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born 7 Feb., 1857 (see Foster's Peerage).

2T, Carlton House Terrace, S.W. ; 3, Paper Buildings,
Temple, E.C.



MEN-AT-T HE-BAR,



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Maasdorp, Andries Ferdinand
StockenstrOm, solicitor-general Cape Colony,
B.A. London Univ. 1869, editor of Dutch Juris-
prudence of Hugo Grotius, a student of the Inner
Temple 23 Jan., 1866 (then aged 19), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1871 (2nd son of Gysbert
Henry Maasdorp, of Graaff-Reinet, Cape of
Good Hope, M.D.) ; born , 1847.

Care of Messrs. Buchanan and Co., i, Lime Street
Square, E.C.

Maasdorp, Christian George, a

student of the Inner Temple 9 Nov., 1868 (then
aged 20), called to the bar 6 June, 187 1 (3rd
son of Gysbert Henry Maasdorp, of Graaff-
Reinet, Cape of Good Hope, M.D.) ; bom
, 1848.
Claremont, Cape of Good Hope.

Maberly, Alexander Cahill, M.A.

Queen's Coll., Oxon, practises before the
Lancaster chancery court, a member of the
Northern circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 12
Nov., 1868 (then aged 25), called to the bar 6
June, 1 87 1 (youngest son of Rev. Charles
Maberly, incumbent of Owlesbury, Hunts) ;
born , 1843; married 9 Feb., 1876,

Jessie Bremner, dau. of late Peter Ewart, Esq. ^
7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. ; i, Sl James'
Square, Manchester.

Mabson, John, M.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1865, a student of Lincoln's Inn 29 Jan.,
1861 (then aged 22), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1863 (only son of "William Mabson, of Hyning,
Westmorland); bom 24 Nov., 1838; married
1 3 June, 1 866, Ida, eldest dau. of Henry Ximenes,
Esq., of Bear Place, Berks.
United University Cluh, S.W.

MacAlpin, Daniel Rankin, matric.
Edinburgh Univ., author of The Law relating lo
Money Lenders and Borrowers, etc., a member of
Faculty of Advocates Edinburgh 1873, a student
of the Middle Temple 28 Oct., 1872, called to
the bar there 10 May, 1876 (2nd son of Duncan
MacAlpin, of Greenock, N.B., shipbuilder) ; born

Seabank House, Greenock.

Macan, George, B.A., Tnn. Hall,
Camb., 1875, a reporter for Law Times in
chancery division, a student of the Inner
Temple 11 June, 1873 (then aged 19), called to
the bar 26 Jan., 1877 (2nd son of Richard
Macan, Esq., of Drumcashel, co. Louth) ; born
Q Sept., 1853.

22, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly, W. ; 4, Stone Build-
ings/ Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Macartney, Carlile Henry Hayes,

B A., Clare Coll., Camb., 1864, a student of the
Inner Temple 9 Nov., 1866 (then aged 24),



called to the bar 26 Jan., 1870 (2nd son o^
Maxwell Macartney, Esq., of Hurstleigh, Tun-
bridge Wells, Kent) ; bom , 1842.
76, Bedford Gardens, Kensington, W.

Ellison-Macartney, John William,

M.P. CO. Tyrone since 1874, J.P., D.L. co.
Tyrone, J.P. co. Fermanagh, high sheriff co.
Armagh 1869, J.P., assumed the surname and
arms of Macartney by royal licence 4 April,
1859, educated at Bonn and Munich Univs.,
a student of the Middle Temple 5 Nov.,
1839, called to the bar 12 June, 1846, called
to the bar also at King's Inns, Dublin, 1848
(only son of Rev. Thomas Ellison, of Kil-
kenny, dec); born 2 May, 1818; married 27
May, 185 1, Elizabeth Phoebe, eldest surviving
dau. of Rev. John Grey Porter, of Kilskery, co.
Tyrone, and Belleisle, co. Fermanagh, and has
issue.

Clogher Park, Clogher, co. Tyrone ; 74, Buckingham
Palace Road, S.W. ; Carlton, National, and St. Stephen's
Clubs ; Ulster and Kildare Street Clubs, Dublin.

