a civil servant and composer. He was the son of Edward Prentis Henslowe (1772-1857), who was the son of Sir John Henslow. His mother Cecilia Maria was the daughter of musician François Hippolyte Barthélémon. Henslowe emigrated to Sydney In 1839, arriving Hobart, 1841. He was appointed private secretary to Sir John Franklin 1811 and Police Magistrate at Campbell Town In 1843. In 1851 he was appointed Clerk of the Executive and Legislative Councils where he "from his amiable and obliging disposition secured the esteem of the members of the House." He retired on grounds of indifferent health and weak eyesight in 1864.
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