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SCOTTISH PEERAGE.
51
Designs Office.
Registrar — W. W. Robertson.
Assistant-Registrar — J. II. Bowen.
Joint-Slock Companies Registration Office.
Registrar — Hon. E. C. Curzon.
Registrar for Scotland — J. Henderson (Exchequer,
Edinburgh).
Clerk — A. T. Apthorpe.
General Register and Record Office of Shipping and
Seamen.
Registrar- General — J. J Mayo.
OFFICE OF WORKS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Commissioners — Right Hon. \V. F. Cowper, Princi-
pal Secretaries of State, President and Vice-Pre-
sident of the Board of Trade.
Secretary — Alfred Austin.
COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL EOK EDUCATION.
President — Earl Granville.
Vice-President — Right Hon. II. A. Bruce.
Secretary — R. R. W. Lingen.
POOR-LAW BOARD.
President— Right Hon. C. P. Villiers.
Secretaries — Vise. Enfield, H. Fleming.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT OFFICE.
Secretary under Home Department— Tom Taylor.
Medical Inspector under Privy Council — J. Simon.
THE MINT.
Master — Thomas Graham.
Deputy Master and Comptroller — W. H. Barton.
THE REVENUE BOARDS.
Customs.
Commissioners — Hight Hon. Sir T. F. Fremantle,
Bart., Chairman ; Frederick Goulburn, Deputy ;
Grenville C. L. Berkeley, Ralph Grey, Col. Fred.
Romilly.
Secretary — Francis G. Gardner.
Receiver-General — Sir F. H. Doyle, Bart.
Inland Revenue.
Commissioners — W. H. Stephenson, Chairman ;
Chas. J. Herries, Deputy ; Alf. Montgomery,
Henry Roberts, Sir Alex. Duff Gordon, James
Disraeli.
Joint-Secretaries — T. Sargent, Wm. Corbett.
Post- Office.
Postmaster-General — Lord Stanley of Alderley.
Secretary — John Tilley.
Record and Accountant-General. — Geo. Chetwynd.
THE NAVY.
Admiralty.
Lords Commissioners — Duke of Somerset, Admiral
Hon. Sir Frederick William Grey, Rear-Admirai
Chas. Eden, Rear-Admiral Edward J. Fanshawe,
Rear-Admiral Hon. James Robert Drummond.
Secretaries — T. G. Baring, William G. Romaine.
Chief Clerk of Admiralty— J. H. Briggs.
Accountant-General — James Beeby.
Storekeeper-General — Hon. Rob. Dundas.
Comptroller of Victualling and Transport Service —
Charles Richards.
Contractor of Navy — Rear-Admiral R. S. Robinson,
Hydrographer — Capt. G. H. Richards.
Chief Engineer, &c. — T. Lloyd.
Astronomer-Royal — G. B. Airey, LL.D.
Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope — Sir Thomas
Maclear.
Medical Director-General — Alex. Bryson, M.D.
THE ARM T.
War- Office.
Accountant-General — W. Brown.
Solicitor — Charles M. Clode.
Medical Director-General — Sir J. B. Gibson, M.D.
Horse- Guards.
Commander-in-Chief — Duke of Cambridge.
Military Secretary — Lieut.-Gen. W. F. Forster.
Adjutant-General — Major-Gen. Lord Wm, Paulet.
Quartermaster-General — Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. H. Grant.
Judge Advocate-General — Right Hon. Thomas E.
Headlam.
Chaplain-General— Rev. G. R. Gleig, M.A.
Director of Works — Gen. Sir John Burgoyne.
Director of Ordnance — ilajor-Gen. J. St. George.
Pay-Office.
Paymaster-General — *
Assistant — Morgan H. Foster.
THE SCOTTISH PEERAGE,
AS AT PRESENT EXISTING.
b. signifies born ; m. married ; s. succeeded.
His Royal Highness Albert-Edward, Great
Steward of Scotland, Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Car-
rick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles ; Prince of
Wales ; Duke of Cornwall ; Earl of Chester ; Earl of
Dublin ; Duke of Saxony, and Prince of Coburg and
Gotha, k.g. ; b. Nov. 9, 1841, m. 10th March, 1863,
the Princess Alexandra of Denmark.
Abercorn, Earl of, b. 1811, s. 1818, m. 1832.
Seats, Duddingstone House, Edinburghshire ; Beully
Priory, Middlesex ; Dale Park, Sussex, Baron's
Court, county Tyrone, Ireland. Residence in Lon-
don, Chesterfield House.
Aberdeen, Earl of; b. 1841, s. 1864. Seat,
Haddo House, Aberdeenshire. Residence in Lon-
don, 7 Argyle Street.
Ailsa, Marquis of. See Cassillis, Earl of.
Airlie, Earl of; b. 1826, s. 1849, m. 1851.
Seats, Airlie Castle ; Cortachy Castle and Auchter
House, Forfarshire ; Clunie Cast'.e and Keltie Castle,
Perthshire.
Arbuthnot, Viscount ; b. 1806, s. 1860, m. 1837.
Seat, Arbuthnot House, Kincardineshire.
Argyle, Duke of; b. 1823, s. 1847, m. 1844.
Seats, Inverary Ca9tle, Argyleshire ; Roseneath and
Ardincaple, Dumbartonshire ; Halnaker, Sussex.
Residence in London, Stafford House, St. James'.
Athol, Duke of; b. 1840, s. 1863, m. 1863.
Seats, Blair Castle and Kinnaird House, Perthshire.
Residence in London, Carlton Club.
Balcarres, Earl of. See Crawford and Bal-
carres, Earl of.
Belhaven, Baron; b. 1793, s. 1814, m. 1815.
Seat, Wishaw House, Lanarkshire. Residence in
London, 30 Albemarle Street.
Blantyre, Baron; b. 1818, s. 1830, m. 1843.
Seats, Erskine House, Cardonald, and Bishopton
House, Renfrewshire. Residence in London, Staf-
ford House, St. James'.

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