Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1867–1868

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This is a list of members of the 3rd Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1867 to 1868, as elected at the 1867 colonial elections held between 18 June 1867 and 19 July 1867 (due to problems of distance and communications, it was not possible to hold the elections on a single day).[1]

Name Electorate Term in office
Archibald Archer[1] Rockhampton 1867–1869; 1878–1886;
1888–1896
Joshua Peter Bell West Moreton 1862–1879
Henry Challinor Town of Ipswich 1861–1868
George Clark Warwick 1867–1868
John Douglas Eastern Downs 1863–1866; 1867–1868;
1875–1880
Gilbert Eliott Wide Bay 1860–1870
Thomas Henry FitzGerald[1] Rockhampton
Kennedy
1867–1869; 1873–1875
Charles Fitzsimmons[2] Clermont 1860–1861, 1865–1868
Arthur Francis East Moreton 1867–1870
James Garrick East Moreton 1867–1868; 1877–1883
William Henry Groom Drayton and Toowoomba 1862–1901
Edward Lamb Mitchell 1867–1869
Charles Lilley Hamlet of Fortitude Valley 1860–1873
Arthur Macalister Town of Ipswich 1860–1871; 1872–1876
Robert Mackenzie Burnett 1860–1869
William Miles Maranoa 1864–1873; 1874–1875;
1876–1887
John Murphy Town of Ipswich 1867–1870
Graham Mylne Warrego 1867–1868
Kevin O'Doherty Town of Brisbane 1867–1873
Patrick O'Sullivan West Moreton 1860–1863; 1867–1868;
1876–1883; 1888–1893
Hon Arthur Hunter Palmer Port Curtis 1866–1881
Ratcliffe Pring Burnett 1860–1862; 1863–1866;
1867–1872; 1873–1874;
1878–1879
Alexander Pritchard Town of Brisbane 1867–1868
Theophilus Parsons Pugh Town of Brisbane 1863–1869
Robert Ramsay Western Downs 1867–1873
Charles Royds[3] Leichhardt 1860–1864; 1868–1872
Edmund Royds[3] Leichhardt 1864–1868; 1872–1875
Gordon Sandeman Leichhardt 1863–1870
John Scott[2] Clermont 1868, 1870–1888
Thomas Blacket Stephens Town of South Brisbane 1863–1875
James Taylor Western Downs 1860–1870
George Thorn West Moreton 1867–1874; 1876–1878;
1879–1883; 1887–1888;
1893–1902
Henry Thorn Northern Downs 1867–1868; 1873–1876
William Henry Walsh Maryborough 1865–1878

See also[edit]

  • Premier:
Robert Mackenzie (1867–1868)

Notes[edit]

1 At the 1867 election, Thomas Henry FitzGerald stood as a candidate in two seats: Rockhampton (27 June) and Kennedy (19 July). Having won Rockhampton, he resigned Rockhampton on 30 June as he preferred to win Kennedy.[2] Archibald Archer was returned unopposed in the subsequent by-election in Rockhampton on 27 July.
2 On 11 May 1868, Charles Fitzsimmons, the member for Clermont, resigned. John Scott won the resulting by-election on 22 June 1868.
3 On 11 May 1868, Edmund Royds, the member for Leichhardt, resigned. Edmund's brother, Charles Royds, won the resulting by-election on 29 June 1868.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Queensland General Election Dates 1860-1929" (PDF). Queensland Parliament. Retrieved 16 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "ROCKHAMPTON ELECTION". The Queenslander. 6 July 1867. p. 8. Retrieved 29 March 2014 – via National Library of Australia. 
  • Waterson, Duncan Bruce: Biographical Register of the Queensland Parliament 1860–1929 (second edition), Sydney 2001.
  • Alphabetical Register of Members (Queensland Parliament)