Jacques-Louis David
Jacques-Louis David French Artist 1748 - 1825 0:30 The Oath of the Horatii 0:55 Portrait of Henriette de Verninac 1:05 Portrait of a Young Woman in a Turban ...
John Edwards (Kentucky)
John Edwards (1748 – 1837) was an American planter and statesman who player a key role in securing Kentucky statehood, and represented the new state in the United States Senate.Edwards ...
William Neville Gardiner
William Neville Gardiner (1748–1806) was a British soldier and diplomat.He served in the British Army in 1767–1789, reaching the rank of colonel. Then he entered the diplomatic service. He was a Briti...
Umdat ul-Umara
Ghulam Husain Ali Khan (8 January 1748 – 15 July 1801) aka Ghulam Hussainy or Umdat ul-Umra, was the Nawab of the Carnatic region of India from 1795 to 1801.He was actually named by his grandfat...
William V, Prince of Orange
William V, Prince of Orange (Willem Batavus; 8 March 1748 – 9 April 1806) was the last Stadtholder of the Dutch Republic. He went into exile to London in 1795. He was the reigning Prince of Nassau-Ora...
Timur Shah Durrani
Timur Shah Durrani, (Pashto, Persian, Urdu, Arabic: ‏‌ تیمور شاہ درانی ; 1748 – May 18, 1793) was the second ruler of the Durrani Empire, from October 16, 1772 until his death in 1793. An ethnic Pas...
John Anderson (theologian)
John Anderson (1748 – 6 April 1830) was an Associate Presbyterian theologian.He was born in the far north of England, by the River Tweed. He was brought up as a member of the Associate Presbyterian Ch...
Robert Holmes (priest)
Robert Holmes (1748–1805) was an English churchman and academic, Dean of Winchester and a biblical scholar known for textual studies of the Septuagint.
He was baptised at St. Martin's-in-the-Field...
Georg Michael Telemann
Georg Michael Telemann (20 April 1748 – 4 March 1831) was a German composer and theologian.Telemann was born in Plön, a grandson of the better-known Georg Philipp Telemann. He is mainly known fo...
Micaela Villegas
Maria Micaela Villegas Hurtado (September 28, 1748 – May 16, 1819), known as La Perricholi, was arguably the most famous Peruvian woman of the eighteenth century. She was a celebrated entertaine...
John Prinsep
John Prinsep (also spelled John Princep) (1748–1830) was born the son of a vicar in rural Oxfordshire, England, with limited horizons for advancement. He joined the East India Company as a cadet...
John Norman (publisher)
John Norman (1748—1817) was an engraver and publisher in Boston, Massachusetts, in the later 18th and early 19th century. "Born in England; came to Philadelphia in 1774 'from London,' as an 'architect...
Elżbieta Szydłowska
Elżbieta Szydłowska, married surname Grabowska, (b. 1748 – d. 1 June 1810) was a member of the Polish gentry, a mistress and possibly the morganatic wife of the last elective King of Poland, Stanisław...
Richard Cunningham (politician)
Richard Cunningham (September 14, 1748 – October 20, 1823) was an Irish-born farmer and political figure in Nova Scotia. He represented Yarmouth township in the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scot...
Jeremiah Chase
Jeremiah Townley Chase (May 23, 1748 – May 11, 1828) was an American lawyer and jurist from Annapolis, Maryland. He served as a delegate for Maryland in the Continental Congress of 1783 and 1784...
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
Hugh Henry Brackenridge (1748 – June 25, 1816) was an American writer, lawyer, judge, and Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice.A frontier citizen in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, he fou...
John Quick (actor)
John Quick (1748 – 4 April 1831) was an English actor, known for comic parts.
The son of a brewer, he was born in Whitechapel, London. At age 13 he left his home and joined a theatrical company at...
Louis Masreliez
Louis Masreliez (1748 – 19 March 1810), born Adrien Louis Masreliez, was a Swedish painter and interior designer.Masreliez was born in Paris and came to Sweden in 1753. He began his education at Rita...
Jean-Baptiste-Melchior Hertel de Rouville
Jean-Baptiste-Melchior Hertel de Rouville (October 21, 1748 – November 30, 1817) was a seigneur and political figure in Lower Canada.He was born in Trois-Rivières, the son of René-Ovide Hertel d...
John Marshall (British captain)
Captain John Marshall (Marshallese: Jo̧o̧n M̧ajeļ) (26 February 1748 NS – 1819) was born in Ramsgate, Kent, England. He became an apprentice sailor at age ten, and spent his life at sea. In...
Timothy Dexter
Timothy Dexter (January 22, 1748 – October 26, 1806) was an American businessman noted for his writing and eccentricity.
Dexter was born in Malden, Massachusetts. He had little schooling and worke...
Maximilian von Alopaeus
Baron Maximilian von Alopaeus (also Magnus Martin Alopäus; 1748—1822) (Russian: Алопеус Максим Максимович, Alopeus Maksim Maksimovich) a Russian diplomat, born at Vyborg and educated at Abo,...
Christoph Friedrich Bretzner
Christoph Friedrich Bretzner (10 December 1748 – 31 August 1807) was a Leipzig merchant famous for writing the libretto to a singspiel Belmont und Constanze, oder Die Entführung aus dem Serail, produc...
Yamagata Bantō
Yamagata Bantō (山片 蟠桃, 1748–1821) was a well-known resident of Osaka who was both a scholar and a merchant as well. He was an able head clerk of the money exchange merchant Masuya. He studied Conf...
Francesco Mario Pagano
Francesco Mario Pagano (8 December 1748 – 29 October 1799) was an Italian jurist and author. He is regarded as one of the greatest Italian Enlightenment thinkers and considered the founder of the...
Satake Yoshiatsu
Satake Yoshiatsu (佐竹 義敦, November 24, 1748 – July 6, 1785) was a Japanese feudal lord (daimyō) of Akita and founder of the Akita ranga school of Western-style painting. He is more commonly known b...