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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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ADMITTED AND DISCONTINUED SINCE FIRST JANUARY" 1 8 1 6 . 175 S9h ' 75 / N° 55-— AUDITORS OF TIIE LAND REVENUE OFFICE. ENGLAND NO Clerks or others have been ADMITTED in either of the departments of Auditor of the Land Revenue for England since the ist of January 1816; nor have the services of any Clerks or other Officers been DISCONTINUED in the before- mentioned departments, during the same period. Auditors Office, Spring Gardens,! Richd Gray, l8th April 1821. J Acting Auditor for Lincoln, Nottingham, Derby, and Chester; and Deputy Auditor for the other Counties of England. PRINCIPALITY OF WALES: Clerks and others ADMITTED. NAME. Rolla Badger. Date of Appointment. £. 90, per annum. The Treasury letter, authorizing the acting Auditor to employ a clerk, directs the date to be from the death of the late Auditor in April 1816, when the establishment of the office was altered, pursuant to the regulations of the Act 39 Geo. Ill, cap. 83. A former Assistant Clerk DISCONTINUED in April 1816, by reason of age and great infirmity. Office held. Assistant Clerk. Amount of Salary. Palace Yard, Westminster, 2d May 1821. } Albert Badger, ActB Auditor. N° 56.— ALIENATION OFFICE. THERE is not any Clerk, Officer or other Person, who has been ADMITTED to any appointment in this office, or whose service therein has been DISCONTINUED, since the ist of January 1816. 17 April 1831. Courthorpe, J. Smith, J. H. Stanhope. N° 57.— REMEMBRANCER OF FIRST FRUITS OFFICE. THERE has been no Clerk ADMITTED into the Office of the Remembrancer of First Fruits since the ist January 1816; neither has any Clerk, admitted before that time, since DISCONTINUED his services. 17 April 1821. Tho' Newsom, Deputy Remembrancer. N° 58.— RECEIVER OF FIRST FRUITS OFFICE. THERE has been no Clerk or others ADMITTED into any office since the ist, of January 1816; nor has the service of any Clerk or other Officer been DISCONTINUED from any office within the same period, in niy department, as Receiver of First Fruits, except such appears by the under- written statement; John Bacon, Receiver of First Fruits, 1 January 1816: William Bacon Dean, appointed pro temp, to the said receivership, 26 February 1816, on the death of the said John Bacon. Charles Bicknell, appointed by patent 22d May, 58 Geo. Ill, on the discontinuance of the said William Bacon Dean on the said 22d May. The said Charles Bicknell re- appointed by Patent, dated 2d of May, 2 Geo. IV. on the cancelling of the aforesaid appointment. Salary of receiver, £. 250; and £. 20 for a clerk. 5 May 1821. Cha' Bicknell, Receiver of the First Fruits.
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