January 16 Charles Darwin arrives at San Tiago, Cape Verde.
February 6 The first appearance of cholera at Edinburgh, Scotland.
February 12 Ecuador annexes the Galapagos Islands.
February 12 Cholera breaks out in London. At least 3000 people are killed. The outbreak later in the same year spreads to France and North America.
February 16 Charles Darwin aboard the Beagle arrives St Paul.
March 24 Joseph Smith, Jr., the Mormon leader is beat, tarred and feathered in Ohio.
April 4 Charles Darwin aboard reaches Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
April 6 The conflict called “Black Hawk War” begins between the United States and Native Americans under the leader Black Hawk.
May 7-10 Modern Greece is founded.
June 5 An anti-monarchist riot breaks out briefly in Paris, France which is known as the June Rebellion.
June 7 The Reform Act 1832 (Representation of the People Act 1832) becomes law in Britain.
August 2 The Battle of Bad Axe comes to an end, and it also ends the last major Native American rebellion east of the Mississippi in the U.S.
October 19 The Greek-letter social college fraternity Alpha Delta Phi is founded at Hamilton College,
November 14 The last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, Charles Carroll, dies at his home at age 95.
December 3 Andrew Jackson is re-elected President of the United States (7th).
December 21 The Ottoman army is defeated by the Egyptians in central Anatolia. The Battle is known as “The Battle of Konya”.
December 23 The Dutch lose to the French at the Battle of Antwerp.

Select Quotes from Works Published in 1832

Here are some quotations from works published in the year 1832:

Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

The deed is all, and not the glory.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Faust – Part II, 1832)

What wise or stupid thing can man conceive
That was not thought of in ages long ago?
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Faust – Part II, 1832)

I love those who yearn for the impossible.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Faust – Part II, 1832)

Of freedom and of life he only is deserving
Who every day must conquer them anew.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Faust – Part II, 1832)

Contarini Fleming by Benjamin Disraeli

Travel teaches toleration.
Benjamin Disraeli (Contarini Fleming, 1832)

When men are pure, laws are useless; when men are corrupt, laws are broken.
Benjamin Disraeli (Contarini Fleming, 1832)

Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius.
Benjamin Disraeli (Contarini Fleming, 1832)

Never apologize for showing feeling. When you do so, you apologize for the truth.
Benjamin Disraeli (Contarini Fleming, 1832)

The sense of existence is the greatest happiness.
Benjamin Disraeli (Contarini Fleming, 1832)

All is mystery; but he is a slave who will not struggle to penetrate the dark veil.
Benjamin Disraeli (Contarini Fleming, 1832)

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