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tation to, '82 : provision of special
trucks, '88 ; communication to, re-
specting free passes to attendants, '92 ;
deputation to, '93.

READ, CLARE SEWELL, Trustee, 1888 ;
V.P., '96.

RED-POLLED CATTLE (see also Norfolk
or Suffolk-polled), 1883; separate cup
for '92, '95 '96 ; value of breed cup
increased, '97 ; prizes increased, '98 ;
value of breed cup reduced, 1900.

REMOVAL OF ANIMALS after Show, 1887.

REPORT, ANNUAL, to be printed in prize
sheet, 1880.

REPORT OF SHOW, written by H. H.
Dixon, 1867, '68 : discontinued, '70.

RESERVE NUMBER, 1854.

RICHMOND, CHARLES, STH DUKE OF,
V.P., 1832; wins match, '34, '37;
elected Trustee, '44 ; President, 1845-
1860 ; profile on medals, '50 ; death,
'60.

RICHMOND, CHARLES HENRY, 6TH DUKE
OF, V.P., 1860; President, '66; and
again in '73.

ROMNEY MARSH SHEEP (see Kentish).

ROOM FOR HERDSMEN and shepherds,
1895.

ROSEBERY, EARL OF, V.P., 1894.

ROSETTES for prize winners, 1864.

ROTHSCHILD, BARON FERDINAND DE,
V.P., 1890 ; President elect and death,
1899.

ROTHSCHILD, LEOPOLD DE, V.P., 1888 ;
President, 1900.

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF
ENGLAND, Club concurs in recom-
mendations by, to Privy Council in
reference to cattle plague, 1865 ; grant
to, '72; invitation by, to join deputa-
tion, '82.

RUSSELL, LORD WILLIAM, chairman in
absence of Duke of Bedford, 1806.

RUTLAND, DUCHESS OF, member, 1823.

RYELAND SHEEP, 1874, '75, '81, '82, '83,
'87, '97-



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SADLER'S YARD, Goswell Street, Show
held at, 1806; proprietors' contribu-
tion, '08 ; to give more, '34 ; Show
held at for last time, '38.

SANDAY, W., Trustee, 1877; resigns, '87.

SCARBOROUGH, EARL OF, V.P., 1838.

SCOTCH CATTLE, 1839, '45, '52, '55, '56,
'70, '74, '75, '79, '82, '84, '87, '88, '89,
'90, '91, '92, '94, '97, '99, 1900.

SCOTCH SHEEP, 1893.

SCRUTINEERS, 1873.

SEBRIGHT, SIR JOHN, V.P., 1814; de-
clines Presidency, '21 ; offers gold
medal for Southdowns, '31 ; death, '45.

SECRETARY, 1798, i8oi,'o6, '07. '15, '26;
hon., '36; paid, '85.

SECRETARY, ASSISTANT, hon. sec. to
appoint, 1863 ; salary increased, '73,
'83 ; authorized to countersign
cheques, "83, '84.

SECRETARY OF STATE, acknowledges
vote of condolence to H.M. the Queen,
'96.

SERVANTS OF EXHIBITORS, gratuity to,
1799, 1800, '02, '03 ; names to be
stated, '47 ; service for, '63 ; diploma
and gratuity for, '64 : to lead out own
animals before judges, '71 : duties, 81 :
to surrender tickets on leaving, '82; to
be in attendance for weighing animals,
'89; room for, '95.

SHEEP, Gloucester, 1799 ; early maturity
of, 1800 ; to be unshorn, 1800 ; two
classes, long and short woolled, 1800 ;
new classes, '02 ; want of competition
in yearling sheep, '04 ; shorn, '19 ;
ear marking instituted, '26 ; gold
medals, '31 ; Southdowns, '34, '35 ;
gold medals confined to one-year old
classes, '41 ; to exhibitors instead of
breeders, '42 ; Cross-bred class, '42,
'47 ; feeding of, '48 ; new class, '48 ;
silver medals for extra stock, '55 ;
ages, '63 ; all judges to award cups,
"63 ; ear marking discontinued, '64 ;
Cross-bred long- wool, '68 ; Hampshire
and Oxford Down, '69 ; champion
plate for, '69 ; champion plate,
single sheep, discontinued, '70 ; new
classes for ewes, '70 ; cups for single
wethers. '70 ; Cross-bred class for
sheep with limited weight abolished,
'71 ; other classes abolished, '72 ;
Kentish, '73 ; Cross-bred, '73 ; class
for Ryeland, Cheviot, and Dorset
ewes, '74 ; wethers, '75 ; lamb classes,
established, '75 ; champion plate, '75 ;
classes for two-year olds abolished,
'76 ; lambs eligible for champion cup,
'79 i gold medal for breeder of champion
pen, '79 ; class for Suffolk wethers, 80 ;



