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i87i.(then aged 20), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1875 (6th surviving son of late George William
Hope, Esq., of Luffness, co. Haddington) ; born
3 Jan., 1 85 1 (see Foster's Peerage, E. Hope-
toun).

19, Portland Place, W. ; i2, Old Square, W.C.

Hope, Theodore Cracroft, C.S.I. 1877,
CLE. 1882, public w orks member of the council
of governor-general of India since 1S82, edu-
cated at Rugby and at Haileybury, entered
Bombay civil service 1853, a member of legis-
lative council of governor-general^ of India
1875-80, etc., a student of Lincoln's Inn 18
Nov., 1863 (then aged 31), called to the bar
6 June, 1866 (only son of James Hope, of
London, physician); bom , 1832; married

16 Aug., 1866, Josephine Mary McGildowny,
only dau. of J. W. Fulton, Esq., of Bradeigle
House, Lisbum, co. Antrim.
Calcutta ; Sorton Castle, Simla

Hoper, Richard, undergrad. Wad-
ham Coll., Oxon, goes the South-eastern circuit,
J. P. Sussex, a student of the Inner Temple 16
Nov., 1853 (then aged 23), called to the bar
6 June, 1856 (eldest son of late Rev. Henry
Hoper, of Portslade, Sussex) ; born ,

1830; married , 1882, Kate Anna,

youngest dau. of Rev. James Browell, vicar of
Cowfold.

Cowfold, Horsham.



Hopkins, Albert Bassett, M A. Lon-
don Univ. 1874 and a member of Convocation,
goes the North-eastern circuit, a student of the
Inner Temple I May, 1875 (then aged 27),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1883 (eldest son of
late Daniel Hopkins, gentleman, of Aston, co.
Staff.) ; born , 1848.

6, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.

Hopkins, Arthur Antwis, M.A. Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1880, from Rugby (exhibitioner),
goes the Midland circuit, a reporter for Law
Times in Court of Appeal, a student of the Inner
Temple 30 March, 1874 (then aged 19), called
to the bar 27 Jan., 1879 (eldest son of John
Satchell Hopkins, of Birmingham, J.P.) ; born
2 June, 1855 ; married 25 Sept., 1880, Ada
Blanche, youngest dau. of late Rev. James
Butler, D.D., of Burnley, co. Lane.
3, Tanfield Court, Temple, E.C.

Hopkinson, Alfred, M.A., B.C.L.
(fellow) Univ. Coll., Oxon, sometime of Lincoln
Coll., Oxon, B.A. London Univ. 1870 and a
member of Convocation, joint professor of
jurisprudence and law Victoria Univ. (Owens'
Coll.), Manchester since 1875, goes the Northern
circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 22 Oct., 1870
(then aged 19), called to the bar 7 June, 1873
(2nd son of John Hopkinson, of Manchester,
mechanical engineer) ; born , 185 1.

Egerton Road, Fallowfield ; 2, St. James' Square,
Manchester.

Hopkinson, John Clifford, B.A., St.

Catherine's Coll., Camb., 1865, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 14 Feb., 1865 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1870 (2nd son of
Benjamin Hopkinson, Esq., of Ambleside, West-
morland) ; born , 1843 ; married 10
Feb., 1868, Sarah, eldest dau. of James Coates,
Esq., of Wetherby, Yorks.

Park View House, Elm Park, Liverpool.

Hopley, William Musgrove, B.A.,

Pembroke Coll., Camb. 1878, practises before
the supreme court of the Cape of Good Hope, a
student of the Inner Temple 23 Jan., 1875 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1878 (eldest
son of Frederick Hurlingh Hopley, of Burghers-
dors, Cape of Good Hope, land surveyor) ; born

, 1854.
Grahamstown, Cape of Good Hope.

Hopwood, Charles Henry, Q.C.,M.P.
Stockport since 1874, member of Council of
Legal Education, educated at King's Coll., Lon-
don, goes the Northern circuit, joint author
of Registration Cases, a student of the
Middle Temple 2 Nov., 1850, called to the bar 6
June, 1853, Q.C. 9 Feb., 1874, bencher 28 Jan.,
1876 (5th son of John Stephen Spindler Hop-
wood, of Chancery Lane, London) ; born 1829.

