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22. 1. Army commissions. Returns: 1. Of all officers who have sold their retired full pay or half pay commissions pp. 2-27. 2. Of all officers of the Royal Artillery, late Royal Irish Artillery, and late King's German Artillery, who have sold their retired full pay or of royal marines who have sold their retired full pay or half pay commissions pp. 28 & 29. 3. Of all officers half pay commissions ib. 4. Of all officers who have purchased unattached commissions in succession to those who have sold their retired full pay or half pay commissions pp. 30-51. 5. Of all officers holding brevet rank higher than their regimental rank, who have been allowed, under the general order of the 25th April 1826, to retire upon unattached commissions on half pay of the effective rank above what they held regimentally pp. 52-65. 6. Of all officers of the Royal Artillery holding brevet rank higher than their regimental commissions, who have been allowed, under the general order of the 25th April 1826, to retire upon unattached commissions upon half pay of the effective rank above what they held regimentally p. 66. 7. Of all officers of the Royal Marines holding brevet rank higher than their regimental commissions, who have been allowed, under the general order of the 25th April 1826, to retire upon unattached commissions upon half pay of the effective rank above what they held regimentally p. 67. 8. Of the money received from the sale of retired full pay and half pay commissions, under the orders of 2d May 1825 and 25th April 1826; and the way in which the same has been or is to be appropriated p. 68

24. 1. Civil list; third class: viz. --I.-- Return of the number of ministers, charges d'affaires, secretaries, or agents, of the British government, (not being consuls) at the different courts and states abroad; stating, the court or state where resident, the total amount of salary and allowances of each, and of their establishments, together with all extraordinary and incidental charges of every kind, in the years 1792, and 1821, and the dates of those appointed since 1792, with the time of the increase of the salaries and allowances to the present rates:--so far as relates to the Foreign Office. --II. a.-- Return of all the British consuls and vice consuls abroad; their names, place of residence, salaries and allowances of every kind paid by government, and whether the duty is performed by deputy or in person; for the years 1792, and 1821; and, if established or the salaries increased since 1792, the date of establishment, and of increase of salary:--so far as relates to the foreign office. --II. b.-- Return of the British consuls and vice consuls resident in the states of Barbary; their names, salaries and allowances of every kind paid by government, and whether the duty is performed by deputy or in person; for the years 1792, and 1821; and, if established or the salaries increased since 1792, the date of establishment and increase of salary. --III.-- A return of the total amount of pensions paid in 1792, and 1821, to ministers late resident at foreign courts, and of consuls, whether paid from the civil list or any other source; distinguishing the amount to each, and the number of years service of each minister and consul:--so far as relates to the Exchequer, and the secretaries of states offices. --IV.-- Return of the name of any ministers appointed since January 1822; the place to which appointed, the amount of outfit, and of annual salary, and of the establishment of his residency