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British Consuls to Morocco

James MATRA (Consul-general) - arrived 6 May 1787. Died 19 March 1806

James GREEN (Consul General) - 19 March 1806 (?)
On leave February 1812- January 1813
Retired July 1817

1817
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) appointed July 1817(?) but did not take up his position because of plague until 1821
Isaac ABENSUR (Vice Consul) - Acting 1817- October 1821

1818
Tangier James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) out of Morocco (plague)
Isaac ABENSUR (Vice Consul) - Acting

1819
Tangier James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) out of Morocco (plague)
Isaac ABENSUR (Vice Consul) - Acting

1820
Tangier James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) out of Morocco (plague)
Isaac ABENSUR (Vice Consul) - Acting

1821
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) Out of Morocco (plague) until OCtober 1821
Isaac ABENSUR (Vice Consul) - Acting until 1821

1822
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) salary, 1180
(V-C) salary 65
Mogador: (V-C) fees only
Rabat: (V-C) Fees only
Larache: (V-C) fees only
Tetuan: (V-C) fees only
[source: salaries, PP ***]

1823
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general)

1824
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general)

1825
Tangier James SHOLTO DOUGLAS, Consul general, Salary £1180 fees £470
ABENSUR, Vice Consul, salary £65 (paid by Consul-General)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul, fees £108

Rabat ABENSUR, Vice-Consul, Fees £65
Larache TARAGAN, Vice-Consul, Fees £43
Tetuan HUSSAN, Vice-Consul, Fees £108
[source PP, 1834 xli. 387, N.B. WILTSHIRE's name in this PP is spelt "WILLSHIRE"]

1826
Tangier
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general)
Rabat Sinbal (Sunbal)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE
[Source: Rabat - G. Beauclerk, Journey to Morocco (London: Poole & Edwards, 1828), 73; Mogador - ibid, 219]

1827
Tangier
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS, Consul-General) allowance £2,000
on leave from June 1827 and not allowed to return by Sultan
Charles ELLIS, Vice-Consul, allowance 500, Acting Consul General from June 1827
Mogador: (V-C) allowance 500
Rabat: (V-C) allowance nil
Larache: (V-C) allowance nil
Tetuan: (V-C) allowance 300
[source: salaries, PP ***]

1828
Tangier James SHOLTO DOUGLAS, Consul-General, on leave from June 1827 - not allowed to return by Sultan till 4 March 1828
Charles ELLIS, Vice Consul, Acting Consul-General to March 1828

1829
James SHOLTO DOUGLAS (Consul general) Resigned (ill-health) April 1829
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Arrived 25 August 1829
Mogador: R. Chaillet (Vice-Consul)

1830
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Vice-Consul (Tangier?) W. Price
[Price: MS Eng. hist. e. 349, 480] 1831
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul appointed October 1831
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, appointed October 1831 (Also appointed US Consular agent, October or November 1831)
[Source: PP 1846, xliv, 117 for Tetuan; List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler)]

1832
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler)]

1833
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler)]

1834
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY, Consul-General, allowance 1,800
John BALL, Vice-Consul, allowance £300
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul, allowance £100
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, allowance £100
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler); Salaries and personel in Tangiers, Mogador and Tetuan PP1834, xli 387]

1835
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler)]

1836
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul [Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler)]

1837
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Robert Adam DALZEL or DALZELL, V-C, confirmed by FO 17/3/1837; arrived July 1837, from Oran
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
Asila Mamon Leon BENSHITON, Consular Agent (appointed pre-1837)
Larache Joseph AMSELEEM [?] Consular Agent ad interim, provisionaly appointed 4 January 1837
Rabat Samuel BENDAHAN, Consular Agent, (appointed pre 1837)
Mazagan Frederick A. REDMAN, Consular Agent, Provisional appointment, 5 April 1837, confirmed by FO 13 May 1837
Safi Abdallah ben Dahman ben Matsook [sic] ALARBY, Cons Agent (appointed pre- 1837)
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler); FO99/1, 144, Edward Drummond-Hay to Palmerston, Tangier
, 1 January 1838; consular no 1; date of Dalzel's arrival: FO99/1, 177 Edward Drummond-Hay to Palmerston, Tangier, 25 October 1838, Separate.]