three additional judges for, '80 ; Suf-
folk lambs, '81 ; alteration of classes,
'82 ; alteration of ages and prizes, 83 ;
Suffolk, words " black-faced " omitted,
'86; classes amalgamated and prizes
altered, '87 ; classes instituted for
Devons and Long-wools, '88 ; separate
classes for Cheviots abolished, '88 ;
nine judges to award champion plate,
'89 ; shorn, '90 ; champion prize
divided, 30 short-woolled and 20
long-woolled, '90 ; to be shorn year of
exhibition, '90 ; breed cups, Kentish,
Suffolk and Dorset, Cheviot and
Mountain, '92 ; divisions for judging
re-arranged, '92; Cheviot classes re-
established, '94 ; Border Leicesters,
'95 ; Cheviots, '96 ; champion plates
increased, short-wools to 50, long-
wools, 30, alterations in prize list,
'97> "98 ; champion long-woolled cup
increased to ^50, '98 ; ewe classes
abolished, '98 ; prizes in certain lamb
classes reduced, and new classes
instituted, '99 ; excessive colouring
deprecated, 1900 ; lamb and wether
prizes transposed in some breeds, 1900 ;
Border Leicester cup reduced, 1900 ;
National Sheep Breeders' Association
send resolution on colouring, 1900.

SHORTHORN CATTLE, 1806, '07, '08, '09,
'10, '25, '52, '69, '74, '75, '78, '82, '87,
'88, '92, '95, '96, '98, '99.

SHORT-WOOLLED SHEEP, 1831, '41, '48,
'69, "71 ; see also Sheep.

SHOW, duration of, reduced to 2 days,
1813 ; altered to 4 days, '40 ; date and
duration altered owing to cattle
plague, 1865.

SHROPSHIRE SHEEP, 1870, '74, '75, '83,
"87, '90, '92, '96, '97, '99, 1900.

SIMONDS, PROFESSOR, resigns office of
veterinary inspector, 1872 ; vote of
thanks to, and elected honorary
veterinary inspector, '72 ; paper on
dentition of pig to be reprinted, '80.

SINCLAIR, SIR JOHN, opposes proposed
dissolution of club, 1817.

SINGLE PIGS, new classes for, 1883.

SLAUGHTERING CATTLE, instrument for,
1870, '72, '73 ; see Pithing.

SMALL CATTLE, class instituted for, 1891,
'92 ; classes rearranged, '96, '98.

SMALL WHITE PIGS, 1883, '84.

SMITHFIELD CATTLE AND SHEEP SOCIETY,
founded 1798 ; first show and dinner,
"99 ; reconstituted, 1800 ; assumed
name Smithfield Club, '02 ; proposed
dissolution, '16; again urged by Duke
of Bedford, '21 ; without President,
'21 ; Council of, '62, '63, '65, '71, '72,



107



'8i ; hours of closing Show, '85 ;
centenary, '98 ; incorporation recom-
mended by select committee, '99 ;
incorporated, 1900.

SMITHFIELD CLUB not responsible for
non-delivery of stock, 1864.

SOMERVILLE, LORD, on Committee, 1798 ;
appointed to attend weighing of prize
animals, '06; Show, '08; V.P., '14;
died, 1819.

SOUTHDOWN SHEEP, 1831, '34, '35, '48,
'70, '74. '75. '83, '87- '90, '92, '96, '97-

SPENCER, JOHN CHARLES, 3RD EARL,
President, 1825-1845 ; wins sweep-
stakes, '29; testimonial to, '30, '31,
35 ; profile on medal, '40, '42 ;
elected Trustee, '44 ; death, '45.

SPENCER, FREDERICK, 4TH EARL, V.P.,
1845 ; death, '57.

SPENCER, JOHN POYNTZ, 5TH EARL,
V.P., 1860; President, '65.

STEERS AND OXEN, distinction, 1841 ;
ages rearranged, 64 ; ages altered,
'78 ; class for old steers abolished,
'95. '96.

