1815 in Norway
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|See also:||1815 in Sweden
List of years in Norway
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- 30 April – Population Census: Norway had 885,431 inhabitants.
- The Supreme Court of Norway was established on the basis of the Constitution of Norway's §88, prescribing an independent judiciary.
Arts and literature
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- 19 February – Elise Wærenskjold, Norwegian-American pioneer in Texas (d. 1895)
- 4 April – Johannes Wilhelm Christian Dietrichson, Lutheran Minister (d. 1883)
- 3 May – Mads Langaard, brewery owner and industrialist (d.1891).
- 4 July – Daniel Cornelius Danielssen, physician (d.1894)
- 23 July – Johan Christian Johnsen, politician (d.1898)
- 30 July – Herman Severin Løvenskiold, composer (d.1870)
- 15 September – Halfdan Kjerulf, composer (d.1868)
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- Nicolai Friis, politician (d.1888)
- Hans Peder Johansen Hafslund, politician
- Thomas Henrik Hammer, jurist and politician (d.1900)
- Hans Gerhard Colbjørnsen Meldahl, jurist and politician (d.1877)
- Joseph Frantz Oscar Wergeland, military officer, cartographer and skiing pioneer (d.1895)
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