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In 1842 a Legislative Council was established in South Australia as its form of government. Works by this Council are entered under South Australia. Legislative Council. In 1857 an elected Parliament was established consisting of an upper house called the Legislative Council, and a lower house called the House of Assembly. Works by the upper house are entered under South Australia. Parliament. Legislative Council

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