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of the proprietors of the Monte Carlo gambling-hell. His wife died in 1882, leaving him a daughter, who is married to Prince George of Greece, He has one sister, Jeanne, born 1861, and married to the Marquis de Villeneuve, who died in 1910.

Ex-Empress Eugénie, widow of Emperor Napoleon III, was a daughter of Count Cyprien de Montijo, a Spanish grandee, and was born May 5, 1826. She married 1853. Became a widow, 1873. Her only son, Prince Louis Napoleon, was killed in Zululand in 1879.

BOURBON-ORLEANIST.

Philippe, Duke of Orleans, born 1869, succeeded his father, the late Count of Paris, in 1894, as the head of the royal family of France. He married, in 1896, the Archduchess Marie-Dorothea, daughter of the Archduke Joseph, cousin of the Emperor of Austria. His mother (still living) was the Spanish Infanta Louise of Montpensier, and he has one brother, the Duke of Montpensier, and four sistersPrincess Amelie, married the late King Charles of Portugal; Helena, married to the Duke of Aosta, nephew of the late King Humbert of Italy; Isabel, married to the Duke of Guise, son of the Duke of Chartres, and Louise, married to Prince Charles of Bourbon, grandson of King Ferdinand II., of Naples.

The only uncle of the Duke of Orleans, who died 1910, was the Duke of Chartres, born 1840, and married to a daughter of the Prince of foinviile. The issue are two daughters and two sons, the eldest son being Prince Henry, born 1867 (died at Saigon, Cochin-China, in 1901); the second, the Duke of Guise, who had issue three daughters and one son; the eldest daughter, Princess Marie, being married to Prince Waldemar of Denmark, and the second daughter, Princess Marguerite, being married (in 1896) to Patrice MacMahon, Duke of Magenta.

The granduncles of the Duke of Orleans (who were the sons of King Louis Philippe) are all dead. They were the Prince of Joinville, born 1818, died 1900, married to a daughter of Pedro I. of Brazil, and had one daughter who married the Duke of Chartres, and had one son, the Duke of Penthièvre, born 1845; Henry, Duke of Aumale, born 1822, died (childless) 1897; Anthony, Duke of Montpensier, born 1824, died 1890 (married, 1846, a sister of Queen Isabel of Spain, and had a daughter, the wife of the Count of Paris, and a son, Prince Anthony, born 1866, who married, 1888, his cousin, the Infanta Eulalie of Spain), and Louis, Duke of Nemours, born 1814, died 1896. He was the father of two daughters, the Princess Crartoryska, deceased, and Princess Blanche of Orleans, and two sons, the eldest being the Count of Eu, born 1842, married to a daughter of Pedro II. of Brazil, and having three children, and the second the Duke of Alençon, born 1844, and married to a Bavarian princess (who was burned in the Paris bazaar fire in 1897), and having two children.

By the death of the Count of Chambord, in 1883, the elder line of the Bourbons of France became extinct, and the right of succession merged in the Count of Paris, grandson of King Louis Philippe, representative of the younger, or Orleans, line.

Concerning the British Empire.

THE FRENCH PRETENDERS-Continued.

THE CHINA SOCIETY OF AMERICA.

The object of this society is to promote, foster and perpetuate the friendly relations between the United States and China and to disseminate among the American and Chinese people, each to the other, a correct knowledge of the ideals, culture and progress of the two nations.

The officers are: Honorary President-Andrew D. White. President-Louis L. Seaman, 247 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Vice-President-Henry Clews. Secretary-Hua-Chuen Mel, 457 West 123d Street, New York City. Treasurer-Walter B. Tufts, 94 John Street, New York City. Chairman-Andrew B. Humphrey, 31 Nassau Street, New York City. The Board of Directors are: Andrew B. Humphrey, Hua-Chuen Mei, Walter B. Tufts, William C. Demorest, Robert C. Morris, Louis L. Seaman, John A. Stewart, Guy Van Amringe and William H. Washington.

THE ALLIANCE FRANCAISE.

