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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 l8l6. 95 N° 34— CUSTOMS IN ENGLAND—( Clerks and others DISCONTINUED)— continued. PORTS. OFFICES. 1820 : London: The junior clerk to the clerk of the certificates, long room - Seven landing waiters - Warehousekeeper for East India sugar Five warehousekeepers for tea, coffee, and cocoa nuts - Warehousekeeper for coffee, tea, cocoa nuts, bugles, and prize goods - ist clerk to - d° - 2d - - - d° - Comptroller on the warehousekeeper for coffee, & c. ( beforementioned) Clerk to - d° Clerk to the comptrolling surveyor in the tobacco department - Warehousekeeper for tobacco ist Clerk to - d° 2d - - - - d° Messenger - - - - - Two gatekeepers - - - - Coastwaiter - The 4th clerk to the surveyor for sloops Two tidesurveyors - Eight watermen - Locker at the West India Docks Eleven preferable watchmen Comptroller of the \\ per cent duties Superintendent of Piazza officers Noontender - Register of wool - - - - Three watermen - Sandwich: Two boatmen - - - - - Tidewaiter at Margate - Deal: Tidewaiter • Rye: Riding officer - Arundel: Riding officer - - - - - Chichester: Supervisor of riding officers Portsmouth: Locker ------ Tidewaiter and coalmeter - Tidewaiter - Southampton: Examiner of goods imported and ex- ported under licence at Jersey - Locker at Jersey - Examiner of goods imported and ex- ported under licence at Guernsey Locker at Guernsey - - - - Warehousekeeper for bonded goods Cowes: Landing waiter and comptrollingsearcher Poole: Boatman at Studlands - Exeter: Five tidewaiters at Exmouth Warehousekeeper at Topsham - Amount of Salaries and Emoluments. s. 100 - — 2,800 - - 200 - - 1,000 - - 300 - - 100 - - 80 - - 200 - - 90 - - 90 - - 200 - - 100 - - 80 - - 60 - - 160 - - 200 - - 80 - ~ 400 - - 386 - - 15 10 - 705 18 6 200 - - 14 12 6 16 - - 70 - - 171 12 - 100 - - 33 - - 25 14 - 60 - - 60 - - 100 - - 57 10 50 18 50 18 300 35 300 35 150 150 - 50 13 254 15 60 - PORTS. OFFICES. Plymouth: 1820: Weighing porter to act as locker Jerquer - 6th clerk to collector - Four mariners of the " Busy" cutter - Fowey: Coastwaiter at Lostwithiel Truro: Tidewaiter and boatman * Penzance: Tidewaiter - St. Ives: Riding officer - - - - - Bideford: Tidewaiter and boatman - Tidewaiter ------ Bristol: Landing waiter - - Clerk to the coastwaiter - - - Lynn: Landing waiter and comptrolling searcher - Two boatmen -, - - - « Hull: Coastwaiter at Burton Stather - Stockton: Riding officer - - - - - Sunderland: Tidewaiter - - - - Berwick: Riding officer and coastwaiter at Spittle D° - - - at Craster D° - - - at Alemouth - D° - - - at Beadnell - Carlisle: Landing and coastwaiter, and riding officer - - - - - Lancaster: Landing waiter and searcher at Barrow Liverpool: Warehousekeeper for tobacco Chester: Searcher, landing and coastwaiter Tidewaiter - Boatman at Parkgate Amount of Salaries and Emoluments. 1821 : London: Warehousekeeper for tea, coffee, and cocoa nuts - - - - - Two watermen in landing surveyors' sufferance boat - Waterman in boat officers Woodfarm boat ------ Clerk to the assistant surveyor out- wards, Long Room - - - £. s. d. 59 15 6 150 - - 70 - - 207 8 4 60 - - 43 14 6 49 17 6 .25 - _ 47 16 6 17 - - 300 - - 78 - - 200 - - 101 5 - 60 - - 110 - - 53 18 - 30 - - 30 - - 30 - - 30 - w 60 - - 60 - - 150 - - 100 - - 4i 3 - 38 10 6 200 - - 109 10 - 70 3 - 100 - - ( continued.).
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