26 July – The official inauguration of the Norwegian Royal Palace (Norwegian: Slottet or formally Det kongelige slott), which occurred during the reign of Oscar I.
Ryvarden Lighthouse established.
18 February - Alexander Kielland, novelist (died 1906)
8 March - Eduard Boeckmann, Norwegian American ophthalmologist, physician and inventor. (died 1927)
9 March - Nils P. Haugen, U.S. Representative from Wisconsin (died 1931)
5 June - Vilhelm Andreas Wexelsen, bishop and politician (died 1909)
15 December - Amund B. Larsen, linguist (died 1928)
Marcus Olaus Bøckmann, priest and theologian (died 1945)
Hans Dahl, painter (died 1937)
Johan Leonard Hagen, politician
Jon Eriksson Helland II, Hardanger fiddle maker (died 1869)
Birger Kildal, politician and Minister (died 1913)
Christian Fredrik Sissenèr, property owner and politician (died 1903)
6 July - Olaf Rye, military officer (born 1791)
10 October - Wilhelm Frimann Koren Christie, a Norwegian constitutional father, known for being the constitutional assembly's writer (born 1778)
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