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February - A conflict between the Riksdag and the King and the Queen result in the removal of the current governor of Crown Prince Gustav, who is replaced by a new one, appointed by the parliament.
26 May - The parliament begun to use a name stamp with the signature of the King, when the monarch refuses to sign papers of state.
July - The Coup of 1756 of Queen Louisa Ulrika, in which she planned to replace the reinstate the absolute monarchy by the support of the Hovpartiet, is exposed.
23 July - Eight participants in the Queen's planned Coup d'état is executed in Stockholm.
- The common Moonshine manufacturing of brännvin is banned.
- Ban on the import of coffee.
- Sweden and Denmark conduct an alliance at sea to protect the ships at the North Sea.
- The Great awakening movement starts in the province of Finland, inspired by Lisa Eriksdotter.
- En swensks tankar öfwer den 22 junii 1756. Sthlm 1756. by Elisabeth Stierncrona
3 April – Carl Gustaf af Leopold, poet (died 1829)
20 June - Joseph Martin Kraus, composer (died 1792)
July 7- Gustaf Adolf Reuterholm, politician and royal favorite (died 1813)
15 August – Olof Åhlström, composer (died 1835)
9 September – Christopher Christian Karsten, opera singer (died 1827)
Date unknown - Brita Hagberg, war heroine (died 1825)
Date unknown - Maria Katarina Öhrn, singer and actress (died 1783)
Date unknown - Henrik Gustaf Ulfvenklou, mystic and medium (died 1819)
Maria Nilsdotter i Ölmeskog, farmer and heroine (died 1822)
24 June - Olof Celsius, botanist, philologist and clergyman
23 July - Johan Puke, participator in the Coup of 1756
23 July - Magnus Stålsvärd, participator in the Coup of 1756
23 July - Gustaf Jacob Horn, participator in the Coup of 1756
23 July - Erik Brahe, participator in the Coup of 1756
1756 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1756 in Sweden