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with Eg\'ptian Army in Camel Corps in Dongola Expedition, 1896 ; expedition', IS'JT ; Khartoun expedition, 1898 ; (despat-
ches three times, order of 4th class IMedjidieh, Brevet-Major): ap- pointed A.D.C. to Lieut-Gen. Sir Archibald Hunter K.C.B,, D.S.O., in India, and in South African Campaign in 1899 ; was present during the siegeof Ladysmith, and commanded the Kimberely j\Iount Corps in the relief of Mafekingf^de- spatches three times; Dongola Ex- pedition, 1896 f4th class IMedjidieh) South African Campaign, 1899- 1900 ('despatches thrice, Queen's medal, 5 clasps, D.S.O.j. Major 1902. Address : Tertowise House, Aberdeenshire. Clubs: Navaland Military, Hurlingham.
King, SirGeorge, M.B.,L.L.D.,F.R. S.. K.C.I.E., (1898), CLE. (1890), I.M.iS. (retired) ; joined service, 1865 ; House Surgeon, Medical College Hospital, Calcutta, 1866 ; Superintendent, Royal Botanical Gardens, Professor of Botany, Medical College, Calcutta, and Superintendent, Cinchona planta- tions in Sikkim, 1871 : was quino- logist. 1879 ; retired, 1898. Publica- tions: 'Manual of Cinchona culti- vation in India', editor of 'Annals of the Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta'. Address : c/o of India Office, London.
KING, Sir Henry Clark, Kt, (1906), Solicitor and Notary Public and Commissioner, High Court, I\Iadras; b. 1857; s. of Rev. C. W. King; m. Ethel, e. d. of J. Alderson Smith of Wheatcroft, Scarborough; educ : Durham ; IMarlborough ; Articled to A. S. Field of Leamington, 1875; -arrived in India, 1880 as Assistant to Tasker and Wilson ; now senior partner in the firm of King and Josselyn, Madras ; was one of the
��three secretaries of Madras in con nection with the reception of T. R H. the Prince and Princess of Wales, 1906. Out of India. Clubs : Purham County ; ]\Iadras.
��King, Sir Henry Seymour, M.A., F.R.G.S., K.C.I.E., (1892), M.P. (c) Central Hull, 1885-1911; s. of Henry Samuel King, J. P., Chiq- well, Essex; 6. 1852; edztc: Charter- house; Balliol College, Oxford ; Lieutenant for the City of London; a Governor of Charterhouse; ^ilayor of Kensington, 1901-02; head of the firm of Henry S. King & Co., London; King, King, & Co., Bom- ba)-; and King, Hamilton, & Co., Calcutta. Recreations; Golfing, Yaching, and Alpine Climbing. Address: 25, Cornwall Gardens, South Kensington, clubs: Athen- aenun, Carlton, Roval Automobile.
��King, Lucas White, B.A. L.L.B., L.L.D., F.S.A.; C.S.I. (1898); e.s, of late Deputy Surg-Gen-Henry King. Principal, Medical School Madras; b, 1856; vi. Geraldine, e. d. of late Alfred Harml-worth Temple ; Educ: Ennis Coll. an- Dublin University ; Exhibitioner, and Honour man. Trinity Coll, Dublin 1878 ; Assist. Resident, Mvsore (1887); First Assistant to the A.G.G., Central India (1888); Deputy Comr. Derah Ismail Khan 1890-95 ; Political officer, Zhob Valley Field Force 1890 ; Politi- cal officer, Waziristan Field Force 1894 (despatches, medal and clasp) Boundary officer Indo-Afghan De marcation Commission 1895 Deputy Comr. Peshawar 1895 Deputy Comr. Kohat 1897-1900 - Political officer Kohat. Kurram Field Force, and of the Tirah Expeditionary Force, 1897-98 (des- patches, medal with three clasps,