1632 in Belgium

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1632
in
Belgium

Decades:
See also: Other events of 1632
List of years in Belgium

Events in the year 1632 in the Spanish Netherlands and Prince-bishopric of Liège (predecessor states of modern Belgium).

Incumbents[edit]

Habsburg Netherlands[edit]

MonarchPhilip IV, King of Spain and Duke of Brabant, of Luxembourg, etc.
Governor GeneralIsabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain

Prince-Bishopric of Liège[edit]

Prince-BishopFerdinand of Bavaria

Events[edit]

January
March
April
May
June
August
  • 22 August – Fall of Maastricht: Brabantine lordship of the city lost to the Dutch Republic; the Prince-Bishop of Liège retains his share in the lordship.
  • Dutch raiding parties reach the vicinity of Namur and Mons.[1]
September
  • 7 September – Estates General convene what will be their last session (dissolved in 1634).[2]
  • 11 September – Estates General delegate negotiators for peace talks with Dutch.[1]
  • 18 September – Cardinal de la Cueva, Spanish ambassador, leaves Brussels.[1]
October
  • 3 October – Marquis of Santa Cruz leaves the Low Countries in disgrace.[1]
  • 10 October – Dutch refuse to treat with delegates of the Estates General.[1]
December
  • 7 December – Delegates of the Estates General received in The Hague.[1]

Publications[edit]

Births[edit]

Date uncertain
January
July

Deaths[edit]

Date uncertain
April
June
July
December

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Alain de Gueldre, et al., eds., Chronique de la Belgique (RTL, 1987), p. 386.
  2. ^ a b Louis Prosper Gachard, Actes des États Généraux de 1632, vol. 1 (Brussels, 1853), pp. 3-5.

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