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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° 44 — COMPTROLLERS OF ARMY ACCOUNTS. Clerks and others ADMITTED. r Dates Salaries. NAMES. OFFICES. of Appointment. £. s. d. J. D. Bishop Assistant clerk - - 25 February - 1816 90 - - Elizabeth Tucker Housekeeper - - 25 March - - — 55 - - J. W. Were Assistant clerk - - 31 July - - — - V J. Maule - - - - Ditto - - 22 June - - 1819 1 90 each. R. Sherson - - Ditto - - 29 January - 1821 G. F. Thompson - - Ditto - - 28 February - — Emoluments. None. THE appointments of two of our assistant clerks were kept vacant from February 1819 to February 1821, when in consequence of a new arrangement of the duties of the Store Branch of our office, they were again necessarily filled up. J. K. J. D. NAMES. J. F. Matthews - - J. C. Peck C. Liveing ( « )/ J. F. Scott J. F. Wilkinson - . R. Gifford H. J. Dorrien - ( b) j W. Taylor I J. Clark N° 45.— NATIONAL DEBT OFFICE. Clerks and others ADMITTED. Date of Appointments, From 5th July 1818 D° From 10 October 1818 From 5 April - 1819 D° From 5 April - 1820 From 5 April - 1821 Offices they hold. 3 d clerk - 220 4th d° - 180 5th d° - 160 6th d° - 140 7th d° - 120 8th d° - 100 9th d° - 100 - 80 80 Salaries. \ In the room of the 2d clerk, _ upon his quitting the service. { In the room of a clerk dead. Extra clerks, not on the estab- lishment. There are no Emoluments attached to the above offices. THE above admissions marked ( a) and (/;) were occasioned by the additional and increasing duties which were brought into the National Debt Office by the following Acts : 56th Geo. 3, c, 60 - - Authorizing Stock remaining unclaimed 10 years at the Bank of England, to be transferred into the names of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt. 56th Geo. 3, c. 98 - - The Consolidation of the Debts and Sinking Funds of Great Britain and Ireland. 57th Geo. 3, c. 79 - - Permitting Stock to be transferred from the British to the Irish Funds, through the names of the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt. 57th Geo. 3, c. 130 - - To encourage the establishment of Banks for Savings, which Banks are conducted in the National Debt Office. And, in addition to the aforegoing, the daily increase in the number of Life Annuitants, under the 48 th Geo. 3, c. 142, and subsequent Acts. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED - - - None. National Debt Office,"! 18th Apiil 1821. J S. Higham, Sec r.
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