Admiralty correspondence, 1855 - 1860
Scope and Contents
Correspondence with the Admiralty concerning money grants and salaries:
Letters and a printed address to the Visitors regarding the need for a new south-east equatorial, 1855.
Letter applying to the Treasury to allow the object glass of the new south-east equatorial to pass customs free of duty, 1857.
Letters concerning the need to increase the Imprest Fund from £150 to £400, 1856.
Letters concerning an increase in salary to the Astronomer Royal, 1855-1856.
Letters concerning an increase in salary to the First Assistant, 1856-1857.
Letters concerning an increase in salary to J. Glaisher, 1860
Correspondence relating to a pension for H. Breen and concerning his mental health, 1859-1860.
Lists of the quarterly salary bills, letters concerning pensions and wage rises, etc., and other papers relating to salaries, 1855-1860.
- 1855 - 1860
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