- August 1 - 3: The Battle of the Nile is won by the French fleet under the command of François-Paul Brueys D'Aigalliers after an three-day long battle against the British fleet under the command of Horatio Nelson.
- August 5: Horatio Nelson quietly and peacefully dies in his sleep after receiving wounds during the Battle of the Nile.
- September 2: Nelson is buried in London, and George III of the United Kingdom orders the construction of an memorial called the Nelson Memorial in London.
- May 21: Siege of Arce occurs, but with the assistance of the French navy, secures victory over the Anglo-Ottoman forces, and forced the Ottoman Empire and Great Britain to come to the negotiating table and forced the Turkish and British withdrawal from the French Revolutionary Wars.
- June 13: Napoleon returns to France, and gathers an army to march into Italy. Without British help, a Russian Expedition into the Batavian Republic is defeated at the Battle of Harlem, and forced Russia to drop out of the French Revolutionary Wars.
- June 19: Jean Victor Marie Moreau launches an invasion of Prussia by marching on Bavaria. The Prussian Army, weakened and demoralized by the withdrawal of Great Britain, Russia, and the Ottoman Empire from the war, attempts to defeat Moreau, but fails.
- June 28: With Russia, Britain, and the Ottoman Empire out of the wars, Napoleon crosses the Alps and invades Italy. The invasion caught the Austrian military off guard, and Napoleon began his advance toward Vienna.
- July 6: Napoleon defeats the Austrians at Murau and the Austrians sue for peace, causing the Treaty of Linz to be signed, and forced Austria to withdrawal.
- July 12: Prussia asks for an ceasefire with France, since all of its allies were knocked out of the fight with the treaties in Jerusalem and Linz. The Treaty of Berlin is signed, ending the War of the First Coalition, or the French Revolutionary Wars.
- March 12: President Thomas Jefferson, along with Congress, declares war on the Republic of Haiti.
- March 17: The USS Constitution and USS Constellation is sent to blockade Haiti, while the USS America is sent to land troops near Santiago.
- March 22: The US Army under the command of Colonel Andrew Jackson, capture the eastern side of the island, and begin to advance on Port-au-Prince.
- May 2: Port-au-Prince is besieged by the superior American forces, and President Jean-Jacques Dessalines calls for peace.
- May 8: The Treaty of Santiago is signed, ending the Haitian-American War.
- May 24: The Hispaniola Territory is established by Thomas Jefferson.
- July 23: Jefferson vs Christophe becomes the second case to reach the Supreme Court, with the first being Marbury vs Madison.
- December 2: Napoleon crowns himself Emperor of the French, and the Napoleonic Code is recognized the same day.