Ellison-Macartney, William Grey,

B.A., Exeter Coll., Oxon, 1875, a member of
the South-eastern circuit, a student of the
Inner Temple 3 Nov., 1874 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1878 (eldest son of
John William Ellison - Macartney, Esq., of
Clogher Park and Mountjoy, co. Tyrone, M.P.,
bar.-at-law) ; born 7 June, 1852.

3, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. ; St. Stephen's
and Eton & Harrow Clubs, S.W.

Macaskie, Stuart Cunningham, a
member of the North-eastern circuit, author of
Law of Executors, Law of Bills of Sale, joint
author of The Law of Corrupt Practices at
Elections, a student of Gray's Inn 2 June, 1875,
1st class studentship 1876, exhibition 1 877,
certificate of honour and Barstow law scholar-
ship 1878, Bacon scholar 1876, called to the bar
3 July, 1878 (eldest son of George Macaskie,
of Berwick-upon-Tweed) ; born ,

I, Cloisters, Temple, E.C.

Macaulay, Charles Zachary (brother
of Lord Macaulay), lecturer on medical juris-
prudence St. George's Hospital 1838-41, private
secretary to his brother when secretary at war
1839-41, Mauritius C. S. 1841-8, secretary to
Board of Health 1850-4, and to Board of Audit
1854-66, commissioner of Audit 1866-7, member
of council London Univ. 1868-72, a student
of the Middle Temple 17 Jan., 1837, called
to the bar 31 Jan., 1840 (4th son of Zachary
Macaulay, of London, gent.); born 15 Oct.,
1813; married 7 Oct., 1841, Mary, eldest dau.
of late Richard Potter, Esq., M.P., Wigan,
Southsea,



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Macaulay, Henry Denman, a mem-

Der of the North-eastern circuit, capt. 1st War-
wick militia 1874-81 and formerly a lieu-
tenant in the fleet, a student of the Inner
Temple 22 April, 187 1 (then aged 27), called
to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (eldest son of late
Henry WilHam Macaulay, judge of mixed com-
mission West Coast of Africa) ; born 10 Aug.,
1843; married 18 Feb., 1868, Selina, dau. of
Sir Joseph Needham, chief justice of Trinidad,
and has issue (see Foster's Peerage, B. Denman).
81, St. George's Square, S.W. ; Naval and Military
Club.

Macauley, James, abandoned his
patronymic Hyndman, a student of Gray's Inn
5 Feb., 1825, called to the bar 16 June, 1835
(4th son of Robert Hyndman, of Dublin) ; born



McCall, RobertAlfred, M.A. Queen's
Univ., Ireland, a member of the Northern cir-
cuit, a student of the Middle Temple 7 Nov.,
1867, called to the bar 6 June, 1 87 1 (2nd son
of Hugh McCall, of Lisburn, co. Antrim) ; born

» •

X, Temple Gardens, E.C.



McCalmont, Hugh Barklie Bkindell,

B.A., Trin. Hall, Camb., i860, matric. London
Univ. 1854, a member of the South-eastern
circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 5 June,
1858 (then aged 21), called to the bar 18 Nov.,
1 86 1 (eldest son of Rev. Thomas McCalmont,
of Southampton) ; born , 1837.

9, Grosvenor Place, S.W. ; United University Club.

McCarthy, James Abram, a student
of the Inner Temple 8 Jan., 1876 (then aged
21), pupil scholarship 1S78, called to the bar
27 Jan., 1879 (eldest son of James Benjamin
McCarthy, of Freetown, Sierra Leone, West
Africa, merchant) ; born , 1855.

Freetown, Sierra Leone.



McCaul, Samuel, M.A., B.C.L. St,

John's Coll., Oxon, univ. Hebrew scholar
1856, a student of the Inner Temple 25 Nov.,
1870 (then aged 34), called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1880 (youngest son of late Rev. Alexander
McCaul, D.D., of St. Magnus the Martyr,
London) ; born , 1836.

War Office, Pall Mall.

