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where he was called to the bar 25 April, 1877
(youngest son of Sir George Philip Lee, late
of Windlesham Court, Surrey, Knt, dec) ; born

16, Stanhope Gardens, S.W. ; 3, Serle Street, W.C.

Lee, Frederick, M.A., St. "John's Coll.,
Camb., 1867, a member of the South-eastern
circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 9 Oct.,
1862 (then aged 22), called to the bar 9 June,
1865 (5th son of Henry Lee, Esq., of Balham,
Surrey) ; born , 1840.

6, New Square, W.G.

Lee, John Bridges, M.A., Sidney
Sussex Coll., Camb., 1874, practises before the
High Court at Calcutta, Lahore, and Allahabad,
a student of the Inner Temple 8 June, 1872
(then aged 22), called to the bar 28 June, 1876
(eldest son of John Lee, of Great Yarmouth) ;
born , 1850; married 10 April, 1S83,

Mary, eldest dau. of late Rev. J. N. Merk,
C.M.S.
Calcutta.

Lee, Joseph Henry Warburton, M.A.
(scholar) Corpus Christi Coll., Oxon, a student of
Lincoln's Inn IoNov.,1876 (then aged 2i), called
to the bar 18 April, 1883 (only son of Joseph
Henry Lee, of Redbrook House, Flints, J. P.,
land agent) ; born 16 April, 1855.
Redbrook House, Whitchurch, Salop.

Lee, Lawford Yate, M.A., Emmanuel

Coll., Camb., 1863, author of Law and Practice
of Bankruptcy, a student of Lincoln's Inn 23 Jan.,
i860 (then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov.,
1864 (eldest son of John Yate Lee, of Bebing-
ton, Cheshire, and of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law) ;
bom 17 June, 1838; married 23 Sept., iSfS,



Emma Marian, youngest dau. of late Lt.-Col.
Alexander Wilton Dashwood, and has issue
(see Foster's Baronetage).
II, Gloucester Square, W. ; 61, Carey Street, W.C.

Lee, Samuel, M.A., Christ Coll.,

Camb., 1866, member of Board of Examiners

to Inns of Court 1877-8, 1881-3, a student of

Lincoln's Inn I May, 1869 (then aged 32),

called to the bar 26 Jan., 1872 (2nd son of John

Lee, late of Whitchurch, Salop, dec.) ; born

- 1837-
7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.G.

Lee, Thomas Richard, B.A., Pembroke
Coll., Camb., 1877, a student of Lincoln's Inn 24
Jan., 1880 (then aged 25), called to the bar 26
Jan., 1885 (2nd son of Ven. William Lee, late
archdeacon of Dublin, dec.) ; born ,

■855-

128, PortsdownRoad, Maida Vale, W.

Lee, William John, M.A. St. John's

Coll., Camb., a student of the Inner Temple 15
Nov., 1878 (then aged 22), a studentship in
equity 1881, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1882
(eldest son of Rev. William Lee, D.D., professor
of church history in Glasgow Univ.) ; born
, 1856.
4, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Leech, George Crampton, B.A. Trin.
Coll., Dublin, practises before the supreme
court of Victoria, a student of Lincoln's Inn
17 Nov., 1849 (then aged 25), went to the
Inner Temple 2 June, 1852, where he was
called to the bar 9 June, 1854 (youngest son
of John Leech, of Ennis, co. Clare) ; born
, 1824.
Castlemaine, Victoria.

Leech, William Ansdell, B.A., Ema-
nuel Coll., Camb., 1868, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 16 Nov., 1866 (then aged 24), called to the
bar 10 June, 1870 (eldest son of Rev. John
Leech, of Mitchelstown, co. Cork) ; born 30
Sept., 1842; married 20 April, 1867, Florence
Bothwell, youngest dau. of William Whitehead,
Esq., of Coggeshall, Essex.

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

Leeke, Samuel, B.A. (honours), Trin.

Coll., Camb., 1870, joint lord of the manors of
Portsea, Copnor, and Milton in island of Port-
sea, Hants, a student of the Inner Temple 11
Nov., 1869 (then aged 21), called to the bar
30 April, 1S73, admitted a barrister of Lincoln's
Inn ad cmidcm Nov., 1883 (4th son of Rev.
William Leeke, of Holbrooke Hall, co. Derby) ;
born 22 March, 1848; married 7 May, 1875,
Constance Jane, eldest dau. of Abel Chapman,
Esq., of Woodford, Essex.

