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- noun The office of auditor.
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- noun The office or function of auditor.
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- noun The office or function of
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Additional rewards followed, including the renewal of his exchequer auditorship
As Lord Grenville's office of auditor of the exchequer was thought incompatible with that of first lord of the treasury, and as his lordship was unwilling to resign that lucrative office, a bill was subsequently brought into parliament empowering him to name a responsible trustee for holding auditorship so long as he should continue premier.
William B. Lewis, prevailed upon by Jackson to accept another auditorship along with Kendall, rather than to follow out his original intention to return to his Tennessee plantation, was not only in the Kitchen Cabinet but was also a member of the President's household.
Kentucky, and who now found his reward in the fourth auditorship of the Treasury, was another.
Long before the nomination to the auditorship, it was conceded that Mr. McCabe was the representative man of the race in Kansas, and it was also a settled fact that this element should be recognized in the selections of State officers.
As a reward for the valuable services rendered in the organization of the county he was appointed first county clerk, and afterwards elected to that position from which he was transferred to the auditorship of the State of Kansas, one of the most significant political successes in the upward career of the race, Kansas being one of the most prosperous of the Western States.
Things came to such a pass that, it was necessary to send by schooner, outside the monsoon season, the licentiate Ruy Machado who came from the kingdom this year, and who had been appointed to that auditorship; his adjutant was Ynacio Nuñez de Mancelos, the captain of the said vessel.
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The Duke de Montellano, president of the Council of Castille, counterbalanced the authority, until then unlimited, of Porto-Carrero; the auditorship of finance, which had always appertained to the prime minister, being taken from him.
I had all along maintained a quiet post at a corner of the table, where I had been able to indulge my humour undisturbed: listening attentively when the story was very good, and dozing a little when it was rather dull, which I consider the perfection of auditorship.
At the queen's death he was appointed one of the regents; and at the accession of George the first was made earl of Halifax, knight of the garter, and first commissioner of the treasury, with a grant to his nephew of the reversion of the auditorship of the exchequer.