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Academicians of the Royal Scottish the purpose, and be sent to the Registrar before Academy.
the end of May, for admission in the first term, President, Sir George Reid, 1877.
commencing on the first Wednesday in October P. W. Adam ...... 1897 J. B. McDonald .. 1877 and ending middle of February, or before the end Robert Alexander 1888 Robert McGregor. 1889 of December for admission in the second term, W.Beattie-Brown 1884 W. D. McKay, commencing in the middle of February and ending Hippolyte J. Blanc 1896 Librarian 1883 middle of June. Hours 10 a.m. to 1.15, and 2 to Hugh Cameron 1869 Wm. McTaggart 1870 4, p.m., except Wed. and Sat., when the College Robert Gibb ...... 1882 Pittendrigh Mac
closes at 1 p.m. ; students receiving instruction in James Guthrie 1892 gillivray
1901 inathematics attend till 5 p.m. on the specified C. Martin Hardie 1895 J. Campbell Noble 1892 days. George Hay, Sec. 1876 Sir Noel Paton .... 1850 Royal College of Art, South Kensington William Hole ...... 1889 G. Ogilvie Reid... 1898 (Entrance, Exhibition Road). Co incil, Sir W. B. John Honeyman.. 1896 Alexander Roche. 1900 Richmond, K.C.B., R.A.; T. Graham Jackson, Joho Hutchison, D. W. Stevenson 1886 R.A.; E. Onslow Ford, R.A.; Walter Crane,
Treasurer 1867 W. G. Stevenson.. 1896 A.R.W.S. Head Master, A. Spencer. Registrar, John Lavery 1896 W. F. Vallance ... 1881 J. A. Grant. Established for the purpose of trainWilliam Leiper 1896 J. Lawton Win
ing Art Masters and Mistresses, and instructing J. H. Lorimer..... 1900
1886 students in drawing, painting, modelling, and Royal Academy School. Keeper, Ernest designing, for architecture, manufactures, and Crofts, R.A. Sec., Frederick A. Eaton, M.A. decorations. The session consists of two terms: Libr., W. F. Yeames, R.A. Registrar, Charles the first begins first Wednesday of October and McLean. This school provides gratuitous in- ends in February; second begins February and struction in art subjects to accepted students. ends first week in July. The day classes meet Any person under 23 years of age (for sculpture, from 9:30 to 3.30; evening from 6 to 8. Free 25 for architecture).is eligible for admission upon admission per term to the College is granted to the written request of an artist or person of known (a) Students in Training, National Scholars and respectability, made on a printed form, which Royal Exhibitioners; also, upon application, to may be obtained at the Academy on application. (6) Local Scholars, Local Exhibitioners, and to This must be sent in before Jan. ist or July ist, holders of the Art Class Teacher's Certificate, accompanied by a certificate of birth and three who have passed the entrance tests to the College. specimens of work (according to particulars sup- Application for the grant of free admission to plied). About a fortnight later the Council con- students as indicated under (6), as well sider these specimens, select a certain number of for the admission of other candidates on the applicants as “Probationers" to compete for payment of fees to the College, must be made by admission as students for a period of three years. the students themselves in writing to the Registrar At the end of that term students desiring to con- one month before the advertised date of the comtinue in the school are required to submit further mencement of each term. Students in making specimens of their work (according to particulars application must state the names of their instrucsupplied), together with a certificate that the tors and send a list of their successes (if any) student has attended one course of lectures and at examinations, together with six original a course of lessons in perspective. If these are drawings or a piece of modelled ornament, both approved, the desired extension is granted for a from nature, and an original design. period of two years. Five years is the full term Board of Education, South Kensington. of studentship, and is never exceeded.
Sec., Sir George W. Kekewich, K.C.B. Principal Slade School, University College, London, Assistant Sec., Sir William de W. Abney, K.C.B., Gower Street, W.C. Visitors, Sir E. J. Poynter, D.C.L., F.R.S. Assistant Secs., F. R. Fowke, P.R.A. Slade Professor, Frederick Brown. As- Alan S. Cole, The Hon. W. N. Bruce, G. R. Redsistant Professor, H. Tonks. Assistants, Walter grave. Courses of instruction are given in the Russell, P.W. Steer.