1838 Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General)
Robert Adam DALZEL, Vice Consul, Tangier
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
[Rabat Samuel BENDAHAN, (unpaid)
Asila Mamon Leon BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi Abdallah ben Dahman BEN MATSOOK, Consular Agent, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. REDMAN, (unpaid)]
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler); on Dalzel: FO99/3, 106-113, E.W. Drummond Hay to Woodford, Tangier, 15 December 1838; enclosure 2 in James Stephen to John Backhouse [FO], Downing Street [London], 12 January 1839; on Willshire: FO99/1, 32, Edward Drummond-Hay to Palmerston, Tangier, 16 February 1838, no 5.on Redman FO99/1, 92-95 Edward Drummond-Hay to Palmerston, Tangier, 22 June 1838, no 16; FO99/1, 144, Edward Drummond-Hay to Palmerston, Tangier
, 1 January 1838; consular no 1; Rabat, Asila, Safi, Mazagan by extrapolation between 1837 and 1841 definite information]

1839
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Agent and Consul-General) (not allowed to trade)
Robert Adam DALZEL, Vice Consul, Tangier
, (not allowed to trade)
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul (allowed to trade)
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, (allowed to trade)
[Rabat Samuel BENDAHAN, (unpaid)
Asila Mamon Leon BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi Abdallah ben Dahman BEN MATSOOK, Consular Agent, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. REDMAN, (unpaid)] [Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler); personnel and whether allowed to trade, title of D-H, PP 1839, xlv1 47; Rabat, Asila, Safi, Mazagan by extrapolation between 1837 and 1841 definite information]

1840
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Salary £1600
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul Salary £100
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, salary £100
[Rabat Samuel BENDAHAN, (unpaid)
Asila Mamon Leon BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi Abdallah ben Dahman BEN MATSOOK, Consular Agent, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. REDMAN, (unpaid)]
[Source: List of HM Consuls abroad and Salaried Vice Consuls, presented to Parliament, 30 September 1841 (Wiltshire and Butler); ditto 31 December 1840; Rabat, Asila, Safi, Mazagan by extrapolation between 1837 and 1841 definite information]

1841
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Salary £1600
E.A MULLOY, Vice-Consul, replaced by
Henry MURRAY, Vice-Consul, Salary £350, appointed August 1841
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul Salary £100
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, salary £100
Rabat Samuel BENDAHAN, (unpaid)
Asila Mamon Leon BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi Abdallah ben Dahman BEN MATSOOK, Consular Agent, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. REDMAN, (unpaid)
Larache Abraham BERGIL foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: List of Salaried and Unpaid British Vice-Consuls, presented to parliament 31 March, 30 June 30 September 1842; PP 1846, xliv, 117 for V-C, Tangier
]

1842 Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Salary £1600 Henry MURRAY, Vice-Consul, Salary £350 Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul Salary £100 Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, salary £100 Rabat Jacob SERUJIA, (unpaid)
Asila M.L. BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi J.A. RANDON, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: List of Salaried and Unpaid British Vice-Consuls, presented to parliament 31 March, 30 September 1842]

1843 Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Salary £1600 Henry MURRAY, Vice-Consul, Salary £350 Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul Salary £100 Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, salary £100 Rabat [and Dar al-Baida after middle of 1843] Jacob SERUJIA, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida [to middle of 1843] C. MICALLEF Asila M.L. BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi J.A. RANDON, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: PP 1846 xliv, 117 for salaries and all positions; List of Salaried and Unpaid British Vice- Consuls, presented to parliament 31 March, 30 June, 31 December 1843]

1844 Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Salary Henry MURRAY, Vice-Consul, S John DRUMMOND HAY, Assistant to Consul-General, arrived 29 July 1849 Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, Rabat [and Dar al-Baida after middle of 1843] Jacob SERUJIA, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida [to middle of 1843] C. MICALLEF Asila M.L. BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi J.A. RANDON, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[By extrapolation from previous year and subsequent year; "Statement of Services" Foreign Office List 1886, 115-116)

