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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland


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Date of Article: 21/02/1809
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• Nos. 6i, 6*.] ON FEES, G R A T U I T I E S , & c.-( Excife.) No. 61. ESTAB LISHMENT of His MAJESTV'S STATIONARY OFFICE; Minute of the Board of Treafury of 21ft June 1798. Comptroller - His Clerk Cafhier Chief Clerk Sccinid Clerk - - . _ _ Storekeeper ------- Storekeeper's Clerk - Firft Warehoufeman - Second Warehoufeman - Affiftant Warehoufeman - Order Clerk One Parchment Sorter, at 27 s. per week Three Parchment Squarers, at 25 s. per week Messenger - - - - Two Porters, at£. 40 each - Watchman ------ Carter - - - A Horse and Cart at the actual expence. No. 62. The Examination of ABRAHAM BRADLEY KING, Esq ; taken upon Oath, the 23d of November and 29th of December 180S. This Examinant faith, That he is King's Stationer in Ireland. He was appointed by Patent during plea- fure jointly with his grand father, in the year 1781. By the terms of his Patent, he is to fupply with all forts of Stationary Ware, all Offices in Ireland, which are fjpplied therewith at the public expence, excepting only fuch Offices which by fome prior grant, or by ufage, are fupplied with Wares of that kind, by any other particular Officer. By virtue of this Grant, he now fupplies : The Lord Lieutenant. The Chief Secretary's Office. The Board of Treafury. The Tellers Office. The Barrack Board. . The Board of Works. The Quaitermafter General. The Adjutant General The Board of Inland Navigation. ' His Bills for the fupply of Stationary to the aforefaid Offices generally amount to from 1,400 to £. 1,500 per Quarter. The body of Stationers in Dublin meet once a year, and agree upon a lift of prices, as the retail prices to be charged by them to purchafers ior the feveral denominations of Paper. Agreeably to this lift, Examinant charges for the Paper furnifhed by him to the above- mentioned Public Offices. Examinant believes that Paper could be had by wholefale at prices confiderably under - thofe mentioned in the Stationers lift. The Paper he fupplies to the different Public Offices is, with very few exceptions., of EngLish manufacture. Examinant furmfhes quarterly 255 fettled by Per Annum.
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