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Adelaide afterwards Agnes Alexander Alice appointed April Arms Arthur August baptised baronet barrister-at-law Bart brother buried Burke's Landed Gentry Burke's Peerage Cambridge Canada Captain Caroline Catherine Charles Charlotte Christchurch Church College Colonel colony Court Crest—A daugh daughter of John daughter of Sir daughter of Thomas daughter of William deceased December Devon Dublin Earl Edward eldest daughter Eliza Elizabeth emigrated Emily England father February Frances Frederick George Hall heir Henry Hobart House Hugh Ireland Jane January Joseph July June Kent late Launceston leaving issue Legislative Council lieutenant London Lord Louisa March Margaret Maria Melbourne Middlesex Nova Scotia November October Queensland rector Regiment resided Richard Robert Royal Samuel Sarah Scotland second daughter secondly September Sir John Sir William sister Somerset Sophia South Australia South Wales Surrey Sussex Sydney Tasmania three daughters three sons vicar Victoria Western Australia wife York Zealand
Page 396 - London. SIR BERNARD BURKE'S PEERAGE, BARONETAGE, KNIGHTAGE, &C., FOR THE PRESENT YEAR. This Peerage and Baronetage is the only one extant which combines, in one volume, the full genealogical or past, as well as the present, account of all the Peers and Baronets of the realm.
Page 399 - Colonial office list for 1896 : comprising historical and statistical information respecting the colonial dependencies of Great Britain...
Page 399 - CONSULAR formulary : being a collection of forms and precedents for the use of Her Majesty's consular...
Page 215 - December 1879 ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Cnudahar as Orderly Oflicer to Brigadier General H.
Page 400 - With Maps, showing where Her Majesty's Ambassadors, Ministers, Consuls, and others are resident abroad ; together with a List of Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Representatives within the Queen's Dominions.
Page 232 - Gordon, who has died of his wounds, was a most promising officer, and is a serious loss to his majesty's service. General Kruse, of the Nassau service, likewise conducted himself much to my satisfaction, as did general Trip, commanding the heavy brigade of cavalry, and general Vanhope, commanding a brigade of infantry of the king of the Netherlands.
Page 53 - ... created an English peer in 1868. Lord Gormanston married, in 1836, Lucretia, eldest daughter of the late Mr. William Charles Jerningham, and cousin of the present Lord Stafford, by whom he had a family of two sons and three daughters. MR. HADOW. Mr. Patrick Douglas Hadow, for nearly ten years chairman of the Board of Directors of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, died at Buxton, on September 5. Mr. Hadow was, we believe, the only surviving director of the original .Board of...
Page 114 - Worthies," saith that this Andrew, " for person, parentage, grace, gesture, valour, and many other excellent parts (amongst which skill in music), was of the first rank in the Court.