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revising barrister on Oxford circuit 1832-56,
educated at Rugby, a student of the Middle
Temple 27 May, 1824, called to the bar 20 June,
1828 (2nd son of Thomas Sneyd Kynnersley,
Esq., of Loxley Park, co. Staff.) ; born 23 July,
1803 ; married June, 1834, Eliza Rose, eldest
dau. of late Joseph Sandars, Esq., of Taplow
House, Bucks; she died , i860, leaving

issue.
Moor Green, Moseley, Birmingham.



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Labilliere, Francis Peter, a member
of the South-eastern circuit, sometime of Vic-
toria, Australia, a student of the Middle Temple

7 Nov., i860, called to the bar 6 June, 1863
(only son of Charles Edgar Labilliere, of Lon-
don, gent.) ; born , ; married 9
Oct., 1867, Adelaide, eldest dau. of late Rev.
Edward Ravenshaw, rector of West Kington,
Wilts.

HilUngdon House, Harrow ; 5, Pump Court, Temple,
E.G.

Lacaita, Charles Carmichael, M.A.
Balliol Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn

8 June, 1875 (then aged 22), called to the bar
27 Jan., 1879 (only son of Sir James Philip
Lacaita, K.C.M.G.) ; born 5 April, 1853 (see
Foster's Baronetage).

27, Duke Street, St. James', S.W. ; 11, New Square,
Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Lachlan, Harry Norman, B.A. Mag-
dalen Coll., Oxon, a student of the Middle
Temple 19 Jan., 1877, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1 88 1 (3rd son of late George Lachlan, of Dry
Hill Park, Tonbridge, shipbroker, dec); born

Dry Hill Park, Tonbridge ; 9, New Square, Lincoln's
Inn, W.C.

Lack, Albert Innocencio, a student
of Gray's Inn 14 July, l88l, called to the bar

25 June, 1884 (2nd son of Albert Lack, of Port
of Spain, Trinidad, merchant) ; born ,

Port of Spain, Trinidad.

Ladbury, Frederick James, B.A. St.
John's Coll., Camb., a member of the South-
eastern circuit, 0. student of the Middle Temple
23 Dec, 1870, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874
(4th son of George Herbert Ladbury, of Lon-
don) ; born ,
8, St. Andrew's Place, Regent's Park, W.

Ladell, William Wykes, educated

Univ. Coll., London, a student of Lincoln's Inn
14 Nov., 1848 (then aged 19), called to the bar
9 June, 1854 (eldest son of Richard Ladell, of
London) ; bom , 1829.

Laidlay, Andrew, M.A., B.C.L.

Queen's Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn
28 April, 1869 (then aged 24), called to the bar

26 Jan., 1872 (eldest son 'of John Watson
Laidlay, Esq., of Seacliffe, Haddington, N.B.) ;
born , 1845 ; married 12 Jan., 1882,
Theophila Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Rev. C.
E. Turner, vicar of Egg Buckland, Devon.

29, Lansdowne Crescent, W. t 1. » c-

Laidlay, William James, LL.M., bt.
Peter's Coll., Camb., 187S, B.A., LL.B. 1872, a
student of the Middle Temple 6 April, 1872,



called to the bar 30 April, 1875, a member of
the Faculty of Advocates Edinburgh 1874 (2nd
son of John Watson Laidlay, Esq., of Seacliff,
CO. Haddington) ; born ,

Edinburgh.

Laing, Frederick Ninian Robert, a
student of the Middle Temple 22 May, 1880,
called to the bar 18 April, 1883 (youngest son
of late Robert Laing, of Jedburgh, N.B., solicitor,
dec.) ; born ,

7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Laing, John George, M.A. (late
fellow), St. John's Coll., Camb., 1865, B.A.
(second wrangler and Smith's prizeman) 1862,
a student of Lincoln's, Inn 21 Nov., 1863 (then
aged 24), called to the bar 6 June, l866 (2nd son
of Malcolm Laing, of Upper Canada, formerly of
Jamaica, dec.) ; born 26 Aug., 1839 ; married
14 May, 1868, Margaret, dau. of Alexander
Macdonald, Esq., late of Johnston, Aberdeenshire.
46, Ladbroke Grove, W. ; 3, New Sq., Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Laing, John Gerard, B.A. Clare
Coll., Camb., matric. London Univ. 1870, a
member of the South-eastern circuit, a student
of the Middle Temple 22 Jan., 1872, called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1874 (younger son of David
Gordon Laing, of London, builder) ; born

5, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Laing, Samuel, M.P., M.A., St.
John's Coll., Camb., 1835, B.A., second wrangler,
fellow 1832, mathematical tutor, J.P., D.L. Ork-
ney, M.P. Orkney and Shetland since Jan., 1873,
Wick 1852-7, 1859-60, and 1865-8, financial
secretary to the treasury 1859-60, finance
minister in India 1861-3, a railway commis-
sioner 1845, chairman of London and Brighton
Railway Company 1848-55, 1867, of General
Credit and Finance Company, and of Sydenham
Crystal Company 1852-5, and deputy chairman
of Great Eastern Railway Company, private
secretary to Lord Taunton, then Mr. Labou-
chere, president of the Board of Trade, fellow
of Geological, Ethnological, and Scottish Anti-
quaries' Societies, educated at Houghton-le-
Spring Grammar School, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 10 Nov., 1832 (then aged 20), called to the
bar 9 June, 1837 (eldest son of Samuel Laing,
of Papdale, Orkney); born 12 Dec, 1812;
married , 1841, Mary, dau. of Capt.

Cowan, R.N., and has issue.

Crook, Kirkwall, N.B. ; 5, Cambridge Gate, Regent's
Park, N.W. ; Reform Club, S.W.

Lake, Herbert John, M.A. New
Coll., Oxon, equity reader to Incorporated Law
Society 1877-8, a student of Lincoln's Inn
25 April, 1867 (then aged 21), called to the
bar 10 June, 1870 (4th son of Henry Lake,
of London, solicitor) ; born , 1846.

37, Kensington Square, W., or i, Hampstead Lane
Highgate, N. ; 7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W C.



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Lake, Reginald John, undergrad.
New Coll., Oxon, a member of the South-eastern
circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 9 Nov., 187 1
(then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1874
(2nd son of George Lake, Esq., of Bushey
House, Herts); born , 1850; married

6 Aug., 1879, Mary Beatrice, 5th dau. of late
John Greene, of Abbey Ruins, Bury St. Ed-
munds.
9, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Lamaison, William Engelbert, IVr.A.,
Gonville and Gains Coll., Camb., 1874, a student
of the Inner Temple 27 Oct., 1870 (then aged
23), called to the bar 7 June, 1873 (only son of
late Lawrence Leonard John William Lamaison,
of Demerara, British Guiana, bar.-at-law) ; born
, 1847; married 12 Oct., 1875, IMarian
Warlters, eldest dau. of Henry Home, Esq., of
Salmons, Caterham, Surrey.
3, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Lamb, Andrew Simon, matric. Edin-
burgh Univ., goes the South-eastern circuit, a
member of Faculty of Advocates Edinburgh 26
Nov., 1861, a student of the Inner Temple 8
Nov., 1862 (then aged 23), called to the bar
9 June, 1865 (only surviving son of Andrew
Lamb, C.E., of Southampton) ; born ,

1839-
I, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Lamb, Joseph Chatto, M.A., Jesus
Coll., Camb., 1875, a member 'of the North-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
2 May, 1872 (then aged 22), called to the bar
30 April, 1875 (2nd son of late Joseph Chatto
Lamb, Esq., late of Ryton Hall, co. Durham,
dec.) ; born , 1850.

Ryton Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Lambert, Isaac Cowley, M.A., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1 876, a member of the Midland
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 3 Nov.,
1870, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (5th son
of 'Thomas Lambert, of Surbiton Hill, co.
Surrey, merchant) ; born ,

Surbiton Hill.

Lambert, Percival Beevor, B.A.

Queen's Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn
26 Jan., 1 87 1 (then aged 25), called to the bar
17 Nov., 1873 (eldest son of Percival Lambert,
Esq., late of Hull, dec.) ; born , 1846.

25, Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Lambert, Stampa Waller, a member

of the Western circuit, a student of the Middle
Temple 15 Nov., 1879, called to the bar 21 June,
1882 (7th son of Henry Thomas Lambert, of
Anerley, Surrey, gent.) ; born ,

3, Addiscombe Villas, Croydon ; 4, Temple Gardens,
E.G.

Lambert, William, M.A. New Inn

Hall, Oxon, a member of the North-eastern
circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 27 Jan., 1875
(then aged 21), called to the bar 7 May, 1879
(only son of William Jonah Lambert, late of
Sowerby, Yorks, M.D., dec.) ; born
1854.
I, Temple Gardens, E.G.



Lambert, William Charles, M.A.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1828, a member of the Wes-
tern circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 17
Nov., 1815, called to the bar 28 May, 1824 (2nd
son of Robert Lambert, Esq., of Dorchester) ;
born ,

Steepleton Manor House, Dorchester.

Lamplugh, George Edward, matric.
King's Coll., London, a student of the Middle
Temple 24 Jan., 1881, called to the bar 17 Nov.,
18S3 (eldest son of Henry Lamplugh, of Low-
thorpe, Yorks, dec.) ; born ,

Bridlington.

Lamy, Joseph Lewis Arnold, matric.

London Univ. I S77, practises before the supreme
court at Trinidad, a student of the Inner Temple
21 May, 1878 (then aged 20), called to the bar
II May, 1 88 1 (only son of Arnold Lamy, of
Trinidad, merchant) ; born , 1858.

Port of Spain, Trinidad.

L'Amy, William Ramsay, B. A., Trin.

Coll., Camb., 1872, a student of the Inner Temple
18 Nov., 1870 (then aged 20), called to the bar 7
June, 1875 (eldest son of John Ramsay L'Amy,
Esq., of Dunkenny, co. Forfar, N.B.) ; born II
Aug., 1850 ; married 29 May, 1878, Christian,
2nd dau. of Alexander Mitchell-Innes, Esq., of
Ayton and Whitehall, co. Berwick, N.B.
107, Gromwell Road, S.W.

Lanauze, Charles Edward, practises

before the High Court at Madras, a student of
the Middle Temple 24 April, 1871, called to
the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (youngest son of late
Lieut. Lanauze, of Madras) ; born ,

Palghout, Madras.

Lancaster, Robert, a student of the

Middle Temple 10 June, 1867, called to the
bar 10 June, 1870 (2nd son of John Lancaster,
sometime of Bilton Grange, co. Warwick, late
M.P., coal and ironmaster) ; born ,

'Wolston Heath, Rugby.

Lane, Richard Ouseley Blake, B.A.

Trin. Coll., Dublin, a member of the South-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple

16 Jan., 1867 (then aged 25), called to the bar

17 Nov., 1870 (eldest son of Rev. Jeremiah
Lane, rector of Killashee, co. Kildare) ; born

, 1842.
2, Westgate Terrace, West Brompton, S.W. ; 3, Tan-
field Court, Temple, E.G.

Lane, Sidney Leveson, B.A. Christ

Church, Oxon, late capt. 1st Staff, militia, J. P.,
D.L. Yorks North Riding, a student of the
Middle Temple 19 Nov., 1853, called to the
bar 17 Nov., 1858 (2nd son of John Newton
Lane, Esq., of King's Bromley, Staff.); born
13 April, 1831 ; married 6 Jan., 1863, Mary
Isabel, Dowager Viscountess Downe, dau. ofRt.
Rev. and Hon. Richard Bagot, lord bishop of
Bath and Wells (see Foster's Peerage).

Ealdersby Park, Thirsk ; Manor House, Great Adding-
ton, Thrapstone ; 8, Bel^rave Square, S.W.



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Lane, Wilmot, commissioner of

revenue and circuit Meerut division E.I.C.S.,
a student of the Middle Temple 19 Nov., 1866,
called to the bar 6 June, l868 (4th son of
Richard Lane, Esq., of Brighton) ; born 19
Sept., 1833; married 1st, 17 Oct., 1854, Louisa
Anne, eldest dau. and co-heir of Charles
Patten Vale, Esq. ; she died 26 Sept., 1855 ;
he married zndly, 16 Dec, 1862, Martha, eldest
dau. of late Lt.-Col. Henry Roche Osborne, of
the Bengal army.
Meerut, North-west Provinces India.

