1630s

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The 1630s was a decade that began on January 1, 1630, and ended on December 31, 1639.

Events

1630

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1631

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1632

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1633

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1634

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April–June[edit]

  • April 1Nicholas II, Duke of Lorraine, who assumed the throne of the duchy on January 19 upon the abdication of his older brother Charles IV abdicates in favor of Charles.
  • April 14 – The Battle of Amritsar begins in India when Mughal Empire troops attempt to eliminate the Sikh religious leader, Guru Hargobind, by attacking Amritsar. The Sikh defenders hand the Mughal invaders an unprecedented defeat.
  • May 2 – With Albrecht Wallenstein having been eliminated, the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II personally takes command of the Imperial Army.
  • May 5 – King Charles I of England and Scotland first refers to the banner of the British Isles as the "Union Flag" in a proclamation that the flag shall not be used on any ships other than those "in our immediate Service and Pay, and none other." The term evolves into the description of the British flag as the "Union Jack".
  • June 14 – The Treaty of Polyanovka is signed between the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Tsardom of Russia, concluding the Smolensk War.

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October–December[edit]

  • October 11 – The Burchardi flood (also known as the second Grote Mandrenke) strikes the North Sea coast of Germany and Denmark, causing at least 8,000 deaths and perhaps as many as 12,000.
  • November 11 – The Irish House of Commons passes an Act for the Punishment of the Vice of Buggery.
  • December 8 – Francesco Niccolini obtains an audience with Pope Urban VIII and pleads him to reconsider the Church's punishment of astronomer Galileo Galilei. The Pope replies that although he esteems Galileo highly, nothing will change. [30]
  • December 16Gregorio Panzani, an emissary of Pope Urban VIII, is welcomed in England by King Charles I, [31] marking the first time since England's break with the Roman Catholic Church that a monarch has received an agent of the Vatican.

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1635

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1636

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1637


January–March[edit]

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1638

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1639

January–March[edit]

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Births

1630

1631

1632

1633

1634

1635

January,24th Birth of Welsh corsair Henry Morgan.

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1636

1637

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1639

Deaths

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1631

1632

1633

1634

Hendrick Avercamp

1635

1636

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