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KNIGHTAGE. 670 to British Hospital at Renkioi, Dardanelles ; was Ch. Officer and Naturalist with Dr. Livingstone's Zambesi Expedition 1858-64 ; appointed Vice-Consul at Zanzibar, 1866, Assist. Political Agent 1868, and in 1873 Indian Political Agent and H.M.'s Consul-Gen. ; was attached to the Sultan of Zanzibar during the visit of H. H. to Eng- land 1875, Consul for the Comoro Islands j 1875-80, H.M.'s Agent and Consul-Gen, at Zanzibar 1880-7, anc l H.M.'s Plenipo- tentiary to Brussels Conference 1889-90 : m. 1867, Helen, da. of Charles Cooke, Esq. ; cr. C.M.G. 1879, K.C.M.G. 1881, G.C.M.G. 1886, K.C.B. 1890. Wavertree, Sevenoaks, Kent; Athentzum Club, KNIGHT, Col. Sir Frederic Winn, K.C.B. , el. son of the late John Knight, ! Esq., of Wolverley, Worcester ; b. 1812 ; i ed. at Charterhouse ; was Parliamentary ' Sec. to Poor Law Board 1852 and 1858-9; i formerly Lieut. -Col. Worcester Yeo. Cav. ; is a J. P. and D. L. for co. Worcester, and a. J.P. for cos. Somerset and Devon, Col. ist Vol. Batn. Worcestershire Regt. , and a : .Family Trustee of British Museum ; sat as M.P. for W. Worcestershire 1841-85 : m. 1850, Maria Louisa Couling, da. of thelate E. Gibbs, Esq.; cr. C.B. 1881, K.C.B. 1886. Wolverley House, Kidderminster; Simonsbath, Exmoor, Somerset ; Carlton ' Club. '!KNIGHT, Sir Henry Edmund, 4th son of the late John William Knight, Esq., of St. Albans ; b. 1833 ; ed. at City of London Sch. ; was a member of Common Council for Ward of Cripplegate Within 1867-74, since when he has been an Alderman of London ; is a J. P. for Middlesex and a | member of Court of Lieutenancy for City i of London ; was Sheriff of London and | Middlesex 1875, and Lord Mayor of Lon- ! don, 1882: has been m. twice; cr. K.B. 1883. 2, Whitehall Court. S.W.; Elms Side, Hampton, Middlesex. KNOLLYS, Sir Francis, K.C.M.G., C.B., son of the late Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir William Thomas Knollys, K.C.B.; b. ' 1 8 ; is Private Sec. to H. R. H. the Prince j of Wales ; Groom-in- Waiting to H.R.H. i the Prince of Wales 1886 ; was specially , employed at Indian and Colonial Exhibi- . tion 1886 : m. 1887, Hon. Ardyn, da. of Sir Henry Thomas Tyrwhitt, 3rd Bart., and of j Baroness Berners ; cr.C. 6.1876, K.C.M.G. 1886. Blounts Court, Henley-on-Thames. /KORTRIGHT, Sir Cornelius Hendrick- 1 sen, K.C.M. G. ,son of Lawrence Kortright, Esq., formerly of Grenadier Guards; b. 1817 ; appointed a local magistrate at the | Bahamas 1849; was Pres. Administering Govt. of Virgin Islands 1854, Lieut. -Gov. of Grenada 1856-64, Lieut. -Gov. of To- ; bago 1864-72, Acting-Gov. of Trinidad in 1868, Administrator of Govt. of Gambia 1873-5, Gov. of W. Africa Settlements 1875-7, and Gov. of British Guiana 1877-82 : m. ist, Emily, da. of Major J. 'j. Anderson ; 2ndly, 1865, Theresa, da. of, the late Capt. Charles Forbes, 17111 Foot cr. C.M.G. 1877, K.C.M.G. 1882. LACAITA, .SYr James Philip, K. C.M. G. , only son of the late Diego Lacaita ; b. 1813 ; ed. at Naples Univ. (where he grad.) ; named Sec. to the Two Sicilies' Legation in London, 1848 ; became a naturalised British subject 1855 ; ap- pointed Sec. of Mr. Gladstone's Mission to Ionian Islands 1858 ; sat in first Italian Parliament for Bitonto 1861-5 ; has Italian orders of San Maurizio and San Lazzaro and Corona d'ltalia, and the Brazilian order of the Rose ; named a Senator of Kingdom of Italy 1876 : m. 1852, Maria Clavering, who d. 1853, da. of Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael, 1 2th Bart. ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1859. Atlieneeum andMarl- borongh Clubs. LACK, Sir Henry Reader, son of the late Edward John Lack, Esq. ; b. 1832 ; entered Civil Ser. 1850 as Clerk to Roy. Commrs. of 1851 Exhibition ; served in Board of Trade 1852-76, and as Clerk to Commrs. of Patents and Registrar ot Designs and Trade Marks 1876-84, since when he has been Comptroller-Gen, of the Patent Office ; was Sec. to British Commn. for negotiating commercial treaty with France 1860, and to Anglo-Austrian Tariff Commn. 1866-7 ; represented Great Britain at Statistical Congress, St. Petersburg 1872, and at Industrial Property Conferences in Paris 1880 and 1883, in Rome 1886, and in Madrid 1890 : m. 1864, Georgiana Matilda Marston, da. of the late Richard W. Lack, Esq. ; cr. K.B. 1891. Fairlight, Kingston Hill, S. W. ; 25, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, W. C. LACOSTE, Hon. Sir Alexandra, ZZ.Z>., son of the Hon. Louis Lacoste, formerly a Senator of Dominion of Canada ; b. 1842 ; ed. at St. Hyacinthe Coll., and at Laval Univ., Quebec ; Bar. Lower Canada 1863, and Q.C. 1880 ; was Batonnier of the Bar, Montreal 1879-81 ; is Professor of Law in Laval Univ. ; elected a Legis- lative Councillor of Quebec 1882, Senator of the Dominion 1884, and Speaker of the Senate 1891 ; appointed Ch. Justice of Court of Appeal, Quebec 1891 ; Hon. P.C. of Canada 1892: m. 1866, Maria Louise Globensky ; cr. K.B. 1892. Mon- treal, Canada. LAKEMAN, Sir Stephen Bartlett, son of the late Stephen Lakeman, Esq., of Grangewood Hall, Ashby-de-la-Zouche ; b. 1823 ; ed. at Mil. Sch. of Fleche, in France, and at Univ. of Paris (where he graduated) ; a Lieut. -Gen. in Tur- kish service ; knighted for services in Kaffir war of 1852, when in command of Lakeman's Waterkloof Rangers ; was at- tached to Turkish Army in Asia during Crimean War: m. 1856, the Princess Marie de Philippesco ; cr. K.B. 1853. LANGE, Sir Daniel Adolphus, 2nd son of the late John William Lange, Esq.,