Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1880–1882

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1880 to 1882. Elections for the tenth Legislative Assembly were held between 17 November and 10 December 1880 with parliament first meeting on 15 December 1880. Electoral reforms passed by the ninth parliament had resulted in parliament being expanded to 108 members elected in 43 single member electorates, 25 two member electorates, 1 three member electorate and 3 four member electorates. In addition, electorates franchised on qualifications of occupation or education (Goldfields North, Goldfields South, Goldfields West and University of Sydney) had been abolished. The parliament had a maximum term of 3 years but was dissolved after 23 months. Henry Parkes continued as the Premier for the duration of the parliament.

Name Electorate Years in office
Abbott, Joseph PalmerJoseph Abbott Gunnedah 1880–1901
Abbott, RobertRobert Abbott Hartley 1872–1877, 1880-1882
Abigail, FrancisFrancis Abigail West Sydney 1880–1891
Allen, George WigramGeorge Allen Glebe 1869–1883
Andrews, JosephJoseph Andrews Hastings and Manning 1880–1882
Badgery, HenryHenry Badgery Monaro 1878–1885
Baker, EzekielEzekiel Baker 2 Carcoar 1870-1877, 1879-1881, 1884-1887
Barton, EdmundEdmund Barton Wellington 1879–1887, 1891–1894, 1898–1900
Barton, RussellRussell Barton Bourke 1880–1886
Beyers, HugoHugo Louis Beyers Mudgee 1877–1882
Bodel, JohnJohn Bodel Forbes 1880–1882
Bowman, AlexanderAlexander Bowman Hawkesbury 1877-1882, 1885-1892
Brown, HerbertHerbert Brown Durham 1875–1898
Brown, JohnJohn Brown Patrick's Plains 1880–1882
Brown, Stephen CampbellStephen Brown 3 Newtown 1864–1881
Brunker, JamesJames Brunker East Maitland 1880–1904
Brodribb, WilliamWilliam Brodribb 10 Wentworth 1880–1881
Buchanan, DavidDavid Buchanan Mudgee 1860–1862, 1864–1867, 1869–1877, 1879–1885, 1888–1889
Burdekin, SydneySydney Burdekin Tamworth 1880–1882, 1884-1891, 1892-1894
Burns, John FitzgeraldJohn Burns Hunter 1861–1869, 1872–1891
Byrnes, CharlesCharles Byrnes Parramatta 1874-1877, 1880-1882
Cameron, AngusAngus Cameron West Sydney 1874–1889, 1894-1896
Campbell, GeorgeGeorge Campbell 2 Carcoar 1881–1885
Campbell, William RobertWilliam Campbell Gwydir 1868–1869, 1880-1886
Carter, GeorgeGeorge Carter South Sydney 1880–1882
Cass, GeorgeGeorge Cass Bogan 1880–1892
Clarke, HenryHenry Clarke Eden 1869–1894, 1895–1904
Clarke, WilliamWilliam Clarke Orange 1880–1889
Combes, EdwardEdward Combes East Macquarie 1872-1874, 1877-1885
Cooke, HenryHenry Cooke Forbes 1880–1882, 1887-1891
Copeland, HenryHenry Copeland New England 1877–1883, 1883–1895, 1895–1900
Cramsie, JohnJohn Cramsie Balranald 1880–1887
Dangar, HenryHenry Dangar East Sydney 1874-1877, 1880-1882
Dangar, ThomasThomas Dangar Jr. Namoi 1865–1885, 1887–1890
Davies, JohnJohn Davies South Sydney 1874–1887
Day, GeorgeGeorge Day Albury 1874–1889
Dillon, JohnJohn Dillon 11 Tenterfield 1869-1872, 1877-1882
Douglas, JamesJames Douglas Murrumbidgee 1880–1882
Eckford, JosephJoseph Eckford Wollombi 1860–1872, 1877–1882
Farnell, JamesJames Farnell St Leonards 1860–1860, 1864–1885, 1887–1888
Fawcett, CharlesCharles Fawcett Richmond 1880–1882
Fergusson, WilliamWilliam Fergusson Glen Innes 1880–1887
Fitzpatrick, MichaelMichael Fitzpatrick 5 Yass Plains 1869–1881
Fletcher, JamesJames Fletcher Newcastle 1880–1891
Forster, WilliamWilliam Forster 14 Gundagai 1856–1860, 1861–1864, 1864–1869, 1869–1874,
1875–1876, 1880–1882
Foster, WilliamWilliam Foster Newtown 1880–1888
Fraser, AugustusAugustus Fraser 11 Tenterfield 1882
