Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 1, Treasury Officials 1660-1870. Originally published by University of London, London, 1972.
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Assistant Clerks of the Revenue 1805-34
This grade was created in 1805 and linked in point of rank and salary to that of Assistant Clerk on the ordinary establishment. The number of Assistant Clerks of the Revenue was then fixed at four. It was increased to five in 1824, to six in 1825 and reduced again to five in 1831. (fn. 1) From 1828 it was the practice for one of the Junior Clerks on the ordinary establishment to serve as a supernumerary Assistant Clerk of the Revenue. (fn. 2) The grade was abolished in 1834. (fn. 3)