Porlock, Somerset ; Sunfield Terrace, Blackheath ; 3,
Stone Buildings, W.C.

Leeming, Richard Brettargh, a stu-
dent of the Middle Temple 7 Jan., 18S2, went
to the Inner Temple 20 Oct., 1884, where he
was called to the bar 17 Nov., 1884 (eldest son
of Richard Leeming, of Greaves House, Scot-
forth, CO. Lane, merchant) ; born
Greaves House, Scotforth, co. Lancaster.



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273



Lees, James Arthur, B.A. Univ.
Coll., Oxon, from Eton, J. P. co. Lane, a student
of the Inner Temple 21 Nov., 1873 (aged 21)
called to the bar n May, 1 88 1 (eldest son of
James Lees, J.P., of Alkrington Hall, co. Lane,
gent.) ; born 14 July, 1852 ; married 5 Sept.,
1882, Lucy Jane, 2nd dau. of Rev. Charles John
Martyn, M.A., rector of Long Melford, Suffolk.
Alkrington Hall, Middleton; i, St. James' Sq. Manchester.

Lees, Thomas Orde Hastings, B.A.

Trin. Coll., Dublin, chief constable Northamp-
tonshire constabulary, formerly sub-inspector
royal Irish constabulary, went the Midland
circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 24 Jan.,
1871, called to the bar 9 June, 1880 (only son
of Rev. John Lees, M.A., rector of Annadown,
CO. Galway, dec.) ; born 22 Feb., 1846 ; married
24 Aug., 1871, Grace, only child and sole heir
of Joshua Wigley Bateman, Esq., of Thornely
Hall, Northants, secretary to duchy of Corn-
vjrall (see Foster's Baronetage).

St. Giles' Square, Northampton : 40, Hans Place,
Sloane Street, S.W. ; i, Elm Court, Temple, E.G.

Leese, Joseph Francis, B.A. London
Univ. 1864 and a member of Convocation, a
member of the Northern circuit, J.P. Lancashire,
a student of the Inner Temple n Nov., 1864
(then aged 19), called to the bar 30 April, 1868
(•2nd son of Josepli Leese, Esq., of Altrincham,
Cheshire) ; born , 1845.

Sendholme, near Wokingham ; Winkley Square,
Preston; 3, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G.

Leeson, Hubert Seymour, a student
of the Inner Temple 10 June, 1859 (aged 17),
called to the bar 17 Nov., 1862, admitted a
barrister of Lincoln's Inn ad eundem 5 Feb.,
1874 (eldest son of John Leeson, of Chiswick,
Middlesex) ; bom , 1842; mar. 7 May,

1878, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of late Richard Ran-
dall, Esq., of Abbey Wood, Kent, and has issue.
Chiswick, Middlesex.

Shaw-Lefevre, Rt. Hon. George
John, P.C, postmaster-general since 1884,
with a seat in the cabinet Feb., 1885, M.P.
Reading since 1864, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb.,
1858, from Eton, first commissioner of works
and public buildings Nov., 1880, to Nov., 1884,
a deep sea fishery commissioner 1863-4, civil
lord of the admiralty in 1866, secretary to Board
of Trade 1868-71, under-secretary home depart-
ment Jan. to March, 1871, secretary to the ad-
miralty 1871-4 and April to Nov., 1880, P.C.
16 Dec, 1880, member of council London Univ.
1876-7, president Statistical Society 1877-9,
a student of the Inner Temple 8 Nov., 1852
(then aged 21), called to the bar 30 April,
1856, bencher 24 Nov., 1882 (only son of
Sir John George Shaw-Lefevre, of London,
K.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S.) ; born ,

1832; married 24 March, 1874, Lady Constance
Emily Moreton, dau. of Henry John, 3rd earl
of Ducie (see Foster's Peerage, V. Eversley).

Oldbury Place, Ightham, Kent ; 18, Bryanston Square,
W.C. ; Athenaeum and Brooks' Clubs.