2, St. John's Wood Road, N.W. ; i, Essex Court,
Temple, E.C. ; Reform, Albemarle, and National Liberal
Clubs ; 'Manchester Reform Club.

Hopwood, James Thomas, secretary
to Incorporated Council of Law Reporting, equity
draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn II Jan., 1848 (then aged 20), called
to the bar 30 Jan., 1851 (3rd son of John
Stephen Spindler Hopwood, of Chancery Lane,
gentleman) ; born 24 Oct., 1827.

24, Randolph Crescent, Maida Hill,
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C,

29



»,o» ...... W. ; ip, Old

National Liberal Club.



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Hopwood, John Turner, M.P.
Clitheroe 1S57-65, M.A., Trin. Coll., Oxon, 1857,
J. P., D.L. Lancashire, J. P. Rutland, high sheriff
1877, lord of the manor and patron of Bracewell,
a student of the Middle Temple 19 Jan., 1850,
called to the bar I May, 1854 (only son of
Robert Hopwood, Esq., of Blackburn, co.
Lancaster, and of Bracewell, Yorks) ; born
, 1829; married 7 April, 1858, Mary
Augusta Henrietta, 3rd dau. of Hon. Henry
Amelius Coventry, and has issue (see Foster's
Peerage^.

Ketton Hall, Stamford ; Carlton and Oxford & Cam-
bridge Clubs.

Hore, Charles Clavell, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 30 April, 1870 (then aged 18),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1875 (eldest son of
Charles Frederick Hore, of Tunbridge, solici-
tor) ; born , 1852.
Beckenham, Kent.

Hore, James Fraser, M.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1843, fi'"st judge of small causes court
Bombay in i860, a student of Lincoln's Inn 18
Jan., 1S36 (then aged 18), called to the bar 25
Jan., 1841 (eldest son of James Hore, of Lin-
coln's Inn Fields, solicitor) ; born , 1 818;
married 10 Oct., 1850, Olivia, eldest dau. of
Philip Gowan, Esq., of Dulwich, Sun-ey.

Hornby, Sir Edmund Grimani,

knighted by patent 28 Feb., 1S62, judge of
consular court of China and Japan 1865-76,
judge consular court Constantinople 1S57-65,
etc., a student of the Middle Temple I Nov..
1845, called to the bar 24 Nov., 1848 (2nd
son of Thomas Hornby, of London, gentleman) ;
born 29 May, 1S25 ; married thrice, and has
issue (see Foster's Baronetage').

Fir Grove, East Hoathly, Sussex ; Goldsmith Buildings,
Temple, E.G. ; Athenaeum Club.

Hornby, Edward Owen, M.A., St.
John's Coll., Camb., 1838, a student of the Inner
Temple 7 Nov., 1842 (then aged 31), called to
the bar 29 Jan., 1847 (3rd surviving son of late
John Hornby, of 41, Scotland Place); born

, 181 1; married , 1849, Martha,

eldest dau. of William Bown, Esq.

The Hook, Fareham, Hants ; 54, Portland Place, W. ;
Union, Oriental, and Oxford & Cambridge Clubs.

Hornby, Hugh Phipps, B.A. Brase-
nose Coll., Oxon, J. P. Lancashire, a student of
the Inner Temple 6 May, 1874 (then aged 25),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1877 (eldest son of
Ven. Archdeacon Hornby, rector of St. Michael's-
on-Wyre, co. Lane); born 10 March, 1849.

St. Michael's-on-Wyre, Garstang, Lancashire ; 2, Cleve-
land Row, St. James', S.W. ; New University Club.

Hornby, John, M.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1859, goes the Northern circuit, a stu-
dent of Lincoln's Inn 8 Nov., 1853 (then aged
20), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1857 (eldest son
of William Henry Hornby, Esq., of Blackburn);
born 2 Dec, 1832.
Blackburn.



Home, Henry Warlters, B.A., New

Coll., Oxon, 1870, equity draftsman and con-
veyancer, a student of the Inner Temple 15
April, 1868 (then aged 22), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1 87 1 (eldest son of Henry Home,
Esq., of Caterham, Surrey); born 5 March,
1846 ; married 8 April, 1874 Harriet Elizabeth,
sole surviving dau. of Arthur Beecher Pollock,
Esq., of the Inner Temple, bar.-at-law (see
Foster's Baronetage.