1845
Tangier
Edward William Auriol DRUMMOND HAY (Consul-General) Died in post 28 February 1845 replaced by
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General Appointed March 1845 Salary £1,600
Henry MURRAY, Vice-Consul
Mogador William WILTSHIRE, Vice-Consul, replaced b
William GRACE, Vice-Consul, appointed February 1845 Salary £100
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul, salary £100
Rabat/ Dar al-Baida Jacob SERUJIA, (unpaid)
replaced by William James ELTON, Vice-Consul (unpaid)appointed September 1846
Asila M.L. BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi J.A. RANDON, (unpaid) replaced by
G.B. GAMBARO, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid) apptd October 1846
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: PP 1854-55 L 389; List of Salaried and Unpaid British Vice-Consuls, presented to parliament, 1 Jan 1845; PP 1846 xliv, 117 for salaries and all positions; List of Salaried and Unpaid British Vice-Consuls, presented to parliament 1 Jan 1846 (GRACE)]

1846
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General
Henry MURRAY, Vice-Consul
Mogador William GRACE, Vice-Consul
Rabat/ Dar al-Baida Jacob SERUJIA, (unpaid) replaced by
William James ELTON, Vice-Consul (unpaid) appointed September 1846
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
Asila M.L. BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid) replaced by
J.I BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid) appointed Dec. 1846
Safi J.A. RANDON, (unpaid) replaced by
G.B. GAMBARO, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid) apptd Oct. 1846
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: PP 1854-55 L 389; List of Salaried and Unpaid British Vice-Consuls, presented to parliament, 1 Jan & 1 July an 23 July 1846; ]
[Source: Positions in Tangier
(C-G), Mogador, Rabat, Asila, Safi : PP 1854-55 L 389]

1847
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General
Henry MURRAY. Vice-Consul
Mogador William GRACE, Vice-Consul
Rabat/ Dar al-Baida William James ELTON, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
Asila J.I BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi G.B. GAMBARO, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: "List of all the Consuls-General, Consuls, Vice-Consuls. Consular Agents and Consular Assistants in Her Majesty's Service", 6 June 1848 Presented to Parliament; Positions in Tangier (C- G): Positions in Tangier (C-G), Mogador, Rabat, Asila, Safi : PP 1854-55 L 389; List of Unpaid British Vice-Consuls, presented tp parliament 1 April 1847]

1848
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General
Henry MURRAY. Vice-Consul
Mogador William GRACE, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON. Vice-Consul
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul
Asila J.I BENITAHON, Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Safi G.B. Gambaro Consular Agent, foreigner, (unpaid)
Mazagan Frederick A. Redman, (unpaid)
Larache Yontob Bergil. foreigner (unpaid)
[Source: "List of all the Consuls-General, Consuls, Vice-Consuls. Consular Agents and Consular Assistants in Her Majesty's Service", 6 June 1848 Presented to Parliament; Positions in Tangier (C- G), Mogador, Rabat, Asila, Safi : PP 1854-55 L 389]

1849
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General
Mogador William GRACE (V-C) appointed US Agent Mogador and Safi 20 March 1849
Rabat William James ELTON Vice-Consul, (allowed to trade)
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul (allowed to trade)
Asila J.I BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Consular Agent, foreigner
[Source; "Consuls" Presented to the House of Commons, 12 April 1853; PP 1854-55 L 389; Mogador: USNA - Microfilm T61/7, Despatches from US Consuls in Tangier, 1797-1906, Hyatt to Clayton, Tangier, 12 October 1849 No 14 enclosing Hyatt to [Busilham b `Ali] Tangier 20 March 1849.]

1850
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul, appointed November 1850
Mogador William GRACE, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul, (allowed to trade)
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul (allowed to trade)
Asila J.I BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Consular Agent, foreigner
Larache A. GUAGNINO Consular Agent, foreigner appointed December 1850
[Source; "Consuls" Presented to the House of Commons, 12 April 1853; PP 1854-55 L 389]

1851
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Agent & Consul-General
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul, appointed November 1850
Mogador William GRACE, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul, (allowed to trade)
Tetuan James BUTLER, Vice-Consul (allowed to trade) replaced by
Frank Ringler DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul, (allowed to trade) appointed 1 August 1851 or 18 July
Asila J.I BENSHITON, Consular Agent, foreigner
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Consular Agent, foreigner
Larache Andrea GUAGNINO Consular Agent, foreigner appointed December 1850
[Source; "Consuls" Presented to the House of Commons, 12 April 1853; PP 1854-55 L 389; "Consuls" return to House of Commons, 19 July 1859 (Tetuan)]