MacClymont, Colin Ritchie, B.A.
Balliol Coll., Oxon, a member of the North-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
27 Jan., 1870 (then aged 25), called to the bar
7 June, 1873 (3rd son of Alexander MacClymont,
of Stranraer, co. Wigtown, merchant) ; born

, 1845 ; married 25 Nov., 1873, Charlotte
Gumming, dau. of late William Kerr, Esq.

55, St. James' Square, W. ; 2, Mitre Court Buildings,
Temple, E.C, *



McCoan, James Carlile, M.P. co.
Wicklow since 1880, « member of the South-
eastern circuit, formerly practised in the su-
preme consular court of the Levant at Constanti-
nople, founder and editor of the Levant Herald,
author of Consular Jurisdiction in the Levant,
Our New Protectorate, Egypt as it is, etc.,
matric. London Univ. 1848, a student of the
Middle Temple 15 Nov., 1851, called to the bar
17 Nov., 1856 (only son of Clement McCoan,
of Charlemont, co. Armagh, dec.) ; born 14
July, 1829 ; married 2 June, 1857, Augusta
Janet, youngest dau. of late William Jenkyns,
of Elgin, N.B.

42, Netting Hill Square, W. ; Reform Club.

MaccoU, Norman, M.A. (late fellow),
Downing Coll., Camb., 1869, editor of the
Athenwu-m since 187-, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 21 Jan., 1872 (then aged 28), called to the
bar 17 Nov., 1875 (only son of Alexander
Stewart MaccoU, Esq., of Corstorphine, Edin-
burgh) ; born , 1844.

4, Netting Hill Square, W.

MacConkey, William Dixon, B.A.

(scholar), Trin. Coll., Camb., 1876, practises in
the Lancaster chancery court, a member of the
Northern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
8 Nov., 1873 (then aged 21), common law
scholarship 1877, called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1878 (eldest son of late Rev. Andrew Mc-
Conkey) ; born 17 Feb., 1855.
15, Lord Street, Liverpool.

McConnell, James Alexander Boyle,

matric. Queen's Coll., Belfast, a student of
Gray's Inn 14 April, 1875, lecture prize for
jurisprudence, Roman and international law,
Dec, 1879, called to the bar II May, 1881
(eldest son of Hugh McConnell, Esq , of Ful-
nagardy, co. Down) ; born ,

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

McConnell, John Wanklyn, M.A.,

Gonville and Caius Coll., Camb., 1881, a stu-
dent of Lincoln's Inn 13 May, 1879 (then aged
24), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1S82 (eldest son
of William McConnell, Esq., of Manchester) ;
born , 1855.

Prestwich, Manchester; Knochdohan, Girvan, N.B.

McConnell, William Robert, B.A.

London Univ., member of Bar Committee since
Dec, 18S3, J, P. CO. Down 1883, revising bar-
rister for Liverpool 1868, junior counsel to the
Board of Trade 1879, junior counsel to the cus-
toms 1879, a member of the Northern circuit,
a student of the Inner Temple 30 May, 1859,
called to the bar 30 April, 1862 (only son of
David McConnell, of Charleville, near Belfast,
CO. Down); born 2 July, 1837; unmarried.

The Warren, Donaghadee, co. Down : 12, King's
Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.

McCullagh, James Samuel Gordon,
B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, sometime a member
of the Western circuit, called to the bar at
King's Inns, Dublin, Hilary, 1875, entered at
the Middle Temple 18 Jan., 1877, where he was
called to the bar 3 July, 1878 (youngest son of
late James McCullagh, of Kilgobbin, co. Dublin) ;
born ,

18, Kildare Street, Dublin ; University Club, Dublin •
4, Essex Court, Temple E.C,



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McDermott, Frederick, a student of

the Middle Temple 6 Nov., 1876, called to the
bar 25 June, 1879 (youngest son of Edward
McDermott, of Grove Park, Camberwell, Surrey);
born ,

Grove Park, Camberwell.

MacDermott, Hugh Francis, B.A.

Trin. Coll., Dublin, a member of the Oxford
circuit, a student of King's Inns, Dublin, 1 86-,
a student of the Inner Temple 10 June, 1867
(then aged 22), exhibition May, 1871, called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1871 (eldest son of Hugh
MacDermott.of Carrick-on-Shannon, co. Lei trim,
solicitor) ; born , 1845.