The school is open to Royal Colleges of Science and Art, mainly for the students from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Saturdays 1). training of teachers and intending teachers of The fees for the whole session are £18 18s.; for Science or of Art. For particulars of admission, a term, £7 7s. A limited nuinber of students are &c., see under Royal Coiiege of Science and Royal allowed to attend for three days a week on pay- College of Art. ment of £4 4s. a term. The courses of study in- Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell ciude : drawing from the antique and life; painting Road, S.W. Directors (Science), Maj.-Gen. E. R. from the antique and life; composition. Courses Festing, C.B., F.R.S. ; Art), C. Purdon Clarke, in fine art, anatomy, and in perspective. The C.I.E., F.S.A. Assistant Director, A. B. Skinner, courses in the College in literature and other sub- B.A., F.S.A. The museum is open daily, except jects are open to students of the Slade School. on Good Friday and Christmas Day. On Mon., Students have to supply their own materials and Tues., and Sat. the whole of the museum is open appliances, except els, which are provided by free from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. On Wed., Thurs., the School authorities. Numerous scholarships and Fri. from 10 a.m. till 4, 5, or 6 p.m., according and prizes.
to the season. On the last 3 days, being Students' Royal College of Science, with which is days, a charge of 6d. for admission to the main incorporated the Royal School of Mines (South building is made for each persen, excep:ing ticket Kensington!. Dean, J. W. Judd, C.B., LL.D., holders ; but the museum buildings to the west of F.R.S. Registrar and Superintendent of Dis. the Exhibition Road are open free. On Sundays cipline, F. Fladgate. This College supplies the whole of the museum (excepting the libraries) systematic instruction in the various branches of is open free from 2 p.m. till' dusk. Tickets of physical science to students of all classes. While admission to the museum (including the libraries) primarily intended for the instruction of teachers, can be obtained at the main entrance at following and of students of the industrial classes selected rates : weekly, 6d.; monthly, is, 6d. ; quarterly, by competition in the examinations of the Depart. 35. ; yearly, ios. Yearly tickets are also issued inent of Science and Art, other students are ăt 205., which will admit all the pupils of a private admitted so far as there may be accommodation school. All visitors who have paid on entrance, for them on payment of certain fees. Application and all ticket holders, are entitled to admission for admission must be made on for ns provided for to the libraries, which are open on week days during the same hours as the museum. (excepting lows: Sept. to Nov., Royal Photographic Society; the Dyce and Forster Library, which close at 6 Nov. and Dec., Society of Portrait Painters; Jan. p.m. on Mon., Tues,, and Sat.). Free tickets of to March, 1901, works by Sir Wm. Richmond, admission are issued to teachers and students of K.C.B., R.A. Open from 9.30 to 7 in summer, Science and Art Schools, and to certain other per- 10 to 6 in winter. Admission is. sons under regulations, which may be obtained on DUDLEY GALLERY ART SOCIETY, application to the Secretary, Board of Education, Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. --Sec., T. Hatfield, South Kensington, S.W.
Members' exhibition : receiving day, ist February. Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Man- 1902; open about 12th February, close 27th March. chester Square, W. Open Mon. (from 2 p.m.),
Summer exhibition : receiving day, 26th May; open Wed., Thurs., and Sat., 10 to 4, 5, or 6 p.m. free.
about 10th June, close first week in August. Tues. and Fri., 11 to 4, 5, or 6 p.m., 6d. Sundays
GUILDÉALL ART GALLERY, Guildhall. (in Summer only), 2 p.m.
- Director, A, G. Temple, F.S.A. Permanent colBethnal Green Museum. Resident Officer
lection open free daily from 10 to 4 in winter, 10 to in Charge, T. F. Parkinson. The regulations here
5 in summer. Special exhibitions April to June. are the same as those at the Victoria and Albert
CRYSTAL PALACE GALLERY, Crystal Museum. The public are admitted free daily, on
Palace.--Exhibitions annually. Monday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10 a.m. to
DULWICH COLLEGE GALLERY.--Keeper, 10 p.m., on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from
T. F. Hodgkins. Open free every week-day from 10 till 4, 5, or 6 p.m., according to the season, and
10 to 4, 5 or 6, according to season. Application on Sundays from 2 p.m. till dusk.
