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the fact of the succession by such inquiry
or evidence as it considers necessary.
The peers of Scotland and Ireland,,
since the unions with the two kingdoms,
sit only by representation, the Scotch
having sixteen, the Irish twenty-eight re-
presentatives. The Scotch representative
peers are chosen at the commencement of
every new Parliament. The Irish repre-
sentative peers are elected for life on the
occurrence qf vacancies. Many Scotch
and Irish peers, however, sit by English
titles. A Scotch peer, not a representative,
cannot be elected to the House of Com-
mons. An Irish peer may be elected for
any constituency not in Ireland, but, like
all other peers, is not entitled to be placed
on the register of Parliamentary electors
or to vote at a Parliamentary election. K



PUBLIC SERVICES OF THE PEERS.

Service in the House of Commons 154

Service in Offices of State (exciusive of Eoyal Household) 146

*Navy, Service in 17

* Regular Army „ .' 168

* Yeomanry, „ ... 136

♦Militia, „ . ...'.v.'..".'.* .*.'..'.".......' 122

* Volunteers, ,, ''/' 119

Judges and EnJnent Lawyers ....... 25

Colonial Governors and Ministers .... . *.* . 42

Civil and Diplomatic Services ** 54

Clergy (exclusive of Jiishops) * * 7

Mayors and County Councillors i 138

Note.— Of the existing members of the House of Lords 110 owe their seats to personal services,.
hold them in right of bis&oprics. or by election, and not through hereditary title.

•Of the above, 89 have seen War Service, 65 having taken part in the South African War.

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

Lord Chancellor— Earl of Halsbury.

Sergeant-at-Arms— Lt. Col. Rt. Hon. Sir Fleetwood Edwards, G.C.V.O., K.C.B.

Clerk of the Crown and Pnncipal Secretary— Sit K. A. Muir-Mackenzie, K.C.B., K.C.
Chairman of commiti'kbs— Earl op Morlby.

Counsel to Chaimian— Albert Gray.

Examiners for Sttnfiiny Orders— C. W. Campion and J. F. Syiuons-Jeune.
Clerk of the PAKLiAMBNTS-Sir H. J. L. Graham, K.C.B.

Clerk Assistant^-Ilon. E. P. Thesiger, C.B.

Reading Clerk and Clerk of Outdoor Committees— E. H. Alderson.

Chief Clerk and Taxing Officer— A. Harrison.

Clerk of Public Bills-
Principal Judicial Clerk— Felix Skene.

Clerk of the Journals— W. Auhten-Leigh.

Principal Clerk of Private Committees— J . F. Symons-Jeune.

Clerk of Private Bills— W. H. Hamilton Gordon.
OetUleman Usher of tJu Black Rod— Gen. Sir M. A. S. Biddulph, G.C.B.

Yeoman I7«/ier— Captain T. D, Butler.
Librarian— S. A. Strong. Assistant Librarian— A. H. M Butler.



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HOUSE OF LORDS.



COMPOSITION OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS.



Period.



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1702— Ariiie i 21

1714— George I ' 23

1727— George II I 31

1760— George III I 26

1820— George IV ' 25

1830— William IV 23

1837— Victoria 24

1901, Accession Edw. VII. 32

1903, December 32





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Note. — It will be observed that the figures in the last two lines differ materially from
the earlier ones, which are partly taken from Acland and Ransome's "Handbook
of English Political History." The difference arises from the fact that in the latest
enumeration the Royal Dukes are included in tlie first column, and those Scotch
or Irish Peers who sit by virtue of other titles have been enumerated according to
their ordinary or superior tiUes, as shown on page 102. The latest numbers also
include minors.



STATE OF PARTIES IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS.

llTH December, 1903.



•CONSBKVATIVES

LiBBBAL Unionists..,

LlBEBAIiS

Nationalist
Politics not stated
Minors



Ill



478

72

1

34

13

593



Total ...

PEERAGES CREATED SINCE 1830. "^

The number of additions to the House of Lords made since 1830 is shown by the
following table : —



Under Liberal Ministries.