STEWARDS, 1801 ; to examine certificates,
'09 ; one to retire each year, '18 ; 3 in
number, '27; to audit accounts, '31 ;
three additional, '39 ; expenses allowed,
'40; fees discontinued, '42, '51; must
have been members three years, '54 ; to
nominate their successors, to Secretary,
'55 ; election of, '62 ; two for implements
appointed, '63 ; ex-officio members of
Council andfee, '65 ; power to disqualify
pigs, '74 ; to remove animals, '75 ;
election of, '79 ; duties of, '83 ; control
of stands, '88 ; instructions to stewards,
'93 ; authorised to appoint two assistants
judging day, '99.

STOCK to be conveyed in horse boxes,
rescinded, 1873.

STONE, altered to 14 Ibs., 1834.

STRATHAVEN, LORD, V.P., 1819; death,
'21.

STRATHMORE AND KINGHORNE, EARL OF,
wins challenge cup, 1900.

SUFFOLK SHEEP, 1880, '81, '82, '83, '86,
'87, '90, '92, '96, '97.

SUSSEX CATTLE, i8oo, '06, '07, '09, '10,
'12, '56, '69, '72, '74, '75, '78, '82, '87,
'88, '92, '94, '95, '96, '98, '99.

SUTHERLAND, DUKE OF, V.P., 1871.

SWAN YARD, Show held at, 1804.

SWEEPSTAKES, won by Duke of Bedford,
1825 ; proposed by President, '28 ; by
Lord Spencer, '29.



SWINBURNE, SIR JOHN, BART., V.P.,
1884 ; President, '92.

SWINE FEVER, resolution and deputation
to Privy Council, 1887; resolution
concerning, '92 ; exhibition of pigs
not held owing to, '94 ; pigs not allowed
from infected areas, '95 ; resolution to
Board of Agriculture, 1900.

TABLE POULTRY EXHIBITION, com-
mittee's report on question of Club
undertaking, 1900 (see also Poultry).

TAMWORTH PIGS, classes for, 1888 ;
prizes increased and breed c'ip, "92 ;
single pig class, '97.

TAVISTOCK, MARQUIS OF, declines pre-
sidency, 1813; V.P., '19.

TINDALL, C. W., moves for special com-
mittee to enquire into the Club's con-
stitution, 1899 ; and resolution of
Incorporation, '99.

TORR, W., Trustee, 1867.

TOWER, C. T., V.P., 1859; death, '67.

TREASURER, 1798, 1806.

TREDEGAR, CHARLES, IST LORD, V.P.,
1861 ; President, '64 and '72.

TREDEGAR, GODFREY, 2ND LORD, V.P.,
1875 ; President, '80.

TRUSTEES, 1844 ; to sell out Consols, '76 ;
to sign cheques, '84 ; authority to sell
Consols, '98 ; to approve design for
centenary iredal, '98.

TUBERCULOSIS, resolution asking Go-
vernment to give compensation for
carcases condemned, as affected with,
'99 ; resolution to appoint committee,
1900.

VANS, inspector to superintend cleansing
of, 1881.

VENTILATION of hall, 1874 ; piggery,
'82.

VETERINARY INSPECTOR, fee increased,
1864 ; attendance night and day, '65 ;
examination, '72 : Professor Simonds
resigns, and Professor Brown ap-.
pointed, '72 ; to inspect herds of pigs,
'82 : to examine dentition of cattle
and sheep exhibited, '84 and '85,
continued, '86.

VOTING PAPER, dates of election as
members to be given on, 1873.

VOTING by proxy, suggested and decided
against, 1899 ; amended rule relating
to voting, '99.



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WALES, H.R.H. PRINCE OF, visits Show,
1854 and '62; member, '62 ; exhibitor,
'67 ; President, '75 ; second time Pre-
sident, '83 ; resolution to, '92 ; third
time President, '98 ; portrait on special
centenary medal, '98 ; challenge cup
for sheep offered by, '98 ; resolution to,
'98 : vote of thanks to, at centenary
meeting, and reply of, '98.

WALSINGHAM, LORD, V.P., 1859; Presi-
dent, '63.

WALSINGHAM, LORD, V.P., 1874; Presi-
dent, '77.

WALTER, A. F., V.P., 1896.

WALTER, JOHN, V.P., 1879; president,
'82 ; death, '93.

WANTAGE, LORD, V.P., 1871 ; President,

'74-

WEBB, JONAS, Chairman of Agricultural
Hall Co., 1860.

