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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

21/02/1809

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No. 64.] ON F E E S, G R A TUITIES, & c.- ( Excite.) 25T Balance due by the Collector. At the ciofe of each year the Collectors return the- unufed Bonds to the Clerk of the Stationary Stores, who in like manner dedufts the value and certifies the Balance againft the Collector. Since he has been in the Office of Stationary Stores, he does not believe that there has been any adver- tifement offering the fupply to public competition. Examinant receives a Salary of £ ico a year, and he does not receive any Fee, Gratuity, Perquifite, or other Emolument of any nature or kind whatfoever. Fredk Geale, James Roe. Robert Alexander, Charles Saxton. No. 64. ( A.) AN ACCOUNT of the Particulars of the Sum of .£. 6,912. 12s. 3/. dated in the Account of all Incidental, Contingent, or Extraordinary Expences incurred in the Department or the CUSTOMS, for one Year, ending 5th January 1804, as the amount of Payments made under the head of LAW CHARGES. TO the Agent, for transacting business in England relative to Revenue of Ireland; amount of his Disbursements for Britifh Statures ------ A. Dunn, Attorney, for bufinefs done at Galway ------ Richard Waller, Solicitor, an advance -------- John Browne, Attorney, for bufinefs done at Carrickfergus - Richard Waller, Solicitor, an advance to enable him to enquire into the title of petfons who agreed to give Leases to the Crown on Lapp's Island - ... D" - - - the Balance of his Costs relative to D" - - - . D8 - - - amount of his Bills of Costs for proceeding on several Bonds entered into by Collectors, Merchants, & c. To Mr. Prime Serjeant Browne, amount ot Fees as Crown Lawyer, commencing Michaelmas Term 1802, and ending Hilary Vacation 1803 - Mr. Solicitor General M'Clelland, amount of Fees due to him as Crown Lawyer, commencing Michaelmas Term 1802, and ending Hilary Vacation 1803 James Connor, Attorney, amount of Damages and Cotis in the cafe of Sheehy againft Collector of Tralee, on account of the detention of Cotton saved from the wreck of the ship Destator Messrs. Fleetwood and Darley, Attorniesr amount of the taxed Costs in the case of Kirkpatrick and Cafim, Merchants, against Isaac Weld, Deputy Cuftomer of Dublin Port, in conlequence of having refufed to pafs an entry for a bale of Blankets as a free article ---------- Richard Waller, Solicitor, an advance for Law Disbursements - - _ . _ _ - - amount of his Bill of Cost, on prosecuting fundry fuits on behalf of the Crown, and defending feveral anions inftituted againft fundry Revenue Officers, commencing Michaelmas Vacation 1802 - - - - H. D. Grady, one of the Board's Counsel, Fees due ro him commencing 9th De- cember 1802, and ending 30th Tune 1803 - - Solicitor General McClelland, for settling the usual Money Bills this quarter - H. D. Grady, for D° - - - Sir John Stewart, for D° * " " • - - D° - - his Fees as Crown Lawyer - - - - - - - - D° - - D° commencing Michaelmas Term 1802, and ending Hilary Vacation 1803 - - - " * " ~ C. M. Ormsby, Fees due to him as Crown Lawyer, ending E° R. Waller and John Edwards, Solicitors, for fettling the feveral Bills this year - Prime Serjeant Browne - - D° C. M. Ormsby - D° - - - - - To - D° - amount of Fees due to him, ending 6th September - Richard Waller, Solicitor, an advance . _ _ D> - - - D°, to attend the Afiizes ------ - _ D° - - - the " Balance of his Bill for Summer Afiizes 1803, at Lifford and Derry, and for extra trouble ... D° - - - his Bill of Cofts, ending Trinity Vacation 1803 Solicitor General McClelland, amount of his Fees as Crown Lawyer, ended Tri- nity Vacation 1803 " " Prime Serjeant Browne, his Fees ending Eatter Term 1803 - - Attorney General O'Grady, his Fees due to him to 2d November - H. D. Grady, Board's Counsel, - - D° - C. M. Ormsby - - D° - . - - - - - - " " D" - - - D° - - - - D* to 13th December 1803 J. C. Befnard,". Attorney, his Bill of Cofts on preferment for filling up Cuftom Houfe Dock in Cork - - - - " , " Richard Waller, Solicitor, amount of his Bill of Cofts, to 20th December - - 52. 3U
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