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Gully, William Court.
Adm. pens. (age 17) at TRINITY, Oct. 22, 1851. [2nd] s. of James Manby, M.D.
(for whom see D.N.B.) [and Frances, dau. of Thomas Court]. B. Aug. 29,
1835, at Gt Malvern, Worcs. School, Middlesex (private). Matric. Michs. 1852;
B.A. (Moral Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1856; M.A. 1859; Hon. LL.D. 1900. President
of the Union, 1855. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 5, 1853. Called to the Bar,
1860. On the Northern Circuit. Q.C., 1877. Bencher, 1879. M.P. for Carlisle,
1892-1905. Recorder of Wigan, 1892. Speaker of the House of Commons,
1895-1905; distinguished for his courtesy and impartiality, but lost the
confidence of the Irish Nationalists through ordering the forcible removal of
certain members from the House, Mar. 5, 1901. Resigned, 1905. Created Viscount
Selby, Mar. 1905. Hon. D.C.L., Oxford, 1904. Chairman of the Trade Arbitration
Committee, 1908. Member of the Permanent Arbitration Court at The Hague.
Married, 1865, Elizabeth Anne Walford, dau. of Thomas Selby, of Whitley and
Wimbish, Essex, and had issue. Died Nov. 6, 1909, at Seaford. (Law Lists;
, which gives 'b. in London.')
William Court GULLY
Approx. lifespan: 1835–1909
(<source>t2: 9728</source> Trinity College <tripos>Mor.Sci</tripos> 1856 )
age=17 : pens. Trinity College adm1851:10:22
[2nd] s. of MD James Manby GULLY for whom see D.N.B.
s. of Frances COURT dau. of Thomas COURT
b. Gt Malvern, Worcestershire , 1835:08:29
Sch: private Middlesex ,
Matric 1852:10MT:
BA Moral Sci.Trip., 1st Class 1856
MA 1859
Hon.LLD 1900
President: Cambridge Union Society 1855
Adm. Inner Temple: 1853:11:05
Called to the Bar: 1860
On: Northern Circuit
Q.C.: 1877
Bencher: 1879
M.P.: for Carlisle, [Cumberland], 1892-1905
Recorder: Wigan, [Lancashire], 1892
Speaker: House of Commons 1895-1905
distinguished for his courtesy and impartiality:
lost the confidence of the Irish Nationalists through ordering the forcible removal of certain members from the House: 1901:03:05 resigned1905
Created Viscount – SELBY 1905:03
Hon.DCL Oxford 1904
Chairman: Trade Arbitration Committee 1908
Member of : Permanent Arbitration Court at The Hague, [Holland],
m. Elizabeth Anne Walford SELBY dau. of Thomas SELBY of Whitley and Wimbish, Essex , 1865
had issue
d. Seaford, [Sussex], 1909:11:06
Refs: Law Lists Refs: D.N.B., which gives "b. in London"
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