Electoral district of Crowlands
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Location in Victoria
Crowlands was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian colony of Victoria from 1859 to 1877. It was located in north-western Victoria and included the town of Swan Hill.
The district was defined as being:
|“||Bounded on the west by the Yarriambiack Creek from the junction of the River Wimmera to Lake Corong; thence by a line north to the Murray; again on the west by a tributary of the River Wimmera to its source near Briggs's Bluff in the Grampians; thence southwards by the Grampians range; on the south by the Dividing Range; on the east by the River Avoca and a line north to the Murray; and on the north by the Murray, excepting the country included within the electoral district of Ararat.||”|
|Member 1||Term||Member 2||Term|
|John Houston||Oct 1859 – Dec 1865||John Woods||Oct 1859 – Aug 1864|
|Ronald Campbell||Nov 1864 – Dec 1865|
|Robert Byrne||Feb 1866 – Oct 1869||Andrew Love||Feb 1866 – Dec 1867|
|David Blair||Mar 1868 – Jan 1871|
|George Rolfe||Oct 1869[b] – Jan? 1871|
|Robert Walker||Apr 1871 – Mar 1874||John Woods||Apr 1871 – Apr 1877|
|Colin Campbell||May 1874 – Apr 1877|
- [b] = by-election
- "Re-Member (Former Members)". State Government of Victoria. Retrieved 12 April 2013.
- "Electoral district of Crowlands" (map). 1863. Retrieved 19 April 2013.
- "An Act to alter the Electoral Districts of Victoria and to increase the number of Members of the Legislative Assembly thereof" (PDF). 1858. Retrieved 24 April 2013.