Heston Lodge, Thornton Hill, Wimbledon ; 6, Stone
Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Horne, James Edward, M.A., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1867, conveyancer and equity
draftsman, a student of the Inner Temple 13
Oct., 1864 (then aged 23), called to the bar 6
June, 1868, admitted a barrister of Lincoln's
Inn ad eundem 27 Feb., 1873 (elder son of
James Horne, Esq., of Tillington, Petworth,
Sussex); born , 1841.

3, Lake Terrace, Wandsworth Common, S.W- ; 2, New
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Hornell, Robert, M.A., Exeter Coll.,

Oxon, 1864, equity draftsman and conveyancer,
a student of the Inner Temple 22 Jan., 1862
(then aged 22), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1864
(only son of late Robert Hornell, Esq., of
Clapham, Surrey); born , 1840.

Larkhill Rise, Clapham, S.W. ; 5, New Square, Lin-
coln's Inn, W.C.

Horner, John Francis Fortescue,

M.A., Balliol Coll., Oxon, 1873, went the
Western circuit, J.P., D.L. Somerset, a student
of the Inner Temple 19 Nov., 1864 (then aged
21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1868 (eldest son
of late Rev. John Stuart Hippisley Horner,
of Mells Park, Somerset) ; born 28 Dec, 1842 ;
married 18 Jan., 1883, Frances, dau. of William
Graham, Esq., of the Inner Temple, bar.-at-law.
Mells Park, Frome ; Brooks' and United University
Clubs.

Horridge, Thomas Gardner, a mem-
ber of the Northern circuit, formerly a solicitor
practising at Southport, co. Lane, a student of
the Middle Temple 7 Nov., 1881, called to the
bar 25 June, 1884 (only son of late John
Horridge, of Bolton, co. Lane.) ; born ,

Care of 65, Lansdowne Road, W.

Horrocks, Thomas, J.P. Cumber-
land, a student of the Inner Temple 14 Jan.,
1845 (then aged 20), called to the bar 8 June,
1849 (only son of James Horrocks, late of
Orrell Lodge, co. Lane, dec); born ,

1825 ; married , 1848, Marianne, eldest

dau. of Robert Hodgson, Esq., of Salkeld Hall,
Cumberland, and has issue.
Eden Browes, Carlisle.

Horsbrugh, Bethune, equity drafts-
man and conveyancer, a student of the Middle
Temple 15 May, 1868, called to the bar I May,
1871 (3rd son of Bethune Horsbrugh, of Loch-
malong, co. Fife, M.D.) ; born ,

12, Tavistock Road. W ; Lonsdale Chambers, 27,
Chancery Lane, W.C.



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Horsey, George, equity draftsman
and conveyancer, author of Trustee Act 1850,
Cornish on Purchase Deeds, Probate Act 1857,
and Law of Property Act 1859, a student of
Gray's Inn 28 April, 1847, lecturer's prizeman
1849, called to the bar 22 May, 1850 (4th son
of Charles Horsey, Esq., late of London, dec.) ;
born 29 Sept., 1819; married 2 Aug., 1841,
Sarah Kezia Mather, eldest dau. of James
Mather Herald Chaser, Esq., of London.

Colne Villa, New Southgate, N. ; 23, Southampton
Buildings, W.C.

Horsfall, William Hodgson, M.A.
Trin. Hall, Camb., goes the Northern circuit, a
student of the Inner Temple 13 April, 1877
(then aged 20), called to the bar 9 June, 1880
(2nd son of George Henry Horsfall, of Liver-
pool, merchant) ; born, 7 Aug., 1856.

Larkfield, Toxteth Park, Liverpool ; 2, Harcourt
Buildings, Temple, E.C.

Hosack, John, police magistrate at
Clerkenwell since 1877, sometime examiner in
international and constitutional lawr at the
Middle Temple, author of The Law of Nations,
Treatise on the Conflict of Laws of England and
Scotland, and On the Rights of British and
Neutral Commerce, a student of the Middle
Temple 26 Jan., 1838, called to the bar 29 Jan.,
i84l,bencher22 May, 1875 (3rd son of John R.
Hosack, Esq., of Glenaher, co. Dumfries, dec.) ;
born ,

Clerkenwell Police Court, E.C. ; 3, Pump Court,
Temple, E.C.

