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640 KNIGHTAGE. Assist. -Surg. R.N. 1864-5; elected Assist.- Physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1869, and Physician and Lecturer on Clinical Medicine 1883 ; Treasurer of Roy. ; Coll. of Physicians of London 1884, and I representative of that body in Medical Council of United Kingdom 1886 ; Pres. of Clinical So. of London 1891 ; is Hon. Physician to H.R.H. Prince of Wales, and a Knight of the Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem : m. ist, 1870, Annie Alicia, who d. 1889, relict of John Smith, ! Esq., of Bombay ; 2nd, 1890, Ada Emily, da. of G.Arthur Fuller, Esq. [see Loraine, Bart., colls.] ; c>: K.B. 1886. n, Cinif ton- Street, IV. ; Atheiucuni Club. DUFF, Right Hon. Sir Mountstuart Elphinstone GRANT-, P.C., G.C.S./., ; C.I.E., F.R.S., son of the late James Cuninghame Grant Duff, Esq. , of Eden- the first Political Resident atSattara, and : author of " The History of the Mahrattas"; b. 1829 ; ed. at Edinburgh, and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1850, 2nd class in literis kumanioribus, M.A. 1853, LL.B. in honours at London Univ. 1854) ; gained in 1853 the studentship of fifty guineas offered for competition by the United Inns of Court ; Bar. Inner Temple 1854 ; was Under Sec. of State for India 1868-74, Lord Rector of Aberdeen Univ. 1866-72, i and Under Sec. of State for the Colonies ; 1880- 1 ; is a D.L. for cos. Aberdeen and Moray, and a J. P. for co. Banff ; has been : Pres, of Roy. Geographical So. since 1889 ; sat as M.P. for Elgin District (L) 1857-81 ; . was Gov. of Madras 1881-6 : m. 1859, Anna Julia, C.I., only child of Edward , Webster, Esq., of North Lodge, Ealing ; cr. P.C. 1880, C.I.E. 1881, G.C.S.I. 1886. , York House, Twickenham ; Brooks s and Athenccum Clubs. DUFFY, .SYrCharles Gava.n,A'.C.M.G., son of a merchant in co. Monaghan ; .b. 1816 ; ed. at Belfast Institution; Bar. King's Inns, Dublin, 1846; in i842started the Nation journal " to create and foster public opinion in Ireland, and make it racy of the soil;" founded the "Young Ire- land " party, and in 1844 was tried with O'Connell for ' ' sedition ;" quitted the "Repeal Association" in 1847, and assisted to found the " Irish Confederation ;" in 1848-9 was twice unsuccessfully prosecuted for " treason felony ;" having revived the ition, which had been suspended, he i helped to found an Irish Parliamentary j party; sat as M.P. for New Ross (L) 1852-6, when he went to Australia, where he was successively Min. of Public Lands ! and Works,, and of Roads and Railways, in the Colony of Victoria, and in 1871 be- came Premier, having in 1861 declined the ; position ; was afterwards Speaker of Legis- ; lative Assembly ; upon settling in Victoria, he was presented with a handsome estate by the Irish inhabitants of that colony ; was Chin, of a Royal Commn. for Federa- tion of the Australian Colonies, and sub- sequently Chm. of a Conference of Aus- tralian Govts. to procure concessions from the Imperial Parliament, and which con- cessions have since been granted : in. ist, 1842, Emily, who d. 1845, da. of the late Francis McLaughlin, Esq., of Belfast ; 2nd, 1846, Susan, who d. 1878, da. of Philip Hughes, Esq., of Xewry ; 3rd, 1881, Louise, who d. 1889, da. of George Hall, Esq. , of Rockferry, Cheshire; cr. K. B. 1873, K.C.M.G. 1877. Nice. DURAND, Sir Henry Mortimer, K. C.I.E., C.S.I., son of the late Maj.- Gen. Sir Henry Marion Durand, K.C.S. L, C.B. [see Durand, Bart.]; b. 1850; ed. at Blackheath Proprietary Sch. ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1872 ; entered B.C.S. 1873, and was employed in Foreign Office and Political Depart. ; accompanied Gen. Roberts to Afghanistan Sept., 1879, and was present at Charasia and the fighting round Cabul ; is Sec. to Govt. of India in Foreign Depart. , and to the Orders of the Star of India and the Indian Empire : m. 1875, Ella Rebe, da. of Teignmouth Sandys, Esq., B.C.S. ; cr. C.S.I. 1881, K. C.I.E. 1889. Simla. EADE, Sir Peter, Jf.D. y only son of the late Peter Eade, Esq., of Blofield, Norwich ; b. 1825 ; ed. at King's Coll., London, of which he is an Hon. Fellow; M.B. London 1847, M.D. London 1850, and F.R.C.P. London 1873 ; is Con- sulting Physician to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, and a J.P. for Norwich ; was Sheriff of Norwich 1880-1, and Mayor of that city 1883-4 : m. 1872, Ellen, widow of Henry Ling, Esq., and only da. of the late Hugh .Rump, Esq. , of Wells, Norfolk ; cr. K.B. 1885. 68, St. Giles's Street, Xonuich. EDGAR, Sir John Ware, K.C.I.E., C. S. I. , son of the late John Peard Edgar, Esq., of Palace Gardens, Kensington, W. ; b. 1839; entered B.C.S. 1861 ; was Dep. Commr., Cachar 1867, Political officer with Loshai Expedition 1872 (medal with clasp), Junior 'Sec. to Govt. of Bengal 1872, and Dep. Commr., Darjeeling 1873 ; appointed Magistrate and Collector at Shahabad 1878, Commr. at Patna 1880, Magistrate and Collector at Chumparum 1880, Commr. at Chittagong 1881, Sec. to Govt. of Bengal 1884, and Ch. Sec. to Govt. of Bengal 1887 ; retired 1892 ; cr. C.S.I. 1873, K.C.I.E. 1889. Villa Guic- ciardini a Montughi, Florence ; Badmin- ton and East India United Set vice Clubs. EDGE, Hon. Sir John, only son of the lateB.B. Edge, Esq., of Clonbrock, Queen's co.; b. 1841 ; ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin (B. A. Junior Moderator in Ethics and Logics 1861, LL.B 1862); Bar. King's Inn, Dublin, 1864, Bar. Middle Temple 1866, and Q.C. 1886; went N. and N.E. Cir- cuits ; has been Ch. Justice of N.W. Provinces since 1886 : in. 1867, Laura, da. of the late Thomas Loughborough, Esq., of Tulse Hill, Surrey; cr. K.B. 1886. Allahabad, .V. IV. Provinces India; Junior