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Carrington, Harold Tartt, M.A. Univ. Coll., Oxon, a student of the Inner Temple 15 April, 1880 (then aged 27), called to the bar 6 June, 1883 (4th son of Edward Carrington, J.P., of Cheltenham); born , 1853.

4, College Lawn, Cheltenham.

Carrington, (Hon.) John Worrell, D.C.L. Durham 1879, B.A., Lincoln Coll., Oxon, 1872, chief justice of St. Lucia and Tobago since 1882, solicitor-general Barbados 1877-81, attorney-general 1881-2, scholar Coddington Coll., Barbados, 1866, a member of the House of Assembly Oct., 1874, to Dec, 1878, when he was called to a seat in the legislative council, etc., a student of Lincoln's Inn 19 Nov., 1869 (then aged 22), called to the bar 6 June, 1872 (4th son of Nathaniel Worrell Carrington, late of Barbados, planter, dec.); born , 1847; married 2 Oct., 1872, Susan Katherine, only dau. of William Walsh, Esq., of Norkam, Oxford.

St. Lucia.

Carson, James Simpson, major late royal Bucks (K.O.) militia, J.P. Bucks, under-grad. Worcester Coll., Oxon, a student of the Middle Temple 3 Nov., 1865, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1872 (eldest son of James Carson, of Spinfield, Great Marlow, Bucks, gentleman); born , 1843; married , 1881, Ann Hester, only dau. of James Wyld, Esq.

Spinfieid, Great Marlow, Bucks; Union Club, S.W.

Carson, Thomas Henry, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dublin, editor of Shelford's Real Property Statutes, a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Nov., 1867 (then aged 23), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1869 (only son of Joseph Carson, of Dublin, senior fellow Trin. Coll., Dublin); born 24 Nov., 1843; married 29 Aug., 1876, Mary Sophia, 3rd dau. of late Rev. Comyns Tucker, of Washford Pyne, Devon; she died 7 May, 1879.

4, Vicarage Gardens, Kensington, W.; 6, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.; Athenæum Club.

Bonham-Carter, Alfred, referee of private bills House of Commons since 1876, a student of the Inner Temple 2 May, 1855 (then aged 30), called to the bar 7 June, 1858 (2nd son of late John Bonham-Carter, Esq., M.P., of Buriton, Hants); born 18 May, 1825; married 27 May, 1879, Mary Henrietta, dau. of George Warde Norman, of Bromley Common, Kent, J.P., D.L.

3, Courtfield Road, S.W.; Brooks' Club.

Carter, Edward, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1874, equity draftsman and conveyancer, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1 May, 1871 (then aged 22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (only son of Edward Carter, Esq., of Upton, Southants); born 20 Sept., 1848; married 28 Aug., 1884, Mary Louisa, 6th dau. of Col. Evelegh, C.B., of Thornton Lodge, Wimbledon, late 20th regt.

10, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.

Carter, Francis Alfred, paymaster R.N. since May, 1877, assistant clerk Oct., 1859, clerk Oct., i860, assistant paymaster Oct., 1863-77, secretary to the commodore in China, present at the capture of three walled piratical villages in South China Jan., 1869 (mentioned in despatches), a student of the Middle Temple 15 Nov., 1871, called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (4th son of Alfred Carter, of Gosport, Hants schoolmaster); born .

Admiralty, Spring Gardens.

Carter, George William, M.A., Pembroke Coll., Camb., 1868, a student of Gray's Inn 9 June, 1868, called to the bar 6 June, 1871 (only surviving son of John Carter, of Knottingley, Yorks); born 1842; married 1 July, 1879, Elizabeth McMaster Paget, eldest dau. of John Milling, Esq., of Harlow Manor, Harrogate.

Lime Grove, Knottingley, Yorkshire; 43, Gloucester Street. S.W.

Carter, George William Lee Plumptre, lord of the manors of Raymonds, Deane Court, Falconhurst, and Jaques Court, etc., undergrad. Oriel Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn 7 Nov., 1844, went to the Inner Temple 31 May, 1848, where he was called to the bar 9 June, 1848 (eldest son of Harry William Carter, Esq., of Kennington Hall, Kent); born July, 1823; married Jan., 1854, Augusta, only child of late Rev. Wyndham Knatchbull, D.D., and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

Kennington Hall, Ashford, Kent; 25, Dover Street, Piccadilly, W.

Bonham-Carter, Henry, senior optlme mathematical tripos Trin. Coll., Camb., 1849, managing director of Guardian Fire and Life Assurance Company, a student of Lincoln's Inn 25 June, 1846 (then aged 19), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1853 (3rd son of John Bonham-Carter, Esq., M.P., late of Petersfield, Hants, and of the Inner Temple, bar.-at-law, dec.); born 15 Feb., 1827; married 10 June, 1862, Sibella Charlotte, elder dau. of George Warde Norman, Esq., of Bromley Common, Kent.

91, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde Park, W; 11, Lombard Street, E.C.

Carter, John, a student of the Middle Temple 11 Nov., 1847, called to the bar 22 Nov., 1850 (eldest son of John Carter, of Cheltenham, gentleman, dec.); born , .

Union Club, S.W.

Carter, John Corrie, LL.B., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1862, recorder of Stamford since June, 1881, counsel for the Mint at Birmingham and Warwick, revising barrister since 1876, etc., a member of the Midland circuit, editor of Rogers on Elections, of Corrupt Practices Act 1883, a student of the Inner Temple 15 Nov., 1861 (aged 21), called to the bar 17 Nov., 1865 (3rd son of Samuel Carter, of London, late M.P. Coventry, dec.); born 29 Dec, 1839; married 31 Oct., 1876, Amy Josephine, 2nd dau. of Rev. John Gylby Lonsdale, M.A., canon of Lichfield.

43, Sussex Gardens, W.; 7, Fig Tree Court, Temple E.C.

Carter, Samuel, M.P. Tavistock in two parliaments, April, 1852, to Feb., 1853, when he was unseated, contested that borough in 1847 and 1857, a revising barrister 1879-84, author of Midnight Effusions and The Avenge, a member of the Western circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 25 Oct., 1844, called to the bar 6 Nov., 1847 (only son of John Carter, of Tavistock, Devon); born 11 Nov., 1814; married 1 March, 1858, Caroline, dau. of Capt J. W. Bennison, commander H.M.S. Stirling Castle.

24, Charlotte Street, Brandon Hill, Bristol.