Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Master of the Staghounds 1738–82
This office was in the gift of the Crown. Appointments were made by warrant under sign manual. The salary was fixed at £1,600 in 1738 and at £800 in 1744. (fn. 1) The office was abolished in 1782. (fn. 2)
|1738||22 Mar.||Kingston, 2nd Duke of|
|1744||26 Apr.||Manners Sutton, Lord R.|
|1762||19 Nov.||Office vacant|
|1763||19 Dec.||Byron, 5th Lord|
|1765||2 Aug.||Galway, 2nd Viscount|
|1770||5 July||Essex, 4th Earl of|
Sergeant of the Harthounds 1661–?1685
|1661||3 May||Walden, I.|