What Happened in July 1829

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Historical Events

  • Jul 4 Cornerstone laid for 2nd US mint at Chestnut and Juniper St, Philadelphia, the "Grecian Temple"
  • Jul 4 The first London bus "omnibus", operated by George Shillibeer, begins service between Marylebone Road and Bank Junction

Invention1st U.S. Typographer

Jul 23 William Austin Burt patents America's first "typographer" (typewriter)
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Famous Birthdays

  • Jul 4 Hermann Kotzschmar, German-American composer, born in Finsterwalde, Germany (d. 1909)
  • Jul 5 Ignacio Mariscal, Mexican lawyer and diplomat (Secretary of Foreign Affairs), born in Oaxaca, Mexico (d. 1910)
  • Jul 8 Pierre A Vicomte de Ponson du Terrail, French serial writer
  • Jul 16 Robert Brown Potter, American lawyer and Major General (Union Army), born in Schenectady, New York (d. 1887)
  • Jul 26 Auguste Beernaert, 14th Prime Minister of Belgium (1884-94) and Nobel Peace Prize laureate 1909, born in Ostend, Belgium (d. 1912)

Famous Deaths

  • Jul 23 Wojciech Boguslawski, Polish composer, dies at 72