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THE following papers relating to the Hawkins family have been calendared by the Historical Manuscripts Commission from the collections named:
MARQUIS OF SALISBURY.
1580. Aug.27. Sir John Hawkins to Burghley.
1598. April 1. Capt. R. Hawkins to the Earl of Essex.
Fourteen items connected with Earl of Essex Examination of Thomas Graye taken in the South Sea with Richard Hawkins.
Aug. I. Richard Hawkins to Earl Qf Essex.
Nov.14. Richard Hawkins to Earl of Essex.
Richard Hawkins to Earl of ESSeL
Mrs. Judith Hawkins (wife of R. Hawkins) to the Queen.
Dec. 5. Lady Mary Hawkins to the Queen.
Lady M. Hawkins to Earl of Essex and Earl of Nottingham.
16o1. May 20. Richard Hawkins to Cecil.
June 30. Richard Hawkins to the Queen.
Richard Hawkins to the Privy Council.
1602. Jan. 8. Richard Hawkins to the Queen.
1604. Jan. 4. Sir R. Hawkins to Cecil
Feb. 1. Sir R. Hawkins to Cecil.
Mar.22. Sir R. Hawkins to Cecil.
June 20. Sir R. Hawkins to Cecil.
July 6. Sir Richard Hawkins to Julius Caesar, Judge of the Admiralty 1605. Sept. 16. Sir Richard Hawkins to Cecil.
1606. Aug.28 (?). Sir R. Hawkins to Cecil.
Oct 3. Sir R. Hawkins to the Privy Council.
1609 May 25. Sir R. Hawkins to Cecil.
MARQUIS OF ORMONDE.
1629. Dec. 4. Receipt for money from Walter, Earl of Ormonde, for use of Earl of Holland, by Jo. Hawkins.
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ALFRED MORRISON, ESQ.
1581. July 11. Sir John Hawkins to Robert Peter, Auditor of the Receipt of the Exehequer, "touching a warrant for the supply of cordynge and canvas, wh was taken out of her Maties storehouse at Dedeford the last year for extraordinary service.
F. B. FRANK, ESQ.
1604. Sir Richard Hawkins is stayed from his journey, being ready to go forth [One and three quarter pages.]
1595. A fleete to the Indies, Sir F. Drake and Sir John Hawkins Generals, when they ventured deeply, and dyed in the journey. [FOL 59, p.24.]
1595. Jan.29. Copy of Sir John Hawkins and Sir F. Drake's Commission to go anywhere against the King of Spain. The names of the Garland, Defiance, Bonaventure, Hope, Foresight, and Adventure.
[Brief Sheets 37 Eliz.]
1645. Petition of John Packer and Will: Hawkins, two of the clerks of H.M.'s Privy Seal.
1646. June 23. Annexed certificate signed "Will: Hawkins Secty to Committee"
1586. Sept 16. Letter by John Hawkinges and William Holstocke to the J.P.s of the Counties of Surrey, Sussex, and Kent.
1664 June 1. £10 ordered towards the repair of Sir John Hawkins's almshouses at Chatham.
Extract from a letter written by Wm. Hawkins, of Plymouth, to Cromwell in 1536.
I DURST never sue to your Lordship for any help till I had first put my ship goods in adventure to search for the commodities of unknown countries and seen the return thereof in safety, as has metely well happened unto me albeit by four parts not so well as I suppose it should be if one of my pilots had not miscarried by the way. I beg to have of the King four pieces of brass ordnance and one last of powder on good sureties; and also on security of 100 l. a loan of 2,000 l. for seven years towards equipping three or four ships, and I doubt not to do such feats of merchandise as shall be of great advantage to the King's custom.
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In the MS. Colfection of Earl Cowper, K.G., at Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire, are some interesting letters from Sir John Hawkins.
In October, 1588, he writes to Burleigh:
I HUMBLY pray your lordship to be favourable to me that I may end some part of my life in some quietness. The matters in this office are far out of order and far behindhand, which I shall never overcome unless I be sequested from this new business.
Again, he writes that divers payments may be secured to his wife in London.
Once more, on 15th January, 1590-1; he prays for a settlement of £4,385.
