Historical Events in 1635

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  • Feb 10th Academie Francaise forms in Paris (by Cardinal Richelieu)
  • Apr 23rd Oldest US public institution, Boston Latin School founded
  • Apr 28th Virginia Gov John Harvey accused of treason & removed from office
  • May 19th France's First Minister, Cardinal Richelieu declares war on Spain (Franco-Spanish War 1635–59)
  • May 28th Zorilla's "El Desafio de Carlos V" premieres in Madrid
  • May 30th The Peace of Prague signed between the Habsburg Emperor Ferdinand II and the Electorate of Saxony (representing Protestant states of the Holy Roman Empire). It effectively ended the civil war aspect of the Thirty Years' War
  • Jun 28th French colony of Guadeloupe established in Caribbean
  • Jul 11th Armies of Savoye/Mantua/Parma occupy Milan
  • Jul 28th Spanish marshal Piccolomini conquerors Schenkenschans
  • Aug 3rd The third of the Tokugawa shoguns, Iemitsu, establishes the system of alternate attendance (sankin kotai) by which the feudal daimyō are required to spend one year at Edo Castle in Tokyo and one year back home at their feudal manor, while their families remained in Tokyo as virtual political hostages. (Traditional Japanese Date: June 21, 1635).
  • Aug 15th 1st recorded US hurricane hit the Plymouth Colony
  • Sep 12th Sweden & Poland sign ceasefire Treaty of Stuhmsdorf
  • Sep 18th Emperor Ferdinand II declares war on France

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Oct 9th Religious dissident Roger Williams banished from Mass Bay Colony

Theologian and Colonist Roger Williams
Theologian and Colonist
Roger Williams