Receiver of Fees 1782—1835

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Institute of Historical Research

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Author

J.C. Sainty

Year published

1972

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Page

54

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'Receiver of Fees 1782—1835', Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 1: Treasury Officials 1660-1870 (1972), pp. 54. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=16754 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Receiver of Fees 1782-1835

This office was created in 1782. (fn. 1) It was abolished in 1835 when its duties were transferred to the bill department. (fn. 2) The salary attached to it in 1782 was £100. This was raised to £150 in 1794 and to £300 in 1805. (fn. 3) In 1808 a progressive scale was introduced, rising after fifteen years to £450. (fn. 4)

LIST OF APPOINTMENTS

178230 Nov.Dugdale, W.
178924 Dec.Kingsman, T.
17911 Feb.Macalpine, J.
179420 Aug.Vernon, J.

Footnotes

1 TM 30 Nov. 1782 (T 29/52 p. 521).
2 TM 10 Aug. 1821 (T 29/200 p. 242), 17 Oct. 1834 (T 29/358 pp. 322-3), 9 Dec. 1834 (T 29/360 p. 145).
3 TM 30 Nov. 1782 (T 29/52 p. 524), 20 Aug. 1794 (T 29/67 p. 183), 19 Aug. 1805 (T 29/85 pp. 350-1).
4 TM 21 July 1808 (T 29/95 pp. 487-8).