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December 25 - Births
1700 – Leopold II of Anhalt-Dessau, Prussian general (d. 1758) 1711 – Jean Joseph de Mondonville, French composer (d. 1827) 1745 – Chevalier de Saint-Georges – "Black Mozart", African–French Swordsman, Soldier of Fortune, and Composer (d ...
June 17 - Births
1307) 1268 – Lord Borchard de Herle, English diplomat (d. 1663) 1658 – Diogo de Mendonça Corte-Real, Portuguese diplomat and statesman (d. 1762) 1714 – César-François Cassini de Thury, French astronomer (d ...
November 22 - Births
1672) 1643 – Robert Cavelier de La Salle, French explorer (d. 1687) 1690 – François Colin de Blamont, French composer (d. 1760) 1698 – Pierre de Rigaud, Canadian-born French Governor (d ...
February 6 - Births
1830) 1753 – Évariste de Parny, French poet (d. 1841) 1769 – Ludwig von Wallmoden-Gimborn, Austrian general (d ... von Radowitz, Prussian statesman and general (d ...
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    The following general definition of an animal: a system of different organic molecules that have combined with one another, under the impulsion of a sensation similar to an obtuse and muffled sense of touch given to them by the creator of matter as a whole, until each one of them has found the most suitable position for its shape and comfort.
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    The general review of the past tends to satisfy me with my political life. No man, I suppose, ever came up to his ideal. The first half [of] my political life was first to resist the increase of slavery and secondly to destroy it.... The second half of my political life has been to rebuild, and to get rid of the despotic and corrupting tendencies and the animosities of the war, and other legacies of slavery.
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