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Wright, of Dagenham, Essex . . 1660

Cranham Hall, ditto. 1661

Wroth, of Blenden Hall, Kent. . 1660
Wyche, of Chewton, Somerset.. . 1729

Wynne, of Leeswood Flint 1731

Wytham, of Goldsbcrough, York 1683

Yate, of Buckland, Berks 1622

Yeamans, of Bristol 1665

Redland, Gloucest. . 1666

Yelverton, of Rougham , Norfolk 1620
Easton Mauduit,

Northampton 1641

E. E. Sussex.

Yonge, of Culleton, Devon 1661

Young, of Westminster ....... 1628

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1784
1649

1670
1732

1703

1703
1719
16<)3
1719

1743

1719

1658

1794

168»

1771

172.3

182«

1825
lo^Xi
1809

1681
1738
1722
1756

1609

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1687
1649

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462



THE EXISTING BARONETAGE OF



THE

EXISTING BARONETAGE

OF

SCOTLAND AND NOVA SCOTIA.



PEERAGES IN WHICH THE DIGNITY HAS MERGED.



Duke of Roxburgh.
Marquess of Bute.

— Ailsa.

Queensberry.

Breadalbane.

Earl of Kellie.

Ti"aquair.

Dundonald.

Stair.

Castlestewart.

Minto.

Caithness.

Lauderdale.

■ Carnwath.

Aberdeen.

Roseberry.

Rosslyn.

Verulam.

■ Wemyss.



Earl of Seafield.
Lucan.

Gosford.

Cowper.

Viscount Kenmure.
Baron Forbes.

Sinclair.

• Reay.

Scarsdale.

Nairn.

Saltoun.

Elphinstone.^

Elibank.

Macdonald.

Abernethie.

Napier.

Banff.

Kilmaine.



1637 Abercrombie, of Berkenbog, Banff.
1629 Agnew, of Lochnaw, Wigtoun.
1694 Anstruther, of Anstruther, Fife.
1694 Anstruther, of Balcaskie, Fife.
1629 Amot, of Amot, Perth.

1680 Baird, of Saughton, Edinburgh.

1633 Balfloui, of Denmiln, Fife.

1682 Bannerman, of Elsick, Aberdeen.

1668 Barclay, of Pierston, Ayrshire.
1686 Broun, of Colstoun, Haddington.

1629 Bruce, of Stenhouse, Sterling.

1626 Burnet, of Lees, Aberdeen.
1686 Calder, of Muirtoune, Elgin.

1628 Campbell, of Auchinbreck, Argyle.
1628 Campbell, of Aberuchill, Perth.
1628 Campbell, of Ardnamurchan, Argyle.
1665 Campbell, of Purves, Berwick.
1628 Carmichael, of Skirling, Peebles.
1663 Carnegie, of Southesk, Forfar.
1703 Cathcart, of Carlton, Ayrshire.
1676 Clerk, of Pennicuick, Edinburgh.

1627 Cockburne, of Langton, Berwick.

1671 Cockburn, of Cockburn, Berwick.
1625 Colquhoun, of Luss, Dumbarton.

1638 Cooper, of Gogar, Sutlblk,

163() Crosbie, of Maryborough, Queen'sco.
1707 Craigie, of Gairsay, Orkney.
1638 Crawfurd, of Jordanhill, Renfrew.
16.95 Gumming, of Coutter, Dumfries.

1630 Cunningham, of Robcrtland, Ayrshire.

1669 Cunningham, of ('aprington, Ayrshire.
1673 Cunningham, of Auchinbervic, Ayrsh.

1672 Cunninghame, of Corsehill, Ayrshire.
1700 Cunninghame, of Milncraig, Ayrshire.
1697 Dalrymple, of Cranstoun, Edinburgh.
1700 Dalrymple, of North Berwick, Had-



dington.

1685 Dalzell, of Binns, Linlithgow.

1693 Denham, of Coltness, Haddington.
1688 Dick, of Fountain Hall, Haddington.
1637 Dick, of Braid, Edinburgh.

1707 Dick, of Prestonfield, Edinburgh.
1669 Don, of Newton, Berwick.

1625 Douglas, of Glenbervie, Kincardine.
1678 Douglas, of Castle Douglas, Kirkcud-
bright.

1697 Dunbar, of Durn, Banff.

1700 Dunbar, of Northfield, Wigtoun.

17O6 Dunbar, of Hempriggs, Caithness.

