|Member of the South Australian House of Assembly for West Adelaide|
|Member of the South Australian Legislative Council|
|Died||3 October 1873
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
|Resting place||West Terrace Cemetery|
|Relations||Judah Moss Solomon, nephew|
Emmanuel Solomon (1800 – 3 October 1873) was a business man and parliamentarian, who was active and died in South Australia.
Solomon was born in London. He was convicted and transported to Australia for larceny, arriving at Sydney port on 1 May 1818 aboard the Lady Castlereagh.
He entered into businesses and ventures concerning mining and property. Solomon became a representative for West Adelaide, as a member of the South Australian House of Assembly (1862–65) and the Legislative Council (1867–71).
He died on 3 October 1873.
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- "Canonisation News Articles; National Portrait Gallery shows Mary". News articles. SOSJ (marymackillop.org.au). Retrieved 16 October 2010.