No. Under Conservative Ministries. No,



Earl Grey, 1830-1834 37

Viscount Melbourne, 1836-1841 46

Lord John Russell, 1846-1862 12

Earl of Aberdeen, 1863-1865 1

Lord Pahnerston, 1866-1858 12

Lord Palmerston, 1869-1865 ' 16

Earl RusseU, 1866-1866 8

Mr. Gladstone, 1868-1874 39

Mr. Gladstone, 1880-1886 28

Mr. Gladstone, 1886 i 8

Mr. Gladstone, 1892-1894 11

Earl of Rosebery. 1894-5 6

Total created under Liberal:



Sir Robert Peel, 1834-1835

Sir Robert Peel, 1841-1846

Earl of Derby, 1852

Earl of Derby, 1868-1869

I Earl of Derby, 1866-1868

I Mr. Disraeli, 1868

Earl of Beaconsfield, 1874-1880 .
I Marquis of Salisbury, 1885-6 ....
I Marquis of Salisbury, 1886-92 ....
I Marquis of Salisbury, 1895-1902 .
! Mr. Balfour, 1902-3



6

6

8

10

7

9

29

11

38

44

4



Ministries (42 years) 222



Total created under Conserva-
tive Ministries (32 years)



167



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• THE HOUSE OF LORDS.



The following; list contains, as regards all Peers entitled to sit in the House of Lords,
their names; date of creation of the title; dates of birth and succession to the peerage;
naval, military, and other public services; names of heirs; principal resIQenoes; and
politics ; in the order given.



For Abbreviations of titles, &c., see after "Contents."



Signifies a minor.



Abercorn, 2nd D. of (cr. 1868, Ir.) Hon.
Col. James Hamilton, K.G., P.C., C.B. ; b.
1838; sue. 1885; sits as M. of Abercorn
(1790); Ld.-Lt. Donegal; Cbn. of Tyrone
Co. Council; Mil.; M.P. Donegal 1860-80;
H. Major M . of Hamilton, M.P., a.— Baron's
Court, Tyrone. 2 - — ■ —- \ti\^ C.

Abercroxnby, 4th Bar. (cr. 1801, U.K.)
G. R. C. Abercromby; b. 1838; sue. 1852;
H. Capt. Hon. J. Abercromby, 6r.— Fern
Tower. CriefF. N.B. . „,,^...- il' I«.

Aberdare, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1878). Hon. Lt.-
Col. H. C. Bruce, V.D. ; b. 1861 ; sue. 1895 ;
Vol.; H. Hon. H. L. Bruce, a.— Duffryn,
Mountain Ash, S. Wales. L.

Aberdeen, 7th E. of (cr. 1682, Sco.) Col.
J. C. Hamilton-Gordon, P.C. ; G.C.M.G. ; b.
1847 ; sue. 1870 ; sits as Vise. Gordon (1814) ;
Vol. ; Ld.-Lt. of Aberdeenshire ; Ld.-Lt. of
Ireland, 1886 ; Govr.-Genl. of Canada
1893-8; H. Ld. Haddo, «.— Haddo House,
Aberdeen. Ii.

Abergavenny, 1st M. of (cr. 1876). Col.
William Nevill, K.G. ; b. 1826 ; sue. as Earl,
1868 ; Army ; Impl. Yeo. ; Ld.-Lt. Sussex ;
^. E. of Lewes, a. — Eridge Castle, Sussex. C.

Abingdon, 7th E. of (cr. 1682). Col
M. A. Bertie; b. 1836; sue. 1884 ; Mil. ; Yeo. ;
H. Capt. Lord Norreys, a. — ^Wjrtham Abbey,
Oxford. C.

Abinger, 4th Bar. (or. 1836). J. Y. M.
Scarlett; b. 1871; sue. 1892 ; Mil.; Impl. Yeo.
(S.Africa); ^., Capt. S.L.L. Scarlett, c—
Inverloohy, Eangussie, Inverness. C.

Aoton, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1869). B. M.
Dalberg- Acton, M.V.O. ; b. 1870; sue. 1902.
Dipl. Serv. — Br. Embassy, Vienna. —

Addington, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1887). Eger-
ton Hubbard, V.D. ; b. 1842 ; sue. 1889 ;
Merchant ; Vol.; M.P. Buckingham 1874-80,
N. Bucks 1886-9 ; H. *Hon. J. G. Hubbard,
9, — Addington Manor, Winslow, Bucks. C.

Ailesbnry, 5th M. of (cr. 1821). Lt.-Col.
H. A. Brudenell-Bruce ; b. 1842 ; sue. 1894 ;
Army; Mil.; M.P. N.W.Wilts 1886-92. H.
Capt. E. of Cardigan, D.S.O., a.— Savernake,
Marlborough, Wilts. C.

Ailsa,3rd M. of (or. 1831). A. Ken-
nedy ; b. 1847 ; sue. 1870 ; Army ; Hon. Lt.
B.N. Beserve; H, Capt. E. of Cassillis,
s.^Culzean Castle, Maybole, N.B. C.