Lang, Basil, acting advocate-general
Bombay 1882, a student of the Middle Temple
2 Nov., 1866, called to the bar 7 June, 1869
(4th son of James Lang, of Groom's Hill House,
Blackheath, Kent) ; born , ; married

24 Sept., 1874, Alice Sophia, 2nd dau. of Col.
Beggard, R.A.
Bombay.

Lang, John Henry Graham, B.A.

Brasenose Coll., Oxon, a student of the Inner

Temple 8 April, 1878 (then aged 19), called to

the bar 7 May, 1884 (4th son of Hugh Morris

Lang, of Broadmeadows, Selkirk, N.B.) ; born

, 1859-
Broadmeadows, Selkirk, N.B.

Langdon, Augustin WilUam, M.A.,

Trin. Coll., Camb., 1863, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 8 June, 185S (then aged 20), called to the
bar 6 June, 1861 (eldest son of Augustus Lang-
don, LL.B., of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law) ; born
28 Sept., 1837 ; married 16 Dec, 1865, Catherine
Henrietta, only dau. of late Major H. C. Baker,
of London.
Hastings, Sussex.

Lange, Johannes Henricus, LL.B.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1876, a student of the Inner
Temple 28 Jan., 1874 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 17 Nov., 1876 (eldest son. of Frederic
Henry Lange, of Uitenhage, Cape of Good
Hope) ; bom , 1853.

Uitenhage, Cape of Good Hope.

Langford, William Thomas, B.A.
Univ. Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn
27 Jan., 1869 (then aged 22), called to the bar
18 Nov., 1872 (3rd son of John William Lang-
ford, late of the Indian civil service, dec) ;
bom , 1847 ; married 10 Aug., 1880,

Mabel Fanny, eldest dau. of John S. Gilliat,
Esq., of Charleywood Cedars, Herts.

41 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. ; 8, New Court, Serle
Street, W.C.

Langley, Albert Gordon, author of
The Law of Pleading by Way of Alternative Relief,
a student of the Middle Temple 15 Jan., 1837,
certificate of honour Nov., 1857, studentship
May, 1858, called to the bar 30 April, 1859,
admitted a barrister of Lincoln's Inn adeundcm
2 Nov., 1863 (eldest son of Charles Langley, of
Chudleigh, Devon, gent.) ; born , ;

married 1st, 17 Aug., i860, Emma, 3rd dau. of
late Robert Jacorab-Hood, Esq., of Bardou
Park, CO. Leicester; she died , ;

he married 2ndly, 10 Oct., 1871, Isabella,
vsridow of Capt. Seymour, R.M.L.I.

19, Lee Terrace, Blackheath, S.E. ; 9, Old Square,
Lincoln's Inn, W.C.



Langley, Joe!, a student of the

Middle Temple 25 Feb., 1875, called to the
bar 15 May, 1878 (only surviving son of Joel
Langley, Esq., of Blackheath, Kent, dec) ; born
t •
3, Essex Court, Temple E.C.

Langlois, FranQois Ludovic Clement,
a student of the Middle Temple 3 May, 1869,
called to the bar 26 Jan., 1872 (son of Antoine
Langlois, late of Calcutta, merchant) ; born

Calcutta.

Langworthy, Edward Martin, under-

grad. New Inn Hall, Oxon, a student of the
Inner Temple 12 May, 1870 (then aged 23),
called to the bar 30 April, 1873 (only son of
George Langworthy, Esq., of Pendleton, co.
Lane.) ; born , 1847 ; married 1st, 7

March, 1874, Lady Alice Louisa Pery (formerly
wife of Capt. Hewitt, 6th dragoon guards), only
dau. of William Henry Tenison, 2nd earl of
Limerick; she died 15 June, 1 876; he married
2ndly

South America.

Langworthy, James William, equity

draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 4 May, 1848 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 8 May, 185 1 (only son of James
Hine Langworthy, of Wells House, East Acton,
Middlesex, gent.) ; born , 1827.

r5, Prince's Gardens, S.W. ; 10, Old Square, Lincoln's
Inn, W.C.