The Federation of French Alliances in the United States and Canada number 150 groups. The officers of the Federation are: Honorary President-J. J. Jusserand, French Ambassador. President — J. Le Roy White, Baltimore. Vice-Presidents-M. Alexander, T. Mason, New York; Z. P. Brosseau, Chicago, Ill.; G. Desaulniers, Montreal; A. Legallet, San Francisco, Cal.; B. E. Young, Nashville, Tenn. Secretary-M. Louis Delamarre, Treasurer-M. T. Tileston Wells. Board of Directors-L Baldwin, Jonathan Godfrey, R. L. Sanderson. Charles L. Palms, William H. Perkins, Hugh A Smith, Camille Thurwanger, Fabre-Surveyer, Chas. Downer, and Samuel Boyle. Office, 147 Fourth Avenue, New York City.

NATIONAL CERMAN AMERICAN ALLIANCE.

Founded June 19, 1900. Incorporated by act of Congress, February 25, 1907.

President-Dr. C. J. Hexamer, Philadelphia, Pa. Vice-Presidents-Joseph Keller, Indianapolis, Ind.; John Tjarks, Baltimore, Md.; Jullus Moersch, St. Paul, Minn.; John Hermann, San Francisco, Cal.; John Schwaab, Cincinnati, Ohio; A. P. Scheurman, Kansas City, Mo.; Dr. Leo Stern, Milwaukee, Wis.; Dr. F. H. Dammasch, Portland, Ore. Treasurer-Gottlob Hammer, Philadelphia, Pa. Secretary Adolph Timm, Philadelphia, Pa. Financial Secretary-Hermann Weder, Philadelphia, Pa. Headquarters, 419 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. A. Godsho, Manager.

1841.

England.. 15,002,443

Wales..

Scotland...
Ireland

Total

CONCERNING THE BRITISH EMPIRE ON OPPOSITE PACE.

Estimates of area and present population are by Whitaker. The entire population of the empire, according to the estimates of Whitaker, is 434,286,650, and the total area 13,153,712 square miles, of which 121,512 are in Europe. 2,187,550 in Asia, 3,618,245 in Africa, 3, 893,020 in North America, 8,600 in Central America, 12,300 in the West Indies, 97,800 in South America, and 3,214,685 in Australasia.

POPULATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM BY SUCCESSIVE CENSUSES.

1861.

1871.

1881.

1851. 16,921,888 1,005,721

18,954,444

21,495,131
1,111,780 1,217,135

24,613,926
1.360,513

2,888,742 3.062.294 3,360,018 8,735,573

6,574,278 5,798,967 5,412,377

27,390,629

5,174,836 28,927,485 31,484,661 34,884,848

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8,196,597

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1891.

1901.

1911.

27.499.984
1,501,034

34,050,221 32,527,843 2,030,271 4,033,103 4,472.103 1,760,904 4,706,448 4,458,775 4.390,219 37,888,439 41,458,721 45,231,615

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1803

1845

Population.

34,488,233

2,051,403 4,738,300 4,384,710

45,662,646

1874

1884 1893-1906

20,000 211,000

4,100,000 275,000 160,000

700,000

1,000,000

800,000

440,000

204,000

650,000

30,000

2,565,000 1,200,000

1,686,000

529,000

3,500 150 1,100,000 1,400,000 370,000

17,000,000 1,750,000 4,000,000

350,000

126,000 146,000

300,000 2,500,000 200, 000

1,000,000 12,000,000 2,000,000

23.000

2,523,500 2,003,000

352,000

492,500 455,000

400,000

8,500

17.200

375,000

492,500

94,000

243,000 310,000

40,500

850,000

330,000

196,000

26,220

New Zealand

Fiji...

105,000
7,500
90,540
12,500

Papua

Treaty cession.......

Pacific Islands....
*Subject to changes arising from losses or conquests incidental to the war. Uninhabited.

56,000

19,000

140,000 200,000 3,240

+

1,650,000 1,320,000 409,000 606, 000 282,000

191,000 1,050,000 130,000 360,000 200,000

The British Royal Family.

THE BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY.

JANUARY 1, 1915.

GEORGE V., "by the grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominious Beyond the Seas, King, Defender of the Faith, Emperor of India," was born June 3, 1365, and succeeded his father, Edward VII., May 6, 1910. He was married to the Princess Victoria Mary of Teck (born May 26, 1867), July 6, 1893. In the first table following are the names of their children:

Married.

