|Covid-19|Monarch – Charles XIII
6 January - Treaty of Paris (1810)
7 January - The newly elected heir to the throne, Charles August, arrives in Sweden.
28 May - Charles August, Crown Prince of Sweden dies. Rumors suspect poisoning by the Gustavian Party.
May - Maria Nilsdotter i Ölmeskog dissolves a potential rebel army and are rewarded by the monarch for having prevented a rebellion.
20 June - Axel von Fersen the Younger, a member of the Gustavian Party, is killed by a lynch mob in Stockholm suspected of having murdered Charles August.
21 August - Jean Baptiste Bernadotte is elected the new heir to the Swedish throne.
20 October - Jean Baptiste Bernadotte arrives in Sweden.
2 November - Jean Baptiste Bernadotte makes his formal entry in Stockholm and takes the name Charles John.
2 November - The Swedish Act of Succession is passed.
5 November - Jean Baptiste Bernadotte is formally adopted by Charles XIII.
7 November - Anglo-Swedish War (1810–12)
22 December - The spouse and son of Jean Baptiste Bernadotte, Désirée Clary and the future Oscar I, arrives in Sweden.
- The Smådalarö Gård is completed.
- Johan Olof Wallin inducted to the Swedish Academy.
- The right of an unmarried woman to be declared of legal majority by royal dispensation are officially confirmed by parliament.
- The execution of Metta Fock.
20 May – Sara Augusta Malmborg, singer, pianist and painter (died 1860)
7 June - Carl August Adlersparre, chamberlain (1838), poet, novelist and historian (died 1862)
16 October – Carl Wahlbom, artist (died 1858)
19 March – Louis Masreliez, artist (died 1748)
28 May - Charles August, Crown Prince of Sweden, crown prince (died 1768)
20 June - Axel von Fersen the Younger, courtier, military, diplomat (died 1755)
17 September - Ulla von Höpken, courtier profile of the Gustavian Age (died 1749)
- Hedvig Amalia Charlotta Klinckowström, artist (died 1777)
1810 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1810 in Sweden