. ^ On Google Books
  7. ^ On Google Books