July 23. Day in the history
On July 23, 1401 Francesco Sforza, the founder of a dynasty of governors of Milan was born. Francesco Sforza was born in the Tuscan city of San Minyato, being one of seven illegitimate sons of a kondotyer of Muzio Sforz and Lucija da Torsano. I spent the childhood to Trikariko that in the modern province of Bazilikat, in a markizat which in 1412 the Neapolitan king Vladyslav gave it to possession. In 1418 he married Polissen Ruffo, the noblewoman from Calabria.
On July 23, 1711 the Prutsky contract under which Russia returned to Turkey Azov was signed and undertook to destroy fortress Taganrog. This contract gave the chance of Russia to keep army and to bring her out of an environment practically with full arms. After signing of the contract at 6 o’clock in the evening the Russian army in a fighting order with the dismissed banners and a drumbeat acted to Yassam. Turks even allocated the cavalry for protection of the Russian army against predatory attacks of Tatars.
On July 23, 1759 there was a Paltsigsky battle of Seven years’ war. The Russian troops crushed the Prussian case. Prosecution of the broken opponent wasn’t carried, actually, out though Saltykov had real opportunity completely to destroy Vedel’s case. Instead of prosecution solemn church service at hill top Shmideberg in honor of the won victory was arranged. Vedel freely took away the broken army on heights to the South from Kai and was soon transported on other coast of Oder. Having learned about defeat, Friedrich decided to take business of war with Russians in own hand. In Kunersdorfsky battle the Prussian army was headed by already king.
On July 23, 1831 cholera revolt in Staraya Russa began (city in the Novgorod region of Russia). Cholera epidemic was the immediate cause of disorders. The government arranged quarantines, forced to fumigate the infected houses and property of the dead, but the people didn’t believe in expediency of these measures; hearings rushed that in quarantines poison people that doctors and the administration scatter poison on roads and poison bread and water. Guilty of disorders were divided by court into 5 categories, and the criminals of the first category exposed in a smertoubiystvo were sentenced to punishment by a whip and the link in unbearable work, and the others were sentenced to punishment of a shpitsrutenama and birches, to return in prisoner companies and sending on service in the Siberian separate case and in reserve troops; in total more than 3 thousand people were condemned, and only 1/4 condemned wasn’t subjected to corporal punishment.