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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— CIVIL OFFICES, CLERKS AND OTHERS, N° 23.— CHELSEA HOSPITAL. Clerks and others ADMITTED. # r OFFICES. Secretary Physician - Comptroller Apothecary Dispenser - Porter to the Dispen- sary - - - - Assistant Surgeon Organist - Whitster Second cook - . J 1 Gardener - - - Barber - A Porter - - - - NAMES. Richard Neave - Succeeded Geo. Aust, who retired, hav- ing served upwards of 50 years. Dr. W. Somerville - Succeeded Dr. Benjamin Moseley, deceased. John Heriot - - - - Succeeded Loftus Nunn, who retired, having served 22 years, and being upwards of 80 years of age, now de ceased. William North Succeeded Richard Robert Graham, deceased. John Dangerfield - Edward Tabour John Hartshorne Succeeded W. North, appointed apothecary. Eustace Danby - Succeeded M. S. Robertson, who resigned. Helen Campbell Succeeded Cha. Duke, who resigned. James Ripley Succeeded JohnBerriman, deceased. John Chance - Succeeded James Allen, deceased. Peter Robinson Succeeded John Parsey, deceased. Mark Kelly - Succeeded John resliall, deceased. Assistant Senior Clerks - - Secretary's Office: William A. Bridgen Richard Osmond Charles Danby John Lorrain - Charles T. Ilevell - Dates of Appointment. 1816 1819 1816 1816 1816 1816 1816 1819 1818 1816 } 1817 • 1817 1820 1816 d° d° d° d° Salaries. 500 500 200 30 100 20 70 50 30 70 including servants. 12 - 160 - perann. each EMOLUMENTS. 1001, per annum 011 account of prize business, 3s. per diem during re- sidence, in lieu of table formerly 1 provided; 251, per annum, in lieu of furniture, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, and 52 lbs. of candles. 3$. per diem during residence, ia lieu of table formerly provided; 25/. per annum in lieu of furniture, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, and 5- 2 lbs. of candles. 3 a. per diem during residence, in lieu of table formerly provided; 20/. per annum in lieu of furniture, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, and 52 lbs. of candles. 35. per diem during residence, in lieu of table formerly provided ; 25/. per annum 111 lieu of furniture, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, and 52 lbs. of candles. room. (" 501, per ann. for attending boards, . 10/. 5 s. per ann. for board wages; |_ no apartments. f2o/. perann. in lieu of furniture, I an allowance of 612/. per ann. for I washing linen, and is paid for extra ^ washing; apartments. 50/. per ann. in lieu of perquisites, 10l. frs. per ann. board wages, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, and 26 lbs. of candles. - 10/. 5s. per ann. board wages, 10/. per ann. in lieu of furniture, an al- lowance of 360/. per ann. for gar- den, seeds, labour, and for keeping the grounds of the hospital in order; apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, ^ and 26 lbs. of candles. [ 20/. 10s. per ann. board wages, 10/. per ann. in lieu of furniture, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, | and 3 for his shop, and 52 lbs. of [ candles. 10/. perann. in lieu of furniture, 10/. 5 s. per ann. board wages, apartments, 2 chaldrons of coals, and 26 lbs. of candles, and every 2 years, a coat and a pair of breeches. Previously served as an extra clerk . . . D° - " - - - - D° D° JjjGft'l I I I - m h.. IMfr JtfiEtO roa s< *
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