1852
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
Mogador William Grace, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Frank Ringler DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON, Vice-Consul, Unpaid. (foreigner)
Larache Andrea GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, unpaid (foreigner)
Mazagan John REDMAN, Vice-Consul, unpaid appointed 15 January 1852
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Vice-Consul, unpaid (foreigner)
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year, 1856 and 1863; "Consuls" Presented to the House of Commons, 12 April 1853; PP 1854-55 L 389]

1853
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON, Vice-Consul, Unpaid. (foreigner)
Larache Andrea GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, unpaid (foreigner)
Mazagan John REDMAN, Vice-Consul, unpaid
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Vice-Consul, unpaid (foreigner)
Mogador William Grace, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Frank Ringler DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and 1863; PP 1854-55 L 389]

1854
John DRUMMOND-HAY, (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON, Vice-Consul, Unpaid
Larache Andrea GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, unpaid
Mazagan John REDMAN, Vice-Consul, unpaid
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Vice-Consul, unpaid
Mogador William Grace, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Frank Ringler DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and 1863]

1855
John DRUMMOND-HAY, (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON, Vice-Consul, Unpaid.
Larache Andrea GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul
Mazagan John REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Vice-Consul
Mogador William Grace, Vice-Consul
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Frank Ringler DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and 1863]

1856
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON, Vice-Consul, Unpaid.
Mogador William Grace, Vice-Consul, replaced by
William James ELTON Vice-Consul, appointed 1 August 1856
Rabat William James ELTON, Vice-Consul, transferred to Mogador
then vacant
Larache Andrea GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, replaced by
A.B.T. DUNCAN Vice-Consul, appointed 1 August 1856
Mazagan John REDMAN, Vice-Consul, until late 1856
Safi G.B. Gambaro, Vice-Consul, replaced by
William Samuel ELTON, Vice-Consul, appointed 16 July 1856
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca run from Rabat
Tetuan Frank Ringler DRUMMOND-HAY, until appointment in Turkey, April 1856 replaced
by James de Vismes DRUMMOND HAY, Vice-Consul, 1 August 1856
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and 1863; Positions at Rabat, Larache, Tetuan, and Mazagan, PP 1859 (session 2) xv, 299; "Consuls" return to House of Commons, 19 July 1859 (Tetuan)]

1857
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, C.B. (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
F. CARSTENSEN (V-C) acting: 4 Mar - 4 April, 30 May-18 June
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON, Consular Agent
Mogador William James ELTON (Vice-Consul)
Rabat Peter BARROW [or Barron] Vice-Consul, appointed 12 March 1857
Larache A.B.T. DUNCAN Vice-Consul
Tetuan F. CARSTENSSEN, Acting Vice-Consul, 4 march-4 April and 30 May- 12 June 1857;
James de Vismes DRUMMOND HAY, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavius STOKES, Vice-Consul, appointed 6 January 1857 Safi William Samuel ELTON,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca VACANT UNTIL appointment of Frank WOOLDRIDGE, Vice-Consul, 24 August 1857
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and 1863; Positions at Tangier
(V-C), Rabat, Larache, Tetuan, and Mazagan, PP 1859 (session 2) xv, 299; "Consuls" return to House of Commons, 19 July 1859 (Tetuan)]

1858
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, C.B. (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
F. CARSTENSEN (V-C) acting: 12 Feb - 12 March 1858
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON
Mogador William James ELTON (Vice-Consul)
Rabat Peter BARROW Vice-Consul, Salary £250
Larache A.B.T. DUNCAN (V-C) Salary £150
Tetuan James de Vismes DRUMMOND HAY, Vice-Consul, Salary £100
Mazagan Octavius STOKES, Vice-Consul, Salary £250
Safi William Samuel ELTON, replaced by
F. CARSTENSEN (V-C) acting: 23 Sept to 28 Dec 1859; appointed 28 December 1858 salary £250
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank Wooldridge
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and for 1863; Salaries and positions at Tangier
( C-G and V-C), Rabat, Larache, Tetuan, Mazagan and Safi, PP 1859 (session 2) xv, 299; "Consuls" return to House of Commons, 19 July 1859 (CARSTENSEN)]

1859
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, C.B. (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
W.K. Green, Confidential Secretary (appointed 4 March 1859)
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON
Mogador William James ELTON (Vice-Consul)
Rabat Peter BARROW Vice-Consul,
Larache A.B.T. DUNCAN (V-C)
Tetuan James de Vismes DRUMMOND HAY, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Octavius STOKES, Vice-Consul,
Safi F. CARSTENSEN (V-C)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank Wooldridge
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and for 1863]

