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1793 in Sweden

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1793 in Sweden

Events from the year 1793 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Gustav IV Adolf
  • Events

  • 7 January - Ebel riots in Stockholm.
  • 9 March - Riot among students in Scania.
  • May - Reuterholm completes a defense treaty with revolutionary France.
  • 18 December - Magdalena Rudenschöld is the first to be arrested when the Armfelt Conspiracy of the Gustavian Party against the guardian government is exposed.
  • - The Royal Dramatic Theatre changes localities from the Bollhuset to Makalös in Stockholm, and the Bollhuset building is torn down.
  • - Dramatens elevskola is regulated and given its organization by Anne Marie Milan Desguillons and Joseph Sauze Desguillons.
  • Births

  • 27 February - Elisabeth Frösslind, opera singer and actress (died 1861)
  • 20 August - Ulrika Sofia De Geer, salonniére (died 1869)
  • 14 October - Erik Johan Stagnelius, romantic poet (died 1823)
  • 28 November - Carl Jonas Love Almqvist, romantic poet, early feminist, realist, composer, social critic and traveller (died 1866)
  • 2 September - Caroline Ridderstolpe, composer (died 1878)
  • Deaths

  • 4 January - Bengt Lidner, poet (born 1757)
  • 2 March – Carl Gustaf Pilo, painter (born 1711)
  • 15 May - Peter Adolf Hall, painter (born 1739)
  • 19 May – Jean Eric Rehn
  • 5 July - Alexander Roslin, painter (born 1718)
  • 10 August - Daniel Rolander, biologist and an apostle of Carl Linnaeus (born 1722)
  • Maria Carowsky, painter (born 1723)
  • Ingrid Maria Wenner, courtier (born 1731)
  • References

    1793 in Sweden Wikipedia


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