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1864


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1864
   the winner was   
Tom Morris Sr
At Prestwick
1863 - 1864
   the Prime Minister was   
Frederick Whitaker
English-born NZ politician who served twice as PM 1882-1883
1864 - 1865
   the Prime Minister was   
Frederick Weld
NZ polician and later served as Governor of Western Australia, Governor of Tasmania and Governor of the Straits Settlements
1864
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Lantern
Jockey - S. Davis, Trainer - S. Mahon, Owner - H. Fisher, Time - 3.52.00
1864
      
First Geneva Convention
Establishes rules for the treatment of battlefield casualties.
1864
      
Treaty of London
Britain cedes the Ionian Islands to Greece.
1864
      
Treaty of Vienna
Ends the Second War of Schleswig between Austria and Prussia.
Alexandre Falguière
   created the sculpture   
Victor of the Cockfight, 1864
1864
   was the first publication of   
The Teapot
Nevada
   joined the U.S.A in   
1864
October 31, 1864
Invergordon Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Armadale Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Broughty Ferry Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Galston Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Millport Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Moffat Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Crieff Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Govan Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Peebles Royal Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Kinross Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1864
Richard Strauss
   lifespan was   
1864-1949
German composer of orchestral and operatic works; best known for his "tone poems"
Andrew Barton Paterson
   lifespan was   
1864-1941
Commonly known as Banjo Paterson. A famous Australian bush poet, journalist and author.
J.E.B. Stuart
   died in   
1864 aged 31 from Battle Wounds
Confederate General American
Stephen Foster
   died in   
1864 aged 37 from an Accidental Fall
composer American
Jacques Offenbach
   composed   
La Belle Hélène (1864)
The Beautiful Helen or "The Fair Helen"






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