WEBB, JONAS, Trustee, 1895 ; V.P., '99.

WEIGHING, INSPECTION OF, 1804, '06, '37.

WEIGHTS, stone altered to 14 Ibs., 1834,
'45, '68 ; list of to be divided into
classes, '89 ; see also ' Dead Weights "
and "Live Weights."

WELSH CATTLE, 1839, '45, '52, '53, '55,
'75, '79, '82, '84, '88, '89, '90 ; separate
cup for, '92, '95, '96 ; value of breed
cup increased, '97 ; ages of steer
classes altered, '97 ; prizes increased,



WEST HIGHLAND CATTLE (see Highland

Cattle)

WESTCARR, JOHN, en Committee, 1798.
WESTERN C. COLLIS, M.P., afterwards

Lord Western, V.P., 1814; death, '44.
WHITE PIGS, 1868, '74, '85, '92.
WILKES, JOSEPH, of Measham, original

proposer of Smithfield Club, 1798.
WILSON, SIR JACOB, V.P., 1896.
WINCHILSEA EARL OF, on Committee,

1798.

WINTERTON, EARL, V.P., 1886; Presi-
dent, '99.
WOOTTON'S LIVERY STABLES, first Show

held at, 1799 ; last Show, 1804.
WORTLEY, ROBERT, member of Council :

death, 1899.
WYON, WILLIAM, R.A., to engrave die

for medal, 1840, '50.

YARBOROUGH, EARL OF, V.P., 1847 ;

death, '60.
YORK, H.R.H. THE DUKE OF, prize

winner, 1806.
YORK, H.R.H. THE DUKE OF, K.G.,

member and Vice-President of Club,

1893 ; challenge cup for pigs offered

by, '98.
YOUNG, ARTHUR, Secretary, 1798, 1801 ;

resigns secretaryship, '06; resigns

membership, '16.



109
OFFICERS FROM 1798 TO 1900.



Presidents.



From To

FRANCIS DUKE OF BEDFOED 1798 1802

JOHN DUKE OF BEDFORD 1802 1813

Ditto Ditto Ditto 1815 1821

Without President. The duties of President were chiefly -i

performed by Sir John Saunders Sebright, Bart., i 1821 - - 1825

Vice-President )

VISCOUNT ALTHORP (afterwards EARL SPENCER). . 1825 1845

THE DUKE OF RICHMOND, KG 1845 1860

LORD BERNERS for the year 1861

LORD FEVERSHAM 1862

LORD WALSINGHAM 1863

LORD TREDEGAR 1864

THE EARL SPENCER, K.G 1865

THE DUKE OF RICHMOND, K.G 1866

MAJ.-GEN. THE HON. A. N. HOOD (now VISCOUNT BRIDPORT) 1867

THE EARL OF HARDWICKE, K.G 1868

THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, K.G 1869

THE EARL OF POWIS 1870

THE MARQUIS OF EXETER 1871

LORD TREDEGAR 1872

THE DUKE OF RICHMOND, K.G 1873

COLONEL LOYD LINDSAY, V.C., M.P. (now LORD WANTAGE) 1874

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., K.T. 1875

LORD CHESHAM 1876

LORD WALSINGHAM 1877

THE DUKE OF BEDFORD 1878

COLONEL KINGSCOTE, C.B., M.P. (now COLONEL SIR NIGEL

KINGSCOTE, K.C.B.) 1879

LORD TREDEGAR 1880

F. J. SAVILE FOLJAMBE, M.P. (now the RIGHT HON. F. J.

SAVILE FOLJAMBE) 1881

JOHN WALTER, Esq., M.P 1882

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., K.T. , 1883

THE EARL OF JERSEY 1884

SIR W. G. GORDON-GUMMING, BART 1885

J. J. COLMAN, Esq., M.P 1886

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, K.G. 1887

THE EARL OF FEVERSHAM 1888

THE EARL OF COVENTRY 1889

LORD MORETON 1890

THE DUKE OF PORTLAND 1891

SIR JOHN SWINBURNE, BART., M.P 1892

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE CHRISTIAN OF SCHLESWIG-

HOLSTEIN, K.G 1893

THE EARL OF ELLESMERE 1894

LORD HASTINGS . . 1895

SLB WALTER GILBEY, BART 1896

THE MARQUIS OF HUNTLY 1897

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G., K.T. 1898

EARLWINTERTON 1899

LEOPOLD DE ROTHSCHILD, Esq ,, 1900



ViceHPresidetits.