* Albany, -ind D. of (cr. 1881) ;
H.RH. Leopold Charles Edwar«l George
Albert, G.C.V.O. ; grandson of H.M. Queen
Victoria; b. ll-th July, 1884; succeeded as
reigning Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, 1900.
— Coburg, Germany. —

Albemarle, 8th E. uf (cr. 1696). Col.
A. A. C. Keppel, C.B., M.V.O., A.D.C. ; b.
1868; snc. 1894; Army; Mil.; Vol. (S.
Africa); M.P. Birkenhead 1892-4 ; H. Vise.
Bury, «.— Quidenham Park,Attleborough.C-

Aldenham, 1st Bar. (cr. 1896). H.
Hucks Gibbs ; b. 1819 ; Banker and Mer-
chant; M.P.London 1891-2; i^.Hon.A.G.H.
Gibbs, M.P., «.— Aldenham, Herts. C.

Alington, 1st Bar. (cr. 1876). H. G.
Sturt; b. 1826; M.P. Dorchester 1847-66,
Dorset 1866-75; H, Hon. H. Sturt, M.P.,
s. — Cricbel, Wimbome, Dorset. C.

Allerton, 1st Bar. (cr. 1902). W. L.
Jackson, P.C; b. 1840; Chn. G. N. Rly;
M.P. Leeds 1880-6 ; N. Divn. 1886-02. Pinl.
Sec. Treasury 1886, and 1886-91 ; Ch. Sec.
(or Ireland 1891-2; JET. Hon. G. H.Jackson,
.v.— 27, Cadogan Sq., S.W. C.

Alverstone, 1st Bar. (cr. 1900) B. E.
Webster. P.C, G.C.M.G.; b. 1842; M.P.
Launceston 1886; I. of Wight 1885-00.
Atty.-Genl. 1885-6, 1886-92, and 1895-01.
Master of the Bolls 1900 ; Ld. Ch. Justice of
Eng. since 1900.— Homton Lodge, Ken-
sington, W. C.

Amherst, 3rd E. (cr. 1826). W. A.
Amherst ; b. 1836 ; sue. 1886 ; Army (Crimea,
wounded) ; Vol.; M.P. W. Kent 186968, Mid
Kent 1868-80 ; called to H. of Lords, 1880 ;
R. Bev. Hon. P. A. Amherst, hr. — Montreal,
Sevenoaks. C.

Amherst of Hackney, 1st Bar. (cr
1892). W. A. Tyssen-Amherst; b. 1836; M.P.
W. Norfolk 1880-5, S.W. Div. 1886-92; H.
Lady William Cecil, daw. (by sp. rem.).—
Didlington Hall, Brandon, Norfolk. C.

Ampthill, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1881). 0. A. V.
Bussell, G.C.I.E.; b. 1869; sue. 1884;
Mil.; Yeo. ; Govt, of Madras since 1900 ;
H. *Hon. J. H. Bussell, «. — Madras. L.U.

Anoaster, Ist E. of (or. 1892). G. H.
Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, P.O. ;
b. 1830 ; sue. to Barony of Aveland 1867.
M.P. Boston 1862-6, Butlund 1866-67; Joint
Hered. Ld. Great Chamberlain of England;
H. Ld. Willoughby de Eresby, M.P., s.—
Normanton Park, Stamford. C.



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AnfiTlesey, 6th M. of (cr. 1816). H. C.
Paget ; b. 1875 ; 8uo. 1898; Vol. ; H* G. H. A.
Paget, c— P1&8 Newydd, Anglesey. C.

▲nnaly,8rd Bar. (cr. 1 868). Lt.-Col. Luke
White ; b. 1867 ; sue. 1888; iVrmy (Egypt) ;
Impl. Yeo.; H. *Hon. L. H. White, «.—
Holdenby Honse, Northampton. L.

Annesloy, 5th E. (or. 1789), Ir. Bep.
Peer. Lt.-Col. Hugh Annesley; b. 1831;
sue. 1874; Army (Kaffir War, 1851-3,
wounded; and Crimea, wounded) ; M.P.
Cavan, 1857-74 ; H. *Visc. Glerawly, «.—
Castlewellan, Down. C.

▲rdilann, 1st Bar. (or. 1880). A. E.
Guinness ; b. 1840 ; M.P. Dublin, 1868-9 and
1874-80.— St. Anne's, Clontarf , Dublin. C.

