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Places or offices.

By whom tled. (a) Keeper of the records in the Tower.......... Henry Petrie, esq. Keeper of the records in the rolls chapel ..........John Kipling, esq.

(John Bentall, Three clerks of the petty bag ..........

Thomas Hall Plumer, and

(Lancelot Baugh Allen, esqrs. Usher of the court ................

.. Richard Critchett, esq. (a) The appointment of tl.3 officer is made with the approbation of his majesty under his signo

manual.

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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. Under secretary ...................................) Secretary of causes ..........

......... 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.

GIFFORD. A RETURN of all Places and Offices in the Gift | Usher to the vice chancellor's court:

or at the Disposal of the Vice Chancellor ; and Mr. Charles Whitaker, at a fixed salary of the Names of the Persons by whom these £200 a year, and no fees whatsoever. Places and Offices are now filled.

Trainbearer to the vice chancellor : Secretary to the vice chancellor :

Mr. John Spencer, at a fixed salary of £100 Richard Pollen, esq., at a fixed salary of a year, and no fees whatsoever.

£500 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 of

the Court of King's Bench, and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Offices are now filled.

Lord Ellenborough and The chief clerk ..........

***** 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, Lord Kenyon and lord Ellenborough.

except Essex and Monmouth. ........... Filazer, exigenter, and clerk of the outlaw.)

ries, for the counties of Essex and Mon. Andrew Edge, esq. mouth ............ Clerk of nisi prius in Middlesex......................Mr. John Abbott. Clerk of the errors ............ .............. Mr. Richard Smith. Associate and marshal at the sittings of nisi prius in London and Middlesex .... .......... Jonn Henry Abbott, e

John Henry 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 H London (Mr. William Waters.

n London ) and Middlesex Trainbearer to the lord chief justice ...............Mr. James Kievan. Housekeeper at the treasury chamber ............Mary Coombs.

C. ABBOTT. A RETURN of all Offices and Places in the Gift or at the Disposal of the Lord Chief Justice of

the Court of Common Pieas ; and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Offices are now held. First prothonotary ... ... ... ... ........................... Thomas Hudson, esq. Third prothonotary ... .........

........ Henry Belward Ray, esq.

........

Clerk 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, )

Bucks, Oxford, Cornwall, Gloucester, Hereford, John Mansfield, esq.

and Worcester .............
Filacer for Hants, Wilts, Sussex, Surrey, and 7 John

Wilts, Sussex, Surrey, and John Cox, sen., esq.
Kent .....................................................
Filacer for Norfolk, Stafford, Northampton, Salop,

Rutland, Monmouth, Bristol, Dorset, Poole, John Cox, jun., esq.

Somerset, Lancaster, Chester, and Durham...... Fila

or Derby. Leicester, Nottingham, and w. V. Surtes, esq. Warwick .......... .............

........ Filacer for Essex and Herts ..........

John Massey, esq.
Filacer for Cambridge, Huntingdon, Lincoln and 7
City, and Suffolk .........

.............

Harry Edgell, esq. Filacer for Cumberland, Northumberland, Westmorland, Newcastle, Devon, Exeter, Kingston. William Samuel Best, esq.

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. Platt and Mr. Harden.
Treasury keeper .................................

- Watson. Clerk of the treasury .................

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

W. D. Best.

............

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A RETURN of all Places or Offices in the Gift same Court, with the Names of the Persons

of the Lord Chief Baron of his Majesty's filling them.
Court of Exchequer, with the Names of the Clerks for attending upon me, and upon the
Persons holding or filling the said Places or business transacted at my chambers :
Offices.

Charles Broad, John Brook Grant, Master and accountant-general :

John Bayley, Augustus Masket. Richard Richards, esq.

6th June, 1825.

J. BAYLEY. Master: Jeffery Spranger, esq.

II. Clerk to the masters :

RETURN of all Places and Offices in the Gift or James Elderton; in case the mas.

1 at the Disposal of Sir George Sowley Holroyd, ters shall not agree in the ap

as one of the Puisné Judges of his Majesty's pointment of such clerk.

Court of King's Bench at Westminster, and Clerk of reports :

the Names of the Persons by whom those enner.

Places and Offices are now filled. Marshal and associate :

Charles Broad, signer of the bills of Middlesex. | William Dealtry, esq.

