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COMPANIONAGE. Major (retired) S. Middlesex Rifle Vol. : in. iS6j, Georgina Augusta, da. of (ieorge Chance, Esq. of H.M.'s Treasury; cr. C.B. 1880. i, Troitville Road, Claphatn Park, S. IV. K.NOX, Gen. Thomas Edmond, C.B. [see E. Ranfurly, colls.]. Kxox, Lieut.-Col. William George, C.B. [see E. Ranfurly, colls.]. KNYVETT, Carey John, C.B,, son of the late Carey Seymour Knyvett, Esq.; b. 1833; . is a Principal Clerk in the Home Office : in. 1863, Emily Frederica, da. of John Kellerman Wedderburn, Esq.; cr. C.B. 1887. 62, Eccle- ston Square, S. V. ', Union Club. KYNSEY, William Raymond, C.M.G., son of the late Thomas Brett Kynsey, Esq., M.D., J.P., of Athy, co. Kildare; b. 1840; F.K.Q.C.P. and L.R.C.S.I.; entered Army Med. Staff 1863, and subsequently served some years in R.A.; retired (h. p.) 1875; served in Ashantee War 1873-4, present at capture of Coomassie (medal with clasp); has been Prin- cipal Civil Med. Officer, and Inspector-Gen, of Hospitals. Ceylon, since 1875; is a J.P. and an Official Visitor of the Jails of the Colony : in. 1866, Isobel Keith, da. of the late Captain J. K. Folly (Indian Navy), of Farieland, Ceylon; cr. C.M.G. 1888. Colombo, Ceylon; Oriental Club. "LABALMONDIERE, Lieut. -Col. Douglas William Parish, C.B., son of the late Joseph Julian Labalmondiere, Esq.; />.i8i5; ed. at Eton, and at Sandhurst (passed put ist with honours in three exfra subjects); joined 83rd Regt. 1833, became Lieut. 1838, Capt. 1844, and M.ajor and Lieut.-Col. 1867; served under Lord Seaton in Canadian Rebellion 1837-8, and was three times selected to carry despatches; employed 1848-9 during the famine on special duty in Ireland under Poor Law Commrs.; was Inspecting Sup. ] of Metropolitan Police 1850-6, Assist. Commr. 1 of Metropolitan Police 1856-84, and Acting Ch. j Commr. in 1868; had charge of the Police at j the first camp at Chobham 1853 > attended H.M. | on her visit to Napoleon III. in Paris 1855, and j as Assist. Commr. was frequently employed on special and important duties : in. 1856, Margaret Doveton, da. of John Moore Paget, Esq., of j Cranmore Hall, Somerset; cr. C.B. 1884. 29, Eaton Place, S. W.; Army and Navy Club. LABORDE, Edward, C.M.G., son of the late William Laborde, Esq., sometime Pres. of St. Vincent; />. 1826; ed. in England; was ' Clerk in Treasury of St. Vincent 1850-2, Dep.- Treasurer 1852-6, Acting Colonial Sec. 1856-7, Police Magistrate 1857-8, Stipendiary Magis- trate and Coroner 1858-60, Provost Marshal 1860-61, and Colonial Sec. 1861-80; received in 1866 a dormant commn. as Administrator of St. Vincent; administered Govt. of Grenada in 1871 and 1874, the Govt. of St. Vincent in 1872-3, 1874-5, in 1877, 1878-9 and 1879-80, the Govt. of Tobago 1880-3, the Govt. of Grenada 1883-5, and the Govt. of St. Lucia 1885, and the Govt. of Windward Islands 1888-9 : "' I ^5> Lucy, el. da. of the late I"). Hoggins, Esq., M.D., of Edin- burgh; cr. C.M.G. 1883. Grassficld, Barbados. LAFONT, Rev. Eugene, C.I.E.; b. 1837; formerly R. of St. Xavier's Coll., Fellow of Calcutta Univ., Associate Member of Asiatic So. of Bengal, and Vice-Pres. of Indian Asso. lor Cultivation of Science; is in Holy Orders of Roman Catholic Church, and a Professed Father of the So. of Jesus; cr, C.I.E. 1880. 10, Park Street, Calcutta. LAMB, John Cameron, C.M.G., son of the late John Walker Lamb, Esq., of South Shields;"/'. 