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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

21/02/1809

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N* 32, 33- 1 on FEES, G R A T U I T I E S , kc.-( Excife Duties.) No. 32. The Examination of JOHN SMART, Esq. taken upon Oath, the 29th day of November 1808. This Examinant faith. That he is Accountant General of Excife; that from Chriftmas Quarter 179* to 30th Auguft 1804, during which period the late Sir Henry Cavendifh held the* Office of Receiver General, the Accounts and Vouchers have been examined, and found to be perfectly correCt, and that there was then a balance appearing due by the faid Sir Henry Cavendifh, which has been fince difcharged, but faid Vouchers and Accounts have not been fent to the Auditor General, as no person has come for- ward on behalf of the reprefentatives of Sir Henry Cavendish, to sign the books of the Accountant General. The Accounts of the prefent Receiver General, from 30th Augufl 1804 to 10th October 1808, have been regularly palled and fent to the Auditor General. John Smart, Fredk Geale. Acc1 Gen1 Excife. * Robert Alexander. Chars S. Hawthorne. John Hamilton. No. 33. The FOrM of Oaths, as ordered by Minute of the 4th October 1781* pursuant to Government Order of the 21ft September. For the Person resigning: I, do voluntarily make Oath, That neither I, nor any Perfort with my knowledge, confent or belief, have or hath received, nor am or is to receive any fee, gratuity, compenfation or reward from any Perfon or Perfons whatfoever, for or in confideration of my refigning the employment of $ and rhat I have not received, nor wili receive direCtly or indiredtly, by myfelf or by any ; Perfon in truft for me, or for my benefit, any pecuniary or other compenfation what- ever, for or on account of fuch refignation. So help me God, For the Perfon fucceeding: " J, do voluntarily make Oath, That neither I, nor any Perfon with my knowledge, confent or belief, have or hath given, nor am or is to give any fee, gratuity, compenfation or reward, to any Perfon or Perfons whatfoever, for or in confideration of ' s refigning the employment of and that I have not given, nor will give direCtly or indireCtly, by myfelf or by any other Perfon in truft for him, or for his benefit, any pecuniary or other compenfaticn whatever, for or on account of fuch refignation. So help me God. I do fwear, That I will be true and faithful in the place of ' during the time I fhall be fo employed; that I will, according to the beft of my knowledge, power and .( kill, execute the fame diligently, faithfully and impartially, and further, that I will do all things without having any- private refpeft to myfelf in prejudice of H's Majefty's Revenue. So help me God.
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