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This Day in History - July 9

July 9 118 – Hadrian, Rome’s new emperor, makes his entry into the city 455 – Avitus, the Roman military commander in Gaul, becomes Emperor of the West 1553 – Maurice of Saxony is killed


This Day in History - July 8

July 8 1099 – Christian Crusaders march around Jerusalem as Muslims watch from within the city 1608 – The first French settlement at Quebec is established by Samuel de Champlain 1621 – Poet and


This Day in History - July 7

July 7 1307 – Edward I of England dies 1742 – A Spanish force invading Georgia runs headlong into the colony’s British defenders in a battle that decides the fate of the colony 1752 – Fre


This Day in History - July 6

July 6 1415 – Jan Hus, a Czech who spoke out against Church corruption, is burned at the stake as a heretic 1519 – Charles of Spain is elected Holy Roman emperor in Barcelona 1535 – Sir Thomas


This Day in History - July 5

July 5 1709 – French minister of finance, artist, Etienne de Silhouette, is born 1755 – Welsh actress, Sarah Siddons, is born 1775 – Continental Congress adopts the Olive Branch Petition, appea


This Day in History - July 4

July 4 1551 – Gregory Cromwell, 1st Baron Cromwell, dies 1712 – 12 slaves are executed for starting an uprising in New York that killed nine whites 1776 – The amended Declaration of Independenc


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