to copy should be made to The Clerk, Dulwich
College. Herkomer School, Bushey. Students receive SOCIETY OF WOMEN ARTISTS-Exhiinstruction under the personal supervision of Pro- bition of Pictures and Handicrafts, Suffolk Street, fessor von Herkomer, R.A. The session consists
Pall Mall.-Sec., Miss Partridge, 9, Nottingham of three terms of 12 weeks each, commencing in Jan., April, and Oct. The fee for each term is
Place, W. Exhibition in January. Receiving
days, Jan, 17th and 18th. 46 6s. payable in advance. Candidates for admis
SOCIETY OF MINIATURE PAINTERS, sion must send at least three specimens of work in colour, black and white, with their application.
The Modern Gallery, 175, Bond St.--Sec., Edward
Freeman. Annual Exhibition during May. National Gallery of British Art, Millbank, MEZZOTINT ENGRAVERS, SOCIETY S.W. Director, Sir E. J. Poynter, P.R.A. Keeper, OF. Hon. Sec., Will Henderson, 16, Wellington Charles Holroyd, R.Ě. Students are admitted Square, ChelseaExhibitions held in London or under the same regulatior.s as at National Gallery, the provinces in June and November, of which it is a branch. The hours of opening, &c., are also the same.
CORPORATION ART GALLERY, Con. Imperial Institute, South Kensington. Open
greve Street. -- Director, Whitworth Wallis, 11 to 5 in summer, 4 in winter; free. Collection of Colonial and Indian Commercial Products.
F.S.A. Asst. Keeper, A. Bensley Chamberlain.
Open free daily. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Soane's Museum, 13, Lincoln's Inn Fields. and Saturday 10 to 9, Wednesday and Friday 10 Contains pictures by Hogarth, Turner, Reynolds, to 4 (summer 6). Sundays 2 to 5. &c., and other art treasures. Open Tues., Wed.,
BRIGHTON. Thurs., and Fri., from 11 to 5, free, from March
CORPORATION PICTURE GALLERY, to August. Mon. and Sat. Students' days; ad
Royal Pavilion. Water-colour exhibition in June ; mission on these days by order, obtained of the Curator,
Oils in November. Secretary, Ben. Lomax.
BRISTOL ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS.
Pres., Sir W. H. Wills, Bart., M.P.; Hon. Sec., WATER COLOURS, ROYAL SOCIETY OF John Phillips. Spring Exhibition opens third week PAINTERS IN, 5a, Pall Mall East.--Secretary, in Feb. Sending in, first week in Jan. At other Percy Edsall. Exhibitions are held during May, times the Permanent Collection is open free. June, and July, and December and January.
CHELTENHAM. Associates are elected by ballot in February. CHELTENHAM AND COUNTY FINE Three framed specimens of work must be sent in ART SOCIETY.-Receiving days last week in previously on an appointed day.
January. Sec., E. Parker, Montpellier, Chelten. WATER COLOURS, ROYAL INSTITUTE ham. President, J. T. Agg Gardener, M.P. OF PAINTERS IN, 191, Piccadilly.--Secretary,
DERBY. W. T. Blackmore. Exhibitions are held in March
CORPORATION ART GALLERY, Strand, and are open to all artists; members are limited to
Derby.--Curator, William Crowther. Exhi. roo, and are elected from those who exhibit on
bitions in spring, summer, and autumn. these occasions. OIL PAINTERS, SOCIETY OF, Piccadilly.
LEEDS. -Secretary, W. T. Blackmore. Exhibitions are
LEEDS ART GALLERY.--Curator, George held in Jan. and Feb., and are open to all artists;
Birkett. Open free daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. there are 101 members.
Artists Exhibitions in the spring. Sending-in BRITISH ARTISTS, ROYAL SOCIETY
days about the middle of January. Usual reguOF, Suffolk Street, Pall Mall.-Hon. Secretary,
lations. London Agents : Dicksee & Co. T. F. M. Sheard, M.A. Exhibitions are held in
LEICESTER. March and November.
LEICESTER CORPORATION MUSEUM PAINTER-ETCHERSAND ENGRAVERS,
AND ART GALLERY.-Curator, Montagu ROYAL SOCIETY OF, 5a, Pall Mall East.
