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634 KNIGHTAGE. 1877, the Hon. Harriet Emily Lawrence, da. of ist Baron Lawrence ; cr. K.C.I.E. 1889. n, Egcrton Gardens, South Ken- sington, S. W. CURRIE, Sir Donald, K.C.M.G., M.P., son of the late James Currie, Esq., of Greenock ; b. 1825 ; is a shipowner, and a D.L. for City of London, and for Perth- shire ; unsuccessfully contested Greenock 1878 ; sat as M.P. for Perthshire (L) 1880- 5, since when he has sat for Perthshire, W. Div. : m. 1851, Margaret, da. of the late John Miller, Esq., of Liverpool, and Ardencraig, Bute; cr, C.M.G. 1877, K.C.M.G. 1881. 4, Hyde Park Place, W.; Garth Castle, Aberfeldy. Perthshire ; Reform Club. CURRIE, Sir Edmund Hay, son of Leonard Currie, Esq., of Bromley and Tunbridge Wells ; b. 1834 ; ed. at Harrow ; was Chm. of London Hospital for 12 years, and Vice-Chm. of London School Board 1873-6 ; sometime Chm. of Trustees of the People's Palace ; unsuccessfully con- tested the Tower Hamlets (L) 1874 : m. 1877, Harriett Anne, da. ot the late Rev. Edward Golding, V. of Brimpton, Berks ; cr. K.B. 1876. Folkestone; City Liberal andJfeiv Travellers Clubs. CURRIE, Sir Philip Henry Wode- house, G. C.B., son of the late Raikes Currie, j Esq., of Minley Manor, Farnborough, M.P. for Northampton 1837-57 ; b. 1834 ; appointed a Clerk in Foreign Office 1854, became a Senior Clerk 1874, and Assist. Under-Sec, of State for Foreign Depart. | 1882 ; was acting 2nd Sec. to Lord Wode- t house's Special Mission to King of Den- mark 1863-4, Sec. to Marquess of Salis- bury's Special Embassy to Constantinople ; 1876, Joint Sec. to Special Embassy during Congress at Berlin 1876, Private Sec. to Marquess of Salisbury, Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs 1878-80, and Sec. to Marquess of Northampton's Special Mis- sion to Spain 1881 ; has been Permanent Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs since 1889; cr.C.B. 1878, K.C.B. 1885, G.C.B. 1892. i, Connaitght Place, W. ; St. James's, Travelers', and Turf Clubs. CUSACK, Sir Ralph Smith, son of the late James Wm. Cusack, Esq., M.D., of Abbeville, co. Dublin ; b. 1822 ; ed. at Triii. Coll., Dublin (B. A. 1845, M.A. 1849); ; Bar. King's Inns, Dublin, 1845; was Clerk of the Crown and Hanaper for Ireland 1858- 80 ; has been Chm. of Midland and Great j Western Railway Co. of Ireland since ! 1867 1 is a D.L. for Dublin City and a J.P. for cos. Dublin and Meath : m. 1851, Elizabeth, da. of the late Richard Barker, Esq., of Sterling, co. Meath ; cr. ' K.B. 1873. Furry Park, Raheny, co. Dublin ; Junior Carlton and Kildare Street Clubs. CUSINS, Sir William George, son of Teeling Cusins, Esq., of London; b. 1833 ; appointed Conductor of the Phil- harmonic So. 1867, Master of the Music to H.M. and Conductor of State Concerts 1870, and Professor of Music at Queen's Coll. 1873 and at Guildhall Sch. of Music 1885 ; has composed Symphonies, Over- tures, Concertos, Oratorios, Cantatas, Church Music and Songs, &c. ; cr. K.B. 1892. 40, Montagu Square, W. CUST, Sir Reginald John [see E. Brownlow, colls.]. CUTHBERTSON, Sir John Neilson,son of the late Thomas Cuthbertson, Esq. , of Glasgow ; b. 1829 ; ed. at High Sch. and Univ. of Glasgow, and at Roy. Coll. Ver- sailles ; unsuccessfully contested Kil- marnock (C) 1880, and Glasgow, St. Rollox Div., 1885; is a J.P. for Lanark- shire, Chm. of the Glasgow School Board, Member of the Univ. Court, and Life Gov. of W. of Scotland Technical Coll.: m. 1865 Mary Alicia, who d. 1869, da. of the late W. B. Macdonald, Esq., of Ram- merscales, Dumfriesshire; cr. K.B. 1887. 25, Blythswood Square, Glasgow; Western (Glasgow), Conservative (Edinburgh), and Carlton Clubs. D'AGUILAR, Gen. Sir Charles Law- rence, G.C.B. , son of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir George D'Aguilar, K.C.B. ; b. 1821; en- tered R. A. 1838, became Capt. 1847, Major 1854, Lieut.-Col. 1856, Col. 1858, Maj. -Gen. 1868, Lieut.-Gen. 1877, Col.-Comdt. 1880, and Gen. (retired) 1884 ; was Mil. Sec. to Com. of Forces in China 1843-8 ; served in Crimean campaign (horse shot, specially mentioned in despatches, medal with two clasps, 5th class Medjidie, Turkish medal, andC.B.); and in Indian Mutiny 1857-8 (mentioned in despatches, and medal with clasp) ; is a Grand Officer of legion of Honour : m. 1852, Emily, da. of the late Vice-Adm. the Hon. Josceline Percy, C.B. [see D. Northumberland colls.]; cr. C.B. 1855, K.C.B. 1877, G.C.B. 1887. 4, Clif- ton Crescent, Folkestone; Travellers , and United Service Clubs. DALBY, Sir William Bartlett, son of the late Charles Allsopp Dalby, Esq. , of Ashby-de-la-Zouch ; b. 1840 ; ed. at Sid- ney Sussex Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1863, M.B. 1866, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1867, F.R.C.S. Eng. 1870) ; is Aural Surg. to St. George's Hospital ; author of Treatises on Diseases of the Ear : m. 1873, Hyacinthe, da. of the late Major Edward Wellesley ; cr. K.B. 1886. 18, Savile Row, W. ; Red Lodge, Englcfield Green, Surrey; Gar- rick and New University Clubs. DALE, Sir Langham, K.C.M.G., son of Henry Dale, Esq., of Kingsclere, N. Hants ; b. 1826 ; ed. at Queen's CoLL, Oxford (B.A. honours 1847, M.A. 1873) ; Hon. LL.D., Glasgow 1859; was Pro- fessor of Classics in S. African Coll., Cape Town 1848-59, Sup.-Gen. of Education for Cape Colony 1859-92, Pres. of Board of Public Examiners 1859-72, Vice-Chancellor of the Univ. of Cape of Good Hope, 1873, and Chm. of Civil Ser. Commn. 1886-7 ; > s Chancellor of the Univ. of