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Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1865–1868

This is a list of members of the fourth parliament of the South Australian House of Assembly, which sat from 31 March 1865 until 26 March 1868. The members were elected at the 1865 colonial election.

Name Electorate Term in Office
Richard Andrews The Sturt 1857–1860, 1862–1870
Hon Arthur Blyth Gumeracha 1857–1868, 1870–1877
Neville Blyth [9] East Torrens 1860–1867, 1868–1870, 1871, 1877–1878
James Boucaut West Adelaide 1861–1862, 1865–1870, 1871–1878
Henry Bright Stanley 1865–1884
David Bower Port Adelaide 1865–1870, 1875–1887
John Carr [1] Noarlunga 1865–1879, 1881–1884
Wentworth Cavenagh Yatala 1862–1875, 1875–1881
Patrick Coglin Light 1860–1868, 1870–1871, 1875–1881, 1882–1887
George William Cole [5] The Burra 1860–1866
John Colton Noarlunga 1862–1870, 1875–1878, 1880–1887
Walter Duffield Barossa 1857–1868, 1870–1871
John Dunn Mount Barker 1857–1868, 1868
Francis Dutton [2] Light 1857–1862, 1862–1865
William Everard Encounter Bay 1865–1870, 1871–1872
Daniel Fisher [9] East Torrens 1867–1870
Henry Fuller West Adelaide 1865–1870
Lavington Glyde Yatala 1857–1875, 1877–1884
Charles Goode [7] East Torrens 1865–1866
Adam Lindsay Gordon [6] Victoria 1865–1866
Alexander Hay [8] Gumeracha 1857–1861, 1867–1871
John Hart [3] Port Adelaide 1857–1859, 1862–1866, 1868–1873
George Kingston Stanley 1857–1860, 1861–1880
James Martin Barossa 1865–1868
Alexander McCulloch [5] The Burra 1866–1868
William Milne Onkaparinga 1857–1868
Alexander Borthwick Murray [8] Gumeracha 1862–1867
Alexander Murray [10] The Sturt 1867–1868
John Bentham Neales The Burra 1857–1860, 1862–1870
Joseph Peacock [10] The Sturt 1860–1867
John Pickering West Torrens 1865–1868, 1870, 1871–1878
James Rankine Mount Barker 1865–1868
Hon Thomas Reynolds East Adelaide 1857–1862, 1862, 1864–1870,
1871–1872, 1872–1873
John Riddoch Victoria 1865–1870, 1871–1873
John Rounsevell [2] Light 1865–1868, 1880–1881
Philip Santo East Adelaide 1860–1870
Jacob Smith [3] Port Adelaide 1866–1868
Augustine Stow [4] Flinders 1862–1865, 1866–1868
Randolph Isham Stow [7] East Torrens 1861–1865, 1866–1868, 1873–1875
Hon Henry Strangways West Torrens 1858–1871
David Sutherland Encounter Bay 1860–1862, 1862–1868
William Townsend Onkaparinga 1857–1882
William Trimmer [1] Noarlunga 1865
James Umpherston [6] Victoria 1866–1868
Alfred Watts [4] Flinders 1862–1866, 1868–1875
John Williams Flinders 1864–1868, 1875–1878

NotesEdit

1 Noarlunga MHA William Trimmer had been elected on a technicality after return from one polling place was declared invalid. He resigned at the first sitting, leaving John Carr as the duly elected member.
2 Light MHA Francis Dutton accepted the office of South Australia's Agent General in London on 29 September 1865. John Rounsevell won the resulting by-election on 12 October, but his seat was declared vacant on 16 November. He then won a second by-election on 27 November.
3 Port Adelaide MHA John Hart resigned on 28 March 1866. Jacob Smith won the resulting by-election on 29 June.
4 Flinders MHA Alfred Watts resigned on 15 September 1866. Augustine Stow won the resulting by-election on 20 October.
5 The Burra MHA George Cole resigned on 28 September 1866. Alexander McCulloch won the resulting by-election on 15 October.
6 Victoria MHA Adam Lindsay Gordon resigned on 10 November 1866. James Umpherston won the resulting by-election on 13 December.
7 East Torrens MHA Charles Goode resigned on 22 November 1866. Randolph Isham Stow won the resulting by-election on 3 December.
8 Gumeracha MHA Alexander Borthwick Murray resigned on 27 June 1867. Alexander Hay won the resulting by-election on 15 July.
9 East Torrens MHA Neville Blyth resigned on 9 July 1867. Daniel Fisher won the resulting by-election on 22 July.
10 The Sturt MHA Joseph Peacock died on 25 July 1867. Alexander Murray won the resulting by-election on 14 August.

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