Date.

504

NAME.

EDWARD Albert. PRINCE OF WALES.
ALBERT Frederick

Victoria Alexandra MARY.

HENRY William......

GEORGE Edward..
JOHN Charles....

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1894

1895

1897

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1905)

SAXE-COBURG

GOTHA, DUKE OF EDINBURGH.. Alfred Alexander.

Marie Alexandra Victoria, (Issue, 3 sons, 3 daughters)..

Victoria Melita, (Issue, 2 daughters) Alexandra Louise. (Issue, 1 son, 3 daughters)

4. ALFRED, DUKE OF

Sophia Dorothea. (Issue 3 sons,3 dau.) 1870 Margarete. (Issue, 6 sons). 2. KING EDWARD VII. (See above).

3. ALICE MAUD MARY, GRAND DUCHESS OF HESSE..

Beatrice. (Issue, 3 sons).

5. HELENA, PRINCESS CHRISTIAN,

1893

1868

Christian Victor....

Albert John

Victoria Louise..

Louise Augusta..
Harold..

1869

1903
1871 1871

1843 1878
Victoria Alberta. (Issue 2 sons,2 dau.) 1863-
Elizabeth.
Irene Marie.
Ernest Louis, Grand Duke of Hesse.

1864

(Issue, 2 sons)

1866

6. LOUISE, DUCHESS OF ARGYLL

7. ARTHUR, DUKE OF CONNAUGHT.

1859
1860

1862
1864 1866
1566

1868 1879

1810 1901 Frederic, German Emperor (died 1888). 1858

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1872
1874 1878

1844 1900
1874 1899

1875

1876

1878

1884

1846

1867 1900

1869

1870

1872

1876 1876

1848

1850

Margaret. (Issue, 3 sons, 1 daughter) 1882
Arthur Patrick. (Issue, 1 son)...
Victoria Patricia..

Princess Victoria Mary of Teck.
Duke of Fife (born 1849; died 1912).
Prince Arthur of Connaught (born 1883) 1913

1893
1889

1883
1886
1853 1884
1883

King Haakon VII, of Norway.....

8. LEOPOLD, DUKE OF ALBANY

Alice Mary, (Issue,1 son 1 daughter).
Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Co-
burg-Gotha. (Issue, 2 sons, 2 dau.).
9. BEATRICE MARY VICTORIA FEODORE.
Alexander Albert.
Victoria Ena. (Issue, 4 sons, 2 dau.). 1887
Leopold Arthur Louis..
1889
1891 1914

1884
1857
1886

Maurice Victor Donald...

Princess Augusta of Schleswig-Holstein.. 1881
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Princess Irene of Hesse.........

1878
1888

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First cousins of the late Queen Victoria in the paternal line were the Duke of Cambridge, born 1819, died 1904: Augusta, Duchess of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, born 1822, and Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck, born 1822, died 1897. Whitaker's Peerage has a list of over 320 living blood relatives of the late Queen. * Children in SMALL CAPS. Their children follow. + Marriage dissolved, 1901. She married second Grand Duke Cvr 1of Russia, and has by him two daughters, Grand Duke Ernest married, second, Princess Elenore of Solms- Hohensolms and has by her two sons. + Marriage dissolved in 1900.

NOTICE-Exact information concerning the European Governments was not obtainable (because of the war) at time ALMANAC went to press. The data herein printed is believed, however, to be approximately correct. THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT. THE MINISTRY.

(Last General Election, December, 1910.)
Prime Minister,

First Lord of the Treasury.
Lord Privy Seal.
Foreign Secretary.
Lord High Chancellor.
Lord President of the Council,
Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Home Secretary.
Colonial Secretary.
Secretary for War.
Secretary for India.
Secretary for Scotland.
First Lord of the Admiralty.
President Board of Trade.
Pres. Local Government Board.
President Board of Education.
Chancellor Duchy Lancaster.

Postmaster-General.
Chief Secretary for Ireland,
Lord Chancellor for Ireland,
President Board of Agriculture,
First Commissioner of Works.
Attorney-General.

