August 1st - 3rd: The British fleet under the command of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson is defeated by the French fleet under the command of François-Paul Brueys d'Aigalliers. Nelson is killed when his flagship, the HMS Vanguard is sunk.
September 20th: News of the British defeat reaches King George III, which results in George suffering a severe heart attack. George IV coronated on September 23 after his father is presumed dead by medical doctors.
October 7th: The Treaty of Malta is signed by French and British representatives. The treaty forces Britain to withdraw from the French Revolutionary Wars and recognized French dominance over the island of Malta.
March 20th: The Siege of Acre begins after Napoleon surrounded the city and began seize. The French Navy arrived soon after and provided fire support for the French. Eventually, the garrison surrendered to Napoleon.
July 2nd: The Siege of Jerusalem begins after Napoleon defeated the Turks at Acre and began the final push to force them out of the Holy Land.
July 24th: The Treaty of Jerusalem is signed between French and Turk representatives, which forced the Ottoman Empire to hand over the Holy Land and Egypt to France.
January 22nd: Representatives of the Kingdom of Prussia, Austrian Empire and France meet in Vienna to sign a ceasefire between the three warring nations. The treaty practically removed Austria and Prussia from the French Revolutionary Wars, bringing an end to the nine-year conflict.
March 3rd: The United Kingdom declares war on the France, ending the short peace between the two warring nations.
June 22nd: The USS Chesapeake and HMS Leopard engage each other off the coast of Norfolk, Virginia, leading to the enlistment of three Americans into the Royal Navy.
May 2nd: Representatives from the United States, French Empire, United Kingdom, Kingdom of Spain, and the Kingdom of Prussia meet in Paris to discuss the Treaty of Paris. The official terms of the treaty. The treaty officially ended the First European War, and confirmed the French Empire and United States as one of the dominant powers in the world.
February 15th: The USS Aroostook is sunk off the coast of Russian Alaska, leading to the brief Juneau War, which received its name due to the majority of the combat being focused around the capital of Russian Alaska.
March 4th: Incumbent President John Wilkes Booth is inaugurated as the 23rd President of the United States.