Lanigan, Stephen Charles Marttn,

B.A., Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1865, J.P. co. Tippe-
rary, went the Northern circuit, called to the
bar at King's Inns, Dublin, 1865, a student of
the Inner Temple 4 May, 1859 (then aged 18),
called to the bar II June, 1867 (eldest son of
John Lanigan, J. P., of Glenagrule, Templemore,
CO. Tipperary) ; born , 1S41 ; married

, 1870, Madeline Maria, 2nd dau. of
John Hobbs Peart, Esq., of Ardtona, co. Dublin,
and has issue.

Cedar Mount, Dundrum, co. Dublin ; 3, Stone Build»
ings, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Lankester, Edward Forbes, B.A,
(scholar) Lincoln Coll., Oxon ( 1st class lit. hum.),
1877, goes the Northern circuit, a student of
the Middle Temple 12 Jan., 1874, called to the
bar 3 July, 1878 (3rd son of Edwin Lankester,
of London, M.D., coroner) ; born 31 Jan., 1855.
3, Garden Court, or 4, Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C.

De Lapelin , Francois Claude Amable,

practises before the supreme court of the
Mauritius, a student of the Middle Temple 30
April, 1870, called to the bar 27 Jan., 1873 (son
of Francois de Lapelin, of Mauritius, landowner,
dec.) ; born ,

Port Louis, Mauritius.

De Lapeyre, Ange Edmond,practises
before the supreme court of the Mauritius, a
student of the Middle Temple I Nov., 1862, called
to the bar 30 April, 1866 (3rd son of Oscar de
Lapeyre, Esq., of Mauritius) ; born ,

Mauritius.



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Larcom, Arthur, M.A. Oriel Coll.,
Oxon, Oriental secretary Teheran 1879, entered
Foreign Office 1S71, a student of the Inner
Temple 23 Nov., 186S (then aged 21), called to
the bar 30 April, 1875 (4th son of Major-Genl.
Sir Thomas Larcom, Bart, K.C.B.) ; born loNov.,
1847 ; married 30 July, 1884, Sophie, youngest
dau. of late Alexander Perceval, Esq., of Temple
House, CO. Sligo (see Foster's Baronetage).
Upton House, Nursling, Southampton ; Teheran, Persia.

Larnach, James Walker, M.A.,
Trin. Coll., Camb., 1875, a member of the South-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
30 Dec, 187 1 (then aged 22), called to the bar
28 June, 1876 (2nd son of Donald Larnach, of
Brambletye, Sussex, banker) ; born ,

1849.

Brambletye, East Grinstead ; 21, Kensington Palace
Gardens, W.

Lascelles, Arthur Rowley William,

a student of the Inner Temple 4 June, 1866
(then aged 36), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1868
(2nd son of Francis Lascelles, Esq., of Hamp-
stead, Middlesex) ; born , 1830.



Lascelles, Francis Henry, F.S.A.,

LL.B., Trin. Hall, Camb., 1854, author oi Horse
Warranty and of Law of Juvenile Offenders,
J. P. Surrey, a member of the South-eastern
circuit, practised before the High Court at
Madras and Calcutta, secretary to Earl Marshal,
Duke of Norfolk, 1870-2, a student of the Inner
Temple 14 April, 1862 (then aged 37), certifi-
cate of honour ist class Trin., 1864, called
to the bar 6 June, 1864 (eldest son of Francis
Lascelles, Esq., late of Glandolfan, co. Pembroke,
dec); born 16 Jan., 1825; married 30 May, 1S50,
Mary, dau. of Samuel Nevile Ward, Esq., of
Baston Hyes, Kent (see Foster's Peerage, V.
Molesworth).

Noyaddwilim, Cardigan ; Reform, New University,
and St. George's Clubs.

Lascelles, Hon. George Edwin,
registrar of Yorkshire West Riding, J. P. North
and West Riding, capt. Yorkshire yeomanry
hussars 1859-69, educated at Merton Coll., Oxon,
a student of the Inner Temple 16 April, 1849
(then aged 22), called to the bar 30 April, 1852
(3rd son of Henry, 3rd earl of Harewood) ;
born :g Oct., 1826; married 21 July, 185 1,
Lady Louisa Nina Murray, dau. of William
David, 4th earl of Mansfield, and has issue
(see Foster's Peerage),
Sion Hill, Thirsk ; Junior Carlton Club, S.W.

