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The Eighth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland

21/02/1809

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I6S v ( Ireland.) EIGHTH REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS [ Appx. No. 34. A R E TU RN of all Infta- nces fince the 1 ft January 1800, in which the * u'ftial Oath has been difpenfed with on the Appointment of any Colleftor or other Officer in the Department of the Excife, and the Reafon for fuch Difpenfation. James Hamilton, Collector of Strabane Diftridt. Excise Office, Dublin, ift December 1808. The Oath in the cafe of Refignation difpenfed with, agreeably to an Order of Government, dated 28th May 1802 ; a Copy of which is enclo! ed. George Waller. No. 35. RETURN of all Inftances fince the ift January 1800, in which the ufual Oath of Office has been difpenfed with on the Appointment or Refignation of any Collector or other Officer in the Department of the Cuftoms, and the Reafon for fuch Difpenfation. ' Name and Rank of Officers. 1. Richard French, Landwaiter, Custom House Quay, resigns - - William French succeeds - - ) 2. John Mahon, Surveyor and Comp- i troller in the Stores, refigns - * Charles Trench succeeds - - - S 3. James Montgomery, Collector Killy- begs, resigns ----__( John Seely suCceeds » • - - - j 4. Honourable Charles Trench, Surveyor j Jervis Quay, resigns - - _ ( Andrew Crawford succeeds - - S 5. John Fox, Debenture Office, Dublin,) resigns - - • - _ _ _ f Charles R. Sheridan succeeds Caufe for Difpenfation. Oath upon R^ fignation and Succefiion difpenfed with, by Order of Govern- ment, . dated 17th June 1801. D° D° D° dated 24th May 1803. D° dated 23d July 1804. D° - D* dated 26th Oftober 1804. Oath to Fox upon Refignation difpenfed with, by Order of Government, dated 8th February 1^ 07. Custom House, Dublin, 1 Uh November 1808. J. E. Madden, '. Firft Clerk Secretary's Office, Customs.
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