Fremlin, AlfredAlfred Fremlin Redfern 1880–1885
Fulford, JamesJames Fulford West Maitland 1880–1882
Gannon, JohnJohn Gannon 4 Argyle 1881–1885
Garrard, JacobJacob Garrard Balmain 1880–1898
Garrett, ThomasThomas Garrett Camden 1860–1871, 1872–1891
Garvan, JamesJames Garvan Eden 1880–1894
Hay, WilliamWilliam Hay Murray 1872–1877, 1880-1882
Henson, WilliamWilliam Henson Canterbury 1880–1882, 1885-1889
Heydon, LouisLouis Heydon 5 Yass Plains 1882–1886
Hezlet, WilliamWilliam Hezlet Paddington 1880–1882
Holborow, WilliamWilliam Holborow Argyle 1880–1894
Holtermann, BernhardtBernhardt Holtermann St Leonards 1882–1885
Hoskins, JamesJames Hoskins13 Tumut 1859–1863, 1868–1882
Hungerford, ThomasThomas Hungerford 8 Northumberland 1875, 1877-1882, 1885-1887
Jacob, ArchibaldArchibald Jacob Gloucester 1872–1882
Jennings, PatrickPatrick Jennings Bogan 1869–1872, 1880-1887
Kerr, AndrewAndrew Kerr Orange 1879–1882
Kidd, JohnJohn Kidd Camden 1880–1882, 1885–1887, 1889-1904
Lackey, JohnJohn Lackey Central Cumberland 1860–1864, 1867–1880
Levien, RobertRobert Levien Tamworth 1880–1889, 1889–1913
Levin, LeyserLeyser Levin Hume 1880–1885
Lloyd, GeorgeGeorge Lloyd Newcastle 1869–1877, 1880–1882, 1885-1887
Loughnan, GeorgeGeorge Loughnan Murrumbidgee 1880–1885
Lynch, AndrewAndrew Lynch Carcoar 1876–1884
Lyne, WilliamWilliam Lyne Hume 1880–1901
Martin, WilliamWilliam Martin West Sydney 1880–1882, 1887-1889
McCulloch, AndrewAndrew McCulloch Central Cumberland 1877–1888
McElhone, JohnJohn McElhone Upper Hunter 1875-1889, 1895-1898
McLaughlin, JohnJohn McLaughlin Upper Hunter 1880–1885, 1895-1901
Melville, NinianNinian Melville Northumberland 1880–1887, 1889-1894
Mitchell, JosephJoseph Mitchell 3 Newtown 1881–1885, 1888-1891
Murray, RichardRichard Murray Inverell 1880–1885
Myers, PhillipPhillip Myers 4 Argyle 1880–1881
O'Connor, DanielDaniel O'Connor West Sydney 1877-1891, 1900-1904
O'Mara, ThomasThomas O'Mara13 Tumut 1882–1885, 1887–1889
Parkes, HenryHenry Parkes East Sydney 1856, 1858, 1859–1861, 1864–1870, 1872–1895
Pechey, HenryAlfred Pechey 9, 12 East Macquarie 1882-1882
Pigott, WilliamWilliam Pigott Canterbury 1880–1884
Pilcher, CharlesCharles Pilcher West Macquarie 1874–1882
Poole, WilliamWilliam Poole South Sydney 1880–1885
Proctor, WilliamWilliam Proctor New England 1880–1887
Purves, JohnJohn Purves Clarence 1880–1887
Quin, EdwinEdward Quin 10 Wentworth 1882–1887
Reid, GeorgeGeorge Reid East Sydney 1880–1884, 1885-1901
Renwick, ArthurArthur Renwick East Sydney 1879–1882, 1885-1887
Robertson, JohnJohn Robertson 7 Mudgee 1856–1861, 1862–1865, 1865–1866, 1866–1870,
1870–1877, 1877–1878, 1882–1886
Roseby, JohnJohn Roseby Shoalhaven 1877–1882
Ross, AndrewAndrew Ross Molong 1880–1904
Rutledge, ThomasThomas Rutledge 1 Queanbeyan 1881–1882
Ryrie, AlexanderAlexander Ryrie Braidwood 1880–1891
See, JohnJohn See Grafton 1880–1904
Slattery, ThomasThomas Slattery Boorowa 1880–1885, 1887-1895
Smith, BruceBruce Smith 14 Gundagai 1882–1884, 1889–1894
Smith, Robert BurdettRobert Smith Macleay 1870–1889
Smith, SydneySydney Smith 12 East Macquarie 1882-1898, 1900
Smith, ThomasThomas Smith Nepean 1877-1887, 1895-1904
Stuart, AlexanderAlexander Stuart Illawarra 1874–1885
Suttor, Francis BathurstFrancis Bathurst Suttor Bathurst 1875–1890
Sutherland, JohnJohn Sutherland 6 Redfern 1860–1881, 1882–1889
Tarrant, HarmanHarman Tarrant Kiama 1880–1887
Teece, WilliamWilliam Teece Goulburn 1872–1880
Terry, SamuelSamuel Terry 7 Mudgee 1859–1869, 1871–1881
Thompson, JamesJames Thompson 1 Queanbeyan 1877–1881
Tooth, RobertRobert Tooth Monaro 1880–1884
