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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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6 9 N° 34.— CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND—( Clerks and others ADMITTED)— continued. PORT. OFFICE. London— continued. 1 1 Clerk at Custom- house, West India Docks - Extra tidewaiter - Preferable tidewaiter - Preferable watchman - Established tidewaiter - Inspector and examiner of Plantation ac- counts ------ Pupil landing waiter, class 3 - Warehousekeeper at London Docks - Extra tidewaiter - - - Extra watchman - Riding officer at Foot's Cray - - - Pupil landing waiter - - - - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Tidesurveyor ------ Clerk at Custom- house, London Docks Preferable weigher - - - - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Preferable weigher - - - Extra tidewaiter - - - - - Clerk to the assistant comptroller inwards - Extra tidevvaiter - - - - - Extra watchman - - - - - Established tidewaiter - - - - Preferable tidewaiter - Rochester: Chief preventive boatman at Sheerness Tidewaiter ------ D° - Messenger ------ Faversham: Coalmeter ------ Sandwich : Coalmeter ------ Boatman at Ramsgate - - - - D « - - d° - D° - - d° Dover: ist Mate of " Industry" cruizer Mariner of " Industry" cruizer Mariner of the " Rose" cutter Rye: Commander of the " Chamelion" cutter - Sitter in preventive boat at Pevensey Sluice Mariner of the " Chamelion" cutter Boatman at Hastings - - - - Newhaven : Chief preventive boatman at Port Wrinkle D° ------ at Newhaven Commander of the " Jacobus" cutter Preventive boatman at Saltdean D° d° Comptroller at Brighton - - - - Riding Officer Chief preventive boatman at Brighton Coalmeter ------ D° Chichester : Sitter in preventive boat at Selsea Bill Chief preventive boatman at Felpham D° d° D° Selsea Bill 710. NAME. W. T. Barlow - William Gibbs Thomas Walter William Cater Samuel Havis - John Wildman William John Ready Edward Sexton George J. Drake George Garratt Edward Nash - Robert Mead - John Denham Samuel Sharland John P. Lavie - John Jennings William Thresher James Mawe - Samuel Traives James Smith - George Dumble Charles Fisher John Blyth William Wridgway • James Sturgis - Thomas Goldacre John W. Newlyn Bognor Watson Lewis Crow William Butler Robert Weeks - Edward Langley Y. R. Goldsack James Thompson William Crump W. Johnson, jun. John Powers - Frederick Hire Richard Fryman Thomas Morfee William Richard William Thomas Edward , Thomas William William Stone - Sharwell Nearne World Nash - Pelham Smith Webb - Thomas Puttick James Butler - James Petts James Harman Joseph B. May George Mantle Date of Admission. 1818: 5th November 6th 10th — - - 11th — - - 12th — - - - 17th — - - - 20th — - - - 21st — - - - 24th — - - - 28th - ist December - 3d 4th - 17th — - - 26th — - - 29th 30th 11th June 8th August - 2d September 2d April - 17th February 8th December 22d —• - - 18th February 31st March - 17 th December 9th February 22d May 21st October 19th November 13th April - ist May 7th — - - 14th 16th July 18th August - 4th December 24th July - - 21st August 24th September - Salary and Emoluments. { 31 d. 6 6 £. 80 48 60 64 60 250 - - 51 - - 200 - - 48 - - 826 105 - - 51 - - 48 - - 200 - - 90 - - 79 15 - 48 - - 79 15 - 48 - - 80 - - 48 8 60 60 6 6 64 15 - 50 - - 50 - - 60 - - 6 6 30 9 6 50 - - 50 - - 50 - - 60 - - 31 5 8 3i 5 8 110 - - 88 - - 31 5 8f 50 2 6 64 15 - 64 15 - 140 - - 59 15 - 59 15 - 150 - - 105 - - 64 15 - - - 2 per chaldron metage. _ _ 2 \ per chaldron metage. 88 - - 64 15 - 64 15 - 64 15 - (< continued.>
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