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1863
 
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It is discovered in the US that wood pulp can be used to make paper, and the Boston Weekly Journal is the first to use the new substance     
 
1863
 
    
British officer Charles Gordon leads untrained auxiliaries against the Taiping rebels in China, becoming known as Chinese Gordon       
 
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