Lascelles, John, a student of the
Middle Temple 26 April, 1834, called to the bar
23 Nov., 1838 (eldest son of Rowley Lascelles,
Esq., of the Middle Temple, bar.-at-law) ; born
, ; married 24 July, 1847, Rosina,

eldest dau. of F. W. Masterman, Esq,, of Alcot,
near Calcutta.



Lascelles, Rev. John, M.A., Clare
Coll., Camb., 1877 (B.A. 1863), vicar of Sheriff
Hutton, Yorks, since 18S0, curate of Slingsby
1879-80, author oi Locai Government and Sani-
tary Law Reform, a student of the Middle
Temple 20 Nov., 1862, called to the bar 30
April, 1866 (only son of Robert Morley Las-
celles, of Slingsby, Yorks, surgeon) ; born 13
May, 1841.
Sherifif Hutton Vicarage, Yorks.

Lascelles, Percy Pellew, a member
of the South Wales circuit, a student of the
Inner Temple 16 Nov., 1872 (then aged 24),
called to the bar 3 July, 1878 (4th son of Rowley
Lascelles, Esq., of Pencraig, co. Cardigan, bar.-
at-law) ; born , 1848 ; married 5 Sept.,
1878, Lilias Frances Anne, 5th dau. of Henry
Woodcock, Esq., of Bank House, Wigan, and
of Bolnore, Sussex.

Care of Bolnore, Hayward's Heath.

Lascelles, Rowley, J. P. Cardigan-
shire, a member of the South Wales circuit,
a student of the Inner Temple 26 March, 1828,
called to the bar 7 June, 1833 (3rd son of
Francis Lascelles, Esq., of Plymouth) ; born

, 1807; married , 1835, Mary

Albinia, dau. of late Thomas Hastings, Esq.,
4th light dragoons, and has issue.
Pencraig, Boncath, R. S.O., Cardiganshire.

Latham, Francis Law, acting puisne
judge Bombay 1882, advocate-general Bombay
1880-1, B.A. Brasenose Coll., Oxon, author of
Law of Window Lights, joint editor of 2nd
edn. oi Shelf ord's Law of Joint Stock Companies,
a student of the Inner Temple 31 July, 1861
(then aged 23), called to the bar 6 June, 1864
(2nd son of late John Latham, of Bradwall
Hall, Cheshire, D.C.L.) ; born 5 Aug., 1837 ;
married 8 Aug., 1865, Lucy Caroline, younger
dau. of Rev. C. E. Hutchinson, vicar of Amportte
and canon residentiary of Chichester.

Bombay.

Latham, George William, M.A.,

Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 1852, J.P. Cheshire,
went the North Wales and Chester circuit, a
student of the Inner Temple I June, 1849 (then
aged 22), called to the bar 7 June, 1852 (eldest
son of John Latham, Esq., of Bradwall Hall,
Cheshire) ; born 4 May, 1827; married 21 Aug.,
1856, Elizabeth Sarah, eldest dau. of late Rev.
H. Luttman Johnson, of Binderton House,
Sussex, and has issue.
Bradwall Hall, Sandbach.

Latham, Thomas, B.A., St. John's
Coll., Camb., 1874, a member of the Western
circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 22 Dec,
1871 (then aged 24), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1874 (eldest son of Henry Latham, Esq., a
registrar of the High Court of Chancery) ; born
, 1847; married 2 Sept., 1876, Mary
Hai riet, 4th dau. of late Rev. J. Bazett Doveton,
M.A., rector of Burnet.

Lamb Buildings, Temple, E.C.



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Latham, William, M.A., Trin. Coll.,

Camb., 1862, occasional assistant endowed
schools commissioner 1872-80, a student of
Lincoln's Inn 15 April, 1857 (then aged 20),
called to the bar 30 April, i860 (2nd son of
Alfred Latham, Esq., of London) ; bom 9 Dec,
1836; married 20 Dec, 1862, Harriet, youngest
dau. of Francis Mowatt, Esq., of London.

