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AARON, BARNETT. 6. Duke's place, Aldgate,

ABBADIE, A. T. (Con.) London 21 Nov. 1800; a Jew pugilist known 1810; educ. in France; explored with his as Barney Aaron, the Star of the East;

brother, Ethiopia 1837—9 and 1839-49; beat Edward Stockman 6 May 1823, John

knight of legion of honour; member of Lenny 5 Aug. 1823, Frank Redmond 30 Dec.

Académie des Sciences 1867, to which he 1823, Peter Warren 6 April 1824; matched

gave in Jany. 1896 an estate at Abbadia in to fight Richard Curtis for £100 a side, but

the Basses-Pyrénées with a sum yielding forfeited his stake 23 Nov. 1824; beaten by 40,000 francs a year on condition of its Arthur Matthewson, £100 a side, 58 rounds

preparing within 50 years a catalogue of in 70 minutes at Colnbrook, Bucks. 21 June half-a-million stars ; chief of the expedition 1824; beat Richard Hares, £50 a side, 41

sent out by the Académie to Haiti to observe rounds at No Man's Land near St. Albans 21

the transit of Venus 1882 ; erected an obserMarch 1826; beaten by R. Curtis, £100 a vatory at his Chateau d'Abbadia, Hendaye, side, 9 rounds in 50 minutes at Andover 27 Basses-Pyrénées; F.R.A.S. 8 Nov. 1895; Feb. 1827; received £50 forfeit from F.

gave annual prizes for long-ball in the Basque Redmond 21 Aug. 1827; beat F. Redmond,

parish of Urrugne, where he resided from £50 a side, 42 rounds in 72 minutes at No

1850; author of Observations relatives à la Man's Land 23 Oct. 1827; beat Marsh Bate

physique du globe, faites au Brésil et en man, £40 a side on Landsdowne racecourse

Ethiopia 1873 and other works. d. Paris 19 4 July 1828 ; beaten by Harry Jones, £50 a March 1897. Encyclopedia Britannica 2cv 2-3 side, 18 rounds in 15 minutes at the Barge (1902); Monthly notices of royal astronom. soc. house, Woolwich marshes 11 Nov. 1828 ; lviii 128-30 (1898); Times 22 March 1897 p. beat James Raines, £50 a side, 13 rounds in

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226. 28 minutes at Navestock Green, Essex 26 May 1829 ; beaten by Tom Smith, £50 a ABBADIE, ARNAUD MICHEL d' (brother of side, 20 rounds in 26 minutes at Greenstreet preceding). b. Dublin 1815; educ. in France ; Green, Kent 1 April 1834; a dealer in fish explored with his brother, Ethiopia 1837-9 in East end of London from 1828. d. 3 Boar's and 1839-49. d. 1893. Encyclopedia Britannica Head yard, Whitechapel, London 11 July XXV 2-3 (1902). 1859. 'H. D. Miles's Pugilistica i 487-94, 504–15, 530 (1880) prt.; P. Egan's New series ABBATT, RICHARD (son of Edward Abbatt, d. of Boxiana ii 153-94 (1829) prt.; Fistiana 1802). b. Burgess Hill, Sussex 1800; educ. (1868) 1, 31, 67, 81, 113; Certificate of the

at a boarding school in Yorkshire; apprenticed registrar general, London.

to a grocer, indentures cancelled on account

of ill-health; a member of Society of Friends; ABBADIE, ANTOINE THOMPSON d' (son of a mathematical master in a school at HammerFrench father and Irish mother). 6. Dublin smith, and then at a school of Society of ABBATT, R. (Con.)

ABBOTT, FRANCIS GEORGE. b. 1805 or 1806; Friends at Tottenham; partner with Dr. attorney at 3 Rolls yard, Chancery lane, Usmer in a school at Epping 1836-9, when London 1829; partner with R. B. Wheatly school was removed to Stoke Newington; as attornies and patent agents at same address presented with 1,000 guineas by his old pupils 1845-8, at 22 Southampton buildings, Chanwhen he retired ; one of the party sent out to cery lane, and at Staines, Middlesex 1848 to observe the eclipse of the sun at Gibraltar death ; deputy clerk of Petty bag office, court Dec. 1870; resided at Marlboro house, Lord- of chancery, London 1842-8, clerk 1848 to ship road, Stoke Newington, London 1860-5,