A few days later he begs that his account may be settled. "I do not desire," he says, "to better my estate, my brother being deceased and my wife in such an extreme sickness as not like to recover; myself in years, and subject to sickness and infirmities. I desire not to be made rich, but that I may by your lordship's honourable favour have an honest reputation of my charge and former life, and that travail which I may hereafter take for her Majesty's service shall be faithful without corruption, and my poor advice wherein experience hath taught me shall be without spot or any covetous desire."
Seventeen days later he writes again that he has used his credit for wages and victuals, and for repairing and new rigging of the Rainbow:
TRULY my very good lord, necessity doth force me to trouble your lordsbip to do me some favour, for my poor ability is not able to bear so great a burden.
The conclusion of this correspondence has its own pathos:
I HAVE sent the note which your lordship willed me to make. Humbly desiring your good lordship to pardon mine attendance, for it hath pleased God to take my wife to His mercy, Godly in her life and Godly in her death.
The final letter of the whole series is one in which Sir John asks to have somebody joined with him to do the work, "so that with a quiet mind he may leave the cares of this world and prepare for the time to come." It is dated 28th August, 1594.
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Extract from a letter of Sir Wm. Winter to Sir John Hawkins, 28th February (9th March), 1588.
OUR ships do show like gallants here, it would do a man's heart good to behold them. Would to God the Prince of Parma were on the seas with all his forces, and we in sight of them. You should hear that we would make his enterprise very unpleasant to him.
Howard to Walsingharn, 11/21 March, 1588.
LET me have the four great ships and twenty boys, with but twenty men apiece, and each with but two iron pieces, and her Majesty shall have a good account of the Spanish forces, and I will make the King wish his galleys home again. Few as we are, if his forces be not hundreds we will make good sport with them.*
Previously to the negro slaves being brought from the coast of Africa, Irish Redshanks, or Wild Irishmen, who had been driven into the bogs, were used for the purpose of slavery.
In the possession of the Plymouth Corporation is an original Hawkins portrait, in oils (which hangs in the Mayor's parlour), framed, restored to its present size, and presented to the Corporation, by Dr. F. W. P. Jago, of 21, Lockyer Street, Plymouth, on 16th February, 1881. This picture, although it bears a striking resemblance to other portraits of Admiral Sir John Hawkins, is more probably a portrait of his elder brother, William Hawkins, and thus accounts for the greater age - seventy-four years - as Sir John was sixty-three in the year he died, 1595. The head, face, ruff, and the following words, ". . . EAE 74 Ano Dni 1596," are the only remains of the old portrait, painted on panel, the head of which appears to have been cut out from the original picture. Dr. Jago tells me, that twenty years ago, when visiting a patient, the wife of a dairyman, named Cotton, who is since dead, he noticed the portrait hanging on the wall. The vigour with which it was painted attracted him, and in answer to his enquiries he was told that it was some old picture that had been picked up in a house in Stonehouse Lane, and that if Dr. Jago liked he might have it.
"Hawkins and Frobisher cannonaded the Capitana at a distance,"** but
* Sta. Pa. Dom.
** MOTLEY, Herrara III. iii. 100-102; Bor. iii. 322, seq.
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Drake, disregarding the Lord High Admiral's order to show a light for the guidance of the English fleet, had "dowsed his gum" to chase some Flemish traders, mistaking them for stragglers from the enemy, and stood after possible plunder. Returning from this pursuit he lingered behind to make a prize of the Capitana. This explains Frobisher's speech against Drake.
"The 25th the English kept their division, and, as they had been directed, watched the motions of the enemy. Towards noon a vast galleon, too unwieldly for sailing well, fell behind the rest. Vice-admiral Hawkins saw her, and, running in between that vessel and the rest of the enemy, attacked, boarded, and, after a desperate resistance, took her."*
The Spanish accounts also tell of the capture and recapture and subsequent fate of the "urca" Santa Anna.
There is a legend of how, when Sir Richard Hawkins returned to England after his long captivity, he came to Slapton. There was a great gathering of people in the streets, and much preparation for rejoicings. On enquiring the cause, he was told that his faithful Judith, supposing him dead (he had been ten years a prisoner) was that very day about to console herself with another husband.
