An Estimate of Places for Life; Shewing How Many Years Purchase a Place for Life Is Worth. How Long a Man Must Hold His Place to Have the Value, Principal and Interest of the Puchase Money the Whole Being Calculated Upon the Chances of

An Estimate of Places for Life; Shewing How Many Years Purchase a Place for Life Is Worth. How Long a Man Must Hold His Place to Have the Value, Principal and Interest of the Puchase Money the Whole Being Calculated Upon the Chances of

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1728 edition. Excerpt: ...King's-Bencb and Common-Pleas do lie and no Search can be made without the said Key comes, with the two Keys of the Chamberlains of the Exchequer, The Tellers of the Exchequer. Their Office is to receive all Monies due to the Crown, and thereupon to throw a Bill through a Pipe into the Tally Court, where it is received by the Auditor's Clerks, who attend there to write the Words of the said Bill upon a Tally, and then deliyer it to be enter'd by the Clerk of the Pells or his Clerk; which Tally is then solit qr cloven by the two Deputy Chamberlains, who have their Seals; and whilst the Senior Deputy reads the one part, the Junior examines the other part, with theother two Clerks, their Places are in the King's Gift. Clerk, of the Pells. His Business and Office is to enter all the Tellers Bills into a Parchment Skin (in Latin Pelfa, whence this Office takes its Name) and al Receipts and Payments for the King, of what kind soever; so that it is in the Nature of a Comptroller. He hath four Clerks under him for the IntroituSy the Epitus, the Clerk of the Declarations, and Clerk of the Patents., with three Recording and 'Engrossing Clerks. The Tally-gutter takes care to provide proper. Tallies in fit Lengthsywhich he throws into the Courts, lie hath Dividend-Fees with the Clerks of the Pells. Usher of the Receipts, His Duty is to secure the Exchequer by Day and Night, and to furnish all Necessaries i as Books, Paper, &c. he also has a Key of the Treasury, Chamberlains of the Exchequer. These Places are acted by two Deputies, to whom Tallies, when written upon, are deliver'd, and when split areexamin'd with the Clerks of the Pells and his Comptrollers, and then deljver'd to the Party, and the Foil cast into the Chamberlain's Chest, whereby they are...show more

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  • Paperback | 50 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 109g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236525035
  • 9781236525031