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- 1.UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL AUTNOMA DE MXICO
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CORONA ALVDREZ MARIANA GUILLERMINA
GONZLEZ FLORES GAEL
2. HISTORICAL CONTEXT
EVENTS: Yields on its opening Guadalete River Bridge in Puerto de Santa Maria (Cdiz) and four hundred and thirteen people die Spain declares war on England and the battle lines in French-(Treaty of Aranjuez). The first iron bridge is built on the River Severn in Shropshire. Founding of the city of Tampere in Finland. Dutch physiologist Jan Ingenhousz discovers photosynthesis.
BIRTHS:January 5: Stephen Decatur, American naval hero. (D. 1820) Zebulon Pike, American explorer. (D. 1813) August 1: Lorenz Oken, German naturalist (d. 1851) August 1: Francis Scott Key wrote the national anthem of the U.S.. UU. (D. 1843) August 20: Jns Jacob Berzelius, Swedish chemist (d. 1848) August 29: Juan Bautista Bustos, Argentina's federal military. October 19: Pedro Velarde, Spanish soldier, hero of the War of Spanish Independence (d. 1808) October 28: Francisco CeaBermdez, President of the Council of Ministers in Spain (d. 1850)
DEATHS:January 3: Claude Bourgelat, French veterinarian. (B. 1712) January 20: David Garrick, English actor and dramatist (b. 1717) February 14: James Cook, navigator, explorer and British cartographer (b. 1728) November 13: Thomas Chippendale, furniture designer and manufacturer of British (b. 1718) November 16: PehrKalm, Swedish botanist and explorer (b. 1716)
3. JOHN NEWTON
He wasmarriedto Mary, theCatlettsdaughterwhowas and importantpart of hislife
Wasborn in 1725 in WappingAlondSuburb
*AMAZING GRACE *
Its a poempenned in 1772
He gotthrougha lot of troubles in hislife, such as religiousconfussion, a lack of moral, self control and indiscipline
He waspress-gangedtakenbyforceintoservice in The Royal Navy
He was in theslave trading bussinesbutafterwards he regreted
4. ItisabouthowtheGods Grace helped a manwhowaslost
Thiswas done after he has longstayedawayfromGod
Thefirst time, he believed in God, foundtheway home
5. Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,That saved a wretch like me.I once was lost but now am found,Was blind, but now I see.
T'was Grace that taught my heart to fear.And Grace, my fears relieved.How precious did that Grace appearThe hour I first believed.
Through many dangers, toils and snaresI have already come;'Tis Grace that brought me safe thus farand Grace will lead me home.
The Lord has promised good to me.His word my hope secures.He will my shield and portion be,As long as life endures.
Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail,And mortal life shall cease,I shall possess within the veil,A life of joy and peace.
When we've been here ten thousand yearsBright shining as the sun.We've no less days to sing God's praiseThan when we've first begun.
Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,That saved a wretch like me.I once was lost but now am found,Was blind, but now I see.