Araryll, 9thD. of (cr. 1701, Sco., 1892,
U.K.). Col. J. D. S. Campbell, P.C, K.T.,
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., V.D.; b. 1846; sue
1900; Vol.; Ld.-Lt. Argyllshire ; M.P.
Argyllshire 1868-78, S. Manchester 1895-00 ;
Gov. Gen. of Canada 1878-83 ; Gov. of Wind-
sor Castle since 1892 ; H. Ld. A. Campbell,
br. — Kensington Palace, W. L.U.

Armstrong, 1st Bar. (cr. 1903). W. H.
A. F. Watson- Armstrong ; b. 18H3 ; Imp.
Yeo. ; Director Armstrong & Co., Ltd., En-
gineers, &o. ; H. *Hon. W. J. M. Watson-
Armstrong, 8. — Cragside, Rothbury, North-
umberland. C.

Arran, 6th E. of (cr. 1762, Ir.). Major
A. J. C. Gore; b. 1868; sue. 1901 ; Army (S.
Africa) ; sits as Bar. Sudley (1884), ff. *Visc.
Sudley, «.— Castle Gore, BaUina, Mayo. L.

Arnndell of Wardonr, 12th Bar. (cr.
1605). J. F. Arundell; b. 1831 ; sue. 1862 ;
Yeo.; H. Rev. Hon. E. A. G. Arundell,
6r.— Wardour Castle, Tisbury, Wilts. C.

Ashbonme, Ist Bar. (cr. 1885). Edward
Gibson, P.C. ; b. 1837 ; Att.-Gen. Ire-
land, 1877-80; Ld. Chan, of Ireland,
1885-86, 1886-92, and since 1896; M.P.
Dublin Univ. 1876-85; H. Hon. W.
Gibson, «. — 12, Merrion Sq., Dublin. C.

Ashbnrnliam, 5th E. of (cr. 1730). B-
Ashbumham; b. 1840; sue. 1878; H.Hon.
J. Ashbnrnham, br. — ^Ashbumham Place*
Battle, Sussex. L.

Ashbnrton, 6th Bar. (or. 1835). F. D.
Baring; b. 1866; sue. 1889; Impl. Yeo.;
H. *Hon. A. F. St. V. Baring, a.— Grange,
Alresford, Hants. C.

Aflhcombe, Ist Bar. (cr. 1892). G.
Oubitt, P.C; b. 1828; Vol.; Ch. Estates
Commr. 1874-9 ; M.P. W. Surrey 1860-85 ;
Mid Surrey 1886-92; H. Lt.-Col. Hon. H.
Cubitt, M.P., s.— Denbies, Dorking. C.

Ashton, 1st Bar. (cr. 1896). J.
Williamson; b. 1842; Manufr.; M.P.Lan-
caster Div. 1886-96. — Alford House,
Prince's Gate, S.W. L.

Athlnmney, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1863, Ir.).
Major J. H. G. M. Somerville; b. 1866:
sue. 1878; sits as Bar. Meredyth (1866);
Army (Dongola Expdn., S. Afrioa); Mil. —
Somerville, Navan, Meath. C.



Atholl, 7th D. of (cr. 1703, Sco.). J. J.
H. H. Stewart-Murray, K,T. ; b. 1840 ; sue.
1864; sits as Earl Strange (1786); Ld.-Lt.
of Perthshire; Army; H. Major M. of
TuUibardine, D.S.O., M.V.O., s.— Blair
Castle, Blair Atholl, Perthshire. C.

Auckland, 6th Bar. (cr. 1793). W. M.
Eden; b. 1869; sue. 1890; Army; Mil.;
H. ♦Hon. W. A. M. Eden, s.— Kitley,
Plymouth. C.

Avebnry, 1st Bar. (cr. 1900). J. Lubbock,
P.O.; b. 1834; Banker; M.P. Maidstonft
1870-80, London Univ. 1880-1900 ; H. Hon.
J. B. Lubbock, «. — High Elms, Down,
Kent. L.U.

Aylesford, 8th E. of (cr. 1714). Hon.
Col. C. W. Finch ; b. 1861 ; sue. 1885 ; Mil. ;
Yeo.; H. *Ld. Guernsey, «. — Packington
Hall, Coventry. C.

Bagot, 4th Bar. (cr. 1850). Lt.-Col. W.
Bagot; b. 1856; sue. 1887; Mil.; Impl.
Yeo. ; Ld.-in- Waiting 1896-01 ; JS. Mai.
Hon. W. L. Bagot, D.S.O., 6r.— Blithfield,
Rugeley. C.

