|Member of New South Wales Legislative Council|
30 January 1829 – 30 April 1834
|Collector of Customs|
|Preceded by||John Campbell|
|Succeeded by||John George Nathaniel Gibbes|
|Born||Michael Cullen Cotton|
Michael Cullen Cotton was a politician in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly during the early colonial period.
Cotton served as collector of customs from 1828 to 1834 replacing John Campbell. In 1829, he became a member of the newly extended Legislative Council. In 1833, he exchanged positions with John George Nathaniel Gibbes who was the Collector of Customs in the major East Anglian port of Great Yarmouth.