Electoral district of Sydney-Fitzroy
Sydney-Fitzroy was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, created in 1894 from part of East Sydney in inner Sydney including Woolloomooloo, Potts Point and Elizabeth Bay and bounded by Riley Street, William Street, King's Cross Road, Bayswater Road and Port Jackson. It was named after Governor FitzRoy. It was abolished in 1904 and partly replaced by Darlinghurst.
Members for Sydney-Fitzroy
|Henry Chapman||Free Trade||1894–1895|
|John McElhone||Independent Free Trade||1895–1898|
|Henry Chapman||Free Trade||1898–1901|
|Daniel Levy||Liberal Reform||1901–1904|
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