1854-68 ; appointed M.E.C. Bahamas 1861, and represented that Colony at the i Great Exhibition 1862, at Paris Inter- | national Exhibition 1867, and at Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 ; formerly ('apt. Comdt. Nassau Marine Artillery, Chm. of Board of Pilotage during Ameri- can War of Secession, and First Commr. ; under Popular Education Act ; is a County Councillor for London, Padding- ton (South) Div. : m. 1854, Eliza Margaret, da. of the Hon. Henry Adderley, of Baha- mas ;cr. K.-B. 1888. 32, Inverness Terrace, W. ; Conservative and Gresham Clubs. HARRISON, Maj.-Gen. Sir Richard, ', K.C.B., C.M.G., son of the late Rev. B. ' J. Harrison, R. of Beaumont, Essex ; b. 1837; ed. at Harrow; entered R.E. 1855, became Capt. 1862, Major 1864, Lieut. -Col. 1874, Col. 1879, an( i Ma J - ' Gen. 1888 ; served (?) at Scutari at end of war with Russia 1856, (/?') in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8, (Hi) through Rohilcund Campaign, (if) in command of mixed bodies of Engineer troops dur- ing Oude Campaign 1858-9, (v) as Adj. R.E. in India throughout Trans-Groga Campaign 1859 (medal with clasp), (vi) in China War 1860 (mentioned in despatches, and medal with two claps), (vii) on special service in Canada and America under Sir W. Jervois 1863-4, visiting the N. armies during the war with the S. States, (viii) at first as Comdg. R.E. at Army Headquarters at Cape of Good Hope 1879, and afterwards as A.Q.M.G. (mentioned in despatches and medal with clasp), (i.v) in command of Flying Column after departure of Brig. -Gen. Wood, (x) subsequently in command of troops in the Transvaal, and conducted the military movements neces- sitated by the Boer agitation (mentioned in despatches), (xi) as A.A.G. in Egyp- tian Campaign 1882 (medal with clasp, mentioned in despatches, bronze star, and 3rd class Osmanieh), and (xii) as Col. on Staff in Nile Expedition 1884-5 (clasp); was A.A. andQ.M.G. at Aldershot 1881-5, in command of R.E. in S.E. Dist. 1886-7, and at Aldershot 1887-8, and Gov. of Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich 1889-90, since when he has commanded W. Dist. : m. 1870, Amy, da. of Lieut. -Col. T. D. O'Brien ; cr. C.B. 1879, C.M.G. 1882, K.C.B. 1889. Government House, Devonport ; fJawley Hill, Blackwater ; United Service and Arthur's Clubs. HART, Sir Robert, C.C.M.G., son of the late Henry Hart, Esq., of Portadown, Ireland ; b. 1835; ed. at Queen's Coll., Belfast(B.A. Double First 1853, Hon.M.A. 1875) ; appointed Student Interpreter, British Consular Sen, China, 1854 ; was Sec. to Allied Commn. for Govt. of Canton 1858, Pres. of Chinese Commns. for Inter- national Exhibition of (/) Vienna, 1873, it) Philadelphia, 1876, and (iii) Paris, 1878; has been Inspector-Gen, of Imperial Maritime Customs, in service of Chinese KNIGHTS. 657 Govt. since 1863 ; granted in 1881 by Imperial Edict the Red Button of the First of the Nine Ranks ; gazetted in May 1885 H.M.'s Envoy Extraor. and Min. Plen. to the Emperor of China, and to the King of Corea, which appointment he did not take up : m. 1866, Hester Jane, da. of Alexander Bredon, Esq., M.D., of Portadown ; cr. C.M.G. 1879, K.C.M.G. 1882, G.C.M.G. 1889. Pekin, China; 38, Cadogan Place, S. W. ; At/ien- ceum Club. HARTLEY, Sir Charles Augustus, K.C.M.G., M.I.C.E., F.R.S.E., son of W. A. Hartley, Esq., of Darlington ; b. 1825 ; Consulting Engineer to European Commn. of Danube ; served at Kertch 1855-6, as Capt. Turkish Contingent Engineers (Medjidie, 4th class, and Turkish War medal); was a member of Board of Experts appointed by Pres. of United States to visit mouthsof Mississippi and recommend best means of deepening S. Pass 1875, and by British Govt. to serve on International Technical Commn. of Suez Canal 1884 ; is a Com. of Star of Roumania: cr. K.B. 1862, K.C.M.G. 1884. 26, Pall Mall, S. W.; Reform Club. HARWOOD, Sir John James, son of James Harwood, Esq. ; b. 1832 ; entered Town Council of Manchester 1866, became an Alderman 1881, and Mayor 1884, 1886, and 1887 ; is a member of Roy. Comm. on Market Rights and Tolls ; unsuccessfully contested Derby (LU) 1892 : m. 1856, Sarah Elizabeth, da. of C. E. Oldham, Esq. ; cr. K.B. 1888. Ask Villa, Northumberland Street, Broughton, Manchester. HASLAM, Sir Alfred Scale, son of Mr William Haslam, of Derby ; b. 1844 ; ed. at Diocesan Sch., and privately ; was Mayor of Derby, 1890 and 1891 ; is an Ironmaster and Engineer nf Derby, Pres. of Derby Chamber of Commerce and of Derby Children's Hospital, Gov. of Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Managing Director of Haslam's Foundry and En- gineering Co., Director of Derby and Derbyshire Banking Co., and a J.P. for Derbyshire : in. 1875, Annie, da. of the late Thomas Tatam, Esq., of The Elms, Little, Eaton, Derbyshire ; cr. K.B. 1891. North Lees, Derby ; West Bank, Derby ; Devonshire and Gresham Clubs. HASLETT, .Sir James Horner, son of the Rev. Henry Haslett, of Castlereagh, co. Down ; b. 1832 ; ed. at Academical Inst., Belfast ; sat as M.P. for Belfast, W. Div. (C) 1885-6, when he was defeated ; is a Chemist and Druggist, and an Alder- man and a J.P. of Belfast; was Mayor of Belfast 1887 and 1888: m. 1877, Annie, da. of Thomas Rea, Esq. , of Islandreagh , co. Antrim, and London ; cr. K.B. 1887. Princess Gardens, Belfast.
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