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704 KNIGHTAGE. Brig, in India during Mutinies 1857-8 (medal with clasp, and V.C. for conspi- cuous bravery at Lucknow) : captured Walker, the American filibuster, on coast of Honduras 1860; was an A.D.C. to H.M. 1874-9, and Com.-in-Ch. of Cape of Good Hope and W. Coast of Africa Station 1882-5, and of China Station 1888- 90 : m. 1866, Emily Augusta, da. of F. Saunders, Esq., of Westbrook Upwey, Dorset; cr. C.B. 1876, K.C.B. 1887. United Service Club. SALOMONS, Sir Julian Emanuel, son of the late Emannel Salomons, Esq. , of Birmingham ; b. 18 ; Bar. Gray's Inn 1861, and a Q.C., N.S. Wales 18 ; is a M.L.C., and Vice-Pres. of Executive Council of N.S. Wales: m. , 1862, Louisa, da. of Maurice Salomons, Esq., of Edmonton, N. ; cr. K.B. 1891. Sydney, N.S. Wales. of the late Sampson Samuel, Esq., of Lon- don ; b. 1820 ; appointed a magistrate of territory of N.S. Wales 1846 ; elected a M.L.C. of N.S. Wales 1854; wasaM.L.A. 1857-72 ; in 1872 he was nominated M. L. C. in which chamber, as Vice-Pres. of Execu- tive Council, he represented the Govt. ; was Min. for Finance and Trade in 1859, 1865, 1866, 1868, 1869, and 1870, and Post- master Gen. 1872-5, 1877, and 1879-80, since when he has been Agent-Gen, for N.S. Wales in England ; represented at Mel- bourne in 1870, and at Sydney 1873, the Colony of N.S. Wales at Conferences of Delegates from all Australasian colonies to consider matters of common interest; while Postmaster-Gen, in 187335 Special Commr. visited New Zealand, England, and U.S.A. to arrange for establishing a mail service between the United Kingdom and the Aus- tralasian colonies by way of U.S.A., and in the same year made a postal convention with U.S. Govt. ; was a Roy. Commr. for Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886, and one of the Delegates representing N.S. Wales at the Colonial Conference 1887 : in. ist, 1857, Henrietta Matilda, da. of B. G. Levein, Esq., of Victoria ; 2nd, 1877, Sara Louise, da. of E. Isaacs, Esq., of Auckland, New Zealand; cr. C.M. 0.1874, K.C.M.G. 1882, C.B. 1886. 15, Courtfield Gardens, S. W.; 5, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, S. W. ; Whitehall Club. SANDERSON, Sir Thomas Henry, K.C.M.G., C.B., son of the late Richard Sanderson, Esq., M.P. for Colchester [see V. Canterbury] ; b. 1841 ; ed. at Eton ; appointed a Junior Clerk in Foreign Office 1859, and became Senior Clerk 1885 ; was attached to Lord Wodehouse's special mission to Denmark 1863-4 ; employed in connection with Conferences on the Danish Duchies and Black Sea questions 1864, 1871, and on arbitration on the Alabama claims at Geneva 1871-2 ; was Private Sec. to Sir H. Layard, Under-Sec, for Foreign Affairs 1866, and to Sees, of State for Foreign Affairs (E. Derby) 1866-8 and 1874-8 and (E. Granville) 1880-5 ' appointed Assist. -Under Sec. of State for Foreign Affairs 1889; cr. C.B. 1880, K.C.M.G. 1887. 65, W impale Street, W. ; St. James' s and Travellers' Clubs. SANDISON, Sir Alfred, son of the late Alfred Sandison, Esq. ; b. 18 ; was acting Vice-Consul at Adalia 1859-60,, Dragoman to Embassy at Constantinople 1860-7, and Acting Consul at Jeddah 1867, Trebizond 1868, and Brassa 1868-9 has- been since 1874 Oriental 2nd Sec. H.M.'s Embassy at Constantinople; cr. K.B. 1878. British Embassy, Constantinople. SANKEY, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Richard Hieram, K.C.B., son of the late Matthew Sankey, Esq., J.P., Bar., of Baunmore, co. Cork, and Modeshill, co. Tipperary ; b. 1829; ed. at Mil. Coll., Addiscombe ; entered Madras Engineers 1846, became Capt. and Major 1858, Lieut.-Col. 1869.. Col 1875. Maj.-Gen. 1883. and Lieut.- Gen. (retired) 1884 ; was Sup. of E. Coast Canal 1856-7, and Under-Sec, to Govt. of India, Public Works Depart. 1857 ; served in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp, and recom- mended for V.C. ), and as Commanding: Engineer with S. Afghan Field Force 1878-9 (medal and C B.) ; was Ch. Engi- neer, Mysore 1866-77. Acting Dep. Sec. at Simla to Govt. of India 1877, and Ch. Enginee', ist class, and Sec. to Public- Works Dept. of Govt. of Madras 1879-83, and a M.L.C. of Madras 1883; is a Fellow of Madras Univ. ; has been since Jan. 1884 Chin, of Board of Works, Ire- land : m. ist, 1858, Sophia Mary, who d. 1882, da. of William Henry Benson, Esq., formerly of B.S.C. ; *nd, 1890, Henrietta, da. of the late Pierce Creagh, Esq., of Mount Elva and O'Brien's Castle, co. Clare, and widow of Edward Browne, Esq., J.P. , of Cooloe, co. Galway ; cr. C.B. 1879, K.C.B. 1892. 68, Merrion Square, Dublin ; East India United Ser- vice and Ktldarc 'Street Clubs. SARGENT, Hon. Sir Charles, son of William Sargent, Esq., of Putney Heath, Surrey ; b. 1821 ; ed. atTrin. Coll., Camb. (B.A., 5th Wrangler 1843, M - A - 1846); Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1848 ; appointed a Member of Supreme Council of Justice, Ionian Islands, 1858, and Ch. Justice 1860, Judge of High Court, Bombay, 1866, and Ch. Justice thereof 1882 : in. 1854, Gerald- ine Harriet, da. of the late John Unwin, Esq., of the Treasury; cr. K.B. 1860. Bombay ; Athc.iHeiaii Club. SARGOOD, Sir Frederick Thomas, K.C.M.G., son of the late Frederick James Sargood, Esq., a London, Aus- tralian, and New Zealand merchant, of Broad Green Lodge, Croydon ; b. 1834 ; went to Melbourne 1849, and was engaged in commercial, manufacturing, and squat- ting pursuits ; joined the Vol. Force on its formation in 1859, (and is now Lieut.- Col. in Field Artillery unattached) ; has