Browne, F.G.S., F.Z.S. Open free daily from 10 to Secretary, Cloudesley Brereton, M.A.,ès L. Ex
dusk in winter, 10 to 7 in summer. Sundays 2 to 5. hibitions are held early in the year. Associates are
LIVERPOOL admitted by election. Three to six unframed speci- THE WALKER ART GALLERY.-Curator, mens of their work must be sent in with application. Charles Dyall. Open to the public every week
NEW GALLERY, 121, Regent Street.--Sec., day free (except Fridays, 6d. from 10 to dusk. L. C. Lindsay, F.S.A. Exhibitions are held as fol- Friday is reserved for students, who are also admitted daily up to one o'clock. The Annual the Department of Science and Art, and, whilst Exhibition opens in September.
largely maintaining its technological character, it MANCHESTER
has now become a general museum of Science and
Art. The Scottish collections of the Geological THE CITY ART GALLERY, Mosley Street.
Survey are also exhibited here. Open free every -Curator, W. Stanfield. Open on all week-days week day from 10 to 4, and on Wednesdays from from 10 to 9, on Sundays from 2.30 to 5, free.
10 to 4 and 6 to 10 p.m. On Saturdays from 10 Annual Exhibition opens in September. Students
a.m. to 10 p.m., and on Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m. are admitted daily on conditions which may be
Students and other qualified persons may obtain had cn application.
free tickets for the library on application to the QUEEN'S PARK MUSEUM AND ART
Director of the Museum. GALLERY.-Curator, Charles G. Virgo. Open
THE NATIONAL GALLERY.-Curator and free on all week-days from 19 to dusk. Two Exhibitions annually of specially invited works.
Keeper, Robert Gibb, R.S.A. Open free on MonPictures in Oil (early in) July to late in) October.
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, from Pictures in Water Colours (early in) January to
10 to 4 (5 in summer), Thursdays and Fridays (late in) June.
are Students' days, and a charge of 6d, is made. THE MANCHESTER WHITWORTH IN- Open 10 to 4. STITUTE.--President, Sir Wm. Agnew, Bart.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, Hon. Sec., R. D. Darbishire, Esq., 1, St. James
Queen Street.--Curator, James L. Caw. Open Square. Open every week-day, except Friday,
daily under the same regulations as the National from 10 to dusk; Friday is reserved as a Student
Gallery. Free daily, except Thursday and day. Open on Sundays from 2 to 5,
Friday, when admission is 6d. MANCHESTER ACADEMY OF FINE ROYAL SCOTTISHACADEMY.-Secretary, ARTS.-Hon. Sec., Elias Bancroft, R.C.A., 7, George Hay, R.S.A. The Annual Exhibition Buckingham Crescent, Victoria Park, Manchester. is open from middle of February to middle of
May, the receiving day being ist February. NOTTINGHAM.
Members may not exhibit more than five works; CITY OF NOTTINGHAM MUSEUM AND
non-members may also exhibit five works. ART GALLERY.--Director, G.H.Wallis, F.S.A. Collections of Pictorial and Decorative Art, Greek
GLASGOW. and Roman Antiquities, &c. Open on Mondays, The Corporation Museums and Art Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays free, on
Galleries. — CORPORATION GALLERIES, 270, Fridays 6d., and Saturdays id., 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
Sauchiehall Street, open free daily from 10. on Saturdays to 9.30 p.m. In winter, closes at 4 CAMPHILL GALLERY, Queen's Park, open from it p.m. on Fridays.
daily. THE PEOPLE'S PALACE, Glasgow Green, OLDHAM.
open free daily from 11, General Superintendent, CORPORATION ART CALLERY.
James Paton, F.L.S. ceiving days, second week in January. Curator,
THE ROYAL GLASGOW INSTITUTE Robert Bateman.
OF FINE ARTS, 175, Sauchiehall St.--Acting SALFORD.
Secretary, Percy Bate. Annual Exhibition held SALFORD ROYAL MUSEUM AND ART
in the spring; not more than two works allowed
from the same artist. GALLERIES.-Curator, Ben. H. Mullen, M.A. Dub., F.A.I., &c. Open free every week-day, except Friday, from 1o to dusk, or 8 o'clock, and
IRISH on Sundays from 2 to dusk, or 6 o'clock.