death. d. Folkestone 25 June 1864. Solicitors' and latterly at Burgess Hill; elected F.R.A.S. Journal 2 July 1864 p. 713. 8 Feb. 1833 ; author of The elements of plane ABBOTT, SIR FREDERICK (son of Henry Alexius and spherical trigonometry 1832, 2 ed. 1836; Abbott of Calcutta, merchant, then of BlackA treatise on the calculus of variations 1836; heath, Kent). b. Littlecourt, Herts. 13 June The principles and practice of linear per- 1805; educ. Warfield, Berkshire and Addisspective, divested of all difficulty 1853 ; combe; 1 lieut. Bengal engineers 1 May 1824, General education : learning made easy, or lieut. col. 11 Nov. 1846; superintending teaching by reason and sight 1854; Ortho

engineer of North-western provinces of Bengal graphic projection of the globe on the plane

June 1841 to Feb. 1842 and 30 Dec. 1842 to of a given horizon: or perspective view of 1 Jany. 1846; chief engineer with general the earth 1857; A short introduction to the Pollock's force against Cabul 1842; lieut. Principia; or the first steps in physical

governor of military college at Addiscombe 8 astronomy 1868; The elements of physical

Jany. 1851 to June 1861, when college closed, astronomy 1870; and Remarks on the infini

it was sold to the British land

for tesimal calculus 1876; published also two

company

£33,600, 30 Aug. 1861; retired from active Orthographic projections of the world repre- list 1 Oct. 1847; C.B. 27 June 1846 ; knighted senting the earth floating in space. d. Burgess at St. James's palace 9 June 1854 ; M.G. 10 Hill, Sussex 15 Sept. 1884. bur. Abney park

Sept. 1858; member of royal commission on cemet. Park st. Stoke Newington, London.

defences of the U.K. 20 Aug. 1859 to May Annual Monitor (1885) 1; Monthly notices of 1860; served in first Burmese war 1824-6, royal astronom. soc. Feb. 1885 pp. 188-9.

in Afghan war 1841-3, and in first Sikh ABBOTT, CHARLES. 6. Debenham, Suffolk 9 campaign 1846; member of council of military

Feb. 1798; a grocer at Ipswich; admitted a education 1 July 1862 to 31 Dec. 1868; Brother of the Charterhouse 3 Feb. 1876, triennial inember of Cheltenham college council having been nominated by sir Wm. Erle, one 1871-85, life member 1885-7; author of of the governors. d. the Charterhouse, city Practical treatise on permanent bridges for of London 13 March 1899 aged 101. bur. Indian rivers, Agra 1847, 2 ed. 1850. d. family vault, Norwood cemet., photograph of Goshen, Branksome park, Bournemouth 4 him taken Feb. 1898 in the library at Char

Nov. 1892. Vibart's Addiscombe (1894) 190terhouse. Times 10 Feb. 1899 p. 12; informa- 200, 311, ? prts. ; Thackeray's Biographical tion from The Rev. W'm. Haig Brown.

notices of officers of the Royal (Bengal) engineers ABBOTT, CHARLES JAMES (1 son of Charles

(1900) 86-91; T'imes 7 Nov. 1892 p. 10; Daily Tbelwell Abbott of 8 New Inn, London,

Graphic 10 Nov. 1892 p. 13 prt. attorney, d. 9 Sept. 1853). b. London 1816; ABBOTT, HENRY. b. Salonica, Turkey 1842 educ. Winchester coll. ; partner in firm of or 1843; consul for Germany at Salonica ; Abbott, Jenkins and Abbott, solicitors, 8 New murdered by the Turks in council room in Inn, London 1841 to death; under-sheriff of grounds of the mosque at Salonica 6 May county of Surrey 1851-86; senior ancient of 1876. I.L.N. 27 May 1876 p. 509, 17 June society of New Inn to his death. d. Rydens, p. 584 prt. Walton-on-Thames 6 Jany. 1889. Law Times ABBOTT, HENRY DYETT. b. 15 Sept. 1816; 30 March 1889 p. 415.

ensign Madras army 9 Feb. 1836 ; ensign 31 ABBOTT, FRANCIS. b. 1800; clerk in general Madras N.I. 6 Dec. 1836, captain 15 Nov.