1694 Dunbar, of Mochrum, Wigtoun.
1669 Dunlop, of Craigie, Ayrshire.
1666 Elliot, of Stobbs, Roxburgh.

1703 Fergusson, of Kilkerran, Ayrshire.

1626 Forbes, of Pitsligo, Aberdeen.

1630 Forbes, of Craigivar, Aberdeen.

1634 Foulis, of Cohnton, Edinburgh.
Gibson, of Clifton,

1625 Gordon, of Letterfourie, Aberdeen.
1625 Gordon, of Lesmore, Aberdeen.

1631 Gordon, of Embo, Sutherland.

1686 Gordon, of Park, Kirkcudbright.
17O6 Gordon, of p]arlston, Berwick.
1()88 Grant, of Dalvey, Aberdeen.

1704 Grant, of Monymusk, Aberdeen.
1685 Greirson, of Lagg, Dumfries.
1671 Halket, of Pitferrane, Fife.

1687 Hall, of Dunglass, Haddington.
1663 Hamilton, of Silverton Hill, Lanark.
1675 Hamilton, of Preston, Haddington.
1630 Hannay, of Mochrum, Wigtoun.

1635 Hay, o'f Smithfield, Peebles.
1661 Hay, of Park, Wigtoun.



SCOTLAND AND NOVA SCOTIA.



463



1705 Holburne, of Menstrie, Fife.
1697 Home, of Wedderburn, Berwick.

1671 Home, of Blackadder, Berwick.
1628 Hope, of Craig Hall, Fife.
1634 Innes, of Orton, Banff.

1628 Imies, of Balveny, Banff.

1672 Jardine, of Applegirth, Dumfries.

1626 Johnston, of Hilton, Berks.

1700 Johnstone, of Westerhall, Dumfries.

1685 Kirkpatrick, of Closeburn, Dumfries.

1686 Kinloch, of Gilmerton, Edinburgh.

1685 Laurie, of Maxwetton, Dumfries.

1625 Leslie, of Wardes, Moray.

1699 Livingstone, of Westquarter, Stirling.

1638 Longueville, of Prostatin, Flint.
1703 M'Kenzie, of Scatwell, Ross.

1700 Mackenzie, of Gairloch, Ross.

1673 Mackenzie, of Cool, Ross.
1631 M'Lean, of Morvaren, Ross.
1665 Malcolm, of Balbeadie, Fife.

1681 Maxwell, of Monreith, Wigtoun.

1682 Maxwell, of Pollock, Renfrew.

1627 Maxwell, of Calderwood, Lanark.

1683 Maxwell, of Springkell, Dumfries.
1665 Menzies, of Menzies, Perth.

1686 Milne, of Barntoun, Dumfries.

1626 Moncrieff, of Tullibole, Kinross.
1685 Moncrieff, of Moncrieffe, Perth.
1634 Munro, of Foulis, Ross.

1626 Murray, of Clemnont, Fife.

1628 Murray, of Blackbarony, Peebles.
1664 Murray, of Stanhope, Peebles.
1673 Murray, of Ochtertyre, Perth.

1639 Musgrave, of Hayton, Gloucester.
17(16 Naysmith, of Posso, Haddington.

1629 Nicholson, of Lasswade, Edinburgh.



1686 Nicholson, of Tillicoultry, Clackman-

nan.
1669 Nisbit, of Dean, Edinburgh.
1661 Ogilvie, of Barras, Kincardine.
1626 Ogilvy, of Carnousie, Banff.

1629 Ogilvy, of Inverquhaiity, Forfar.
1635 Pilkington, of Chevet, York.
1637 Preston, of Valleyfield, Perth.
1683 Pringle, of Stichel, Roxburgh.
1625 Ramsay, of Balmain, Kincardine.

