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THE MASTER OF THE HORSE

Hath the charge of all the Queen's stables and horses. Also power over

equerries and pages, footmen, grooms, farriers, smiths, saddlers, and all other trades any way relating to ths stables. He has the privilege of applying to his own use one coachman, four footmen, and six grooms, in the Queen's pay, and wearing the Queen's livery. In any solemn cavalcade he rides next behind the Queen.

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CAPTAIN OF HER MAJESTY'S BODY GUARD OF YEOMEN

GUARD.

1880, May 3, Lord Monson.

THE LORD PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL

Holds his post by letters patent durante bene placito. By the stat. 21

Henry VIII. he is to attend the Queen's person, to manage the debates in council, to propose matters from the Queen at the council, and to report to the Queen the Resolutions thereupon.

1796,

Earl of Chatham. 1801, July 30, Duke of Portland. 1805, Jan. 12, Viscount Sidmouth.

July 10, Marquess Camden. 1806, Feb. 19, Earl Fitzwilliam.

Oct. 8, Viscount Sidmouth. 1807, Mar. 26, Marquess Camden. 1812, April 8, Viscount Sidmouth.

June 18, Earl of Harrowby. 1827, Aug. 17, Duke of Portland. 1828, Jan. 26, Earl Bathurst. 1830, Nov. 22, Marquess of Lansdowne. 1834, Dec. 15, Earl of Rosslyn. 1835, April 18, Marquess of Lansdowne. 1841, Sept. 3, Lord Wharncliffe. 1845, Dec. 29, Duke of Buccleuch. 1846, July 6, Marquess of Lansdowne. 1852, Feb. 27, Earl of Lonsdale.

Dec. 28, Earl Granville. 1854, June 10, Lord John Russell. 1855, Feb. 8, Earl Granville. 1858, Feb. 26, Marquess of Salisbury. 1859, June 18, Earl Granville. 1866, July 6, Duke of Buckingham. 1868, Dec. 9, Marquess of Ripon. 1873, Aug. 9, Lord Aberdare. 1874, Mar. 2, Duke of Richmond and Gordon. 1880, May Earl Spencer.

THE LORD PRIVY SEAL,

So called from his having the Privy Seal in his custody, which he must not put

to any grant without warrant under the Queen's signet. This seal is used to all charters, grants, and pardons, signed by the Queen, before they come to the Great Seal.

1797,

Earl of Westmoreland. 1806, Feb. 5, Viscount Sidmouth.

Oct. 15, Lord Holland. 1807, Mar. 25, Earl of Westmoreland. 1827, May 1, Duke of Portland.

July 23, Earl of Carlisle. 1828, Jan. 26, Lord Ellenborough. 1829, June 10, Earl of Rosslyn. 1830, Nov. 22, Lord Durham. 1833,

Viscount Goderich. 1834, June 5, Earl of Carlisle.

July 30, Earl of Mulgrave.

Dec. 15, Lord Wharncliffe. 1835, April 18, Lord Duncannon. 1839, Oct. 16, Earl of Clarendon. 1841, Sept. 8, Duke of Buckingham. 1842, Feb. 1, Duke of Buccleuch. 1845, Dec. 29, Earl of Haddington. 1846, July 6, Earl of Minto. 1852, Feb. 27, Marquess of Salisbury.

Dec. 28, Duke of Argyll. 1855, Dec. 7, Earl of Harrowby. 1857, Dec. 27, Marquess of Clanricarde. 1858, Feb. 26, Earl of Hardwicke. 1859, June 18, Duke of Argyll. 1866, July 6, Earl of Malmesbury. 1868, Dec. 9, Lord Kimberley. 1870, July 6, Viscount Halifax. 1874, Mar. 2, Earl of Malmesbury. 1876,

Earl of Beaconsfield. 1878,

Duke of Northumberland. 1880, May Duke of Argyll.

THE TREASURY.

The Lord Treasurer, whose office is now executed by Lords Commissioners,

hath the appointment of all officers employed in collecting the revenues of the Crown ; he hath the nomination of all escheaters, and the disposai of all places and ways relating to the revenue ; and power to let leases of the Crown Lands.

First Lords. 1754, April 6, Duke of Newcastle. 1762, May 29, Earl of Bute. 1763, April 16, George Grenville. 1765, July 12, Marquess of Rockingham. 1766, Aug. 2, Duke of Grafton. 1770, Jan. 28, Lord North. 1782, Mar. 30, Marquess of Rockingham.

July 30, Earl of Shelburne. 1783, April 5, Duke of Portland.

Dec. 27, Right Hon. William Pitt. 1801, July 2, Right Hon. Henry Addington. 1804, May 15, Right Hon. William Pitt. 1806, Feb. 11, Lord Grenville. 1807, Mar. 31, Duke of Portland. 1810, June 23, Right Hon. Spencer Perceval. 1812, June 9, Earl of Liverpool. 1827, April 24, Right Hon. George Canning.

Sept. 5, Viscount Goderich. 1828, Jan. 52, Duke of Wellington. 1830, Nov. 22, Earl Grey. 1834, July 18, Viscount Melbourne.

Nov. 21, Duke of Wellington.

Dec. 10, Sir Robert Peel, bart. 1835, April 14, Viscount Melbourne. 1841, Sept. 3, Sir Robert Peel, bart. 1846, July 1, Lord John Russell. 1852, Feb. 27, Earl of Derby.

Dec. 28, Earl of Aberdeen. 1855, Feb. 8, Viscount Palmerston. 1858, Feb. 26, Earl of Derby. 1859, June 18, Viscount Palmerston. 1865, Nov. 3, Earl Russell. 1866, July 6, Earl of Derby. 1868, Mar. 3, Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli,

Dec. 9, Right Hon. William-Ewart Gladstone. 1874, Mar. 2, Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, now Earl of Beaconsfield. 1880, April Right Hon. William-Ewart Gladstone.

Chancellors of the Exchequer.

1783, July 3, Right Hon. William Pitt.
1801, July 3, Right Hon. H. Addington.
1804, April 12, Right Hon. William Pitt.
1806, Feb. 5, Lord Henry Peity.
1807, Mar. 31, Right Hon. Spencer Perceval.
1812, June 9, Right Hon. Nicolas Vansittart.
1823, Jan. 31, Right Hon. Frederick-John Robinson
1827, April 24, Right Hon. George Canning.

Sept. 5, Right Hon. John-Charles Herries.
1828, Jan. 25, Right Hon. Henry Goulburn.
1830, Nov. 22, Viscount Althorp.
1834, Dec. 10, Sir Robert Peel, bart.
1835, April 18, Right Hon. T. Spring Rice.
1839, Aug. 26, Right Hon. Francis - Thornhill Baring.
1841, Sept. 3, Right Hon. Henry Goulburn.
1846, July 6, Right Hon. Sir Charles Wood, bart.
1852, Feb. 27, Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli.

Dec. 28, Right Hon. William-Ewart Gladstone. 1855, Mar. 5, Right Hon. Sir George-C. Lewis, bart. 1858, Feb. 26, Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli. 1859, June 18, Right Hon. William-Ewart Gladstone. 1866, July 6, Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli. 1868, Mar. 3, Right Hon. G.-Ward Hunt.

Dec. 9, Right Hon. Robert Lowe. 1873, Sept. 9, Right Hon. William-Ewart Gladstone. 1874, Mar. 2, Right Hon. Sir Stafford Northcote, bart. 1880, April Right Hon. William-Ewart Gladstone.

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