post office, Lombard st. London 1822-46; 1853; major Madras staff corps 18 Feb. 1861, secretary of general post office for Scotland lieut. col. 18 Feb. 1863; M.G. 3 Nov. 1878; 1846-68; m. 10 Dec. 1861 Frances Jane, 1 placed on unemployed supernumerary list 1 dau, of admiral sir Wm. Parker, 1 baronet, July 1881; general 22 Jany. 1889; served she d. 7 Nov. 1871. d. 25 Moray place, through the Indian mutiny 1857-9; C.B. 21 Edinburgh 11 Sept. 1893, bust in post office, March 1859. d. 61 Nevern sq. Earl's court, Edinburgh. Baines's Forty years at the post

London 13 Nov. 1892. Times 17 Nov. 1892 office i 257 (1895); Times 15 Sept. 1893 p. 1. p. 10; I.L.N. 26 Nov. 1892 p. 670.

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ABBOTT, SIR J. J. C. (Con.) Nov. 1814; educ. Addiscombe 1829-31; signed the Annexation manifesto 1849; repreensign 74 Bengal N.I. 6 Oct. 1832, major 11 sented Argenteuil in Canadian assembly 1859Nov. 1854; lieut. col. Bengal infantry 22 74 and 1881-7, contested Argenteuil 1874, Aug. 1858, colonel 9 Dec. 1867; M.G. 13

1878, and 1880; Q.C. May 1862; solicitorJune 1870, L.G. 1 Oct. 1877; served with

general for Lower Canada May 1862 to May Joudpore field force 1839-40; commanded

1863; chairman of standing committee of the Bundelcund auxiliaries with Saugor field assembly on banking and commerce several force 1858. d. 29 Powis sq. Bayswater, years; author of many important measures, London 17 May 1883. I.L.N. 26 May 1883 including the Insolvent act 1864, and the

Jury law consolidation act; associated with ABBOTT, JAMES. Resided in Sussex ; pen

sir Hector Langevin on the Letellier de St. sioner Queen's coll. Camb. 17 June 1822, Just mission to home government 1879; fellow commoner 1 March 1827 to 1835;

member of the Senate for division of InkerB.A. 1830, M.A. 1840; author of The hand- man in Quebec 13 May 1887 to death ; leader book of idiotcy: showing the idiot's condition, for the government in the Senate without the numerous causes of idiotcy and the most portfolio 1887-91; P.C. Canada May 1887, experienced methods of training and educating president June 1891 to 5 Dec. 1892; premier the idiot as successfully adopted by the

of the Dominion June 1891, resigned 5 Dec. continental governments of Europe and 1892 ; professor of commercial law and dean America 1856; Logical arguments and meta

of faculty of law of Mc Gill college 10 years physical verities proving that man has free and then a governor; raised the 11th battalion will in religious and spiritual things; also of volunteers or Argenteuil Rangers during showing the origin of evil, as taught by the the Trent difficulty 1861, lieut. col. 21 March most learned, and now presented for the 1862 to 4 Jany. 1884; promoted Canadiancandid consideration of every seeker after Pacific railway 1872, standing counsel 1880 truth 1856; The book for training children,

till 1886, a director 1886-91; mayor of for the mothers of England, 2 ed. 1864.

Montreal 1887-9; K.C.M.G. 25 May 1892;

author of The Argenteuil election case 1860; ABBOTT, SIR JAMES (brother of sir Frederick

The insolvent act of 1864, with notes, together Abbott 1805–92). b. 12 March 1807; educ.

with the rules of practice and the tariff of Blackheath and Addiscombe; 2 lieut. Bengal

fees for Lower Canada, Quebec 1864. d. artillery 6 June 1823, colonel 18 Feb. 1861;

Montreal 30 Oct. 1893. Dent's Canadian porcol. commandant R.A. 27 Feb. 1877 to death;

trait gallery iii 229-30 (1881); Todd's Parliasent to negotiate between Khiva and Russia

mentary government in the British colonies (1880) 29 Dec. 1839, concluded terms in St. Peters

