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Accountant General

Definition of the noun Accountant General

What does Accountant General mean as a name of something?

noun

  1. A head or superintending accountant in certain public offices.
  2. [historical] An officer in the English court of chancery who received the moneys paid into the court, and deposited them in the Bank of England.

Explanation

Accountant General or Accountant-General is, or was, the name of a government post in several countries.

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Google previewParliamentary Papers (1840)

The Accountant General is a new Officero J. 4. F. Simpkinson, Esq. 25th June 1840. It was much worse before, because all the Money was in the Hands of the oDeputy Remembrancer, and there was no Check at all. 468. Supposing the Master ...

Google previewDictionary to the Plays and Novels of Bernard Shaw

The Accountant General protests against ...

Google previewA General Dictionary of Commerce, Trade, and Manufactures (1810)

Exhibiting Their Present State in Every Part of the World; and Carefully Comp. from the Latest and Best Authorities by Thomas Mortimer

as the accountant of the Banik, of the South Sea, or India Company, Custom-House, Excise, the Accountant General, &c. &c. &c.

Google previewFarrow's Military Encyclopedia (1895)

A Dictionary of Military Knowledge by Edward Samuel Farrow

Accountant General......................................................................................... 2250 || Deputy Accountant General................................. 1500 || - "Controller of Military Accounts, ...

Google previewA General Commercial Dictionary (1819)

Comprehending Trade, Manufactures, and Navigation; as Also Agriculture, So Far as it is Connected with Commerce; with Brief Abstracts of the Laws Relating to the Regulation and Protection of Trade and Tradesmen ... by Thomas Mortimer

as the accountant of the Bank, of the South Sea, or India Company, Custom-House, Excise, the Accountant General, &c. Of the last-mentioned officer it is necessary to give some ...

Google previewA General Commercial Dictionary ... Second edition, with ... alterations and additions by W. Dickinson (1823)

by Thomas MORTIMER (Vice-Consul for the Austrian Netherlands.), William DICKINSON (of London.)

It is also applicable to persons in the public offices, &C- as the accountant of the Bank, of the South Sea, or India Company, Custom-House, Excise, the Accountant General, &c. Of the last-mentioned ofiicer it is necessary to give some ...

Google previewThe Anti-jargonist, Or a Short Introduction to the Hindoostanee Language, ... Being Partly an Abridgment of The Oriental Linguist, ... By the Author of the Hindoostanee Dictionary (1800)

by John Gilchrist

The Accountant General, and the Civil Auditor, a ccountant ihall be refpeftively accountant, and auditor of accounts, ofGeae.ai ...

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Former Accountant General Building, Yangon

The sun-dappled, peeling exterior of the former tax collection office for British Burma at the corner of Pansodan and Strand Roads.

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