Balfonr of Bnrleigh, 6th Bar. (cr.
1607), Sco. Rep. Peer. A. H. Bruce, K.T.»
P.C; b. 1849; sue. 1869; Mil.; Convener
of Clackmannan; Ld .-in-Waiting, 1887-9;
Pari. Sec. to Bd. of Trade 1889-92; Sec.
for Scotland 189503 ; H. Hon. R. Bruce,
Master of Burleigh, s. — Kennet House,
Alloa, N.B. C.

Bandon, 4th E. of (or. 1800), Ir. Rep.
Peer. Hon. Col. J. F. Bernard; K.P.; b.
1850; sue. 1877; Ld.-Lt. Co. and City of
Cork ; Mil. ; jff. P. B. Bernard, c— Castle
Bernard, Bandon, Co. Cork. C.

Bansfor, 6th Vise. (cr. 1781), Ir. Rep.
Peer. H. W. C.Ward ; b. 1828 ; sue. 1881 ;
Army (Kaffir War 1861-3) ; H. Capt. Hon. M.
Ward, ».— Castle Ward, Downpatrick. C.

Barnard, 9th Bar. (cr. 1698). H. de
VereVane; b. 1854; sue. 1891; Mil.; Civ.
Serv. ; H. Hon. H. C. Vane, 8.— Raby Castle,
Darlington. L.U^

Barrington, 9th Vise. (or. 1720, Ir.).
W. B. Barrmgton ; b. 1848 ; sue. 1901 ; sita
as Bar. Shute (1880); Army; Mil.; H.
Capt. Hon. W. R. S. Barrington, «. —
Beckett, Shrivenham, Berks. C.

Bar^more, 1st Bar. (cr. 1902). A. H.
Smith-Barry, P.O.; b. 1843; M.P. Cork Co.
1867-74, S. Hunts 1886-00.— 20, Hill Street^
W. C.

Basing, 2nd Bar. (or. 1887) . Lt.-Col. G. L.
Sclater-Booth,C.B.; b. 1860 ; sue 1894 ; Army
(S. Africa); H. *Hon. J. L. R. Solater-Booth,
a. — Hoddington House, Odiham, Hants. C.

Bateman, 3rd Bar. (cr. 1837). W. S.
Bateman-Hanbury ; b. 1856 ; sue. 1901 ;
Army (Egypt 1882); H. Maj. Hon. E. R.
Bateman-Hanbury, br. — Shobdon Court,
R.S.O., Herefordshire. —

Bath, 6th M. of (cr. 1789). Major T. H
Thynne; b.l862; 8uc.l896; Impl. Yeo.; M.P*
Frome Div. 1886-92 and 1896-6; H. *Vi8C*
Weymouth, «. — Longleat, Warminster. C "



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Batk and WelU, 70th Bp. 6f (609).
G. W. Kennion, D.D. ; b. 1846 ; oons. 1882;
Yioar of St. Paul's, Socdooates, 1873-6; AU
Saints', Bradford, 1876-82; Bp. of Adelaide
1882-94 ; trans. 1894.— The Palace, Wells,
Somerset. —

Bathurst, 7th £. (cr. 1772). Hon.-Col. S.
H.Bathur8t,G.M.G.; b.l864; sac. 1892; Mil.
(S. Africa) ; if. *iJd. Apsley,s. — Oirencester
Hoose, Cirencester. C.

Batteraea, Ist Bar. (cr. 1892). Cyril
Flower; b. 1»48; Yeo. ; Ld. of Trea-
sury, 1886; M.P. Brecon, 188u-6, S. Beds
1886-92.— Aston Clinton, Tring. L.

Beanohamp, 7th £. (cr. 1815). W.
Lygon, K.C.M.G. ; b. 1872; sue. 1891 ; Gov.
of N.S. Wales 1899-00; H* Vise. Elmlev,
9. — Madresfield Court, Malvern. Jb.

Beanfort, 9th D. of (cr. 1682). Col.
H. A. W. F. Somerset, A.D.O. ; b. 1847 ;
sue. 1899 ; Array ; Impl. Yeo. ; H. *M. of
Worce3ter,a.— Badminton, Chippenham. C.

Bedford, 1 1th h. of (cr. 1694). Lt.-Col. H.
A. Bussell, K.G.; b. 1868; sue. 1893; Army
(Egypt); Mil.; Vol.; Ld.-Lt. Middlesex ;
Ohn. Beds. County Council; H. *M. of
TavistO'tk, 8.— Woburu Abbey, Beds. L.U.

