1. the decade from 1760 to 1769
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How To Use 1760s In A Sentence

  • It was Jean-Jacques Rousseau who invented the melodrama in his dramatic monologue Pygmalion, first performed in Paris in the early 1760s.
  • There was other inflammable material at hand in the 1760s.
  • And until the expulsion of the Jesuits in the early 1760s, the church controlled virtually all educational institutions, from village schoolhouses to university faculties.
  • So here we are in the early 1760s. Sade is in Paris, newly wed and living the life of an average 18th century gadabout, partying with countless courtesans, opera girls and prostitutes.
  • By the 1760s they had acquired lids and the oval gave way to square, octagonal, and hexagonal shapes as the century progressed.
  • Thirteen bishops of Great Russian origin and merely two Ukrainian hierarchs were consecrated in the 1760s.
  • It was in the 1760s, although it is impossible to say exactly when, that the first 'spinning jennies' appeared. 'The Industrial Revolutionaries'
  • George is certainly mocked, but he is not execrated as a vile foreigner and un-British despot, as he had been by satirists and cartoonists in the 1760s and 1770s, when he was widely despised.
  • By the 1760s, therefore, it seemed that the church had successfully weathered a century of intense religious conflict.
  • Partially lifted in the 1760s, controls were reimposed in the early 1770s and then lifted again in 1775.
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