THE PRESENT LIBERAL MINISTRY.

Herbert Henry Asquith, K. C.{

Marquis of Crewe.....

Sir Edward Grey, K. G., Bart.....
Viscount Haldane
Earl Beauchamp, K.G..
David Lloyd-George ............
Reginald McKenna.

Lewis Vernon Harcourt..
Earl Kitchener of Khartoum..
Marquess of Crewe, K. G.
Thos. McK. Wood..
Winston Spencer Churchill.
Walter Runciman.....................
Herbert Samuel..
Joseph Albert Pease.....................
C. F. G. Masterman..
C. E. H. Hobhouse.....
Augustine Birrell..
(Not in the Cabinet).
Lord Lucas.....
Lord Emmott...........
Sir J. A. Simon.....
John W. Gulland
W. Wedgwood Benn...
W. Jones..

Geoffry Howard.......
H. Webb..

Hon. E. S. Montagu,
W. H. Illingworth
Lord Strachie...

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Lords Commissioners of the
Treasury.

Joint Secs. Treasury.

Paymaster-General.

Political Secretary Home Office.
Political Secretary Foreign Office.
Political Secretary Colonial Office.
Political Secretary India Office.
Political Secretary War Office.
Attorney-General
Solicitor-General,

HOUSEHOLD OFFICIALS.
Lord Steward
Lord Chamberlain,
Master of the Horse.

THE LATE UNIONIST MINISTRY.
Arthur J. Balfour.
Marquis of Salisbury,
Marquis of Lansdowne,
Earl of Halsbury.
Marquis of Londonderry.
Austen Chamberlain.
Aretas Akers Douglas.
Hon. Alfred Lyttelton.
Hugh O. Arnold Forster.
Hon. St. John Brodrick.
Marquis of Linlithgow.
Earl Cawdor.

Marquis of Salisbury.
Gerald William Balfour.
Marquis of Londonderry.
Sir W. H. Walrond.
Lord Stanley.
Walter Hume Long.
Lord Ashbourne.
Hon. Ailwyn Fellowes.
(Not in the Cabinet,)
(Not in the Cabinet.)

(Hon. Edmund Talbot.
H. W. Forster,
(Lord Balcarres.

hert J. Hope, Henry J. Hood, E. W. Dmanson. Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant.

(Sir A. Acland Hood.
Victor Cavendish.
Sir Savile Crossley, Bart.
Hon, Thomas Cochrane.
Earl Percy.
Duke of Marlborough.
Marquis of Bath.
Earl of Donoughmore.
Sir Robert B. Finlay, K. C.
Sir Edward Carson, K. C.

[Earl of Pembroke.
Earl of Clarendon.
Duke of Portland.

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COURTS OF LAW.

HOUSE OF LORDS-Lord High Chancellor, Viscount Haldane, and such peers of Parliament as are holding or have held high judicial office. LORDS OF APPEAL IN ORDINARY-Lords Atkinson, Shaw, Moulton, Parker, Dunedin, Sumner and Parmoor. COURT OF APPEAL-Ex-Oficio Judges, The Lord High Chancellor, the Lord Chief Justice of England, the Master of the Rolls, and the President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division. Master of the Rolls, Lord Cozens-Hardy. Lords Justices, Sir H. Burton Buckley, Sir Wm. Raun Kennedy, Sir C. Swinfen Eady, Sir Walter Philimore, Bart., Sir William Pickford.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION-President, The Lord High Chancellor. Justices, Sir Matthew Ingle Joyce, Sir T. Rolls Warrington, Sir Ralph Neville, Sir Harry Trelawny Eve, Sir C. H. Sargant, Sir J. M. Astbury.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, KING'S BENCH DIVISION-Lord Chief Justice of England, Lord Reading. Justices, Sir Edward Ridley, Sir Charles John Darling, Sir Reginald More Bray, Sir Alfred T. Lawrence, Lord Coleridge, Sir Thomas E. Scrutton, Sir John Eldon Bankes, Sir Horace Avory, Sir Thomas G. Horridge, Sir Charles Montagu Lush, Sir Sidney A. T. Rowlatt, Sir C. M. Bailhache, Sir J. R. Atkin, Sir Montagu Sharman, Sir John Sankey.