Belhaven and Stenton, lOtb Bar. (cr.
1647). Sco Bep. Peer. Col. A. C. Hamilton ;
b. 184 »; sue. 1898; Army (Zululand); Vol.;
H. *Hon. B. G. A. Hamilton, Master of Bel-
haven, «. — 41, Lennox Gardens, S.W. C.

Belmore, 4th E. of (cr. 1797), Ir. Bep.
Peer. S. B. Lowry-Corry, P.C, G.C.M.G. ;
b. 1886; sue. 1846; Mil.; Vol.; Ld.-Lt.
Tyrone ; Under-Sec. Home Dept., 1866-7 ;
Gov. N. S. Wales, 1868-72 ; H. Vise. Corry,
9, — Castle Co«>le, Enniskillen. C.

Belper, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1866). Hon. Col. H.
Strufct, P.C, A.D.C.; b. 1840; sue. 1880;
Impl. Yeo.; Chn. Notts County Council; M.P.
E. Derbyshire 1868-74, Berwick 1880; Capt.
Gentn.-at-Arms since 1896 ; H. *Hon. A. H.
Strntt, «.— King8t«»n Hall, Derby. L.U.

Berkeley, nth E. of (cr. 1G79). B. T.
M. Berkeley; b. 1865; sue. 1888; Boyal
Navy. — Poxcombe, Wootton, Berks. L.U.

Berwick, 8th Bar. (cr. 1784). T. H.
Noel-Hill ; b. 1877 ; sue. 1897 ; Impl. Yeo. ;
Dipl. Serv. ; R. Bev. C. Noel-Hill, c —
British EmWaasy, Paris. C.

Bessborongh, 7th E. of (cr. 1793, Ir.)
Bev. W. W. B. Pousonby ; b. 1825 ; sue. 1895 ;
sits as Bar. Ponsonby (1794) ; Late P.,ector of
Stutton; JT. Viae. l)uncannon,C.B.. C.V.O.,
8. — hessborouKh, Piltowu, Kilkenny. L.U.

Biddnlpk, Ist Bar. (cr. 19u3). M. Bid-
dnlph; b. Ii84; Banker; M.P. Hereford-
shire 1866-86; S.Devon 1895-1900; fl. Hon.
J. M. G. Biddulph, s.— 19, Ennismore Gar-
dens, S.W. L.U.

Blytkswood, 1st Bar. (cr. 1892). Col.
A. C. Campbell, A.D.C., V.D. ; b. 1836;
Army; Yeo.; Mil. ; Vol.; M.P.Benfrewshire
187d-4, W. Div. 1885-92 ; H. Bev. S. D.
Campbell- Douglas, br. (in spl. remr ).—
Blythswoocl House, Benfrew. C.

Bolton, 4th Bar. (cr. 1797). Lt.-Col. W.T.
Orde-Powlett ; b. 1846; sue. 1896; Impl.
Yeo.; Vol.; H. Hon. W. G. A. Orde-Powlett,
^.— Hackwood Park, Basingstoke. C.

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Boston 6th Bar. (cr. 1761). G. F. Irby ;
b.l860; BUG. 1877 ; Ld..in- Waiting, 1886-6 ;
H. Capt. Hon. 0. S. Irby, dr.— The Wharf,
Hedsor, Maidenhead. C.

Boyne, 8th Vise. (cr. 1717, Ir.). G. B.
Hamilton-Bussell ; b. 1880 ; sue. 1872 ; sits as
Bar. Brancepeth (1866); H, Capt. Hon.
G. W. Hamilton-Bussell, «.— Brancepeth
Castle, Durham. C.

Brabonme, 2nd Bar. (cr. 1880). E.
EnatchbuU-Hugessen; b. 1867; 81^.1893;
Army ; M.P. Bochester, 1889-92 ; H. *Hon.
W. W. Knatchbull-Hugessen, «.— The Pad-
docks, Smeeth, Kent. | A\^ Z '4^-

Bradford, 4th E. of (cr. 1816). G. C. O.
Bridgeman; b. 1846; sue. 1898; Army;
Yeo. ; M.P. N. Salop, 1867-86; H, Capt. Vise.
Newport, «.— Weston Park, Shifnal. C.

Brampton, 1st Bar. (or. 1899). H.Haw-
kins, P.C. ; b. 1817 ; Justice of High Court,
Exchr. Divn., 1876-9; Queen's Bench Divn.,
1879-99. Member of the Judicial Committee
of Privy Council since 1899.— 6, Tilney
Street, W. C.