1666 Ramsay, of Banff, Banff.

1703 Reid, of Barra, Aberdeen.

1630 Richardson, of Pencaitland, Hadding-

ton.
1628 Riddell, of Riddell, Roxburgh.
1672 Ross, of Balnagowan, Ross.
I671 Scott, of Ancrum, Roxburgh.
1683 Seaton, of Pitmedden, Aberdeen.
1648 Seton, of Abercorn, Linlithgow.
163<j Sinclair, of Stevenston, Haddington.
1664 Sinclair, of Longforraacus, Berwick.

1631 Sinclair, of Dunbeath, Caithness.

1667 Stewart, of Blackball, Renfrew.
1683 Stewart, of Grandtully, Perth.

1687 Stewart, of Allanbank, Berwick.
1707 Stewart, of Tillicoultry, Kincardine.
1666 Stirling, of Glorat, Stirling.

1705 Stuart, of Fettercairn, Kincardine.
1702 Suttie, of Balgonie, Haddington.
1687 Threipland, of Fingask, Perth.
1641 Tomline, of Loddington, Leicester.
1639 Turing, of Foveran, Aberdeen.
1631 Wardlaw, of Pitreavie, Fife.

1704 Wedderburn, of Blackness, Perth.
1704 Wemyss, of Bogie, Fife.

1660 Wood, of Boninpjton, Fife.



464 THE EXISTING BARONETAGE OF IRELAND.



THE EXISTING



BARONETAGE OF IRELAND.



PEERAGES IN WHICH THE DIGNITY HAS MERGED.



Marquess of Waterford.

Ely.

Headfort.

Anglesey.

Abercorii.

Hastin<Ts.



Earl of Egmont.

Kingston.

Ken mare.

Lanesborough.

Mountnorris.

Limerick.

Arran.

Clanwilliam.



Earl of Rosse.
Devon.

Vi«coiint Raneiagh.

Southwell.

Mountmorres.

De Vesci.

Hawarden.

Baron Muskerry.

— Ffreneh.

Ventry.



C'loncurry.
De Blaquiere.
C'rofton.
Dufferin.



1021 Aylmer, of Donadea, Kildare.
1622 Barnewall, of Greernianston, Meath.
1775 Barry, of Sandymount, Dublin.
1688 Bellew, of Barmeath, Louth.
1622 Blake, of Mento, Galway.
1622 Blosse, of Farmhill, Mayo.
1766 Blunden.of Blunden, Kilkenny.
1794 Bond, of Coolamber, Longford.
1645 Borrowes, of Lauragh, Queen's co.
1797 Brabason, of Brabason, Mayo.
1759 Bradstreet, of Stackeumniie, Kildare.
1797 Browne, of Palmerston, Mayo.
1723 Burdett, of Dunmore, Dublin.
1628 Burke, of Glinsk, Roscommon.
1797 Burke, of Marble Hill, Galway.
1758 Burton, of Pollerton, Carlow.
1628 Butter, of Ganyhunden, Carlow.
1683 Caldwell, of Caldwell, Fermanagh.
1787 Carden, of Templemore, Tipperary.
1782 Chapman, of St, Lucy, Meath.
1799 Chinnery, of Flintfield, Cork.

1620 Coote, of Ballyfin, Queen's co.
1763 Cottar, of Rock Forest, Cork.
1744 Coulthvirst, of Ardrum, Cork.
I7O6 Cox, of Dunmanway, Cork.

1776 Cromie, of Toddington, Leicester.
1776 Cuffe, of Leyrath, Kilkenny.
1662 Dancer, of Northland, Tipperary.
178.') De Burgh, of Castle Connell, Limerick.
1782 Denny, of Tralee Castle, Kerry.
1787 Desvoeux, of India-Ville, Queen's co.
1721 Echlin, of Clonagh, Kildare.
1628 Esmonde, of Ballynastra, Wexford.

1778 Falkiner, of Ann "Mount, Cork.
1776 Fetherstone, of Ardagh, Longford.
1644 Fitzgerald, of Castle-ishen, Cork.
1794 Foster, of TuUaghan, Monaghan.
1665 Gethin, of Percy Mount, Sligo.
1785 Godfrey, of Bushfield, Kerry.

