February 1835 in history

February 1835 events chronologically

Feb 1 Slavery is abolished in Mauritius
Feb 14 The original Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, in the Latter Day Saint movement, is formed in Kirtland, Ohio
Feb 15 The first constitutional law in modern Serbia is adopted
Feb 20 Concepción, Chile is destroyed by an earthquake

Top 7 most famous people born in February 1835

Feb 4 A. V. Dicey Albert Venn "A. V." Dicey was a British jurist and constitutional theorist, and was the younger brother of Edward Dicey. He is most widely known as the author of An Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution. The principles it expounds are considered part of the uncodified British constitution. He was a graduate of Balliol College, Oxford, and became Vinerian Professor of English Law at Oxford and a leading constitutional scholar of his day. Dicey popularised the phrase "rule of law", although its use goes back to the 17th century
Feb 5 Friedrich August Theodor Winnecke a German astronomer.
Feb 13 Mirza Ghulam Ahmad the founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam.
Feb 15 Demetrius Vikelas a Greek businessman and writer; he was the first president of the International Olympic Committee , from 1894 to 1896.
Feb 24 Julius Vogel the eighth Premier of New Zealand. His administration is best remembered for the issuing of bonds to fund railway construction and other public works. He remains the only practising Jewish prime minister of New Zealand. Historian Warwick Armstrong assesses Vogel's strengths and weaknesses:
Feb 25 Matsukata Masayoshi a Japanese politician and the 4th and 6th Prime Minister of Japan.
Feb 25 Osbert Salvin an English naturalist, ornithologist, and herpetologist best known for co-authoring Biologia Centrali-Americana with Frederick DuCane Godman. This was a 52 volume encyclopedia on the natural history of Central America

Died in February 1835

Feb 8 Guillaume Dupuytren a French anatomist and military surgeon. Although he gained much esteem for treating Napoleon Bonaparte's hemorrhoids, he is best known today for Dupuytren's contracture which is named after him and which he described in 1831
Feb 15 Henry Hunt (politician) a British radical speaker and agitator remembered as a pioneer of working-class radicalism and an important influence on the later Chartist movement. He advocated parliamentary reform and the repeal of the Corn Laws