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All the judges of the Supreme Court, with

Alexander Forbes, James Stewart, and Thomas Hardy, Esquires




Custos, and Chief Judge, Honourable John Jaques, Esq.

Assistant Judges and of the Quorum

David Duncomb

Robert Donaldson

William Savage

Hon. And. Johnstone, Esquires

Assistant Judges and Magistrates

John McLean

George Kinghorn

Peter Breton

James Clark

A. Shawe

Richard Lake, Esquires


William Holgate

Benjamin Waterhouse

James Amos

Robert Hibbert, junior

James Stewart

James Laing

Alexander Forbes

John Hinde

Nicholas Lechmere

Thomas Hardy

John Davidson

John Dawson

Robert Rainford

Matthew Atkinson

Aaron Holt

John Hart

William Taylor

William Cowgill

David Innes, Esquires


Commissioners of Supreme Court

Edward Bowes

William Dance

Jon. Mallard

Alex. Duffus, Esquires


Clerk of the Peace, B. B. Nembhard, Esq.

Deputy, T. Denniss, Esq.

Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, J. J. Vidal, Esq.

Deputy Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, James McLehofe, Esq.

Coroner, James Claypoole, Esq.

Harbour-Master, Capt. Peter Cochran

Organist, Mrs. Byrne

Clerk to the Vestry, Joseph Harrison, Esq.

Collecting Constable west of King Street, Mr. Alex. Duffus

Collecting Constable east of King Street, Mr. David Ross

Police Board, All the Magistrates of Kingston, with H. Shirley and Kean Osborn, Esquires.

Collector of Transient Tax, Jonathan Mallard

Inspector and Collector of the Duties on Spirituous Liquors West of King Street and Parish of St. Andrew's, Alexander Duffus

Inspector and Collector of the Duties on Spirituous Liquors East of King Street and Parish of Port Royal, David Ross

Inspectors of New Negroes, John Stone, Richard Chamberlayne, Christopher Sayle, Thomas Greenhill, Digby Denniss

Churchwardens elected for the present year: Stewart Bruce and Aaron Holt, Esquires.

Vestrymen: A. B. Young, John Burrowes, Daniel Moore, Thomas Stevenson, George Kinkead, William Mitchelson, William Morgan, J. W. Longman, William Ross, and John Montgomery, Esquires.



President, William Savage, Esq.

Vice-President, John Hinde, Esq.

Thomas Blease

John Taylor

William Gray

James Ha__ce [faded]

David Aird

Alexander Thomson

John Muir

William Morgan

Messenger, Thomas Tucker, £40 per annum



Treasurer, George Kinghorn, Esquire


The Commander-in-Chief

Speaker of the Assembly

Four senior Members of Council

Chief Justice

Custos of Kingston

Four senior Magistrates of Kingston

The Rector, Churchwardens and Vestrymen of Kingston, for the time being

Six inhabitants to be chosen annually. Those for the present year are:

John Davidson, William Taylor, Thomas Henry, James Inglis, John Gutzmer, and T., H. Brock, Esquires.

Master, Rev. David Duff, £420

Ushers, H. W. Livingston, £300, John Paul £300.

Number of boys now under tuition, 56

Number of girls instructed in Reading, Writing and Accounts, 34



Surgeon, Dr. E. Aldred £250

Matron, Mrs. Ann O'Neil £70

Tutoress, Miss Brodie £50

Steward, Mr. John Dougald



Surgeon, Dr. E. Aldred

Supervisor and Steward, Mr. James Barr



President, George Kinghorn, Esq

Physician, James Skene, M. D.

Surgeons to the Hospital, Doctors McGlasham, McLarty's, and Rowe

Surgeons to the Workhouse, William Johnston

Matron, Mrs. Martha Wall

Supervisor, Mr. James Barr

Overseer M. Dunkley



Lieutenants, T. Aston £200, Benjamin Stribling £175

2 Sergeants, £125 each.

2 Corporals, £110 each

32 Privates, £100 each


Custos and Chief Judge, Hon. John Woolfrys, Esquire

Assistant Judges and of the Quorum

Robert Wetherell

Thomas Denniss

William Mitchell

Robert Ogilvy

John Brailsford

William Maxwell

John M. Dwyer

Thomas J. Mytin

W. Dance

James McLehofe

John Parker

Joseph Boyden

Alex. Duffus

Samuel Barnet

Robert Jackson

Robert Blackwell

W. S. Forbes

James Dean

Alex. Grant

Duncan McDonald

R. W. Tait

D. Salt

John Ramsay

John Robertson

Ed. Stehelin

William Young

Anth. Duart

Edward Burton

J. F. Stevens

G. E. Taylor, Esquires


Coroner, James Dean, Esq.

Clerk of the Vestry, Mr. Benjamin Whittaker

Organist, and Deputy Clerk of the Peace, Mr. Henry Pinkcombe

Collecting Constable, Benjamin Stribling

Board of Police, Colonel Ramsay and Major Stehelin

Secretary, B. Reviere

Boarder of Vessels, Elliott Campbell

Churchwardens, John Brailsford and Anthony Duart, Esquires

Vestrymen, William Young, Henry Prawl, John Robertson, Bryan Hall, Daniel Salt, William Smith, William Paterson, Daniel Steele, Thomas Davies, and George Langdon, Esquires.


Custos and Chief Justice of Common Pleas, Honourable Thomas Berry, Esq.

