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OBITUARY. EAEL OF JERSEY. LONDON, May 31. The death is announced of ? the seventh Ba.il of Jersey (Victor Albeit George Child Villiers, P.O. who '.va.s Governor-General of New Soush Wales in 1SS9-90.. The deceased, who was a G.C.B. end G.C.'.Af.G., wad barn on March 20, 1845, and was 'the eldest son of the, sixth liirl of. Jersey and. the eldest daughter of the late Rus'tit Hon. ».r Robert Peel. Bart. H% sucueviied ro ihe th«e on she d«i:rj: of hi-s father in 1850. Hie marriage to the Hon. Margaret Elizabeth Ijeish. rfdest daughter of the second Lonl Lei^h, took place in 1872. and die issue had been two sons and chree daughters; He was Lcrrd-LieutenaTii of Oxford from 1877, the principal proprie tor of the Child's Bank, and Provincial Grand Master of Oxford since 1885. Among other positions wbidh he held were lo'rd in-Waiting, 1875-77: Paymaster-General, 1889-90; Chairman of t3ie Light RaSway Oommission. 1896-inO.i. He wee also a tnemfoer oi the Oxford County Council. The estate comprises 19.400 acres. The heir is Viscount' Vflliers.

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