1860
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, C.B. (Chargé d'Affairs & Consul-General)
James de Vismes DRUMMOND HAY, Paid Attache [appointed 11 June 1860]
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
W.K. Green, Confidential Secretary (appointed 4 March 1859)
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON
Mogador William James ELTON (Vice-Consul)
Rabat Peter BARROW Vice-Consul,
Larache A.B.T. DUNCAN (V-C)
Tetuan Willaim Kirby GREEN Vice-Consul [appointed 1 July 1860]
Mazagan Octavius STOKES, Vice-Consul,
Safi F. CARSTENSEN (V-C)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank Wooldridge, vice-consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and for 1863]

1861
Tangier
John DRUMMOND-HAY, C.B. (Charg‚ d'Affairs & Consul-General)
James de Vismes DRUMMOND HAY, Paid Attache [appointed 11 June 1860]
Thomas Fellowes READE, Vice-Consul
W.K. Green, Confidential Secretary (appointed 4 March 1859)
Arzila (Asila) Joseph L. BENSHITON
Mogador William James ELTON (Vice-Consul)
Rabat Peter BARROW Vice-Consul,
Larache A.B.T. DUNCAN (V-C)
Tetuan Willaim Kirby GREEN Vice-Consul [appointed 1 July 1860]
Mazagan Octavius STOKES, Vice-Consul,
Safi F. CARSTENSEN (V-C)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank Wooldridge, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year and for 1863]

1862
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
James de Vismes DRUMMOND-HAY, Paid Attach‚ until appointment in Rabat.
Thomas Fellowes READE, Consul,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, Peter BARROW, replaced by
James de Vismes DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul, appointed 19 June 1862
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1863
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Thomas Fellowes READE, Consul,
H.L. DUPUIS, Clerk, appointed 24 January 1863
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, James de Vismes DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1864
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Thomas Fellowes READE, Consul,replaced by
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul appointed 14 May 1864
H.L. DUPUIS, Clerk,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, James de Vismes DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1865
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
H.L. DUPUIS, Clerk,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, James de Vismes DRUMMOND-HAY, Vice-Consul
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1866
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
H.L. DUPUIS, Clerk,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, James de Vismes DRUMMOND-HAY, transferred to Brazil, June 1886, replaced by
W.J. TURNER,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1867
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
H.L. DUPUIS, Clerk,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul, Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, W.J. TURNER, replaced by
Cecil SMITH, Vice-Consul,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1868
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
H.L. DUPUIS, Clerk, moved to Dar al-Baida
POST VACANT
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Larache, A.B.T. DUNCAN, Vice-Consul
, replaced by
Andrew GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, (unpaid) appointed 8 December 1868
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, Cecil SMITH, Vice-Consul, replaced by
Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul, late 1868
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
H.L. DUPUIS, Vice-Consul, appointed 10 October 1868