National Gallery of Ireland, Merrion Sq., THE MAPPIN ART GALLERY, Weston West, Dublin. Director, Sir Walter Armstrong. Park.- Curator, E. Howarth. Open Monday Registrar, W. G. Strickland. Contains collection and Saturday 10 to 9; Tuesday, Wednesday, of Pictures and Drawings by Masters of the Conand Thursday ro to dusk; Friday closed except
tinental and British Schools, and includes a to Students. Sundays 2 to 5 p.m.
National Historical and Portrait Gallery. Open
free on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and SOUTHPORT.
Saturdays from 10 to 6 or dusk, and on Sundays ATKINSON ART GALLERY, Lord Street,
from 2 to 5 or dusk. Students' days are Thurs. Curator, Fredk. W. Teague. Annual Exhibitions days and Fridays from 10 to 4, and the public are in the spring. Receiving days, Jan. 13th to 17th, then admitted on payment of 6d. 1902. Regulations for exhibitors, the usual ones. THE ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY WORCESTER.
OF ARTS, Lower Abbey Street. - Secretary,
S. C. Smith, R.H.A. Annual Exhibition opens CORPORATION ART GALLERY.-Receiv
in March, and closes end of May. Admission ing days about Aug. 2oth. Sec., Thos. Duckworth.
IS.; evening ad.
WATER COLOUR SOCIETY OF IRECORPORATION ART GALLERY.-Annual LAND.-Exhibition every spring in Dublin, at Summer Exhibition June to September. Curator,
35, Molesworth Street. Admission is.--Secretary, George Kirby.
Robert Clayton Browne, Browne's Hill, Carlow.
FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY.-The Lending and Reference Libraries contain 40,776 volumes.
Open daily from 10 to 9, Wednesday to 3. Chief EDINBURGH.
Librarian, George H. Elliott. Edinburgh Museum of Science and Art, CORPORATION ART GALLERY AND Chambers Street, Edinburgh. Director, F. Grant MUSEUM, Royal Avenue.-Curator, Charles Ogilvie, M.A., B.Sc. Keeper of Natural History Elcock. Open free daily from it to 4, and on Department, R. H.Traquair,M.D.,LL.D.,F.R.S. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 6 to 9 Curator, D. J. Vallance. Originally a museum of p.m. Belfast Art Society's Exhibition held in the Natural History, it was extended on its transfer to autuinn,
CELEBRITIES OF THE DAY,
Abbey, Edwin A., R.A., Chelsea Lodge, Tite Street, S.W.; b. 1852; painter; exhibited “A May-Day Morning" at R.A., 1890: commissioned to paint Coronation Scene of H.M. King Edward VII.
Abel, Sir Frederick A., Bart., 2, Whitehall Court, S.W.: b. 1826; Director of the Imperial Institute; Chemist to the War Department, 1854-88.
Aberdeen, Earl of (7th), G.C.M.G., Haddo House, Aberdeen; b. 1847; extensive landowner; Governor-General of Canada, 1893-98; Viceroy of Ireland, January to July, 1886.
Acland, Řear-Admiral Sir Wm. A. D., Bart., United Service Club, S.W.; b. 1847; Second in Command of the Channel Squadron, 1901; Captain of the Dockyard Reserve, Devonport, 1897-99,
Adler, Hermann, D.D., LL.D., 22, Finsbury Square, E.C.; b. 1839; oriental scholar; Chief Rabbi of the British Empire since 1891..
Ainger, Rev. Alfred, LL.D., Master's House, Temple, E.C.; b. 1837 ; Canon of Bristol and Master of the Temple; littérateur and critic; an eloquent speaker and preacher.
Albani, Madame, Park House, Earl's Court Road, S.W.; b. 1852, in Canada; prima-donna; made her debut in Messina in 1871.
Alexander, George, 57, Pont Street, S.W.; b. 1858; actor ; began theatrical career at Notting." ham; joined Mr. Irving at the Lyceum, 1881 ; manager and proprietor of St. James' Theatre since 1891.