The arm in the portrait of Sir Richard Hawkins has a yellow silk scarf round it. The hair is dark brown; the beard and moustache light brown; the eyes bluish-grey. The reeds, rock, and waves are on the proper left.
The will of Sampson Mannaton, Esq., of Stokeclimsland, Cornwall, proved in 1627, names his wife, Judith; charges his sons Pierse, Edward, and Richard Mannaton to be dutiful to their mother; names his son William Whitaker, his son-in-law Henry Whitaker, his daughter Elizabeth Smythe, and nephew Ambrose Mannaton. Inventory taken by John Harris and William Whitaker, Esqs. This will proves that Sampson Mannaton married Judith, widow of
*BERKLEY'S Naval History, book xvi. cap. cxxxiv. page 383.
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Henry Whitaker and daughter of Captain William Hawkins, of Plymouth, and not Judith, daughter of Richard Hawkins, as stated in the Visitation of Cornwall
A chevron between three swans were the arms of the Creeds of Coombe,
Stokefleming, not those of Creed as on pages 171-2.
LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS.
Adkins, Dr. Joshua . . . . Yealmpton.
Alger, W. H., Esq. . . . The Manor House, Stoke Damerel, S. Devon.
Alexander, Colonel . . . . Late Duke of Cornwall's L.I.
Allen, George, Esq. . . . . Wickeridge, Ashburton.
Allin, Rev. A. . . . . Holbeton, Ivybridge.
Appleton, Dr. . . . . 331 Half Moon Street, W.
Archer, Miss Constance . . . . Penlee, Stoke.
Arnaud, J. B., Esq. . . . . 135, Ebury Street, S.W.
*Arthur, R. F., Esq. . . . . Wellsbourne, Compton.
Arthur, Richard w., Esq. . . . Slade, Kingsbridge.
Aspinwall, J., Esq. . . . 8, Hyde Park Square, W.
Baker, R., Commander R.N. . . . Broom House, Southmolton.
Barton, Benyon, Esq. . 20, Onslow Gardens, S.W.
Bastard B. J. P., Esq. . . . Buckland, Ashburton.
Bate, C. Spence, Esq., F.R.S. . . . The Rock, South Brent.
Battams, G. B., Esq. . . . . Kuworthy, Tavistock.
Baxter, C. E., Lieutenant R.N. . . 24, Ryder Street, S.W.
Beer, W., Esq.. . . . . Buttville, Kingsbridge.
Bewes, C., Esq. . . . Hillside, Plympton.
Bewes, Charles, Esq. . . . Gravesend, Torpoint.
Bignold, W., Lieutenant R.N. .
*Birch, W. M., Esq. . . . Exeter.
Blachford, Lord . . . . Blachford, Cornwood.
Blennerhasset, Commander R.N. .
Bradshaw, F., Esq. . . . . Lifton.
Bradshaw, 3. B., Esq. . . . Scots Guards.
*Brendon, Mr. W. T. . . . . Woodbine Villa, Mannamead.
*Broadley, A. M., Esq. . . . Cairo Cottage, Beta Place, Regent's Park.
!Brutton, Major and Mrs. Edward . 48, Emma Place, Stonehouse.
Buller, Alex., Rear-Admiral, C.B. . Erle Hall, Plympton.
Bulteel, John, Esq. . . . Pamflete.
Burnard, C. F., Esq. . . . . Chatsworth Lodge, Mannamead.
Burton, General Fowler . . 2, Osborne Villas, Stoke.
Caldwell, R. Townley, Esq. . . . Cambridge.
!Calmady, Miss L. . . . Knighton.
Campbell, Sir Duncan, Bart. . . . Scottish Club, W.
Carden, Major H. P. . . . Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry.
Carew, Rev. R. B. . . . . Bickleigh Rectory.
Carew, Miss . . . . . Haccombe.
Carew, Rev. Henry W. . . . Rattery.
Carew, A., Lieutenant R.N.
Cary, Robert, Esq. . . . Torr Abbey.
Cary, Stanley, Esq. . . . Follaton
Caunter, Mrs. . . . . . Ashburton.
Cavaye, Alex, Captain K.0.B.'S . . The Citadel, Cairo.
