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17 March - The Freemasonry is introduced to Sweden by Axel Wrede Sparre.
10 May - Kongliga Ritarakademien is created: it is re-founded as the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts in 1773.
August - Arvid Horn renews the treaty between Sweden and Russia.
- The Riksdag introduce and amendment to the sumptuary law of clothing from 1731, when all manner of artificial and superfluous decorations within clothing are to be banned: the law results in a fiasco when the members of parliament are themselves attacked by spies wishing to report law breakers, and in practice, the law is ignored until fallen out of use in 1738.
- Systema naturae by Carolus Linnaeus.
- Sweden establish a permanent embassy at Constantinople in the Ottoman Empire.
The Speigelberg Company tour Sweden and is confirmed to have performed in Norrköping this year.
2 April - Ulrika Pasch, painter (died 1796)
23 September - Clas Bjerkander, meteorologist, botanist, and entomologist (died 1795)
- Anna Hammar-Rosén, publisher (died 1805)
27 September - Peter Artedi, naturalist (born 1705)
- Charlotta von Liewen, politically active countess (born 1683)
- Catharina Bröms, ironmaster (born 1665)
1735 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1735 in Sweden