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Secretary of the Island, Richard Lewing, esq.
At Kingston, Robert Evans, esq.
Port Royal _________
Montego Bay, E. Mountague, esq.
Lucea, Edward Nevinson, esq.
Savanna la Mar, Thomas Barker, esq.
Port Antonio, Thomas Richards, esq.
Naval Officer, Alexander Robertson, esq.
Montego Bay, John Palmer, jun. esq.
Port Antonio, George Minot, esq.
Savanna la Mar, George Murray, esq.
Lucea, Donald Malcolm, esq.
Receiver-General William Dunlop, esq.
Spanish Town, J. E. Shackleford, esq.
Port Royal, Mr. Andrew Matthews
Montego Bay, Mr. David Cooper
Savanna la Mar, George Muray, esq.
Port Antonio, Mr. John Harris
Lucea, Mr. William Catanach
Collector, Thomas Davison, esq.
Comptroller, John Woolfrys, esq.
Land and tide surveyor, Mr. William Fenton
Harbour master, Captain Barry Burke
Deputy, Mr. William Russell
Land-waiters and searchers
Collector, Charles Hamilton, esq.
Comptroller, Zachary Allnutt, esq.
Waiter and searcher, Mr. W. Robinson, jun.
Collector, John Swiney, esq.
Comptroller, William Robinson, esq.
Waiter and searcher, Mr. Charles Payne
Collector, William Marshall, esq.
Comptroller, Philip Couch, esq.
Waiter and searcher, Mr. Thomas Rider
Collector, Henry Sutton, esq.
Comptroller and land and tide surveyor, waiter and searcher, John Harris, esq.
Storekeeper, James Burnett, esq.
Ordnance keeper, Robert Benton, esq.
Agent Victualler, John Brayne, esq.
Hospital Agent, John Marr, esq.
Hospital Surgeon, Robert Wood, esq.
Assistant, Mr. John Robinson
Builder, Mr. Lionel Beal
Physician-General, D. C. McGlashan
Surgeon-General, Dr. William Wright
Physician to the Bath, Dr. George Troup
Apothecary General, Dr. William Mann
Engineer of the Island, Richard Jones, esq.
Com. & must. master general, Thomas Dennie, esq.
Capt. of Fort Charles, Exelbee Lawford, esq.
Lieutenant of Fort Charles, Lieut. Nathaniel Farnal
Captain of Fort Augusta, Thomas Williams, esq.
Lieutenant of Fort Augusta, George Smith, esq.
Captain of Rock Fort, Major Lewis V. Fufer
First Lieutenant of Rock Fort, Major Lewis V. Fufer
First Lieutenant of Rock Fort, Mr. Walker Lodge
Captain of Fort Frederic, Colin Reid, esq.
Lieutenants of Fort Frederic, Mr. Thomas Hemmett and Mr. R. Borland
Captain Train Artillery, J. E. Shackleford, esq.
Lieutenant of Train Artillery, John Clement, esq.
Captain of 12 Apostles, William Seaton, esq.
Captain of Lucea Fort, Robert Kerr, esq.
His Excellency, Sir Basil Keith, knight
Members of the Council
Hon. Thomas Iredell
William Patrick Browne
Thomas Hercy Barrett
Richard Welch, esquires
Members of the Assembly
Hon. Philip Pinnock
James R. Whitehorne
William James Hall
Samuel Williams Haughton
Stephen R. Redwood
James Irving, junior
Charles Brooks, esquires
St. Catherine, St. John, St. Dorothy and St. Thomas in the Vale, Mr. William Smith
Kingston and Port Royal, Mr. Hugh Polson
St. Andrew, St. David, and St. Thomas in the East, Mr. William Adams
Portland, St. George, St. Ann & St. Mary, Mr. White
Clarendon and Vere, Mr. William Park
St. James, Trelawny and Hanover, Mr. Thomas Burke
St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland, Mr. Thomas Brodie
St. Catherine, John Lindsay, D.D.
Kingston, Thomas Coxeter
Port Royal, John Scott
St. Andrew, John Poole, L. L. B.
St. Thomas in the East, Thomas Harris
St. Thomas in the Vale, William Poole
St. Dorothy ___ the Reverend Mr. Pendleton was appointed, but is since dead
Vere, William Morgan
Clarendon, Thomas Poole
St. David, ___ vacant (formerly John Sampson, A.B.)
St. George ___ vacant (formerly William Pennington)
St. Mary, William Williams
St. Ann, David Fullerton
St. James, James Grignion
Trelawny, Joseph Stony, A.B.
Westmoreland, William Bartholomew
Saint Elizabeth, Thomas Warren
Hanover, Inglis Turine
Portland, John Usher Tyrrel
SUPERINTENDENT-GENERAL, Robert Brereton, Esq.
