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NOTEWORTHY FAMILIES   65

" Finance and Public Works of India," 1882 (jointly with his brother, Sir Richard S.) ; " Hastings and the Rohilla War," 1892; " India," 1888, third edition, 1903.-[" Ency. Brit.," and " Who's Who," 1904.1

bro, Colonel ,Henry Strachey, Tibetan explorer, gold medal of Royal Geographical Soc., 1852.

bro, Sir Edward Strachey (d. 1904), Bart., author of "Hebrew Politics in the Time of Sargon and Sennacherib."

bro, George Strachey (1873-1890), Charge d'Affaires and Minister Resident at Dresden.

bro son, Sir Arthur Strachey (1858-1901) [son of Sir John S. and of Katherine, daughter of George Batten], Chief Justice Allahabad, Let. thirty-nine; d aet. forty-three.

bra son, John St. Loe Strachey (b. 186o) [son of Sir Edward S. and Mary, sister of John Addington Symonds, writer and critic], editor of the " Spectator."-[" Who's Who."]

mesi son, Charles Buller(18o6-1848), distinguished politician, sent as secretary with Lord Durham to Canada, 1838; Chief Poor-Law Commissioner.[" Diet. N. Biog."]

me si son, Sir Arthur Buller, Judge of the Supreme Court, Calcutta.

fa fa bro, John Strachey, LL.D. Cambridge, Archdeacon of Suffolk, Prebendary of Llandaff, preacher at the Rolls.

fa fa fa fa, John Strachey (1671-1743), F.R.S., geologist, said to have first suggested theory of stratification in his " Observations on Different

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