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Times (London)
5 May 1887

INNER TEMPLE.-Mr. Justice Stephen, the Treasurer, and the Masters of the Bench entertained at dinner yesterday, being the Grand Day of Easter Term, the following guests:-The Prince of Wales, Treasurer of the Middle Temple; the Lord Chief Justice of England; the Master of the Rolls; Lord Herschell, Treasurer of Lincoln's Inn; the Very Rev. Dean Vaughan, Master of the Temple; Mr. Edlin, Q.C., Deputy Treasurer of the Middle Temple; Mr. Francis, Deputy Treasurer of Gray's Inn; Colonel the Hon. Charles Eliot, Equerry to Prince Christian; the Right Hon. Sir Mountstuart Grant-Duff, G.C.S.I.; Sir Robert Egerton, K.C.S.I.; His Honour Judge Giffard; Colonel Teesdale, C.B., V.C., Equerry to the Prince of Wales; the Rev. Canon Ainger, Reader at the Temple Church; Mr. Oscar Leslie Stephen, Mr. Herbert Stephen, Mr. J.K. Stephen, Mr. H. Hall-Dare, sub-treasurer, and Mr. Pickering, librarian. The Benchers present were:-Prince Christian, the Lord Chancellor, Mr. Calvert, Q.C., Sir Barnes Peacock, Lord Bramwell, Mr. Forsyth, Q.C., Mr. Bulwer, Q.C., Sir John Maule, Q.C., the Hon. Baron Pollock, Viscount Cranbrook, Mr. Mackeson, Q.C., Mr. Clerk, Q.C., Mr. Staveley Hill, Q.C., M.P., Sir Patrick Colquhoun, Q.C., Judge Lushington, the Right Hon. Lord Justice Lopes, Mr. Hare, Judge Bristowe, Mr. Waller, Q.C., Mr. Marten, Q.C., Mr. Cohen, Q.C., Mr. Gates, Q.C., Mr. Inderwick, Q.C., Mr. Baylis, Q.C., Mr. Robinson, Q.C., the Hon. Mr. Justice Cave, Mr. White, Q.C., Mr. Patchett, Q.C., Mr. Griffith, Q.C., Mr. Poland, Mr. Gully, Q.C., Mr. Charles, Q.C., the Hon. Mr. Justice Grantham, Mr. Simpson, Mr. Bompas, Q.C., the Hon. Mr. Justice North, Mr. Millar, Q.C., Mr. Lumley Smith, Q.C., Mr. Potter, Q.C., the Right Hon. G. Shaw-Lefevre, M.P., Mr. Field, Mr. Jelf, Q.C., Mr. Crossley, Q.C., Mr. Graham, the Hon. Mr. Justice Smith, the Hon. E. Chandos Leigh, Q.C., and Mr. Myburgh, Q.C.


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