Trickett, WilliamWilliam Trickett Paddington 1880–1885, 1887
Turner, WilliamWilliam Turner 8 Northumberland 1877, 1880-1881
Vaughn, RobertRobert Vaughn Grenfell 1880–1889, 1891–1894
Watson, JamesJames Watson Young 1869–1882, 1884–1885
Watson, WilliamWilliam Watson Young 1880–1885
Webb, EdmundEdmund Webb 9 East Macquarie 1869–1874, 1878-1881
Wilkinson, RobertRobert Wilkinson Balranald 1880–1894
Wilson, AlexanderAlexander Wilson Murray 1880-1885, 1887-1889
Wisdom, RobertRobert Wisdom Morpeth 1859–1872, 1874–1887
Withers, GeorgeGeorge Withers South Sydney 1880–1885, 1887-1889
Wright, FrancisFrancis Wright 6 Redfern 1882–1885, 1889–1903
Young, JamesJames Young Hastings and Manning 1880–1901, 1904-1907
1 Queanbeyan MLA James Thompson resigned in January 1881. The resulting by-election on 21 January 1881 was won by Thomas Rutledge.
2 Carcoar MLA Ezekiel Baker was expelled from the Assembly after he had been found to have fraudulently dealt with trust funds. The resulting by-election was won by George Campbell on 1 December 1881.
3 Newtown MLA Stephen Brown was elevated to the Legislative Council in November 1881. The resulting by-election on 1 December 1881 was won by Joseph Mitchell.
4 Argyle MLA Phillip Myers died on 16 November 1881. The resulting by-election was won by John Gannon on 9 December 1881.
5 Yass Plains MLA Michael Fitzpatrick died on 10 December 1881. The resulting by-election was won by Louis Heydon on 10 January 1882.
6 Redfern MLA John Sutherland was elevated to the Legislative Council in December 1881. The resulting by-election on 11 January 1882 was won by Francis Wright.
7 Mudgee MLA Samuel Terry was elevated to the Legislative Council in December 1881. The resulting by-election on 20 January 1882 was won by John Robertson.
8 Northumberland MLA William Turner resigned in January 1882. He was a candidate supported by the local coal miners, however the miner's subscriptions were insufficient for him to stay in the Assembly. The resulting by-election was won by Thomas Hungerford on 18 January 1882.
9 East Macquarie MLA Edmund Webb was elevated to the Legislative Council in January 1882. The resulting by-election on 19 January 1882 was won by Alfred Pechey.
10 Wentworth MLA William Brodribb was elevated to the Legislative Council in January 1882. The resulting by-election on 23 January 1882 was won by Edward Quin.
11 Tenterfield MLA John Dillon resigned in January 1882. The resulting by-election was won by Augustus Fraser on 6 February 1882.
12 East Macquarie MLA Alfred Pechey died on 5 June 1882. The resulting by-election on 11 July 1882 was won by Sydney Smith.
13 Tumut MLA James Hoskins resigned in September 1882 to take a recuperative sea voyage. The resulting by-election on 17 October 1882 was won by Thomas O'Mara.
14 Gundagai MLA William Forster died on 30 October 1882. The resulting by-election on 23 November 1882 was won by Bruce Smith .

There was no party system in New South Wales politics until 1887. Under the constitution, ministers were required to resign to recontest their seats in a by-election when appointed. These by-elections are only noted when the minister was defeated; in general, he was elected unopposed.

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  • "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856-2006". New South Wales Parliament. Archived from the original on 4 February 2009. Retrieved 11 January 2009.
  • Antony Green. "NSW Elections Analysis". New South Wales Parliament. Archived from the original on 25 June 2010. Retrieved 12 January 2009.