1834 in the United Kingdom

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

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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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  7. ^ "The Rathcormac Inquest", House of Commons Debates 26, 3 March 1835: 523–4, retrieved 2012-10-17 
  8. ^ Rathcormac Tithe Commemoration Committee (1984). A souvenir programme commemorating the Rathmore-Gortroe massacre which took place during the Tithe War on the 18 December, 1834. 
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