LORD SOMERVILLE 1814 1819

SIR JOHN S. SEBRIGHT, Bart., M.P 1814 1845

C. C. WESTERN, Esq., M.P. (afterwards LORD I 1R1i , ,,,
WESTERN) .. f

THOMAS MELLISH, Esq . . . . 1814 1832

MARQUIS OF TAVISTOCK . . 1819 - 1821

LORD STRATHAVEN 1819 - - 1839

J. M. CRIPPS, Esq 1825 1846

DUKE OF RICHMOND, K.G 1832 1860

EARL OF SCARBOROUGH 1838 1844



110

From To

EARL OP ABOYNE (afterwards MAEQUIS OP HUNTLY) 1839 1864

P. PUSEY, Esq., M.P 1843 1855

EARL OP HABDWICKE 1844 1873

EARL SPENCER, K.G 1845 1857

EARL OP YARBOROUGH 1847 1860

LORDBERNERS 1853 1871

LORD PEVERSHAM 1858 1867

LORD WALSINGHAM 1859 1870

C. T. TOWER. Esq 1859 1867

EARL SPENCER, K.G I860 still a V.P.

LORD BERWICK I860 1861

THE HON. GEN. HOOD (now LORD BRIDPORT) . . 1860 still a V.P.

EARL OP LEICESTER I860

THE DUKE OF RICHMOND and GORDON, K.G. . . 1860 ,,

LORDTREDEGAR 1861 1874

HUMPHREY BRANDRETH, Esq 1863 1864

THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, K.G 1867 1883

EARL OP POWIS 1867 1891

THE MARQUIS OF EXETER 1868 1895

LORDPENRHYN 1868 1886

THE EARL OF AYLESFORD 1868 1870

THE DUKE OP SUTHERLAND, K.G 1871 1892

LORD CHESHAM 1871 1882

EARL COWPER, K.G 1871 still a V.P.

LORD KESTE VEN, P.C 1871 1874

COL. KINGSCOTE, C.B. (now COL. SIR NIGEL | 1H71 . nl . v p

KINGSCOTE, K.C.B.) i b71 ' still a V.I.

COL. LOYD LINDSAY, V.C., M.P. (now LORD j 1R71

WANTAGE) J '

THE EARL OF FEVERSHAM 1872

P. J. S. POLJAMBE, Esq., M.P. (now the RIGHT HON. I 1R7 o

P. J. SAVILE FOLJAMBE) j ....

THE DUKE OP BEDFORD 1873 1891

LORD WALSINGHAM 1874 still a V.P,

LORD TREDEGAR 1875

THE DUKE OF MANCHESTER 1878 1892

THE EARL OF ELLESMERE 1878 still a V.P.

SIR B. T. BRANDRETH GIBBS 1878 1885

JOHN WALTER, Esq., M.P 1879 1894

THE EARL OP JERSEY 1879 still a V.P.

J. J. COLMAN, Esq., M.P 1881 1898

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF ) 1WW lqnn

EDINBURGH, K.G f

SIR W. G. GORDON-GUMMING, Bart 1882 1893

LORD MORETON 1883 still a V.P.

LORD HASTINGS 1884

SIR JOHN SWINBURNE, Bart 1884

LORD CHESHAM 1884 1893

LORD ALINGTON 1884 still a V.P.

THE EARL OF COVENTRY 1884

THP DUKE OF PORTLAND .. 1884 ,,

EARL WINTERTON 1886

ROBERT LEEDS, Esq . . . . 1887 1890

LEOPOLD DE ROTHSCHILD, Esq 1888 still a V.P.

THE EARL OF DARNLEY 1889 1896

WALTER GILBEY, Esq. (now SIR WALTER } ianQ O fiii v T>

GILBEY, Bart.) " still a V.I.

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE CHRISTIAN OF ) , 8Qft

SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN, K.G. .

LORD HOTHPIELD 1890

BARON F. J. DE ROTHSCHILD, M.P 1890



THE MARQUIS OP HUNTLY

THE EARL OF CAWDOR

HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF YORK, K.G

THE EARL OP ROSEBERY, K.G.

CLARE SEWELL READ, Esq. . .

SIR H. P. DE TRAFPORD, Bart.

SIR JACOB WILSON

A. F. WALTER, Esq



J. BOWEN-JONES, Esq. ..
JONAS WEBB, Esq.
ALFRED CROSSKILL, Esq.



1891 still a V.P.