Hosack, William James Reid, under-
grad. Wadham Coll., Oxon, equity draftsman and
conveyancer, a student of the Middle Temple
24 April, 1862, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1866
(eldest son of William Hosack, Esq., of Wood-
stock, Jamaica) ; born ,
Woodstock, Jamaica.

Hoshi, Toru, a student of the Middle
Temple 25 Jan., 1875, called to the bar 13
June, 1877 (only son of Taijinu Hoshi, of
Tokio, Japan) ; bom , 185 1.

Tokio, Japan ; 27, Coleherne Road, West Brompton,
S.W.

Hoskin, Charles William, matric.
London Univ. 1870, abandoned his patronymic
Newman, a student of the Middle Temple 9
Nov., 1867, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1870 (only
son of Charles Newman, of Teignmouth, Devon,
dec.) ; born ,

St. Mary, Scilly Isles.

Hoskins, James Brownlow, a stu-
dent of Gray's Inn 31 Oct., 1842, called to the
bar 19 Nov., 1845 (eldest son of James Hoskins,
of Gosport, Southants, solicitor) ; born
Gosport.

Hoskyns, Leigh, B.A., Trin. Coll.,
Oxon, 1872, Crown prosecutor Griqualand West
since 1880, acting crown solicitor 1883, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 6 Nov., 1872 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1875 (3rd son of Rev.
Sir John Leigh Hoskyns, Bart., rector of Aston
Tyrrold, Berks); born 14 Feb., 1850; married
17 Jan., 1882, Frances Hester Frederica, 2nd
dau. of John Samuel Bowles, Esq., of Milton
Hall, Berks (see Foster's Baronetage).
Kimberley, Griqualand West.



Hoskyns, Henry William Paget,
B.A Balliol Coll., Oxon, goes the Western
circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 27 Jan.,
1876 rthen aged 22), called to the bar 21 April,
1880 (eldest son of Henry William Hoskyns,
Esq., of Hinton St. George, Somerset) : born

, 1854.
, North Perret Manor, Crewkeme, Somerset ; 19, Ben-
tmck Street, W. ; 3, Paper Buildings, E.C.

Abdul Hossein (see Abul Hassan).

Hoste, Wyndham Horatio Nelson,
undergrad. Oriel Coll., Oxon, equity draftsman
and conveyancer, a student of Lincoln's Inn 16
April, 1853 (then aged 28), called to the bar 17
Nov., 1857 (youngest son of Capt. Sir William
Hoste, R.N., dec); born 2 Feb., 1825, heir
presumptive to the baronetcy (see Foster's
Baronetage').



Hough, Kighley John, B.A., Brase-

nose Coll., Oxon, 1881, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 21 Jan., 1879 (then aged 19), called to the
bar 6 June, 1883 (2nd son of Edwin Hough, of
Carlisle, solicitor); born , i860.

I, Cloisters, Temple, E.C.

Houghton, George Boydell, goes the
South-eastern circuit, undergrad. St. Alban
Hall, Oxon, 1868, a student of the Inner Temple
4 May, 1875 (then aged 33), called to the bar 26
Jan., 1878 (only son of Boydell Houghton,
Esq., of Handsworth, Staff, dec); born
, 1842.
34, Linden Gardens, Bayswater, W. ; i. Temple
Gardens, E.C.

Housley, Samuel John, M.A. (late

fellow), Clare Coll., Camb., 1861, equity drafts-
man and conveyancer, a student of the Inner
Temple 9 Jan., 1856 (then aged 20), called to
the bar 30 April, i860 (eldest son of Samuel
Housley, late of London, dec); born ,

1836; married 1st, 25 Sept., 1861, Mary Jane,
2nd dau. of John Stanning, Esq., of Lightbounds,
near Bolton ; she died , ; he mar-

ried 2ndly, 23 May, 1882, Mary Emily, only
dau. of O. H. Davis, Esq., of London.

