Edward Richardson

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Edward Richardson
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Edward Richardson, ca 1894
4th Minister of Public Works
In office
29 October 1872 4 January 1877
New Zealand Parliament
New constituency Member of Parliament for Selwyn
1871–1875
Constituency abolished
In abeyance
Title last held by
William Sefton Moorhouse
Member of Parliament for Christchurch
1875–1881
Served alongside:
Edward Stevens, Samuel Paull Andrews, William Sefton Moorhouse
In abeyance
Title next held by
Westby Perceval
William Pember Reeves
Richard Molesworth Taylor
Preceded by Member of Parliament for Kaiapoi
1884–1890
Succeeded by
Political offices
First Chairman of the Lyttelton Harbour Board
1877–1882
Succeeded by