Monday 02 January 1995
Deaths: Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso), poet, 17; Philip V, King of France, 1322; Alexander Wedderburn, first Earl of Rosslyn, Lord Chancellor, 1805; Dr John Mason Good, physician and author, 1827; Dr Andrew Ure, chemist, 1857; Sir George Biddell Airy, astronomer royal, 1892; Sir Edward Augustus Bond, librarian of the British Museum, 1898; Eleanor Rathbone, social reformer, 1946; Edna May, actress, 1948; Dick Emery, comedian, 1983.
On this day: Georgia became the fourth of the United States, 1788; Louis Daguerre took the first photograph of the moon, 1839; the first municipal crematorium was opened at Hull, 1901; the
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