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KNIGHTAGE. Canterbury 1849-72, Professor of Interna- tional Law in King's Coll. 1852-5, Regius Professor of Civil Law in Univ. of Oxford l8 5S-7> Vicar-Gen, of Province of Can- terbury 1852-72, Chancellor of Diocese of London 1858-72, and Advocate-Gen, of the Admiralty 1862-77, ar >d f the Crown 1867-72 : m. 1862, Pharailde, da. of the late Gen. Vanlynseele ; cr. K.B. 1867. Athen&um Club. TYLER, Sir Henry Whatley, son of the late John Chatfield Tyler, of Chesterfield-street, W. ; b. 1827 ; formerly Capt. R.E. ; was an Inspector of Railways 1853-70, and Ch. Inspector thereof 1870- 77 ; is Pres. of Grand Trunk Railway of Canada; sat as M. P. for Harwich (C) 1880-5, anf l f r Great Yarmouth 1885-92, when he was defeated therefor : m. 1852, Margaret, da. of Gen. Sir Charles Pasley, K.C.B. ; cr. K.B. 1877. Py mines Park, Edmonton ; Carlton and Army and Navy Clubs. TYLER, Sir John William, M.D., C.I.E., son of Charles Wordsworth Tyler, Esq. ; b. 1839 ; ed. at the Doveton Coll., and at Medical Coll., Calcutta ; L.S.A. Lond. 1861, M.D. St. Andrew's, L.R.C. P.; Edin.,andL.R.C.S., Edin, 1862, F.R.C.S. Edin. 1870 ; sometime a Sup. of Central Prisons, N.W. P., India, and officiated in 1884 and 1888 as Inspector-Gen, of Prisons in N.W. P. and Oudh ; was specially employed at Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 ; appointed Inspector- Gen. of Prisons, N.W. Provinces and Oudh 1890 : m. 1866, Mary Emma Bateman; cr. C.I.E. 1886, K.B. 1888. Lucknow, India. TYTLER, Gen. Sir James Macleod Bannatyne FRASEK-, K.C.B., son of the late W. Fraser-Tytler, Esq., of Aldowrie and Balnain, Inverness ; b. 1821; entered Bengal Army 1841, became Capt. and Major 1851, Lieut. -Col. 1854, Col. 1858, Maj. -Gen. 1866, Lieut.-Gen. 1874, and Gen. 1877 ; served in Afghanistan Cam- paign 1842, in Sutlej Campaign 1845-6 (medal with two clasps), in Punjab 1848-9, in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857 (medal with clasp and C.B.), and in command of Left Column Bhootan Field Force 1864-5, of Bhootan Field Force and E. Frontier Brig. 1865-6, of Allahabad Div. 1871, ! and of Sirhind Div. 1871-3 : m. 1868, i Anne, da. of Thomas Hume Langley, < Esq. ; cr. C.B. 1858, K.C.P-. 1887. Falk- land House, Charles Road, St. Leonards- ' on-Sea. U P I N G T o N, Hon. Sir Thomas, K.C.M.G., son of the late S. Upington, j Esq.; of Lisleigh House, co. Cork ; b. 1844 ; | ed. at Trin. Coll., Dublin (M.A. 18 ) ; Bar. I King's Inns, Dublin, 1867 ; is a Q.C. for I Cape Colony, and Lieut.-Col. Comdg. ist Cape Administrative Regt. ; formerly Sec. to Lord Chancellor of Ireland (Lord O'Hagan, K.P.) ; was Attorney-Gen, of i Cape Colony 1878-81, Attorney-Gen, and , Premier 1884-6, and Attorney-Gen, only 1886-90 ; was a Member of Commn. appointed by the late Sir Bartle Frere to inquire into laws and customs of native population of Cape Colony, and a Mem- ber of Colonial Conference in London 1887 ; appointed a Puisne Judge of Cape Colony 1892 : m. 1872, May, da. of John Guerin, Esq., of Eden Hill, co. Cork; cr. K.C.M.G. 1887. Wynberg, Cape Town. VAUGHAN, Gen. Sir John Luther, K.C.B., son of the late Rev. Edward Thomas Vaughan; /'. 1820; entered Bengal Army 1840, became Capt. 1850, Major 1856, Lieut.-Col. 1859, Col. 1866, Maj.- Gen. 1870, Lieut.-Gen. 1877, and Gen. 1888 ; served in Gwalior Campaign 1843-4 (bronze star), as D.Q.M.G. with Turkish Contingent during Crimean War (4th class Medjidie and Turkish medal), in command of 5th Punjab Infantry in Indian Mutiny 1857-9 (twice thanked by Govt. , and medal), and during operations of Eusufzye Field Force 1863 (medal with clasp), and in command of 2nd Brig. Hazara Field Force 1868 (mentioned in despatches, thanked by Indian Govt., and clasp) : m. 1848, Mary Anne, da. of William Bishop, Esq. ; cr. C.B. 1864, K.C.B. 1887. i, Edinburgh Mansions, Victoria Street, S. W. ; Junior United Service Club. VERDUN, Sir George Frederic, K.C.M.G., C.B., F.R.S., son of the late Rev. Edward Verdon, V. of St. Anne's, Tottington, Lancashire ; b. 1834 ; ed. at RossallSch. , Fleetwood ; in 1854 was one of the first Members of the Victoria Vol. Force, and in 1857 was engaged in suppress- ing an outbreak of Convicts (thanked by Govt.) ; was Hon. Assist, in Astronomical Observatory 1858 ; elected M.L.A. 1859, and was appointed Treasurer ; Bar. of Victoria 1863 ; in 1866 went to England and obtained a grant of 100,000 from Home Govt. towards the defences of the Colony ; was several years Finance Minister of Victoria, and Agent-Gen, for that Pro- vince in England 1868-72 ; is a M.E.C. of Victoria, a J.P. for that Colony, S. Australia and N.S. Wales, and a Major in the Local Forces : m. 1861, Anne, who d. 1889, da. of Mr. John Armstrong, of Melbourne ; cr. C.B. 1866, K.C.M.G. 1872. Melbourne ; Alton, Victoria ; Athetuzum Club. VINCENT, Sir Edgar, K.C.M.G. [see Vincent, Bart.]. VINE, Sir John Richard Somers, son of Mr. John Vine ; b. 1847 ; ed. at Spalding Gram. Sen., and at Camb. Univ. ; was Private Sec. at the Mansion House to Lords Mayor of London 1872-5, Sec. to Bengal Famine Relief Fund 1874, and to British Fund for Relief of the inun- dated departments of the S.;of France 1875, City and Official Agent to International Fisheries, Health, and Inventions Exhi- bitions 1883-4-5, and to Roy. Commrs. for