18, Airlie Gardens, Campden Hill, W. ; 11, New
Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Lathbury, Daniel Conner, B.A.
Brasenose Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 22 Nov., 1855 (then aged 24), called to the
bar 7 June, 1858 (eldest son of Rev. Thomas
Lathbury, of Bristol); born , 1831 ; mar-

ried 28 April, 1868, Bertha Penrose, youngest
dau. of Bonamy Price, Esq., of London.

I, Oxford and Cambridge Mansions, Marylebone
Road, W. ; 9, New Square, W.C.

Latimer, John Paddon, a member
of the Western circuit, a student of the Middle
Temple 25' May, 1866, called to the bar 30
April, 1869 (eldest son of Isaac Latimer, of
Plymouth) ; bom ,

1, New Court, Temple, E.C.

Latter, Bertram Henry, B.A., Christ
Church, Oxon, 1881, a member of the South-
eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple
16 Jan., 1880 (then aged 21), called to the bar
26 Jan., 1883 (3rd son of Robinson Latter, of
Bromley, Kenl^ solicitor) ; born , 1859.

2, Pump Court, Temple, E.G.

Laughton, George, a senior clerk
House of Commons since 1884, assistant clerk
1868-84, a student of the Middle Temple 7 Feb.,
1868, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1871 [only son
of late CoL John Laughton, royal (Bengal)
engineers] ; born ,

64, Ebury Street, S.W. ; Journal Office, House of
Commons.



Laurence, (Hon.) Perceval Maitland,
LL.M., Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1879, B.A.
(fellow) 1876, judge of supreme court of Cape
Colony (High Court of Griqualand) since 1882,
sometime classical tutor Cavendish Coll., lec-
turer and examiner Corpus Christi Coll.,
senior Whewell scholar and members' prize-
man Camb. Univ. 1877, York prizeman 1878,
chancellor's gold medallist for legal studies
1879, admitted to bar of supreme court of Cape
Colony 1880, examiner in literature at Cape of
Good Hope Univ. 1881, author of The Law and
Custom of Primogeniture, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 29 June, 1875 ('hen aged 21), Tancred
common law student, called to the bar 18 Nov.,
1878 (eldest son of Rev. Perceval Laurence,
rector of South Ockendon, Essex) ; born 20

April, 1854.

Kimberley, Griqualand West, South Africa ; Reform
and Savile Clubs, S.W. ; Kimberley Club.

Laurent, (Camille) Henri Octave,

laureate of the Royal Coll. of Mauritius, matric
London Univ. 1877, a student of the Middle
Temple 19 Nov., 1880, called to the bar 6 June,
1883 (son of Camille Henri Laurent) ; born



Laurie, James Stuart, sometime
H.M.'s inspector of schools, late director of
public instruction Ceylon, a student of the
Inner Temple 2 Nov., 1867 (then aged 35),
called to the bar 6 June, 1871 (2nd son of late
Rev. James Laurie, of Edinburgh) ; born

, 1832 ; married 7 Oct., 1875, Emily Sera-
fina, eldest dau. of Frederick G. Mylrea, Esq.,
of London.
Care of 22, Manchester Square, W.

Laurie, Lewis Kossuth, assistant

commissioner Central Provinces India, a student
of the Middle Temple i June, 1871, called to the
bar 17 Nov., 1876 (2nd son of Joseph Laurie, of
London, M.D.) ; born , ; mar-

ried 18 June, 1881, Lilian Maud, eldest dau. of
Surgeon-Major John Brake, principal of Nag-
pore Medical School.
Care of 18, Westbourne Park Road, W.

Laurie, Reginald Peter Northall,
M.A., St. John's Coll., Camb., 1878, of the com-
mission of lieutenancy for the city of London,
J. P. Middlesex, a student of Lincoln's Inn 27
Dec, 1871 (then aged 19), called to the bar 17
Nov., 1875 (only son of Peter Northall Laurie,
of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law) ; bom ,

1852.

Wrinsted Court, Sittingboume ; 7, Stratton Street, W.

Lavalliere, Theodore, sometime dis-
trict judge of Colombo, Ceylon, a student of



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