Chaloner, Mrs. Richard . . . . Sedg chill, Sealey, Wilts.
Champion, Colonel P.R.
Chichester, W. H., Esq. . . . . Grenolen, Tavistock.
Christian, Arthur, Lieutenant
Clarke, H., Esq. . . . Efford Manor.
Clay, Dr. . . . . . Roborough House.
Coddington, F. H., Commander R.N.
Cobham Fleming, B., Esq. . . Coham, Highampton.
Colbotne, Hon. and Rev. Graham. . Dittisham.
Collier, W. F., Esq. . . . Woodtown, Horrabridge.
Collier, Mortimer, Esq. . . . . Foxhams, Horrabridge.
Collins, Rev. 3.£ Welsh . . Burrington, near Saltash.
Collins-Splatt, W., Esq. . . . . Brixton House.
Collins-Splatt, Hawtrey, Esq. . . . Brixton, Plympton.
Coney, Rev. T. . . . . Wingfield Villas, Stoke.
Cornish-Bowden, Admiral . . . Newton Abbot.
Cornish-Bowden, F. J., Esq. . . . Blackhall.
Coryton, Colonel A. . . . . Fentillie Castle.
Cranford, Mr. R. . . . . Dartmouth.
Cumberlege, Miss E. . . . . 21, Princes Gate,' S.W.
!Cumming, W., Captain R.M.
Cunningham, Captain W. . . . County Constabulary Barracks, Exeter.
Curtis-Hayward, Colonel J. F. . . . Quedgeley, Gloucester.
Dalgety, F., Esq. . . . . Lockerly Hall, Romsey.
Daubeney, Colonel . . . . The Beacon, Kingswear.
Davey, Sidney, Esq. . . . . Bochym, Helston.
Davies, Dayrell, Lieutenant R.N.
Dawson, Hon. R. . . . . Holne Park, Ashburton.
Dawson, Ralph, Esq. . . . . Wembury House.
Deacon, Barrington, Esq. . . . 12, Osborne Place, Plymouth.
!Deane, H. Pollexfen, Esq. . . Cliff Cot, Torcross.
De Lacy, Mrs. . . . . . The Island, Watefford.
Derry, W., Esq. . . . . Houndiscombe House, Plymouth.
*Dockyard Library . . . . Devonport.
Drury, Charles, Captain R.N. .
Duntze, Lady . . . . . Exeleigh, Staicross.
Earle, Miss Louisa £ . . . . 13, Vicarage Gate, Kensington.
Eden, F. Morton, Major R.M. . . Royal Marine Barracks.
Elliot, Mrs. . . . . . Tresillian, Kingsbridge.
Elliot, Richard, Esq. . . . Tresillian, Kingsbridge.
Elliot, 3., Esq. . . . . Leigham
Evans, Miss Jane M. . . . . Eton College.
Evans, Major H. . . . . 73, Warwick Square, S.W.
Farquhar, Sir Arthur, Admiral, K.C.B. . . Drumnagesk, Aboyne, N.B.
Farquhar, Arthur M., Lieutenant, R.N.
FitzGeorge, Adolphus, Captain R.N.
Fitzroy, General George . . . Guards' Club.
Fleming, J., Esq. . . . . Bigadon, Buckfastleigh.
Fortescue, William B., Esq. . . . Octon, Torquay.
Freake, Dowager Lady . . . 11, Cranley Gardens, S.W.
Freake, Lady. . . . . Warfleet, Dartmouth.
Gatty, Alfred Scott, Esq. (York Herald) . . Heralds' College.
Glegg, E. Maxwell, Esq. . . Backford Hall, Chester.
Goodeve, Colonel H. H. . . . Wingfield House, Stoke.
Graham, Mrs. T. . . . . Wolston Heath, Rugby.
Gribble, W., Esq. . . . 12, Abchurch Lane.
Guthrie, James, Esq., and Mrs. . . 13, Ennismore Gardens, S.W.
Gye, H. F., Commander R.N. . . . 4, Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
!Hallifax, A. P., Esq., and Mrs. . . Halwell, Kingsbridge.
Hamilton, A. H. Kelso, Esq. . . . The Retreat, Topsham.
