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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 1816. 59 N° 34.- CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND—( Clerks and others ADMITTED.)— continued. PORT. OFFICE. 1817: London— continued. Established tidewaiter - Preferable weigher - - - - - Extra tidewaiter - D° D° D° Preferable weigher - Clerk to receiver general - Temporary additional landing waiter Pupil landingwaiter - - - Class 2 D° - - - - do. - D° Class 3 D" Class 6 Extra tidewaiter - Established waterman .... Preferable watchman - - - - Established waterman .... Preferable tidewaiter .... Extra waterman - - - Preferable tidewaiter .... Preferable weigher - - - - - Established tidewaiter - Tidesurveyor - Extra waterman ----- Clerk to receiver general - Established tidewaiter - - - - Preferable weigher - - - - - Established tidewaiter - - - - Extra weigher - Preferable weigher and locker - Extra tidewaiter - - - - Established tidewaiter - - - - Clerk to surveyor of King's warehouse Landingwaiter - - - - - Clerk to northern plantation jerquer Preferable weigher and locker - - - Clerk to surveyor of sloops - Preferable tidewaiter - D° Extra watchman - - - - - Preferable waterman - - - . • Established waterman - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - Extra weigher - Extra tide waiter - Temporary additional landingwaiter - Established tidewaiter - Extra tidewaiter ----- 2d clerk to the computer of duties, on unrated East India goods ... Extra waterman - - - - - Searcher at Gravesend - - - - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - - Extra weigher - Preferable watchman - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - ist clerk to solicitor for bonds - - - Temporary assistant landing waiter - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - D° - Clerk to inspector general of imports and exports - Preferable tidewaiter - - - - Preferable weigher - - - - - Extra tidewaiter Established tidewaiter - Extra weigher _..--_ Preferable tidewaiter - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Date of Salary and NAME. Admission. Emoluments. 1817 : £, s. d. Thomas Haley 27th May - - 60 2 6 William Smith . 79 15 — John Long - - 48 - - Charles Smith 28th - 48 — - Robert Davy - - - 30th — - - 48 - - George Clarke 6th June - - - 48 - - Thomas Fryer 10th - 79 15 - E. Beaumont, jun. - 12th - 80 - - Thomas Burdon, jun. i9th — -' - - 363 ><• - Richard C. Hodges - — r- " ~ 145 13 4 J. Williamson 24th - 145 13 4 Charles Marshall — - - - 51 - - Samuel Turnley 25th - 49 - - Jos. D. Woolley . 48 - — Alexander Buck 26th - 48 5 — Thomas Furneaux - 2d July - - 64 3 4 William Bloomfield - 3d - 48 5 - r John Bellamy 4th - 60 - - John Perkins - - - 15th - 8 8 — John Bide - _ - 60 - - Thomas Wills 23d - 79 15 - William Smith 30th - 60 2 6 Thomas Morgan 31st - 200 - - E. Lansdown - - - ist August - - 8 8 - John R. Judge 5th - 80 - — James Galway . 60 < 2 6 James White - ... 79 15 - John Havingdon 7th - 60 2 6 Clement Cox - . 45 13 6 W. Hosley - 8th - 90 5 - Thomas Ireson 20th - 48 — John Goodinge 28th - 60 2 6 John Bonner - - - 29th - 90 — — M. Sturt - - - 4th September - 400 - - John Buck - - - 9th — - - - 120 William Taylor _ 90 5 - James Browne 12 th - 80 -— — Thomas Spencer - 60 - - Richard Merrett 16th - 60 - — Robert Robey - 8 2 6 Loft Raspison 17th - 54 15 — James Waight ist October 48 5 - Richard Coulson ad — - - - 60 — ' - Jos. Hubbard 7th — - - - 45 13 6 George Clocke - 48 - - Frederick La Coste - 8th October - 363 - William Mitchener - 9th - 60 2 6 Charles Care 48 — — Henry Bramley 14th - 80 - — John Reppin - - 8 8 — C. J. Briscoe - 16th - 300 — — William Latimore - 28th - 48 - - James Piggott 29th - 60 - James Robinson - 45 13 6 William Crafter — - - - 64 3 6 James Grey - 4th November - 48 William Cooke 13th - 150 - Jos. Keele - 18th — - - - 363 - . John Alexander 25th - 48 - - William Dixon 2d December 60 - - James Gaskin — - - - 60 - ~• — Thomas Alder ton _ - 4th - 90 i- .. — M. Hooper - - 60 - - Richard Doidge - 79 15 — Thomas Prew - 48 - - - Anthony Thompson 9th - 60 2 6 Thomas Parry nth — - - - 45 13 6 W. O. R. Lymposs - 12th - 60 — — William Sharp 16th — - - - 48 ( continued.)
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