Alma Tadema, Sir Lawrence, R.A., 17, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, N.W.; b. 1836; painter, of Dutch parentage; exhibited“ Clothilde at the Tomb of her Grandchildren," 1858, “ Under the Roof of Blue Ionian Weather,' 1901.
Alverstone, Baron (1st), G.C.M.G., Hornton Lodge, Kensington, W.; b. 1842; formerly Sir Richard Webster ; Lord Chief Justica, 1900 ; Master of the Rolls, 1900; Attorney-General, 1885-86, 1886-92, 1895-1900.
Arch, Joseph, The Cottage, Barford, Warwickshire; b. 1826; was M.P. for N.W. Norfolk, 1885-86, 1892, 1895-1900; founded the National Agricultural Union, 1872; in his younger days an agricultural labourer.
Armagh, William Alex., D.D., Palace, Armagh ; Archb. (1896) and Primate of All Ireland ; b. 1824; Bishop of Derry and Raphoe, 1867-96; eloquei.i preacher.
Armstead, Henry H., R.A., 52, Circus Road, N.W.; sculptor; b. 1828 ; chief works : The Outram Shield, carved oak panels in H.M. Robing Room, Palace of Westminster, S. and E. sides of the podium of the Albert Memorial.
Armstrong, Sir Walter, Ceanchor House, Howth, Co. Dublin ; b. 1850; Director National Gallery of Ireland since 1892.
Ashbourne, Baron (1st), 12, Merrion Square, Dublin; b. 1837; Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 1885-86, 86–92, and since 1895; Attorney-General for Ireland, 1877-80.
Austin, Alfred, Swinford Old Manor, Ashford, Kent; b. 1835; Poet Laureate, 1896; for many, years connected with the Daily Telegraph.
Avebury, Baron (1st). High Elms, Down, Kent; b. 1834; formerly Sir John Lubbock; entomologist; head of the banking firni, Robarts, Lubbock & Co., M.P. for London University, 1880–1900; originator of “bank holidays chairman of the committee on compulsory early closing of shops,
Baden-Powell, Major-General Robert Stephenson Smyth, 8, St. George's Place, S.W.; b. 1857 ; defended Mafeking, 1899–1900 ; Chief of Transvaal Police, 1400; has published accounts of most of the campaigns in which he has taken part,
Baker, Sir Benjamin, K.C.M.G., 2, Queen's Square Place, Queen Anne's Gate, S.W.; b. 1840; one of the engineers of the Forth Bridge; engineer of the South London and Central London Electric Railways.
Balfour of Burleigh, Baron (6th), 47, Cadogan Square, S.W.; b. 1849; Secretary for Scotland since 1895 : Parliamentary Secretary to Board of Trade, 1889–92.
Balfour, Isaac Bayley, M.D., Inverleith House, Edinburgh; b. 1857 ; Regius Keeper of Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh; King's Botanist in Scotland ; editor of " The Annals of Botany," author of numerous works on botany.
Balfour, Rt. Hon. John (Lord Blair Balfour), 6, Rothesay Terrace, Edinburgh; b. 1837; Lord Justice General of Scotland and Lord President of the Court of Session, 1899; Solicitor-General for Scotland, 1880-81; Lord Advocate, 1881-85, 1886
Ball, Sir Robert S., Obstrvatory, Cambridge ; b. 1840; Director of the Cambridge Observatory and Lowndean Professor of Astronomy, Cambridge; has published numerous works
astronomy which have attained great popularity; is an entertaining and instructiva lecturer.
Ball, Wilfrid, Shackleford, Godalming; b. 1853 ; etcher and painter in water colours.
Barlow, Sir Thomas, M.D., 10, Wimpole Street, W.; physician; consulting physician to Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street.
Barnes, Hon. Sir. J. Gorell, 14, Kensington Park Gardens, W.; b. 1848; Judge of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty division of the High Court of Justice, since 1892.
Barnett, Rev. Samuel A., Toynbee Hall, Whitechapel, E.; b. 1844; Canon of Bristol ; Warden of Toynbee Hall, Whitechapel, which he founded in 1884.
Barrett, Wilson, Lyric Theatre, W.C.; b. 1853 ; actor, dramatist, and theatrical manager ; has written several plays : “The Sign of the Cross” and “Quo Vadis,” produced by him, proved great financial successes.
