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7i6 KNIGHTAGE. Dumfries ; cr. C.B. 1863, K.C.B. 1870 ; P.C. 1871, G.C.B. 1883. 90, Eaton Square, S. W. ; St. James's Club. THUILLIER, Gen. Sir Henry Edward Landor, C.S.I., F.R.S., son of the late John Thuillier, Esq. (Baron de Malapert), of Cadiz and Bath ; b. 1813 ; ed. at Addiscombe ; entered Bengal Ar- tillery 1832, became Capt. 1847, Lt.-Col. 1861, Col. 1865, Maj.-Gen. 1870, Lieut. - Gen. 1879, Hon. Gen. (retired) 1881, and Col.-Comdt. 1883; was Surveyor-Gen, of India, and Superin. of Topographical and Revenue Surveys of India 1847-78 ; is a Fellow of Roy. So. and of several other learned Sos. : m. ist, 1836, Susanne, who d. 1844, da. of the late Rev. J. Haydon Cardew, of Curry Malet, Somerset ; 2nd, 1847, Annie Charlotte, da. of George Gor- don Macpherson, Esq. , late Bengal Medical Ser. ; cr. C.S.I. 1872, K.B. 1879. Tudor House, Richmond, Surrey ; Oriental Club. THURSTON,6YrJohn Bates, K. C. M.G., FJ?. G.S.,F.L.S.,e.son of JohnThurston, Esq., of Bath, and Thornbury, Gloucester- shire ; b. 1836 ; entered British Consulate at Fiji and Tonga 1866 ; was Acting Con- sul 1867-9 I appointed Ch. Sec. and Min. for Foreign relations in Fiji 1872, and elected in March, 1874,10 be "chosen and special adviser" of the Native King and Chiefs to confer with H.M.'s Commrs. respecting the annexation of the islands to Great Britain ; upon the offer of cession became Ch. Sec. under ad interim Govt. ; in Sept., 1874, was again nominated Special Adviser and Commr. by the Native King and Chiefs to confer with Sir Her- cules Robinson as to the Act of Cession ; appointed Colonial Sec. and Auditor Gen. of Colony 1874, and in conjunction with his other appointments Sec. to H.M.'s High Commr. for W. Pacific 1879, an< i administered Govt. of Colony, Nov.-Dec., 1880; was Lieut.-Gov. of Fiji 1886-7, since when he has been Gov. and Com.-in-Ch. of Fiji and High Commr. and Consul-Gen. forW. Pacific: m. 1883, Amelia, da.of John Berry, Esq., of Albury, N.S. Wales ; cr. ' C.M.G. 1880, K.C.M.G. 1887. St. Hellers, Taviuni,Fiji; Thornbury, Viti Leva, Fiji. TILLEY, Sir John, K.C.B. , son of| the late John Tilley, Esq., merchant, of London ; b. 1813 ; entered Gen. Post Office 1829, and was Sec. thereof 1864-80 ; is a J. P. for Middlesex : m. ist, 1839, Cecilia Frances, who d. 1849, da. of the ; late Thomas Anthony Trollope, Esq. , of | Lincoln's Inn ; and, 1850, Mary Ann, ! who d. 1851, da. of Thomas Part'ington, Esq., of Offham House, Sussex; 3rd, | 1861, Susannah, who d. 1880, da. of the late William Eglinton Montgomerie, Esq. , of Annick Lodge, Ayrshire, N.B. ; cr. C.B. 1871, K.C.B. 1880. 73, St. Georges Square, S. W. ; Union Club. TILLEY, Hon. Sir Samuel Leonard, K.C.M.G., C.B., son of Thomas M. Tilley, Esq., of Queen's co., New Bruns- wick ; b. 1818 ; was in business as a drug- gist until 1854, a M.E.C. of New Bruns- wick, Provincial Sec. of that province 1854-6, 1857-65, and 1866-7, an d leader of Govt. 1861-5 ; has been a Delegate to England on several occasions to confer with Imperial Govt. on important public business ; sworn of P.C. of Canada, and appointed Minister of Customs for the Dominion 1867 ; was acting Minister of Public Works 1868-9, Lieut.-Gov. of New Brunswick 1873-8, and Finance Min. 1878- 85, since when he has again been Lieut.- Gov. of New Brunswick : m. ist, 1843, Julia Anna, who d. 1862, da. of James T. Hanford, Esq., of St. John, N.B. ; 2nd, 1867, Alice, el. da. of Zachariah Chipman, Esq., of St. Stephen, N.B.; cr. C.B. 1867, K.C.M.G. 1879. Fredericton, A'c'dj Bruns- wick. TOMES, Sir John, F.R.S., F.R.C.S., L.D.S. Eng., son of the late John Tomes, Esq., of Weston-on-Avon, Gloucester- shire, and representative of the Tomes family of Maston Sicca, co. Gloucester ; b. 1815 ; entered the Medical Classes at King's Coll., Lond., and also the Middle- sex Hospital, 1836, and commenced practice as dental surgeon 1840 ; took active part in successfully soliciting the Roy. Coll. of Surgeons, England, to estab- lish Examinations for Licentiateship in Dental Surgery, and was subsequently Examiner on the Dental Board of the Coll. ; was Pres. of Dental Reform Com- mittee organised to obtain an Act for regulating Dental Education and Registra- tion, and of the Representative Board of British Dental Asso., which succeeded to the Dental Reform Committee after the passing of the Dentists' Act ; was twice Pres. ofOdontological So., in establishing which he took active part ; author of numerous dental works and papers ; for- merly Dental Surg. and now Consulting Dental Surg. to Middlesex Hospital, and to Dental Hospital of London ; knighted in recognition Of eminent services ren- dered by him to the profession : m. 1844, Jane, da. of Robert Sibley, Esq., architect, London; cr. K.B. 1886. Ufwood Gorse, Caterham Valley, Surrey ; 37, Cavendish Square, W. TOPHAM, Sir William, K.C.H., son of the late Lupton Topham, Esq., of Mid- dleham ; b. 1810 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1836 ; was Lieut, of Hon. Corps of Gen- tlemen-at-Arms (with hon. rank of Lieut. - Col.) 1853-78 ; is a J.P. for Surrey, an Hon. Lieut. Naval Reserve, and a Knight of Legion of Honour : m. ist, 1854, Lady Mary Bentinck, who d. 1874, da. of 4th Duke of Portland ; 2nd, 1879, Anne, da. of the late Thomas Harrison, Esq., and grand-da, of the late Sir George Harrison, K.C.H.;t/-. K.B. 1858. Noirmont, Wey- bridge; Caldberg, Yorkshire; Junior Carl- ton and Royal Victoria Yacht Clubs. TRUSCOTT, Sir Francis Wyatt, son of the late Mr. James Truscott, of Essex