Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.
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Porters at the Pavilion at Brighton 1812–1837
The two porters at the Pavilion at Brighton were appointed by the lord steward and made £38 per annum apiece. (fn. 1)
|1812||19 Feb.||Long, G.|
|1812||19 Feb.||Mort, A.|
|1813||10 Apr.||Weaver, J.|
|1830||15 Feb.||Mort, J.|
|1837||1 Jan.||Cocking, J.|
Underkeeper [Keeper of the Park Gate] of St. James's Park 1660–1685
The underkeeper of St. James's Park was appointed by the lord steward. He was paid £40 per annum. (fn. 2)
Porter's Man occ. 1702
This position paid board wages of £10 per annum. (fn. 3)