1621 Gore, of Manor Gore, Donegal.
176'0 Gore, of Lisadell, Sligo.

1789 Harvey, of Kiliotiuin, Antrim.
1789 Hayes, of Drumboe, Donegal.

1779 Hill, of Brook Hall, Derry.
1784 Hoare, of Annabella, Cork.



178.0 Hodson, of Hollybrook, Wicklow.

1795 Hopkins, of Athboy, Meath.

1784 Hunt, of Currah, Limerick.

1782 Hutchinson, of Sallagh, Wieklow.

1797 Jervis, of Bally-Ellis, Wexford.

1772 Johnston, of Gilford, Down.

1775 Langrishe, of Knocklopher, Kilkenny.

1704 Levinge, of High Park, Westmeath.

1791 Lighton, of Merville, Dublin.

1768 Loftus, of Mount-Loftus, Kilkenny.

1799 Macartney, of Lish, Armagh.

1781 Massey, of Doonas, Clare.
1763 May, of May Park, Waterford.
1660 Meredith, of Greenhill, Kildare.
1795 Meredyth, of Carlanston, Meath.
1730 Molyneux, of Castle Dillon, Armagh.
1680 Moore, of Dunmore, Cork.

1782 Musgrave, of Turin, Waterford.

1789 Newport, of New Park, Waterford.
1795 Nugent, of Ballinlough, Meath.
1686 O'Brien, of Dromolaud, Clare.
1780 O'Donnell, of Newport, Mayo.
1629 Osborne, of Newtown, Tipperary.
1777 Palmer, of Rush House, Dublin.'
1766 Parnell, of Rathleague, Queen's co.
1794 Paul, of Ballinglan, Waterford.
1600 Piers, of Piers, Westmeath.

1678 Reynell, of Brighton, Sussex.
1759 Ribton, of Shangannah, Dublin.

1787 Richardson, of Castle Hill, Tyrone.
1766 St. George, of Woodsgift, Kilkenny.
1794 Shee, of Dunmore, Galway.

1799 Smith, of Newton, Queen's co.
1748 Somerville, of Somerville, Meath.
1628 Staples, of Diaimore, Queen's co.
1785 Staunton, of Cargin, Galway.

1788 Steele, of Carriglea, Dublin.

1623 Stewart, of Fort Stev/art, Donegal.

1790 Talbot, of Belfast, Antrim.

1622 Tuite, of Lissicvooiin, Westmeath.
1780 V/aller, of Newport, Tipperary.
1777 Walsh, of Ballykilcavan, Queen's co.
1784 Warren, of Warren's Court, Cork.
1744 Wolseley, of Mount Wolseley, Carlow.



465



THE MOST HONOURABLE MILITARY ORDER

OF THE BATH.



From very early times it appears to have
been the custom of the kings of England,
on certain high ceremonials of a pacific na-
ture, as coronations, royal marriages, and
the creation of their eldest sons princes of
Wales, to create a number of Knights, who
from the ceremony of bathing, which they
went through on the vigil of their creation,
were denominated Knights of the Bath. The
earliest instance of which we have any dis-
tinct record, is the coronation of king Henry
IV. 1399; and the most recent that of king
Charles II. In the year 1/25, king George
I. revived the Order, and enacted statutes
for its regulation, by which it was ordained
to consistof the Sovereign and37 Knights
Companions. The apparel to consist of a
surcoat and mantle of red silk lined with
white; the badge, three imperial crowns,
(typifying those of England, Scotland, and
Ireland,) on a blue field encircled with the
motto, TRiA jiNCTA IN UNO (three in one).
The riband red.

By notification in the London Gazette, 2
Jan. 1815, it was declared, that "for the
purpose of commemorating the auspicious
termination of the long and arduous con-
tests in which this empire has been en-
gaged," the Order should be composed of
three classes, viz.

1st Class— to consist of Knights Grand
Crosses, number not to exceed seventy-two,
exclusive of the sovereign and princes of the
blood royal; twelve of the number may be
apptointed for civil and diplomatic services.
This dignity not to be conferred upon any
officer (except the above twelve) who shall
not have attained the rank of major-general
in the army, or rear-admiral in the navy,
and must have been previously appointed to
the second class.

