Results of the 1877 New South Wales colonial election

New South Wales colonial election, 24 October – 12 November 1877 [1]
Legislative Assembly
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Enrolled voters
Votes cast 98,503 Turnout 48.31 +1.10
Informal votes 680 Informal 1.01 −0.19
Summary of votes by party
Party Primary votes % Swing Seats Change
Total 98,503     73  

The 1877 New South Wales colonial election was for 73 members representing 61 electoral districts. The election was conducted on the basis of a simple majority or first-past-the-post voting system. In this election there were 8 multi-member districts returning 20 members and 53 single member districts. In the multi-member districts each elector could vote for as many candidates as there were vacancies. 17 districts were uncontested. There was no recognisable party structure at this election.[1]

There were four districts that did not have a residential or property qualification, Goldfields North (1,200), Goldfields South (1,500), Goldfields West (10,000) and University of Sydney (158). The average number of enrolled voters per seat in the other districts was 2,342 ranging from The Paterson (556) to The Bogan (7,401).[2] The electoral boundaries were established under the Electoral Act 1858 (NSW).[3][4]

Election resultsEdit

ArgyleEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Argyle
Thursday 1 November [5]
Candidate Votes %
William Davies (elected) 890 61.7
Charles Heydon 553 38.3
Total formal votes 1,443 97.5
Informal votes 37 2.5
Turnout 1,480 60.9

BalranaldEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Balranald
Monday 12 November [6]
Candidate Votes %
Collin Simson 623 79.8
John Smart 158 20.2
Total formal votes 781 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 797 23.2

BathurstEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Bathurst
Monday 29 October [7]
Candidate Votes %
Francis Suttor (re-elected) 551 64.1
David Williamson 308 35.9
Total formal votes 859 98.1
Informal votes 17 1.9
Turnout 876 51.9

The BoganEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Bogan
Monday 12 November [8]
Candidate Votes %
Walter Coonan (elected) 1,248 51.8
Sir John Robertson 1,020 42.3
Sir Henry Parkes 117 4.9
John Ardill 12 0.5
William Forlonge 7 0.3
Jean Serisier 5 0.2
Total formal votes 2,409 97.1
Informal votes 72 2.9
Turnout 2,481 33.5

BraidwoodEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Braidwood
Wednesday 31 October [9]
Candidate Votes %
Edward Greville (re-elected) unopposed  

CamdenEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Camden
Tuesday 30 October [10]
Candidate Votes %
Thomas Garrett (re-elected 1) 762 41.4
Arthur Onslow (re-elected 2) 683 37.1
Thomas Fisher 397 21.6
Total formal votes 1,842 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,255 53.1

CanterburyEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Canterbury
Monday 29 October [11]
Candidate Votes %
Sir Henry Parkes (elected 1) 1,841 28.4
John Lucas (re-elected 2) 1,645 25.4
Richard Hill (defeated) 1,443 22.3
George Pile 969 14.9
William Henson 588 9.1
Total formal votes 6,486 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 6,486 49.2

CarcoarEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Carcoar
Tuesday 30 October [12]
Candidate Votes %
Andrew Lynch (re-elected) unopposed  

The ClarenceEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Clarence
Saturday 3 November [13]
Candidate Votes %
Thomas Bawden (re-elected) 1,161 42.2
Charles Fawcett 1,126 41.0
Edward Madgwick 286 10.4
Sir John Robertson 176 6.4
Total formal votes 2,749 98.4
Informal votes 46 1.7
Turnout 2,795 59.7

Central CumberlandEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Central Cumberland
Monday 29 October [14]
Candidate Votes %
John Lackey (re-elected) unopposed  
Andrew McCulloch (elected) unopposed  

The other sitting member William Long successfully contested Parramatta.[15]

East MacquarieEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: East Macquarie
Monday 5 November [16]
Candidate Votes %
Sir John Robertson (elected 1) 781 38.5
William Suttor (re-elected 2) 627 30.9
William Cummings 515 25.4
George Stephen 105 5.2
Total formal votes 2,028 99.0
Informal votes 21 1.0
Turnout 1,307 63.4

East MaitlandEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: East Maitland
Wednesday 31 October [17]
Candidate Votes %
Stephen Scholey (re-elected) 268 50.2
Alexander Dodds 266 49.8
Total formal votes 534 99.1
Informal votes 5 0.9
Turnout 539 70.2

East SydneyEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: East Sydney
Wednesday 24 October [18]
Candidate Votes %
John Macintosh (re-elected 1) 4,112 19.0
John Davies (re-elected 2) 3,761 17.4
James Greenwood (elected 3) 3,493 16.1
Alexander Stuart (re-elected 4) 2,930 13.5
Sir Henry Parkes (defeated) 2,843 13.1
Sedgwick Cowper 1,335 6.2
Francis Dixon 1,302 6.0
Isaac Josephson 1,029 4.8
Ninian Melville 540 2.5
Josiah Mason 173 0.8
William Cover 77 0.4
George Perry 60 0.3
Total formal votes 21,655 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 7,156 54.1

EdenEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Eden
Tuesday 30 October [19]
Candidate Votes %
Henry Clarke (re-elected) 825 69.6
Sir Henry Parkes 361 30.4
Total formal votes 1,186 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,216 54.5

The GlebeEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Glebe
Monday 29 October [20]
Candidate Votes %
George Allen (re-elected) 1,179 64.8
Charles Mossman 641 35.2
Total formal votes 1,820 97.9
Informal votes 39 2.1
Turnout 1,859 55.2

Goldfields SouthEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Goldfields South
Monday 12 November [21]
Candidate Votes %
Ezekiel Baker (re-elected) unopposed  

Goldfields WestEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Goldfields West
Monday 12 November [22]
Candidate Votes %
Louis Beyers (elected) 476 57.9
David Buchanan (defeated) 346 42.1
Total formal votes 822 97.9
Informal votes 18 2.1
Turnout 840 8.4

Goldfields NorthEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Goldfields North
Monday 12 November [23]
Candidate Votes %
Henry Copeland (elected) unopposed  

GoulburnEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Goulburn
Friday 26 October [24]
Candidate Votes %
William Teece (re-elected) 400 62.8
Frederick Horn 237 37.2
Total formal votes 637 97.7
Informal votes 15 2.3
Turnout 652 65.7

The GwydirEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Gwydir
Monday 5 November [25]
Candidate Votes %
Thomas Dangar (re-elected) unopposed  

HartleyEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Hartley
Thursday 1 November [26]
Candidate Votes %
John Hurley (b 1844) (re-elected) 695 57.8
Patrick Higgins 508 42.2
Total formal votes 1,203 97.8
Informal votes 27 2.2
Turnout 1,230 63.0

The HastingsEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Hastings
Saturday 3 November [27]
Candidate Votes %
Robert Smith (re-elected) 1,018 94.2
Thomas Amos 63 5.8
Total formal votes 1,081 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,093 34.5

The HawkesburyEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Hawkesbury
Tuesday 30 October [28]
Candidate Votes %
Alexander Bowman (elected 1) 462 33.0
Henry Moses (re-elected 2) 383 27.3
William Piddington (defeated) 283 20.2
Thomas Primrose 177 12.6
George Davies 96 6.9
Total formal votes 1,401 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,401 50.8

The HumeEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Hume
Monday 5 November [29]
Candidate Votes %
George Day (re-elected) 461 97.7
Sir Henry Parkes 11 2.3
Total formal votes 472 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 484 15.4

The HunterEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Hunter
Tuesday 30 October [30]
Candidate Votes %
John Burns (re-elected) unopposed  

IllawarraEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Illawarra
Monday 29 October [31]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Gray (re-elected) unopposed  

KiamaEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Kiama
Monday 29 October [32]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Charles (re-elected) unopposed  

The LachlanEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Lachlan
Saturday 3 November [33]
Candidate Votes %
James Watson (re-elected) unopposed  

Liverpool PlainsEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Liverpool Plains
Saturday 3 November [34]
Candidate Votes %
Hanley Bennett (re-elected) 703 42.5
Michael Burke 536 32.4
George Grehan 415 25.1
Total formal votes 1,654 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,654 36.4

The Lower HunterEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Lower Hunter
Tuesday 30 October [35]
Candidate Votes %
Archibald Jacob (re-elected) unopposed  

MonaraEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Monara
Friday 2 November [36]
Candidate Votes %
John Murphy (elected) 768 59.6
Alexander Montague (defeated) 521 40.4
Total formal votes 1,289 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,289 54.0

MorpethEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Morpeth
Monday 29 October [37]
Candidate Votes %
Robert Wisdom (re-elected) unopposed  

MudgeeEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Mudgee
Monday 5 November [38]
Candidate Votes %
Sir John Robertson (elected) 1,142 53.7
Richard Rouse (defeated) 985 46.3
Total formal votes 2,127 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 2,130 44.4

The MurrayEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Murray
Monday 5 November [39]
Candidate Votes %
Robert Barbour (elected) 815 51.9
James Davidson 754 48.1
Total formal votes 1,569 97.4
Informal votes 42 2.6
Turnout 1,611 62.9

The MurrumbidgeeEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Murrumbidgee
Monday 5 November [40]
Candidate Votes %
Joseph Leary (re-elected) 531 36.7
Henry Parkes 468 32.4
James Gormly 447 30.9
Total formal votes 1,446 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,483 32.3

NarellanEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Narellan
Saturday 27 October [41]
Candidate Votes %
John Hurley (b 1796) (re-elected) 244 57.3
John Kidd 182 42.7
Total formal votes 426 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 426 74.6

The NepeanEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Nepean
Monday 29 October [42]
Candidate Votes %
Thomas Smith (elected) 520 60.9
John Smith (defeated) 334 39.1
Total formal votes 854 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 854 74.0

The sitting member was Patrick Shepherd who did not contest the election. John Smith was the sitting member for Wellington.

New EnglandEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: New England
Saturday 3 November [43]
Candidate Votes %
Samuel Terry (re-elected) 736 58.6
Robert Forster (defeated) 521 41.5
Total formal votes 1,257 96.8
Informal votes 42 3.2
Turnout 1,299 49.2

NewcastleEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Newcastle
Friday 26 October [44]
Candidate Votes %
Richard Bowker (elected) 784 54.7
George Lloyd (defeated) 402 28.0
Thomas Hungerford 230 16.0
William Brookes 18 1.3
Total formal votes 1,434 98.4
Informal votes 24 1.7
Turnout 1,458 77.1

NewtownEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Newtown
Saturday 27 October [45]
Candidate Votes %
Stephen Brown (re-elected) 1,083 82.7
James Yeomans 227 17.3
Total formal votes 1,310 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,310 39.3

NorthumberlandEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Northumberland
Monday 29 October [46]
Candidate Votes %
Thomas Hungerford (elected) 1,580 50.7
William Turner (defeated) 1,534 49.3
Total formal votes 3,114 97.7
Informal votes 75 2.4
Turnout 3,189 72.7

OrangeEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Orange
Friday 26 October [47]
Candidate Votes %
Edward Combes (re-elected) unopposed  

PaddingtonEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Paddington
Friday 26 October [48]
Candidate Votes %
John Sutherland (re-elected) unopposed  

ParramattaEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Parramatta
Saturday 27 October [15]
Candidate Votes %
Hugh Taylor (re-elected 1) 571 33.9
William Long (re-elected 2) 426 25.3
Walter Cooper 370 22.0
George Young 265 15.8
John Bergan 51 3.0
Total formal votes 1,683 98.9
Informal votes 19 1.1
Turnout 988 85.7

The other sitting member Charles Byrnes did not contest the election. William Long was the member for Central Cumberland.[15]

The PatersonEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Paterson
Saturday 27 October [49]
Candidate Votes %
Herbert Brown (re-elected) unopposed  

Patrick's PlainsEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Patrick's Plains
Tuesday 30 October [50]
Candidate Votes %
William Browne (re-elected) 468 63.6
William Durham 268 36.4
Total formal votes 736 97.1
Informal votes 22 2.9
Turnout 758 52.8

QueanbeyanEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Queanbeyan
Monday 29 October [51]
Candidate Votes %
James Thompson (elected) 446 49.8
Thomas Rutledge 337 37.7
William O'Neill 112 12.5
Total formal votes 895 98.4
Informal votes 15 1.7
Turnout 910 67.4

ShoalhavenEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Shoalhaven
Wednesday 31 October [52]
Candidate Votes %
John Roseby (elected) 591 50.5
Thomas Richards 579 49.5
Total formal votes 1,170 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,193 76.6

St LeonardsEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: St Leonards
Wednesday 31 October [53]
Candidate Votes %
James Farnell (re-elected) unopposed  

TenterfieldEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Tenterfield
Saturday 3 November [54]
Candidate Votes %
John Dillon (elected) 642 40.9
Robert Abbott (defeated) 518 33.0
Alexander Murray 410 26.1
Total formal votes 1,570 97.3
Informal votes 44 2.7
Turnout 1,614 38.3

The TumutEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Tumut
Monday 5 November [55]
Candidate Votes %
James Hoskins (re-elected) 557 60.6
Sir John Robertson 362 39.4
Total formal votes 919 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 937 42.4

University of SydneyEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: University of Sydney
Tuesday 6 November [56]
Candidate Votes %
William Windeyer (re-elected) unopposed  

The Upper HunterEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Upper Hunter
Saturday 3 November [57]
Candidate Votes %
John McElhone (re-elected) 1,169 71.9
Sir John Robertson 456 28.1
Total formal votes 1,625 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 1,651 50.4

WellingtonEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Wellington
Friday 2 November [58]
Candidate Votes %
John Shepherd (elected) 741 50.2
Patrick Jennings 595 40.3
Thomas Wythes 139 9.4
Total formal votes 1,475 99.4
Informal votes 9 0.6
Turnout 1,521 60.9

The sitting member was John Smith who unsuccessfully contested Nepean.

West MacquarieEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: West Macquarie
Wednesday 31 October [59]
Candidate Votes %
Charles Pilcher (re-elected) 314 59.3
Alexander Rae 216 40.8
Total formal votes 530 98.0
Informal votes 11 2.0
Turnout 541 47.3

West MaitlandEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: West Maitland
Wednesday 31 October [60]
Candidate Votes %
Henry Cohen (re-elected) 397 55.6
James Pritchard 304 42.6
Thomas Hungerford 7 1.0
Thomas Jones 6 0.8
Total formal votes 714 98.2
Informal votes 13 1.8
Turnout 727 67.2

West SydneyEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: West Sydney
Thursday 25 October [61]
Candidate Votes %
James Merriman (elected 1) 2,929 15.9
Angus Cameron (re-elected 2) 2,373 12.9
Daniel O'Connor (elected 3) 2,249 12.2
John Harris (elected 4) 2,117 11.5
Henry Dangar (defeated) 2,010 10.9
Sir John Robertson (defeated) 1,892 10.3
Thomas White 1,602 8.7
George Dibbs (defeated) 1,394 7.6
Jacob Garrard 675 3.7
Benjamin Palmer 627 3.4
Joseph O'Connor 404 2.2
Archibald Hamilton 111 0.6
Henry Fisher 74 0.4
Total formal votes 18,457 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 6,542 64.8

The WilliamsEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: The Williams
Thursday 1 November [62]
Candidate Votes %
William Johnston (re-elected) 516 51.0
John Booth (defeated) 495 49.0
Total formal votes 1,011 96.1
Informal votes 41 3.9
Turnout 1,052 70.7

William Johnston had won the seat at the 1877 by-election. John Booth was one of the sitting members for East Macquarie.

WindsorEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Windsor
Thursday 1 November [63]
Candidate Votes %
Richard Driver (re-elected) 327 72.2
Charles Cansdell 126 27.8
Total formal votes 453 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 453 74.0

WollombiEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Wollombi
Friday 2 November [64]
Candidate Votes %
Joseph Eckford (elected) 237 36.6
Henry Levien 236 36.5
James Cunneen (defeated) 174 26.9
Total formal votes 647 100.0
Informal votes 0 0.0
Turnout 647 60.6

Yass PlainsEdit

1877 New South Wales colonial election: Yass Plains
Wednesday 31 October [65]
Candidate Votes %
Michael Fitzpatrick (re-elected) 382 52.3
Michael Perry 327 44.8
Arthur Remmington 21 2.9
Total formal votes 730 96.6
Informal votes 26 3.4
Turnout 756 43.6

See alsoEdit

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