601-20, 665; St. James's Budget 3 Nov. 1893 burg 1840; comr. of Hazara 1845-53, held it

p. 20 prt.; I.L.N. 4 Nov. 1893 p. 567 prt. during the Sikh war 1849-50, received thanks of both houses of parliament 1849; Abbotta- ABBOTT, JONAS ARCHER (son of Thomas bad was named after him as a memorial of Abbott of Dublin, alderman). b. 1806; entered his work; commanded centre column in an navy 2 March 1819; lieut. 1 Oct. 1830; first expedition into the Black mountain Dec. 1852 lieut. of the Trinculo 8 May 1838 to 7 Sept. to 1853; general on retired list 1 Oct. 1877; 1841; commander on b.p. 23 Nov. 1841; C.B. 24 May 1873, K.C.B. 26 May 1894 ; inspecting commander in the Coast guard at author of The T'Hakoorine, a tale of Maandoo Westport 11 April 1850 and at Ballycastle, 1841; Narrative of a journey from Heraut to co. Antrim 15 Aug. 1850 to April 1855; Khiva, Moscow and St. Petersburg, during captain 5 Feb. 1858, retired 7 Oct. 1870; the late Russian invasion of Khiva, 2 vols. retired R.A. 11 Dec. 1875, V.A. 20 Jany. 1843, portrait, 3 ed. 1884; Prometheus's 1880, admiral 1 July 1885. d. The Elms, daughter: a poem 1861. d. Ellerslie, Swan- Apley, Ryde, Isle of Wight 24 March 1887. more, Ryde, Isle of Wight 6 Oct. 1896. bur. O'Byrne's Naval biog. dict. new ed. (1861) 1. Guildford. Journal of Augustus Abbott, by C.

ABBOTT, PHILIP. Usher or writing master of R. Low (1879) 3-18; Vibart's Addiscombe

Clitheroe gr. sch. 29 Dec. 1812 ; incumbent (1894) 368-72; Times 8 Oct. 1896 p. 4.

of Colne, Lancs. Sept. 1817 to 1821 ; P.C. of ABBOTT, SIR JOHN JOSEPH CALDWELL (1 sor Downham, near Whalley, Lancs. 1818 to

of rev.Joseph Abbott 1789-1863, first Anglican death; P.C. of Newchurch in Rossendale, incumbent of St. Andrews, Argenteuil, Can- Lancs. 1825 to Dec. 1833; head master of ada). 6. St. Andrews 12 March 1821 ; educ. Clitheroe gr. sch. Oct. 1841 to death. d. Mc Gill univ., Montreal, B.C.L. 1847, bon. Clitheroe 4 Sept. 1852. Baines's History of D.C.L.; barrister Lower Canada Oct. 1847; Lancaster iii 361 (1890); G.M. Nov. 1852 p.545.

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ABBOTT, ROBERT LAMB (1 son of Evelyn ABDALE, GEORGE. Employed in the stable of

Abbott of Calverton, Notts.) b. Calverton 7 John Howe Osborne the trainer at Ashgill, Oct. 1840; educ. Lincoln gr. sch.; matric. at Cumberland about 1844-53; a good jockey Oxford as a non-collegiate student 11 Oct. but heavy; rode Maid of Masham for all her 1873; B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880; tutor of non- races as a five and six year old; trained earl collegiate students 1877, senior tutor 1880 to of Zetland's borses at Aske, near Richmond, death; found drowned in the river Thames Yorkshire 1853–9; trained Ivan who ran near Iffey lock 21 Jany. 1900, inquest held second for the St. Leger 1854, Fandango who 22 Jany., verdict suicide in a fit of temporary won the Metropolitan and Ascot cup 1855, insanity following upon a severe attack of and Vedette who won the Two thousand influenza. Foster's Oxford men (1893) 637; guineas 1857 and Great Ebor handicap 1858; Times 23 Jany. 1900 p. 6. 6

m. 1856 Sarah, 1 dau. of John Howe Osborne,

horse trainer, she d. 28 March 1895 aged 64. d. ABBOTT, SAUNDERS ALEXIUS (brother of sir

11 July 1859, his brother Wm. Abdale was the James Abbott 1807-96). b. about 1812 ; educ. Addiscombe 1826-8; ensign 42 Bengal

crack light-weight jockey of his day, he went

abroad to ride for count Henckell. Radcliffe's N.I. 3 June 1829; ensign 51 Bengal N.I. 2

