1730 in Great Britain
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Events from the year 1730 in Great Britain.
- 3 February - The Daily Advertiser is founded in London as the first newspaper funded by advertising.
- 12 March - John Glas deposed from the Church of Scotland; the Glasite sect forms around him.
- 15 May - Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend resigns as Secretary of State for the Northern Department after a dispute with Robert Walpole.
- The population of the UK exceeds 10 million for the first time.
- Reputedly the last originally native roe deer in England is killed at Hexham, Northumberland.
- 16 April - Henry Clinton, general (died 1795)
- 26 April - John Moore, Archbishop of Canterbury (died 1805)
- 13 May - Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, Prime Minister (died 1782)
- 12 July - Josiah Wedgwood, potter (died 1795)
- 1 November - George Horne, bishop (died 1792)
- 30 December - William Hamilton, diplomat and antiquary (died 1803)
- date unknown
- John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, governor of the Province of New York (died 1809)
- 1 January - Daniel Finch, 2nd Earl of Nottingham, politician (born 1647)
- 30 May - Arabella Churchill, mistress of King James II (born 1648)
- 27 September - Laurence Eusden, poet (born 1688)
- 23 October - Anne Oldfield, actress (born 1683)
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