Lefroy, Alfred Henry, LL.B. Trin.
Coll., Camb., a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Jan.,
1878 (then aged 21), called to the bar 29 June,
1881 (5th son of Thomas Paul Lefroy, Q.C., of



Ardmore, Bray, co. Wicklow, a judge of county
courts Ireland) ; born , 1857.

I, Mitre Court Buildings, Temple, E.G.

Lefroy, Augustus Henry Frazer,
M.A. New Coll., Oxon, 1880 (from Rugby),
2nd class Lit. Hum. 1875, official reporter
of Chancery Division High Court of Justice
Ontario 1882, one of the editors of the Canada
haw Journal, joint author of Lefroy and
Cassel's Notes of Practice Cases (Toronto 1883),
called to the bar of Ontario 21 May, 1878,
a student of the Inner Temple 23 Jan., 1874
(then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1877
(2nd son of Lt.-Genl. Sir John Henry Lefroy,
K.C.M.G., C.B.) ; born 27 June, 1852; married
22 Sept., 1884, Mary Theodora, 2nd dau. of
H. S. Strathy, Esq., of Toronto (see Foster's
Baronetage).
68, Church St.,Toronto, Canada ; New University Club

Lefroy, Clement George, undergrad.
Christ Church, Oxon, a student of the Inner
Temple i May, 1871 (then aged 21), called to
the bar 10 May, 1876 (2nd son of late Charles
Edward Lefroy, Esq., of Itchel Manor, Hants,
dec.) ; born , 1850.

Lefroy, Francis Paul, LL.B. Trin.
Coll., Camb., a student of Lincoln's Inn 24
Nov., 1877 (then aged 20), called to the bar 17
Nov., 1881 (5th son of Very Rev. Jefifry Lefroy,
of Loughbricldand, co. Down, dean of Dromore) ;
born II Jan., 1857; mar. 2 Sept., 1884, Beatrice
Mary, dau. of late F. Shand, Esq., of Liverpool.

Perth. Western Australia.

Lefroy, Henry George, major late

44th regt. 1881, retired half-pay 1883, educated
at Rugby, amember of the Western circuit 1883,
a student of the Inner Temple 9 May, 1878 (then
aged 31), called to the bar 21 June, 1882
(eldest son of Lt.-Genl. Sir John Henry Lefroy,
K.C.M.G., C.B.) ; born 21 Feb., 1847; married
26 July, 1881, Blanche, dau. of late R, W.
Wynne, Esq., of Bronywendon, co. Denbigh
(see Foster's Baronetage).

10, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. ; Naval and
Military Club, Piccadilly.

Lefroy, Thomas Edward Preston,

county court judge (circuit No. 55) 1868-80,
retired on pension, a student of the Middle
Temple 12 Nov., 1833, called to the bar 7 June,
1844 (3rd son of Antony Lefroy, Esq., of Fulford,
Yorks) ; born 30 Aug., 1815; married 9 Sept.,
1846, Anna Jemima, eldest dau. of late Rev.
Benjamin Lefroy, of Ashe, Hants; she died 17
Oct., 1855, leaving issue.
Cambray, Bournemouth.

Lefroy, William Chambers, B.A
Christ Church, Oxon, assistant commissioner of
charities since 1883, a student of Lincoln's Inn
23 Jan., 1873 (then aged 23), called to the bar
26 Jan., 1876 (only son of Thomas Edward
Preston Lefroy, of the Middle Temple, late
judge of county courts) ; born 2 Feb., 1849.

Legall, Aristide, practises before the
supreme court of the Mauritius, a student of
the Middle Temple I Nov., 1845, called to the
bar 26 Jan., 1855 (only son of Leon Olivier
Legall, of the Mauritius, gent.) ; born
Mauritius

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Legge, Rev. Alfred Arthur Kaye,
MA., Christ Church, Oxon, 1868, curate of St.
Giles, Reading, 1884, of St. George, Wolver-
hampton, 1869-71, vicar of St. Andrew, Wigan,
1871-8, curate in charge of Beckbury, Salop,
1878-80, a student of the Inner Temple 20 Nov.,
i860 (then aged 21), called to the bar I May
1865 (2nd son of Col. the Hon. Arthur Charles
Legge, of Caynton, Salop) ; born 31 July, 1839
(see Foster's Peerage, E. Dartmouth).
St. Giles' Clergy House, Reading.

