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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

21/02/1809

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272 ( Ireland.) — Eighth REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS [ Appx. No. 75. .' May it pleafe your Excellency, We the underfigned Commiflioners appointed by the warrant of his Excellency Charles Marquis Cornwallis, late Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, under and by virtue of an Aft of Parliament pafied in the fortieth year of the rei° n of His prefent Majefty, intituled, " An Aft for granting Allowances to Bodies Corporate and Individuals, in refpe< ft to thofe cities, towns and boroughs tl which lhall ceafe to fend any Member to Parliament after the Union, and to make " compenfation to thofe perfons whofe Offices may thereby be difcontinued or dimt- *" nifficd in value," have confidered a Memorial prefented to us by Richard Waller, Solicitor for the Revenue in the Port Department in Ireland, dating that in con- fluence of the Union the emoluments of the faid Office have been materially dimi- niffied, and claiming compenfation for the fame; and having examined into the claim fo made by the faid Richard Waller, do make the following Report to your Excellency upon the faid claim. We find that the faid Richard Waller who was appointed to the faid Office of Solicitor for the Revenue in the Port Department in Ireland, in the year one thou- sand feven hundred and eighty- three, was in poffeffion of the faid Office upon and after the firft day of January one thoufand eight hundred and one; and we alfo find . that in confequence of the LTnion the faid Office was diminilhed in value to the amount of ieven hundred and fixteen pounds fourteen ( hillings and fourpence half- penny per annum net money, upon an average of four years. And we alfo find that no part of the faid emoluments fo diminilhed was placed on His Majesty's Civil List. R. Annesley. Dublin, 30th July I8CI. Patk Duigenan. To his Excellency Philip Earl Hardwicke, Robert French. Lord Lieutenant General and Auditor General's Office, General Governor of Ireland. 20th December 1808. Roden, Audr Gen!„ No. 76. May it pleafe your Excellency, We the underfigned Commifficners appointed by the warrant cf his Excellency Charles Marquis Cornwallis, late Lord Lieutenant General and General Governor of Ireland, under and by virtue of an Aft of Parliament palled in the fortieth year of the re'gn of His prefent Majefty, intituled, " An Aft for granting Allowances to Bodies Corporate and Individuals in refpeft to thofe cities, towns and boroughs which " lhall ceafe to fend any Member to Parliament after the Union, and to make com- " penfation to thofe perfons whofe Offices may thereby be discontinued or diminished " in value," have confidered a Memorial prefented to us by Richard Cooban Carr, Solicitor for the Revenue in the Inland Department in Ireland, stating that in con- fequence of the Union, the emoluments of the faid Office have been materially dimi- niffied, and claiming compenfation, for the fame j and having examined into the claim fo made by the faid Richard Cooban Carr, do make the following Report to your Excellency upon the fiid claim. We find that the faid Richard Cooban Carr, who was appointed to the faid Office of Solicitor for the Revenue in the Inland Department in Ireland in the year one thoufand feven hundred and eighty- three, was in pofleffion of the faid Office upon and alter the firft day of January one thoufand eight hundred and one. And we alfo find that in confequence of the Union, the faid Office was diminished in value to the amount of feven hundred and fixteen pounds fourteen fhillings and fourpence halfpenny per annum net money, upon an average cf four years. And we alfo fi id that no part of the laid emoluments To diminifhed was placed on His Majefty's Civil Lift. R. Annesley. Dublin, 30th July 1801. patk Duigenan. To his Excellency Philip Earl Hardwicke, Robert French. Lore Lieutenant General and Auditor General's Office,, General Governor of Ireland. zoth December 1808. Roden, Audr Gen'.
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