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658 KNIGHTAGE. Hill, co. Fermanagh ; b. 1831 ; ed. at Clif- ton ; Hon. M.A. Durham Univ. 1883 ; ad- mitted a solicitor 1853 ; was Private Sec. to the Lord Bishop of London (Rt. Rev. ArchibaldCampbellTait,D . D. ) 1 857-67,and HAY, Sir James Shaw, K.C.M.G. [see Hay, Bart., cr. 1703, colls.]. HAY, Adm. of the Fleet Lord K.C.B. [see M. Tweeddale]. ~ to "Baroness Bu'rdeTt-Coutts j HAY, Rt. Hon. Sir John Hay DRUM- 1867-74; appointed Comptroller at H.M.'s MOXD-, P.C., G. C.M.G., K.C.B. [see E. Chapel Royal. Whitehall 1862, Registrar; Kinnoull, colls.]. of Diocese of Canterbury 1872, and Princi- HEATH, Adm. Sir Leopold George, pal Registrar of Province of Canterbury K.C.B., son of the late George Heath, 1876; cr. K.B. 1888. 5, Dean's Court, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law ; b. 1817; ed. at Doctors' Commons, B.C. ; Palace Cham- R O y. Naval Coll.; entered R.N. 1830, bers, Westminster, S. W. ; St. Stephen's and Isthmian Clubs. HAVELOCK, Capt. Sir Arthur Elibank, K.C.M.G., son of the late Lieut. -Col. j William Havelock, K.H. ; b. 1844; for- i merly Capt. 32nd Regt. ; was A.D.C. and private Sec. to Administrator of Govt. of Mauritius 1873-4, Acting Ch. Civil Commr. Seychelles Islands 1874-5, M.E.C. i and M.L.C. of Fiji 1875, Colonial Sec. and I Receiver-Gen, of Fiji 1875-6, Pres. of Nevis 1877-8, Administrator of Govt. of St. Lucic 1878-9, Ch. Civil Commr. Seychelles ' 1879-80, and Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of W. African Settlements and H. M's. Consul for Liberia 1881-4, Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Trinidad 1884-5, and Gov. and Com.-in- Ch. of Natal, and Zululand 1884-9, since when he has been Gov. of Ceylon : m. 1871, Anne Grace, da. of the late Sir William N orris ; cr. C.M.G. 1880, became Lieut. R. N. (winning prize com- mission at New Royal Naval Coll.) 1840, Com. 1847, Capt. 1854, Rear- Adm. 1871, Vice-Adm. 1877 and Adm. 1886 ; engaged in operations against Sultan of Borneo 1846, in first attack upon Lagos 1851, and in all early operations in Black Sea during Crimean War, and as Principal Agent of transports at Balaclava (Crimean medal with clasp, Turkish medal, Legion of Honour, 4th class Medjidie and C. B. ); was Vice-Pres. of Ordnance Select Com- mittee, commanded E. Indian Squadron in Abyssinian War 1868 (thanked by Parliament, medal and K.C.B.) ; was a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. 1868-71; is a J.P. for Surrey : m. 1853, Mary Emma, da. of the late Cuthbert Marsh, Esq., of Eastbury, Herts; cr. C.B. 1856, K.C.B. 1868. Anstie Grange, near Dorking; United Service Club. K.C.M.G. 1884. Queens House, Ceylon ; HECTOR, Sir James, K.C.M.G., Junior Carlton and White's Clubs. HAWKINS, Hon. Sir Henry, son of the late John Hawkins, Esq., of Hitchin, Herts; .1817; Bar. Middle Temple 1843, having previously practised as a Special Pleader; a Q.C. and a Bencher 1858; appointed a Judge of High Court of Jus- tice Nov. 2nd, 1876, and on I4th of same month was transferred by sign manual to the Exchequer Div. of that Court : m. 1887, Jane Louisa, da. of the late Henry Francis Reynolds, Esq., of Hulme, Lancashire, and 8, Seamore Place, W. ; cr. K.B. 1876. 5. Tilney Street, Park Lane, W. ; Turf, Arthur's and Athcntzum Clubs. HAWKINS, Gen. Sir John Summer- field, K.C.M.G., only son of the late Tohn Hawkins, Esq., Lieut. R.N. ; b. "1816 ; entered R.E. 1834, became Capt. 1846, Major and Lieut .-Col. 1858, Col. 1863, Maj.-Gen. 1874 (antedated to ), Lieut. -Gen. 1877. retired Gen. 1881, M.D., F.R.S., son of the late Alexander Hector, Esq., W.S., of Edinburgh ; fr. 1834; ed. at Edinburgh Univ. (M.D. 1856) ; was Surg. and Geologist to Expe- dition to explore the Rocky Mountains 1857-60, Provincial Geologist, Otago, New Zealand 1861, and Director of Geo- logical Survey, New Zealand 1865, and Executive Commr. for Colony at Inter- national Exhibitions of Philadelphia 1876, Sydney 1879, and Melbourne 1880 and 1888 ; is Director of Colonial Museum, Laboratory Observatory, and of New Zealand Institute, and Chancellor of Univ. of New Zealand ; F.G.S. 1860 and Lyell Medallist 1876, F.R.G.S, 1860 (Founder's medal 1891), F.R.S. (Edin.) 1861, and F.R.S. (London), 1866; is a Fellow of numerous other Sos., and a corresponding member of several Foreign Learned Sos. : m. 1868, the el. da. of the late Sir David Monro, M.D. ;cr. C.M.G. 1875, K.C.M.G. 1887. Wellington, New tea land. and Col. Comdt. R.E. 1884 ; was Commr. HEMMING, Sir Augustus William for marking out boundary between British and United States Territories W. of the Rocky Mountains 1858-63 ; is a J.P. and a County Alderman for Worcester- shire : m. 1847, Leonora Mary, who d. 1879, da. of the late Denis Henry Kelly, Esq., of Castle Kelly, co. Galway ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1881. Great Malvern ; United Service and Junior United Service Clubs. HAY, Sir Francis Ringler DRUM- MOD- [see E. Kinnoull, colls. 1 . Lawson, K.C.M.G., son of the late William B. Hemming, Esq., M.R.C.S. ; b. 1841 ; ed. at Epsom Coll. , and at Godolphin Sch. , Hammersmith ; entered Colonial Office 186o ; was Private Sec. to Sir F. Rogers (afterwards B. Blachford) 1867-71, and to Mr. (now Sir R. G. W.) Herbert, 1871-2, and EarlCadogan 1878-9 ; became a principal clerk 1879 ; went on special missions to Paris 1879 and 1881, to Berlin 1887-8, and again to Paris 1889 ; was British delegate to W. African Con-