Crowhurst, West End Lane, Hampstead, N.W. ; z,
Stone Buildings, W.C.

Houston, John, common law lecturer
to Inns of Court 1873, a member of the joint
board of examiners Inns of court 1864, and a
reporter (for the new reports), in the exchequer
chamber, 1863-4. author of Principles of the
Law of Stoppage in Transition, Retention, and
Delivery, educated at the High School and
Univ. of Glrtsgow, a student of the Middle
Temple 15 Jan., 1859, certificate of honour ist
class May, 1861, called to the bar 6 June, 1861
(4th son of William Houston, Esq., of Glas-
gow) ; born 22 Nov., 1828; married 12 Aug.,
1879, Emily Caroline, 2nd dau. of Mr. W. T.
Seal, of Richmond, Surrey.
3, Brick Court, Temple, E.C.



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FOSTER'S HAND-LIST OF



Howard, Charles, M.A., St. John's
Coll., Camb., 1863, B.A. London Univ. 1847
and a member of Convocation, conveyancer
and equity draftsman, a student of the Inner
Temple II Nov., 186 1 (then aged 34), called
to the bar 17 Nov., 1864 (eldest son of late
Thomas Howard, of the Springs, co. of Evan-
dale, Tasmania); born , 1827.

i, Temple Gardens, E.G.

Howard, Edward Stafford, M.P.
East Cumberland since 1S76, B.A. Trin. Coll.,
Camb., J. P., D.L. co. Gloucester, a student of
the Inner Temple 30 Oct., 1871 (then aged 19),
called to the bar 30 April, 1875 (2nd son of
late Henry Howard, Esq., of Greystoke Castle,
Cumberland); born 28 Nov., 1851 ; married
21 Sept., 1876, Lady Rachel Anne Georgiana
Campbell, dau. of John Frederick, 2nd earl of
Cawdor (see Foster's Peerage, D. Norfolk).

Thoi'nbury Castle, co. Gloucester ; 22, Half Moon
Street, W. ; Travellers' and Arthur's Clubs, S.W.

Howard, George, M.A., Christ
Church, Oxon, 1851, librarian to House of Com-
mons since 1867, a student of the Inner Temple
25 Jan., 1849 (then aged 22), called to the bar 30
Jan., 1852 (eldest son of Very Rev. and Hon.
Henry Edward John Howard, D.D., dean of
Lichfield) ; born 20 June, 1826; married 18 May,
1S52, Marion, widow of William Woolley Leigh
Bennett, Esq., only child of Edmond Southam,
M.D. (see Foster's Peerage, E. Carlisle).

Library, House of Commons ; ig, Gloucester Street,

s.-w.

Howard, Henry Blunt, B.A., Trin.

Coll., Camb., 1865, conveyancer and equity
draftsman, a student of Lincoln's Inn 14 Nov.,
1863 (then aged 20), called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1867 (2nd son of Rev. William Henry Howard,
vicar of St. Thomas', Exeter) ; born ,

1843 ; married 13 May, 1875, Ellen, youngest
dau. of Thomas Southey, Esq., of Balmore,
Caversham, Oxon.

Beckenham, Kent; 3, Stone Buildings, W.C.

Howard, John Edwin, practises
before the High Court of North-western Pro-
vinces India, sometime of Allahabad, merchant,
a student of the Middle Temple II Jan., 1869,
called to the bar 17 Nov., 187 1 (4th son of Henry
Howard, late of Cawnpore, India, gentleman,
dec.) ; born ,

Allahabad.

Howard, John Morgan, Q.C., recorder
of Guildford since March, 1875, chief commis-
sioner for Norwich election inquiry 1875,
and contested Lambeth 1868, 1874, 1880, J. P.
Middlesex, Westminster, and Guildford, on
the council of British Archsological Associa-
tion, goes the South-eastern circuit, author
of Treatise on the Law of Sheriffs, a student
of the Middle Temple 21 Dec, 1853, called
to the bar 30 April, 1858, Q.C. 6 July, 1874,
bencher 26 Nov., 1877 (eldest son of John J.
Howard, of Swansea, solicitor) ; born ,

1836 ; married 24 Feb., 1857, Anne, dau. of
late George Bowes, Esq., of Homerton, Middle-
sex.