I, Temple Gardens, E.G.

Robertson Macdonald, David

Macdonald, M.A., St. John's Coll., Oxon, 1882,
from Merchant Taylors' School, a student of
the Inner Temple 14 Jan., 1879 (then aged
21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 188 1 (only son
of Vice-Admiral David Robertson-Macdonald) ;
bom 30 May, 1857 ; unmarried.
41, Lansdowne Road, W. ; g. Old Square, W.C.

Macdonald, Henry Lumley, equity

draftsman and conveyancer, assumed the sur-
name of Macdonald in lieu of Matthews, a
student of the Middle Temple 27 Oct., 1870,
called to the bar 10 May, 1876 (2nd son of
Henry Matthews, Esq., of London) ; born

3, Elm Court, Temple, E.G.

McDonald, John, M.A. St. John's

Coll., Oxon, lieut. East Lothian yeomanry, a
member of the Midland circuit, a student of the
Inner Temple 21 Nov., 1874 (then aged 23),
called to the bar 7 May, 1879 (eldest son of
late John McDonald, of Belmore, Gairloch, co.
Dumbarton, merchant); born 31 Dec, 185 1;
married 28 Oct., 1882, Georgiana Rose, 4th
dau. of Gustavus William Lambart, Esq., of
Beau Pare, co. Meath (see Foster's Peerage, E.
Cavan).

Belmore, Gareloch, CO. Dumbarton ; 12, Cavendish
Place, W.

Macdonald, Thomas, matric. London
Univ. 1875, a student of the Middle Temple 19
April, 1875, scholarship in equity 1878 and in
international law 1879, called to the bar 25
June, 1879 (3rd son of James Macdonald, Esq.,
of London) ; born 20 Oct., 1855.

17, Russell Square, W.C. ; 5, Essex Court, Temple,
E.G. ; Conservative and Scottish Clubs.

Macdonell, George Paul, M.A.
King's Coll., Univ. of Aberdeen, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 3 Nov., 1879 (then aged 24),
called to the bar 21 June, 1882 (5th son of
James Macdonell, of Tomintoul, Banffshire,
N.B.) ; born , 1858.

14, Brunswick Gardens, W. ; ig, Old Square, Lincoln's
Inn, W.C.

Macdonell, John, M.A. Aberdeen
Univ., matric. Edinburgh Univ., a member of
the South-eastern circuit, author of Law of
Master and Servant, a student of the Middle
Temple' 14 Jan., 1870, called to the bar 27
Jan., 1873 (2nd son of James Macdonell, late
of Aberdeen, N.B., dec.) ; born ,

25, Stanley Gardens, Belsize Park, N.W. ; 4, Elm
Court, Temple, E.G.



Cheevers-McDonnell, Christopher

B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1853, a member
of the South-eastern circuit, assumed the ad-
ditional surname of McDonnell, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 4 May, 1852 (then aged 23),
called to the bar 30 April, 1856 (2nd son of
John Cheevers, Esq., of Killian Ahascragh, co.
Galway) ; born , 1829.

MacDonnell, Hercules Henry
Graves, a student of Lincoln's Inn 2 Nov.,
1839 (then aged 20), called to the bar 9 June,

1846 (2nd son of Dr. Richard Macdonnell, of
Dublin) ; born , 1819.

McDonnell, John Randall, B.A.

London Univ. 1845, undergrad. Magdalen Coll.,
Camb., a student of the Inner Temple 12 Jan.,

1847 (then aged 19), called to the bar 30 Jan.,
1852 (only son of John MacDonnell, Esq., of
London) ; born , 1828.

McDonnell, Morgan Augustin, at-
torney-general Victoria 1870-1, a student of
Gray's Inn 14 May, 185 1, called to the bar 26
Jan., 1855 (eldest son of Michael Cypryan
McDonnell, of Douay, France) ; born ,

Melbourne, Victoria.

MacDonnell, Randall, a student of
the Middle Temple 22 Dec, 1845, called to the
bar 30 Jan., 1846 (only son of Thomas Mac-
Donnell, Esq., of Dublin) ; born ,
St. Michael's, Azores.