[This place is in the gift of the three puisné Clerks to the lord chief baron:

judges of the above court jointly.) John Morris, James Morris.

I have also two clerks, who have been apExaminer: Robert Gatty.

pointed by me as such puisné judge as aforesaid.

Their names are, Foster John Chell and George The Puisné Judges of the Court of King's Bench.

" Rhodes.

ROYD. 1.

Russell Square, 6th June, 1825. RETURN of Places and Offices in the Appoint- The Right Hon. Robert Peel, ment of the Three Puisné Judges of the Secretary of State, &c. &c. Court of King's Bench ; with the Name of the Person filling it.

The Puisné Judges of the Court of Common Signer of the bills of Middlesex, Charles Broad.

Pleas.

RETURN of Places and Offices in my Ap

pointment, as one of the Judges of the

Court of Common Pleas, June 5, 1825. Sir - Understanding there is some doubt

amongst my brethren, the learned judges, whe- | places or offices in my gift or at my disposal, as
ther the spirit of the order of the house of com-a puisné baron of the exchequer, I beg leave to
mons, referred to in a former letter of mine, did state to you, that the only places or offices in my
not require me to specify the names of my clerks gift or at my disposal are those of clerk and
employed in the business of my chambers, and examiner ; and that both those offices are now
as my criers on the circuit, I beg leave, in ad-filled by Mr. William Broadhurst, whom I
dition to my former return, to state Mr. John verbally appointed to them, and who holds
Reynolds and Mr. Nathaniel Joseph Wells. them at my pleasure.
I have the honour to be, sir,

I have the honour to be, sir,
Your most obedient servant,

Your most obedient humble servant, The Right Hon. R. Peel. J. A. PARK.

. .

ROBERT GRAHAM.

II.

sir

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II.
16, Bedford Square, 31 May.

6th June, 1825. Sir - In compliance with your desire, ex. My dear sir,-In the return which I transpressed in your letter of the 27th instant, that mitted to Mr. Peel, in answer to the requisition I would prepare and transmit to you a return of the house of commons as to places and offices of all places and offices in the gift or at the dis- in my gift, I stated, according to the impression posal of me as one of the puisné judges of one on my mind, “ None." of the superior courts at Westminster, I return Upon conversation since with some of my to you, that I have no place or office in my gift brother judges, I believe I ought to have reor at my disposal, as one of such puisné judges turned, I have power to appoint an examiner, of the court of Common Pleas.

which I have not exercised. I have appointed I am, sir, your obedient servant. two clerks, who attend at my chambers; namely,

James Burrough. Henry Richards and Samuel Wiggins. P.S. I presume, that the situations of my

I am, my dear sir, clerks who attend at my chambers and in court,

Your obliged obedient servant, and at sittings, is not meant to be included in Henry Hobhouse, esq. W. GARROW. the resolution of the house of commons. The Right Hon. R. Peel.

III.

Bedford Place, 30th May, 1825. Montague Place, 30th May, 1825. Sir, In reply to the letter which I had the Sir_In answer to your letter of the 27th honour of receiving from you on Friday last, instant, desiring me to cause to be prepared and I beg leave to state, that, as one of the barons of transmit to you " A return of all places and his majesty's court of exchequer, I have the " offices in the gift or at the disposal of the power of appointing to the office of an examiner “ puisné judges of the superior courts at West of that court, each baron possessing the right of “ minister, and of each of them respectively, appointing one officer of that description. There “ and the names of the persons by whom these is no salary annexed to the office. “ places and offices are now filled, so far as I James Elderton, who exercised the office under “ am concerned, in order that it may be laid the late Mr. Baron Wood, now fills this office, “ before the house of commons ;”

by virtue of my nomination. I beg leave to acquaint you, that as a puisné I have the honour to be, sir, judge of the court of Common Pleas, I have no

Your obedient humble servant, place or office in my gift or at my disposal, unless

Jonx HULLOCK. the situations of my two clerks, who attend in court and at chambers, are considered as coming

Bedford Place, 6th June, 1825. within that description.

