Private Secretary to Second Secretary 1812-70

Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 4, Admiralty Officials 1660-1870. Originally published by University of London, London, 1975.

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Private Secretary to Second Secretary 1812-70

Provision was made for an annual allowance of £50 to be paid to the Clerk acting as Private Clerk or Private Secretary to the Second Secretary in 1812. (fn. 1) The post was discontinued in 1821 but revived in 1845. (fn. 2)

LIST OF APPOINTMENTS
Barrow 1807-45 1812 5 Feb. Gibson, J.
Baillie Hamilton 1845-55 1845 29 Jan. Graves, F.
Phinn 1855-7 1855 18 June Graves, F.
1857 16 March Swainson, E. N.
Romaine 1857-69 1857 9 May Swainson, E. N.
1862 Miller, J. V.
1865 17 Aug. Awdry, R. D.
1866 15 Oct. Vansittart Neale, H. J.
Lushington 1869 1869 2 July Vansittart Neale, H. J.

Footnotes

  • 1. Adm. 12/154, 5 Feb. 1812.
  • 2. SPB, xiii ff. 019-20; Barrow, Autobiography, 273 n.; Adm. 12/442, 29 Jan. 1845.