1845; entered Gen. Post Office, 1864, became Principal Clerk 1877, and Assist. - Sec. 1889; has represented Post Office in several negotiations with Telegraph Adminis- trations of Foreign States; was a British i ^le- gate to Protection of Submarine Cables (1886), and International Telegraph (1890) Conferences held in Paris, and a Member of Roy. Commn. on Electrical Communication with Lighthouses and Light Vessels 1892; in. 1871, Bella, da. of John Farquharson, Esq., of Banchory, Kin- cardineshire; cr. C.M.G. 1890. 4, Vanbrugh Hill, Black/teat h, S.. LAMBERT, Veterinary- Col. James Drum- mond, C.B., son of the late Septimus Lambert, Esq., of Stretford, Lancashire; b. 1835; entered Army Veterinary Depart. 1857, became In- specting Veterinary Surg. 1881, and Principal Veterinary Surg. (now Veterinary-Col.) 1890; served with i7th Lancers during Zulu War 1879, present at battle of Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp), and with Ex- pedition against Boers i83i, as Principal Veterinary Surg.; U Director-Gen, of Army Veterinary Depart., Pres. of Roy. Coll. of Veterinary Surgs., and Gov. of Roy. Veterinary Coll.; cr. C.B. 1891. Army and Navy and -~ava2 and Military Clubs. LAMBERT, John, C.f.E. : l>. 18; is Commr. of Police, Calcutta : in. 18; cr C.I.E. 1882. Calcutta. LAMBERT, Lieut.-Col. Walter Miller, D.S.O.; b. 18; ed. at Cheltenham Coll.; entered R.M. A. 1860, became Capt. 1875, Major 1885, and Lieut.-Col. (retired) 1886; served with Naval Brig, during Burmah Annexation War 1885-6 (mentioned in Naval and Military de- spatches): jn. 18; cr. D.S.O. 1887. LAMBERT, Maj.-Gen. William, C.B., son of the Rev. A. L. Lambert; b. 1836; entered Con- naught Rangers (88th) 1854 : became Capt. 1857, Major 1872, Lieut.-Col. 1875, Col. 1880, and Maj.-Gen. 1881; served in Crimean Campaign 1855 (severely wounded, medal with clasp and Turkish medal), in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp), in Kaffir War 1878-9, and in command of his Regt. in Zulu War 1879 (medal with clasp) : in. 1873, Margaret, da. of the Rev. H. R. L. Johnson; cr. C.B. 1878. LAMBTON, Maj.-Gen. Arthur, C.B., son of the late W. H. Lambton, Esq.; b. 1836; entered Coldstream Guards 1854, became Lieut, and Capt. 1856, Capt. and Lieut. -Col. 1867, Col. 1881, and Maj.-Gen. 1890; retired 1892; served in Crimean Campaign 1854-6 (medal with clasp, Turkish medal, and mentioned in despatches), and in Egyptian Expedition 1882 (medal with clasp, bronze star! and 4th class Osmanieh), and in Soudan Campaign 1885 (C.B.); cr. C.B. 1885. 35, St. James's Street, S.ll'.; Guards' Club. LANCE, Col. Frederick, C.B., son of the late Rev. J. E. Lance (Preb. of Wells), of Buckland St. Mary, Somerset; b. 1837; ed. at Winchester Coll., and at Addiscombe; entered Bengal Army 1856, became Capt. B.S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1868, Major 1876, Lieut.- Col. 1881, and Col. 1885; served during Indian Mutiny 1857-9 (wounded, mentioned in de- , 1878-80 (twice mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, Brevet Lt.-Col.), and with Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition 1881 (mentioned in de- spatches); was Col. on Staff in India 1888-92, since when he has commanded Presidency Dist., with r-nk of Brig. -Gen. : in. 1869, Eling Eliza, da. of F. H. Spragge, Esq., J.P., of Paignton, Devon; cr. C.B. 1889. Fort iriliiain, Calcutta; asf India United Service Club. LANE, Col. Cecil Newton, C.M.G., son of the late John Newton Lane, Esq., of King's Kromley Manor, Lichfield; b. 1833; entered i>t