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Catharina Ebba Horn becomes the official royal mistress of the King.
Hortus Upsaliensis by Carl von Linné
- Defense treaty between Sweden and Russia.
February 21 - Olof Tempelman, architect (died 1816)
March 5 - Christina Elisabeth Carowsky, painter (died 1797)
May 5 - Carl August Ehrensvärd, naval officer, painter, author, and neo-classical architect (died 1800)
August 19 - Johan Gottlieb Gahn, chemist and metallurgist who discovered manganese (died 1817)
September 12 - Lovisa Meijerfeldt, countess and courtier, known as one of the "Three Graces" (died 1818)
- Brita Horn, courtier (died 1791)
- Hedvig Catharina Lillie, politically active salonniere (born 1695)
- Sarah Derith, politically active noblewoman (born 1680)
1745 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1745 in Sweden