Violinist, composer, and poet Adam Jarzębski is born in Warka.
Roman Catholic Cardinal Henryk Gaetano visits Warka.
Warka prides itself on its seven churches and two monasteries.
Zebrzydowski’s Rebellion (rokosz Zebrzydowskiego) against King Sigismund III Vasa, named after its leader Mikołaj Zebrzydowski, reaches Warka.
Hungarian traveler M. Csombor visits Warka after it was severely damaged by fire.
Franciscans settle in Warka.
The Dominican monastery and 250 houses are damaged in a fire.
The Polish Army under the command of Hetman Stefan Czarniecki and Prince Jerzy Lubomirski defeats Swedish troops at Warka during the so-called Swedish Deluge.
An inventory of the King’s lands in and around Warka shows the vastness of damage associated with the Swedish Deluge.
Blessed Rafał Melchior Chyliński serves in the Franciscan monastery.
Joseph Pulaski purchases Warka lands.
Warka has 24 houses (in addition to buildings that are beyond repair) and its residents are destitute.
The number of houses in Warka grows to 82.
Teodor Sadowski is named Warka Mayor.
King Stanisław August Poniatowski visits Warka and Winiary.
Warka residents hold the so-called Black Procession, demanding the restoration and expansion of rights for the bourgeoisie.
The Highest Commander-in-Chief of the National Armed Forces Tadeusz Kościuszko pitches camp in Warka with his army.