Ashgill (1900) 10, 92, 94, 107 ; Kent's Racing Aug. 1832, captain 2 Aug. 1850, major 1

life of lord G. C. Bentinck (1892) 146, 171, 180. Jany. 1862 to 27 Oct. 1864; superintendent Khytul 27 Nov. 1845 to 16 March 1846; ABDY, CHARLES HAYES (younger son of James deputy comr. Cis-Sutlej territory 16 March Nicholas Abdy, colonel E.I.C.S. 1789-1855). 1846 to 1857; hon. A.D.C. to governor-general

6. 19 Sept. 1823; ensign Indian army 22 of India 19 Jany. 1846 to 1863; comr. Oude Sept. 1840; cornet 5 Madras cavalry 25 29 April 1858 to 27 Oct. 1864 ; colonel 25

March 1841, captain 13 June 1857; major Jany. 1861; retired 27 Oct. 1864 ; M.G. 24 Madras staff corps 12 Sept. 1866, lieut. col. Jany. 1865; severely wounded at battle of 22 Dec. 1866; placed on unemployed superFirozeshah 21 Dec. 1815; manager of Scinde numerary list 19 Sept. 1885; general' 31 and Punjaub railway 1863-72, a director March 1892; served in the South Mabratta 1872 to death; resided at 2 Petersham ter. campaign 1843-4. d.2 Marlborough buildings, Queen’s gate, South Kensington. d. Hove, Bath 9 April 1898. Hardwicke's Annual biog. Brighton 7 Feb. 1894. Times 13 Feb. 1894 (1856) 173; Times 14 April 1898 p. 4. p. 10; I.L.N. 7 April 1894 p. 432.

ABDY, JOHN THOMAS (brother of preceding). ABBOTT, WILLIAM. 6. 1833 ; stock and share

b. Madras 5 July 1822; educ. proprietary broker at 10 Tokenhouse yard, city of London

school, Kensington and Trin. hall, Camb., and the Stock exchange 1863, then at 16

fellow 1850-4; the only first-class of the civil Token house yard 1881 to death; upset the

law classes 1844-5; LL. B. 1847, LL D. 1852; board of the Great Western of Canada;

regius professor of civil law Camb. Oct. 1854, nearly turned sir Edward Watkin out of

being the 12th member of Trinity hall who chairmanship of South Eastern railway co. at

held the professorship without interruption half-yearly meeting 26 Jany. 1888; issued

from 1666 to 1873, resigned Dec. 1873; half-yearly analyses of the joint-stock banks ;

examiner for the Law triposes 1858-69 and resided at the Abbey, Campden hill road,

law and history triposes 1870-3; revising Kensington. d. 23 March 1888. Pall Mall

barrister Norfolk circuit July 1864 to April Budget 19 Jany. 1888 p. 10; Financial World

1871; recorder of Bedford 8 July 1870 to 28 Jany. 1888 p. 5 prt.; Times 24 March 1888

April 1893 ; judge of county courts, circuit p. 14, 28 March p. i.

38, Essex 1 April 1871, retired on pension of .

£1,000 a year April 1893; presented by the ABBOTT, WILLIAM. 6. Woolpit, Suffolk 31 registrars of the County courts in Essex with

March 1817; left the Church of England and his portrait in chalk 26 Dec. 1893; professor became a Baptist 1834 ; pastor of the church of civil law at Gresham coll. London 1858-96; at Wetherden, Suffolk 17 March 1844 ; pastor author of Historical sketch of civil procedure at Blunham, Beds. May 1852 to 28 Dec. 1890; among the Romans, Cambridge 1857; edited resided at Bedford 1891 to death ; ministered Kent's Commentary on international law 1866, at the villages round Bedford nearly every 2 ed. 1878; edited with Bryan Walker The Sunday 1891-8; wrote many tracts on baptism commentaries of Gaius, with a translation and other religious subjects; contributed and notes 1870, new ed. 1874; translated many articles to Baptist magazines. d. 25 with Bryan Walker The Institutes of Justinian, Argyle st. Bedford 24 Jany. 1899. The Baptist with notes 1876. d. Rottingdean near Brighton hand-book for 1900, edited by rev. W. J. Avery 25 Sept. 1899. Law Journal 30 Sept. 1899 p. (1899) 202.

508, 16 Dec. p. 707; Times 27 Sept. 1899 p. 8.

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