Legge, Edward, journalist, war cor-
respondent for the Irish Times 1870 (with the
German army), afterwards on the staff of the
Morning Post, founded (late editor) the White-
hall Review 1876, has been editor of Life, a
student of the Middle Temple 15 Jan., 1872,
called to the bar 30 April, 1875 (2nd son of
George Legge, late of Romsey, Hants, dec).
8, Oval Road, Regent's Park, N.W.

Lehmann, Rudolph Chambers, M.A.
Trin. Coll., Camb., a member of the South-
eastern circuit, joint author of Cases Overrided
1 756- 1 884, a student of the Inner Temple 6
Nov., 1875 (then aged 19), called to the bar 21
April, 1880 (eldest son of Frederick Lehmann,
of London, merchant) ; born , 1856.

41, Pall Mall, S.W.; 6, Crown Office Row.Temple, E.G.

Leigh, Cholmeley Austen, B.A. (late
fellow) Trin, Coll., Oxon, a member of council
King's Coll., London, a student of Lincoln's Inn
17 Nov., 1852 (then aged 23), called to the bar
30 April, 1856 (eldest son of Rev. James Edward
Austen Leigh, late vicar of Bray, Berks, dec.) ;
born 26 Sept., 1829; mar. in Westminster Abbey
7 Jan., 1864, Melesina Mary, eldest dau.of Most
Rev. and Rt. Hon. Richard Chenevix Trench,
D.D., late archbishop of Dublin, formerly dean of
Westminster (see Yozi&r^s Peerage,^. Ashtown),
22, Westbourne Terrace, W. ; 3, Serle Street, W.C.

Leigh, Hon. Edward Chandos, Q.C.,
M.A., Oriel Coll., Oxon, 1858, sometime fellow
and sub-warden All Souls' Coll., Oxon, recorder
of Nottingham since 1881, of Stamford 1S64-81,
counsel to speaker of House of Commons and
examiner of election recognizances since 1883,
J.P. CO. Warwick, late a revising barrister on
the Midland circuit, educated at Harrow, a
student of the Inner Temple i March, 1856
(then aged 23), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1859,
Q.C, 21 March, 1881 (2nd son of Chandos, 1st
Lord Leigh) ; born 22 Dec, 1832 ; married i
June, 1871, Katherine Fanny, eldest dau. of late
James Rigby, Esq., D.L., of Moss House, Lanca-
shire, and has issue (see Foster's Peerage).

45, Upper Grosvenor Street, W. ; Farrar's Euildincs,
Temple, E.C. ; Brooks' Club, S.W.

Leigh, Henry, a revising barrister on
the Western circuit since 1877, a reporter for
Law Times in Queen's bench division, a student
of the Middle Temple 20 Jan., 1842, called to the
bar 18 April, 1845 (eldest son of Henry James
Leigh, late of Taunton, Somerset, gent, dec),
3.' Plowden Buildings, Temple, E.C.

Austen-Leigh,William,M.A., King's

Coll., Camb., l858, fellow 1864 and bursar since
1876, sixth in ist class classical tripos 1865
(from Eton), clerk in the House of Lords since
Dec, 1869, in legacy duty office 1868-9, a stu-



dent of Lincoln's Inn 22 April, 1869 (then aged
25), called to the bar 30 April, 1873 (7th son of
Rev. James Edward Austen-Leigh, late vicar of
Bray, Berks, dec.) ; born 11 May, 1843.

House of Lords ; 2, Norfolk Crescent, W. ; King's
College, Cambrdge.

Leighton, Stanley, M.P. North Shrop-
shire since 1876, M.A., Balliol Coll., Oxon, 1861,
from Harrow, J.P. Salop and Montgomeryshire,
late capt. 15th Shropshire volunteers, a member
of the Oxford circuit, a student of the Inner
Temple 24 Jan., 1859 (then aged 21), called
to the bar 18 Nov., 1861 (2nd son of Sir Baldwyn
Leighton, Bart., M.P.) ; born 13 Oct., 1837 ;
married 28 Aug., 1S75, Jessie Marie, dau. of
Henry Bertie Watkin Williams- Wynn, Esq.,
of Nant-y-Meiched, Montgomeryshire, and has
issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

Sweeney Hall, Oswestry ; Carlton, Athenaeum, and
Oxford & Cambridge Clubs.