Hamilton, Henry, Esq. . . . Fenwick Chambers, 292, High Holborn.
Hamilton, G. de Courcy, Esq. . . . Pennsylvania Park, Exeter.
Hannay, Mrs. . . . . 33, Porchester Terrace, W.
*Hannay, J. Lennox, Esq.
Hannay, J. P. K., Esq. .
Hare, Fred, Esq. . . . . Berry Pomeroy.
*Harris, Augustus, Esq. . . . . Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
*Harris, Miss C. . . . . 7, Leinster Square, W.
Harris, T., Esq. .
Hawker, W. H., Esq. . . . . Burleigh, Devonport
*Hawkins's (Admiral Sir John's) Hospital . Chatham.
*Hawkins, J. Servington. . . . Hayford Hall, Buckfastleigh.
Hawkins, Mrs. C. Stuart .
!Hawkins, Rev. B. R. J. . . . . Crowfield Parsonage, Needham, Suffolk
*Hawkins, R. S., Esq. . . . . Wellington, New Zealani
Hawkins, J. Staples, Esq. . . . St. Fenton's, Baldoyle, Co. Dublin.
Hewett, Colonel H. . . . . 5, Elliot Terrace, Plymouth.
Higgins, G. C., Lieutenant R.N.
Higgins, L., Esq. . . . . Castle Close, Bedford.
Higgins, C., Esq. . . . . Bedford.
Hillyar, Sir Charles, Admiral, K.C.B. . . Torpoint.
!Hillyar, Henry, Admiral, C.B. . . Plympton.
Hoare, Mrs. C. Hugh . . . . 102, Eaton Place, S.W.
Holland, P., Esq. . . . . South Brent.
Hopkins, J.0., Rear-Admiral, Comptroller of the Navy.
Hopwood, Surgeon-Major R.A., and Mrs. . . 18, Gloucester Terrace, W.
Hornby, Mrs.. . . . . 11, Hyde Park Terrace, W.
Horndon, David, Esq. . . . Pencrebar, Callington.
!Houldsworth, Arthur, Esq. . . Widdicombe, Kingsbridge.
Hurrell, J., Esq. . . . . Manor House, Kingsbridge.
Ilbert, W. Roope, Esq. . . . Boweringsleigh, Kingsbridge.
Ilbert, A., Esq. . . . . 67, Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W.
Irwine, Mrs. . . . . . Buckland Tout Saints.
Jackson, Sydney F., Esq. . . . United University Club, S.W.
Jago, Edward, Esq. . . . . Coldrenick.
Jerram, Martyn, Lieutenant R.N.
*Jewers, Arthur F., F.S.A. . . Wells.
Johnstone, Rev. R. . . . . Moreton Say, Market Drayton.
Joliffe, Hon. W. Hylton, Lieutenant R.N.
Jones, Colin H., Lieutenant R.N.
Jones-Vaughan, Colonel H. T. . . . Stoke.
Kekewich, Trehawke H., Esq. . . . Inner Temple, Peamore, Exeter.
Kelly, Mrs. . . . . . 3, Windsor Villas.
Kelso, B., Commander R.N.
*Keltie, J. Scott . . . . Librarian Geographical Society.
Kemball, C., Esq. . . . . 15, Cranley Gardens, S.W.
Keppell, Hon. Sir H., G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet.
Lambe, Rev. G. . . . . Highlands, Ivybridge.
!Laughton, Professor J. K. . . 130, Sinclair Road, West Kensington Park, W.
Liddell, Hon. Athole C. J. . . Winter Villa, Stonehouse.
Lidderdale, W., Esq. . . . . 23, Cambridge Square, W.
Lidderdale, F. F., Esq., and Mrs. . 59, Porchester Terrace, W.
Lindesay, Colonel H. R. P. . . . Donmore, Cornwood.
Legge, Colonel Hon. Edward . . . Holmwood Lodge, Dorking.
Llewellyn, Evan, M.P. . .
Lloyd, Captain H. . . . . Langdown, Hythe, Southampton.
*Longman, T. Norton, Esq. . . . 18, Thurloe Square, S.W.
Lopes, Sir Massey, Bart. . . . Maristowe.
