NSW Parliamentary Record
The NSW Parliamentary Record
contains an alphabetical record of Members of both Houses from the first Council Council appointed on 11 August 1824, up to and including Members elected to the 55th Parliament. The Record also contains an an alphabetical list of electorates of the Legislative Assembly and Members returned for each, together with particulars of Governors, Parliaments, Ministries and Parliamentary Officers.
|Part 1 Governors of New South Wales|
Part 1 outlines the succession of Governors of New South Wales and periods of office
|Part 2 : Councils and Parliaments since 1824|
Part 2 lists the duration of Councils and Parliamentary sessions from 1824 until the present.
|Part 3 : Members of the Legislative Council|
Part 3 contains an alphabetical roll of Members of the Legislative Council from the first Council appointed in 1824 up to the present.
|Part 4 : Members of the Legislative Assembly|
Part 4 contains an an alphabetical roll of Members of the Legislative Assembly from 1856 up to the present.
|Part 4 A-L.pdf|
Part 4 M-Z.pdf
|Part 5 : List of Electorates|
Part 5A contains a a list of electorates by Parliament since 1981.
Part 5B contains an alphabetical list of all electorates showing Members returned for each from 1856.
|Part 6 : Ministries 1856 to the present|
Part 6 shows the different Ministries since 1856, together with date of appointment and retirement from office of the Minister
|Part 7 : Duration of Ministries since 1856|
|Part 8 : Premiers and Leaders of the Opposition from 1901 to the present||Part 8.pdf|
|Part 9 : Members and ex-Members granted permission to retain the title of "The Honourable"||Part 9.pdf|
|Part 10 : Officers of the Parliament |
Parliamentary Officers include Presidents, Deputy Presidents and Chair of Committees and Assistant Presidents of the Legislative Council, Clerks of the Parliament, Ushers of the Black Rod, Speakers, Deputy Speakers, Assistant Speakers and Chairman of Committees of the Legislative Assembly, Clerks of the Legislative Assembly, Serjeants-at-Arms, Parliamentary Librarians and Editors of Debates.