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An Account of all Clerks, and others, admitted to any Civil Office, in the United Kingdom, since first January 1816

02/07/1821

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is 14 I . f& liEAT- BRITAIN :— CIVIL OFFICES, CLERKS AND OTHERS, N° 5.— SECRETARY OF STATE, HOME DEPARTMENT. Clerks and others ADMITTED. f~ NAMES. Henry Hobhouse, esq. - Henry Clive, esq. - - George Hoskins - - Francis J. G. Currie - Thomas Le Mesurier - R. S. Dawson - - - Henry J. Knyvett - - F. R. Mills - - - - Thomas Venables - - F. R. Mills OFFICES. Under sec. of state - - d° - - Junior clerk - - d° - - - d" - - - - d" - - - - d » - - Librarian - Private secretary Precis writer Date of Appointment. U5 June 21 April - 5 January 14 August 5 April - 5 July 5 July - 24 April - 24 April - 24 April - 1817 1818 1816 1817 18x9 1819 1820 1820 1820 1820 Present Amount of Salary and Emoluments. 2,550 - 2,050 - 265 8 175 8 155 8 155 8 155 8 * 675 8 300 - 300 - 6,782 10 - * Of this sum, £. 400 arises from his length of service as a Clerk in the Office, previous to his being appointed Librarian. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED. NAMES. R< hon. J. Beckett - - R* hon. J. H. Addington Sir. William Pollock - G. P. Breitzcke - - F. R. Mills - - - - R. Jenkinson - - - R. Willimot - - - James D. Douglas - - Henry Manningham - Thomas D. Lamb - - Hon. W. Addington John Rowe - - - - P. Macmanus - - - OFFICES. Under sec. of state - - - d° - - Chief clerk Senior clerk - - d° - - Junior clerk - - d° - - - - d° - - Precis writer * Law clerk Private secretary * Extra clerk - - - Police attendant at the royal palaces - - Date of Discontinuance of Service. 25 June 2i April - 5 January 27 April - 24 April - 24 January 5 April - 5 July - 10 October 13 May 5 January 5 April - 29 May 817 818 816 817 820 817 819 819 818 818 819 819 1816 Amount of Salary and Emoluments. d. 2,550 - - 2,550 - - i, 379 18 - 18 - 4 4 4 4 1,054 675 385 275 155 300 300 300 100 200 - - 10,226 9 4 * No successor has been appointed, or will be appointed to either of these persons. Whitehall, 16th April 1821. H. Hobhouse. N° 6.— SECRETARY OF STATE, FOREIGN DEPARTMENT. Clerks and others ADMITTED. NAMES. Joseph Planta, jun. esq. Woodbine Parish - - Udny Passmore - - Thomas Lawrence Ward Edward McMahon - - The Earl of Clanwilliam Thomas Cartwright G. H. Seymour - - OFFICES. Under sec. of state Clerk Supernumerary - d' - - d° - - - - d° - - Private secretary Precis writer - - d° - - Date of Appointment. Salary and Emoluments. THE above appointments were made to fill up vacancies as they occurred in the establishment. No officers on this establishment have been discontinued since the lst of January 1816. But on the demise of the late chief clerk in the year 1817, the situation of second chief clerk was dis- continued, and an annual saving of £. 600 was effected thereby. Foreign Office, 12th May, 1821. Stephen Rolleston, Chief Clerk.
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