1634 in History
January 24 Emperor Ferdinand II declares Albrecht von Wallenstein a traitor
February 17 William Prynne tried in Star Chamber for publishing "Histrio-masti"
February 18 Ferdinand II orders commander Albrecht von Wallenstein, execution
February 19 Battle at Smolensk: Polish king Wladyslaw IV beats Russians
February 25 Irish captain Walter Devereaux kills duke Wallenstein
March 1 Battle at Smolensk: Polish King Wladyslaw IV beats Russians
March 3 1st tavern in Boston opens (Samuel Cole)
March 13 Academe Franeaise opens
March 25 Lord Baltimore founded Catholic colony of Maryland
April 6 Heeren XIX asks "to secure Eylands Curaeao"
May 4 Johan van Walbeecks fleet departs to West-Indies
May 31 U.S. colony Massachusetts Bay annexes Maine colony
June 14 Russia and Poland sign Peace treaty of Polianov
July 6 Johan van Walbeecks ships bypass St-Anna Bay, Curacao
July 29 Dutch fleet under Johannes van Walbeeck lands on Curacao
August 26 Battle at Nordlingen Bavarian: emperor Ferdinand II and Spain beat Sweden and German protestants
August 27 Battle of Nordingen-Bernhard of Saxe-Weimar, loses Duchy of Francomia
September 5 Battle at Nordlingen: King Ferdinand III and Spain beat Sweden and German protestants
September 6 Battle at Nordlingen ends in Swedish/protestant German defeat
October 19 Beach Island in North sea destroyed by a heavy storm flood
October 20 English King Charles I disbands new "Ship Money" tax