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MEN-AT-THE-BAR.

Pelham, Hon. Thomas Henry William, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1875, from Eton, a boundary commissioner for the Seats Bill 1884–5, legal adviser to agricultural department of the privy council since 1882, Local Government Board inspector 1883, a member of the South-eastern circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 20 March, 1868, called to the bar 6 June, 1871 (3rd son of Henry Thomas, 3rd earl of Chichester); born 21 Dec., 1847; married 26 July, 1883, Louisa Keith, dau. of late William Bruce, Esq., and cousin of Lord Balfour of Burleigh (see Foster's Peerage).

25, Brechin Place, South Kensington; 3, Park Prospect, Little Queen Street, Westminster, S.W.

Pell, Oliver Claude, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1851, from Rugby, J.P., D.L. Isle of Ely, a student of Lincoln's Inn 8 Nov., 1848 (then aged 23), called to the bar 14 Nov., 1851 (youngest son of Sir Albert Pell, late of Rimer Hall, Herts, dec.); born  , 1825; married  , 1855, Adelaide, youngest dau. of Marcus McCausland, of Drenagh, co. Londonderry.

Wilburton Manor, Ely.

Pellereau, Etienne, chief justice of Mauritius since 1883, procureur and advocate-general Mauritius 1881–3, a student of the Middle Temple 23 Oct., 1857, called to the bar 6 June, 1860 (eldest son of Etienne Pellereau, of the Mauritius, sworn broker); born  ,  .

Mauritius.

Pellew, Edward Ferdinand, LL.M., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1870, revising barrister for South Wilts, sometime secretary to royal commission on railway accidents, a member of the Western circuit, a student of the Inner Temple 12 Nov., 1862 (then aged 18), called to the bar 30 April, 1866 (only son of Edward Pellew, of London); born  , 1844.

90, Redcliffe Gardens, S.W.; 1, Brick Court, Temple, E.C.

Pelte, François Stanislas Edouard, a student of the Middle Temple 25 Jan., 1868, called to the bar 17 Nov., 1870 (only son of Louis Aristide Stanislas Pelte, of Mauritius, notary public); born  ,  .

Mauritius.

Pember, Edward Henry, Q.C., M.A. Christ Church, Oxon, B.A. 1854, J.P. Hants, a member of the Midland circuit, a student of Lincoln's Inn 2 May, 1855 (then aged 22), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1858, Q.C. 19 Feb., 1874, a bencher 25 April, 1876 (eldest son of John Edward Ross Pember, Esq., of Clapham Park, Surrey); born  , 1833; married 28 Aug., 1861, Fanny, only dau. of William Richardson, Esq., late of Sydney, New South Wales.

Vicar's Hill House, Boldre, Lymington; 32, Great George Street, Westminster, S.W.

Pemberton, Edward Leigh, M.P. East Kent since 1868, major royal East Kent mounted rifles 1863–77, J.P. Kent, B.A., St. John's Coll., Oxon, 1845, from Eton, a student of Lincoln's Inn 14 Nov., 1840 (then aged 17), called to the bar 8 June, 1847 (eldest son of Edward Leigh Pemberton, of London, solicitor); born 14 May, 1823; married 4 Aug., 1849, Matilda Catherine, eldest dau. of late Rev. and Hon. Francis James Noel (see Foster's Peerage, E. Gainsborough).

Torry Hill, Sittingbourne; 5, Warwick Square, S.W.; 21, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C.; Carlton and Arthur's Clubs.

Pemberton, George, B.A. Jesus Coll., Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Jan., 1849 (then aged 23), called to the bar 1 May, 1854 (2nd son of Edward Pemberton, Esq., of Plas Issa, Flints); born  , 1826.

Pemberton, Henry Williams, M.A., Trin. Coll., Camb., 1844, from Eton, J.P., D.L. co. Camb., assumed the surname of Pemberton in lieu of his patronymic on his marriage by royal licence Oct., 1855, a student of the Inner Temple 16 Nov., 1840 (then aged 21), called to the bar 3 May, 1844 (3rd son of Rev. Edward Hodgson, vicar of Rickmansworth, Herts); born  , 1819; married 1 Nov., 1855, Frances Maria Sophia, widow of Capt. Huntley Campbell, 20th regt., only dau. and heir of Francis Charles James Pemberton, Esq., of Trumpington, and has issue.

Trumpington Hall, Cambridge; Arthur's and Oxford & Cambridge Clubs.

Pemberton, Sholto Rawlins, B.A., Downing Coll., Camb., 1883, a student of the Inner Temple 19 Nov., 1880 (then aged 22), called to the bar 6 June, 1883 [eldest son of (Hon.) Sholto Thomas Pemberton, chief justice Leeward Islands]; born  , 1858.

Leeward Islands.

Pemberton, Walter, a student of Lincoln's Inn 3 Nov., 1837 (then aged 17), called to the bar 10 Nov., 1842 (eldest son of late Walter Maynard Pemberton, of Nevis, West Indies); born  , 1820.

Care of Stockton Rectory, Tenbury.

Pemberton, Wilfred Leigh, undergrad. Christ Church, Oxon, a student of Lincoln's Inn 9 Nov., 1876 (then aged 23), called to the bar 26 Jan., 1880 (2nd son of Edward Leigh Pemberton, of Lincoln's Inn, bar.-at-law, M.P.); born 19 June, 1853 (see Foster's Peerage, E. Gainsborough).

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

Pendarves, William Cole, B.A., Christ Church, Oxon, 1864, from Harrow, a member of the Western circuit, high sheriff Cornwall 1878, J.P., D.L., deputy warden of the stannaries, assumed the name of Pendarves in lieu of his patronymic in 1861, a student of Lincoln's Inn 17 March, 1864 (then aged 22), called to the bar 27 Jan., 1868 (eldest son of John Wood, Esq., of Martock, Somerset); born  , 1842.

Pendarves, Redruth; 58, Ennismore Gardens, S.W.