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1847 in Sweden

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1847 in Sweden

Events from the year 1847 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Oscar I
  • Events

  • 18 January – Brottslingarne by Emelie Flygare Carlén on Mindre teatern in Stockholm.
  • 24 May – Hittebarnet by August Blanche on Djurgårdsteatern in Stockholm.
  • 13 December – Mor och döttrar eller Namnförvexlingen by Jeanette Stjernström in Mindre teatern in Stockholm.
  • Jenny Lind returns to Sweden with a great tour.
  • The first bureau for registration as medical examination of prostitutes is opened in the capital: from 1859, all prostitutes are forced to registration.
  • Poor Care Regulation of 1847 replace the Beggar Regulation of 1642 and reorganize the poor relief system. Rotegång is banned for children.
  • The Åhlinska skolan is founded in Stockholm by Karin Åhlin and her sisters.
  • Aurore Storckenfeldt open the Storckenfeldtska skolan.
  • Slavery is abolished on the Swedish colony of Saint Barthélemy.
  • The perfume and cosmetic company Antoinette W Nording is founded by Antoinette Nording.
  • - 1846 och 1946 by August Blanche
  • - Barnen i nya skogen by Frederick Marryat.
  • - De begge aristokraterna by Wilhelmina Stålberg
  • - Flickan i Stadsträdgården by August Blanche
  • - Herr Dardanell och hans upptåg på landet by August Blanche
  • - Stockholm, Westerås och Upsala by August Blanche
  • - Tegnérs minne by August Blanche
  • - Vålnaden by August Blanche
  • Births

  • 1 May – Hildegard Björck, first Swedish woman to complete an academic degree (died 1920)
  • 20 October – Oscar Swahn, shooter (died 1927)
  • Anna Rönström, educator and mathematician (died 1920)
  • Deaths

  • 9 February - Ulrica Eleonora Rålamb, politically active countess and spy (born 1769)
  • 17 April - Maria Franck, actress (born 1769)
  • 23 April – Erik Gustaf Geijer, historian, poet, philosopher, and composer (born 1783)
  • 18 June - Lisette Stenberg, actress and pianist (born 1770)
  • 14 August – Frans Michael Franzén, writer (born 1772)
  • 25 December – Carl Gustaf von Brinkman, diplomat (born 1764)
  • - Amelie von Strussenfelt, writer (born 1803)
  • References

    1847 in Sweden Wikipedia


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