2d Class— Knights Commanders, number
not to exceed, upon the first institution, one
hundred and eighty, exclusive of foreign
ofl[icers holding British commissions, of
whom not exceeding ten may be admitted
as honorary knights commanders; in the
event of actions of signal distinction, or of
future wars, the number of this class may
be increased. To be entitled to the distinct-
ive appellation of knighthood; to have the
same rights and privileges as knights bache-
lors, but to take precedence of them ; to



wear the bad^e, <sc., pendent by a red ri-
band round the neck, the star embroidered
on the left side. No person is now eligible
to this class under the rank of major-gene-
ral in the army, or rear-admiral in the na\^'.

3d Class — Companions of the Order; not
limited in number ; they are to take prece-
dence of esquires, but not entitled to the
appellation, style, &c., of knights bachelors.
To wear the badge assigned to the third
class, pendent by a narrow red riband to
the button-hole. No officer can be nomi-
nated unless he shall have received a me-
dal, or other badge of honour, or shall have
been especially mentioned in despatches in
the London Gazette, as having distinguished
himself in action.

The new badge for the military classes of
the Order is a gold Maltese cross, of eight
points, enamelled argent, in the four angles,
a lion passant guardant, or; in the centre,
the rose, thistle, and sliamrock, issuant
from a sceptre between three imperial
crowns or, within a circle gules; thereon
the motto of the Order, surrounded by two
branches of laurel proper, issuing from an
escrol azure, inscribed ich dien (I serve) in
letters of gold, worn by the grand crosses
pendent from a red riband across the right
shoulder. The collar is of gold, weighing
thirty ounces troy weight, and is composed
of nine imperial crowns, and eight roises,
thistle, and shamrock, issuing from a
sceptre, enamelled in their proper colours,
tied or linked together with seventeen gold
knots, enamelled white, having the badge of
the Order pendent therefrom. The star of
the military- grand crosses is formed of rays
or flames of silver, thereon a gold Maltese
cross, and in the centre, within the motto,
branches of laurel, issuant as above de-
scribed, three imperial crowns of gold, and
is worn on the left side.

The civil knights grand crosses retain the
old badge and star of the Order.

No knight can wear the collar before his
installation.

The star of the commanders is in the
form of a cross patee of silver, having the
same centre as the grand crosses, but no
gold Maltese cross thereon.

See the collar, stars, and badges belonging to
this Order, after Plate 59.



466



ORDER OF THE BATH.



KNIGHTS

OF THE MOST HONOURABLE MILITARY ORDER OF THE BATH.

Instituted 1399 — Revived 1725.



THE SOVEREIGN.

PaiXCES OF THE BLOOD ROYAL, KNIGHTS GRAND CROSSES,
INCLUDED IN THE NUMBER TO WHICH THE FIRST CLASS OF
ORDER IS LIMITED.



NOT
THE



Field-Marshal his R. H. the Duke of Cumberland, K.G.
Field-JMarshal his R. H. the Duke of Cambridge, K.G.
Field-Marshal his R. H. Prince Leopold, of Saxe-Coburg,
(King of the Belgians.)



K.G.



knights grand CROSSES.



Anglesey, Gen. Henry, Marquess of, 7th

Hussars, K.S.G., K.T.S., K.G., &c.
-Anson, Lieut.-Gen. Sir George
Barnes, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward, Col. 78th

Foot, K M.T. andS.A.
Bentinck, Gen. Lord William Cavendish,

11th Dragoons
Beresford, Gen. Viscount W. Carr, Gov. of

Jersey, K.T.S., 16th Foot
Byng, Lieut.-Gen. Sir John, Col. 2d W. L

Regt., K.S.A., K.S.W., and K.M.T.
Campbell, Major-Gen. Sir Archibald
Clinton, Lieut.-Gen, Sir William-Henry,

55th Foot
Cockburn, Admiral Rt. Hon. Sir George, a

Lord of the Admiralty
Codrington, Vice-Admiral Sir Edv/ard
Cole, Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Sir Galbraith Lowry,

M.P., Gov. of Gravesend and Tilbury

Fort, 27th Foot
Colville, Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Sir Charles, K.C.

