Document ReferencePl C 59/8
TitleAccount of the Marine Police Office, Wapping, 1798-1800; 21 May 1801
Date21 May 1801
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionGeneral account of the receipts and payments of the Marine Police Office on account of the Government and the West India Merchants, for the period 2 July 1798 to 20 August 1800 (when the Thames Police Office was established); includes full list of expenses among which are salaries paid to employees of the Marine Police Office.

Affidavit as to the veracity of the account, confirming that the vouchers and books were destroyed by a fire on 6 Oct. 1800 but that a previous statement in the hands of Patrick Colquhoun was the basis of this account; sworn by William Brooke, cashier, 21 May 1801.

Memorandum of delivery of the account to the Duke of Portland, 23 Jun. 1801, signed by P. Colquhoun.
Termfinancial affairs, Marine Police Office

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA41377Marine Police Office, Wapping
NA41698Brooke; William (fl 1798-1801); Mr; cashier of the Marine Police Officefl 1798-1801
NA905Bentinck; William H.C. Cavendish- (1738-1809); 3rd Duke of Portland; succ. 17621738-1809
NA33522Colquhoun; Patrick (1745-1820); Dr; LL D; metropolitan police magistrate1745-1820
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