Barrie, James M., LL.D., 133, Gloucester Road, S.W.; b. 1860; novelist and dramatist ; chief works: “A Window in Thrums,
“ The Little Minister"; “Walker, London,"
was his first play.
Barry, Sir J. Wolfe, 23, Delahay Street, S.W.; b. 1836; engineer of the Tower Bridge, Kew Bridge, Barry Dock and Railways, &c.
Barton, Rt. Hon. Edmund, K.C., Sydney, N.S.W.; b. 1849; ist Prime Minister of the Australian Commonwealth, 1901 ; AttorneyGeneral, N.S.W., 1889, 1891; Speaker of the Legislative Assembiy, N.S.W., 1883-87 : Member of the Federal Convention, Sydney, 1891; Senior Representative, N.S.W., to Federal Convention,
Bateman, Sir Alfred E., K.C.M.G., Woodhouse, Wimbledon Park; b. 1844 : ComptrollerGeneral for Commerce, Labour and Statistics at the Board of Trade; has acted as secretary to numerous government commissions and conferences,
Bayliss, Sir Wyke, F.S.A.,
North Bridge, Vice-Admiral Sir Cyprian, 22, Wilton Road, Clapham Park ; b. 1835; artist; Presi- Street, S.W.; b. 1839 : Commander-in-Chief on dent of the Royal Society of British Artists ; is the China Station, 19 1; has been a member of an exponent of sacred art, amongst his paintings various naval committees; was Director of Naval being “ La Sainte Chapelle ” and “St. Peter's, Intelligence, 1889-94; Commander-in-Chief on Rome.
Australian Station, 1895-98. Beresford, Vice-Admiral Lord Charles, C.B., Bridge, Sir Frederick, The Cloisters, WestCarlton Club, Pall Mall; b. 1846; Second in minster Abbey; b. 1844; Organist, Westminster Command of the Mediterranean Squadron, 1900; Abbey; Gresham Professor of Music; has was M.P. for Co. Waterford, 1874-80, E. Maryle. published several cantatas and oratorios, and bone, 1885-9, and York City, 1898–9; distinguished much Church music. himself at the Bombardment of Alexandria, and Bristol, Bishop of (Right Rev, G. F. Browne), at the battles of Abu Klea, Abu Kru, and Redland' Green, Bristol; b. 1833 ; Church Metemmeh ; is an ardent reformer of naval Historian and Archæologist; takes great interest shortcomings.
in educational work; is a good after-dinner Bigham, Hon. Sir J. C., 19, Palace Gate, W.; speaker. b. 1840; one of the Judges of the King's Bench Broadbent, Sir William H., Bart., K.C.V.O., Division of the High Court since 1891 ; a member 84, Brook Street, W.; b. 1835; Physician in of the South Africa Enquiry Committee.
Ordinary to H.M. the King. Binnie, Sir Alexander R., 77, Ladbroke Drive, Brooke, Rev. Stopford A., I, Manchester W.; b. 1839; engineer ; late Chief Engineer to the Square, W.; b. 1832; scceded from the Church L.C.C.; constructed Blackwall Tunnel, Nagpur of England, 1880; poet and man of letters ; Waterworks, Bradford Waterworks, &c.
eloquent preacher. Birch, Ernest W., C.M.G., Victoria, Labuan; Brough, Lionel, Percy Villa, South Lambeth b. 1853 ; Governor of British North Borneo, 1901 ; b. 1836; comic actor ; began life as a journalist, British Resident at Negri Sembilan, 1897-1900. and published first number of the Daily Tele
Blake, Sir Henry A., Victoria, Hong Kong; graph; introduced the system of selling newsb. 1840; Governor of Hong Kong since 1897 ; papers in the streets; left journalism for the Governor of Jamaica, 1889-97; of Bahamas, theatre, 1863. 1884-87; of Newfoundland, 1887-8.