Trelawny Town, St. James, John James
Accompong Town, St. Elizabeth, Alexander Forbes
Moore Town, Portland, Charles Swigle
Charles Town, St. George, Peter Ingram
Scott's Hall, St. George, ____ Nalty
OFFICES OF ENTERING AND CLEARING
Post Office/ Comptroller's Office
Secretary's Office/ Naval office
Comptroller's office/ Collector's office
Naval office/ Receiver-General's office
Collector's office/Secretary's office
Receiver General's office/Land and tide surveyor's office
Land and tide surveyor's office/searcher's office
DUTIES ON GOOD IMPORTED which are paid to the Receiver-General
Madeira and Spanish wine per ton £6
Western islands, or mixed with, £12
Other wines, £2
Beer, ale and cyder, £2
Refined sugar, per lb. 6d
Indigo and cotton, each 3d
Ginger per cwt. 15/-
Cocoa, in vessels of the island, 15/-
Cocoa, in other vessels, 20/-
DIVISION OF THE ISLAND OF JAMAICA INTO COUNTIES
MIDDLESEX contains the parishes of St. Catherine, St. Dorothy, St. John, St. Thomas in the Vale, Clarendon, Vere, St. Mary and St. Ann.
The county town, St. Jago de la Vega
Grand Court the last Tuesday in February, May, August and November.
SURRYcontains the parishes of Kingston, Port Royal, Portland, St. Andrew, St. David, St. Thomas in the East, and St. George.
The County Town, Kingston
Assizes, the last Tuesday in April, July, October, and January
CORNWALL contains the parishes of Westmoreland, St. Elizabeth, Hanover, St. James and Trelawny.
The county town, Savanna la Mar
Assizes, the last Tuesday in March, June, September, and December
Edward Dismore, Esq.
Spanish Town, Mr. Robert Pitcairn
Old Harbour, Mr. George McKenzie
Clarendon and Vere, Mr. James Blair
Lambeth, Mr. Robert Austin
Lacovia, William Dunlop, esq.
Black River, Mr. Humphrey Colquhon [Colquhoun]
Savanna la Mar, Robert Baker, esq.
Salt Spring barquadier, Mr. George White
Lucea, Mr. John Priest
Jack's Bay. Mr. William Galloway
Buff Bay, Mr. Samuel Buckmaster
Port Maria, Mr. John Welsh
Port Antonio, Mr. Richard Holden
Salt Gut, Mr. Andrew Shearer
St. Ann, William White, esq.
Duncan's Bay, Mr. John Huie
Martha Brae, Mr. John Holdsworth
Montego Bay, John Palmer, esq.
Yallah's Bay, Mr. George Logan
Hallhead, Mr. John Waugh
Morant Bay, Mr. James Telfer
Port Morant, Mr. John Kerr
Bath, Mr. John Gainey
Amity Hall, Mr. George Grant
Manchioneal, Mr. John Brown
SOUTH SIDE POST TO LUCEA
Kingston to Spanish Town is 18 miles
Spanish Town to Old Harbour 12
Old Harbour to Clarendon 12
Clarendon to Pepper 37
Pepper to Lacovia 13
Lacovia to Black River 12
Black River to Savanna la Mar 25
Savanna la Mar to Lucea 25
Total, 154 miles
SOUTH SIDE POST SETS OUT
From Kingston 4 a.m. Sunday, arrives Spanish Town 8 a.m. Sunday
From Spanish Town 9 a.m. Sunday, arrives Old Harbour 12 noon Sunday
From Old Harbour 12 noon Sunday, arrives Clarendon 3 a.m. Monday
From Clarendon 4 a.m. Monday, arrives Pepper 3 p.m. Monday
From Pepper 4 p.m. Monday, arrives Lacovia 8 p.m. Monday
From Lacovia 5 a.m. Tuesday, arrives Black River 10 a.m. Tuesday
From Black River 3 p.m. Tuesday, arrives Savanna la Mar 10 a.m. Wednesday
From Savanna la Mar 12 noon Wednesday, arrives Lucea 10 a.m. Thursday
From Lucea 11 a.m. Sunday, arrives Savanna la Mar 10 a.m. Monday
From Savanna la Mar 12 noon Monday, arrives Black River 10 a.m. Tuesday
From Black River 3 p.m. Tuesday, arrives Lacovia 12 midnight Tuesday
From Lacovia 6 a.m. Wednesday, arrives Pepper 10 a.m. Wednesday
From Pepper 4 p.m. Wednesday, arrives Clarendon 10 p.m. Wednesday
From Clarendon 7 a.m. Thursday, arrives Old Harbour 12 noon Thursday
From Old Harbour 12 noon Thursday, arrives Spanish Town 3 p.m. Thursday
From Spanish Town 3 p.m. Thursday, arrives Kingston 7 p.m. Thursday
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