Collins, Tom, head master of Grammar School Newport, Salop, scholar of Christ Coll., Camb., and class classical tripos 1863, from King Edward School, Bury St. Edmunds, a student of the Middle Temple 17 Jan., 1865, called to the bar 6 June, 1868 (eldest son of Thomas Collins, of Bury St. Edmunds, solicitor); born , 1841.
- Newport, Salop.
Collins, William Wilkie, the well-known novelist, author of The Queen of Hearts, The Woman in White, No Name, etc., etc., a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 May, 1846 (then aged 22), called to the bar 21 Nov., 1851 (eldest son of William Collins, R.A., of London); born in London Jan., 1824.
- 90, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W.
Collinson, Francis John, practises before the High Court of Judicature Calcutta, a student of the Inner Temple 18 Nov., 1875 (then aged 21), called to the bar 3 July, 1878 (3rd son of late Rev. George John Collinson, of St. James' Park Hill, Clapham, Surrey); born , 1854; married 25 Nov., 1882, Alice Elizabeth, 4th dau. of Rev. Richard Sedgwick, vicar of Dent, Yorks; she died at Ranchi Chota, Nagpore, 7 June, 1884, aged 25.
Collis, Gilbert Robert Henry, B.A. Brasenose Coll., Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 17 Jan., 1881 (then aged 21), called to the bar 25 June, 1884 (2nd son of Thomas Collis, of Blackheath, Kent); born , 1860.
Collyer, John Monsey, B.A., Univ. Coll., Oxon, 1863, legal adviser to the exchequer and audit office since 1881, a student of Lincoln's Inn 6 June, 1864 (then aged 24), called to the bar 7 June, 1869 (eldest son of John Collyer, of Hackford Hall, Norfolk, and of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law); born 28 April, 1840; married 30 Sept., 1869, Helen Jane, younger dau. of George Falconer, Esq., of Carlowrie, N.B. (see Foster's Peerage, E. Kintore), and has issue.
- Hackford Hall, Reepham, Norfolk; 6, St. Stephen's Crescent, Bayswater; 12, Old Square, W.C.
Collyer, William Robert, M.A., Caius Coll., Camb., 1874, Queen's advocate Cyprus since 1883, a student of the Inner Temple 23 Nov., 1866 (then aged 24), called to the bar 7 June, 1869 (2nd son of John Collyer, Esq., of Hackford Hall, Norfolk); born , 1842.
Colmore, Thomas Milnes, B.A., Brasenose Coll., Oxon, 1869, recorder of Warwick July, 1882, a member of the Midland circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 8 Nov., 1865 (then aged 20), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1869 (eldest son of Thomas Colmore, Esq., of Ashfurlong, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire); born 13 Jan., 1845; married 17 Dec., 1878, Clara, 2nd dau. of John Dugdale, Esq., of Llwyn Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire.
- The Warren, Knowle, Warwickshire; 14, Temple Row, Birmiagham; 1, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C.; New University Club.
Colquhoun, John Stuart, equity draftsman and conveyancer, undergrad. Emanuel Coll., Camb., a student of the Middle Temple 21 Nov., 1865, called to the bar 6 June, 1868 (eldest son of late Daniel Colquhoun, of Leek, co. Stafford, gentleman); born , .
- 2, New Square, W.C.
Colquhoun, Sir Patrick, knighted 14 Nov., 1861, formerly scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. (from Westminster), M.A. 1844, LL.D. 1851, J.U.D. Heidelberg 24 Feb., 1838, Q.C. 4 Dec., 1868, member of supreme council of justice Corfu 1858–61, chief justice Ionian Islands 1861–4, plenipotentiary Hanse Towns in Turkey, Persia, and Greece 1840–4, aulic councillor of the King of Saxony, a member of numerous foreign orders, author of Summary on Roman Civil Law and The Judicature Acts and other legal, classical, and political treatises, vice-president of the Royal Society of Literature, a student of the Inner Temple 1 May, 1834 (then aged 19), called to the bar 4 May, 1838, bencher 29 Jan., 1869 (eldest son of James Colquhoun, LL.D., resident and consul-general of Hanse Towns 1817–55, cousin of late Sir Robert Gilmour Colquhoun, K.C.B., and grandson of P. Colquhoun, LL.D., lord provost of Glasgow in 1782-3-4); born 13 April, 1815; married, s.p.
- Shepperton, Middlesex; 3, Stratford Place, W.; 2, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.; Athenæum, Carlton, and Constitutional Clubs.
Colt, Frederick Hoare, B.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1850, a student of the Inner Temple 22 April, 1850 (aged 24), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1853 (2nd son of Nathaniel Colt, late of Cheltenham, gentleman); born 1826; married 1st, 5 Sept., 1861, Bertha, eldest dau. of Henry Collins, Esq., of the Duffryn, co. Mon.; he married 2ndly, 12 Aug., 1876, Harriette Anne, 4th dau. of Rev. Richard M. Caunter, LL.D.
- 6, Adamson Road, N.W.; 9, Old Buildings, W.C.
Coltman, Francis Joseph, M.A. (wrangler), Trin. Coll., Camb., 1860, joint author of Hopwood and Coltman's Registration Cases 1869–77, sometime revising barrister for Hull and Yorks East Riding, a student of the Inner Temple 14 Jan., 1847 (then aged 15), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1860 [3rd son of late (Hon.) Mr. Justice Coltman]; born , 1832.
- 9, Atherstone Terrace, Gloucester Road, S.W.; 9, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C.
Coltman, William Bacheler, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1860, an Etonian, a member of the North-eastern circuit, editor of Hayes' Concise Conveyancer, J.P. co. Aberdeen, lord of the manor of Scrofield, co. Lincoln, a student of the Inner Temple 21 Jan., 1851 (then aged 22), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1854 [2nd son of late (Hon.) Mr. Justice Coltman]; born , 1828; married 24 Dec., 1860, Bertha Elizabeth Shore, 2nd dau. of Samuel Smith, Esq., of Embley Park, Hants, and has issue.
- Blelack, near Dennett, N.B.; 8, Hyde Park Gardens, W.; 22, Old Buildings, W.C.; Athenæum and Oxford & Cambridge Clubs.