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SIR F. I. EDWARDS.
LONDON, August- Li.
The death occurred yesterday of the' Right lion. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Fleet-
wood Isham Edwards. G.C.V.O., K.C.B.,1
who was Scrgeant-at-Arms in the House of Lords, and Extra Equerry to the King. Sir Fleetwood had filled many cither im- portant poets.
Sir Fleetwood Edwards wa.« in hi» 67tk year. Amongst the offices he had- held were those of Private S^cvxjuy and A.D.C to the Governor of Bermuda 11867-9), Af&i tant In»rr«ector of Works at the Boyal Ar- senal (1870-51, A.D.C. to the Inspector General of Fortifications (1875-8), attached to Special Embassy at tbc Congress ol Berlin (1878), Assistant Keeper of thi Privy Purse, and Assistant Private Sec- retary tci Queen Victoria (1878-95), Groom in-Waiting Í1880-9ñ|, Extra Equcrrv (IRS8-ÜXV1),- Royal Commissioner tor the Exhibition of 1351, and other posts.