Mr. Baron Hullock presents his compliments I have the honour to be, sir, Your most obedient and very humble servant, former return, to state, that, besides the office

to Mr. Peel, and begs leave, in addition to his Right Hon. Robert Peel. S. GASELEE.

of examiner, he has in his gift the office or place The Puisné Barons of the Court of Exchequer.

of clerk, which is now filled by William Calvert.

Mr. Baron H., at the time of making out his - I.

| first return, was not aware that the office of Bedford Square, June 4th, 1825. clerk was comprehended within the resolution of Sir,--In answer to the honour of your letter the house of commons. of the 27th May last, requiring a return of all

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amongst my brethren, the learned judges, when places or offices in my gift or at my disposal, as
ther the spirit of the order of the house of com.a puisné baron of the exchequer, I beg leave to
mons, referred to in a former letter of mine, did state to you, that the only places or offices in my
not require me to specify the names of my clerks gift or at my disposal are those of clerk and
employed in the business of my chambers, and examiner ; and that both those offices are now
as my criers on the circuit, I beg leave, in ad-filled by Mr. William Broadhurst, whom I
dition to my former return, to state Mr. John verbally appointed to them, and who holds
Reynolds and Mr. Nathaniel Joseph Wells. them at my pleasure.
I have the honour to be, sir,

I have the honour to be, sir,
Your most obedient servant,

Your most obedient humble servant, The Right Hon. R. Peel. J. A. PARK.

ROBERT GRAHAX.

II.

II. 16, Bedford Square, 31 May.

Oth June, 1825. Sir_ In compliance with your desire, ex. My dear sir,-In the return which I transpressed in your letter of the 27th instant, that mitted to Mr. Peel, in answer to the requisition I would prepare and transmit to you a return of the house of commons as to places and offices of all places and offices in the gift or at the dis- in my gift, I stated, according to the impression posal of me as one of the puisné judges of one on my mind, “ None." of the superior courts at Westminster, I return Upon conversation since with some of my to you, that I have no place or office in my gift brother judges, I believe I ought to have reor at my disposal, as one of such puisné judges turned,- I have power to appoint an examiner, of the court of Common Pleas.

which I have not exercised. I have appointed I am, sir, your obedient servant. two clerks, who attend at my chambers; namely,

JAMES BURROUGH. Henry Richards and Samuel Wiggins, P.S.--I presume, that the situations of my

I am, my dear sir, clerks who attend at my chambers and in court,

Your obliged obedient servant, and at sittings, is not meant to be included in Henry Hobhouse, esq. W. GARROW. the resolution of the house of commons. The Right Hon. R. Peel.

III.
III.

Bedford Place, 30th May, 1825. Montague Place, 30th May, 1825. I Sir,-In reply to the letter which I had the Sir-In answer to your letter of the 27th honour of receiving from you on Friday last, instant, desiring me to cause to be prepared and I beg leave to state, that, as one of the barons of transmit to you “ A return of all places and his majesty's court of exchequer, I have the " offices in the gift or at the disposal of the power of appointing to the office of an examiner “ puisné judges of the superior courts at West of that court, each baron possessing the right of “ minister, and of each of them respectively, appointing one officer of that description, There “ and the names of the persons by whom these is no salary annexed to the office. “ places and offices are now filled, so far as I James Elderton, who exercised the office under “ am concerned, in order that it may be laid the late Mr. Baron Wood, now fills this office, “ before the bouse of commons;"

| by virtue of my nomination. I beg leave to acquaint you, that as a puisné

I have the honour to be, sir, judge of the court of Common Pleas, I have no

Your obedient humble servant, place or office in my gift or at my disposal, unless

Johx HULLOCK. the situations of my two clerks, who attend in court and at chambers, are considered as coming

Bedford Place, 6th June, 1825. within that description.

Mr. Baron Hullock presents his compliments I have the honour to be, sir,

to Mr. Peel, and begs leave, in addition to his Your most obedient and very humble servant, former retur

former return, to state, that, besides the office Right Hon. Robert Peel. S. GASELEE.

of examiner, he has in his gift the office or place The Puisné Barons of the Court of E.rchequer.

of clerk, which is now filled by William Calvert.

Mr. Baron H., at the time of making out his - I.

first return, was not aware that the office of Bedford Square, June 4th, 1825. clerk was comprehended within the resolution of Sir,--In answer to the honour of your letter the house of commons. of the 27th May last, requiring a return of all

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