Braesey, 1st Bar. (cr. 1886). Hon. Col.
T. Brassey, K.C.B.; b. 1836; B.N. Art. Vol. ;
Hon. Lt. B. N. Beserve Vol.; M.P.
Devonport 1866, Hastings 1868-86; Civil
Ld. of Admy., 1880-4; Sec. to Admy.,
1884-5 ; Ld.-in- Waiting 1893-6 ; Govt, of Vic-
toria 1896-1900 ; H. Maj. Hon. T. A. Brassev,
9. — Normanhurst, Battle, Sussex. L.

Braybrooke, 6th Bar. (cr. 1788). Bev.
L. Neville; b. 1827; sue. 1902; Bector of
Heydon since 1861; Mastoid of Magdalene
Coll., Camb., since 1853; Hon. Canon of
St. Albans ; H. Hon. H. Neville, «.— Audley
End, Saffron Walden. C.

Braye, 6th Bar. (cr. 1529). Lt.-Col. A.
T. T. Verney-Cave; b. 1849; sue. 1879;
Mil.(S. Africa); H.Hon. A. V. VerneyOave,
«.— Stanford Hall, Rusfby. L.U.

BreadaIbane,lstM.of(cr.l886). Lt.-Col.
G. Campbell, K.G., P.C, A.D.C. ; b. 1861 ;
sue. as Earl 1871; Yeo.; Mil.; Vol.; Ld.- in-
Waiting, 1873-4 ; Treas. of Household, 1880-
5 ; Ld. Steward 1892-6 ; H. Capt. Hon. I.
Campbell, hr, (to Earldom). — Taymouth
Castle, Aberfeldy. L.

Bridport, Ist Vise. (cr. 1868). Gen. A.
N. Hood, G.C.B., Duke of Bronte in Sicily ;
b. 1814; sue. as 8rd Bar. 1868; Army;
Groom in-Waiting, 1841-58; iiquerry to
Queen Victoria, 1858-84, and Hon. Equerry,
to the Kin^ since 1901; Ld.-in- Waiting,
1884-01 ; H. Col. Hon. A. W.Hood, C.B., ».—
Royal Lodge, Windsor Forest. C.

Bristol, 3rd M. of (cr. 1826). Hon. Col.
F. W. J. Harvey; b. 1834; sue. 1864; Ld.-Lt.
Suffolk; Mil. ; M.P. W. Suffolk 1869-64;
H. Capt. P. W. F. Harvey, R.N., n.— 19,
Sussex Square, Brighton. C.

Bristol, 48th Bp. of (or. 1542, revived
18^7). G. F. Browne, D.D.; b. 1833; cons.
1895 ; Canon of St. Paul's 1691-7 ; Bp. Suffr.
of Stepney 1895-7; Tr. to Bristol 1897.—
Redland Green, Bristol. C.

Brougham and Vans, 3rd Bar. (cr.
1830). H , C. Brougham ; b. 1836 ; sue. 1886 ;
Civil Service, 1867-70; H. *Hon. H.
Brougham, s. — Brougham Hall, Penrith. C.



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Brownlow,8rdE. (or. 1816). Col. A. W.
B. Cu8t, P.O.; A.1).0.,V.D.; b. 1844; buo.1867;
Army; Impl. Yeo. ; Mil.; Vol.; Ld.-Lt. Lin-
colnshire; M.P. N. Salop 1866-7. Pari. Sec.
to Local Govt. Bd. 1886-6; Paymr.-Gen. 1887-
89; Under Sec. for War, i 889-92; H. (to
Barony) H. J. Cokayne Gust, M P., c— Ash-
ridge, Berkhampstead, Herts.

Buc^euch, 6th D. of (cr. 1668, Sco.) and
8thD.oFqueen«berpy (1684, Sco.). W. H.
W.Montagu-Dotigla8-Scott,K.G.,K.T.,P.C.;
b. 1881 ; sue. 1884 ; sits as E. of Doncaster
(1663) ; Yeo. ; Ld.-Lt. Dumfries; M.P. Mid-
lothian 1863-68 & 1874-80 ; H. E.of Dalkeith,
M.P., a.— Dalkeith Palace, Dalkeith. C.

BuckinfiTliajnBlLire, 7th E. of (or. 1746).
S. C. Hobart-Hampden- Mercer-Henderson ;
b. 1860 ; sue. 1885 ; Ld.- in-Waiting 1895 ; H.
Oapt. Hon. C. E. Hobart-Hampden, u.—
Hampden House, Gt. MisKonden, Backs. J».

