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    Il 1838 (MDCCCXXXVIII in numeri romani) è un anno del XIX secolo . Indice 1 Eventi 2 Nati 3 Morti 3.1 Gennaio 3.2 Febbraio 3.3 Marzo 3.4 Aprile 3.5 Maggio 3.6 Giugno 3.7 Luglio 3.8 Agosto 3.9 Settembre 3.10 Ottobre 3.11 Novembre 3.12 Dicembre 3.13 Senza giorno specificato 4 Calendario 5 Altri progetti Eventi [ modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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    • 1244 — 1245
    • 1286 — 1287
    • 1838
  2. L'incoronazione della regina Vittoria ebbe luogo il 28 giugno 1838, un anno dopo la sua ascesa al trono all'età di 18 anni. La processione da e per la cerimonia all'Abbazia di Westminster venne seguita da una folla senza precedenti, grazie anche alla presenza delle nuove ferrovie che resero più facile far giungere i circa 400.000 spettatori che presenziarono all'evento a Londra. La cerimonia costò 79.000 sterline dell'epoca,, a metà strada tra le 30.000 sterline spese dal suo ...

  3. Pagine nella categoria "Nati nel 1838" Questa categoria contiene le 200 pagine indicate di seguito, su un totale di 389. (pagina precedente) ( pagina successiva) Nati nel 1838 A Giuseppe Cesare Abba Cleveland Abbe Edwin Abbott Abbott Luigi Accattatis Enrico Accinni Ernst Christian Achelis Henry Brooks Adams Isaia Luigi Agazzi Muhammad Al-Sabah

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    The series follows the post-Civil war generation of the Dutton family as they leave Tennessee, journey to Fort Worth, Texas, and join a wagon train undertaking the arduous journey west to Oregon, before settling in Montanato establish what would eventually become the Yellowstone Ranch.

    Main

    1. Sam Elliott as Shea Brennan, an employee of the Pinkerton Agency leading the expedition. Brennan is a former captain who served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. His wife Helen and daughter both die of smallpox right before the start of the expedition. While mourning their deaths, he crematedthem by setting fire to their house and contemplated suicide, but was interrupted by the arrival of Thomas. Brennan acts as the rugged and commanding leader of the wagon train, frequentl...

    Recurring

    1. Alex Fine as Grady, an experienced cowboy and the leader of a crew of six drovers, who agrees to help an inexperienced crew round up longhorns for their long journey. 2. Gratiela Brancusi as Noemi, a Romaniwidow who recently lost her husband and has to raise two young boys on her own. She becomes dependent on and romantically interested in Thomas, seeing him as the man who will replace her late husband as a caretaker. 3. Anna Fiamora as Risa, a young immigrant woman who is married to Josef...

    Guest stars

    1. Billy Bob Thornton as Marshal Jim Courtright. 2. Tom Hanks as General[a] George Meade. In a flashback to the Battle of Antietam, he consoles James Dutton after many of his fellow soldiers are killed, before the latter gets taken captive. Hanks' wife, Rita Wilson, plays Carolyn the storekeeper. 3. Graham Greene as Spotted Eagle, a Crow elder who tries to help Elsa and who also points James to Paradise Valley, the final destination for the Dutton family. 4. Dawn Olivierias Claire Dutton, Jam...

    Development

    In February 2021, Taylor Sheridan signed a five-year deal with ViacomCBS and MTV Entertainment Group following the success of Yellowstone. Under the deal, he would create new series for both studios. One of these was a prequel to Yellowstone, set to be broadcast on Paramount+, initially called Y: 1883. Sheridan said that he struggled with writer's block after selling the concept to Paramount+, but he managed to overcome it. While working on another series, Mayor of Kingstown, Isabel Mayauditi...

    Casting

    Sheridan went on to make Paramount hire May, a relative unknown, before he was even finished writing the script, because "it won't work if we don't get her."As he explained in a December 2022 interview; "When you find talents like Isabel [May], you just want to work with them again, and again, and again, and again." On August 4, 2021, it was announced that Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Sam Elliott had joined the cast. A further announcement on August 21 confirmed Isabel May and announced that La...

    Filming

    Filming on the series started in August 2021 in Texas and concluded in January 2022 in Montana[citation needed]. Many actors expressed discomfort at the cold temperatures while filming in Montana. Star Faith Hill deemed filming as "the most physically and mentally challenging thing we have ever done." Star Sam Elliottalso expressed that filming his scenes was difficult, but "we're getting it onscreen, and in the end that's what matters. This is really going to be something special." Isabel Ma...

    On November 8, 2021, a first-look trailer for the series was released; a full trailer was released on December 3. The series made its TV premiere on December 25, 2021, on CMT. The first episode was run on Paramount Network, who ordered the show before they moved it to streaming on affiliated platform Paramount+ during its development, as part of pr...

    Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 89% based on 27 reviews with an average score of 7.5/10. The website's critics consensus reads, "1883 can feel too overdetermined to be a properly rough-hewn Western, but viewers will want to saddle up for Sam Elliott's commanding star turn." Metacriticgave the series a weighted avera...

