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17021754, Jan 10
a porcelain merchant who played a leading role during the Orangist revolution in the Netherlands of 1747–1751. During the opening months of the revolution that would put an end to the Second Stadtholderless Period, Raap, together with other agitators like the journalist Rousset de Missy published pamphlets demanding the restoration of the stadtholderate in the provinces of the Dutch Republic that had abolished the office, and the appointment of the Frisian stadtholder William IV, Prince of Orange, in all provinces to this dignity, that should henceforth be hereditary in the male and female line.
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11/07/1747-Orangists in Netherlands revolt under Daniel Raap 
01/15/1754-Riots at burial of Orangist Daniel Raap in Amsterdam, and his coffin is destroyed 
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