1869
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk, appointed 14 January 1869
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Saffi, William James ELTON, Vice-Consul,
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Tetuan, William Kirby GREEN, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
POST VACANT IN COURSE OF 1869
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca H.L. DUPUIS, Vice-Consul
(Larache, Andrew GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, unpaid) [not listed in FO list for this year - appointed December 1868)
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1870
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca H.L. DUPUIS, Vice-Consul Larache Andrew GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
Saffi, post vacant
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1871
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk,
Arzila (Asila), Joseph L. Benshiton, Consular Agent,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca H.L. DUPUIS, Vice-Consul
Larache Andrew GUAGNINO, Vice-Consul, (unpaid) replaced by
Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
appointed 12 July 1871
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
Saffi, post vacant
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1872
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Resident & Consul General - appointed
Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General, 1 September 1872
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca H.L. DUPUIS, Vice-Consul replaced by John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
, appointed 25 June 1872 Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Mogador Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Octavus STOKES, Vice-Consul
Rabat and Sale, Frank WOOLRIDGE, Vice-Consul
John FROST, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
appointed 23 July 1872
Saffi, post vacant until appointment of George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul (unpaid), 11 March 1872
Tetuan Ramon LON Y CAMPANI, Acting Consular Agent (unpaid) appointed 12 March 1872.
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1873
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul (unpaid)
Tetuan Ramon LON Y CAMPANI, Acting Consular Agent (unpaid)
Mogador
Frederick M. CARSTENSEN, Vice-Consul,
POST FELL VACANT IN COURSE OF 1873
(Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul) [appointed 17 June 1873 according to Foreign Office List for 1877, but not listed before 1877)
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1874
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul (unpaid)
Tetuan Ramon LON Y CAMPANI, Acting Consular Agent (unpaid)
replaced by Isaac S. NAHON, 22 January 1874, Acting Consular Agent Mogador
Post Vacant
(Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul) [appointed 17 June 1873 according to Foreign Office List for 1877, but not listed before 1877)
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1875
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk, transferred to Mogador January 1875
replaced by Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk, 1 November 1875
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
Post Vacant until appointment of R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Consul, 13 January 1875
(Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul) [appointed 17 June 1873 according to Foreign Office List for 1877, but not listed before 1877)
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1876
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Consul
William F. GRACE, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
appointed 12 May 1876
(Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul) [appointed 17 June 1873 according to Foreign Office List for 1877, but not listed before 1877)
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1877
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Consul
William F. GRACE, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1878
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Consul
William F. GRACE, Vice-Consul (unpaid)
replaced by R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul (unpaid), 21 June 1878
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1879
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
R. DRUMMOND-HAY, Consul
POST VACANT IN COURSE OF THE YEAR
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul,(unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1880
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul General until 27 February 1880 then Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul-General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
Consul - Vacant until appointment of Charles Alfred PAYTON 16 March 1880 R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1881
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul-General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1882
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipotentiary and Consul-General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Cecil Godfrey WOOD, Clerk,
replaced by Herbert E. WHITE, Clerk, 13 October 1882
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1883
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Herbert E. WHITE, Clerk
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year] 1884
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY, K.C.B. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
Herbert E. WHITE, Clerk
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca John LAPEEN, Vice-Consul, until 25 November 1884
replaced by Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1885
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY G.C.M.G., K.C.B. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Horace Phillips WHITE, Consul
replaced by Herbert E. WHITE 1 October 1885, formerly Clerk
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Acting Consular Agent, Consular Agent from 4 Sept 1885
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1886
Tangier
Sir John Hay DRUMMOND-HAY G.C.M.G., K.C.B. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
replaced by Sir W. KIRBY-GREEN, K.C.M.G. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General appointed 1 July 1886, Arrived 7 October 1886
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent,
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1887
Tangier
Sir W. KIRBY-GREEN, K.C.M.G. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent,
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1888
Tangier
Sir W. KIRBY-GREEN, K.C.M.G. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul,
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul,
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent,
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul,
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1889
Tangier
Sir W. KIRBY-GREEN, K.C.M.G. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £160
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £500
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, Allowances £80
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £70
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, Allowance £45
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul, Salary £500, Allowance £115
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul, Allowance £135
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul, Allowance £135
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul, Allowance £90
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1890
Tangier
Sir W. KIRBY-GREEN, K.C.M.G. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £160
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £500
John A KIRBY-GREEN, Clerk Salary, £150
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, Allowances £80
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £70
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, Allowance £45
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul, Salary £500, Allowance £115
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca Robert S. HUNTER, Vice-Consul, Allowance £135
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul Allowance £135
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul Allowance £90
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1891
Tangier
Sir W. KIRBY-GREEN, K.C.M.G. Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £160
Died in post 24 February 1891
replaced by Col Sir C.B. EUAN-SMITH, K.C.B., C.S.I,, Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £
260
Given instructions 16 May 1891
Arrived Tangier 3 December 1891
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £500
Acting Consul-General February - December 1891 V.T.G DE VISMES DE PONTHIEU, Vice Consul Interpreter, Salary £400, allowance £50
John A KIRBY-GREEN, Salary, £150
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, Allowances £80
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £70
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, Allowance £45
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul, Salary £500, Allowance £115
R.L.N. JOHNSTON, Vice-Consul,(unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca (Vacant), Vice-Consul,
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul, Allowance £135
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul Allowance £90
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1892
Tangier
Col Sir C.B. EUAN-SMITH, K.C.B., C.S.I,, Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £260
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £500
V.T.G DE VISMES DE PONTHIEU, Vice Consul Interpreter, Salary £400, allowance £50
F.E. DRUMMOND-HAY, Clerk Salary, £150
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, Allowances £120
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £70
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, Allowance £45
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul, Salary £500, Allowance £115
R.L.N. Johnston, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca George H. FERNAU, Vice-Consul, Allowances £135
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul Allowance £135
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul Allowance £90
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1893
Tangier
Col Sir C.B. EUAN-SMITH, K.C.B., C.S.I,, Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £360
Charles N.E. ELIOT, 2nd Secretary, Salary £300
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £500
V.T.G DE VISMES DE PONTHIEU, Vice Consul Interpreter, Salary £400, allowance £50
(Vacant), Clerk
Fez J.M. MacLEOD, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Larache Joseph IMOSSI, Vice-Consul, Allowance £50
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £50
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, (unpaid)
Mogador
Charles Alfred PAYTON, Consul, Salary £500, Allowance £115
R.L.N. Johnston, (unpaid)
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca George H. FERNAU, Vice-Consul, Allowance £80
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul Allowance £80
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul Allowance £50
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1894
Tangier
Ernest M. SATOW, C.M.G., Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul- General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £360
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £600
E.J. MORANT, Honorary Attach‚, (unpaid)

