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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. 51 N° 34.— CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND—( Clerks and others ADMITTED)— continued. Date of Salary and TORT. OFFICE. NAME. Admission. Emoluments. Newhaver . 1816: 1816: £. s. d. Preventive boatman - - ' - Thomas Tiltman 30th October 59 15 — - D° i * Henry Clark - — ... 59 15 — Shoreham ; 1 Tidewaiter and boatman at Brighton George Allevar 14th February - 44 - — D° - - - - - Jacob Beach - - - — - - - 44 — D° - - William Payne — ... 44 - - D° _ James Smith - — - - - 44 Tide surveyor at Brighton ... William Boyce . - 23d April - - 80 . -- — Coalmeter - - d° - Henry Hillman 2d May - - 2 d. per chaldron metage. Commander of the " Hound" cutter - Frederick Lewis 23d July - - 120 — - Mariner of - - - - d° - James Upperton 2d August - - 31 5 n D° - - - - - - d* - William Newell — ... 31 5 « $ Second mate of - - - d° - John P. Bundell — ... 40 - Preventive boatman at Worthing John Richardson 31st October 59 15 - D ® - " - " - " d° - Jonah Burdon — - - - 59 15 — Arundel: Preventive boatman at Littlehampton John Andrews — ... 59 15 - D° - - - - - - d9 - Thomas Baker — - - - 59 15 — Chichester: Boatman at Pagham - Robert Cobden 13th April - - 50 10 - Watchman and Messenger - George Bridger — . . ^ 50 12 G Coalmeter M m mm m. William Powell — - 25 t 3\ Preventive boatman Jt — — William Clapshoe - 31st October 59 15 D° George Mantell — ... 59 15 — Portsmouth: Preventive boatman at Haling Island David Dance - — ... 59 15 - D° - - - - - d° - James Cook - - - — ... 59 15 - Tidewaiter - - - - Robert Clark - 12th December - 50 18 - D" - - - - - William Field 13th — - - 50 18 Messenger - Thomas Biddell — ... 60 - - Watchman * Samuel Gamblin 31st — - - 48 15 —• Southampton: 18th June - - 38 Tidewaiter and boatman - - - - Gabriel Carter 12 & D° William Lambert — ... 38 12 & Boatman at Jersey - - John Pope - 2 ist— - - - 49 15 Second mate of " Lion' cutter, Jersey John Poynton 15th August 40 - D° - - - " Adder" at Alderney Robert Congden — ... 40 — - D° - - - " Rose" - d° - Richard Goodridge - — ... 40 — — Mariner of the" Adder" - d° - John Horkey - — ... 3t S D" _ - - - - William Place — ... 3* 5 8 I D° - - - « Rose" - d° - William Vey - — . . - 31 5 » i D° _ - John Harvell - — ... 31 5 8 § D° - - - " Lion" at Jersey - Thomas Poynton — ... 3* 5 8 1 D" _ _ John Craft - - - — - - - 31 5 8 I Tide surveyor - Charles Cottrell 20th— --- 120 - - Second mate of " Hart" cutter, Guernsey - William Hambley - 22d — ... 40 - - Landing waiter and comptrolling searcher - Peter Dear ... 13th September - 200 - - Preventive boatman at Christchurch - John White - 31st October 59 15 - D° - - - - - - John Barrett - — ... 59 15 - Collector - W. R. Smith - 30th November - 600 — — Cowes: 8 f Mariner of the " Stork" cutter Walter Daish - 28th March - - 3i 5 Tidewaiter - George Woodrow 17th May - - 40 8 - Second mate of " Stork " cutter Thomas Savage 15th August 45 — - Mariner of - - - d° George Vyse - — ... 31 5 8 f First mate of - - d° John Purcell - 26th September - 80 - - Coastwaiter at Ryde - . . - Robert Lydall 3d October 50 - -' Preventive boatman at Yarmouth Alexander Phillips - 31st— - - - 59 15 — D° - - - - - William Wheeler — ... 59 15 - D° - - - atAtherfield - William Rubie — ... 59 15 - D° - Joseph Escow - — ... 59 15 — D° - - - at St. Helens Samuel Harris — ... 59 15 — D° — Hugh Pill — - - - 59' 15 — Poole: Preventive boatman at Swanage Richard Seymour — ... 59 15 — D ® - d° - Charles Osborne — - - 59 15 — ( continued. j>
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