McDougal, Thomas Duncan,
practises before the supreme court of Victoria,
a student of the Inner Temple 21 Oct., 1865
(then aged 33), called to the bar 6 June, 1868
(eldest son of Thomas St. Clair McDougal,
of London) ; born , 1832.

Melbourne, Victoria.

McDougall, Alexander William,
B.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1859, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 25 Jan., i860 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1871 (eldest son of
William Church McDougall, Esq., of Chelten-
ham) ; born , 1838.
Battlefields, Bath.

McEwen, John Forrester, B.A.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1880, a student of the Inner
Temple 5 May, 1879, called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1882 (eldest son of Alexander McEwen, of
Mottingham, Kent) ; born ,

II, New Court, Temple, E.C.

Mac Ewen, Robert Sutherland
Taylor, a writer to the signet Scotland
1856-61, a member of the Indian judicial
service, magistrate and judge small cause
court Calcutta 1862-76, educated at Edin-
burgh Univ., a student of Lincoln's Inn 9 May,
1876 (then aged 36), called to the bar 18 Nov.,
1878 (eldest son of Alexander MacEwen, late
of Evelex, Sutherland, N.B., doctor of medicine,
dec.) ; born , 1840.

Calcutta ; Sefton House, Penmaenmawr, North Wales.



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McGauran, Michael Joseph, matric.

Trin. Coll., Dublin, a student of the Middle
Temple I June, 1874, called to the bar 9 June,
1880 (2nd son of John McGauran, of Monks-
town, CO. Dublin, merchant) ; born ,

6, Longford Place, Monkstown, Ireland ; 30, Norfolk
Terrace, Westbourne Grove, \V.

MacGeagh, Benjamin Scott Foster,

J. P. 1883, member of the Court of Common
Council city of London 1885, educated at
Queen's Coll., Belfast, a student of the Middle
Temple 23 Jan., 1882, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1884 (5th son of Thomas John MacGeagh, of
Cookstown, CO. Tyrone, J. P.) ; born 6 Dec,
1830 ; married 27 Jan., 1852, Mary, 2nd dau.
of late Capt. Collins, nth hussars.
Coombe Wood, Kingston Hill.

MacGeorge, William Henry, capt.

6th dragoon guards, adjutant Westmorland and
Cumberland yeomanrj' cavalry, a student of the
Inner Temple 27 Jan., 1879 (then aged 27),
called to the bar 29 June, 1 88 1 (eldest son of
late Lt-Col. W. MacGeorge) ; born ,

1852.
Hames Hall, Cockermouth ; 27, Green Street W.

Turner-MacGowan, Edward, B.A.,

LL.B., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1881, from Rugby,
assumed the additional surname of MacGowan,
a student of the Inner Temple 20 March, 1880
(then aged 20), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1884
(only son of Ed ward Robinson Turner, of Helm-
shore, CO. Lane.) ; born 21 Dec, i860.

Darwen, co. Lane. ; 5, South Chapel Place, South
Audley Street, W.

MacGregor, John, M.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1850 (wrangler), capt. of the Royal
Canoe Club, author of A Thousand Miles in
the " Rob Roy " Canoe, The " Rob Roy " on the
Baltic, The "Rob Roy " on the Zuyder Zee, The
" Rob Roy "on the Jordan and Nile, The Voyage
Alone in the Yawl " Rob Roy," Specification of
Patents, etc., a member of the Northern circuit,
a student of the Inner Temple 7 Nov., 1846
(then aged 22), called to the bar 31 Jan., 1851
(eldest son of Col. Sir Duncan MacGregor,
K.C.B.) ; born 24 Jan., 1825 ; married 4 Dec,
1873, Annie Bethia, dau. of late Admiral Sir
Crawford Caflin, K.C.B.

7, Vanbrugh Park Ea.st, Blackheath, S.E.

Macgregor, John Cameron, re-
ceiver of the High Court Calcutta, a student
of the Middle Temple 6 June, 1865, called to
the bar 30 April, 1868 (youngest son of James
Macgregor, of Fort William, co. Inverness,
banker) ; born ,

High Court, Calcutta.

Macgregor, Peter, M.A., B.C.L. St.

