appointed auditor

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  • In 1592 he was appointed auditor general of the armed forces, a post he held until 1611.
  • He told Parliament that according to the records held by the companies commission, 1MDB "has no business address and no appointed auditor."
  • He was appointed auditor and deputy naval officer in charge of the Port of New York in 1845 and served four years.
  • In 1866 he went to live at Canterbury, where he was in that year appointed auditor to the dean and chapter.
  • Entered in the ecclesiastic career, he moved to Rome where he was appointed auditor (judge) of the Roman Rota.
  • In 1821 he was appointed Auditor General of Norway, a post he held until 1827.
  • In 1745 he was appointed auditor of the Rota for the German nation.
  • He was appointed Vice-governor of Rome on three different occasions and was appointed Auditor of the Sacred Roman Rota.
  • He was appointed auditor to the Council of State and Director of the Crown Forests in 1806.
  • In 1824 he was appointed auditor of Indian accounts.
  • In 1880 I was appointed auditor of the Official Accounts of Iceland, and got married. Cited from Poet Lore, Volume XXIV, Number IV, 1912, by Various
  • In 1702 he was appointed Auditor of the Imposts, a post which he held until his death in 1735. Cited from The Journal to Stella, Jonathan Swift
  • After being auditor for six years at Valladolid, he was appointed Auditor of the Rota in Rome, and held this office for twelve years.
  • His literary abilities recommended him for places in the Papal curia: he was appointed Auditor of the Rota.
  • In 1871, Richards was appointed auditor for the government of the District of Columbia and served that position until 1874.
  • Its general was Licentiate Don Antonio de Ribera Maldonado, who had been appointed auditor of Manila. Cited from History of the Philippines, by Antonio de Morga
  • Jaruwan was appointed auditor-general on December 31, 2001 for a term of 5 years.
  • Among these was the licentiate Don Antonio de Ribera, auditor of Manila, who had been appointed auditor of Mexico. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 16, Ed. by Blair and Robertson
  • On June 3, 1881, he was appointed Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department and served in that position until his death.
  • He stepped down as MP in 1786, when he was appointed Auditor of the Excise in Scotland 1786, holding this post until his death.
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