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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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J 34 I. GREAT BRITAIN:—-. CIVIL OFFICES, CLERKS AND OTHERS, N° 41.— AUDIT OFFICE. Clerks and others ADMITTED. NAME. Peter Wm Campbell Harvey William Hanby John Ruddick Alexander Fraser Bayne Edward Walwyn Shepheard Ebenezer Evans Robert Whitestone George Austey - William Knight William Tuffnell Leeds Cornyns Booth Thomas Theodore Campbell Charles Irving - Gibbs Thomas Ross - John Allan Thomas Oliver - - - James Henry Hamer - Daniel Beale - D. S. K. M'Laurin - Thomas Wyatt - Edward Rowland Francis Ruddle - Date of Appointment. 9th August - ist February 5th May - - 18th August 28th April - - 11 th September 19th January - 30th April - - 23d June - - 5th August - 7th August - 31st August 27th September 9th March 25th March - 13th October - 3d June 4th August 23d August - 4th August 14th October - 12 th March 1816 1817 1817 1817 1818 1818 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1820 1820 1820 1820 1820 1821 OFFICE. Assistant Examiner 5> >> Inspector Assistant Examiner Inspector Assistant Examiner » > » Inspector Assistant Examiner >> Present Salary and Emoluments. £. 120 100 500 100 100 100 100 100 500 100 100 500 90 100 100 90 90 90 90 90 90 90 OBSERVATION'S. This officer also receives a contingent allowance of 100/. per annum, as an inspector in the department for the examination of ac- counts of foreign ex- penditure. * N. B— Mr. Ruddick, who was appointed an Inspector on the 5th May 1817, was, previously to that appointment, in the receipt of a salary of 450/. per annum, as a Senior Examiner of the ist Class, and had served 35 years. Mr. Knight and Mr. Campbell respectively received 450/. per annum, as Senior Examiners of the ist Class, and a contingent allowance of 60/. per annum, previously to their respective appointments as Inspectois, on the 23d June and 31st August 1819. Mr. Knight had served 21 years, and Mr. Campbell 20 years. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED. NAME. Philip Langsdorff Alexander Scott Richard Calcraft llcnry Gooch - David E. Williams OFFICE. Foreign Translator and Examiner. D° Assistant Secretary. Clerk of Records at the Audit office, Whitehall- place. Foreign Translator and Examiner. Salary. £ 300 250 700 When Discontinued. 1 September 1816 1 October - 181' 12 April 1819 OBSERVA1 IONS. Mr. Langsdorff retired on an allowance of 1001, per an- num. Mr. Scott, on an allowance of 130/. Both these offices were abolished upon the retiring of the parties. Upon the death of Mr. Calcraft, the situation of As- sistant Secretary was abo- lished, pursuant to the provisions contained in the Establishment 1806; but the duties which he performed having been distributed between two principal officers in the Board department, an addition of 100 /. a year was made to their respective salaries, by Treasury Letter, dated 26th April 1819. 350 350 9 July - - 1819 When this situation was abolished, Mr. Gooch took his place as a Senior Examiner of the second class, conformably to the terms of the Establishment, with the same salary of 35° I- per annum. Audit Office, Somerset Place, \ 18th April 1821. J 19 May - - 1820 When this situation was abolished, Mr. Williams took his place as a Senior Exa- miner of the first class, conformably to the terms of the Establishment 1806, with a sa- lary of 360 /. per annum. Wm Mackworth Praed. J. Whishaw.
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