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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" 32.— VICTUALLING OFFICE. Clerks and others ADMITTED. These clerks were transferred on the 25th March 1817 from the late Transport Office, when the Medical branch of that depart- ment was placed under the super- intendence of this Board. Admitted on~| 7 November 1820 a vacancy/ 9 May - - 1820 Mr. John Bynon - - John Player - - C. W. Bynon - - Joseph Bezer - - Edward Kingsford J. T. Lee - - - W. Fisher, jun. - D. J. Monk - - B. P. Hobart - - John Scafe - - J. C. Nash - - N W. T. Withey - W. Fisher, sen. - R. Randall - - R. G. Pratt - - I John Collin - - T. Harness - George Poulton - ist class 2d d° - 2d d° - 3d d" - d° - 2d d ® - 3d d° - d° - d° - extra clerk - Transferred for [ the purpose of ex- I amining and stat-) ing the Medical^ Accounts, which were in arrear. Isaac Eeles - store department secretary's - d° Amount of Salary. £. d. 530 - - 330 - - 550 - - 260 - - 240 - - 330 - - 300 - - 250 - - 130 - - 110 - - 250 - - 260 - - 550 - - 120 - - 120 - - 110 — - 60 - - 110 - - 110 - - The entries of Mr. Poulton and Mr. Eeles took place on vacancies which occurred since the last general reduction. Clerks and others, whose Services have been DISCONTINUED. NAMES. London: T. Morley E. C. Faithful R. Swaine W. Kingdom J. W. Tomkins G. Barton C. Smith J. L. Penn R. Thomas - J. Mason E. Pike D. Jecks J. Prime, sen. S. Williams - R. Baird F. Faithful - G. Rhodes - J. G. Marshman -{ RANK. Late 3d clerk for stating pursers accounts - 7th clerk to the accountant for stores - - ist clerk to the Imprest Office - Chief clerk for stating pursers accounts - Chief clerk for keeping charge against") pursers - j - 3d clerk in the Assigning Office - - 7th clerk to the accountant for cash - 9th d° ----- d° - - 4th clerk to the accountant for stores - - 6th d° - - - - d° - - 4th clerk for stating pursers accounts - - 3d clerk in the Imprest Office - Chief clerk of the Imprest Office - 3d clerk for keeping charge on pursers - - 4th clerk in the Imprest Office - - 5th clerk for keeping charge against"] pursers - ... - J - 12th clerk to the accountant for stores - - 5th clerk for examining agents accounts Salary. £. s. d. 200 - - 200 - - 350 - - 650 - - 650 - - 280 - - 240 - - 230 - - 260 - - 230 - - 220 - - 200 - - 6,50 - - 290 - - 280 - - 190 - - 190 - - 220 - - THE vacancies ofthe discharged clerks before- mentioned, whose salaries were above £. 110 per annum, and who were consequently on the establishment, have been filled up by the promotion of such of the senior extra clerks, whose abilities and industry, or whose length of service were considered as justly entitling them to be placed on the establishment, but no extra clerks were entered to fill up the vacancies occasioned by those removals or discharges. London— con tin ued. K. Berry F. Jukes J. A. Brown T. Russell - N. Harris C. Downey \ Extra clerks - - - - - no - — G. A. Hooper H. Brewer J. Renouf J. Stilwell - C. Regnart - T. Holford -
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