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    add to posts 319, 328 : 6 septembre 1726-octobre 1731, mission de Théodore Chevignard de Chavigny en Allemagne (*3 avril 1687, Beaune +1771, Paris),: d'après ses mémoires inédits et sa correspondance politique, conserves aux archives du Ministère des affaires étrangères ..., 1911

    and Mr Thomas Robinson,( 1st Baron Grantham, KB, PC * 1695)

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    Charles VI, Veracini and Predieri were ...

    ...all actually born June 1688!

    23 septembre 1711 born, propably in Narbonne Occitania, Louis Nicolas Victor de Félix d'Ollières,(+10 oct 1775) comte du Muy, Surnom Maréchal de Muy


    18 Oct 1711 Luca Antonio Predieri (13 September 1688 – 3 January 1767) La virtù in trionfo o sia La Griselda (The triumph of virtue, or Griselda) dramma per musica in three acts, libretto by Tomaso Stanzani after Apostolo Zeno, premiered Bologna, Teatro Marsigli-Rossi, (score lost apart from the aria "Fa' di me ciò che ti piace")

    December 12 – A constitution is approved for the Academy of Sciences of the Institute of Bologna, which had been founded in 1690.

    15 December – Occasional Conformity Act bars nonconformists and Roman Catholics from public office.[6]

    15 December – The Old Pummerin, a massive bell cast from 208 captured cannons, is consecrated by Bishop Franz Ferdinand Freiherr von Rummel in preparation for its installation in St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna (the Stephansdom).


    22 December 1711, Frankfurt Coronation of Charles VI 1 October 1685 – 20 October 1740) was Holy Roman Emperor and ruler of the Austrian Habsburg Monarchy from 1711 until his death

    22 December 1711 Veracini's * February 1690 Violin Concerto in D Major, "a otto strumenti, di Francesco Maria Ueracini Suonato dallo stesso al post comunio", 1711), but was performed in Frankfurt rather than Venice, at Charles VI's coronation on 22 December 1711, just two days before Veracini's appearance as a soloist on Christmas Eve in Venice, some 800 kilometers to the south (Kolneder 1959–61; White 1972, 19).

    24 and 25 December 1711 Veracini He is known to have been a soloist in Venice at the Christmas masses at San Marco, on 24 and 25 December 1711 (Hill 2001

    25 December 1711 baptised, propably in Venice, Jean-Joseph de Mondonville (+8 October 1772),born in Narbonne Occitania

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