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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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' 2 0 4 II, IRELAND t— CIVIL OFFICES, CLERKS AND OTHER'S, MILITARY DEPARTMENT. [ i.]— CHIEF SECRETARY'S OFFICE. Clerks and others ADMITTED. r NAME. Henry Connor, junior - Date of Appointment. 25 Dec. 1819 Salary and Emoluments. £. .?. d. 80 - - REMARK. ^ Appointed to ihe ju- nior clerkship in the per- manent branch of the department, which be- came vacant by promo- tion on the retirement of the second clerk. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED. / NAMES. Dates of Discontinuance. OFFICES. Salaries and Emoluments. £. d. Thomas Ebbs 24 June 1816 Clerk - 90 - - William M'Donnell - D° - 9o - - William M'Cullagh - D° - 80 - - John Nowlan DJ 60 - - Chetwood Eustace 29 Sept. „ D° - - - 90 - - George St. Bell - * , » D° - 90 - - James Duncan - • n D° - . - 90 ~ ~ John Finnegan • 1 25 Dec. „ Messenger - 75 - - REMARKS. Those persons be- longed to the temporary establishment of this department, and their discontinuance took place as a measure of retrenchment, as soon as the same became practicable. Dublin Castle, \ 4th June 1821, J E. Connor, First Clerk. [ 2.]— YEOMANRY DEPARTMENT. Clerks and others ADMITTED - - - Nil. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED. r NAMES. Joseph Kinross Lawrence Clutterbuck Dates of Discontinuance. 24 June 181.7 24 Dec. 1818 OFFICES. 5 th, or junior clerk Accountant clerk Yeomanry Office, Dublin Castle,"! 8th June 1821. J Amount nf Salaries and Emoluments. REMARKS. £. s. d. 150 — - Discontinued as a measure of re- trenchment, by which his salary became a saving. 250 - - Discontinued under the provisions of the Act of 50th Geo. 3d, c. 117, on two- thirds of his salary, he having served upwards of twenty years, and being incapaci- tated from ill health to discharge the duties of his situation. The vacancy occasioned in the office by his discontinuance was not filled up, the duties performed by him devolving upon the remaining clerks. Examined and certified, John Ogle, First Clerk.
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