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EAST INDIA COMPANY.

RESOLUTIONS of the Court of DIRECTORs of the East India Company, being the

Warrants or Instruments granting any Pension, Salary, or GRATUITY, presented in pursuance of the Act 53 Geo. III. c. 155, s. 88.

PENSION S.

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PENSION CHARG E. RESOLUTION.

COURT'S RESOLUTION.

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£. 18. 5. 2 May 1832 Resolved, That Edward Hickson, having held the per annum.

rank of Serjeant since the year 1813, he be granted (1 s.) one shilling a day from the Company's cash,

in addition to his Pension from the Military Fund. £. 60. 16 May 1832 -- Resolved, That it appearing that the Marine per annum.

regulations do not provide for an Officer compelled to

quit the Service previously to the completion of Ten Years' residence in India, and that the length of Service of Lieutenant Stephen Newnham falls short of the prescribed period, he be granted, under a compassionate view of the circumstances of his case, and especially of the fact, that he has been deprived of his hearing by Service in India, an Allowance of (£.60.) sixty pounds

per annum, to commence from the time when his Pay on Furlough ceased. £. 13. 13. 9. 6 June 1832

Resolved, That John M‘Laren, a Soldier, disper annum.

charged from the Bengal Establishment, in consequence of Insanity, be granted a Pension of (9d.) ninepence a day from the Company's cash, com

mencing from Christmas last. 6 June 1832 . . Resolved, That it being attested by medical per annum.

certificate, that Mr. Joseph Mollison, the Senior

Elder at the Tea Warebouses, is incapacitated, from age and infirmity, for the further discharge of bis duty, he be permitted to retire from the Service at Midsummer next, and granted under the provisions of the 53d Geo. Jii. C. 155, s.93, a Pension of (£. 250.) two hundred and fifty pounds per annum from the Company's cash.

6 June 1832 -- Resolved, That having reconsidered the peculiar per annum.

and afflicting circumstances of the case of Captain Robert Waite, of the Bombay Retired List, he be granted an allowance of (£. 40.) forty pounds per annum, in addition to his Half Pay, to commence

from the period when that Half Pay commenced. 20 June 1832 -- Resolved, That Mr. Samuel Wolfe, the Chief per annum.

Clerk in the Accountant General's Office, who is in

the sixty-fifth year of his age, and who has served the Company for a period of nearly forty-nine years, be permitted to retire from the Ser. vice, and granted under the provisions of the Act of the 53d Geo. III. a Pension of (£ 700.) seven hundred pounds per annum, to commence from Midsummer 1832.

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£. 700.

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SALARIES, OR GRATUITIES.

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AMOUNT DATE
of additional

of
CHARGE. RESOLUTION.

COURT'S RESOLUTION.

HAWKINS

£. 400.

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13 June 1832 -- Resolved, That for the purpose of enabling Commander Hawkins,

of the Indian Navy, to meet the expense of his return to Bombay,

he be granted the sum of (£. 400.) four hundred pounds. 20 June 1832 -- Resolved, That it appearing that Mr. John Thomson, late a Mid

shipman in the Company's own Service, who was conspelled to quit

the Service in consequence of mental derangement, is not entitled to relief from the Poplar Fund, his father, Mr. James Thomson, be granted, under the particular circumstances of the case, the sum of (£.30.) thirty pounds towards his son's present relief. £. 200. 20th June 1832 -- Resolved, That the Rev. Frederick Smith be continued in the station per annum.

of Lecturer to the two Junior Terms at the College in Mathematics for one year, upon his present Salary and Allowances, viz. £. 200. per annum, and his Commons and Apartments at the College.

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EAST INDIA COMPANY.

RESOLUTIONS of the Court of Directors of the East INDJA

COMPANY, being the WARRANTS or INSTRUMENTS granting any Pension,

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- No. 1.

RESOLUTIONS of the Court of Directors of the East India COMPANY,

being the WARRANTS or INSTRUMENTS granting any Pension. Submitted to the Honourable the House of Commons in pursuance of the Act of the 53d Geo. 3, c. 155, s. 88.

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AMOUNT

of Additional Charge.

DATE

of RESOLUTION.

COURT'S RESOLUTION.

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Dowley

11 April 1832

60 l.
60l. per ann.
g March 1832 Resolved, That the Court

being satisfied that Joseph Davis, a messenger in the Master Attendant's office, is inca. pacitated by infirmity for the further discharge of his duty, he be permitted to retire from the service, and granted, under the provisions of the Act of the 53 Gen. 3, c. 155, s. 93, a pension of (60 l.) sixty pounds per annum, to commence from the 25th

March instant. 451. per ann. - 451. per ann. : 4 April 1832 - 1 Resolved, That Mrs. Ann

Ross, assistant to the house. keeper, who has been employed in that department 27 years, and is now 65 years of age, be permitted to retire, and granted a pension of (45 l.) forty-five pounds per

annum. 1,500 l. p' ann. 1,500 l. p'ann. 11 April 1832 Resolved, That Mr. Thomas

Gore Lloyd, accountant gene. ral, be permitted to retire from the Company's service from Midsummer next, and that, entertaining a high opinion of the zeal, ability and integrity which he has ever manifested in the discharge of his important and responsible duties, he be granted, in testimony of the Court's approbation of his long and faithful services, and under the provisions of the Act of the 53 Geo. 3, c. 155, s. 93, a pension of (1,500 l.) fifteen

hundred pounds per annum. 500 l. per ann. 500 l. per ann.

