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694 KNIGHTAGE. 1892. British Legation, Washington, U.S.A.; Arthur sand Wellington Clubs. PAYN, Gen. Sir William, K.C.B.; b. 1823 ; entered Army 1842, became Capt. 1851, Major 1856, Lieut. -Col. 1858, Col. 1863, Maj.-Gen. 1868, Lieut.-Gen. 1882, and Gen. 1888 ; retired 1889 ; served with 53rd Regt. in Sutlej Campaign 1845-6 (medal with clasp), in Punjab Campaign 1849 (medal with clasp), in campaign | against Hill Tribes on Peshawur Frontier i 1851-2, in command of a Regt. of Turkish Contingent during Crimean War 1855-6 j (Turkish medal and 4th class Medjidie), i and in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 j (medal with clasp and five times mentioned i in despatches) ; commanded Mysore Div. j of Madras Army 1879-83 ; appointed Col. Bedfordshire Regt. 1892 : m. 18 ; cr. C.B. 1859, K.C.B. 1886. Lyinvood, AsA- tead, Epsom; United Service Club. PEARSON, Right Hon. Sir Charles John, P.C., M.P.i second son of the late Charles Pearson, Esq., of Edinburgh; b. 1843 ; ed. at Edinburgh Acad., at St. Andrew's Univ., and at Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford (B.A. ist class 1865, M.A. 1868) ; Bar Inner Temple and Advocate Scotch Bar 1870, and a Q.C. 1890; was Sheriff of Chancery (Scotland) 1885-8, of Renfrew and Bute 1888-9, and of Perth- shire 1889-90, Procurator for Church of Scotland 1886-90, Solicitor-Gen, for Scot- land 1890-91, and Lord Advocate of Scot- land 1891-2 ; isaD.L. for the Co. of City of Edinburgh ; has sat as M. P. for Edin- burgh and St. Andrews Univs. (C) since Nov., 1890: m. 1873, Elizabeth, el. da. of M.G. Hewat, Esq.; cr. K.B. 1887, P.C. 1891. 7, Drumsheugh Gardens, Edin- burgh; Carlton, Conservative (London), and Conservative (Edinburgh) Clubs. PEARSON, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Charles Knight, K.C.M.G., C.B., son of Com. Charles Pearson, R. N. , of Thorne Coffin ; b. 1834 ; entered Army 1852, became Lieut.-Col. 3rd Foot 1867 (h.p. 1878), Col. 1872, Maj.-Gen. 1883, and Lieut.-Gen. 1891 ; served in Crimean Campaign 1855, and in Zulu War 1879 ; was Gov. and Comdt. of Roy. Hospital, Netley 1880-5, and in command of troops in W. Indies 1885-90 : m. 1866, Marian Catherine, da. of Major Sir Robert Miller Mundy, K.C.M.G. ; cr. C.B. 1879, K.C.M.G. 1879. United Service Club. PEEL, Sir Charles Lennox, K.C.B. [see Peel, Bart., colls.]. PEEL, Right Hon. Sir Frederick, P.C. , K.C.M.G. [see Peel, Bart.]. PEILE, Sir James Braithwaite, i K.C.S.I., son of the late Rev. T. W. ' Peile, D.D., Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb. ; | b. 1833 ; ed. at Repton Sch., and at Oriel j Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1855, M.A. 1868) ; i successful in First Competition Examina- ; tion 1855 ; entered Bombay C. S. 1856 ; : was sometime Acting Ch. Sec. to Govt. ' of Bombay in Political, Judicial, and ! Educational Departments, Director of Public Instruction, Bombay 1869-72, a Member of Famine Commn. 1878-80 Vice-Chancellor of Bombay Univ. 1884-6, a Member of Council of Gov. of Bombay 1882-7, ar >d temporary Member of Council of Gov.-Gen. 1886-7, since when he has been a Member of Council of Sec. of State for India : m. 1859, Louisa Elizabeth Bruce, da. of Gen. Sackville Berkeley ; cr. C.S.I. 1879, K. C.S.I. 1888. 3, Upper Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, W. ; East India United Service and Athenceum Clubs. FENDER, Sir John, G.C.M.G., M.P., son of the late James Pender, Esq., of The Vale of Leven, Dumbartonshire; b. 1816 ; ed. at the High Sch., Glasgow;: formerly a merchant in Manchester and. Glasgow ; is a J.P. for Kent, Lancashire, Linlithgow, Middlesex, Argyll, and Den- bigh, a D.L. for Lancashire, Chm. of the Eastern, the Eastern Extension, Asso- ciated, and other Telegraph Cos., an- Officer of the Legion of Honour, and a Knight Com. of the Order of the Saviour of Greece, and of the Rose of Portugal ; has Grand Cordon of the Medjidieh, and Order of Imtiaz, and Grand Cross of the Order of Conception of Portugal ; sat as M.P. forTotnes (L) 1865-6, but was un- seated on petition, and for Wick Dist. 1872-85 ; unsuccessfully contested Lin- lithgowshire 1868, and Lanarkshire, Govan Div. (L U) 1889; has sat as M.P. for Wick Dist. (L U) since 1891 : m. ist, 1840, Marion, who d. 18 , da. of James Cairns, Esq. ; 2nd, 1851, Emma, who- d. 1890, da. of Henry Denison, Esq., of Daybrook, Notts; cr. K.C.M.G. 1888, G.C.M.G. 1892. Middleton Hall, Lin- lithgowshire ; Foot's Cray Place, Kent- 18, Arlington Street, S. W. ; Brooks' s, Reform, Garrick, and City Clubs. PENNELI, Sir Charles Henry, son, of the late William Pennell, Esq., H.M.'s Consul-Gen, for . the Brazils; b. 1805 r. entered Admiralty 1825 ; was head of Secret and Political Depart, there during Crimean War, and Ch. Clerk 1857-65 ;: initiated the continuous service system in the Navy : m. 1836, Harriet Emily, who> d. 1876, da. of Philip Francis, Esq. ; cr. K.B. 1867. Scarborough. PENROSE, 6YrGeorge Devonshire, son of William Penrose, Esq., merchant, of" Cork ; b. 1822 ; ed. at St. Stephen Street Seminary, Waterford ; commenced busi- ness as a merchant at Cork 1840 ; elected an Alderman of Cork 1853 ; was Mayor of Cork 1875-6 and High Sheriff of co. of city- of Cork 1884; is a J.P. for Cork city: m. ist, 1850, Mary, who d. 1884, el. da. ofi' KeiranMolloy.Esq., distiller, of Banagher; 2ndly, 1887, Mary Gertrude, da. of the late Jeremiah Dunne, Esq., J.P. , of 31,. Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin ; cr. K.B. 1876. Bachelor s Quay , Cork ; Banagher, King s. co. ; City Club (Cork). PENROSE, Gen. Sir Penrose Charles,,