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£ Fetherstonbaugh, C. S. private trade warehouse-keeper.... 200 0 Griffiths, John, senior merchant, Bencoolen establishment.. 260 0 0 Gwillim, Sir Henry, judge at Madras

10000 Gerrard, John, commander,

200 0 0 Harris, Stephen, Madras, civil establishment

200 0 0 Homer, Richard, clerk, accountant's office

200 0 0 Hay, Robert, commander

400 0 0 Holland, John, freight accountant

600 0 0 Hudson, Henry, clerk, examiner's office.

200 0 0 Hamilton, A. professor at the East India College

200 0 0 Hardyman, William Henry, commander

200 0 0 Jones, Edward, accountant in the military auditor-general's department, Madras

200 0 0 Jackson, William, senior merchant, Madras establishment.. 200

0 Jenkins, Thomas, commander

200 0 Kennaway, Sir John, captain in the Bengal establishment 500 0 0 Kinman, Francis, brass gun-founder to the Company

200 00 Laland, Abraham, clerk, transfer office..

200 0 0 Melville, Lord, Viscount, granted for ten years, from the

230 June, 1814, on account of the eminent services of
his father

2,000 00 Mackintosh, Sir James, recorder of Bombay, granted in 1812, for five years' service...

1,200 0 0 Marter, William, baggage warehouse-keeper

300 0 0 Mackeson, Thomas, commander

200 0 Mordaunt, George, jun. second clerk, coast warehouse.... .500 0 0 Newbolt, Sir John, chief justice at Madras

1,600 0 0 Ochterlony, Sir David, Bart. K. C. B. major-general ;granted in consideration of his services in the Nepaul

1,000 0 Peart, Robert Henry, clerk, secretary's office..

300 0 0 Rennel, Major J. services in India

600 0 0 Robbins, John, formerly of the Mahratta service

200 Richardson, Capt. George, commander :

200 Raitt, Capt. Charles, ditto ;-age and distress

200 0 0 Riches, Capt. Matthew, ditto ;--long service and distress .. 200 0 Simpson, Capt. George, commander; long service and distress

200

0 0 Smith, John, clerk, shipping office

200 0 0 Strange, Sir Thomas, chief justice at Madras.

1,600 0 Tomkyns, William, deputy master-attendant, Bengal

450 0 0 Vaughan, Benjamin, elder..

200 Wellesley, Marquis, governor-general of India

5,000 0 Webber, William, senior merchant, Bengal establishment..

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Total, including Pensions less than £200......£39,215 14 6

Thos. G. Lloyd,
East India House,

Dep. Acct. General.
Accountant-General's Office,

20th March, 1822.

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No. 2.-A Return of all Pensions, Allowances, Compensations,

Remunerations, and Superannuations, now payable by the East India Company in Europe, under the Provisions of the 53 Geo. IIT.

£ 8. da 0 | Brown, Bartholomew, assistant clerk to the committee of 0 1 buying

800 0 0 0 Shakespeare, Francis, elder at the East India wharf,

150 0 0 0 Read, William Sayer, clerk at the tea-warehouse

150 Clark, Richard, clerk at the coast-warehouse

370 0 0 i Barnes, George, door-keeper

225 0 Collingwood, Carlton, clerk, freight office

425 0 0 o Green, Edward, ditto.

130 0 0 Cawood, Joseph, clerk, secretary's office.

130 00 o Scarlett, James, extra clerk

150 ỹ Chappell, Roger, clerk, private trade warehouse

65 0 0 Hardie, David, elder, Bengal warehouse

200 0 0 Atkinson, John, clerk, treasury office

500 0 0 Jones, John, assistant Bengal warehouse-keeper

630 0 Williamson, Alexander, door-keeper...

200 0 Jackson, William, chief of the register office

333 0 0 Lloyd, John, clerk, secretary's office...

600 0 0 . Aldridge, Thomas, clerk, accountant's office

600 0 0 Dalmeida, William, clerk, secretary's office

600 0 0 Bruce, John, historiographer

266 13 4 1 Cunningham, Sir James, inspector, military stores

750 00 Ramsay, William Brown, clerk, secretary's office

300 0 Guy, Sobn, head door-keeper...

225 0 0 Woodcock, John, assistant clerk to the committee of buying and warehouses.

700 0 0 Hedges, Henry, clerk, accountant's office

740 0 Pond, John, clerk, buying office

280 0 0 Nuthall, Robert, transfer accountant.

775 0 0 Stockdale, F. W. L. first clerk, military secretary's office.. 250 0 Turney, Joseph, elder, cloth warehouse.

175

0 Woolley, John, head door-keeper

266 13 4 Bennett, Henry, extra clerk

138 13 4 Thompson, William, ditto ..

90 0 0 Druce, Robert Alexander, clerk, freight office.

600 0 0 Kirkman, William, elder, East India wharf

175 White, Richard, elder, coast warehouse..

175

0 Cobb, J. B. B. chief of the bullion office.

560 00 Forssteen, William, paymaster, military fund pensions

576 13 4 Warren, Agustus, clerk for passengers, baggage, and private trade, outwards........

800 0 Rundall, Thoinas W. assistant-examiner of Indian correspondence

800 0 Halhed, Nathaniel B. assistant-secretary under the examiner 500 0 Harrop, James, extra clerk.

192 Sharp, John, porter, shipping office

100 0 Busby, Henry, extra clerk.

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£ Vernezobre, D.J. extra clerk.....

78

0 0 Durand, Charles, clerk, coast warehouse

393 6 8 Huish, Thomas, extra clerk

80 0 0 Bye, Thomas, clerk, accountant's office

300 0 0 Gear, Robert, Company's husband

800 0 0 Gillespie, lieut.-col. commandant, depôt, at Chatham

440 0 0 Mordaunt, George, coast warehouse-keeper.,

1,000 0

0 Nind, Benjamin, first clerk, coast warehouse

540 0 0 Le Gros, Richard, assistant clerk, committee of shipping..

