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Irish Parliament Annuities.
The following is the list of the annuities voted by the parlia ment of Ireland, to the several persons under-named, for their respective lives, to the amount affixed to their respective names, net, without any deduction or abatement whatsoever, as a compensation for their respective losses by reason of the discontinuance of their emoluments or offices as officers or attendants of the two houses of parliament.
1. s. d. 3973 3 4
John, Earl of Clare, lord chancellor, speaker
379 10 2705 16 O
964 9 9
William Meek, Esq. clerk of the parliament
and S. King, Esqs. masters in chancery, each Joseph Gayer, Esq. deputy clerk of the parliament Thomas Bourchier, Esq. deputy clerk of the crown in chancery
Joseph Gregg, Esq. clerk of assizes
Joseph Griffith, Esq. reading clerk
Henry Minchin, Esq. serjeant at arms
T. R. O'Flaherty, clerk in the parliament office
Mrs. Albini Taylor, keeper of the parliament
Mary Foster, house-keeper
Mary Anne Foster, house maid
Sir Chichester Fortescue, Ulster king at arms
Richard Taylor, keeper of the speaker's chamber Henry Welbore, Viscount Clifden, clerk of the council
Henry Upton, Esq. deputy do.
Jos. Patrickson, Esq. deputy clerk, usher of the council-chamber, and solicitor for turnpike-bills
92 2 8
91 13 9
877 18 9
472 18 11
30 9 6
Mr. William M'Kay, assistant clerk of the council
John Dwyer, Esq. secretary to the lord chancellor
Right Honourable John Foster, speaker of the
Henry Alexander, Esq. chairman of the commit.
Sir G. Fitzgerald Hill, Bart, clerk of the house
Edward Tresham, clerk assistant
G. F. Winstanley, and Jonathan Rogers, committee clerks, each
D. Ellis, superin. engrossing clerk
C. H. Tandy, engrossing clerk
T. Richardson, assistant do.
William Ratferty, clerk in the chief clerks office,
John Smith, assistant do.
R. Connor, attending clerk
Mr. Hume, clerk of the brief
John Judd, assistant clerk in the chief clerk's office
G. Dunleavy, messenger
R. Burnside and R. Fleming, back-door keepers,
John Dogherty, and D. Smith, messengers, each
D. Brenan, H. Gahan, J. Brown, A. Carson,
J. Banen, do.
W. Brown, distributor of votes
Sarah Connor, house-keeper
John Kennedy and John Walker, front door
Mary Connor, house attendant
T. Seavers, fire-lighter
R. Watham, do.
Lord Viscount Glentworth, clerk of the crown and hanaper
T. Bouchier, deputy do.
John Beresford, Esq. purse bearer to the lord chancellor
Mrs. Albini Taylor, keeper of the parliament house
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