Leith, Edward Tyrrell, LL.M., Trin.
Hall, Camb., 1S69, Government professor of law
at the Bombay Univ., a student of the Middle
Temple 17 Jan., 1862, called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1866 (2nd son of John Farley Leith, Q.C, bencher
of the Middle Temple, late M.P.) ; born 12
March, 1842; married 25 Nov., 1 875, Evelyn
Mary, dau. of John Dawson, Esq., of London ;
she died 10 May, 1877, leaving a dau.
Bombay.

Leith, John Farley, Q.C, M.A.

Marischal Coll. and Univ. Aberdeen, M.P.
Aberdeen 1872-80, practised before the High
Court at Calcutta, a student of the Middle
Temple 18 June, 1S25, called to the bar 25
June, 1830, Q.C. I Nov., 1S72, bencher 7 May,
1874 (eldest son of James Urquhart Murray
Leith, Esq., of Barrach, co. Aberdeen, dec);
born 5 May, 1808; married I June, 1832, Alicia
Anne, dau. of late Samuel Tomkins, Esq., of
London ; she died , , leaving issue.

St. Mary's Priory, Prittlewell, Essex ; S, Dorset Square,
N.W. ; 5, Paper Buildings.Temple, E.C. ; Brooks' Club.

Leith, William Ernest Gordon, B.A.
Trin. Hall, Camb., practises before the High
Court at Calcutta, went the South-eastern cir-
cuit, a student of the Middle Temple 16 June,
1S76, called to the bar 7 May, l879(youngest son
of John Farley Leith, Esq., Q.C, bencher of the
Middle Temple, late M.P.) ; born 19 April, 1855.
7.9, .Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W. ; c. Paper
Buildmgs, Temple, E.C.

Leitner, Gottlieb William, M.A.,
Ph.D. (Freiburg 1862), LL.D., D.C.L., principal
of the Government Coll. and of the Oriental
Coll. at Lahore, registrar (and founder) of the
Univ. of the Punjab, late on special duty with
the Indian Education Commission, fellow 1864
and five years lecturer (1859) and professor
(1861) of Arabic with Mahommedan language
King's Coll., London, first class interpreter to
the British commissariat during the Russian
war 1855-6, discovered the languages and
races of Dardistan 1866, author of Philosophical
Grammar of Arabic, The Simn-id-Islam, The
History of Turkey, The History of Dardistan,




Lahore, India.



MEN-AT-THE-BAR,



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Lely, John Mountney, M.A. Magdalen

Coll., Oxon (1st clabs moderations, 2nd class clas-
sics), a member of the Oxford circuit, editor of
Wharton's Law Lexicon, editor of Chiitys
Statutes of Practical Utility, joint author of
Agricultural Holdings Acts, editor of Hodges'
Law of Railways, editor of WoodfaU's Law of
Landlord and Tenant, nth and 12th editions,
joint author oi Lely and Foulkes' Licensing Acts
1828-74 and of The Judicature Acts 1873 and
1875, etc., author oi Law of Municipal Corpora-
tions, a student of the Inner Temple 26 April,
1866 (then aged 26), called to the bar 26 Jan.,
1869 (younger son of late John Lely Ostler,
Esq., of Cawthorpe, co. Lincoln) ; born 12
Aug., 1839; married 17 July, 1869, Mary Letitia,
dau. of late Major George Carr, 21st Bengal
N.L, and has a dau.

23, Sumner Place, South Keusington, S.W. ; i, Kiug's
Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.

Lemiere, Hippolyte, practises before
the supreme court of the Mauritius, a student
of the Middle Temple 16 Nov., 1864, called to
the bar il June, 1867 (2nd son of H. Lemiere,
of Port Louis, Mauritius, merchant) ; bom
Port Louis, Mauritius.

Lemon, Frank Edward, LL.B., Trin.
Coll., Camb., 1884, B.A. 1883, matric. London
Univ. 1879, a student of Lincoln's Inn II Nov.,
1881 (then aged 22), called to the bar 25 June,
1884 (2nd son of William George Lemon, of
Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law) ; born , 1859.

Lemon, William George, LL.B.

