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as Lieut.-Gov. of Penang 1872-3 ; was In- ! spector-Gen. of Police, Ceylon 1866-91, in charge of Egyptian Exiles in Ceylon i 1882-90, and Inspector-Gen, of Ceylon Prisons (as well as of Police) 1884-91 ; acted as Lieut-Gov. of Penang 1872-3 ; declined Colonial Secretaryship of Mauri- tius 1885 : m. ist, 186-, Louisa Georgin Mary, da. of the late John Moyle, Esq., | Head of Bom. Med. Depart. ; 2nd, 1886, Mary Gertrude, da. of the late Andrew Murray, Esq., W.S., ot Edinburgh ; cr. C.M.G. 1887, K.C.M.G. 1891. 50, Corn-] wall Gardens, S. W. ; Union Club. CANNING, Sir Samuel, son of Robert Canning, Esq., of Ogbourne St. Andrew, i Wilts ; b. 1823 ; ed. at Salisbury ; was Resident Engineer of Liverpool, Ormskirk and Preston Railway 1847-9, in charge of fitting out and laying first Atlantic Cable 1857-8, and Engineer-in-Ch. of Atlantic Cable Expeditions 1865 and 1869 ; engaged in submergence of cables for ! British and Foreign Govts. since 1850 ; is a M.I.C.E., a M.I.E.E., and an Officer of the Order of St. Jago d'Espada, of! Portugal : m. 1859, Elizabeth Ann, da. i of the late W. H. Gale, Esq., of Grately, | Hants; cr. K.B. 1866. i, Inverness Gar- dens, W.; New Travellers' and City of London Clubs. CAPPEL, Sir Albert James Leppoc, K.C.I.E., son of the late J. Leppoc Cappel, Esq. ; b. 1836 ; served during Crimean Campaign 1855-6, with Turkish Contingent (medal) ; entered Indian Tele- graph Ser. 1857 ; examined and reported on British and Continental telegraph administrations and on Mil. telegraph systems of Prussia, Austria, and Italy 1867 (value of reports acknowledged by Sec. of State), and represented India at International Telegraph meeting in Vienna 1873 (thanked by Govt.) ; was Director- Gen, of Telegraph Depart, of Govt. of India 1883-9 (several times specially thanked by Govt.) : m. 1873, Fanny Gib- bon, da. of Gen. Sir Frank Turner, K.C.B.; cr. K.C.I. E. 1887. 27, Kensington Court Gardens, W. ; St. Stephen's Club. CARBONE, Sir Guiseppe, K.C.M.G., LL.D., son of the late Baldassare Car- bone, Esq. ; b. 1839 ; ed. at Malta Univ. (LL.D. 1862) ; Bar. Malta 1863 ; was re- porter in Court of Commerce 1868-80, since when he has been Crown Advocate and Govt. Legal Adviser ; is an ex officio member of the executive and legislative Councils : m. 1872, Teresa, da. of the late G. Portelli, Esq., M.D. ; cr. C.M.G. 1887, K.C.M.G. 1891. 22, Strada Stretta, Valetta, Malta. CARON, Hon. Sir Joseph Phiilippe Rene Adolphe, K.C.M.G., Q.C., son of the late Hon. R. E. Caron, Lieut.-Gov. of Prov. of Quebec ; b. 1843 ; ed. at Laval Univ. and at McGillUniv. (B.C.L. 1865) ; Bar. of Lower Canada 1865, andaQ.C. 1879 ; has sat in the Dominion Parliament KNIGHTS. 627 since 1873 ; was Min. of Militia and Defence for Dominion of Canada 1880-92, since when he has been Postmaster-Gen. ; a P.C. of Canada 1880 ; was some- time a Director of the Stadacona Bank, and in 1867 was Vice Pres. of Literary and Historical So. of Quebec : m. 1867, Alice, da. of the late Hon. Francois Baby ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1885. Daly Street, Ottawa; Rideau (Ottawa} Clubs. CARRINGTON, Col. Sir Frederick, K.C.M.G., son of Edmund Carrington, Esq., J.P. for co. Gloucester ; b. 1844 ; ed. at Cheltenham Coll. ; entered Army 1864 ; is Lieut.-Col. h.-p. (formerly Major and Col. S. Wales Borderers), and Lieut. -Col. Comdt. of Left Wing of Cape Mounted Riflemen ; command- ed Frontier Light Horse in Transkei War, S. Africa 1877-8, and in the Trans- vaal against Sekukuni 1878-9, the garrison during siege of Mafeteng, in Basutoland, 1880, the Colonial Forces there in 1881 (wounded), and Native Levies in Zulu Re- bellion 1888 ; commanded and Mounted Rifles in 1885 during Sir C. Warren's ex- pedition to Bechuanaland ; is Comdt. of Mounted Police, British Bechuanaland ; cr. C.M.G. 1880, K.C.M.G. 1887. Bechuana- land, S. Africa ; Naval and Military, United Service, and Wellington Clubs. CARTER, Hon. Sir Frederic Bowker Terrington, K. C.M. G. , son of the late Peter Weston Carter, Esq., Ch. Stipendiary Magistrate for Newfoundland ; b. 1819 ; Bar. Newfoundland 1842, a Q.C. by Roy. Patent 1859 ; was M.L.A. 1855-78, and Speaker thereof 1861-65, Premier and Attorney-Gen. i865-7oand 1874-8, delegate in 185710 N. American Provinceson Treaty Rights with the French, to Quebec in 1864 to arrange terms for establishing Dominion of Canada, in 1869 to Ottawa for admit- ting Newfoundland into the Dominion, and to H.M.'s Imperial Govt. 1875 and 1876 on Treaty Questions, and Administrator of Govt. (by Roy. Commn.) during absence of Gov. ; has been Ch. Justice of Supreme Court since 1880 : m. 1846, Eliza, da. of the late George Bayly, Esq., Compt. of H.M.'s Customs, Newfoundland ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1878. Newfoundland. CARTWRIGHT, Sir Henry Edmund, son of Gen. J. L. Cartwright, of Marn- ham, Notts ; b. 1822 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1863 ; formerly Crown Commr. and Judge in the Bahamas, and Capt. 2nd Middlesex Rifle Vol. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Londonderry (Sheriff 1884! and Antrim : m. 1856, Mary, da. of Harrison Watson, Esq., J.P., of Stanhope, Durham; cr. K.B. 1887. i, Courtfield Gardens, S. Kensington, S. W. ; Magherafelt Manor, co. Londonderry; Car I ton and Union Clubs. CARTWRIGHT, Hon. Sir Richard John, K.C.M.G., son of the late Rev. R. D. Cartwright, of Kingston, Canada ; b. 1835 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin ; formerly M.P. for South Huron in Canadian House