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The former and present state of the principal public offices in this Kingdom ; including the offices of His Majesty's Treasury, Exchequer, Postmaster General, Secretaries of State, Admirality, army and navy pay-offices, and all the subordinate naval departments: with tables of the established fees received in most of the said offices and in sundry other departments : compiled from the reports of the Commissioners of account and enquiry, appointed in 1780 and 1785, from various statutes, orders in council, warrants and documents respecting the said offices
Bib ID 1673664
Format BookBook
Description London : Printed for F. and C. Rivington...and G. Kearsley...and J. Owen..., 1794 
vii, 143 p. ; 23 cm. 
Subjects Civil service - Great Britain.  |  Great Britain - Officials and employees - Salaries, etc.

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