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The other officers of the court are appointed by his majesty by letters patent, or by the master of the rolls. The vice chancellor as to his personal officers; or by the heads of the several departments, as to officers and clerks acting in their several departments, and not by the lord chancellor. Certified by order of the Lord Chancellor, J. Pensam.

A Retuk.v of all Places and Offices, in the Gift or at the disposal of the Master of the Rolls; and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Offices are now filled.

Appointments for Life.'
Places or offices. Bv "hom ailed.

{Thomas Hall Plumer, and
John Nursey Dancer, esq.
'William Luther Sewell,

Two examiners .

Six clerks

John Kipling,

Walden Henry Hanmer,

Frances Vesey,

Edward Vernon Utterson, and

William Turton, esqrs.

Places or offices. By whom lied.

(a) Keeper of the record* in the Tower Henry Petrie, esq.

Keeper of the records in the rolls chapel John Kipling, esq.

J John Bentall, „„„ .,.-.*.,... i„. ,.,-..... ..-.,, Thomas Hall Planner, and

I I/ancelot Baugh Allen, esqrs. rjsher of the court Richard Critchett, esq.

(a) The appointment of tl .J officer is made with the approbation of his majesty under bis sign

manual.

Appointments during pleasure.
Places or offices. By whom filled.

Preacher at the rolls chapel • •■ -The Rev. John Sandford.

Reader at ditto .....The Rev. Edward Smedley.

Chief secretary James Hine.

Undersecretary 1

Secretary of causes r James Archibald Murray.

Secretary of decrees and injunctions'

{Richard Grant,
(One vacant.)

Usher of the hall

Porter at the rolls Robert Corlatt.

None of the foregoing offices are saleable. June 3, 1825.

Two gentlemen of the chamber

Gifford.

A Return of all Places and Offices in the Gift
or at the Disposal of the Vice Chancellor; and
the Names of the Persons by whom these
Places and Offices are now filled.
Secretary to the vice chancellor:

Richard Pollen, esq., at a fixed salary of
£500 a year, and no fees whatsoever.

Usher to the vice chancellor's court:

Mr. Charles Whitaker, at a fixed salary of £200 a year, and no fees whatsoever.

Trainbearer to the vice chancellor:

Mr. John Spencer, at a fixed salary af £19)

a year, and no fees whatsoever.

28th May, 1825. John Leach, V. C.

A Return of all Places and Offices in the Gift or at the Disposal of the Lord Chief Justice « the Court of King's Bench, and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Offices are now filled.

Thechief clerk f Lord Ellenborough and

t Osborn Markham, esq.

Clerk of the treasury and custos brevium Lord Kenyon and lord Ellenborough.

Filazar, exigenter, and clerk of the outlaw- \

ries for all the cities and counties of England, j- Lord Kenyon and lord Ellenborough.

except Essex and Monmouth J

Filazer, exigenter, and clerk of the outlaw.\

ries, for the counties of Essex and Mon_> Andrew Edge, esq.

mouth'

Clerk ofnisipriusin Middlesex. Mr. John Abbott.

Clerk of the errors Mr. Richard Smith.

Associate and marshal at the sittings of nisi ~l

prius in London and Middlesex J John HemT Abbott, esq.

Clerk at the sittings of nisi prius in London »

and Middlesex | Mr. Thomas Abbott.

Clerk to the lord chief justice Mr. John Waters.

Crier at the sittings of nisi prius in London) „

and Middlesex } Mr. W.Uiam Water,.

Trainbearer to the lord chief justice Mr. James Kievan.

Housekeeper at the treasury chamber Marv Coombs.

C. Amott.

A Return of all Offices and Places in the Gift or at the Disposal of the Lord Chief Justice « the Court of Common Pleas; and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Oak* are now held.

First prothonotary Thomas Hudson, esq.

Third prothonotary Henry Belward Ray, esq.

Cleric of the essoigns N. Smith, esq.

Clerk of the warrants, enrolments, and estreats ... Keane Fitzgerald, esq.

Clerk of the supersedeas Mr. R. Rose.

Exigenter Mr. R. Rose.

Clerk of errors in the Exchequer chamber Harry Edgell, esq.

Clerk of the king's silver The Reverend William Mansfield.

Filacer for London, Middlesex, Bedford, Berks,"}

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Filacer for Essex and Herts John Massey, esq

Filacer for Cambridge, Huntingdon, Lincoln and ) ,. _, „
Suffolk ] Harry LdgeU,

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illiam Samuel Best, esq.

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Filacer for Cumberland, Northumberland, Westmorland, Newcastle, Devon, Exeter, Kingston. upon-Hull, York, and Yorkshire

Clerk of the jurata W. V. Surtees, esq.

The associate Thomas George Knapp, esq.

The marshal Samuel Best, esq.

Crier Mr. Harden.

Clerks to the chief justice Mr. Piatt and Mr. Harden.

Treasury keeper Watson.

Clerk of the treasury Mr. T. Jefferys.

Clerk of the errors in Common Pleas Stephen Hough, esq.

