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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 1 8 1( J. 49 N° 34.— CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND.—( Clerks and others ADMITTED.)— continued. PORT. OFFICE. 1816: London— continued. Receiver of the plantation receipt 3d clerk to the clerk of the rates Preferable weigher - Extra tidewaiter - - - - Extra weigher and press packer to searchers Preferable waterman - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - - - - D° Preferable watchman - - - - Extra weigher - - - - - Established tidewaiter - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Extra waterman - - - - Established weigher - - - - Extra waterman - - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Preferable weigher - - - - Preferable watchman - Preferable weigher - Extra weigher ----- Extra waterman - - - - Extra tidewaiter - Clerk at Custom- house, London Docks Preferable weigher - - - - Extra tidewaiter - D° - - Preferable weigher - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - Preferable watchman - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Tide surveyor - - - - - Preferable weigher - Extra tidewaiter - Extra watchman - - - - - Extra weigher - - - - Mate of the " Vigilant" cutter Mariner of " Vigilant" cutter Extra watchman - Gatekeeper at Tobacco warehouses - Extra weigher - - - - Temporary additional landingwaiter - Preferable weigher - Extra watchman - - - - - D* Established tidewaiter - - - - Preferable watchman - Extra watchman - - - - - Tide surveyor at Blackwall Preferable tidewaiter - Rochester: Coalmeter ------ Mate of the " Otter" cutter and assistant" superintendent of quarantine at Stand- gate Creek - - - - - Mate of the " Watchful" cutter Mariner of - D° - cutter Principal coast officer at the Isle of Sheppy Mariner of the " Otter" cutter at Stand- gate Creek - - - - Mariner of the " Watchful" cutter - Faversham: Searcher, landing and coastwaiter Mariner of " Scorpion" cutter Coalmeter - - - - Coalmeter at Milton - 710. NAME. J. Dyer W. H. Tolbot Thomas Hains Charles Fisher George Povey J. Smallwood - William Shears John Frankes - John Tuthill - Stephen Ingrey John King Nathaniel Hill George Arthur Robert Abernethy James Wright James Groves Richard Bankes James McCardell Alexander Fraser William Skinner Thomas Whitaker J. White Richard Baker Jacob Crisp John Crisp Thomas Evans James Lewis - Stephen Mann John East Richard Freeman John Norris William Tipper James Edwell James Whybrow Robert Turner John Tuthill - W. Brown J. Saxby Edward Porters Matthew Pouncey Robert Scutt - Michael Westrop Robert Anderson Henry Taylor James Home William Boucher James Slade - Luke Molehoir Walter Price - John Neil John T. Adersley W. H. Dixon Samuel Remington James Emptage D. S. Garrington E. T. Watson William Flavell Philip Mien - Thomas Lingham Thomas Tucker William King, junior Date of Salary and Admission. Emoluments. 1816: s. d. 9th October 500 - - — - 100 — — 16th — - - - 79 15 - — - - . 48 - - 18th - 85 10 - 18th 54 15 — 22d —. - - - 60 — — - - - 60 — - - 24th - 64 3 6 25th - 45 13 6 29th - 60 2 6 — - - - 48 — - -' ist November - S 8 - 5th - 73 15 - __ _ _ _ 8 8 — 7th - 60 - - - 8th - 48 - - — . 79 15 - 12th - 64 3 6 — ... 79 15 - 45 13 6 14th - 8 8 - i5th - 48 — i9th — - - - 90 - - — _ _ . . 79 15 — — - 48 - - 20th — --- 48 -- - 21st - 79 15 - - 60 - - 26th - 64 3 6 28th - 48 - - 3d December - 200 — - - - - 79 15 - — . - - 48 - - - — ... 8 2 - 6 — - - - 45 13 6 7th - 53 2 7 — - 30 3 3 10th - 8 2 6 12 th - 80 — - 18th - 45 13 6 20th - 363 - - 21st —: - - - 79 15 — - 8 2 6 . . - 8 2 6 24th - 60 2 6 — - - - 64 3 6 8 2 r> 28th - 150 - - 31st - 60 - - 11th January 20th J larch - 26th July - 22d August - 4th October - 31st 19th January 14th May 22d August - 7th November N 2 d. per chaldron metage. 80 - - 60 31 120 26 31 8 f 8f 160 31 5 . 8i 31 6 6 1319 - ( 1continued.)
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