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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 I. GREAT BRITAIN" t — C I V I L OFFICES, CLERKS AND OTHERS, N° 14— WAR- OFFICE— continued. FOREIGN DEPARTMENT: Clerks and others ADMITTED ----- None. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED. r RANK. NAME. Date of Discontinuance. Rate of Salary. Rate of Retired Allowance. Chief Clerk - Examiner, " 1 ist Class - J J. W. Lukin - - James Mackay - 25 April - 1817 2 July - 1819 1,095 300 £. 725 Died. D", 2d Class - John Fenton 25 Dec. - 1817 275 13 5' Numbers. TOTAL 62 - - - £. 19,858 10,065 . . - War- Office, \ 12th Ma}' 1821./ Palmerston. IN addition to the Return above made, the following transfers have taken place, from the current business of the War- Office to that of the Arrear, and are consequently positive reductions from the numbers employed upon the former; viz. FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CORRESPONDENCE : 5 Junior Clerks - j 2 Clerks - - - j I Messenger - - 4 from 25 March 1817 1 - - April 1819 1 from 25 March 1817 1 - - - D° - - - - D° at £. 250 each FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF CURRENT ACCOMPTS: 2 Inspectors, f ist Class - \ 1 D°, 2d Class 7 Examiners, ist Class - 6 D ® , 2d Class 8 Assistant Exa- miners - - 9 Clerks - - 1 from 25 Nov. 1815 1 - 29 May 1820 - - 20 Nov. 1815 3 from - D° - 1- 9 Jan. 1817 1 - 25 March 1 - 8 April 1 - 12 May 2 from 20 Nov. 1815 2 - - D° - 1 - 25 March 1817 1 - 11 Jan. 1 from 1 May 1815 - 1 - - D° - 1- 2 Sept. - 3- 20 Nov. - 2- 11 Jan. 1817 1 from 1 May 1815 - 1- 5 June - 1 - 19 D° - 2 - 20 Nov. - 1- 11 Jan. 1817 - 1 - 25 March 2 - 29 May 1820 - - at £. 300 each at £. 275 each - 225 each TOTAL 40 Clerks and 1 Messenger. at £. 200 each at - D° - - at £. 110 each - at £. 140 each Salary per Annum. £. 1,000 300 140 120 100 600 700 400 900 300 300 350 400 550 450 275 275 200 225 200 600 400 110 110 110 220 110 110 280 9,835 2 since dead, since retired. since dead. since dead. 1 since dead. 1 since resigned, since resigned.
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