The Daily News | September 13

Michel de Montaigne, French essayist, died, 1592
Battle of Chapultepec, 1847
Commodore John Barry, first US commodore, died, 1803
First automobile fatality, 1899
Knickerbocker Baseball Club founded (New York), 1845
US received its first loan, 1789
Ted Williams hit his only inside-the-park homer, 1946
Attica State Prizon stormed, 1971
70,000 UN troops landed at Inchon harbor (Korea), 1950
Rhinoceros first seen in New York, 1826
Menachem Begin resigned as Israeli Prime Minister, 1983
Building of Hadrian’s Wall began, 122
British defeated French at Abraham near Quebec City, 1759
James Wolfe, British General, died, 1759
US Congress authorized the first US national election, 1788
Hurricane Gilbert hit the Caribbean, 1988
New York City selected as the location of the new US government, 1788
Chiang Kai-Shek became president of China, 1943