tral Criminal Court, and of Mayor's Court of London 1878-92 ; is a Fast Master of Worshipful Co. of Loriners, a D.L. of 1 -ondon, and Hon. Col. 3rd Vol. Batn. Roy. Fusiliers (City of London Regt.) ; sat as M.R for Salford (C) 1868-80; unsuccess- fully contested Salford 1880, Ipswich 1883 ; and 1885 (successful opponents unseated on petition), and Belfast, E. Div., 1892 : in. 1890, Clara, da. of F. G. Harbord, Esq. , of Kirby Park, West Kirby, Cheshire ; cr. K.B. 1880. The Garde?i Mansions, Queen Anne's Gate, S. W. ; 5, Crown Office ROT.V, Temple, E.C. ; Carlton, Conservative, and Manchester Conservative Clubs. CHESNEY, Gen. Sir George Tomkyns, K.C.B., C.S.I., C.I.E., M.P., son of the late Capt. Charles Cornwallis Chesney, ' R.A. ; b. 1830 ; entered Bengal Engineers 1848, became Capt., and Major 1858, Lieut. -Col. 1869, Col. 1877, Maj.-Gen. 1886, Lieut. -Gen. 1887, Col. Comdt. 1890, and Gen. 1892 ; served in Indian Mutiny 1857 (severely wounded at Delhi, medal with clasp), and in Burmah 1886 (medal with clasp) ; was a Member of Council of ' Gov.-Gen. of India 1886-91 ; has sat as I M. P. forOxford City (C) since 1892; author of "The Battle of Dorking" and other! works : m. 1855, Annie Louisa, da. of the late George Palmer, Esq., of Purneah, , Bengal; cr. C.S.I. 1883, C.I. E. 1886, C.B. 1887, K.C.B. 1890. 27, Inverness Terrace, W. ; Athencsiim and Carlton Clubs. CHITTY, Hon. Sir Joseph William, and son of the late Thomas Chitty, Esq., Bar.-at-Law; b. 1828; ed. at Eton, and at BalliolColl.,Oxford(B.A. iSsi.M.A. 1854, Fellow of Exeter Coll. 1852) ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1856, a Q.C. 1874, and a Bencher 1875 ; was sometime Major 14111 Middlesex (Inns of Court) Rifle Vols. ; sat as M. P. for Oxford City (L) 1880-1, since when he has been a Judge of the High Court ofjustice : m. 1858, Clara Jessie, 6th da. of the Rt. > Hon. Sir Frederick Pollock, ist Bart.; cr. K.B. 1881. 33, Queens Gate Gardens, > S. W. ; Oxford and Cambridge, and Athene? urn Clubs. CHUBB, Sir George Hayter, 2nd son of the late Mr. John Chubb ; b. 1848 ; is a Lock and Safe Manufacturer, and a Commr. of Roy. Patriotic Fund : m. 1870, Sarah Vanner, da. of Mr. Charles Early, of Witney, Oxon ; cr. K.B. 1885. New- lands, Chislekurst, Kent; 128, Queen Victoria Street, E. C. ; Carllon and Con- stitutional Clubs. CLARKE, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Andrew, G.C.M.G., C.B., C.I.E., el. son of the late Col. Andrew Clarke, K.H., of Belmont, co. Donegal ; b. 1824 ; entered R. E. 1844, became Capt. 1854, Major and Lieut. - Col. 1867, Col. 1872, Maj.-Gen. 1885, and Lieut.-Gen. 1886; served in New Zea- ] land War 1848-9 (medal with clasp) ; was Private Sec. to Gov. of Van Dieman's Land ; 1849-53, M.L.C. 1851, and Surveyor-Gen, and Ch. Commr. of Crown lands in Vic- 1 KNIGHTS. 629 toria 1853-8 ; in 1856 was returned as Representative for S. Melbourne, and be- came Executive Councillor and Member of first Cabinet in Victoria; in 1858 he de- clined the Premiership and returned to England ; in 1863 went to inspect the es- tablishments in W. Coast of Africa Colonies, and was engaged in operations against the Ashantees on their invading the Gold Coast Colony (mentioned in despatches) ; was Director of Works at Admiralty 1864-73 (designed and executed the great exten- sion of National Dockyards), Gov. of Straits Settlements 1873-5, when he initiated and conducted the operations that stamped out piracy and established the permanent authority of the Crown (medal with clasp), employed on a special mission to Siam 1875, a Member of Council of Viceroy of India and Min. of Public Works 1875-80, Comdt. of Sch. of Mil. Engineer- ing, Chatham, 1881-2, and Inspector- Gen, of Fortifications (designing and com- pleting Imperial Coaling Station) 1882-6 ; unsuccessfully contested Chatham (LG) 1886 and 1892 : m. 1867, Mary Margaret Ellen, el. da. of Charles W/Mackillop, Esq., formerly B.C.S. ; cr. C.B. 1869, K.C.M.G. 1873, C.I. E. 1878, G.C.M.G. 1885. 42, Portland Place, W. ; United Service, Athentzum, Pratt' s. Army and Navy and Marlborough Clubs. CLARKE, Sir Edward, Q.C., M.P., el. son of Mr. Job Guy Clarke, of Moorgate Street, London ; b. 1841 ; Bar Lincoln's Inn 1864 (Tancred Law Student), Q.C. 1880, Bencher 1882 ; is a Fellow of King's Coll., London, and author of "The Law of Extradition"; sat as M.P. for South- wark (C) Feb. to April 1880, when he was defeated ; has represented Plymouth since July 1880 ; was Solicitor-Gen. Aug. 1886 to Aug. 1892 : m. ist 1866, Annie, who d. 1881, el. da. of the late George Mitchell, Esq., of London; and, 1882, Kathleen Mathilda, da. of A. W. Bryant, Esq. ; cr. K.B. 1886. 37, Russell Square, W.C. ; Thorncote, Staines ; 5, Essex Court, Temple, E.C. ; Carlton, St. Stephen's, Garrick, City Carlton, and Press Clubs. CLARKE, Lieut.-Col. Sir Marshall James, C.M.G., el. son of the Rev. Mark Clarke, of Shronell, Tipperary; b. 1841 ; entered R.A. 1863, became Capt. 1875, Major 1880, and retired as Hon. Lieut.- Col. 1883 ; Resident Magistrate and Ad- ministrator of Native Law, co. Pieter- maritzburg, Natal, 1874, served as A.D.C. to Sir Theophilus Shepstone, H.M.'s Special Commr. in S. Africa, 1876 ; em- ployed on Mission to the Chief Sikukuni 1877 ; was Commr. at Lydenburg, Trans- vaal, 1877-80; was Resident Magistrate at Outhing, Basutoland, 1881, Commr. of Kaffrarian Police 1882, and Col. coind. Turkish Reserve Egyptian Constabulary since 1883-4, since when he has been Resi- dent Commr. in Basutoland ; has 3rd class Medjidie : m. 1880, Annie Stacey, da. of the late Major-Gen. Bannastre Lloyd,
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