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622 retired 1869 ; served on staff in Ceylon, and as Mil. Sec. in N. America, India, and at Malta, and as Civil Sec. in Nova Scotia, the Ionian Islands, and Malta ; knighted when Mil. Sec. at Malta: m. 1859, Mary Isabel, who d. 1892, da. of! Thomas Stephen, Esq. ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1864. Moore Place, Eslier, Surrey. BRIDGE, Sir John, son of the late John Bridge, Esq., of Dover ; b. 1824 : ed. at Oxford Univ. (M.A. 1849); Bar KMGHTAC.K. Field Force 1865 (mentioned in despatches, thanked by Govt. of India, C.B. , and medal with clasp), the Rauul Pindee Div. during Afghan war 1879, the Kyber Line Field Force 1880, and the line of communica- tion until conclusion of war (mentioned in despatches, thanked by Parliament, K.C.B., and medal) : m. 1856, Catherine, da. of Sir William Miles, ist Bart. ; cr. C.B. 1869, K.C.B. 1881. Normandy Park, Giiildford; United Service Club. Inner Temple 1850, and Bencher 1888 ; BRISTOWE, Sir Henry Fox, Q.C., son of the late S. E. Bristowe, Esq. , of Bees- thorpe, Notts ; b. 1824 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1847, Q.C. 1869, Bencher 1870, and Treasurer 1886 ; is a Gov. of Owen's College, Manchester ; has been Vice- Chancellor of the co. Palatine of Lan- caster since 1881 : ;. 1850, Selina, who d. 1886, da. of the late Hon. Orlando Henry Bridgeman [E. Bradford] ; cr. K.B. 1887. The Clifle, Nantwich, Cheshire ; Brooks' s Club. him named Brierly ; j BROOKE? ^zr Charles Anthony John- son, G.C.M.G., el. son of the late Rev. F. Johnson, of White Lackington ; b. 1829 ; entered R.N. 1842, and resigned 1852 ; succeeded his uncle, Sir James Brooke, K.C.B., as Rajah of Sarawak 1868 : m. 1869, Margaret Alice Lilly, da. of Clayton de Windt, Esq., of Blunsdon Hall, Highworth Wilts ; cr. G.C.M.G. 1888. The Astana, Sarawak ; 12, Hans Place, S. W. appointed a Metropolitan Magistrate Jan. 1872, and Ch. Magistrate March, 1890: m. 1857, Ada Louisa, da. of George Bridge, Esq., of Merton, Surrey ; cr. K.B. 1890. 50, Inverness Terrace, W.; Head ley Grove, Epsom ; Athenaeum and Reform Clubs. BRIERLY, Sir Oswald Walters, son of thelate Thomas Brierly, Esq., of Chester ; b. 1817 ; is a celebrated marine painter and has travelled in most parts of the world ; an Island of the Louisiade and a Point in Australia are after was during the Russian War present at all operations with the Fleet in the Baltic, also on Shore and with the Fleet in the Black Sea and at operations in the Sea of Azof, &c. (4th Class Medjidie, 4th Class Osmanie, Turkish Medal, and Redeemer of Greece) ; present by command on board the Royal Yacht at the great Naval Review at the close of Russian War to make sketches for H.M. ; in 1867 was attached to suite of H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh i r ' MC ' ' vv ~ c . ^ in his vovage round the world in the i BROOME, Str Frederick Napier, K.C.M.G,, el. son of the late Rev. F. Broome, R. of Kenley, Salop ; b. 1842 ; emigrated to New Zealand 1857, and was engaged in sheep farming ; returned to England 1869 ; employed on staff of Times newspaper 1869-75 : was Sec. to St. Paul's Cathedral Completion Fund 1870-72, and to Roy. Commn. on Unseaworthy Ships 1873-4 ; accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley on a special mission to Natal 1875 ; was Colonial Sec. of Natal 1875-7, and of Mau- ritius 1877; administered the Govt. of Mau- ritius 1878-79, and was Lieut.-Gov. 1880-3, and Gov. of W. Australia 1883-90 ; ap- pointed Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Trinidad 1891 : m. 1865, Mary Anne, da. of thelate Galatea, and his sketches of the cruise were exhibited at S. Kensington ; in 1868 was attached to the suite of the Prince and Princess of Wales during their trip up the Nile ; has frequently exhibited paintings at the Roy. Acad., and has painted many important historical marine pictures ; elected a Member of Roy. So. of Painters in Water Colours 1872, and in 1882 received the Roy. Diploma granted to that body by H.M. ; appointed marine painter to the Queen 1874, and in 1881 Curator of the Painted Hall, Greenwich ; formerly J.P. for Auckland co., N.S. Wales: m. ist, 1851, Sarah, who d. 1870, da. of the late Edmund Fry, of the So. of Friends ; 2nd, 1872, Louise Marie, el. da. of the late Louis Huard, Esq., of 37, Onslow Square, S.W., and Brussels ; cr. K.B. 1885. 8, Ormonde Terrace, Regent' s Park, N. W. ; Royal Navy and Primrose Clubs. BRIGHT, Gen. Sir Robert Onesipho- Walter G. Stewart, Esq., Island Sec. of Jamaica, and widow of Col. Sir George R. Barker, K.C.B.; cr. C.M.G. 1877, K.C.M.G. 1884. Government House, St. Anne's, Trinidad; Athencettm, White's, Garrick, and Cavalry Clubs. rus, K.C.B., 2nd son of the late Robert ! BROWN, Sir John, son of the late Mr. Bright, Esq. , of Abbots Leigh, Somerset ; /'. 1823 ; ed. at Winchester, entered igth Foot 1843, -became Major 1855, Lieut. - Col. 1856, Col. 1862, Maj.-Gen. 1868, Lieut. -Gen. 1880, and Gen. (retired) 1887 ; is Col. Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regt. ) ; served throughout Crimean Campaign 1854-5 (mentioned in despatches, medal with three clasps, Legion of Honour, 3rd class Medjidie and Turkish medal) ; commanded Hazara Samuel Brown ; b. 1816 ; was Mayor of Sheffield 1862 and 1863, and Master Cutler there 1865 and 1866 ; is a D.L. and a J.P. for W.R. of Yorkshire, a J.P. for Sheffield, a Commr. of the Peace, Town Trustee, and one of the 12 Capital Church Burgesses ; elected Chm. of Sheffield School Board 1871 ; formerly proprietor of the Atlas Steel and Iron Works. Sheffield : m. 1839, Mary, who d. 1 88 1, el. da. of the late Benjamin Schofield, Esq., of Sheffield ; cr. K.B.