[<< wikipedia] 1905 Prime Minister's Resignation Honours
The 1905 Prime Minister's Resignation Honours were awards announced on 9 December 1905 to mark the exit of Prime Minister Arthur James Balfour, who resigned on 5 December.The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged by honour, with classes (Knight, Knight Grand Cross, etc.) and then divisions (Military, Civil, etc.) as appropriate.


== Viscounts ==
The Lord Tredegar
The Right Hon. Sir Michael Hicks Beach 


== Barons ==
The Right Hon. C. T. Ritchie 
The Right Hon. Sir W. H. Walrond 
Sir H. Meysey Thompson 
Sir H. de Stern 
Sir A. Harmsworth  
Edmund Beckett Faber 
W. H. Grenfell 


== Privy Councillor ==
The Solicitor General the Right Hon. Sir E. H. Carson 
J. S. Sandars
Victor C. W. Cavendish 
Sir Charles Dalrymple, 1st Baronet
Lieut.-Col. Mark Lockwood 


== Baronet ==
C. Morrison-Bell
Benjamin Cohen 
R. P. Cooper
Thomas Leigh Hare 
Lindsay Hogg 
W. B. Hulton
J. Grant Lawson 
Francis Ley
Edward Mann
John Davison Milburn
Herbert Praed


== Knight ==
W. J. Bull 
C. Kinloch-Cooke
Major W. E. Evans-Gordon 
S. Faire
Charles Frederick Claverhouse Graham
F. W. Lowe 
H. E. Moss
Col. C. Wyndham Murray 
Major Harry North
Henry Edward Randall
J. S. Randles 
J. Robinson
W. H. Vaudrey
Edgcombe Venning


== Order of the Bath ==


=== Commander of the Order of the Bath (CB) ===
Malcolm G. Ramsay, Treasury
J. J. Taylor, Irish Office


== Order of St Michael and St George ==


=== Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG) ===
John Henniker Heaton, 


== Privy Councillor (Ireland) ==
To be sworn of the Privy Council in Ireland:

Sir R. Blennerhassett, Bt.
Sir F. E. W. Macnaghten  
Sir Patrick Coll  
J. H. M. Campbell    Attorney-General for Ireland


== References ==