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March 9, 1723
The beginning of the Mapuche Uprising of 1723 takes place in Chile.
Baku is captured by the Russian army led by Matyushkin.
July 12, 1723
A lecture is held for students and magistrates by Christian von Wolff, resulting in him being charged on atheism and banned from Prussia.
The opening of the Peterhof Palace outside of Saint Petersburg, Russia takes place.
September 1, 1723
The signing of the Treaty of St. Petersburg takes place.
November 23, 1723
New Bern is incorporated as Newbern in the Province of Carolina.
December 26, 1723
The first performance of Darzu ist erschienen der Sohn Gottes, BWV 40 is made by Johann Sebastian Bach in Leipzig.