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1823 in the United Kingdom

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1823 in the United Kingdom

1823 in the United Kingdom:
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Events from the year 1823 in the United Kingdom.




  • Beginning of the first Anglo-Ashanti war.
  • Excise Act reduces duties on the distillation of whisky, encouraging its commercial production.





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