1887. Tarrangower, Brondesbury, N. W.; Oriental Club. LETHBRIDGE, Sir Roper, K.C.I.E., son of the late E. Lethbridge, Esq., of Ste. Adresse, France ; b. 1840 ; ed. at Exeter Coll., Oxford, of which he was a Scholar (B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866); entered Inner Temple 1864, Bar. thereof 1880; ap- pointed a Professor in Bengal Educational Depart. 1868, and a Fellow of Calcutta Univ., and Sec. of Simla Educational Commn. 1877 ' transferred to Indian Poli- tical Depart, as Political Agent ist class, and appointed Press Commr. 1878 ; was Editor of Calcutta Quarterly Review 1871- 8 ; is a J. P. for Kent, Hon. Member of the Anjuman-i-Punjab, Member of Asiatic So. of Bengal and of Roy. Asiatic So., and Member of Council of E. India Asso. , and of the National Indian Asso. ; sat as M.P. : for N. Div. of Kensington (C) 1885-92 : m. 1865, Eliza, da. of the late W. Finlay, Esq.; cr. C.I.E. 1878, K.B. 1885, K.C.I.E. 1890. Lynsted Lodge, Lynsted, Kent; Carlton and City Carlton Clubs. LEWES, Sir Samuel William Sayer, son of the late Samuel Lewes, Esq., of the Admiralty ; b. 1824 ; entered Admiralty 1841 and retired 1886, having been 16 years Director of the Victualling of the Navy ; formerly Capt. 27th Kent Rifle Vol. ; cr. K.B. 1886. 163, Lewisham High Road, S.E. LEWIS, Sir William Thomas ; b. ' 1837 ; was for 7 years a Member of Acci- dents and Mines Commn. ; is Gen. Man- ager of the Marquess of Bute's Welsh Estates, Docks, Collieries and Railways, a large employer of labour in connection with Collieries, Iron and Steel Works, Tinplate Works and other industries in S. Wales, a Member of Roy. Commns. on Mining Royalties, Coal Dust and Labour, Founder of S. Wales Sliding Scale Com- mittee and of S. Wales Miners' Provident : Fund, Past Pres. of Mining Asso. of Great Britain, and of S. Wales and Monmouth- shire Coal Asso., Pres. (2nd time) of S. Wales Institute of Engineers, a Member of Institution of Civil Engineers, of N. of England Institution of Mechanical and Mining Engineers, and of Mechanical Engineers' Institute, a Member of Council of Iron and Steel Institute, a J.P. for cos. Monmouthand Brecon (High Sheriff 1884), and a J.P.,aD.L. and a County Alder- man for Glamorganshire ; unsuccessfully contested Merthyr Tydfil (C) 1880: m. 1864, Anne, el. da. of William Rees, Esq., of Lletty Shenkin, Glamorgan ; cr. K.B. 1885. The Mardy, Aberdare, S. Wales; 22a, Queen Anne s Gate, S. W. ; Oriental, Constitutional and Carlton Clubs. LILLEY, Hon. Sir Charles, son of the lateT. Lilley, Esq., of Hull and Newcastle; b. 1830 ; ed. at Univ. Coll., London ; Bar. of Queensland 1861, Q.C. 1865 ; was successively Attorney-Gen. , Colonial Sec., and Premier of Colony ; appointed Puisne KNIGHTS. 673 Judge 1874, and Ch. Justice of Queensland and Judge of Vice-Admiralty Court 1879; founded the system of Free Education by the State in Queensland 1870 (being the first foundation of free education in Aus- tralia) ; formerly Major in Queensland Defence Force; was a M.L.A. 1860-74: m. 1858, Sarah Jane, da. of Joshua Jeays, Esq., sometime Mayor of Brisbane; cr. K.B. 1881. Brisbane, Queensland; Union (Brisbane) and Queensland Clubs. LINDLEY, Right Hon. Sir Nathaniel, LL.D., el. son of the late Dr. John Lindley , F. R.S., Professor of Botany at Univ. Coll., London; b. 1828; ed. at Univ. Coll., London ; Bar. Middle Temple 1850, a Q.C. 1872, and Treasurer 1892; was ajus- ticeof Common Pleas 1875, anda Judge of High Court of Justice 1875-81, since when he has been a Lord Justice of Appeal: m. 1858, Sarah Katherine, da. of the late Ed- ward Teale, Esq., of Leeds ; cr. K.B. 187^, P.C. 1881. 19, Craven Hill Gardens, W. ; East Carletoti, near Norwich ; Athenceum Club. LINTON, Sir James Dromgole, son of the late James Linton, Esq. ; b. 1840 ; was Vice- Pres. of Roy. Instituteof Painters in Water Colours 1883-4, since when he has been Pres. thereof: m. 1867, Harriet Maria, da. of the late Henry Allen, Esq. ; cr. K. B. 1885. 5, Cromwell Place, S. W.; Arts Club. LISTER, Sir (Thomas) Villiers, K.C.M.G., son of the late Thomas H. Lister, Esq., of Armitage Park, Stafford- shire ; b. 1832 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Trin. Coll., Camb. ; entered Foreign Office as clerk 1853 ; was sec. to Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs (E. Clarendon) 1857-8, 1865-6, and 1868-70, and Precis Writer to Lord John Russell (afterwards E. Russell) 1859-65 ; was attached to Special Missions of Lord John Russell to Vienna 1855, of Earl Clarendon to Paris 1856, of Earl Granville to Russia 1856, and of Earl Clarendon to Berlin 1861, and has been Assist. Under Sec. of Foreign Affairs since 1873 ; is a D.L. for Radnor : m. ist, 1862, Fanny Harriet, da. of the late William Cory ton, Esq., of Pentillie, Cornwall ; 2nd, 1877, Florence Selina, da. of the late William John Hamilton, Esq. [see B. Belhaven and Stanton] ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1885. 64, Cadogan Square, S. W. ; Armitage Hill, Ascot; Brooks'* Club. LLOYD, Sir Horatio, son of the late Edward Watson Lloyd, Esq. , Prothono- tary, and Clerk of the Crown for cos. Chester and Flint ; b. 1829 ; eel. at Ros- sall ; Bar. Middle Temple 1852 ; went N. Wales and Chester Circuit, ' on which he- was Counsel to H.M.'s Mint and to the Post Office, and a Revis'ng Bar. ; is a T. P. for cos. Chester, Anglesey, Carnarvon, Denbigh, and Flint, and for City of Chester, and Chm. of Quarter Sessiors for Cheshire ; was a member of Roy. 43
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