Electoral district of Cumberland (South Riding)


Electoral district of Cumberland (South Riding)

Cumberland (South Riding) was a former electoral district for the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales from 1856 to 1859, in the rural part of Cumberland County, which includes Sydney. It included all of the county south of Parramatta Road and the Great Western Highway, except for the urban electorates of Sydney (City), Sydney Hamlets, Parramatta and Cumberland Boroughs, which included Liverpool and Campbelltown. It elected two members simultaneously, with voters casting two votes and the first two candidates being elected. [cite book
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first =David
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coauthors =Antony Green and Michael Hogan (eds)
title =The Electoral Atlas of New South Wales
publisher =New South Wales Department of Lands
date =2007
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id = ISBN 0975235427
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