1822 in France
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Events from the year 1822 in France.
- 20 October - Congress of Verona, at which Russia, Austria and Prussia approve French intervention in Spain.
- 8 February - Maxime Du Camp, writer and photographer (died 1894).
- 4 March - Jules Antoine Lissajous, mathematician (died 1880).
- 8 March - Charles Frédéric Girard, biologist (died 1895).
- 11 March - Joseph Louis François Bertrand, mathematician (died 1900).
- 7 May - André Garin, missionary and parish priest (died 1895).
- 20 May - Frédéric Passy, economist, joint winner (with Henry Dunant) of first Nobel Peace Prize, 1901 (died 1912).
- 26 May - Edmond de Goncourt, writer, critic and book publisher (died 1896).
- 19 October - Louis-Nicolas Ménard, man of letters (died 1901).
- 27 December - Louis Pasteur, chemist and microbiologist (died 1895).
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- Delphine Delamare, housewife and suicide (died 1848).
- Gabriel-Hippolyte Destailleur, architect (died 1893).
- Maurice Jean Auguste Girard, entomologist (died 1886).
- 3 March - Abraham-Joseph Bénard, actor (born 1750).
- 19 March - Valentin Haüy, founder of the first school for the blind (born 1745).
- 10 May - Roch-Ambroise Cucurron Sicard, abbé and instructor of deaf-mutes (born 1742).
- 3 June - René Just Haüy, mineralogist (born 1743).
- 2 August - Thomas de Treil de Pardailhan, nobleman and soldier (born 1754).
- 19 August - Jean Baptiste Joseph Delambre, mathematician and astronomer (born 1749).
- 16 September - Auguste Jean Ameil, Brigade General (born 1776).
- 6 November - Claude Louis Berthollet, chemist and senator (born 1748).
- 10 December - Bertrand Andrieu, medal engraver (born 1761).