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, PROBATE, DIVORCE, AND ADMIRALTY DIVISION-President, Sir Samuel
Thomas Evans. Justice, Sir Henry Bargrave Deane.

COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEAL-All the Judges of King's Bench Division.
COURT OF ARCHES-Judge, Sir Lewis Tonna Dibdin.
BANKRUPTCY COURT-Judge,---

Registrars, John E. Linklater, Her

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The British Government.

THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT-Continued.

LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF THE ADMIRALTY.-First Lord, Rt. Hon. Winston Spencer Churchill, M. P.; Senior Naval Lord, Admiral Lord Fisher. Second Naval Lord, Vice-Admiral Sir Frederick Tower Hamilton, K.C.B. Third Naval Lord, Rear-Admiral F. C. T. Tudor, C. B.; Junior Naval Lord, Capt. Cecil F. Lambert; Civil Lords, Rt. Hon. George Lambert, Rt. Hon. Sir F. J. S. Hopwood, G. C. M. G.

NAVY.

ADMIRALS OF THE FLEET.-Sir G. H. U. Noel, G. C. B., Sir A. D. Fanshawe, G. C. B., Sir W. H. May, G. C. B. Honorary Admiral of the Fleet-H. I. M. Nicholas II., Emperor of Russia.

ADMIRALS.-Hon. Sir H. Meux, Sir R. Poore, Sir Archibald B. Milne, Bt., Lord Fisher, Sir G. Le C. Egerton, Sir F. W. Fisher, Sir G. A. Callaghan, Sir F. S. Inglefield, Sir R. S. Lowry, K. C. B., Sir H. B. Jackson, K. C. B. Honorary Admirals-H. M. King of Norway, H. M. King of Sweden. VICE-ADMIRALS, -Hon. Sir S. C. J. Colville, A. M. Farquhar, E. A. Simons, Sir John R. Jellicoe, P. W. Bush, Sir C. J. Briggs, Sir F. T. Hamilton, Sir C. Burney, F. S. Pelham, Hon. Sir A. E. Bethell, F. E. E. Brock, H. P. Williams, Sir C. H. Coke, T. H. M. Jerram, Sir G. J. S. Warrender, Bart., Sir D. A. Gamble, Sir F. C. D), Sturdee, R. N. Ommanney, E. E. Bradford, Sir E. J. W.Slade, 8. H. Carden, R. B. Farquhar, Sir L. Bayly.

ARMY.
COUNCIL.

Secretary of State for War.....

Chief of the Imperial General Staff-Gen. Sir C. W.
H. Douglas, G. C B.

Adjut' t-General-Lieut.-Gen. Sir H. C. Sclater,
K. C. B.

Quartermaster-General-Maj.-Gen, Sir J. S. Cow-
ans, K. C. B.

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Earl Kitchener of Khartoum, K. P., G. C. B.
Master-General of the Ordnance-Maj. -Gen. Sir S.
B. von Donoр, K. C. R.
Civil Member-H. J. Tennant,
Finance Member-H T. Baker.
Secretary-Sir Reginald Brade, K, C. B.

Sir W. T. Adair, K. C. B.
H. C. Eagles.

App.
1903. Canterbury, Randall T. Davidson, b. 1848.

Earl Kitchener of Khartoum, K. P.

Lord Methuen, G. C. B., Col. Scots Guards.
Lord Nicholson, G. C. B.

Sir J. D. P. French, G. C. B., Col. 19th Hussars

THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
ENGLISH ARCHBISHOPS.
Apv.

1866.

1889. Chester, Francis John Jayne, b. 1845.
1907. Chichester, C. J. Ridgeway, b. 1842.
1905. Ely, Frederick Henry Chase, b. 1853.
1903. Ereter, Archibald Robertson, b. 1853.
1905. Gloucester, E. C. Sumner Gibson, d. 1848.
1895. Hereford, John Percival, b. 1834.
1913. Lichtteld, John A. Kempthorne, b. 1864.
1910, Lincoln, Edward Lee Hicks, b. 1843.
1900. Liverpool, Francis James Chavasse, b. 1846.
1905. Llanda, J P. Hughes, b. 1847.

