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Electoral district of Portland (Victorian Legislative Council)

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State  Victoria
Abolished  1856
Demographic  Urbanised Rural
Date dissolved  1856
Created  1851
Namesake  Town of Portland
Founded  1851
Electoral district of Portland (Victorian Legislative Council)

The Electoral district of Portland (also known as Town of Portland) was a former electorate of the Victorian Legislative Council (Australia).

From 1851 to 1856, this was a district of the unicameral Victorian Legislative Council; initially with one member and two from the enlarged council of 1853. It centred on the town of Portland, Victoria.

In 1856 the Electoral district of Portland (an electorate of the Victorian Legislative Assembly) was created.

Members

Two members from 1853.

References

Electoral district of Portland (Victorian Legislative Council) Wikipedia


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