Edmund's Hall, Oxon, a student of the Middle
Temple 20 Nov., 1S76, called to the bar 21 June,
1882 (2nd son of J. Macgregor, of Glasgow,
N.B., dec.) ; born ,

3, Park Street West, Gla.sgow, N.B.



McGrigor, Walter Grant James,

M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1843, late capt. and
hon. major 2nd batt. Queen's own Cameron high-
landers, a student of Lincoln's Inn 29 April,
1840, called to the bar 4 May, 1843 (2nd son
of Sir James McGrigor, Bart.) ; born 18 March,
18 1 7 ; married twice and has a son, James
(see Foster's Baronetage).

3, Upper George Street, Bryanston Square, W. ; Athe-
nasum and Junior United Service Clubs.

Mclntyre, ^Eneas John, Q.C., M.P.
Worcester since 1880, a member of the North
Wales and Chester circuit, member of the Bar
Committee since Dec, 1883, a student of the
Middle Temple 6 Nov., 1843, called to the bar
20 Nov., 1846, Q.C. 8 Feb., 1872, bencher 27
May, 1873 (only son of ^neas Mclntyre, of
Hackney, doctor of laws) ; born , 1821 ;

married , 1854, Eleanor, dau. of George

Corbett, Esq.

I, Park Square West, Regent's Park, N.W. ; i, Brick
Court, Temple, E.G. ; Reform Club, S.W. ; Worcester
Union Club,

Mclntyre, Alexander Grant, B.A.,
Trin. Hall, Camb., 1879, joint author oi Practice
under the Judicature Acts, a student of the
Inner Temple 9 Nov., 1875 (then aged 19),
called to the bar 18 Nov., 1878 (eldest son of
John Mclntyre, of Sandhurst, Victoria, Aus-
tralia) ; born , 1856.

Beach House, St. Margare Bay, Dover.

Mclntyre, Angus George Milward,

LL.B. London Univ. 1877, a member of the
South-eastern circuit, a student of the Middle
Temple II Jan., 1873, called to the bar 10 May
1876 (eldest son of jEneas John Mclntyre
Q.C, of the Middle Temple) ; born

; married 16 June, 1877, E M

R , youngest dau. of late Rev.

George Edward Nash, vicar of Hoo, AUhallows,
Kent.

zo, Rockley Road, West Kensington Park, W. ; i.
Brick Court, Temple, E.G.

Mclntyre, John, practises before

the supreme court of Tasmania, a student of
the Middle Temple 9 Nov., 1872, called to the
bar 17 Nov., 1875 (eldest son of Rev. John
Mclntyre, late of Dolvraine, Tasmania, dec.) ;
born ,

Hobart, Tasmania.

Mclver, Lewis, head assistant to
collector and magistrate at Nellore, Madras,
a student of the Middle Temple 15 Jan., 1866,
called to the bar 18 Nov., 1878 (eldest son of
John Mclver, secretary to the Bank of Madras) ;
born ,

Nellore, Madras.

Mackarness, Frederic Michael

Coleridge, practises before the supreme court
of Cape of Good Hope, undergrad. Keble
Coll., Oxon, a student of the Middle Temple 26
June, 1875, called to the bar 25 June, 1879 (2nd
son of Rt. Rev. John Frederic Mackarness, D.D.,
lord bishop of Oxford); born 31 Aug., 1854;
married 11 Feb., 1882, Amy, dau. of late Rev.
Richard Chermside, rector of Wilton, Wilts (see
Foster's Peerage').
Cape of Good Hope,



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Mackay, Alexander Spencer Henry,
B.A. St. John's Coll., Oxen, an examiner of
the High Court of Justice since Feb., 1884, a
student of the Inner Temple 16 Oct., 1867 (then
aged 23), called to the bar 30 April, 1873 (only
son of Alexander Mackay, late of Uxbridge,
Middlesex, dec); born , 1844; mar-

ried 30 Dec, 1879, Annie, 4th dau. of late John
Bearne, of Torquay, Devon.

