1813 in Wales
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- January - Sir Joseph Bailey sells his 25% share in Cyfarthfa ironworks for £20,000.
- April - Thomas Price (Carnhuanawc) moves to Crickhowell to take over several parishes in the vicinity.
- 30 September - Sir Jeremiah Homfray is forced to sell his house at Cwm Rhondda to settle his debts.
- 2 November - Richard Parry Price, heir to the Puleston estates, is created a baronet.
- date unknown
- The first permanent military barracks in Wales are opened at Brecon.
- An Independent minister, David Davies, is forced to leave his teaching post at Carmarthen Academy after charges of "immorality" are made against him.
- David Daniel Davis is appointed a physician at Queen Charlotte's Hospital in London.
- Charles James Apperley becomes agent for his brother-in-law's estates in Caernarvonshire, taking up residence at Tŷ Gwyn, Llanbeblig.
- Diana Noel, 2nd Baroness Barham, settles at Fairy Hill, Gower.
- Thomas Charles of Bala publishes his "rules" for the conduct of Sunday schools.
- Elijah Waring founds a new periodical, The Cambrian Visitor: a Monthly Miscellany, which fails after eight months.
Arts and literature
- Hugh Davies - Welsh Botanology … A Systematic Catalogue of the Native Plants of Anglesey, in Latin, English, and Welsh
- Walter Davies (Gwallter Mechain) - General View of the Agriculture and Domestic Economy of North Wales
- M. Surrey - Llewellyn, Prince of Wales, or Gellert the Faithful Dog (play)
- 30 January - Samuel Prideaux Tregelles, Biblical scholar (d. 1875)
- 2 May - Mordecai Jones, industrialist (d. 1880)
- 30 June - Thomas Briscoe, translator (d. 1895)
- 1 August - William Ambrose (Emrys), poet (d. 1873)
- 12 September - Daniel Jones, missionary (d. 1846)
- 10 October - William Adams, mining engineer (d. 1886)
- date unknown - John Edwards (Meiriadog), poet (d. 1906)
- 23 March - Princess Augusta of Great Britain, daughter of Frederick, Prince of Wales and mother of Caroline, later Princess of Wales, 75
- 17 April - Thomas Edwards (Yr Hwntw Mawr), murderer
- 11 August (or 12 August) - John Price, librarian, 78
- date unknown - Edward Pugh, artist
- Alan Birch (5 November 2013). Economic HIstory of the British Iron and Steel Industry. Routledge. p. 80. ISBN 978-1-136-61723-2.
- Great Britain (1814). The London Gazette. T. Neuman. p. 380.
- William Williams Mortimer (1847). The history of the hundred of Wirral: with a sketch of the city and county of Chester. Whittaker & Co. pp. 321.
- The Welsh Church from Reformation to Disestablishment, 1603-1920. University of Wales Press. 2007. ISBN 978-0-7083-1877-5.
- "Sir Gerard Noel Noel 2nd Bart". Legacies of British Slave-ownership database. Retrieved 8 August 2017.
- A History of Early Nineteenth Century Drama 1800-1850. CUP Archive. pp. 289–. GGKEY:02TQBKU1SAT.
- Catalogue of Welsh Books, Books on Wales, and Books by Welshmen, A.D. 1800-1862, at Glan Aber, Chester. 1870. p. 44.
- Bye-gones, Relating to Wales and the Border Counties. 1905.
- Edmund Lodge (1838). The genealogy of the existing British peerage. Saunders and Otley. pp. 6.
- John Barrell (2013). Edward Pugh of Ruthin 1763-1813: 'a Native Artist'. University of Wales Press. ISBN 978-0-7083-2566-7.