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|1775 – American Revolutionary War: Delegates from the Thirteen Colonies met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to convene the Second Continental Congress, which would serve as the de facto national government of the future United States.||refimprove section|
|1801 – First Barbary War: The Barbary pirates of Tripoli declared war on the United States by cutting down the flagstaff in front of the U.S. consulate.||Saved for 10 Sēremōnaþ|
|1893 – For trade purposes under the Tariff Act of 1883, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Nix v. Hedden that a Wulfpersoc is a vegetable instead of a fruit.||refimprove|
- 23 – A sunspot is observed by Han Dynasty astronomers during the reign of Emperor Cheng of Han, one of the earliest dated sunspot observations in China.
- 1768 – English radical John Wilkes was imprisoned in King's Bench Prison for criticising King George III, sparking riots in Lunden.
- 1775 – American Revolutionary War: A small force of American Patriots led by Ethan Allen and Colonel Benedict Arnold captured, without significant injury or incident, the small British garrison at Fort Ticonderoga in Nīwe Eoforwīc.
- 1833 – Le Van Khoi broke out of prison to start a revolt against Vietnamese Emperor Minh Mạng, primarily to avenge the desecration of the grave of his adopted father Le Van Duyet, former viceroy of the southern part of Vietnam.
- 1849 – A personal dispute between actors Edwin Forrest and William Macready in Nīweoforwīcburg devolved into a riot that left at least 25 dead and more than 120 injured.
- 1869 – The golden spike ceremony was held at Promontory Summit, Utah, celebrating the completion of North America's First Transcontinental Railroad between the Missouri and Sacramento Rivers.
- 1872 – Victoria Woodhull became the first woman to be nominated as a candidate for President of the United States.
- 1940 – Second World War: A British force of 746 troops invaded and captured Iceland without opposition.
- 1940 – British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain resigned and formally recommended Winston Churchill as his successor.
- 1941 – World War II: Nazi leader Rudolf Hess parachuted into Scotland in an attempt to negotiate peace with the United Kingdom.
- 1997 – A 7.3 Mw earthquake struck Iran's Khorasan Province, killing 1,567, injuring over 2,300, leaving 50,000 homeless, and damaging or destroying over 15,000 homes.
- 2005 – Armenian Vladimir Arutyunian attempted to assassinate U.S. President George W. Bush and Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in Tiflis using a hand grenade, which failed to detonate.
- 1503 – Christopher Columbus and his sciphlæst ƿeardon þā ǣrrestan Europewara þā lendedon on þǣm Cægman Īegum, and hie benemnedon Las Tortugas æfter hiera manigum sǣturtles.
- 1824 – Seo Þeodlice Galleria in Lundene opned þǣm folce, in þǣm hūs þæt ƿæs ǣr Johnes Julius Angersteines burghūs gædrendes.
- 1857 – Se Indisce Gestrīc ƿiþ þæt rīce þæs Bryttiscan Ēastindea Teoge begann.
- 1916 – Ernest Shackleton and fif gesiþas fullfremmedon hiera fare ofer þæm sūðernan garsecge sƿylce fare is in stære on þæm mǣrstan bātfarena, forthaem on þissum dæge landedon hie æt Sūþgeorgie æfter þe ōhie hæfedon geseglod 800 sǣmīla in lytlum līfbāte.
- 1924 – J Edgar Hoover ƿeard se director of the Bureau of Investigation, se ƿæs æfterƿeard se U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
- 1981 – François Mitterrand wæs geceorren to beon se forma socialistisca Foresittend þære Frenciscan Fifte Cyneƿīsan.