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FOSTER'S HAND-LIST OF


Carew, James Laurence, B.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, a student of the Middle Temple 4 May, 1874, called to the bar 3 July, 1878, admitted a barrister of Lincoln's Inn ad eundem 26 Nov., 1879 (4th surviving son of Laurence Carew, Esq., late of Kildangan, co. Meath); born , .

Kildangan, Edenderry; 12, New Court, W.C.


Carey, Frederick George, LL.B. London Univ. (four exhibitions) 1871 and a member of Convocation, a student of the Inner Temple 27 Oct., 1869 (then aged 19), exhibition Trin., 1872, called to the bar 18 Nov., 1872 (4th son of Jonathan Carey, of London); born , 1850.

6, New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.


Carey, Sir Peter Stafford, knighted 23 Nov., 1863, M.A., St. John's Coll., Oxon, 1829 (1st class classics), bailiff of Guernsey since 1845, recorder of Dartmouth 1836-45, judge of Wells borough court 1838-45, of the Counsel to the Court of the Queen's palace of Westminster since 1845, professor English law Univ. Coll., London, 1838-45, author of Borough Court Rates, a student of the Middle Temple 18 April, 1826, called to the bar 25 June, 1830 (only son of Peter Martin Carey, Esq., of Taunton, Somerset); born 7 April, 1803; married 16 Feb., 1835, Emily Aubrey, dau. of late Lt.-Col. Richard Warren, Scots fusilier guards, etc., and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

Candie, Guernsey; Oxford and Cambridge Club.


Cargill, William Walter, M.P. Berwick-on-Tweed 1863-5, a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Nov., 1854, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1859 (eldest son of William Cargill, Esq., superintendent of the province of Otago and a member of the first House of Representatives of New Zealand); born 31 Dec, 1813.

Lancaster Lodge, Campden House Road, W.


Carlile, James Wren, M.A. Balliol Coll., Oxon, practises before the supreme court at Napier, a student of the Middle Temple 18 Nov., 1865, called to the bar 10 June, 1870 (eldest son of James Carlile, D.D., of Dublin, dec.); born , .

Napier, New Zealand.


Carlyon, George Richard Guavas, B.A. Jesus Coll., Camb., a student of the Inner Temple 29 Oct., 1878 (then aged 23), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1882 (eldest son of George Guavas Carlyon, of Guavas, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, late capt. 1st royals, dec.); born , 1855.


Rivett-Carnac, Louis Wilfred Guise, administrator-general and official trustee Bombay, a student of the Inner Temple 30 Oct., 1873 (aged 20), called to the bar 13 June, 1877 (5th son of late William John Rivett-Carnac, B.C.S.); born , 1853; married 22 Oct., 1883, Mabel, dau. of late Lieut.-Col. William Southey, Madras S.C., (see Foster's Baronetage).

Bombay.


Stradling-Carne, John Whitlock, D.C.L., Jesus Coll., Oxon, 1843, M.A. 1839, F.S.A., chairman Cowbridge bench of magistrates, etc., high sheriff Glamorganshire 1874, J.P., D.L., sometime commissioner in bankruptcy for that county, assumed the surname of Stradling-Carne in lieu of Nicholl-Carne in 1877, a student of the Inner Temple 8 Nov., 1837 (then aged 21), called to the bar 20 Nov., 1840 (2nd son of Rev. Robert Nicholl, of Dimlands House, Glamorgan); born 16 April, 1817; married 1st, 10 April, 1844, Mary Jane, only dau. of P. W. Brancker, Esq., of Wavertree, Lancashire; she died 2 Sept., 1874; he married 2ndly, 10 May, 1877, Mary Salusbury dau. of John L. Crump, Esq., of Hampton, co. Hereford, and has issue by both marriages.

St. Donat's Castle, Bridgend, Glamorganshire.


Carnegie, James Isaac, a student of the Middle Temple 21 April, 1841, called to the bar 3 May, 1844 (eldest son of James Carnegie, Esq., of Northesk, co. Cork); born .


Carnegy, Patrick Alexander Donald, practises before the supreme court of Bombay and at Allahabad, a student of the Middle Temple 3 Nov., 1873, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1877 (eldest son of Patrick Carnegy, C.I.E., of Hazlewood, Surrey, dep. commis. Oude); born 27 Nov., 1855 (see Foster's Peerage, E. Northesk).

Bombay.


Carbe, Johan Frederick, M.A. Trin. Coll., Camb., 1883, B. A., LL.B. 1879, a student of the Inner Temple 29 Jan., 1879 (then aged 22), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1881 (eldest son of Anders Kruise Caröe, of Blundell Sands, Lancashire, Danish consul); born , 1857.


Carpenter, Charles, J.P. Cornwall, a student of the Inner Temple 20 Nov., 1824, called to the bar 20 Nov., 1829 (only son of James Carpenter, of Exmouth, Devon, gentleman); born ,

45, Brunswick Square, Brighton.


Carpmael, Ernest, M.A. (fellow), St. John's Coll., Camb., 1870, F.R.A.S., goes the Northern circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 8 Nov., 1866, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1869 (7th son of William Carpmael, C.E., of Lincoln's Inn); born , ; married 23 Aug., 1876, Matilda Catherine, only dau. of late James Henry Butler, F.R.C.S., dep. insp.-genl. of hospitals Bengal army.

Ferndale, Woodside Road, Sutton, Surrey; 3, Harcourt Buildings, Temple, E.C.


Carr, John Roddam, LL.D. London Univ. 1848 and a member of Convocation, educated at Manchester Coll., author of a System of Shorthand and Axioms of the Pentateuch, sometime professor at Regent's Park Coll., a student of Gray's Inn 24 March, 1852, called to the bar 30 April, 1855, and to the bench 22 March, 1875 (2nd son of Matthew Carr, Esq., late of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, dec.); born , ; married 3 Jan., 1859, Ellen, dau. of John Knaggs, Esq., of Euston Square, London, N.W.

Carr's Villa, Cart's Hill, by Wolsingham, Durham.


Carr, Joseph William Comyns, matric. London Univ. 1870, a member of the Northern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 4 June, 1869 (then aged 20), called to the bar 30 April, 1872 (3rd son of Jonathan Carr, of Lavender Hill, Surrey); born , 1849.

19, Blandford Square, N.W.