Civil Establishment List – Van Diemen’s Land – 1831

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
COLONEL GEORGE ARTHUR

Colonial Aid-de-Camp, Charles Arthur, Esq.

PRIVATE SECRETARY’S OFFICE
Private Secretary, W. T. Parramore, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. James Thorneloe and E. Scrivenor

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Lieutenant Governor
Chief Justice
Colonial Secretary
Colonial Treasurer

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
The Lieutenant Governor
The Chief Justice
The Colonial Secretary
The Attorney-General
The Colonial Treasurer
The Colonial Chaplain
The Collector of Customs

W. H. Hamilton, Esq.
Thomas Anstey, Esq.
Thomas Archer, Esq.
Edward Abbott, Esq.
John Kerr, Esq.
James Cox, Esq.
James Gordon, Esq.
Richard Willis, Esq.

Clerk to the Councils
W. T. Parramore, Esq.—acting in the absence of John Montagu, Esq.

COLONIAL SECRETARY’S OFFICE
Colonial Secretary and Registrar of Records, the Hon. John Burnett, Esq.
Chief Clerk, Henry James Emmett, Esq.
Corresponding Clerk, Mr. H. Rowcroft.
Clerk of Papers and Office-keeper, Mr. A. C. Low.
Clerks, Messrs. H. J. Emmett, jun., J. C. Groom, J. G. Smith, and J. Morrison.
Colonial Agent, Edward Barnard, Esq. residing in England.

COLONIAL TREASURER’S OFFICE
Colonial Treasurer, Jocelyn Thomas, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. George Smith and B. H. Thomas.
Assistant Treasurer at Launceston, J. B. Thomas, Esq.

AUDIT OFFICE
Auditor, G. T. W. B. Boyes, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. Maurice Smith, James Dickenson, and Henry Miller.

SURVEY DEPARTMENT
Surveyor General, George Frankland, Esq.
Deputy Surveyor General, Captain Boyd.
Assistant Surveyors, Thomas Scott, Esq. and Messrs. J. H. Wedge, W. S. Sharland, J. C. Seymour, J. E. Calder, and John Halls.
Extra Assistant Surveyor, Mr. Henry Wilkinson.
Clerks, Messrs. Charles Wedge and G. F. Gallot.
Draughtsman, Mr. H. S. Hurst.

LAND BOARD
Major Fairtlough, Afleck Moodie, Esq. and George Frankland, Esq.
Clerk to the land Board, Mr. G. F. Evans.

ENGINEER’S DEPARTMENT
Civil Engineer and Architect, John Lee Archer, Esq.
Assistant ditto, James Simmons, Esq.
Superintendent of Lumber-yard, ditto,
Superintendent of Carpenters, Mr. John A. Brown.
Assistant Superintendent of Carpenters, Mr. W. Parker.
Superintendent of Masons, Mr. J. Addison.
Superintendent of Carters Barracks, Mr. John Crees.
Gate-keeper, Joseph Firth.
Superintendent at New Norfolk, Mr. J. Turnbull
Superintendent at Birch’s Bay, Mr. Peter Monro.
Inspector of Works at Launceston, W. Kenworthy, Esq.

Superintendent of Government Garden, Mr. R. Davidson.
Superintendent of Government Herds, G. B. Skardon Esq.
Inspector and Superintendent of Government Slaughter-house, Mr. James Belbin.

ROADS AND BRIDGES
Inspector, Roderic O’Connor, Esq.
Superintendent at Hobart Town, Mr. J. T. Feild.
Ditto at Bridgewater, Lieut. Gibbons.
Ditto at St. Peter’s Pass, Mr. R. Notman.
Ditto at Bagdad, Mr. J. Irvine.
Ditto at Launceston, Mr. A. Wrighte.
Ditto at New Norfolk, Mr. A. Lowe.

CUSTOMS ESTABLISHMENT

Port of Hobart Town
Collector, Rolla O’Ferrall, Esq.
Comptroller, W. Procter, Esq.
Landing Waiter, Mr. James Hobbs.
Second ditto, Mr. Thomas Smith.
Warehouse Keeper, Mr. Charles Abbott.
Collector’s Clerk, Mr. F. Manning.
Comptroller’s Clerk, Mr. J. Y. Pasmore.
General Clerks, Messrs. Robert Ballantyne and A. Beauvais.
Tide Waiter, Mr. Thomas Stace.
Harbour-master, Mr. Francis Pitt.
Pilots, Messrs. James Kelly, James Lucas, and J. Bamber.

