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1875
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Royal Engineers
Royal Engineers 2 Old Etonians 0 (Replay); First game 1-1
1875
   is birth year of   
Ravel
March 1875
1875
      
The First Kentucky Derby Was Held
Famous horse race
Maurice Ravel
   was born on   
March 7, 1875
French composer
Albert Schweitzer
   was born on   
January 14, 1875
Missionary-physician, philosopher, musician and Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1952
1875
   the winner was   
Aristides
Oliver Lewis
1875
   the winner was   
Willie Park Sr
At Prestwick
1875
      
The Unyo Incident
Japanese provoked the incident for political reasons.
1873 - 1875
   the Prime Minister was   
Julius Vogel
Was PM twice, 1876, the only practising Jewish prime minister
1875 - 1876
   the Prime Minister was   
Daniel Pollen
Born in Ringsend, Dublin, his father helped build the United States Capitol in Washington DC, USA
Pocahontas Was Pictured on the Back of the 1875 $20 Bill
   is   
True
1875
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Wollomai
Jockey - R. Batty, Trainer - S. Moon, Owner - H. Sharp, Time - 3.38.00
1875
      
Convention Du M├Ętre
An international treaty that establishes three organizations to oversee the keeping of metric standards.
1875
      
Reciprocity Treaty
A free trade agreement between the United States and the Hawaiian Kingdom.
1875
      
Treaty of Kanghwa
Ends Korea's status as a Chinese tributary state and opens it to Japanese trade.
1875
      
Treaty of Saint Petersburg
In exchange for the Kuril Islands, Japan relinquishes claims on Sakhalin.
Charles Degeorge
   created the sculpture   
Le Jeunesse D'Aristote, 1875
1875
   Preakness Stakes winner was   
Tom Ochiltree
Lloyd Hughes on board -- Trainer R. Wyndham Walden -- John F. Chamberlain -- 2:43.50
1875
   winner was   
Calvin
Bobby Swim up, Trainer: Ansel Williamson, Owner: Hal P. McGrath -- 2:42.25
1875
   was won by   
Scots Grey
Major Browne
Tobermory Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1875
Irvine Royal Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1875
Lauder Royal Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1875
Milngavie Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1875
Fort William Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1875
Johann Strauss II
   composed   
Cagliostro in Wien (1875)
Cagliostro in Vienna
Hans Christian Andersen
   lifespan was   
1805-1875
Danish writer
Georges Bizet
   died in   
1875 aged 36 from "acute Articular Rheumatism"
composer French
Albert Schweitzer
   lifespan was   
1875-1965
Alsatian physician, musician, philosopher and theologian; winner of the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize






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