8 December 1880 in a sentence
1. The conflict led to the so-called revolution of 1881, when revolutionaries assaulted the house of the syndic on 8 December 1880, and established the Provisional Revolutionary Council led by Joan Pla i Calvo and Pere Baró i Mas.
2. Starting on 8 December 1880 at Paardekraal, a farm to the south-west of Pretoria, 10,000 Boers congregated—the largest recorded meeting of white people in South Africa up to that time.
3. Their only child, Douglas, was born on 8 December 1880.
4. 8 December 1880) was a politician and jurist of New Brunswick, Canada.
5. Edmund Hinkly (12 January 1817 – 8 December 1880) was an English professional cricketer, most notable for being the first man known to have taken all ten wickets in a first-class cricket innings in an eleven-a-side game.
6. Josef Kyrle (8 December 1880 – 30 March 1926) was an Austrian pathologist and dermatologist who was a native of Schärding.
7. Alfred Edward Gay "Rosie" Dummett (8 December 1880 – 1 May 1955) was an Australian rules footballer who played for the Collingwood Football Club in the VFL during the early 1900s.
8. The son of Henry Peter James Dummett (1857-1921), and Jessie Adeline Dummett (1856-1928), née Rouse, and known as "Rosie" due to his rosy red cheeks, Alf Dummett was born in Fitzroy on 8 December 1880.
9. David Revell "Darkie" Bedell-Sivright (8 December 1880 – 5 September 1915) was a Scottish international rugby union forward who captained both Scotland and the British Isles.
10. The southern line was extended to Millhill on 9 January 1871, and across the Condamine River to and Cherry Gully on 8 December 1880;
11. Sukhlal Sanghvi (8 December 1880 – 2 March 1978), also known as Pandit Sukhlalji, was a Jain scholar and philosopher.
12. Sukhlal was born in the village of Limli village of Surendranagar district, Gujarat on 8 December 1880 (fifth day of the bright day of the month of Margshirsh in Vikram Samvat 1937).
13. Franz Breithaupt (8 December 1880 – 29 April 1945) was a German SS functionary during the Nazi era.
14. Breithaupt was born in Berlin on 8 December 1880.
15. Richard Lynch Cotton (14 August 1794 – 8 December 1880) was a British vicar and academic administrator at the University of Oxford.
16. It was given in English at the Haymarket Theatre in London on 18 June 1851 (as The Cadi, or Amours among Moors) and in Manchester on 8 December 1880.
17. Ġużepp Portelli (8 December 1880 - 7 March 1949) was a Maltese Roman Catholic prelate who founded the present Ta' Pinu Basilica in Gozo.
18. Ġużepp (Joseph) Portelli was born in Għarb on 8 December 1880 to Luiġi Portelli and Marianna Cauchi.
19. He was born in Switzerland on 8 December 1880 the son of Dr Arthur Bolles Lee.
20. Smyth married the Honourable Diana Bosville Macdonald (12 April 1812 – 8 December 1880), daughter of Godfrey Macdonald, 3rd Baron Macdonald of Sleat, on 25 April 1837.
21. Charles Jastrow Mendelsohn (8 December 1880 - 27 September 1939) was an American cryptographer and classicist.
22. it was opened by John Rhodes, the Mayor of Wakefield, on 8 December 1880.
23. A mass gathering was proposed for 8 January 1881 at Paardekraal (now Krugersdorp) for the Transvaal Boers were a decision would be made as to how they should proceed, if at all to independence, but this date was brought forward to 8 December 1880.
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