NewspaperArchive contains content representing centuries of historical events and information. Some of the most notable events from the year 1730 include Anna of Russia becoming the empress upon the death of Peter II, the dedication of the Shearith Israel as New York City's first synagogue, Robert Walpole becoming the leader of the Cabinet of Great Britain, the Tobacco Inspection Act of 1730 being passed by the Virginia House of Burgesses, the completion of the Ladoga Canal in Russia, and so much more! Each title is available individually, and all are searchable via an interface that allows users to easily view, search, zoom, print and save digital page images.
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January 29, 1730
Upon the death of Emperor Peter II, his cousin Anna of Russia becomes empress.
April 8, 1730
New York City's first synagogue, the Shearith Israel, is dedicated.
The Tobacco Inspection Act of 1730 is passed by the Virginia House of Burgesses to regulate the quality of tobacco in Virginia.
May 15, 1730
Robert Walpole is left as the sole and undisputed leader of the Cabinet of Great Britain upon the retirement of Charles Townshend.