1829 – An Australian politician was born this year in Bedfordshire, England.
1867 – He was elected to the South Australian Legislative Council.
1875 – He was chief secretary in the second James Boucaut government from this year until March 1876.
1877 – He was chief secretary again in the fourth Boucaut ministry from October this year until September 1878, and when Boucaut became a judge, Morgan reconstructed the ministry.
1878 – He became premier and chief secretary.
1881 – Pressure of private business compelled him to resign.
1883 – He left on a visit to England and he died suddenly at Brighton on the 2nd day of November this year.