|County of Argyle|
New South Wales—Legislative Council
|State||New South Wales|
The Electoral district of County of Argyle was an electorate of the New South Wales Legislative Council at a time when some of its members were elected and the balance were appointed by the Governor.
It was created by the 1843 Electoral Districts Act and returned one member. On all four elections, there was only one candidate who was elected unopposed. In 1856 the unicameral Legislative Council was abolished and replaced with an elected Legislative Assembly and an appointed Legislative Council. The district was represented by the Legislative Assembly electorate of Argyle.
|William Bradley ||Jun 1843 – Jul 1846|
|William Faithfull ||Jul 1846 – Jun 1848|
|Charles Nicholson ||Jul 1848 – Feb 1856|
Bradley resigned in July 1846.