and K.T.S.
Combermere, Gen. Stapleton, Lord, K.T.S.,

K.S.F., and K.G.T.
Dalhousie, Gen. George, Earl of, 2Gth

Foot
Dallas, Lievit.-Gen. Sir Thomas
De Saumarez, James, Lord Admiral
Doyle, Gen. Sir John, Bart., K.C, 87th

Foot, and Gov. of Charlemont
Drummond, Gen. Sir Gordon
Durham, Adm. Sir Philip-Charles-Henderson
Fane, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry
Ferguson, Gen. Sir Ronald C.
Gordon, Gen. George, Duke of
Gordon, Lieut.-Gen. Sir J.W., Bart.
Gould, Admiral Sir Davidge
Grey, Gen. Hon. Sir Henry G.
Hardy, Rear- Adm. Sir Thomas Masterman
Hargood, Admiral Sir William
Hevvett, Gen. Right Hon. Sir George, Bart.,

(list Foot
Hill, General Rowland, Lord, K.T.S.,

K.M.T. , and K.S.G.
Hislop, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas, Bart.
Hope, Gen. Hon. Sir Alexander, 47th Foot,



Lieut.-Gov. of Edinburgh Castle
Hope, Vice- Admiral Sir William -John stone
Houstoim, Lieut.-Gen. Sir William, Colonel

2()th Foot
Howard, of Effingham, Lieut.-Gen., K.A.,

Lord, .3d Foot
Howden, Gen. John-Francis, Lord, K.C,

43d Foot
Kempt, Lieut.-Gen. Sir James, K.M.T.,

K.S.G., and K.S.W.
Londonderry, Lieut.-Gen. Charles- William,

Marquess of, lUth Dragoons, K.S., K.S.G.,

and K.T.S.
Ludlow, Gen. George-James, Earl of, 38th

Foot, and Lieut.-Gov. of Berwick
Lumley, Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Sir William
Lynedoch, General Thomas, Lord, K.T.S.,

14th Foot
Malcolm, Vice-Admiral Sir Pulteney
Martin, Admiral Sir George
Martin, Admiral Sir Thomas Byam
Minto, Earl of
Murray, Lieut.-Gen. Sir George, 42d Foot,

Gov. of the Royal Military College
Neale, Sir H., Admiral, Bart.
Nugent, Gen. Sir George, Bart., M.P., Gth

Foot, and Gov. of St. Mawes
Oswald, Lieut.-Gen. Sir John, 35th Foot
Paget, Gen. Hon. Sir Edward, 28th Foot,

Capt. of Cowes Castle, and Governor antl

Commander-in-Chief in Ceylon
Pakenham, Admiral Hon. Sir Thomas
Pringle, Lieut.-Gen. Sir W. H.
Rosslyn, James, Earl of, Gen. 9th Dragoons
Stopfoi"d, Admiral Hon. Sir Robert
Somerset, Lieut.-Gen. Lord R. E. H.
Taylor, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Herbert
Trollope, Admiral Sir Henry
Tyler, Admiral Sir Charles
Vandclcur, Lieut.-Gen. Sir John-O.
Walker. Lieut.-Gen. Sir G.-T., Bart, K.T.S..

84th Foot
V/c!lington, Field-Marshal, Duke o'' K.G.
Wells, Admiral Sir John
Wliitshed, Admiral Sir James-Hawkins,Bart.
Williams, Admiral Sir Thomas



CIVIL KNIGHTS GRAND CROSSES.



Adair, Right Hon. Sir Robert
Bagot, Ri^ht Hon. Sir Charles
Barlow, Sir George Hilaro, Bart.
Bloomfield, Lord
Canning, Right Hon. Sir Stratford



Canterbury, Viscount

Clanearty, Earl of

Cowley, Lord

Farnborough, Right Hon. Lord

Gordon, Right Hon. Sir Robert



ORDER OF THE BATH.



467



Granville, Earl

Heytesbur^', Lord

Lamb, Right Hon. Sir Frederick

Listen, Right Hon. Sir Robert

Paget, Right Hon. Sir Arthur



Palmerston, Viscount

Ponsonbv, Lord

Strangfoi-d, Viscount, K.T.S.

