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1801 in Sweden

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1801 in Sweden

Events from the year 1801 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Gustav IV Adolf
  • Events

  • - The Swedish colony of Saint Barthélemy is occupied by Great Britain.
  • - Carl Gustaf af Leopold publishes the Afhandling om svenska stafsättet
  • - Foundation of the Djurgårdsteatern in Stockholm, the only theater accept the Royal Dramatic Theater allowed in the capital during the royal theater monopoly.
  • Births

  • 22 January – Lars Johan Hierta, newspaper publisher, social critic, businessman and politician (died 1872)
  • 1 February - Adolf Fredrik Lindblad, composer (died 1878)
  • 24 March - Immanuel Nobel, engineer, architect, inventor and industrialist (died 1)
  • 17 May - Lovisa Åhrberg, herbalist doctor (died 1881)
  • 21 May - Princess Sophie of Sweden, princess (died 1865)
  • 26 July – Maria Röhl, portrait artist (died 1875)
  • 14 August - Fredrika Bremer, writer (died 1865)
  • 22 October - Carl Jacob Sundevall, zoologist (died 1875)
  • 18 December – Ulrik Torsslow, actor (died 1881)
  • – Brita Sofia Hesselius, photographer (died 1866)
  • 9 May – Ulrika von Strussenfelt, writer (died 1873)
  • Deaths

  • - Ulrica Arfvidsson, fortune teller (born 1734)
  • References

    1801 in Sweden Wikipedia


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