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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 l 8 l 6 . ' " 63 N « 34.— CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND—( Clerks and Others ADMITTED.)— contftkied. PORT. OFFICE. Scilly— continued. 1817. Preventive boatman at St. Agnes D° - - - - - d° - D° ----- at Tresco - St. Ives: Sitter in preventive boat - Preventive boatman =• Padstow: Sitter in preventive boat - - - Inspector of preventive waterguard Preventive boatman at New Quay D° - - at Boscastle D° - - - d° Minehead: Sitter in preventive boat - - - Preventive boatman - Inspector of preventive waterguard Bristol: Sitter in preventive boat - Boatman - Preferable tidewaiter - Established tidewaiter - Weigher - - - » Boatman - Tidewaiter - D » ----- - D° - Coastwaiter at Uphill - Tidesurveyor - - - - - Preventive boatman at Flat Holme island D° ----- - d° r D° - -- -- - d° 5 Mariner of the " Racer" cutter Landing waiter - - - Landing surveyor T Landing waiter . - - - Tidewaiter - - - - - D° Landing surveyor - - - - Searcher - - - Gloucester: Comptroller and coastwaiter Tidewaiter and boatman - D° Chepstow: Searcher, landing, and coastwaiter Cardiff: Coastwaiter at Aberthaw - - - Swansey : Boatman at Penclawdd - Second mate of the " Antelope" cutter Tidewaiter and boatman - Llanelly: Inspector of preventive waterguard Pembroke: Tidewaiter and boatman at Tenby Principal coast officer at - d° - NAME. Daniel Buchanan John Barnes - Samuel Nicholas William Bennett Thomas Williams John M'Gowan John Williams Thomas George Sampson Woodcock John Pinder - Jos. I. Golder Henry Prosser Edward Morgan John Rees Jos. Taylor John M'Cunn - John Morgan - John Vaughan William Hyde - H, B. Taylor - Samuel Luke - James Rees John Withers - George Richardson Peter Davies - John Lloyd James Stephens Charles Landman Charles Martin John Hill Michael Shilstone Christopher Harris William Adams William Granger Samuel Longmore Burgh Blannin George Harcum James Blewitt Edmund Jane - Evan Thomas - John Francis - John Price Thomas Cox - John Prosser - William Leach William Edwards Date of Admission. 1817 : 31st October 18th March - 25th April - 18th March - 27th May - 15th October 18 th March - 27th May 18th March 17th June 18th 26th - 2d July - - 8th August 9th September - 8th October - 6th November - 7th 18th 24th 29th 3d December 13th 11th February 20th May 26th June ist April - 10th December 12th February 12th July 24th September 18th March - 7th August - 27th Salary and Emoluments. s. 59 15 - 59 15 - 59 15 - 88 - 59 15 88 - 265 - 59 15 59 15 59 15 88 - 59 15 265 - 88 - _ 50 - - 53 13 6 61 5 - 48 19 - 50 - - 61 61 61 60 200 5 5 5 59 15 59 15 59 15 26 - 300 - 400 300 - 61 61 400 300 5 5 40 - - 5 - - and 3s. per day when employ- ed as tidewaiter, and 2s. 6d. per day when employed as boatman. 5 d° d° 100 - - 60 - - 51 40 51 265 - - 48 14 - 80 - - 710. Gg ( continued.)
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