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Caulfeild, of London and Raheenduff, Queen's Co.); born 29 Dec, 1819; married 1st, 20 April, 1847, Anne Louisa, youngest dau. of late Joseph R. Francklin, Esq.; she died 7 May, 1882; he married 2ndly, 3 Sept., 1883, Eleanor, youngest dau. of late Charles Richard Harford, Esq., of St. Leonards-on-Sea (see Foster's Peerage, E. Charlemont).

Clone House, St. Leonards-on-Sea.

Cavanagh, Christopher, LL.B. London Univ. 1875, B.A. 1872, and a member of Convocation, educated at Ushaw Coll., author of Principles and Precedents of Modern Conveyancing, of Law of Money Securities, editor of Webster's Parliamentary Costs, a member of the Northern circuit, a student of the Middle Temple 4 April, 1870, called to the bar 26 Jan., 1874 (4th son of Charles Cavanagh, Esq., of St. John's, Blackrock, co. Dublin, dec.); born , .

3, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C.

Cave, George, B.A. (late scholar) St. John's Coll., Oxon, joint editor of Sweet's Concise Precedents in Conveyancing, 3rd edition, a student of the Inner Temple 13 May, 1876 (then aged 20), real and personal property scholar Jan., 1879, called to the bar 9 June, 1880 (2nd son of Thomas Cave, M.P., of Queensberry House, Richmond, Surrey); born 23 Feb., 1856.

Queensberry House, Richmond, Surrey; 26, Old Square, W.C.

Cave, (Hon.) Sir Lewis William, Knt., a justice of the High Court of Justice, judge in bankruptcy 1884, Queen's Bench Division 1881-4, M.A., Lincoln Coll., Oxon, 1877, a revising barrister 1865-75, Q.C. 1875, recorder of Lincoln 1873-81, a commissioner of assize 1877, and a commissioner to inquire into corrupt practices at elections 1880, editor of Addison on Torts, Addison on Contracts, knighted 1 April, 1881, a student of the Inner Temple 24 Jan., 1856 (then aged 23), called to the bar 10 June, 1859, Q.C. 25 June, 1875, bencher 15 June, 1877 (eldest son of William Cave, Esq., of Dessborough, Northants, dec.); born 3 July, 1832; married S Aug., 1856, Julia, dau. of late Rev. C. F. Watkins, vicar of Brixworth, Northants.

5, Southwell Gardens, South Kensington, S.W.; Oxford & Cambridge and Athenæum Clubs.

Cawston, George, a student of the Inner Temple 11 July, 1878 (then aged 27), called to the bar 3 May, 1882 (2nd son of Samuel William Cawston, of Clapham, Surrey); born , 1851.

10, Hyde Park Street, W.; 6, Crown Office Row, Temple, E.C.

Cayley, Arthur, D.C.L. 1864, LL.D. Dublin 1865, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1845, B.A., senior wrangler, and first Smith's prizeman 1842, scholar and fellow, matric King's Coll., London, 1858, hon. doctor of mathematics and of physics Leyden 1875, Sadlerian professor of mathematics at Cambridge since its institution 1863, president of Royal Astronomical Society 1872-3, F.R.S., F.R.A.S., fellow also of the Cambridge Philosophical Society and of the London Mathematical Society, a student of Lincoln's Inn 20 April, 1846 (then aged 24), called to the bar 3 May, 1849 (eldest son of Henry Cayley, Esq., of London); born 16 Aug., 1821; married 8 Sept., 1863, Susan, dau. of Robert Moline, Esq., of Greenwich, and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

Cayley, Sir Richard, M.A. (scholar), St. John's Coll., Camb., 1858, chief justice Ceylon 1879-83, knighted at Windsor Castle 29 June, 1882, advocate Ceylon 1863, deputy Queen's advocate 1867-72, puisne judge supreme court of that island 1873-6, Queen's advocate 1876-9, a student of Lincoln's Inn 2 Nov., 1859 (then aged 26), called to the bar 11 June, 1862 (3rd son of Edward Cayley, Esq., of Stamford, co. Lincoln); born 22 April, 1833; married 17 April, 1866, Sophia Margaret, dau. of David Wilson, a member of the Legislative Council of Ceylon, and has issue (see Foster's Baronetage).

Ryhall Hall, Stamford; New University Club.

Cearns, Samuel Walter, capt. 3rd batt the king's (Shropshire light infantry) regt. since 1879, a lieut. on reserve of officers since 1880, undergrad. Hertford Coll., Oxon, a student of the Middle Temple 20 Nov., 1875, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1880 (only son of Samuel Cearns, of South Hill Grove, Oxton, Cheshire); born , .

13, Bruton Street, Berkeley Square, W.

Scott-Chad, Charles, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1883, J.P. Norfolk, a student of the Inner Temple 25 Jan., 1881 (then aged 23), called to the bar 7 May, 1884 (eldest son of Joseph Stonehewer Scott-Chad, Esq., of Thursford Hall, Norfolk); born 23 March, 1857.

Thursford Hall, East Dereham, Norfolk.

Chadwick, Charles Henry, equity draftsman and conveyancer, undergrad. Queen's Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn 28 June, 1878 (then aged 21), called to the bar 29 June, 1881 (3rd son of Benjamin Chadwick, of Dewsbury, solicitor); born , 1857.

Manor House, Pinner; 2, Stone Buildings, W.C.

Chadwick, Edwin, C.B., corresponding member of Institute of France, honorary member of British Medical Association, commissioner of inquiry into administration of poor laws 1833, secretary of poor law commission 1834, etc., C.B. 27 April, 1848, commissioner of First General Board of Health 1848, retired on pension 1855, a student of the Inner Temple 21 Nov., 1823, called to the bar 26 Nov., 1830 (eldest son of James Chadwick, of Exeter, Devon, gentleman); born , 1800; married , , Rachel, dau. of John Kennedy, of Knockelling, Galloway, N.B.

Park Cottage, East Sheen, Mortlake, S.W.; Athenæum Club.

Chadwick, Harry, B.A., Worcester Coll., Oxon, 1873, lord of the manor of Pudleston, a student of the Inner Temple 20 Jan., 1871 (then aged 21), called to the bar 6 June, 1874 (only son of Henry Strettell Chadwick of Brighton, bar.-at-law); born , 1849; married 2 Dec, 1875, Jane Lane, dau. of William Percival Boxall, Esq., of Cowfold, Sussex.

3, Hare Court, Temple, E.C.; Pall Mall Club, S.W.

Chadwick, Henry Strettell, a student of the Inner Temple 19 Feb., 1828, called to the bar 30 Jan., 1835 (eldest son of Elias Chadwick, late of Swinton, Lancashire, gentle-