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Public Institutions Ireland

19/03/1821

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32 20.— WIDE STREETS, DUBLIN. An Account of all Salaries, Pensions, and other Allowances payable in each Year; on Buildings for the service of Description of Service. Secretary and Accountant, Salary Clerk ------ same Same, additional for extra Grand Jury business Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Salary - loll : £. s. d. 200 200 80 227 10 — 1812: £. i. d. 200 200 80 227 10 — 1813: £. s. d. 200 200 80 227 10 — The sales by auction of old building materials, and the collection of rents, both which duties are committed to the management of the clerk, and the receipts whereof fluctuate every year, are chargeable with a per centage of Five Pounds. Pensions Buildings nil. nil. nil. nil. Dublin, " I 2d March 1821. J nil. nil. 21.— POLICE ESTABLISHMENT. An Account of all Salaries payable by the Police Establishment of Dublin, Chief Magistrate of Police, Head Office - - at the rate of") £. 600 per annum J Two Magistrates, at - D° - - at the rate of £. 500 per annum) each/ Fifteen Magistrates at the Divisional Offices - - at the rate of\ £. 500 per annum each / The Recorder of Dublin - - at the rate of £. 1,000 per annum The Receiver of the Public Offices of Police - - at the rate of\ £. 500 per annum J The Secretary to the Police Establishment - - at the rate of) £. 250 per annum / The Surgeon to - - D° - - at the rate of £. 350 per annum Chief Clerk at the Head Office of Police - - at the rate of] £. 200 per annum, and an increase of £. 50 per annum, [> commencing November 1816 - J Five Chief Clerks at Divisional Offices - - at the rate of £. 140) per annum each/ Second Clerk at the Head Office of Police - - at the rate of") £. 100 per annum { Five Second Clerks at Divisional Offices - - at the rate of) £. 80 per annum each J Chief Constable at the Head Office of Police - - at the rate) of £. 100 per annum, and an increase of £. 50 per annum, in the Year 1814 ------- - J Five Chief Constables at Divisional Offices - - at the rate ofl £. 100 per annum each j Office Constables and Peace Officers attached to the several) Offices of Police - - at the rate of £. 40 per annum each/ £. 1 SI 1: £. 4. d. 600 1,000 7,500 1,000 500 250 350 170 700 96 14 382 3 9 3 I 100 475 2,612 10 1 15> 736 8 1£ 1812: £. d. 600 1,000 7,496 18 4 1,000 500 250 350 200 700 100 398 7 — 100 500 2,535 3 9! 15,730 9 1 1 1813: £. s. d. 599 11 9? 1,000 7,494 13 10 1,000 500 250 350 200' 700 100 400 100 498 15 10 2,539. 9 111 15,732 11 5 The Chief Magistrate of Police has a house, and allowances of coals and candles, in addition to the above mentioned Salary. Head Office of Police, Dublin, 7th March 1821. }
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