22, Gloucester Street, Warwick Square, S.W. ; 6,
Pump Court, Temple, E.C. ; Carlton, Junior Carlton, and
St, Stephen's Clubs.



Howard, Joseph, B.A. London Univ.
1S531 J'P' Middlesex, equity draftsman and
conveyancer, a student of Lincoln's Inn 17 Jan.,
1854 (then aged 19), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1856 (2nd son of late John Eliot Howard,
of Tottenham); bom 9 May, 1834; married
30 March, 1859, Ellen, 2nd dau. of Henry
Waterhouse, Esq., of Highfield, Didsbury, and
has issue.
The Green, Tottenham, N. ; 90, Cannon Street, E.C.

Howard, William James, LL.B.Trin.
Coll., Dublin, practises before the High Court at
Calcutta and of the North-west Provinces India,
a student of the Middle Temple 15 Nov., 1871,
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1874 (eldest son of
late William James Howard, of Seapoint Manor,
Blackrock, co. Dublin) ; born ,

Allahabad, North-west Provinces India.

Howe, Charles John, LL.M., Christ
Coll., Camb., 1872, B.A. 1869, a student of
the Inner Temple 9 May, 1867 (then aged 19),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1S72 (only son of
John Howe, of Stanwix, Carlisle, solicitor) ;
born , 1848.

8, Kensington Park Gardens, W. ; 9, Stone Buildings,
W.C.

Howe, Edward Russell James, M.A.,
St. John's Coll., Camb., 1849, conveyancer and
equity draftsman, a student of Lincoln's Inn 6
Nov., 1846 (then aged 28), called to the bar 22
Nov., 1849 {y^ son of Edward Russell James
Howe, of Chart Sutton, Kent) ; born ,

1818.
Sr, Earl's Court Square, S.W. ; 7, New Square, W.C.

Ho'we, Edward Russell James Gam-
bier, equity draftsman and conveyancer, admit-
ted to the Queensland bar 6 Feb., 1883, asso-
ciate to the (Hon.) Mr. Justice Harding, judge
of supreme court of Queensland, Jan. to Dec,
1883, a student of Lincoln's Inn 16 Nov., 1876
(then aged 19), called to the bar 21 April, 1880
(2nd son of Edward Russell James Howe, of
Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law) ; born 26 Jan., 1858.
7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Howell, Alan George Ferrers, LL.M.
Trin. Coll., Camb., a student of the Inner
Temple 27 April, 1877 (then aged 21), called
to the bar II May, 1881 (youngest son of late
Thomas Jones Howell, of 6, 'West Eaton Place,
London) ; born , 1856.

6, West Eaton Place, S.W.

Howell, Conrad Goodridge, B.A.
Balliol Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn
20 June, 1862 (then aged 26), called to the bar
30 April, 1866 (eldest son of Rev. Hinds
Howell, rector of Drayton, Norfolk) ; born

, 1836; married 7 Aug., 1873, Alma
Mary, dau. of late William Gooding, Esq., of
Clapton, Middlesex.
Drayton Rectory, Norwich.

Howell, William Scott, judge subor-
dinate court at Tannah, Bombay, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 16 April, 1877 (then aged 31),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1880 (2nd son of John
William Howell, Indian civil service) ; born
, 1846.
Tannah, Bombay.



MEN-AT-THE-BAR.



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Hewlett, Richard, a member of Civil
Service Commission since 31 March, 1862, under-
grad. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., from King's
Coll., London, editor of some volumes in series
of Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain,
published under the direction of the master of
the rolls, a student of the Middle Temple 10
Aug., 1863, called to tlie bar 6 June, 1871 (2nd
son of Samuel Burt Howlett, chief draftsman
in the War Office, London) ; born 17 Aug., 1841 ;
married 5 Oct., 1871, Alice, 3rd dau. of late
JamesHoldernessFeatherstone, Esq., of Reading.

30, Widmore Road, Bromley, Kent ; Civil Service
Commission, Whitehall, S.W.