    Paramount has communicated several iterations of their plans for more episodes. The show was initially presented as a limited series. In February 2022, Paramount announced that "additional episodes" would follow the first season. It was later announced that in place of a second season, the series would be succeeded by the sequel show 1932, later re...

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    January–March

    1. January 10 – A fire destroys Lloyd's Coffee House and the Royal Exchangein London. 2. January 11 – At Morristown, New Jersey, Samuel Morse, Alfred Vail and Leonard Gale give the first public demonstration of Morse's new invention, the telegraph. 3. January 11 - A 7.5 earthquake strikes the Romanian district of Vrancea causing damage in Moldavia and Wallachia, killing 73 people. 4. January 21 – The first known report about the lowest temperature on Earth is made, indicating −60 °C (−76 °F)...

    April–June

    1. April 4 – 22 – The paddle steamer SS Sirius makes the transatlantic crossing to New York from Cork, Ireland in 18 days, though not using steam continuously. 2. April 8 – 23 – Isambard Kingdom Brunel's paddle steamer SS Great Western (1838) makes the transatlantic crossing to New York from Avonmouth, England, in 15 days, inaugurating a regular steamship service. 3. April 30 – Nicaragua declares independence from the Federal Republic of Central America. 4. May 4.1. The People's Charter is dr...

    July–September

    1. July 4 – In the United States, the Iowa Territory is formally established, following the signing of a bill by President Martin Van Buren on June 12. In addition to Iowa, which will become a state on December 28, 1846, the Territory also includes most of what will become the states of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Robert Lucas, former Governor of Ohio, takes office as the first Territorial Governor. 2. August 1 – Former slaves in Jamaicaare freed of their indentures. 3. August 6...

    January–March

    1. January 4 – General Tom Thumb, American circus performer, entertainer (d. 1883) 2. January 6 2.1. Anton Berindei, Wallachian-born Romanian general and politician (d. 1899) 2.2. Max Bruch, German composer (d. 1920) 3. January 16 – Franz Brentano, German philosopher, psychologist (d. 1917) 4. January 29 – Edward W. Morley, American chemist noted for working on the Michelson–Morley experiment (d. 1923) 5. February 2 – John Joseph Jolly Kyle, Scots-born Argentine chemist (d. 1922) 6. February...

    April–June

    1. April 2 – Léon Gambetta, 37th Prime Minister of France (d. 1882) 2. April 3 – John Willis Menard, African-American politician (d. 1893) 3. April 12 – John Shaw Billings, American military and medical leader (d. 1913) 4. April 16 4.1. Ernest Solvay, Belgian chemist, industrialist and philanthropist (d. 1922) 4.2. Martha McClellan Brown, American temperance movement leader (d. 1916) 5. April 18 – Paul-Émile Lecoq de Boisbaudran, French chemist (d. 1912) 6. April 21 – John Muir, American ecol...

    July–September

    1. July 1 – Marie-Louise Jaÿ, French businesswoman (d. 1925) 2. July 5 – Vatroslav Jagić, Croatian scholar (d. 1923) 3. July 7 – Felice Napoleone Canevaro, Italian admiral (d. 1926) 4. July 8 – Ferdinand von Zeppelin, German military officer, founder of the Zeppelin Company (d. 1917) 5. July 11 – John Wanamaker, American merchant and religious, civic and political figure (d. 1922) 6. July 20 – Sir George Trevelyan, 2nd Baronet, British statesman, author (d. 1928) 7. September 2 7.1. Bhaktivin...

    January–June

    1. January 3 – Maximilian, Hereditary Prince of Saxony (b. 1759) 2. January 5 – Anthony Van Egmond, leader in Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 (d. in jail) (b. 1778) 3. January 12 – Joshua Humphreys, American naval architect (b. 1751) 4. January 13 – John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (b. 1751) 5. February 21 – Silvestre de Sacy, French linguist (b. 1758) 6. February 24 – Christoph Johann von Medem, German courtier (b. 1763) 7. March 7 – Robert Townsend (spy), Ameri...

    July–December

    1. July 19 – Christmas Evans, Welsh preacher (b. 1766) 2. August 1 – John Rodgers, American naval officer (b. 1772) 3. August 17 – Lorenzo Da Ponte, librettist for Mozart (b. 1749) 4. August 21 – Adelbert von Chamisso, German writer (b. 1781) 5. September 1 – William Clark, American explorer (b. 1770) 6. September 15 – Alexandra Branitskaya, Russian political activist, courtier and businessperson (b. 1754) 7. September 18 – Robert Smith, 1st Baron Carrington (b. 1752) 8. September 27 – Bernar...

  5. È un numero composto da 4 divisori: 1, 2, 919, 1838. Poiché la somma dei suoi divisori (escluso il numero stesso) è 922 < 1838, è un numero difettivo. È un numero semiprimo. È un numero palindromo e un numero ondulante nel sistema posizionale a base 15 (828). È un numero congruente. È un numero intoccabile. È un numero odioso.

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