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1834 in the United Kingdom

1834 in the United Kingdom:
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1834 English cricket season

Events from the year 1834 in the United Kingdom. Uniquely, four Prime Ministers serve during the year.



The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons by J. M. W. Turner (1835). Turner witnessed the fire (16 October 1834), and painted the subject several times.






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