1891 1898

1893 still a V.P.

1894

1896

1896

1896

IttOA . .

J-OifU ))



1899
1900






Ill



trustees.



EARL SPENCER
DUKE OP RICHMOND . .
B. T. BRANDRETH GIBBS
LORD PORTMAN ..
CHARLES BARNETT, Esq.
THOMAS GREETHAM, Esq.
SAMUEL DRUCE, Esq. . .
WILLIAM TORR, Esq. ..
JOSEPH DRUCE, Esq. . .
CHARLES HOWARD, Esq.
WILLIAM SANDAY, Esq.
CLARE SEWELL READ, Esq.
THOMAS DUCKHAM, Esq.
J. BOWEN-JONES, Esq. . .
JONAS WEBB, Esq.




To
1845
1860
1860

1860
1876

1860 1866

1860 1874

1866 1874

1875 1890

1875 1895

1877 1887

1887 1899

1890 1894

1894 1899

1895 1899



treasurers.



ARTHUR YOUNG, Hon. Secretary 1798 1806

PAUL GIBLETT 1806 1815

JOHN FAREY, Secretary 1815 1826

W. J. RUPFEY 1826 1834

WILLIAM FAREY, Secretary 1834 1836

HUMPHREY GIBBS, Hon. Secretary 1836 1843

B. T. BRANDRETH GIBBS (afterwards SIR B. T. ) ,. 100=
BRANDRETH GIBBS), Hon. Secretary .. f

HENUY J. HINE, Secretary 1885 1888

EDWIN J. POWELL 1888 still Treasurer.

Secretaries.

ARTHUR YOUNG, Honorary 1798 1806

JOHN FAREY isoe 1826

WILLIAM FAREY 1826 1836

HUMPHREY GIBBS (afterwards H. Brandreth),Honorary 1836 1843

B. T. BRANDRETH GIBBS (afterwards SIR B. T. I 1fuq _ 1R o,r
BRANDRETH GIBBS), Honorary . . . . J

DAVID PULLEN (Assistant) 1863 1880

HENRY J. HINE 1880 1885

HENRY J. HINE 18-15 1888

EDWIN J. POWELL 1888 still Secretary.



112



LIST OF STEWARDS,

From 1799 to 1900 inclusive, with dates of Office.



ALLEN J. D., 18951897.

ALLEN J. W., 1813, 1814.

ANSTEY SAMUEL, 1861 1863.

ARKELL WILLIAM, 1845 1847.

ABNOLD JOHN, 18261828.

AYLMEB HUGH, 18741876.

BAILEY W. J., 18241826.

BEASLEY JOHN, 18281830.

BEASLEY JOSEPH NOBLE, 1869 1871.

BEASLEY T. C., 18341836.

BECK E. W., 18891891.

BENNETT JOHN, 1799 1802.

BENNETT SAMUEL, 1829 1831.

BISSHOPP J., 18401842.

BOOTH T. C., 18741876.

BOWEN-JONES J., 18901892.

BBOWN F. P., 18891891.

BROWN THOS., 18791881.

BUCKLEY JOHN, SEN., 1827, 1828.

BUCKLEY JOHN, 18501852.

BURGESS JAMES, 1850 1852.

BYNG EGBERT, 1807, 1808.
CANNING W. B., 18691871.

CASE J. P., 18921894.
CHAMBERLAIN HENRY, 1847 1849.
CHAMPION CHARLES, 1823.
CHAPMAN THOMAS, 18331835, 1842

1844.

CLAYDEN JOHN, 1852 1854.
CRIPPS J. M., 1815, 1816.
CROSSKILL ALFRED, 1890 still a

Steward.

DAVY J. TANNER, 18521854.
DENMAN ARNOLD, 1844 1846.
DODD GEORGE, 18171819.
DRUGS A. F. MILTON, 18801882,

18871899.
DRUCE JOSEPH, 18631866, 1868

1886.
DRUCE SAMUEL, 18351837, 1844

1846.
DUCKHAM THOS., 18671869, 1888

1890.

ELLIS J. B., 18871889.
ELLMAN JOHN, SEN., 1801, 1802,

1815, 1816.
ELLMAN JOHN, 1847 1849.



ELLMAN E. H., 18641866.

FARTHING WALTER, 18751877, 1884.

FOOKES HENRY, 18551858, 1874
1877.