ENGLISH BISHOPS.
App.

Commonwealth of Australia. -Sir R. Munro

Ferguson.

New South Wales.-Sir Gerald Strickland.
Victoria. Hon. Lyulph Stanley.
South Australia.-Sir H. L. Galway.
Queensland. Sir W, MacGregor.

West Australia.-Maj.-Gen. Sir Harry Barron,
Tasmania.-Sir W. E. Ellison Macartney.
New Zealand. - Earl of Liverpool.

South Africa.--Viscount Buxton, High Com'r,
Malta.

Canada.-H. R. H. Duke of Connaught, K. G.
Newfoundland.-Sir W. E. Davidson.
Jamaica.-Sir W. H. Manning.
Barbados. -Sir Leslie Probyn.
Bahamas, G. B. Haddon Smith.
Bermuda.-Lieut.-Gen. Sir G. M. Bullock,

Sir H. L. Smith-Dorrien, G.C.B
Sir H. F. Grant, G. C. V. O.
Sir A. H. Paget, G. C. B.
Sir B. M. Hamilton, K. C. B.
Sir W. H. Mackinnon, K.C. B.
Sir F. R. Wingate, G. C. V. O.

App.

1903. Manchester, Edmund A. Knox, b. 1847.
1907. Newcastle, Norman D. J. Straton, b. 1840.
1910. Norwich, Bertram Pollock, b. 1863.
1911. Oxford, Charles Gore, b. 1853.

1901. London, Arthur Foley W. Ingram, b. 1858.
1901. Durham, Handley Carr Glyn Moule, b. 1841.
1911. Winchester, Edward Stuart Talbot, b. 1844.
1899. Bangor, W. H. Williams, b. 1845.
1894. Bath and Wells, G. W. Kennion, b. 1845.
1911. Birmingham, H. Russell Wakefield, 6. 1854.
1897. Bristol, George Nickson, b. 1864,
1904. Carlisle, J. W. Diggle, b. 1847.

1897. Peterborough, Hon. Edw, Carr Glyn,b,1843,
| 1911. Ripon, Thos. Wortley Drury, b. 1848.
1905. Rochester, John R. Harmer, b. 1857.
1903. St. Albans, Edgar Jacob, b. 1844.

1914. Chelmsford,John Edwin Watts- Ditchfield, b. 1889. St. Asaph, Alfred George Edwards,

b. 1848.

1897. St. David's, John Owen, b. 1854.
1914. St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich, Henry Ber-
nard Hodgson, b. 1854.

1908. York, Cosmo Gordon Laug, b. 1864.

GOVERNORS OF BRITISH DOMINIONS.

1911. Salisbury, F. E. Ridgeway, b. 1848.
1914. Sheffield, Leonard Hedley Burrows, b. 1857.
1911. Sodor and Man, J. D. Thompson, b.1856.
1911. Southicark, Hubert M. Burge, b. 1862,
1904. Southwell, Edwyn Hoskyns, b. 1856.
1912. Truro, W. O. Burrows, b. 1858.
1897. Wakefield, George Rodney-Eden, b. 1853.
1904. Worcester, H. W. Yeatman-Biggs, b. 1845.

Trinidad. Sir G. Ruthven Le Hunte.
Windward Islands. -

Leeward Islands.-Sir H. Bell.
British Guiana.-Sir W. Egerton.
Hongkong. -Sir F. H. May.
Ceylon. Sir R. Chalmers.
Fifi.-Sir G. B. Sweet-Escott.

Sierra Leone.-Sir E. M. Merewether.
Straits Settlements. -Sir A. H. Young.
Falkland Islands. -William L. Allardyce.
Mauritius.-Maj. Sir J. R. Chancellor.
Gold Coast Colony.-Sir H. C. Clifford.
British Honduras.-W. Collet.
Nigeria.-Col. Sir F. J. D. Lugard.
Gambia (West Africa).-E. J. Cameron.
British East Africa. -Sir H. C. Belfield.
Uganda. -Sir F. J. Jackson.

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