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Lindley, Huddersfield ; cr. K.B. 1889. Ri>d' s Wood, H' GROSSMAN, Maj.-Gen. Sir William, K.C.M.G., el. son of the late R. Cross- man, Esq., of Cheswick, Northumber- land ; b. 1830; became Lieut. R. E. 1848, Capt. 1858, Major 1872, Lieut.-Col. 1873, Col. 1878 (h.p. 1885), and Maj.-Gen. (retired) 1886 ; was Assist. -Sec. to Juries at International Exhibition 1851, in charge of various Public Works in W. Australia 1852-56, and a Magistrate of the Colony, employed Under Inspector-Gen, of Fortifi- cations at War Office 1857-61, temporarily on staff of Q.M.G., on march of troops from Halifax to Riviere du Loup, Dec. 1861, Sec. to Roy. Commn. on defences of Canada 1862, in charge of Diplomatic and Consular Buildings in China and Japan 1866-9 and at Constantinople 1869, a member of Treasury Committee on Irish Board of Works 1870, Assist. -Direct or of Works for Fortifications 1874-5, H.M.S. Special Commr. to Griqunland W. 1875, Inspector of Submarine Defences at War Office 1 876, sent on special service to inspect and report upon the defences of the prin- cipal colonies 1881, a Roy. Commr. to inquire into the Public Revenues, &c., of W. Indian Islands 1882-3, an< J Comdg. R.E. of S. District 1882-5 : is an Associate Member of Institute of Civil Engineers; sat as M.P. for Portsmouth (LU] 1885-92: m. 1855, Catharine Jose- phine, da. of J. Lawrence Morley, Esq., of Albany, W. Australia; cr. C.M.G. 1876, K.C.M.G. 1884. Chenvick, Beal, North- umberland; United Service Club. CROSTHWAITE, Sir Charles Hawkes Todd, K.C.S.I., son of the late Rev. J. C. Crosthwaite (formerly V. of Ch. Ch. Cathedral, Dublin), R. of St. Mary-at- Hill, London ; b. 1835 ; ed. at Merchant Taylors' Sch., and at St. John's Coll., Oxford (ist class classical moderations 18 ) ; entered B.C.S. 1858 ; was Sec. to Board of Revenue N.W.P. 1875-7, Commr. of Jubbalpore, Central Provinces, 1877-81, Extraor. Member of Council of Gov.-Gen. 1881-3, Ch. Commr. British '. Burmah 1883-4, and of Central Provinces 1885-6, a Member of Public Ser. Commn. ! 1886-7, Ch. Commr. of Burmah 1887-90, and a Member of Council of Gov.-Gen. of India 1890-91 and again 1892, since when he has been Lieut. -Gov. of N.W. Provinces and Oudh : m. ist, 1863, Sarah, who d. 1872, da. of William Graham Lisburn Ireland, Esq.; 2nd, 1874, Caroline Allison, da. of Henry Lushington, Esq. [see Lushington, Bart.] ; cr. C.S.I. 1887, K.C.S.I. 1888. 'Government House, Allahabad, India. CROWE, Sir Arthur de Capel, son of the late Sir John Rice Crowe, C.B. ; b. 1845 ; was Vice-Consul at Christiania 1848-67, and at Copenhagen 1867-8, Con- j sul at Copenhagen 1868-71 and for Den- j mark i87i-8o.and Consul-Gen, and Comy.- Judge at Havannah 1880-92 : m. 18 , ;

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Frederikke, da. of Andreas Von Hauch, a Judge in Norway ; cr. K. P.. [892. 7, Am Kupfer^ri'l'cn, licrlin. CROWE, 6V;- Joseph Archer, K.C.M.G., C.B., son of the late Eyre Evans Crowe, Esq. ; /'. 1825 ; appointed Consul-Gen, at Leipzig 1860. where he represented French interests.during the Franco-German War 1870-1, Consul-Gen, at Dusseldorf 1872, Commercial Attache to Embassies at Berlin and Vienna 1880, a Roy. Commr. for negotiating a Treaty of Commerce with France 1881, Commercial Attache for Europe to reside at Paris 1882, Protoco- list to Danube Conference in London 1883, Assist, to Sir E. Malet, British Re- presentative at W. African Conference at Berlin 1884, and British Commr. at Samoan Conference 1889, and for delimi- tation of Niger Territories 1890 : m. 1861, Baroness (Asta) von Early ; cr. C.B. 1885, K.C.M.G. 1890. 28, Avenue du Troca- dero, Paris. CRUNDALL, Sir William Henry, son of William Crundall, Esq. , of Lords, near Faversham, Kent ; /'. 1847 ; was Mayor of Dover 1887, 1888, 1889, 1892, and 1893 ; is a partner in firm of William Crundall and Co. , of Dover, and a J. P. for Dover and for Kent : m. 18 , Emily Constance, da. of Col. George Laudmann ; cr. K.B. 1889. Woodside, Kearmcy, Dover. . CUMMIXG, A din. Sir Arthur, K.C.B., son of the late Gen. Sir Henry Gumming, K.C.B. ; b. 1818 ; entered R. N. 1832, became Com. 1846, Capt. 1854, Rear- Adm. 1870, Vice-Adm. 1876, and Adm. 1880 ; retired 1882 ; served in opera- tions in Syria 1840 (medal and Turkish medal), and in Baltic during Russian War 1854 (medal) ; was Com.-in-Ch. in E. Indies 1872-5 : m. 1853, Adelaide, da. of the late Charles Stuart, Esq. ; cr. C.B. 1867, K.C.B. 1887. Poston Hall, Derby ; 17, Seymour Street, Portman Square, VV. ; United Service and Army and Navy Clubs. CUNNINGHAM, Maj.-Gen. Sir Alex- ander, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., son of the late Allan Cunningham, Esq., a well-known poet ; 6. 1814 ; entered Bengal Engineers 1831, became Capt. 1846, Major 1849, Lieut.-Col. 1854, Col. 1860, and Maj.- Gen. 1862 ; served in Gwalior Campaign 1843-4 (bronze star), in Sutlej Campaign 1846, and in Punjab Campaign 1848-9 (medal with clasp) ; was for 15 years Director-Gen, of Archaeological Survey in India : m. 1840, Alice, who d. 1870, da. of Martin Whish, Esq. ; cr. C.S.I. 1871, C.I.E. 1878, K.C.I.E. 1887. Cranley Mansion, Gloucester Road, S. Kensing- ton. S. W. ; At/icnffum Club. CUNNINGHAM, Sir Henry Stewart, K.C.I.E., son of the late Rev. John William Cunningham, of Harrow-on-the- Hill ; b. 1832 ; Bar. Inner Temple 1859 ; was Advocate-Gen., Madras, 1873-7,3110: was a Puisne Judge of High Court of Judicature, Fort William, 1877-88 : m.