London Univ. 1866, B.A. 1853, joint author of
Commentaries of Gatus and a member of
Convocation, a student of Lincoln's Inn 21
Nov., 1863 (then aged 32), called to the bar
6 June, 1866 (2nd son of James Lemon, of
Piccadilly, London, gent) ; born , 1831.

Montpelier Lodge, Blackheath, S.E. ; 2, New Square,
Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Lempriere, Charles, undergrad. St.
John's Coll., Oxon, a member of the Western
circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 4 Nov.,
1839 (then aged 21), called to the bar 22 Nov.,
1844 (3rd surviving son of Rev. John Lem-
priere, D.D., late of Shaldron, Devon, dec.) ;
bom , 1818.

Lempriere, Reginald Raoul, M.A.

Hertford Coll., Oxon, from Winchester Coll.,
capt. (reserve) royal Jersey light in-
fantry, constable of the municipality of St.
Martin's, Jersey, 1880-3, advocate of royal
court Jersey, a student of the Inner Temple

20 Nov., 1872 (then aged 20), called to the
bar 7 June, 1875 (only son of Rev. William
Lempriere, of Rozel Manor, Jersey) ; born 8

Dec, 185 1. , . , ,

St. Helier's and St. Martin s, Jersey.

Barrett - Lennard, Thomas, J.P.

Essex, author of The Married Women's Property
Ad a student of the Middle Temple 25 Jan.,
1877, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1879 (eldest
son of Sir Thomas Barrett-Lennard, Bart.,
of Belhus, Essex) ; born 25 Oct., 1853 ; married

21 June, 1884, Mary, only surviving dau. of
Rev. Canon Price, vicar of Llanarth (see
Foster's Baronetage).

4, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's .Inn, W.C. ; Lancaster
House, the Savoy, Strand,



Lenthall, Francis Kyffin, recorder
of Woodstock since 1858, assistant revising
barrister for county and city of Worcester
1868 and for Gloucestershire 1869, a member
of the Oxford circuit, a student of Lincoln's
Inn 19 April, 1841 (then aged 17), called to
the bar I May, 1846 (3rd son of KifSn John
William Lenthall, Esq., of Besselaleigh, Berks) ;
born 30 March, 1824.
Athenaeum Cluh.

Leonard, Patrick Marcellinus, M.A.,

Trin. Coll., Dublin, 1846, judge of county courts
(circuit No. 51) since 1874, author oiPrecedenls
of Pleading in Equity in the County Courts, a
student of Lincoln's Inn 26 Jan., 1844 (then
aged 21), called to the bar 28 Jan., 1847 (eldest
son of Stephen John Leonard, Esq., of Dublin) ;
bom , June, 182 1; married 15 Nov.,

1855, Mary, 2nd dau. of late John Pearson,
Esq., of Tandridge .Hall, Surrey.

Kerrfield, Winchester ; Queen's Fort, Tuam, CO.
Galway ; Athenaeum Club.

Leonard, Samuel Henry, M.A.,

B.C.L. Lincoln Coll., Oxon, a member of the
Western circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn
7 June, 1877 (then aged 22), Tancred common
law student and studentship Trin., 1878, called
to the bar 17 Nov., 1880 (eldest son of John
Hare Leonard, of Highbury, Middlesex) ; born
7 July, 1854.

44, Highbury Hill, N. ; 7, King's Bench Walk,
Temple, E.C.

Leresche, 6erard Sunderland,

B.A. St. John's Coll., Camb., a student of the
Middle Temple 13 Nov., 1880, called to the bar
6 June, 1883 (eldest son of John Henry Proctor
Leresche, of Manchester, bar.-at-law) ; born

I •

60, King Street, Manchester.

Leresche, John Henry Proctor,

deputy recorder of Manchester, a member of
the Northern circuit, a student ef the Middle
Temple 26 Jan., 1844, called to the bar 29 Jan.,
1847 (eldest son of Samuel Leresche, of Man-
chester, gent, dec.) ; bom ■, 1
60, King Street, Manchester.

Waldegrave-Leslie, Hon. George,

F.R.G.S., M.P. Hastings 1859-68, capt. 6th Fife-
shire volunteers smce 1859, assistant librarian
House of Commons 1847-51, official secretary
to the speaker 1855-61, private secretary to Sir
George Grey (home secretary) 1863-4, D.L.
Fifeshire 1861, a member of council of King's
Coll., London, 1863, etc., a student of the Mid-
dle Temple 30 April, 1846, called to the bar
8 June, 1849 (3rd son of William, 8th Earl
Waldegrave, admiral R.N., C.B.) ; born 30
Sept, 1825; married 22 Jan., 1861, Henrietta
Anderson-Morshead, Countess of Rothes (see
Foster's Peerage).