Stiiart de Rothsay, Right Hon. Lord

Thornton, Right Hon. Sir Edward



HOXORARY KNIGHTS GRAND CROSSES.



Alten, Major-Gen. Count
Munster, Count, G.C.H.
Orange, Prince of
Saxe-Weimer, Duke Bernard of
Volkonsky, Gen. his Highness Prince



Wirtemberg, his Majesty the King of

Woronzow, Gen. Count

Wrcde, Field-Marshal, his Highness Prince

of
Zieten, Gen. Count



OFFICERS OF THE FIRST CLASS IN THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCY.



Dean of the Order, Dean of Westminster
GenpMogist and hlanc coursier herald, Walter-

Aston Blount, esq., Chester herald
Bath king of amis, Algernon Greville, esq.
Registrar atid Secretary, Captain Seymour,

R.N.



Deputy, Sir William Woods, knt., daren-
cieiLv

Gentleman usher of the scarlet rod, and Bruns-
wick herald, George Frederick Beltz, esq.,
Lancaster henild, F.S.A.

Messenger, James Pulman, esq.



SECOND CLASS.

TO CONSIST OF ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY KNIGHTS
COMMANDERS OF THE BATH.



Adam, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Frederick, K.M.T.

and K.S-A.
Adams, Major-Gen. Sir John W.
Anson, Lieut.-Gcn. Sir William, Bart.
Arbuthnot, Major-Gen. Sir Thomas, Knt.
Arbuthnot, Sir Robert, Major-Gen.
Arnold, Major-Gen. John
Aylmer, Lieut.-Gen. Lord
Baker, Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas
Barlow, Sir Robert, Rear-Admiral
Barnard, Major-Gen. Sir A. F.

Barnes, Sir J. S.

Bathurst, Major-Gtn. Sir James

Bayntun, Vice- Admiral Sir Henry

Beauclerk, Admiral Lord A.

Bell, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Henry

Berkeley, Colonel Sir G.-H.-F., K.T.S. and

S.W.
Beresford, Vice-Admiral Sir John, Bart.,

K.T.S.
Blair, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Robert
Blakeney, Major-Gen. Sir Edward, K.T.S.,

7th foot
Bouverie, Sir H. F., Major-Gen.
Brace, Rear-Admiral Sir Edward
Bradford, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas
Brenton, ' Rear - Admiral Sir J., Bart.,

K.C.S.F. and M.
Brisbane, Lieut.-Gen. Sir T.
Broke, Rear-Admiral Sir P.-V., Bart.
Brooke, Major-Gen. Sir Arthur
Browne, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas
Buchan, Major-Gen. Sir John
Bunburv, Lieut.-Gen. Sir H.-E., Bart.
Cameron, Major-Gen. Sir John, 9th Foot
Campbell, Lieut.-Gen. Sir H.-F.
Campbell, Major-Gen. Sir Colin, K.M.T.G.,

M.LK.T.S.
Campbell, Major-Gen. Sir James
Capel, Rear-Admiral Hon. Sir T. B.
Camcross, Colonel Sir Joseph H.
Colbome, Major-Gen. Sir John, K.M.T.

and St. G., 52d Foot, Lieut.-Governor of

Guernsey
Cole, Captain Sir Christopher, R.N.
Cooke, Lieut.-Gen. Sir George, 77th Regt.,

K.S.G. and W.
Dickson, Col. Sir Jeremiah
Dickson, Col. Sir Alexander, K.T.S., Royal

Artillery



Digby, Vice-Admiral Sir Henry

Disney, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Moore

Donkin, Lieut.-Gen. Sir R,-S.

Dixon, Admiral Sir Manly

Douglas, Mtijor-Gen. Sir James

Doveton, Major-Gen. Sir J.

Downes, Col. Lord

Doyle, Colonel Sir J. Milley, K.T.S.

Dundas, Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas

Dundas, Hon. Sir R. L., Major-Gen.

D' Urban, Major-Gen. Benjamin, K.T.S.

Ekins, Vice-Admiral Sir Charles

Elder, Major-Gen. Sir George

Eik-y,Major-Gen,SirJohn, K.M.T. and St.G.