600 0 0 Hamilton, William, sub-inspector, military stores

60 0 0 Rawling, Martin, assistant to military fund paymaster.

205 0 0 Paterson, George, deputy accountant-general

1,200 0 0 Thomas, William, elder, stationary warehouse

130 0 Mallory, Daniel, assistant elder

70 0 0 Oswald, Henry, sub-inspector, military stores

120 00 Shillito, Ephraim, elder

200 0 0 Stockwell, John, tea warehouse-keeper..

1,500 0

0 Total... .£23,550 00

Thos. G. Lloyd

Dep. Acct. General.

East India House,
Accountant-General's Office,

20th March, 1822.

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The following Pensions have been granted under the Act to Retired

Officers and Servants of the Board of Commissioners for the

Affuirs of India : viz. Meheux, John, assistant secretary to the India Board...... 9000 Gardener, Robert, one of the senior clerks, ditto...

533 6 8 Lane, Robert, clerk, ditto

250 Hardy, James, messenger, ditto.

103 Gibson, senior clerk, ditto

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Total....£2,466 13 4

Thos. G. Lloyd,

Dep. Acct. General.

East India House,
Accountant-General's Office,

20th March, 1822.

Total Pensions, Allowances, &c. payable by the East India
Company

....£65,2327 10

- Lay Pluralists, holding Two or more Pensions or Offices.

LAY PLURALISTS.

[Having given an account of all the spiritual pluralists, it seems necessary to render

the exposition of CHURCH and state complete, to give an account of the lay pluralists. The latter are nearly as numerous as the former; but our limits only allow our giving a statement of ho hold the chief offices in the principal establishments, and whose total income is not less than £500 per annum.

Tlie returns from which our abstract has been taken are very voluminous, although they do not yet include any return from the Ordnance department; nor of those who hold two or more offices or commissions in the courts of law. The last are a numerous and important class; and, till some honourable Member procures a return of their names, offices, and emoluments, we cannot exhibit a complete statement of all

the Lay Pluralists. Any remark's on the following exposition are clearly unnecessary, because the thing

speaks for itself. It must be clear to every one, where the same individual fills two, three, or more offices, and who is, probably, an absentee from all of them, thal the duties of these offices must be very small, or, indeed, none at all, and, consequently, that these offices might be abolished without any material detriment to the public service. It must, also, appear a great incongruity for an individual at the same time to receive a superannuation allowance from one department, iu hold an effective office in another, for wbich he receives a salary, and have two or three

pensions besides. Many other extraordinary things will be apparent on perusal. N.B. The suns state the amount actually received in the preceding year (1821), clear

of all deductions. Where the appointnient is recent, as in the case of Mr. Peel, the salary has not yet been received, and nil has been inserted.]

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RETURN OF Persons in the Civil, Military, Dock

Yard, and Naval Establishments in Great Britain and Ireland, who hold Two or more Commissions, Offices, Pensions, Half or Retired Pay or Allerances of any Kind from the Public ; stating the Name, Date of Appointment, or Grant, of such

Lay Pluralists, holding Two or more Pensions or Offices.

Office, Pension, or Allowance; and the Amount received last Year ; omitting those whose total Amount of Offices, Pensions, and Allowances is less than £500 per Annum. [Abstract from Parliamentary Papers, Nos. 328 and 512, Session 1822.]

THE TREASURY.

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The Earl of Liverpool, first lord commissioner of the trea £ sury, June, 1812...

5,000 0 0 lord-warden of the cinque-ports, Feb. 1806

3,231 0 Viscount Lowther, a commissioner of the treasury, Nov. 1813 1,220 0

lieuto-col. of the royal Westmoreland militia, Nov.
1817 ..

nil.
a director of Greenwich-hospital

nil. The Rt. Hon. J. M. Barry, a cominissioner of the treasury, Jan. 1817

1,220 00 colonel of the Cavan militia, May, 1797

nil. Robert Mitford, principal clerk-assistant to the secretaries, July, 1796

1,400 0 0 agent to the barons of the exchequer, &c. Feb. 1801 605 James Grange, a senior clerk in the treasury, July, 1798... 1,025 0 pension out of the 44 per cent. fund, June, 1814....

250 00 Edward Bates, a senior clerk in the treasury, Sept. 1800.... 1,000 0 husband of the 41 per cent. duties, Jan. 1821..

400 0 Adolph Van Spiegel, a senior clerk in the treasury, March, 1801

1,000 0 pension out of the civil-list-revenues, July, 1820

67 13 William Edward Fauquier, an assistant clerk in the treasury, Jan. 1802

750 0 0 superintendent of St. James's and Hyde Parks, Oct. 1817

200 0 Percivall Hare Earle, an assistant-clerk in the treasury, July, 1802

600 0 0 a commissioner of the lottery, March, 1807 ..

200 0 Thomas Crafer, an assistant-clerk in the treasury, Aug. 1794

700 0 paymaster of American pensions and allowances, and

examiner of claims of American loyalists, May, 1815. 300 0 John S. Reynolds, an assistant-clerk in the treasury, July, 1808

850 0 register of the securities given in the treasury, July,

100 0 Robert Willimott, private-secretary to the first lord of the treasury, June, 1812

300 0 o commissioner of hackney-coaches, hawkers and pedlars office, Oct. 1816 ....

300 0 0 receiver-general of the post-office, March, 1819 ...: 800 0 Bryan Broughton, superannuation allowance as late clerk in the treasury, Jan. 1806 ..

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