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First-class clerks, beginning at 3157. a year, and advancing by 157. per annum, up to. Second-class clerks, beginning at 1957. a year, and advancing by 157. per annum, up to Third-class clerks, beginning at 801. a year, and advancing by 107. per annum, up to . Messengers, inspectors, and leading men, from 851. to

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The head-quarters of the Admiralty are at Whitehall, where the hours of attendance for clerks are from

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eleven till five; and at Somerset House, where they are from ten to four. At the former place the sittings of the Board are held, and the Secretary's Office, and Surveyor's Office are there; while at the latter are the offices of the Accountant-General, of the Comptroller of Victualling and Transports, and of the StorekeeperGeneral. The Admiralty dockyards are at Chatham, Deptford, Devonport, Pembroke, Portsmouth, Sheerness, and Woolwich; and the naval victualling establishments at Haulbowline, Plymouth, and Weovil.

The employés in the Whitehall branch of the Admiralty are allowed an annual vacation of fifty-six days, and those at Somerset House thirty days, besides Christmas Day, Good Friday, and the Queen's birthday.

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The Court of Admiralty holds its sittings at the Registrar's Office, which is situated in Godliman Street, City; the Marshal's Office is at 3, Paul's Bakehouse Court, Doctor's Commons. The office hours for clerks in both departments are from ten till four.

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Nine sub-inspectors, beginning at 500l. and
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Twenty-three assistant examiners, beginning at
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The Audit Office is located in Somerset House. The official hours are from ten to four during the first five days of the week, and from ten till two on Saturday. There is an annual vacation of twenty-eight days, besides four days at Easter, seven at Whitsuntide, and seven at Christmas.

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Two second-class assistants
Keeper of printed books.
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and advancing 107. per annum, up to
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