Thomas Reynolds (Australian politician)

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Serle, Percival (1949). "Reynolds, Thomas". Dictionary of Australian Biography . Sydney: Angus & Robertson.
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    Thomas Reynolds
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    5th Premier of South Australia
    In office
    9 May 1860 8 October 1861
    Political offices
    Preceded by Commissioner of Public Works
    30 Sep 1857 12 Jun 1858
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Premier of South Australia
    9 May 1860 8 Oct 1861
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Treasurer of South Australia
    9 May 1860 8 Oct 1861
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Treasurer of South Australia
    17 Oct 1861 19 Feb 1862
    Preceded by Treasurer of South Australia
    22 Mar 20 Sep 1865
    Preceded by Treasurer of South Australia
    3 May 1867 24 Sep 1868
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Treasurer of South Australia
    13 Oct 3 Nov 1868
    Succeeded by
    Parliament of South Australia
    New district Member for Sturt
    Served alongside: John Hallett
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Member for City of Adelaide
    Served alongside: Richard Hanson, Matthew Moorhouse, Philip Santo, Samuel Bakewell, William Parkin
    District abolished
    Preceded by Member for East Adelaide
    Served alongside: Philip Santo, Robert Cottrell
    Succeeded by
    Preceded by Member for Encounter Bay
    Served alongside: William Everard, William Rogers
    Succeeded by