A few more dates (in addition to the text linked to in #0, and the texts cited in #7 - the NY Times and the Independent - and in #10 – the LA Times) from - reasonably, I think - respectable English-language publications:
ON FEBRUARY 26th, Ireland will go to the polls to elect 158 representatives for the Dáil Éireann, the lower chamber of parliament.
Federica Boscolo-Gnolo pleaded guilty to the manslaughter by diminished responsibility of two-month-old Farah between 23 and 30 January last year.
The ban is expected to be in place by July 1 of this year.
I have very few English books with me at the moment. I skimmed those I have and found dates (in running text!) in three of them
1. The Sleepwalker, Christopher Clark, Harper Perennial 2014
In a report filed on 21 June – a week before the assassination at Sarajevo – Gellinek summed up the situation in four points.
During the twelve months between 1 January 1913 and 1 January 1914, he counselled a Serbian war no fewer than twenty-five times.
His removal was officially announced on 2 December 1911.
On 21 February 1912, when Poincaré, newly installed as premier, convened …
2. The Financial Times Guide to Investing, Glen Arnold, Prentice Hall 2004
Imagine you are pessimistic about the prospects for Cadbury Schweppes on 31 October 2002.
3. Contemporary Strategy Analysis, Robert M. Grant, Blackwell Publishers 2002
On May 1, 1987, Richard J. Ferris, chief executive of UAL Inc., inaugurated a fresh era in the company’s history under the new name of Allegis Corporation..…
On June 9, only six weeks after formally adopting the Allegis name, Dick Ferris was ousted by the board.
I looked for dates containing the word “of” and found none.