Electoral district of Hobart Town
The seat was created as a five-member seat ahead of the Assembly's first election held in 1856, and was abolished at the 1871 election, when it was divided up into the seats of Central, East, North, South and West Hobart.
The seat was later recombined in 1897 as the seat of Hobart.
Members for Hobart Town
|Member 1||Term||Member 2||Term||Member 3||Term||Member 4||Term||Member 5||Term|
|Thomas Chapman||1856–1861||Maxwell Miller||1856–1861||Francis Smith||1856–1857||Robert Nutt||1856–1859||James Dunn||1856–1861|
|William Boys||1857–1861||Robert Adams||1859–1861|
|John Davies||1861–1861||William Dobson||1861–1862||Thomas Horne||1861–1866||Samuel Hill||1861–1861||Douglas Kilburn||1861–1862|
|Charles Meredith||1861–1862||Robert Adams||1861–1866|
|William Race Allison||1862–1865||Maxwell Miller||1862–1864||D'Arcy Haggitt||1862–1864|
|Charles Cansdell||1865–1866||Charles Degraves||1864–1866||John Lord||1864–1866|
|William Crowther||1866–1866||Thomas Chapman||1866–1866||Robert Miller||1866–1867||Hugh Barrett||1866–1871||George Salier||1866–1869|
|Josiah Pratt||1867–1870||John Lord||1867–1871||Charles Cansdell||1867–1869|
|George Salier||1870–1871||Henry Cook||1869–1871||Russell Young||1871–1871||William Giblin||1869–1871|
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- Parliament of Tasmania (2006). The Parliament of Tasmania from 1956
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