FOOKES WILLIAM, 18621864, 1872
1874.

FORD JOHN, JUN., 18591861.

FRANKLIN E. L., 18381840.

FBANKLIN JOSEPH, 18841886.

FROST EDWABD, 18551857.

FULCHER THOMAS, 18831885.

GARNE EGBERT, 18771879.

GIBLETT PAUL, 1805, 1806.

GORRINGE HUGH, 18761878.

GRAHAM WILLIAM, 18971899.

GRANTHAM STEPHEN, 18221824,
18481850.

GREETHAM JOHN, 18731875.

GREETHAM THOS., 18541856.

GRIFFIN EICHARD, 18321834.

HAYTER EDNEY, 18961898.

HEMPSON J. A., 18901892.

HEMSLEY JOHN, 18781880.

HESSELTINE WILLIAM, 1885 1887.

HOARE H. H., 1803, 1804.

HOBBS J. T., 18981900.

HOBBS WILLIAM FISHER, 18461848.
HOLE JAMES, 1855 1857.
HORLEY THOMAS, JUN., 18731875.
HOWARD CHARLES, 18661868.
HOWARD JAMES HAROLD, 1900.
HUDSON EICHARD, JUN., 1819, 1820.
INSKIP G., JUN., 1824, 1825.
JONAS F. M., 18761878, 18861888.
JONAS GEORGE, 18821884.
KEARY H. W., 18631865.
KIDNER SAMUEL, 18951897.
KING HENRY, JUN., 1807, 1808.
KING JAMES, 1811, 1812.
KITELEE JOHN, 18301832.
LADDS WILLIAM, 18401842.
LAMBERT HENRY, 18931895.
LATHAM THOMAS, 18921894, 1895

still a Steward.
LEEDS EGBERT, 18681890.
LITTLE W. D., 18931895.
LOFT WILLIAM, 18511853.



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MELLISH THOMAS, 1813, 1814.
MILWARD RICHARD, 1844, 1845,

18621864.

MOORE E. W M 18711873.
NAPPER GEORGE, 1885, 1886.
NEWTON R. J., 18701872.
NEWTON WILLIAM, 18861888, 1900

still a Steward.
NICKOLLS JOHN, 1821, 1822.
NORTHEAST T. B., 18601862.
OVERMAN HENRY, 18681870, 1881

1883.

OVERMAN HENRY, JUN., 18941896.
OVERMAN ROBERT, 18651867.
PADDISON EDWARD, 18771879.
PAINTER JOHN, 18671869.
PARKINSON R., JUN., 1843.
POPE EDWARD, 18531855, 1865

1867.

POPE THOS., 18781880.
PRAED JAMES MACKWELL, 1805, 1806.

PUTLAND J., 1840.

QUARTLY JAMES, 18581860.
RIGDEN WILLIAM, 18631865.
ROWLAND W. R., 18911893.
RYLAND P. HOWARD, 18911893.
SANDAY WILLIAM, 18561858, 1865

1867, 18701872.
SAVIDGE MATTHEW, 18851887.
SAXBY JOHN, 1840, 1841, 18511853.
SAXBY W., 18421844.
SEBRIGHT SIR JOHN S., BART., 1809,

1810.

SHARPLEY HENRY, 18881890.
SMITH HENRY, 18591861, 1883

1885.

SMITH ROBERT, 18451847.
STAGE WILLIAM, 18411843.



STOKES CHARLES, 18311833, 1860

1862.

TANNER WILLIAM, 18461848.
TERRY J. P., 18871889, 18981900.
THURNALL H., 18621864.
TINDALL C. W., 18811883.
TORR WILLIAM, 18481850, 1857

1859, 1863, 1864.
TREADWELL JOHN, 18821884.
TRINDER WILLIAM, 18411843.
TURNER A. P., 18941896, 1900

still a Steward.

TURNER GEORGE, 18491851.
TURNER JAMES S., 18431845, 1854

1856, 18681870.
TWITCHELL THOMAS, 18661868.
UMBERS THOMAS, 18361838.
WALLIS OWEN, 18641867.
WARMINGTON JOHN, 1809, 1810,

1817, 1818.

WATERS E. T., 1811, 1812.
WATERS HENRY, 18581860.
WATTS V. B., 18791881.
WEBB HENRY, 18721874.
WEBB HERBERT M., 1899 still a

Steward.

