Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1869–1872

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1869 to 1872. At this time the Council was composed of individuals appointed for life by the Governor on the advice of the Premier. This list includes members between the beginning of the 1869–70 colonial election on 3 December 1869 and the beginning of the 1872 colonial election on 13 February 1872.

Name Years in office
George Allen 1856–1861, 1861–1877
John Blaxland 1863–1884
William Busby 1867–1887
William Byrnes 1858–1861, 1861–1891
Alexander Campbell 1864–1890
Charles Campbell 2 1870–1888
John Campbell 1856, 1861–1886
James Chisholm 1865–1888
George Cox 1863–1901
William Dalley 3 1870–1873, 1875–1880, 1883–1888
Frederick Darley 1868–1886
Joseph Docker 1856–1861, 1863–1884
Samuel Gordon 1861–1882
John Hay 1867–1892
Thomas Holt 1868–1883
Thomas Icely 1843–1853; 1855-1856; 1864-1874
Patrick Jennings 5 1867–1869, 1890–1897
Francis Lord 1856–1861, 1864–1893
Sir William Macarthur 1864–1882
John MacFarlane 6 1858–1861, 1861–1870
Sir William Manning 1861–1876, 1888–1895
Henry Moore 1868–1888
Sir Terence Murray 1862–1873
Edward Ogilvie 1863–1889
Robert Owen 1868–1878
Alexander Park 1858–1861, 1868–1873
John Richardson 1868–1887
Bourn Russell 1858–1861, 1861–1880
Julian Salomons 3,4 1870–1871, 1887–1899
Thomas Smart 1 1870–1881
Sir Edward Thomson 1856–1861, 1861–1879
Robert Towns 1856–1861, 1863–1873
Elias Weekes 1865–1880
1 Appointed 27 January 1870.
2 Appointed 1 February 1870.
3 Appointed 11 August 1870.
4 Resigned 14 February 1871.
5 Resigned 17 December 1869.
6 Resigned 26 May 1870.