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Levy, Sir Daniel


LEVY, SIR DANIEL (1873–1937), Australian politician. Born in London, Levy was taken to Sydney as a child. In 1901 he was elected a member of the Legislative Assembly of New South Wales, remaining a member for various seats in inner east Sydney until his death 36 years later. He was chairman of committees in 1917 and speaker of the House from 1919 until 1932. He was also attorney-general and minister of justice for a short time in 1932. Levy held a number of offices in public life and in the Jewish community, and at one time edited the Australian Hebrew.

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