!Lovett, Captain H. . . . Somersetshire Light Infantry, Colchester.
Lovell, Mrs. . . . . . Lianerchydol, Welshpool
Lowdell, Edward, Lieutenant, R.N.
MacAndrew, J. C., Esq. . . Lukesland, Ivybridge.
*Macaulay, Dr. J. . . . . Editor of Leisure Hour.
!McGhee, Miss .
Maire, Mrs. Peter . . . . 4, Bayswater Hill, W.
Mallock, Richard, Esq., M.P. . . Cockington Court.
Mansell, Mr. W. A. . . . . 271, Oxford Street.
Margary, P.S., Esq. . . . . 6, Wingfield Villas, Stoke.
*Markham, Clements R., Esq., C.B., F.R.S. . 21, Eccieston Square, S.W.
Marlborough, Bishop of; and Mrs. Earle. . 13, Vicarage Gate, Kensington.
*Martin, Mrs. . .
Matthews, G., Lieut. R.M.
Maurice, Mr. . . . . . 34, Bedford Street.
Michell, W. Pryce, Esq. . . . Holwell, Tavistock.
Michelmore, Jeffery, Esq. . . Bridgetown, Totnes.
Mudmay, H. Bingham, Esq. . . . Flete, Ivybridge.
Mudmay, F., Esq., M.P. . . . Flete, Ivybridge.
Monro, E. Hale, Esq. . . . Ingsdon, Newton.
!Morgan, Mrs. Delmar . . . . 15, Roland Gardens, S.W.
Moore-Stevens, R. A., Esq. . . . Speccott, Merton.
Morley, The Earl of . . . . Saltram.
Mortlock, Mr. J. . . . . Oxford Street.
Mount Edgcumbe, The Earl of . . . Mount Edgcumbe.
Myers, A. B. R., Brigade-Surgeon . . Foot Guards.
Napier, Macvey, Lieutenant .....
Orpen, Rev. E. Chatterton . . . Bigbury.
Owen, Mrs. Conrad . . . . 40, Warwick Road, S.W.
Page, Mr. James H. . . . . George Street, Plymouth.
Page, Thomas, Esq. . . . . 12, Brookside, Cambridge
Parker, George, Rear-Admiral, and Mrs. . Delamore, Ivybridge.
Parker, John, Commander R.N. . . . Ware Park, Herts.
Parsons, Major, Charles, R.N. . . . Colchester.
Pearce, Mr. S. . . . Royal Hotel, Plymouth.
Pethick, J., Esq. . . . . Norley House, Plymouth.
Phillpotts, A, Commander R.N. . . . Bronwylfa, Exmouth.
Pitts, N., Esq. . . . . Wympston, Modbury.
Pitts, Thomas, Esq. . . . . Hoe Place House, Plymouth.
Ponsford, Captain H. . . . Newland House, Swimbridge.
Ponsford, W., Esq. . . . . Essex House, Brondesbury.
Pooley, Rev. J. G. . . . . Stonham, Aspal.
!Powning, Rev. J. . . . . Dart View, Totnes.
Prance, W. H., Esq. . . . . 12, The Crescent, Plymouth.
Radcliffe, Walter, Esq. . . . . Warleigh.
Radcliffe, Mrs. . . . . Derriford..
Radcliffe, John A, Esq. . . . 39, Cambridge Terrace, W.
Radcliffe, Rev. Raymond . . . Eton College.
Reiss, Mrs. . . . . . Jodrell Hall, Cheshire.
Revelstoke, Lord . . . . Membland.
*Robinson, Charles N., Commander R.N. . Army and Navy Gazette, London.
Rogers, Miss Katherine . . . Moor Cross, Cornwood.
Rogers, H. Montague, Esq: . . . Helston.
Romanes, Captain R. J. . . . King's Own Scottish Borderers.
*Rosebery, The Countess. of . . . 38, Berkeley Square; W.
*Sailors' Rest . .
St. Aubyn, Rev. William . . . Stoke Damerel.
*St. Aubyn, Rev. Edmund . . . Stoke Fleming.
St. Clair, A. F., Commander R.N.
St. Germans, The Earl of . . . Port Eliot.