Launceston
Collector, Henry Arthur, Esq.
Comptroller, T. B. Bartley, Esq.
Landing and Coast Waiter, Mr. John Clark.
Clerk, and Keeper of the Bonded Store, Mr. G. Whitcomb.
Wharfinger, Mr. James H. Fryett.
Pilots, Messrs. George Wilson and George Coulson.

INTERNAL REVENUE
Collector, J. H. Moore, Esq.
Inspectors of Distilleries, Messrs. A. G. Watson, P. Scott, and P. W. Welsh.
Clerks, Messrs. Probert and Evans.

ORDNANCE STORE
Ordnance Store-keeper, William Neilly, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. Joseph Morgan, T. A. Donahoo, Loftus Dickinson, and Jeremiah Ware.

OFFICE FOR SUPERINTENDENCE OF CONVICTS
Principal Superintendent, R. H. Woods, Esq.
Chief Clerk, Mr. John Hawthorn.
Second Clerk, Mr. J. G. M’Neilley.
Superintendent of House of Correction, Hobart Town, W. Gunn, Esq.
Ditto for Females, Mr. Esh Lovell.
Assistant ditto, Mr. Jesse Pullen.
Matron, Mrs. Lovell.
Assistant ditto, Mrs. Pullen.
Chaplains, Rev. Messrs. Bedford and Norman.

Launceston
Superintendent of Convicts, Ronald Gunn, Esq.
Ditto of House of Correction, Mr. William Jones.
Superintendent and Matron of Female House of Correction at George Town, Mrs. Shirlock.
Chaplain, Rev. W. H. Brown, L.L.D.

MARINE
Port Officer and Superintendent of Government Vessels, S. Hill, Esq., R. N.
Sail-maker, Mr. David Ramsay.
Master of His Majesty’s Colonial Brig Prince Leopold, Mr. Kinghorn.
Master of His Majesty’s Colonial Brig Tamar, Mr. J. R. Bateman.

LAUNCESTON
Civil Commandant, Edward Abbott, Esq.
Port Officer and Harbour-master, John Welsh, Esq.

MACQUARIE HARBOUR
Commandant, Captain Briggs, 63d Regiment.
Assistant Engineer, Ensign D. M. Stubbeman.
Superintendent, Mr. Richard Ray.
Pilot, Mr. John Taw.
Shipwright, Mr. James Hoy.
Commandant’s Clerk, Mr. John Douglass.

MARIA ISLAND
Commandant, Thomas Daunt Lord, Esq.

POST OFFICE
Postmaster at Hobart Town, Mr. J. T. Collicott.
Ditto at Launceston, Mr. Arundel Wrighte.
Ditto at George Town, Mr. W. Kneale.

ESTABLISHMENT ON BRUNE ISLAND
For effecting an Intercourse with the Aborigines.
Superintendent, Mr. G. A. Robinson.
Standing Committee for the care of the captured Natives, and for considering and suggesting Measures of Conciliation—The Colonial Treasurer, the Chief Police Magistrate, the Colonial Surgeon, the Port Officer, and the Rev. Messrs. Bedford and Norman.

GOVERNMENT PRINTER
James Ross, LL. D.

LICENSED AUCTIONEERS
Mr. J. T. Collicott
Mr. J. C. Underwood
Mr. Richard Lewis
Mr. David M’Kay
Mr. William Cook
Mr. John Hays
Mr. Richard White
Mr. James Houghton
Mr. A. Charlton

ANNUAL PENSIONS
William Sorell, Esq., retired Lieut. Governor, £500.
Edward Abbott, Esq. Dep. Judge Advocate, £400.
Rev. Robert Knopwood, Chaplain, £100.
G. W. Evans, Esq. Deputy Surveyor General, £200.
Lieutenant Gunn, (loss of an arm,) £70.
Mrs. Collins, Widow of Lieutenant Governor Collins, £120.
Mrs. Luttrell, Widow of Colonial Surgeon Luttrell, £50.
Emanuel Griffin, retired Pilot, £50.
Henry Hacking, ditto, £25.
Oliver Smith, retired Overseer, £25.
William Fletcher, retired Constable, £10
Joseph Sillitoe, ditto, £10.

