Abolished Monarchies - 19th Century

The United States in 1776 and France in 1792 established for the first time a wave of anti-monarchial thought that resulted in the vast abolition of monarchy over the last two centuries. Guess which countries abolished their monarchy, were annexed by another sovereign state resulting in the aboliton of their monarch, or achieved independence from a sovereign state with it's own monarch during the 1800s.
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Year
Country
1811
Paraguay
1816
Argentina
1818
Chile
1819
Venezuela
1819
Colombia
1821
Panama
1822
Ecuador
1823
Costa Rica
1823
Honduras
1823
Nicaragua
Year
Country
1823
El Salvador
1823
Guatemala
1824
Peru
1825
Bolivia
1825
Uruguay
1844
Dominican Republic
1857
Mughal Empire (present-day India)
1859
Haiti
1859
Grand Duchy of Parma (part of present-day Italy)
1859
Grand Duchy of Modena and Reggio (part of present-day Italy)
Year
Country
1859
Grand Duchy of Tuscany (part of present-day Italy)
1860
Kingdom of the Two Siciles (part of present-day Italy)
1867
Mexico
1870
France
1870
The Papal States (part of present-day Italy)
1880
Tahiti (currently a French territory)
1885
Burma
1889
Brazil
1893
Hawaii
1897
Madagascar
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Aug 24, 2014
India clearly didn't replace the Mughals with a republic. India didn't become a republic until after independence in 1947.

Also it was slightly unfair to mention France as having already shed their monarchy and then to include them again (unfair for those of us whose French history is a little vague). Better to not mention them in the description.