WEBB JONAS, 18491851, 18571859.
WEBB JONAS, 18801882.
WEBSTER DANIEL, 1820, 1821.
WESTCAR JOHN, 1803, 1804.
WILLIAMS CHRISTOPHER, 1899 still

a Steward.

WILLIS J. DEANE, 18961898.
WILLMORE LAWRENCE, 1853 1855.
WILMOT E. W., 18371839.
WILSON JACOB, 18711873.
WORTHINGTON R., 18391841.
YEOMANS J. H., 18971899.



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MEMBERS OF COUNCIL.



ADAMS GEORGE, from 1895 to 1898.
AGATE ALFRED, from 1894 to 189G.
ALLEN J. D., from 1869 to 1872.

AYLMER HUGH, from 1868 to 1871 ; 1872 to 1875 ; 1876 to 1879; 1880 to 1883;
1884 to 1887 ; 1888 to 1891.

BALDWIN JOHN, from 1866 to 1869.

BARFORD WILLIAM, from 1884 to 1887 ; 1889 to 1892 ; 1893 to 1896 ; 1898.

BARTON JOHN, from 1886 to 1889 ; 1892 to 1895.

BEASLEY JOHN, from 1862 to 1863 ; 1864 to 1867 ; 1868 to 1871 ; 1872 to 1874.

BEASLEY J. N., from 1873 to 1876.

BECK EDMUND, from 1876 to 1879 ; 1880 to 1883 ; 1884 to 1887 ; 1888 to 1891.

BECK E. W., from 1883 to 1886 ; 1887 to 1890.

BECK FRANK R., from 1891 to 1894; 1898, still a Member of Council.

BENNETT B. E., from 1862 to 1863 ; 1864 to 1867.

BENNETT THOMAS, from 1862 to 1863.

BIGGAR JAMES, from 1897 to 1900.

B1GGE G. S., from 1868 to 1871 ; 1872 to 1875.

BOOTH J. B., from 1882 to 1885.

BOOTH T. C., from 1870 to 1873 ; 1874 to 1877.

BOOTH W. C., from 1890 to 1893.

BO WEN-JONES J., from 1893 to 1894 (elected a Trustee 1894, and Vice-President

1899.)

BOWLY EDWARD, from 1873 to 1876 ; 1877 to 1-880.
BROWN THOMAS, from 1874 to 1877 ; 1878 to 1881 ; 1882 to 1885 ; 1886 to 1889 ;

1890 to 1893 ; 1894 to 1897.
BUCKLEY JOHN, from 1863 to 1866.

CHANDOS-POLE-GELL H., from 1885 to 18S8 ; 1889 to 1892 ; 1894 to 1897.

CLAYDEN JOHN, from 1862 to 1863 ; 1864 to 1867 ; 1868 to 1871.

COGGAN WILLIAM, from 1898 ; still a Member of Council.

COLEMAN JOHN, from 1884 to 1887.

COOPER WILLIAM, from 1897 to 1900.

CRIDLAN J. J., from 1897 to 1900.

CROSSKILL ALFRED, from 1874 to 1877 ; 1878 to 1881 ; 1882 to 1885 ; 1886 to

1889 ; 1890 to 1891 (elected a Steward of Implements, and still a Steward) ;

elected a Vice-President 1900.

DE TRAFFORD SIB H. F., Bart., from 1893 to 1896 (elected a Vice-President).

DOWNING J. B., from 1867 to 1870.

DRUCE A. F. MILTON, from 1875 to 1878 ; 1879 to 1882 ; 1883 to 1886 (elected a

Steward of Implements).

DRUCE JOSEPH, from 1862 to 1864 ; 1865 to 1868 ; 1869 to 1872.
DUCKHAM THOMAS, from 1865 to 1868; 1859 to 1872; 1873 to 1876; 1879 to

1882 ; 1884 to 1887 (elected a Trustee).
DUDDING HENRY, from 1891 to 1894 ; 1895 to 1898 ; 1899, still a Member of

Council.

EDGINGTON B., from 1862 to 1864.

ELLIS J. B., from 1892 to 1895 ; 1896 to 1899.



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FARTHING WALTER, from 1864 to 18G7 ; 18G9 to 1872; 1873 to 1870; 1877 tc

1880 ; 1881 to 1884.

FERGUSON W. S., from 1897 to 1900.

FLETCHER J. DOUGLAS, from 1898 ; still a Member of Council.
FOOKES HENRY, from 1874 to 1877 ; 1878 to 1881 ; 1882 to 1885.


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