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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 l 8 l 6 . 203 ( 23.)— PUBLIC COAL OFFICE, DUBLIN. THERE has been no Clerk or other Officer in the department of the Public Coal Yards, coming under the descriptions required to be returned by the two Orders of the House of Commons transmitted to me, bearing date 6th April instant. John Barclay Allowayi 23d April 1821. Director Public Coals. ( 24.)— PUBLIC COAL OFFICE, CORK. I was appointed Director of Cork Coal Yards, 3d August 1818, with a salary of £. 200 a year, without emoluments. In the same department I have two clerks, receiving a salary of £. 30 a year each, without emoluments, viz. George Fuller, clerk of North Yard, appointed by late Director several years previous to 1816; and Charles Good, clerk of South Yard, appointed by me, ( in the room of Thomas Gray Fuller, deceased) the ist December 1820. There has not been any clerk or other officer DISCONTINUED in the Cork Coal Yards since the ist January 1816. Charles Eranson, junior, Cork, 2ist April 1821. Director of Cork Coal Yards. ( 25.)— COMMISSIONERS OF IRISH FISHERIES. Clerks and others ADMITTED. NAME. Henry Townsend - - William Wilsone - - Matthew Duncan - - John Madden - - - J. R. Barry - - - - W. H. King - - - Thomas Young - - - Richard Nesbitt - - F. L. Turner - - James Irwin - Henry Cashell - - - Alexander Mac Dougal Samuel Robinson - - Henry Pentland - - James O. B. Croker - Francis Kenny - - - George Woodhouse James Pattinson - - Richard Thorpe - - James Johnston - - My. Donelan - - - Richard Dodd - - - J. Fitzmaurice - - - Lieut. W, Hutchinson,"! H. M. Brig Plumper J Dates of Appointment. 28th November 1820 24th October 3d November 1819 26th — 13th April - 1820 22d March 28 th — 18th April 6th May 20th — 25th — 24th July 12 th September 15th January 1821 OFFICES. Secretary Clerk Messenger Inspector General D° - D° - D° - Local Inspector D° - D° - D° - D° - D° - D° - D° * D° - D° - D° - D° - D° - D" - D° - D° - Superintendent of fish eries - Yearly Salary, £. s. d. 300 - - 100 - - 40 - - 200 - - 200 - - 200 - - 200 - - 150 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - 100 - - Emoluments. J o a o Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED Nil. Irish Fishery Office, Dublin,"! l May 1821. J Examined; H. Touinsend, Secretory.
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