1798 in Sweden

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Events from the year 1798 in Sweden



  • - The Royal Dramatic Theatre is granted monopoly of professional dramatic performances within the city borders of Stockholm, and all other theaters in Stockholm, notably the Stenborg Theatre, is closed down (the monopoly is not dissolved until 1842).[1]
  • - Married business women are given legal majority and juridical responsibility within the affairs of their business enterprise, despite being otherwise under guardianship of their spouse.[2]




  1. ^ Nordensvan, Georg: Svensk teater och svenska skådespelare. Första bandet 1772–1842 (Swedish theatre and Swedish actors from Gustav III to our days. First book 1772–1842) (Swedish)
  2. ^ Mot halva makten – elva historiska essäer om kvinnors strategier och mäns motstånd Redaktör: Ingrid Hagman. Rapport till Utredningen om fördelningen av ekonomisk makt och ekonomiska resurser mellan kvinnor och män Stockholm 1997
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