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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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£ ) ' o ADMITTED AND DISCONTINUED SINCE FIRST JANUARY l8l6. 53 N° 34.— CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND—( Clerks and others ADMITTED)-- continued. PORT. OFFICE. r, , 1816: Gweek: Preventive boatman at Cadgwith D° d° - D° --- - at Helford D° d° Penryn : Tidewaiter, boatman and coalmeter Penzance: Riding officer - Mariner of the " Fox" cutter Tidewaiter, boatman and coalmeter Preventive boatman at Mousehole D° d° Minehead: D° - D° - at Porlock Bay - - d° - Bristol: Clerk to the collector Collector - Weighing porter - Tidewaiter - Coastwaiter - - - Landing waiter - - - Noontender - - - - Tidewaiter - Comptrolling searcher Tidewaiter ... - D° Preferable tidewaiter Tide surveyor - Established tidewaiter Messenger - Watchman Temporary assistant landing aiter Tidewaiter - - - - Clerk to the collector Warehousekeeperfor bonded goods ist clerk to - - d° - 2d - d° - - d° - 710. Scilly : Boatman ------ St. Ives: Searcher, landing and coastwaiter at Ilayle Searcher and landing waiter - Mariner of the " Dolphin" cutter - D° - - - - d° - 2d mate of - - d° - Preventive boatman - - - - D° Padstow: Mate of the " Alarm " cutter - - - Preventive boatman at New Quay D° d° D° - - - - at Port Isaac - D° d° - Tidewaiter and boatman - - - - Bideford: Preventive boatman - D° ------- NAME. William Hooper William Richard John Real Thomas Billett James Trenery John Huddy - George Thomas Richard Coad - Henry Pomery Joseph Rouse - John Potter John Ley Francis Jenkyns Ph. Calf- William Lewis Thomas Jago - James Roberts John Rule Moses Martyn John Bont Thomas Jane - James S. Rice Charles Ford - John Probert - John Jones James Boyles William Allen Charles Macnamara G. L. Hulland John Gordon - James Pollard John Stockwell William Pook Isaac Leech William Prout Thomas Morgan William Easton Thomas Hendy Charles Alleyn Charles Dyer - Michael Shilstone John G. Richley Thomas S. Aldridge William Clark Harry Bullock Charles Jones - Frederick Lewin Jeremiah Mais John M. Jacobs Charles W. Harper o Date of Admission. 1816: ist November 28th March llthJanuary 27th — - - • 27th September ist November 24th May 11th January 25th June 18 th September 20th — - - ist November 14th February ist November 21st— - ist November - 5th 21st February 9th March - 23d April 26th— - - 30th— - - 7 th May 9th— - - 10th — - - 17th — - - 22d — - - 28th — - - 16th July 19th — - - 16th August - 22d —. - - 30th — - - 15th October 21st — - - Salary and Emoluments. 59 15 59 15 59 15 59 15 52 12 ii 105 - - 3i 5 81 49 17 6 59 15 - 59 15 - 49 80 100 31 31 45 5 5 8! 8* 59 15 59 15 100 - - 59 15 - 59 15 - 59 15 - 59 15 - 45 14 - 59 15 - 59 » 5 - 59 15 - 59 15 - 80 - 1,000 48 19 61 5 200 - 300 - 18 61 300 61 61 53 13 200 - 5 5 5 5 61 5 - 50 - - 49 7. 6 at the rate of 350 - - per annum, when employed 6l 80 5 - 200 - - 100 - - 70 - - ( continued.)
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