A Return of all Places or Offices in the Gift
of the Lord Chief Baron of his Majesty's
Court of Exchequer, with the Names of the
Persons holding or filling the said Places or
Offices.
Master and accountant-general:

Richard Richards, esq.
Master: Jeffery Spranger, esq.
Clerk to the masters:

James Elderton; in case the masters shall not agree in the appointment of such clerk. Clerk of reports:

George Fenner. Marshal and associate:

William Dealtry, esq. Clerks to the lord chief baron:

John Morris, James Morris. Examiner: Robert Gatty.

The Puisni Judges of the Court 0/King's Bench.

Return of Places and Offices in the Appointment of the Three Puisne Judges of the Court of King's Bench; with the Name of the Person filling it.

Signer of the bills of Middlesex, Charles Broad.

Return of Places and Offices in my Appointment, as one of the Judges of the

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same Court, with the Names of the Persons filling them. Clerks for attending upon me, and upon the business transacted at my chambers: Charles Broad, John Brook Grant, John Bayley, Augustus Masket.

6th June, 1825. J. Bayley.

II. Return of all Places and Offices in the Gift or at the Disposal of Sir George Sowley Holroyd, as one of the Puisne Judges of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench at Westminster, and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Offices are now filled. Charles Broad, signer of the bills of Middlesex. [ This place is in the gift of the three puisne

judges of the above court jointly.] I have also two clerks, who have been appointed by me as such puisne judge as aforesaid. Their names are, Foster John Chell and George Rhodes. ,

G. S. Holroyd.
Russell Square, 6th June, 1825.
The Right Hon. Robert Peel,
Secretary of State, &c. &c.

The Puisne Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas.
I.
Court of Common Picas, June 5, 1825.
Sir—Understanding there is some doubt
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amongst my brethren, the learned judges, whether the spirit of the order of the house of commons, referred to in a former letter of mine, did not require me to specify the names of my clerks employed in the business of my chambers, and as my criers on the circuit, I beg leave, in addition to my former return, to state Mr. John Reynolds and Mr. Nathaniel Joseph Wells. I have the honour to be, sir, Your most obedient servant, The Right Hon. R. Peel. J. A. Park.

II. 16, Bedford Square, 3} May. Sir—In compliance with your desire, expressed in your letter of the 27th instant, that I would prepare and transmit to you a return of all places and offices in the gift or at the disposal of me as one of the puisne judges of one of the superior courts at Westminster, I return to you, that I have no place or office in my gift or at my disposal, as one of such puisne judges of the court of Common Pleas.

I am, sir, your obedient servant.
James Burrough.

P.S I presume, that the situations of my

clerks who attend at my chambers and in court, and at sittings, is not meant to be included in the resolution of the house of commons. The Right Hon. R. Peel.

III.

Montague Place, 30th May, 1825.

Sir—In answer to your letter of the 27th instant, desiring me to cause to be prepared and transmit to you " A return of all places and "offices in the gift or at the disposal of the "puisne' judges of the superior courts at AVest"minster, and of each of them respectively, "and the names of the persons by whom these "places and offices are now filled, so far as I "am concerned, in order that it may be laid "before the house of commons;"

I beg leave to acquaint you, that as a puisne judge of the court of Common Pleas, I have no place or office in my gift or at my disposal, unless the situations of my two clerks, who attend in court and at chambers, are considered as coming within that description.

I have the honour to be, sir.

Your most obedient and very humble servant, Right Hon. Robert Peel. S. Oaselee.

The Puuni Barons of the Court of Exchequer.
I.
Bedford Square, June 4th, 1825.
Sir,—In answer to the honour of your letter
of the 27th May last, requiring a return of all

places or offices in my gift or at my disposal, as a puisne baron of the exchequer, I beg leave to state to you, that the only places or offices in my gift or at my disposal are those of clerk and examiner; and that both those offices are now filled by Mr. William Broadhurst, whom I verbally appointed to them, and who holds them at my pleasure.

I have the honour to be, sir,

Your most obedient humble servant,
Robert Oiahax.

II.

Cth June, 1825.

My dear sir,—In the return which I transmitted to Mr. Peel, in answer to the requisition of the house of commons as to places and offices in my gift, I stated, according to the impression on my mind, " None."

Upon conversation since with some of my brother judges, I believe I ought to have returned,—I have power to appoint an examiner, which I have not exercised. I have appointed two clerks, who attend at my chambers; namely, Henry Richards and Samuel Wiggins. I am, my dear sir,

Your obliged obedient servant,

Henry Hobhouse, esq. W. G Arrow.

III. Bedford Place, 30th May, 1825. Sir,—In reply to the letter which I had the honour of receiving from you on Friday last. I beg leave to state, that, as one of the barons of his majesty's court of exchequer, I have the power of appointing to the office of an examiner of that court, each baron possessing the right of appointing one officer of that description. There is no salary annexed to the office.

James Elderton, who exercised the office under the late Mr. Baron Wood, now fills this office, by virtue of my nomination.

I have the honour to l>e, sir,

Your obedient humble servant,

Jonx Hcllocs.

Bedford Place, 6th June, 1825.

Mr. Baron Hullock presents his compliments to Mr. Peel, and begs leave, in addition to his former return, to state, that, besides the offkv of examiner, he has in his gift the office or place of clerk, which is now filled by William Calvert.

Mr. Baron II., at the time of making out h» first return, was not aware that the o&ce ot clerk was comprehended within the resolution of the house of commons.

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