Electoral district of City of Adelaide
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|City of Adelaide|
South Australia—House of Assembly
|Namesake||City of Adelaide|
City of Adelaide was one of the original districts of the first Assembly created in 1857; it was abolished in 1862, when the new East Adelaide and West Adelaide districts were created, each with two members.
|Robert Torrens||1857–1858||Richard Hanson||1857–1861||Francis Dutton||1857–1860||B. T. Finniss||1857–1860||J. B. Neales||1857–1860||W. H. Burford||1857–1859|
|J. M. Solomon||1858–1860|
|Thomas Reynolds||1860–1862||Matthew Moorhouse||1860–1862||Philip Santo||1860–1862||Samuel Bakewell||1860–1862||William Parkin||1860–1862|
- "Statistical Record of the Legislature 1836 to 2009" (PDF). Parliament of South Australia.