Thomas Christie Smart (1816 – 26 March 1896) was a doctor and politician in colonial Tasmania, member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council.
Smart was born in Scotlandand became a licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1842. Later in 1842 he emigrated to Australia and was elected to the Tasmanian Legislative Council for Hobart on 8 March 1881, resigning on 8 February 1886. Smart became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1875. Smart was also Chairman of the Hobart Hospital Board and chairman of directors of the Eldon Ranges Gold Prospecting Co.
The Royal Hobart Hospital is a public hospital in the Hobart CBD, Tasmania, Australia. The hospital also functions as a teaching hospital in co-operation with the University of Tasmania. The hospital's research facilities are known as the Royal Hobart Hospital Research Foundation. Also close to the hospital site is the Menzies Research Institute.
Sir William Thomas Denison was Lieutenant Governor of Van Diemen's Land from 1847 to 1855, Governor of New South Wales from 1855 to 1861, and Governor of Madras from 1861 to 1866.
Sir James Willson Agnew was an Irish-born Australian politician, who was Premier of Tasmania from 1886 to 1887.
William Lodewyk Crowther FRCS was an Australian politician, who was Premier of Tasmania from 20 December 1878 to 29 October 1879.
Frederick Maitland Innes was Premier of Tasmania from 4 November 1872 to 4 August 1873.
Sir Richard Dry, KCMG was an Australian politician, who was Premier of Tasmania from 24 November 1866 until 1 August 1869 when he died in office. Dry was the first Tasmanian-born premier, and the first Tasmanian to be knighted.
Leonard Rodway was an English-born Australian dentist and botanist.
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is a museum located in Hobart, Tasmania. The museum was established in 1846, by the Royal Society of Tasmania, the oldest Royal Society outside England. The TMAG receives 400,000 visitors annually.
Sir Robert George Crookshank Hamilton KCB, was the sixth Governor, and the Commander-in-Chief of the then British colony of Tasmania from 11 March 1887, until 30 November 1892, during which time he oversaw the ministries of two Tasmanian premiers, Sir Philip Fysh and Henry Dobson.
Charles Meredith was an Australian grazier and politician. He served as Tasmanian Colonial Treasurer for several years in the mid-to-late 19th century.
Sir Alfred Dobson was a Solicitor-General and Attorney-General of Tasmania.
William Dodery was an Australian politician.
Sir Robert Officer M.A., was an Australian politician and medical officer.
John Bruce Hamilton was an Australian ophthalmologist.
James Reid Scott was an explorer and colonial Tasmanian politician, member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly and later the Tasmanian Legislative Council, he was also Colonial Secretary of Tasmania.
James Backhouse Walker was an Australian solicitor and historian.
John Walker was an Australian politician, member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council.
Charles Henry Grant was an engineer and politician in the Colony of Tasmania. He was a member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council from 1892 until his death.
Henry Butler, was a surgeon and politician in colonial Tasmania.
The Archer family are a notable family in Tasmania, Australia, prominent in society, business and politics of Tasmania for the last two centuries. They are best known today for their now world-heritage listed farm estates, Brickendon Estate and Woolmers Estate, but have contributed to many areas of Tasmania throughout their history. Other members of the family have been Mayors of Hertford in England and influential in the American Civil War.