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FOSTER'S HAND-LIST OF

James, Arthur Gwynne, LL.B. Trin. Coll., Camb., goes the Oxford circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 15 Jan., 1878, studentship 1879, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1881 (eldest son of John Gwynne James, of Hereford, solicitor); born  ,  .

Hereford; 2, Temple Gardens, E.C.

James, Charles Ashworth, B.A., fellow Hertford Coll., Oxon, Eldon law scholar 1881, a student of Lincoln's Inn 30 Dec., 1878 (then aged 19), called to the bar 25 June, 1884 {3rd son of John Henry James, of Watford, Herts, solicitor); born  , 1859.

Watford.

James, Christopher, M.A. (late fellow), Caius Coll., Camb., 1871, secretary in lunacy to the lords justices of appeal 1883, secretary to Lord Justice James 1873–81, a student of Lincoln's Inn 9 June, 1866 (then aged 19), called to the bar 10 June, 1870 (eldest son of John Williams James, Esq., of Swansea); born  , 1846.

73, Jermyn Street, S.W.; 11, New Square, W C.

James, Edmond, a student of Lincoln's Inn 7 May, 1847 (then aged 20), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1852 (4th son of John James, of London, gent.); born  , 1827.

James, Edmund, B.A. London Univ. 1855, matric. 1852 from King's Coll., London, a student of the Middle Temple 3 Nov., 1853, called to the bar 6 June, 1856 (2nd son of Richard James, Esq., of London); born  .

22, Old Buildings, W.C., or 3, Temple Gardens, E.C.

James, Francis, J.P. co. Gloucester, a student of the Middle Temple 3 June, 1856, called to the bar 10 June, 1859 (3rd son of Rev. John James, D.D., canon of Peterborough); born  , 1815; married  , 1856, Ann, dau. of William Green, Esq., of Londonderry, and has issue.

109, Cromwell Road, S.W.; Edgeworth Manor, near Cirencester; Burlington Fine Arts Club, W.; National Club, S.W

James, Gavin Fullarton, B.A., LL.M., Caius Coll., Camb., 1881, goes the South-eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 10 Jan., 1881 (then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1883 (2nd son of Francis Edward James, Esq., of Dublin); born  , 1860.

Dublin.

James, Sir Henry, Q.C., M.P., attorney-general 1873–4 and since 1880, president (ex-officio) of Bar Committee since Jan., 1884, member (ex-officio) of Incorporated Council of Law Reporting, "postman" in the court of exchequer 1867–9, solicitor-general Sept. to Nov., 1873, M.P. Taunton since 1869, educated at Cheltenham Coll. and member of council, knighted 12 Dec., 1873, a student of the Middle Temple 12 Jan., 1849, lecturer's prizeman 1850–1, called to the bar 16 Jan., 1852, Q.C. 23 June, 1869, bencher 27 Jan., 1870 (youngest son of Philip Turner James, of Hereford, surgeon); born 30 Oct., 1828.

28, Wilton Place, S.W.; 1, New Court, Temple, E.C.; Devonshire, Reform, Brooks', Garrick, National Liberal, and St. James' Clubs.

James, James Henry, special pleader, a student of the Middle Temple 3 Nov., 1851, called to the bar 9 June, 1854 (3rd son of William James, of Hereford, gent., dec.); born  ,  .

3, Greville Street, Brunswick Square, W.C

James, John Herbert, undergrad. Exeter Coll., Oxon, a. student of Lincoln's Inn 6 Nov., 1880 (then aged 22), called to the bar 7 May, 1884 (6th son of Charles Herbert James, Esq., of Merthyr Tydvil, co. Glamorgan, M.P.); born  , 1858.

Brynteg, Merthyr Tydvil.

James, William John, B.A., Jesus Coll., Camb., 1870, a student of the Inner Temple 10 Nov., 1866 (then aged 20), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1871 (eldest son of William James, late of Adelaide, South Australia, gent., dec.); born  , 1846.

Adelaide, South Australia.

James, William Price, B.A., Univ. Coll., Oxon, 1878 (scholar 1874), from Uppingham, goes the South Wales circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 22 Nov., 1877 (then aged 23), called to the bar 11 May, 1881 (eldest son of William Parry James, of Cardiff, architect); born 9 Aug., 1854.

The Lindens, Cardiff.

Jameson, Richard Willis, B.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., matric. London Univ. 1871, a student of the Inner Temple 19 April, 1873 (then aged 21), called to the bar 10 May, 1876 (2nd son of late Lieut.-Genl. Sir George Jamieson); born  , 1852.

Jamieson, Colin, commissioner of customs China, a student of the Inner Temple 9 June, 1877 (then aged 29), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1881 (4th son of Colin Buchanan Jamieson, of Cork); born  , 1848.

Cork.

Jamieson, George, consul at Kinkiang since 1880, vice-consul Pagoda Island 1877–80, entered Foreign Office in 1864, a student of the Inner Temple 17 Nov., 1871, went to the Middle Temple 20 June, 1873, where he was called to the bar 6 June, 1880 (eldest son of Alexander Jamieson, of Grange, co. Banff, N.B.); born  ,  .

Kinkiang.

Jamieson, Robert, M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon. a student of the Inner Temple 11 Nov., 1859 (then aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1865 (eldest son of George Jamieson, Esq., of London); born 23 April, 1839; married 27 June, 1882, Eleanora Sophia, 2nd dau. of Rev. F. A. Stewart Savile, M.A., of Stagenhoe Park, Herts.

41, Prince's Gardens, Kensington S.W.