V.T.G DE VISMES DE PONTHIEU, Vice Consul Interpreter, Salary £400, allowance £50
A.J. READER, Clerk Allowance £150
Fez J.M. MacLEOD, Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Larache Lewis FORDE, Vice-Consul, Allowance £80
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £70
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, Allowance £45
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca
Allan MACLEAN, Consul, Salary £600, Allowance £130 Capt. C.F. CROMIE, Vice-Consul, Salary £300
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul, Allowance £135
Mogador, R.L.N. Johnston ,Allowance £100
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul, Allowances £90
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1895
Tangier
Ernest M. SATOW, C.M.G., Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul- General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £360
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, Salary £600
E.J. MORANT, Honorary Attach‚, (unpaid)
V.T.G DE VISMES DE PONTHIEU, Vice Consul Interpreter, Salary £400, allowance £50
(Vacant), Clerk
Fez J.M. MacLEOD, Vice-Consul, Salary, £100
Larache Lewis FORDE, Vice-Consul, Allowance £80
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul Allowance £70
Tetuan Isaac S. NAHON, Consular Agent, Allowance £45
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca
Allan MACLEAN, Consul, Salary £600, Allowance £130
Capt. C.F. CROMIE, Vice-Consul, Salary £300
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul, Allowance £135
Mogador, R.L.N. Johnston, Allowance £100
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year] Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul, Allowances £90

1896
Tangier
Sir A. NICOLSON, Bt., K.C.I.E., C.M.G., Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £360
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, local rank of Second Secretary, Salary £600
E.J. MORANT, Honorary Attach‚, (unpaid)
George Seymour, Honorary Attach‚, (unpaid)
Alfred IRWIN, C.M.G. Interpreter and Dragoman, Salary £400, allowance £50
Archibald M. MADDEN Vice-Consul, (unpaid)
Ernest BRISTOW, Clerk, Salary £150
Fez J.M. MacLEOD, Vice-Consul, Royal Commission, Salary, £400, Allowance £100
Larache Lewis FORDE, Vice-Consul, Allowance £80
Tetuan W.S. BEWICKE Vice-Consul, Salary, £150 Allowance £95
Dar al-Baida/ Casablanca
Allan MACLEAN, Consul, Salary £600, Allowance £150
Capt. C.F. CROMIE, Vice-Consul, Salary £300
Mazagan Alfred REDMAN, Vice-Consul Allowance £135
Mogador, R.L.N. Johnston, Allowance £100
Rabat, John FROST, Vice-Consul , Allowance £70
Saffi, George P. HUNOT Vice-Consul, Allowances £90
[Source: Foreign Office List for the year]

1897
Tangier
Sir A. NICOLSON, Bt., K.C.I.E., C.M.G., Envoy Extraordinary & Minister Plenipontiary and Consul-General
Salary, £2,500 Allowance £460
Herbert E. WHITE, C.M.G., Consul, local rank of Second Secretary , Salary £600
J. Henry MONK, Honorary Attach‚, (unpaid)

Contributed by C. R. Pennell, University of Melbourne, rpennell@unimelb.edu.au