Eyre, Vice-Admiral Sir George, A Col. of

Marines
Fitzgerald, Major-Gen. Sir John-F.
Frazer, Col. Sir Augustus Simon, Royal

Artillery
Frazer, Major-Gen. Sir Hugh
Gardiner, Col. Sir Robert-William
Gilmour, Major-Gen. Sir Dugald-L.
Gomme, Col. Sir William-Maynard
Gordon, Capt. Sir J.-A., R.N.
Gore, Vice-Admiral Sir John
Gough, IMaj.-Gen. Sir Hugh
Grant, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Colquhoun, K.S.

W.J. and W.
Grant, Lieut.-Gen. Sir W. Keir
Greville, Hon. Major-Gen. Sir Charles-J.
Guise, Major-Gen. Sir John-W.
Halkett, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Colin, Lieut.-

Gov. of Jersey
Halsted, Admiral Sir L. W.
Hamilton, Rear-Admiral Sir Edward, Bart.
Hamilton, Admiral Sir C, Bart.
Hamond, Rear-Admiral Sir G. E., Bart.
Hardinge, Major-Gen. Sir Henry
Harvey, Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas
Harvey, Vice-Admiral Sir John
Hinde, Lieut.-Gen. Sir S.-V.
Hope, Col. Sir James-A.
Hotham, Vice-Admiral Sir William
Hussey, Rear-Admiral Sir Richard-H.
Inglis," Lieut.-Gen. Sir William
Jackson, Major-Gen. Sir R. Downes
Keane, Lieut.-Gen. Sir John, Gov. of St.

Lucia
Knox, Major-Gen. Sir Alexander
Laforey, Admiral Sir F., Bart.



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ORDER OF THE BATH.



Lake, Vice- Admiral Sir Willoughby-Thomas

Lambert, Lieut.-Gen. Sir John, K.S.W.,
M.J.,andW.

Laurie, Rear-Admiral Sir Robert

Lee, Vice-Admiral Sir Richard

Legge, Admiral Hon. Sir A. K.

Leith, Sir Alexander, Major-Gen.

Lowe, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Hudson, K.S.G.

Lyon, Lieut.-Gen. Sir James, K.S. and
M.J.

Macdonald, Major-Gen. Sir John

M'Dowall, Major-Gen. Sir Andrew

Macfarlane, General Sir Robert

M'Mahon, Major-Gen. Sir T., Bart.

Maitland, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Peregrine,
K.S.W.

Maitland, Rear-Admiral Sir Frederick-
Lewis

Macbean, Major-Gen. Sir William

M'Lean, Major-Gen. Sir John, K.T.S.

M'Lean, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Hector

Malcolm, Lieut.-Col. Sir James

May, Colonel Sir John, K.T.S., Royal Ar-
tillery

Milne, Vice- Admiral Sir David, K.W.S. J.

Montresor, Lieut.-General Sir H. T.

Moore, Vice-Adm. Sir Graham

Moorsom, Admiral Sir Robert

Nicolls, Major-General Sir Jasper

O'Callaghan, Lieut.-Gen. Hon. Sir R.W.

Otway, Vice-Admiral Sir R. W., Bart.

Owen, Rear-Admiral Sir E. W. C. R.

Parker, Vice-Adm. Sir George

Ponsonby, Major-Gen. SirF.G.

Pratt, Major-Gen. Sir Charles

Pritzler, Major-Gen. Sir Theophilus



Reynell, Major-Gen. Sir Thomas, Bart.

Robinson, Lieut.-Gen. Sir F.-Philips

Rodd, Rear-Adm. Sir John-T.

Ross, Col. Sir Hew D., K.T.S., Royal Ar-
tillery

Ross, Major-Gen. Sir John

Rowley, Vice-Adm. Sir Charles, K.M.T.

Rowley, Vice-Adm. Sir Josias, bart.

Scott, Rear-Adm. Sir George

Scott, Major-Gen. Sir Hopetoun-S.

Scovell, Col. Sir George, Royal Waggon
Train

Smith, Adm.iral Sir-W. Sidney, K.S. and
K.F.M.

Smith, Major-Gen. Sir Lionel

Somerset, Major-Gen. Lord Fitzroy-James-



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