Howley, Edward, matric. London
Univ. 1851, a student of the Middle Temple 10
Oct., 1851, called to the bar 6 June, 1855
(eldest son of Patrick Culkin Howley, Esq.,
of Carrickmacross, co. Monaghan) ; born
I

Howorth, James, a student of Gray's
Inn 25 Jan., 1836, called to the bar 30 Jan.,
1839 (3rd son of John Howorth, Esq., late of
London, dec.) ; born ,

Howorth, Henry Hoyle, author of A
History of the Mongols, a member of the North-
ern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 18
April, 1864 (then aged 2:), called to the bar
1 1 June, 1867 (only son of Henry Howorth, late
of Lisbon, Portugal); born , 1843.

Bentcliffe, Ecdes, and 2, St. James' Square, Man-
chester.

Huband, William George, B.A. Trin.
Coll., Dublin, called to the bar at King's Inns,
Dublin, Trin., 1869, a member of the Inner
Temple 8 June, l866, called to the bar there 26
Jan., 1870 (eldest son of George Joseph Huband,
of Dublin, late capt. 8th hussars); born ,
39, Upper Mount Street, Dublin.

Hubback, John, author of The
Evidence of Succession to Real and Personal
Property and Peerages, a student of the Inner
Temple 26 May, 1832 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 12 June, 1835 (2nd son of Joseph
Hubback, of Berwick-upon-Tweed, merchant) ;
born , 181 1 ; married 25 Aug., 1842,

Catherine Anne, 2nd surviving dau. of Vice-
Admiral Sir F. W. Austen, K.C.B.
Care of Ridgeway Vicarage, Chesterfield.

Huda, Nural (Sayyid), B.A., LL.B.,
St. John's Coll., Camb., 1881, matric. at
Bengal and Calcutta Univ., practises before
the High Court at Calcutta, a student of the
Middle Temple 8 Nov., 1877, called to the bar
9 June, 1880 (eldest son of Sayyid, Shamsul
Huda, of Patna, India, zemindar) ; born
, 1855.
Calcutta.

Huddleston, Sir John Walter, Knt.
(13 May, 1875), a justice of the High Court of
Justice, Queen's Bench Division since 1879,
of the Exchequer Division Nov. 1875-9, a judge
of Court of Common Pleas Feb. to May, 1875, a
baron of the exchequer May to Nov., 1875,
counsel to admiralty and navy and judge advo-
cate of the fleet 1865-75, M.P. Canterbury
1865-8, Norwich 1874-5, a member of council



of legal education since 1862, matric. Trin. Coll.,
Dublin, a student of Gray's Inn 18 April, 1836,
called to the bar 7 May, 1839, Q.C.
1857, bencher 22 July, 1857, twice treasurer
1859-60, serjeant-at-law 15 April, 1875 (eldest
son of Thomas Huddleston, Esq., late of Dublin,
dec); born 8 Sept., 1817; mar. 18 Dec, 1872,
Lady Diana de Vere Beauclerc, dau. of William,
9th duke of St. Albans (see Foster's Peerage).

The Grange, Ascot Heath ; 43, Ennismore Gardens,
W. ; Athenasum, Garrick, Carlton, and Turf Clubs.

Hudson, Alfred Arthur, a student
of the Inner Temple 20 Nov., 1880 (then aged
28), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1885 (eldest son
of Henry Hudson, of Southsea, Hants, mer-
chant); born , 1852.
Southsea.

Hudson, George, B.A. Christ Church,
Oxon, sub-inspector of factories, goes the Mid-
land circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 10 Nov.,
1855, called to the bar 7 June, 1858 (eldest son of
late George Hudson, M.P.) ; born ,

13, Pitt Street, Kensington, W.

Hudson, George Bickersteth, M.A.,
Exeter Coll., Oxon, 1872, goes the South-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
22 Nov., 1869 (then aged 24), called to the bar
6 June, 1872 (2nd son of Rev. Thomas Dawson
Hudson, of Frogmore Hall, Herts) ; born 1845.

Frogmore Hall, Hertford ; i. Dr. Johnson's Buildings,
Temple, E.G.

Hudson, John Godfrey Bellingham,
a student of the Middle Temple 19 Nov., 1842,
called to the bar 8 June, 1846 (only son of
Joseph Hudson, of Oxford Street, merchant) ;
born , ; married 10 Oct., 1874,

Elizabeth, eldest dau. of John Mibs, Esq.



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