SUCCESSION

of Lieutenant Governors and Commandants

  1. His Honor Colonel David Collins.
  2. His Honor Colonel Thomas Davey.
  3. His Honor Colonel William Sorell.
  4. His Excellency Colonel George Arthur.

Commandants at Hobart Town

  1. Lieutenant Edward Lord, Royal Marines.
  2. Captain Murray, 73d Regiment.
  3. Lieutenant Colonel Geils, 73d Regiment.

Commandants at Port Dalrymple

  1. Lieutenant Colonel Paterson, 102d Regiment.
  2. Captain Townsend, 102d Regiment.
  3. Captain Kemp, 102d Regiment.
  4. Captain Brabyn, 102d Regiment.
  5. Captain Ritchie, 73d Regiment.
  6. Major M‘Kenzie, 46th Regiment.
  7. Lieutenant Colonel Stewart, 46th Regiment.
  8. Lieutenant Colonel Cimitiere, 48th Regiment.
  9. Lieutenant Colonel Cameron, 3d Regiment.
  10. Lieutenant Colonel Balfour, 40th Regiment.
  11. Edward Abbott, Esq.

Commandants at Macquarie Harbour

  1. Lieutenant Cuthbertson, 48th Regiment.
  2. Lieutenant Wright, 3d Regiment.
  3. Captain Butler, 40th Regiment.
  4. Captain Briggs, 63d Regiment.

Commandants at Maria Island

  1. Peter Murdoch, Esq.
  2. Thomas Daunt Lord, Esq.

COMMISSARIAT

Hobart Town
Assistant Commissary General, Afleck Moodie, Esq.
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, William Fletcher, Esq.
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, S. Carr, Esq.
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, Joseph S. Browne, Esq.
Commissariat Clerk, Mr. Thomas James Lempriere.
Clerks, Messrs. Henry Ashton, A. Sibbald, and James Neill.
Store-keepers, Messrs. H. Thomson, John Petrie, and W. Johnson.

Launceston
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, T. Yeoland, Esq.
Assistant Commissary General, George Hull, Esq.
Clerk, Mr. Priaulx.
Store-keeper, Mr. P. Dalrymple.

Macquarie Harbour
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, John Woolrabe, Esq.
Clerk, Mr. R. P. Hogan.
Store-keeper, vacant.

Maria Island
Clerk and Store-keeper, Mr. Robert Neill.

Store keepers
At George Town, Mr. William Kneale.
At New Norfolk, Mr. David Thomson.
At Brighton, Mr. Edwin Nowell.
At Oatlands, Mr. T. Browne (clerk.)
At Ross, Mr. Jackson.
At Waterloo Point, Mr. G. Storey.
At Bothwell, Mr. A. Macdowall.

COMMISSARIAT OF ACCOUNTS

Hobart Town
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, G. Maddox, Esq.
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, A. C. Darling, Esq.
Clerks, Messrs. George Woodward, John Offor, and T. W. Midwood.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT
Colonial Surgeon, James Scott, Esq. R. N.
Chaplain to the Hospital, Rev. James Norman.

Assistant Surgeons
J. Spence, Esq.
R. Garrett, Esq.
J. Smith, Esq.
T. C. Brownell, Esq.
J. Bryant, Esq.
E. S. P. Bedford, Esq.
A. Turnball, Esq.

District Assistant Surgeons.
At New Norfolk, Robert Officer, Esq.
At Oatlands, John Hudspeth, Esq.
At Campbell-town, Temple Pearson, Esq.
At Bothwell, John F. Sharland, Esq.
At Norfolk Plains, William Paton, Esq.
At Great Swan Port, G. F. Storey, Esq.


Source: The Van Diemen’s Land Almanack 1831; Hobart Town; Edited and Printed by Henry Melville, Colonial Times Newspaper Office

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