Historical Events for Year 1634
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Jan 24th - Emperor Ferdinand II declares Albrecht von Wallenstein a traitor
Feb 17th - William Prynne tried in Star Chamber for publishing "Histrio-masti
Feb 18th - Ferdinand II orders commander Albrecht von Wallenstein, execution
Feb 19th - Battle at Smolensk: Polish king Wladyslaw IV beats Russians [NS=Mar 1]
Feb 25th - Irish captain Walter Devereaux kills duke Wallenstein
Mar 1st - Battle at Smolensk: Polish King Wladyslaw IV beats Russians
Mar 3rd - 1st tavern in Boston opens (Samuel Cole)
Mar 13th - Academie Francaise opens
Mar 25th - Under charter granted to Lord Baltimore and led by his brother Leonard Calvert first settlers found Catholic colony of Maryland
Apr 6th - Heeren XIX asks "to secure Eylands Curacao"
May 4th - Johan van Walbeecks fleet departs to West-Indies
May 31st - US colony Massachusetts Bay annexes Maine colony
Jun 14th - Russia & Poland sign Peace treaty of Polianov
Jul 4th - The city of Trois-Rivières is founded in New France, later to become the Canadian province of Quebec.
Jul 6th - Johan van Walbeecks ships bypass St-Anna Bay, Curacao
Jul 29th - Dutch fleet under Johannes van Walbeeck lands on Curacao
Aug 18th - Urbain Grandier, accused and convicted of sorcery, is burned alive in Loudun, France.
Aug 26th - Battle at Nordlingen Bavarian: emperor Ferdinand II & Spain beat Sweden & German protestants
Aug 27th - Battle of Nordingen-Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar, loses Duchy of Francomia
Sep 5th - -6] Battle at Nordlingen: King Ferdinand III & Spain beat Sweden & German protestants
Sep 6th - Battle at Nordlingen ends in Swedish/protestant German defeat
Oct 11th - the Burchardi flood — "the second Grote Mandrenke" killed around 15,000 men in North Friesland, Denmark and Germany.
Oct 19th - Beach Island in North sea destroyed by a heavy storm flood
King of England King Charles I Oct 20th - English King Charles I disbands new "Ship Money" tax
Nov 11th - Following pressure from Anglican bishop John Atherton, the Irish House of Commons passes "An Act for the Punishment for the Vice of Buggery".