10, Park Street, Grosvenor Square, W. ; Leslie House,
Leslie, Fife ; Athenaeum Club.



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Leslie, John, M.A. Christ Church,
Oxon, a student of King's Inns, Dublin, Hilary,
1836, called to the bar Trin., 1840, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 24 May, 1836, went to the
Middle Temple 13 Jan., 1841, where he was
called to the bar 29 Jan., 1841 (2nd son of Rt.
Rev. John Leslie, D.D., bishop of Kilmore,
Elphin, and Ardagh) ; born 3 Nov., 1814; mar-
ried 31 July, 1855, Eliza Maria, dau. of Rev.
Jasper Peck, of Bath, and has issue (see Foster's
Baronetage).

Albury, Guildford.

Leslie, John William St. Lawrance,
a student of Lincoln's Inn 27 June, 1881 (then
aged 24), called to the bar 25 June, 1884 (eldest
s©n of John Leslie, of Aibury, Surrey, and of
the Middle Temple, bar.-at-law) ; born 17 Oct.,
1S56 (see Foster's Baronetage').
Albury, Guildford.

Lester, Florace Francis, B.A. Univ.
Coll., Oxon, goes the Western circuit, a student
of Lincoln's Inn 5 Nov., 1875 (then aged 22),
called to the bar 7 May, 1879 (2nd son of
late Major-Genl. Frederic William Lester,
Bombay artillery) ; born , 1853.

S, Merton Street, Oxford ; i, Essex Court, or 3, Elm
Court, Temple, E.C.

Lethbridge, Roper, CLE., M.A.

Exeter Coll.,Oxon,attached to Indian foreign de-
partment with rank of political agent since 1878,
late press commissioner with Government of
India, author of A History of India (Mac-
millan). High Education in India^ editor of
Calcutta Quarterly Review 187 1-8, a student of
the Inner Temple 14 April, 1864 (then aged
23), called to tfie bar 9 June, 1880 (eldest son
of late Ebenezer Lethbridge, of Ste. Adresse,
France, gent.) ; born 23 Dec, 1840 ; married 12
July, 1865, Eliza, dau. of Washington Finlay,
Esq., late of Ste. Adresse, France, dec, and
has issue (see Foster's Our Noble and Gentle
Faniilies).

19, Clanricarde Gardens, W. ; 3, Westminster Cham-
bers, Victoria Street, S.W.

Lethbridge, William, M.A., St.

John's Coll., Camb., 1853, a student of Lin-
coln's Inn 28 Jan., 1859 (then aged 33), called
to the bar 18 Nov., 1861 (eldest son of William
Lethbridge, Esq., late of Kilworthy, Devon,
dec.) ; born ,

71, Portland Place, W-

Leupholt, John Cunningham, district
ana sessions judge Moradabad, a student of the
Middle Temple 12 Nov., 1S72, called to the bar
17 Nov., 1 88 1 (eldest son of Rev. Charles
Benjamin Leupholt, of Segra, Benares, North-
west Provinces India) ; born ,
Phllibeck, Zilla, Eareilly, India.

Leversage, Peter, a student of the

Middle Temple 12 Nov., 1842, called to the
bar 21 Nov., 1845 (only son of Peter Lever-
sage, Esq., of Middle Lypiatt, co. Glouc,
dec.) ; born ,

t8, Aldridge Road Villas, W



Leverson, Benjamin James, LL.M.,
M.A. (late scholar), Trin. Coll., Camb., 1881,
B.A. London Univ. 1873 and a member of Convo-
cation, a member of the North-eastern circuit,
a student of the Inner Temple 6 Nov., 1875
(then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1880
(3rd son of George Bazett Colvin Leverson, Esq.,
of London) ; born 3 July, 1854.

18, Queensberry Place, South ICeusington, S.W. ; 3,
New Court, W.C.

Levett, Ernest Laurence, M.A,, St.
John's Coll., Camb., 1873 (fellow), a student



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