Salmon, Mrs. . . . . Borringdon Terrace, Plympton.
Scott, Mrs. . . . . . 38, Green Street, W.
*Seale, Sir Henry, Bart. . . Norton, Dartmouth.
Seale-Hayne, C., Esq., M.P. . . . 3, Eaton Square, S.W.
Sherard, Hon. Mrs. . . . . Gurrington, Ashburton
Short, F., Esq. . . . . Bickham, Alphington.
!Shortland, P. F., Vice-Admiral. . . 6, Hoe Villas, Plymouth.
Simpson, C., Esq. . . . . Chilworth Court, Romsey.
*Soltau, John T., Esq. . . . . Little Efford.
Soltau-Symons, G., Esq. . . Chaddlewood, Plympton.
Sommers, Mrs. . . . . Mendip Lodge, Langford, R.S.O., Somerset.
Sommers, E. B., Esq. . . . Clandon, Guildford
*South Devon and Cornwall Hospital
Southey, Mrs.. . . . . Eastleigh Court, Warminster.
Square, W. J., Esq.. . . . Plymouth.
Square, W., Esq., F.R.G.S. . . Plymouth.
*Stacey, Mrs. . .
Steer, Rev. H. Hornby . . . 33, Mount Sion, Tunbridge Wells.
Stevens, Robert, Esq. . . . St. Stephen's, Plympton.
Stewart, Mrs. . . . . . Mendip Lodge, Langford, Somerset.
Stirling, J. Wilfred, Captain R.A. . Dublin.
Symonds, Sir Thomas, G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet . Sunny Hill, Torquay.
Tanner, F., Esq. . . . . Hawson, Buckfastleigh.
Tanner, C. F., Esq. .. . . . Stowford, Ivybridge
Tayleur, John, Esq. . . . . Buntingsdale, Market Drayton.
Taylor, Colonel A. . . . . The Rosary, Ashburton.
Toll, H. L., Esq. . . . Street.
Toms, Major H. . . . Kingswear.
Trafalgar, Viscount . . . Cole Park, Wilts.
Trelawny, Sir William L. S., Bart; . . Trelawne, Cornwall.
Trelawny, General Jago . . . Coldrenick.
Trood, Colonel R. . . . Matford, Exeter.
Turner, Ge~eral H. Blois . . . 131, Harley Street, W.
Turner, Henry B. H., Esq. . . . 4, Calverley Terrace, Tunbridge Wells.
Turner, Miss Emily . . . Coombe Royal.
Turner, A. F., Lieutenant R.N.
Twysden, S., Commander R.N. . . . Kingsbridge.
Vyvyan, Sir Vyell, Bart. . . . Trewan, St. Columb.
Wade, Mr. W. C. . . . . 5, Portland Square, Plymout~
Waldy, W. T., Esq. . . . . 9, Ashburn Place, S.W.
Waldy, Miss G. . . . . 9, Ashburn Place, S.W.
*Walford, Miss Emma .
Waring, H., Esq. (Mayor of Plymouth) . . Osborne House.
*Warner, Rev. H. G. . . . . Slapton.
Watt, R. W., Lieutenant R.N.
Wells, Major H. L., R.E. . . . Teheran, Persia.
West, Mrs. Thornton . . . . Streatham Hall, Exeter.
!Weymouth, T. Wyse, Esq. . . Woolston, Kingsbridge.
J. Whidborne, Esq. . . . Gorway, Teignmouth.
!White, Arthur, Esq. . . . Wrangaton Manor, Ivybridge.
*Whitmarsh, Mr. J. . . Librarian, Plymouth Proprietary Library.
Whipple, Dr. Connell . . St. Andrew's Lodge, Plymouth.
Williams, John, Esq. . . . Scorrier.
Wills, Mr. T. G. . . . St. Mildred's, Compton Gifford, Plymouth.
Wippell, P. H. Pridham, Esq. . . . Goldsmith, Building Temple, E.C.
Wood, C. R., Commander R.N. .
Woodley, James, Esq. . . . Halshanger, Ashburton.
*Worth, R. N., F.G.S. . . . 4, Seaton Avenue, Mutley.
Wrey, R. B. S., Lieutenant R.N. .
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