Judges of the Quorum and Assistant Judges of Common Pleas

James Dickson

Hon. Simon Taylor

Hon. And. Johnstone

Hon. J. Woolfrys

Robert Wetherell

Richard Latimer

Alexander Ector

T. S. Kuckahn

Thomas Kaylett

John Dawson

Rev. J. Campbell

Stewart Spalding

Rev. Edward Marshall

Thomas Leigh

George Robinson

James Stewart

John Hinde

Rev. T. Simcockes

Hugh Fraser

Robert Rainford

Thomas Hardy

Isaac Fox

John Mais, Esquires


Clerk of the Vestry, C. W. Hall, Esq.

Coroner, Clerk of the Peace and Court, J. T. Harris, Esq.

Pound Keepers, Christopher Sayle and John Morrison

Collecting Constables, Christopher Sayle and John Hare

Churchwardens for the present year: Robert Rainford and John Mais, Esquires

Inspector and Collector of the Duties on Spirituous Liquors West of King Street and Parish of St. Andrew's, Alexander Duffus

Vestrymen, Edward Smith, John Jackson, Richard Hall, James Wiles, George Schroeter, John O'Brien, Francis Brittan, David Watt, William Park, and William French, Esquires.



President, Hon. Thomas Berry, Esq.

Supervisor, James Nelson

Overseer, James Dalton

Surgeons, Mackglashan and MacLarty's


FREE SCHOOL - Surviving Governors

Honourable Thomas Berry, Esq., Custos of St. Andrew

Honourable John Jaques, Esq., Custos of Kingston


Custos and Chief Judge, Hon. Charles Bryan, Esq.

Assistant Judges, and of the Quorum

Thomas Oakley

Francis King

Samuel Orr

Charles Douglas

George Fuller

A. M. Paplay

Alexander Wilson

William Galloway

J. S. Minot

J. C. Colthirst

William Bryan, Esquires


William Downer

R. Mein

William Burke

J. D. Andrews


Clerk of the Peace, Court, and Vestry, William Sherwood, Esquire

Coroner and Collecting Constable, William Burke, junior

Inspector and Collector of Rum Duties, Richard Holden, Esq.

Pilot, H. Staples

Harbour Master at Port Antonio, William Sherwood

Commissioners of Supreme Court, William Anderson Orgill, James C. White and Thomas Oakley, Esquires



President, James Clayton White, Esq.

Treasurer, William Galloway, Esq.

Supervisor, TImothy Starnett


N.B. In this Parish are 31 Sugar Works, 61 other Settlements, 7629 Slaves, and 2998 Cattle.



Teacher, and Clerk to Trustees, Isaac Grant, A.M.


Custos and Chief Judge, Hon. Henry Shirley, Esq.

Assistant Judges, and of the Quorum

David Sherriff

William Cumming

Silvester Jepson

Rev. T. Simcockes

Henry Russell

John Murdoch

W. A. Orgill

Richard Jone

George Buchanan

Philip Ellis

Alexander Shaw

Hector Ross

Robert Gray

E. Fitzgerald

D. Henderson

Jacob Stamp, Esquires


Commissioners of the Supreme Court, David Sheriff, George Buchanan, ___ McDonald, Esquires

Clerk of the Court, Peace, and Vestry, Mr. John King, junior

Coroner, William Duncan Esq.

Inspector and Collector of Rum Duties, and Collecting Constable, Mr. Dominick Walsh

Harbour Master at Annotto Bay, Mr. William Gillmour


N. B. In this parish are 22 Sugar Works, 85 Coffee Settlements, 11,300 Slaves, 5200 Stock.


Custos and Chief Judge, Hon. Simon Taylor, Esquire

Assistant Judges and of the Quorum

Hon. John Scott

John Codrington

Honourable Henry Shirley

Robert Patterson

Thomas Cargill

William Innes

Hon. K. Osborn

Fairlie Christie

Hon. Charles Bryan

Eliphalet Fitch

Samuel Delpratt

Peter Robertson

Robert Logan

William Kennedy

William Vick

William Bryan

Robert Telfer

Thomas Leigh

John Reid Baillie

John Kelly

William Holgate

John Johnston

Thomas Harris

N. A. Grant

Alexander Wilson

Caleb Tonge

William Kerr, Esquires


Commissioners of the Supreme Court, Thomas Harris, John Reid Baillie. John Johnston, and James Ouchterlony, Esquires

Coroner, Clerk of the Peace, Court and Vestry, Thomas Harris, Esq.

Poundkeeper Morant Bay, T. O'Brien Warren

Poundkeeper at Bath, William Scholar

Poundkeeper St. David, J. Henderson

Collecting Constables St. Thomas in the East, Johnston and Thompson

Collecting Constables St. David's, Thomas Harris



President, Hon John Scott, Esq.

Treasurer, Peter Robertson, Esq.

Supervisor, T. O'Brien Warren


Churchwardens, St. Thomas in the East, Peter Robertson and William Kennedy, Esquires

Vestrymen, Nathaniel Augustus Grant, William Walker, James Porteous, Ulick Michael Burk, Robert Logan, John Stewart, Philip Forsyth, Peter Smith, Sam. Francis, and Eliphalet Fitch, Esquires.



Physician to the Bath, Henry Miller, M.D. £200

Physician for the Poor at the Bath, £100

Overseer at the Bath, Hugh McLean


In St. Thomas in the East, are 95 Sugar Estates, 115 Coffee and other Settlements, 26,343 Slaves, 12,266 Stock.

In St. David's, are 16 Sugar Estate, 18 Coffee, and 50 other Settlements, 5715 Slaves, and 2423 Stock.

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