Mackay, Hugh William Boyd, LL.B.,

B.A. (first prizeman in feudal and English law)
Trin. Coll., Dublin, author of An Apology
for the Present System of Conveyancing 1870,
A Concise Practical Treatise on the Law of
Property 1882, a student of the Middle Temple
20 April, 1863, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1870,
called to the bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 25
April, 1865 (eldest son of Hugh Boyde Mackay,
late of Coleraine, co. Londonderry, solicitor,
dec); bom 21 April, 1843; married 16 Jan.,
1877, Elisabeth, dau. of late Robert Leslie
Acheson, Esq., of Limerick, and has issue.

Topsham, South Devon ; Castle Chambers, Castle
Street, Exeter.

Mackay, Thomas Henry, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 25 Jan., 1838 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 30 Jan., 1844 (son of Spencer
Mackay, Esq., of London) ; born ,

1816.

Mackean, Ernest, M.A., Trin, Coll.,

Camb., 1880, practises at Hong Kong, a student
of the Inner Temple 15 April, 1873 (then aged
19), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1876 (7th son of
late Thomas William Lockwood Mackean, of
London, gent.) ; bom , 1854.

Hong Kong.

McKeand, Charles Pilling, a member

of the Northern circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 20 Jan., 1873 (then aged 18), called to
the bar 13 June, 1877 (eldest son of Joseph
McKeand, of Manchester, surgeon) ; born 29
Oct., 1854.
St. James' Square, Manchester.

McKellar, Martin William, B.A.

(honours), Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1859, a
member of the Western circuit, Law Times
reporter Queen's bench division, a student of
the Middle Temple 5 Nov., 1862, called to the
bar 9 June, 1865 (only son of Major Peter
Martin McKellar, late R.M.L.I.) ; born

, ; married 23 Aug., 1871, Catherine,

youngest dau. of late Major Henry Semple,
3Sth regt.

28, St. James' Square, Nottmg Hill, W. ; 1, Pump
Court, Temple, E.G!

Mackenzie, Henry Gordon, B.A.,

Magdalen Coll., Oxon, 1880, a student of the
Inner Temple II Nov., 1876 (then aged 18),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1880 (2nd son of late
Gordon Mackenzie, Esq., of Montreal, Canada) ;
born , 1858; married 7 May, 1881,

Beatrice Kathleen, dau. of Alexander Donavon,
Esq., of Framfield Place, Sussex.



Muir - Mackenzie, Kenneth Au-
gustus, M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon, permanent
secretary in lord chancellor's department since
May, 1884, principal secretary to Lord Chan-
cellor Selborne 1880-4, private secretary to
the Lord Mayor of London 1880-1, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 7 June, 1869 (then aged 23),
called to the bar 30 April, 1873 (4th son of Sir
John Muir-Mackenzie, Bart.) ; born 29 June,
1845; married 26 Feb., 1874, Amy Margaret,
dau. of William Graham, Esq., M.P. Glasgow,
and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

21, Hyde Park Gale, S.W. ; Royal Courts of Justice,
W.C. ; House of Lords, S.W.

Muir-Mackenzie, Montague John-
stone, B.A. (fellow), Hertford Coll., Oxon, 1870,
a member of the South-eastern circuit, joint
editor of Wilson's Supreme Court of Judicature
Acts and Rules, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1 1
Jan., 1869, called to the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (5"^
son of Sir John William Pitt Muir-Mackenzie,
Bart.) ; born 29 Sept., 1847 (see Foster's
Baronetage).
3, Temple Gardens, E.G.

Mackenzie, Robert, a student of the

Middle Temple 18 Oct., 1851, called to the bar
26 Jan., 1855 (eldest son of Donald Mackenzie,
late an ofScer in 42nd highlanders, dec.) ; born
f

Mackenzie, William, wentthe South-
eastern circuit, a student of the Middle Temple
23 Dec, 1846, called to the bar 31 Jan., 1851
(eldest son of William Mackenzie, Esq., of
Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex) ; bom ,

Mackenzie, WiUiara Dalziel, M.A.,

Magdalen Coll., Oxon, 1865, from Harrow, late
director London and North-western Railway
Company, hon. major Queen's own Oxfordshire
hussars since 1883, capt. 1878-83, J.P. cos. Kirk-
cudbright, Dumfries, Bucks, and Oxon,. high
sheriff 1873, a student of the Inner Temple 31



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