Bnrghclere, 1st Bar. (cr. 1895). HO.
Gardner, P.O.; b. 1846; M.P. N. Essex
1885-96. Pres. of Bd. of Agriculture
1892-6.^-48, Charles Street, W. L.

Bnmliain, Ist.'Bar. (cr. 1903). E. Law-
sou ; b. 18 3 ; Propr of Daily Telegraph ;
H. Lt -Col. Hon. H. L. W. Lawsoii, s.— 20,
Norfolk St., W. L.U.

Burton, Ist Bar. (cr. 1886). Hon. Col. m"
A. Bass, V.D. ; b. 1837 ; Vol. ; M.P. Stafford
1865-rt8, E. Staffs. 1868-86, Burton Div.
1885-6. H. (by special remr.) Hon.
Mrs. N. Baillie, Uau. — Bangemore, Burton-
on-Trent. L.U.

Bnte, 4th M: of (cr. 1796). J. Crichton-
Stuart; b. 1881; sue. 1900; JET. Ld. N. E.
Crich ton- Stuart, fer.— Mount Stuart, Eothe-
say, N.B. C.

Byron, 9th Bar. (cr. 1643). G. F. W.
Byron; b. 1866; sue. 1870; Mil.; H.
Rev. Hon. F. E. C. Byron, fcr.— Langford
Grove, Maldon, Essax. C.

Cadoffan, 5th E. (cr. 1800). Hon. Col.
G. H. Cadogan, K.G., P.C.; b. 1840; sue.
1873; Mil.; Vol.; M.P.Bath 1873; Under-
Sec, for War 1876-8 ; Colonies 1878-80; Ld.
Privy Seal 1886-92; Ld.-Lt. of Ireland
1895-02; H. Vise. Chelsea, a.— Chelsea
House, Cadogan Place, S.W. C

Calms, 3rd E. (or. 1878). H. J. Cairns ;
b. 1863; sue. 1890; H. Maj. Hon. W. D.
Cairns, fer.— 18, Park Street, W. C.

. Calthorpe, 6th Bar. (cr. 1796). A. C.
Gough-Calthorpe ; b. 1829 ; sue. 189:? :
Yeo.; H. Hon. W. Gough-Calthorpe, ,
f.—Elvetham,Winchfield, Hants. C.

Cambridge, 2nd D. of (cr. 1801). i
Field-Marshal H. R. H. George W. F. C. ; ■
K.G., G.C.B.. K.P., K.T., G.C.H., G.C.S.I.,
GM.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O., P.C.; b.
1819; Buc. 1860; Commd. Ist division of
the army in Crimea (Alma, Balaclava, and
Inkerman); Commdr. -in-Chief 1866-96.—
Gloucester House, Park Lane, W. —

Camden, 4th M. (cr. 1812). Capt. J. C.
Praft : b. and sue. 1872; Impl. Yeo.; Mil.;
H. *E. of Brecknock, a.—Bayham Abbey,
Lamberhurst, Sussex. C

"^Camoys, 6th Bar. (cr. 1388). R. F. j!
Stonor ; b. 1884 ; sue. 1897; H. 'Hon. E. M.
Stonor, br. — Balliol Coll., Oxford. —



Camperdown, 3rd E. of (cr. 1881). R

A. P. H. Haldane-Duncan ; b. 1841; sue.
1867; Ld.-in-Waiting 1868-71 ; CivU Ld. of
Admiralty 1870-4; Convener of Forfarsh. ;
H. Hon. G. A. P. H. Duncan, fcr.— Camper!
down House, Dundee. ^-U.

Canterbury, 94th Archbishop of (602).

B. T. Davidson, D.D., P.C, K.C.V.O.; b.
1848; Dean of Windsor lb86-90; Bp. of
Rochester 1890-5; Winchester 1895-03 ; Abp.
since 1903.— Lambeth Palace, S.E. 0.

Canterbury, 4th Vise. (cr. 1835 . H.

C. Manners- Sutton ; b. 1839; sue. 1877;
H. Hon. H. F. W. Manners-Sutton, *.^
Brooke House, Norwich. L,

Carew, 3rd Bar. (cr. 1838). R. S. G. J.
Carew; b. 1860; sue. 1881; H. Hon. G.
P. J. Carew, 6r.— Castleboro', Enniscorthy^
Wexford. L.U.

Carliale, 9th E. of (cr. 1661). G. J.
Howard ; b. 1843 ; sue. 1889 ; Vol. ; M.P. E.
Oumberlajid 1879-80 and 1881-85 ; H. Cant.



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