Resolved, That, adverting to

the medical certificate produced by Mr. Thomas Dowley, a clerk in the Accountant's-office, he be permitted to retire from the service, and granted, under the provisions of the Act of the 53 Geo. 3, c. 155, s. 93, a pension of (500 l.) five hundred pounds per annum, commencing from

Lady-day last. 430l. per ann. 430 l. per ann. 11 April 1832 Resolved, That having con

sidered the medical certificate produced by Mr. F. D. Whalley, a clerk in the Accountant's-office, he be permitted to retire from the service, and granted, under the provisions of the Act of the 53 Geo. 3, c. 155, s. 9.3, a pension of (4301) four hun. dred and thirty pounds per annum, com

mencing from Lady-day last. 30 l. per ann. 301. per ann. 18 April 1832 Resolved, That in considera

tion of the peculiarly afflicting circumstances of the case of Captain N. M. Burt, of the Madras establishment, he be granted an addition of (30 l.) thirty pounds per annum to his half-pay, to commence from the 1st October 1830, when his pay on

furlough ceased. 200l. per ann. | 18 l. per ann. 18 April 1832

Resolved, That under all the

circumstances of the case of Mrs. Staunton, widow of the late Lieutenant-colonel Staunton, of the Bombay establishment, the special allowance granted to Mrs. Stauntun in November 1825, be increased from (182 l.) one hundred and eighty-two pounds, to (200 l.) two hundred pounds per annum, from the date of the last payment.

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RESOLUTIONS of the Court OF DIRECTORS of the East India COMPANY,

being the WARRANTS or INSTRUMENTS granting any SALARY or GratuiTY. .
Submitted to the Honourable the House of Commons in pursuance of the Act
of the 53d Geo. 3, c. 155, s. 88.

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Fund for Relief of 200 l.

6 March 1832 Resolved, That this Court subscribe the Distress in the

sum of (200l.) two hundred pounds, in aid of Metropolis.

the fund which has been raised for the supply of the

distressed poor of this metropolis with warm clothing. Seamen's Hospital 1051.

6 March 1832 Resolved, That this Court subscribe the Society.

sum of (105l.) one hundred guineas, in aid of

the funds of the Seamen's Hospital Society.
Mason
100 1.

Resolved, That Mr. John Charles Mason,

a clerk in the Secretary's-office, be presented
with a gratuity of (100l.) one hundred pounds, as a
reward for his extra services in preparing and copying
various extensive and important papers connected with

the Company's affairs and the duties of the office.
Crawley
80l. per annum 14 March 1832 Resolved, That having had under consi-

deration a representation from Lieut.-Colonel
Salmond, the military secretary, of the services and
situation of Mr. Crawley, the senior clerk in his depart-

nt, and the Court entertaining a favourable opinion of those services, and considering his present salary of 470l. per annum to be inadequate, he be granted, in addition, a special allowance of (80 l.) eighty pounds

per annum, commencing from Christmas last.
Marine Society

1051. -
16 March 1832 Resolved, That this Court subscribe the

sum of (1051.) one hundred guineas in aid of

the funds of the Marine Society.
Mill

200 l,
22 March

Resolved, That Mr. John Mill, the fourth

assistant to the examiner of India correspondence, be presented with a gratuity of (200 l.) two hundred pounds, for his assiduous exertions during the

past year. Styán & Sons, and 1051.

28 March 1832 Resolved, That the sum of (105l.) one others, tea-brokers.

hundred guineas be presented to certain tea-
brokers for their services in examining, tasting and
valuing sundry samples of tea received from the Con-
tinent of Europe, and from the United States of
America, and that a warrant for that amount be passed
in favour of Mr. Richard Light, on behalf of the
brokers who are parties to the application to the Court
upon the subject, signed by Messrs. Styan & Sons,

and others.
Mason
201.

Resolved, That Mr. John Charles Mason,

of the Secretary’s-office, be presented with a
special gratuity of (201.) twenty pounds for transcrib-
ing papers under the directions of the Committee of

Secrecy during the past year.
Sabine

4 April 1832 Resolved, That Mr. James Sabine, one of

the clerks in personal attendance upon the Committee of Shipping, be presented with the sum of

(501.) fifty pounds for his services during the past year.
Lea

2001.
11 April 1832 Resolved, That Mr. William Lea, of the

Secretary's-office, be presented with the usual
gratuity of (2001.) two hundred pounds, for his services

in attending upon the chairman during the past year.
Thornton

100l.
11 April 1832 Resolved, That Mr. Edward Thornton, of

the Secretary's-office, be presented with the
usual gratuity of (100l.) one hundred pounds for his
services in.attending upon the deputy chairman during
the past year.

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Eas: Judia Higuses

P. duber, Sec.

(Examined, Charles Preston.)

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