Sir Thomas Simson Pratt, KCB. (1797-1879)
Commander of British forces in Australia.
Sir Francis Murphy MP,
Speaker of the Legislative Assembly.
Matthew Hervey MLC,
Acting President of the Legislative Council.
Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Sturt Esq. (1816-1885)
James Forrester Sullivan MP,
Commissioner of Trade & Customs.
Five Commissioners were appointed by Chief Secretary Richard Heales, and the enquiry was held in the chambers adjoining the Legislative Assembly in Parliament House in Spring-street. The Commissioners met twelve times between 18 November 1860 and 31 January 1861.
|Sir Thomas Simson Pratt, KCB||Attended 11 of the 12 meetings|
|Matthew Hervey MLC||Attended 11 of the 12 meetings|
|James Forrester Sullivan MP||Attended 10 of the 12 meetings|
|Sir Francis Murphy MP||Attended 9 of the 12 meetings|
|Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Sturt Esq||Attended 7½ of the 12 meetings|
|Sir Thomas Simson Pratt, KCB||http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A050505b.htm|
|Sir Francis Murphy MP||http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A050362b.htm|
|James Forrester Sullivan MP||http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A060235b.htm|
|Evelyn Pitfield Shirley Sturt Esq||http://www.adb.online.anu.edu.au/biogs/A060232b.htm|
Secretary to the Commissioners
(Acting Secretary for the first three meetings)
|Robert Ross Haverfield