Broughton, Rhoda; b. 1840; novelist; made a Booth, Rev. Wm., 101, Queen Victoria Street, hit with her first two books,“ Cometh up as a E.C. ; b. 1829; General of the Salvation Army, Flower” and Not Wisely, but too Well,” which he founded in 1865, and Commander-in- published in 1867 ; has since published several Chief and Director of its Social Work.
novels. Boothby, Guy, Kenton Court, Sunbury-on- Brown, John McLeavy, C.M.G., Korea ; b. Thames ; b. 1867 in S. Australia ; novelist.
1840; Head of the Customs and Controller of Boughton, George H., R.A., West House, Finance, Korea; formerly held various adminiCampden Hill, W.; b. 1839; artist; his land. strative posts in China. scapes are chiefly of New England and Dutch Browne, Sir James Crichton, 61, Carlisle $manery.
Mansions, S.W.; b. 1840; is an authority on Bourchier, Arthur, 190, Earl's Court Road, mental and nervous diseases, on which he has S.W.; b. 1864; actor and theatrical manager; published works; has been Lord Chancellor's founded the University Dramatic Society at Visitor in Lunacy since 1875, and is Vice-President Oxford, where he built a theatre.
and Treasurer of the Royal Institution. Bowden-Smith, Sir Nathaniel, 16, Queen's Gate Bruce, Sir Charles, K.C.M.G., Le Réduit, Terrace, S.W.; b. 1838 ; Vice-Admiral; was Mauritius; b. 1837 ; a Sanskrit scholar: is Commander-in-Chief at the Nore, 1899-1900; Governor of the Mauritius; was Governor of served in the Crimean, Chinese war, 1856-9, and Windward Isles, 1893-97 ; Lieut.-Governor of Burma war of 1852.
British Guiana, 1885-93; Colonial Secretary Bogd, Hon. Walter, 66, Merrion Square, Mauritius, 1882. Dublin; b. 1833 ; one of the Justices of the Bruce, Hon. Sir Gainsford, Yewhurst, Bromley, High Court of Justice, Ireland ; Queen's Advocate Kent; b. 1834 ; a Judge of the King's Bench for Ireland, 1878; Judge of the High Court of Division of the High Court of Justice ; SolicitorBankruptcy, Ireland, 1885-97.
General, 1879; Attorney-General, 1886; Chancellor Boyle, Sir Cavendish, St. John's, Newfound- of the Co. Palatine of Durham, 1887; editor of land; b. 1849; Governor of Newfoundland, 1901 ; Williams and Bruce on Admiralty Practice" Government Secretary British Guiana, 1894-19oo. and of Maude and Pollock on Shipping.”
Brabrook, Edward Wm., C.B., 28, Abingdon Bruce-Joy, Albert, R.H.A., Chase Lodge, near Street, S.W.; b. 1839; Chief Registrar of Haslemere; b. 1842; sculptor ; received the only Friendly Societies.
award to husts in the Salon, 1896 ; has produced Bradford, Colonel Sir Edwar), 50, South Audley numerous statues among them“ Matthew Arnold" Street, W.; b. 1836; Commissioner of Metr - and “Adams,” the astronomer, in Westminster politan Police ; formerly for many years in the Abbey. Madras Army:
Brunton, Sir T. Lauder, M.D., 10, Stafford Bradley, Very Rev. George G., Deanery, Place, Oxford Street, W.; b. 1844 ; Physician Westminster; b. 1821 ; Dean of Westminster; to St. Bartholomew's Hospital; an authority on formerly Master of University College, Oxford, disorders of the digestion. and in his younger days a schoolmaster.
Buckley, Hon. Sir Henry B., 7, Melbury Bradley. Henry, North House, Clarendon Press, Road, Kensington, W.; b. 1845; a Judge of the Oxford ; b. 1845; one of the Editors of the Chancery Division of the High Court; an Oxford Engiish Dictionary: las published many authority on law under the Companies Acts. works on early English.
Bucknill, Hon. Sir Thomas T., Hylands Bramley, Frank, A.R.A.; Grasmere, R.S.O., House, Epsom; b. 1845; a Judge of the King's Westmoreland; b. 1857; artist; has painted Bench Division of the High Court; was in many portraits.
Parliament for seven years. Bramwell, Sir Frederiok J., Bart., ia, Hydt Budge, E. A. W., 18, Marlboro' Hill, N.W. ; Park Gate, S.W.; b. 1818; engin er.
Keeper of the Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities,