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The Ninth Report Fees, Gratuities, Perquisites Ireland


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Date of Article: 31/01/1810
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6'+ 3j - ( Ireland.)— Ninth REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS [ APPX. PLACE. DUBLIN— ( cominucd.) Number of Officers. Defcription. Names. How appointed. Duration of Inte. eft. I I BYE, DEAD, and MIS- SENT LETTERS. Superintendant Firft Clerk Second Clerk Third Clerk Fourth Clerk Fifth Clerk Sixth Clerk W. Johnflon Thos. Webb John Hebden R. B. Weft Rob. Morgan E. Cooke Sheill Jof. Atkinfon Commiffion. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Pleafure. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. How executed. Giofs Amount of Salaries and fixed Allowances. Fees. Perfon. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. Do. J? J. d. 250 o o 100 0 o So o o 100 o o 70 O D 70 o o 70 o o X Si d. All other emoluments. £ 1. d. W. Johpfton Superintendant, Bye, Dead and MiC- fent Letter Office, hours of attendance from ten o'clock in the morning until four P. M. mailers, with the Public on the fubjeft of miffing Letters and Property found in Letters opened in this Office, with the Surveyors to whom Infpe& or of Dead Letters in London ; as Quarterly Account; are kept between the Dublin and London Dead Letter Offices, he a!! o fuperintends The Letters returned to tliis Office may be c. mprized under til? following heads: Firft, Dead Letters, Quarterly from London and Monthly every Fortnight. Secondly, Plind Letters are opened in this Office, and returned to 1 he Parties who wrote them, exefpt thofe containing 011 their proving and pitting Receipts for faid Property it is reftortd to them ; this is the cafe of all Letiers containing Property or Papers of belonging to Perfons rcfident in England. Thefe Le. ters are returned to the Infpettor of Dead Letters, London, who regularly tranfmits to tire fuch Property belongs, and vice verfa. All the Dead Letters returned to thisOffice by the Letter Carriers, are entered Alph; ibeticaliy, the Eng- an order given to the Principal of the Alphabet, who iffiies the Amount of the Poftage to ' he Infpedfor of Letter Cartiers. Tliefe Dead Letters claim them, at the end of which Period the Itilli are opined and torn, except thofe containing Property or valuable Papers, which are difpofed Quarterly, and Credit claimed for their Amount. The Amount of the Poftage of all Dead Letters, Sec. returned to Dublin is entered and fent Weekly to the Prefident of the Inland Department, in order that he may furniflr the Formatters Genetal with the Names of the Sorters ployed in all the refpeftive branches of the above- men; i , ned Duty, as direfled by the Superinrendant, except the Correfpondence, and alfo in Forms tranfmitted by the Deputy Poftmaftets. Mif- fent or re- diredted Letters paffing through Dublin and indorfed under cover to the Port- Deputies returning them credited Quarterly. All unclaimed Property found in Letters opened in this Office is lodged with the Treafurer. Office is handed over to the Clerk of the Alphabet on his paffing a Receipt, which fum is charged againft him the next day with the BRITISH MAIL OFFICE.
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