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Cape of Good Hope, and a J. P. for the Colony : m. 1849, Emma, who d. 1876, da. of Thomas Ross, Esq., M.D. ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1889. Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope. DALY, Gen. Sir Henry (Dermot), G.C.B., C.I.E., son of Lieut.-Col. Fran- cis Dermot Daly, of Daly's Grove, co. Gahvay ; b. 1824 ; entered Army 1840, became Capt. 1854, Major and Lieut.-Col. 1858, Col. 1864, Maj.-Gen. 1870, Lieut.- Gen. 1877, and Gen. 1888 ; served in Punjaub 1848-9 (medal with two clasps) commanded against Hill Tribes 1850- (medal with clasp), the corps of Guides at siege of Delhi 1857 (twice wounded, horse killed, and C.B.), Hodson's Horse at siege of Lucknow 1858, and Brigade of Hodson's Horse throughout campaign in Oude 1858-9 ; was Gov. Gen.'s Agent Central India 1870-81 ; is a J.P. for co. Southampton ; unsuccessfully contested Dundee (C) 1886: m. ist, 1852, Susan Ely Ellen, da. of the late Edward Kirkpatrick, Esq. , of Southampton ; 2ndly, 1882, Mrs. Stirling Dunlop ; cr. C.B. 1858, K..C.B. 1875, C.I.E. 1880, G.C.B. 1889. Rydc House, Kyde, Isle of Wight ; United Service Club. DANVERS, Sir Juland, K.C.SJ., son of the late Frederick Dawes Danvers, Esq., of the Duchy of Lancaster Office ; b. 1826 ; formerly Govt. Director of Indian Railway Cos. and Sec. in Public Works Depart., India Office ; in 1885-6 made a tour of in- spection of all the railways in India ; author of the ' ' Annual Reports on Indian Rail- ways : " m. 1851, Sarah Frances, da. of the Rev. Henry Rochfort, of Rochfort, West- meath; cr. K. C.S.I. 1886. 103, Lexham Gardens, W.; Atkaueum, St. Stephens, and Northbrook Clubs. DARLEY, Hon. Sir Frederick Mat- thew, son of the late Henry Darley, Esq. , of co. Wicklow; b. 1830 ; ed. at Dungan- non Coll., and at Trin. Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1851) ; Bar. Ireland 1853, N.S. Wales 1862, Q.C. 1878 ; went Munster Circuit ; appointed M.L.C. of N.S. Wales 1868 ; was Vice-Pres. of Executive Council and Representative of Govt. in Legislative Council 1881-3 I appointed Ch. Justice of Supreme Court of N.S. Wales 1886, and Lieut.-Gov. of N.S. Wales 1891 : m. 1860, Lucy Forest, da. of Sylvester Browne, Esq. ; cr. K.B. 1887. Sydney, New Sotitk Wales; Carlton (London] and Union (Sydney) Clubs. DASENT, Sir George Webbe, D.C.L. t 3rd son of the late John Roche Dasent, Esq. , Attorney-Gen, of St. Vincent ; b. 1817 ; ed. at Westminster Sch. and at Oxford Univ. (D.C.L. 1852); Bar. Middle Temple Jan. 1852, and an Advocate in Doctors' Com- mons Nov. 1852 ; was a Civil Ser. Commr. 1870-92 ; many years an Assist. Editor of ' ' The Times " ; an original member of Roy. Commn. on Historical Manuscripts ; has translated numerous works from the KNIGHTS. 635 Norse, and is author of three 3-vol. novels, and "Jest and Earnest, a Collection of Essays and Reviews," &c. : m. 1846, Frances Louisa, 3rd da. of the late William Frederick Augustus Delane, Esq., of Bracknell, and Easthampstead, Berks ; cr. K.B. 1876. Tower Hill, Ascot. Berks ; AtheiKBiim Club. DAUBENEY, Gen. Sir Henry Charles Barnston, G.C.B., son of the late Lieut. - Gen. Henry Daubeney, K.H., Col. 83rd Foot, of Royal Crescent, Bath ; b. 1810 ; ed. at Sandhurst ; entered Army 1829, and served for 30 years from Ensign to Col. in 55th Regt., and n years subsequently as Inspector of Army Clothing ; became Major-Gen. 1868, Lieut. -Gen. 1877, and Gen. (retired) 1880 ; appointed Col. 55th Regt. (now 2nd Batn. Border Regt.) 1879 ' served in Coorg Campaign 1834, in China 1841-2 as Major of Brigade (medal, Brevet Major and C.B.) , and in Crimean campaign (medal with three clasps, Turkish medal, Legion of Honour, 4th class Med- jidie, twice promoted for distinguished services in the field) ; awarded Distin- guished Service Reward 1855; is a J.P. for cos. Clare and Middlesex, and for Westminster City, and an Hon. Com. of the Order of the Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem in England : m. ist, 1840, Amelia, who d. 1857, only child of Samuel Davy Liptrap, Esq., of Southamp- ton ; 2nd, 1859, Henrietta Anne, who d. 1876, only da. of the late Charles Jacomb, Esq., of Upper Clapton ; 3rd, 1878, Eliza, 2nd da. of Charles Carpenter, Esq., of Brunswick Square, Brighton ; cr. C. B. 1842, K.C.B. 1871, G.C.B. 1884. Osterley Lodge, Spring Grove, Isleworth ; United Service, Junior Carlton and Constitu- tional Clubs. DAVENPORT, Sir Samuel, K.C.M.G., LL.D. , 4th son of the late George Daven- port, Esq., of Oxford, and of Great Wigs- ton, Leicestershire ; b. 1818 ; settled in S. Australia, 1842 ; was Crown Nominee of Legislative Council 1846-7, non- official member of the partly elective Legislative Council which passed the Constitution Act 1855-6, M.L.C. 1857-66, Hon. Executive Commr. for Colony at International Ex- hibitions of London 1851, Philadelphia 1876, Sydney 1879, and Melbourne 1880, Assist. Executive Commr. for S. Australia at Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 ; and for many years Pres. of Roy. Agri- cultural and Horticultural Sos. of S. Aus- tralia and of Chamber of Manufactures of S.Australia; Hon. LL.D. Camb. 1886 ; is Pres. of S. Australian branch of Austra- lian Roy. Geographical So. : m. 1842, Margaret Fraser, da. of the late William Lennox Cleland, Esq., of Cal- cutta, bar. -at-law ; cr. K. B. 1884, K.C.M.G. 1886. Beaumont, near Ade- laide, S. Australia. DAVEY, Sir Horace, Q.C., son of the late Peter Davey, Esq., of Horton, Bucks, and Torquay ; b. 1833 ; ed. at