1635 in History
February 10 Academie Franeaise forms in Paris (by Cardinal Richelieu)
February 13 Oldest U.S. public institution, Boston Latin School founded
April 28 Virginia Governor John Harvey accused of treason and removed from office
May 19 France declares war on Spain
May 28 Zorilla's "El Desafio de Carlos V," premieres in Madrid
May 30 Emperor Ferdinand II and Saksen sign Peace of Prague
June 28 French colony of Guadeloupe established in Caribbean
July 11 Armies of Savoye/Mantua/Parma occupy Milan
July 28 Spanish marshal Piccolomini conquerors Schenkenschans
August 15 1st recorded U.S. hurricane hit the Plymouth Colony
September 12 Sweden and Poland sign ceasefire Treaty of Stuhmsdorf
September 18 Emperor Ferdinand II declares war on France
October 9 Religious dissident Roger Williams banished from Mass Bay Colony