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SCOTTISH PEERAGE.
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THE MINT.
Deputy Master and Comptroller — C. W. Fremantle.
THE REVENUE BOARDS.
Customs.
Commissioners — Right Hon. Sir T. F. Fremantle,
Bart., chairman; Frederick Goulburn, deputy ;
Grenville C. L. Berkeley, Ralph W. Grey, Col.
Fred. Romilly, Sir F. H. Doyle, Bart.
Secretary — George Dickens.
Inland Revenue.
Commissioners — W. H. Stephenson, chairman; Chas.
J. Herries, deputy ; Alfred Montgomery, Henry
Roberts, Sir Alex. Duff Gordon.
Joint-Secretaries — T. Sargent, A. Young.
Post Office.
Postmaster-General — Marquis of Hartington.
Secretary — John Tilley.
Second Secretary — F. I. Scudamore.
Record and Accountant- General — Geo. Chetwynd.
THE NAVY.
Admiralty.
Lords Commissioners — Right Hon. H. C. E. Childers,
Vice-Admiral Sir S. C. Dacres, Vice-Admiral Sir
R. S. Robinson, Lord John Hay, G. 0. Trevelyan.
Secretaries — W. E. Baxter, V. Lushington.
Chief Clerk of Admiralty— J. H. Briggs.
Accountant-General — James Beeby.
Super, of Naval Stores — N. Girdlestone.
Comptroller of Victualling— C. Richards.
Contractor of Navy — Vice-Admiral Sir R. S.
Robinson.
Hydrographer — Capt. G. H. Richards.
Director of Engineering, &c. — Lieut.-Col. Andrew-
Clarke.
Astronomer -Royal — G. B. Airey, LL.D.
Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope — Sir T.
Maclear.
Medical Director-General — Alex. Armstrong, M.D.
THE ARMY.
War- Office.
Accountant-General — W. Brown.
Medical Director-General — T. G. Logan, M.D.
Horse- Guards.
Commander-in-Chief — Duke of Cambridge.
Military Secretary — Lieut.-Gen. W. F. Forster.
Adjutant-General — Lieut. -General Lord W. Paulet.
Quartermaster- General — Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. H. Grant.
Judge Advocate-General — Right Hon. Sir Colman
M. O'Loghlen.
Chaplain-General — Rev. G. R. Gleig, M.A.
Director of Works — Major-General E. Frome.
Director of Ordnance — Major-General H. Lefroy.
Pay -Office.
Paymaster-General — Lord Dufferin and Claneboye.
Assistant — J. P. Collier.
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 Saxon}', and Prince of Coburg
and Gotha, kg. ; b. Nov. 9, 1841, m. 10th March,
1863, the Princess Alexandra of Denmark.
Abercorn, Duke of, b. 1811, s. 1818, m. 1832.
Seats, Duddingstone House, Edinburghshire; Beully
Priory, Middlesex ; Dale Park, Sussex ; Baron's
Court, count}' Tyrone, Ireland. Residence in Lon-
don, Hampden House.
Aberdeen, Earl of, b. 1841, s. 1864. Seat,
Haddo House, Aberdeenshire. Residence in Lon-
don, Junior Carlton Club.
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 Castle and Keltie Castle,
Perthshire. Residence in London, Campden Hill.
Arbuthnot, Viscount; b. 1806, s. 1860, m. 1837.
Seat, Arbuthnot House, Kincardineshire.
Argyll, Duke of; b. 1823, s. 1847, m. 1844.
Seats, Inverary Castle, Argyleshire; Roseneath,
Dumbartonshire ; Halnaker, Susses. Residence in
London, Argyle Lodge, Campden Hill.
Athol, Duke of; b. 1840, s. 1864, m. 1863.
Seats, Blair Castle and Blair Athole, Perthshire.
Residence in London, Guards.
Balcarres, Earl of. See Crawford and Bal-
CArres, Earl of.
Blantyre, Baron ; b. 1818, s. 1830, m. 1843.
Seat, Erskine House, Renfrewshire. Residence in
London, Berkeley Square.
Brandon, Duke of. See Hamilton, Duke of.
Breadalbane, Earl of, John Alexander Gavin
Campbell, 1677 Earl of Breadalbane and Holland,
Viscount of Tay and Paintland, Baron Glenorchy,
Benederaloch, Ormelie, and Weik ; 1625 a baronet
of Scotland and Nova Scotia, b. 1824, s. his kins-
man John, 5th Earl, 1862 ; m. 1850 Mary-Theresa,
daughter of J. Edwards, Esq., of Dublin, and has
issue Gavin, Lord Glenorchy, b. 1851; Lady Eva,
b. 1855; Hon. Ivan, b. 1859. The titles have been
claimed by Mr. William Campbell, Fort-William,
averring descent from Duncan, Lord Ormelie, eldest
son of John, 1st Earl of Breadalbane. Seats, Tay-
mouth Castle, Glenfalloch, and Auchmore House,
Perthshire; Forest Lodge and Ardmaddy Castle,
Argyllshire.
Buccleuch and Queensberry, Duke of; b.
1806, s, 1819, m. 1829. Seats, Dalkeith Palace
and Caroline Park, Edinburghshire ; Bowhill, Sel-
kirkshire ; Drumlanrig Castle and Langholm Lodge,
Dumfriesshire; Branxholme, Roxburghshire; Bough-
ton House, Northamptonshire; Richmond, Surrey;
Ditton Park, Buckinghamshire. Residence in Lon-
don, Montagu House, Whitehall.
Buchan, Earl of; b. 1815, s. 1857, m. 1849.
Seats, Kirkhill and Amondell, Linlithgowshire.
Bute, Marquis of. See Dumfries and Bute,
Earl of.
Caithness, Earl of; b. 1821, s. 1855, m. 1847.
Seats, Barrogill Castle and Testor House, Caithness-
shire. Residence in London, 34 Hill Street, Berke-
ley Square.
Carnwath, Earl of; b. 1858, s. 1867. Resi-
dence in London, 39 Gloucester Place, Portman
Square.
Cassillis, Earl of; b. 1816, s. 1846, m. 1846.
Seats, Culzean Castle, Cassillis House, and Newark
Castle, Ayrshire. Residence in London, 30 Old
Burlington Street.
Cathcart, Baron ; b. 1828, s. 1859, m. 1850.
Seats, Cathcart House, Renfrewshire. Residence iu
London, United Service Club.

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