Parliamentary Private Secretary
    Barran, John Nicholson, 2nd Bt., to the Foreign Secretary
    Barran, John Nicholson, 2nd Bt., to the Postmaster-General
    Barran, John Nicholson, 2nd Bt., to the Home Secretary
    Barran, John Nicholson, 2nd Bt., to the President of the Local Government Board
    Hamilton, Archibald Gavin, Baron Hamilton of Epsom, to the Prime Minister
    Jenkins, Arthur, to the Prime Minister, Clement Attlee
    Bertie, Francis Leveson, 1st Viscount Bertie of Thame ( 1874-1880 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
    Cochrane, Thomas Horatio Arthur Ernest, 1st Baron Cochrane of Cults ( 1895-1901 ), to the Secretary of State for the Colonies
    Cochrane, Thomas Horatio Arthur Ernest, 1st Baron Cochrane of Cults ( 1902-1905 ), to the Under-Secretary of the Home Department
    Acland, Francis Dyke, 10th/14th Bt. ( 1906-1908 ), to the Secretary of State for War
    Whitehead, Rowland Edward, 3rd Bt. ( 1906-1909 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of the Home Department
    Baring, Godfrey, 1st Bt. ( 1908-1910 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of the Colonies
    Murray, Arthur Cecil, 3rd Viscount Elibank ( 1909 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for India
    Whitehead, Rowland Edward, 3rd Bt. ( 1909-1910 ), to theAttorney-General
    Barran, John Nicholson, 2nd Bt. ( 1910-1916 ), to the Prime Minister
    Denman, Richard Douglas, 1st Bt. ( 1910 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    McLaren, Francis Walter Stafford ( 1910-1915 ), to the Colonial Secretary
    Murray, Arthur Cecil, 3rd Viscount Elibank ( 1910-1914 ), to the Foreign Secretary
    Baird, John Lawrence, of Ury, 1st Viscount Stonehaven ( 1911-1916 ), to Rt. Hon. A. Bonar Law
    Baring, Godfrey, 1st Bt. ( 1911-1913 ), to the President of the Board of Education
    Cawley, Harold Thomas ( 1911-1915 ), to Rt. Hon. R. McKenna
    Harmsworth, Cecil Bisshopp, 1st Baron Harmsworth ( 1911-1914 ), to the President of the Board of Agriculture and Fish
    Verney, Harry Calvert Williams, 4th Bt. ( 1911-1914 ), to the Chief Secretary for Ireland
    Stanley, George Frederick ( 1912-1913 ), to the Leader of the Opposition
    Ward, William Dudley ( 1912-1917 ), to the Patronage Secretary
    Arnold, Sydney, 1st and last Baron Arnold ( 1914 ), to the President of the Board of Education
    Harmsworth, Cecil Bisshopp, 1st Baron Harmsworth ( 1914-1915 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Bridgeman, William Clive, 1st Viscount Bridgeman ( 1916-1919 ), to the Minister of Labour
    Stanley, George Frederick ( 1916-1917 ), to the Secretary of State for War
    Astor, Waldorf, 2nd Viscount Astor ( 1917-1918 ), to the Prime Minister
    Edge, William, 1st Bt. ( 1917-1919 ), to the Minister of National Service
    Hambro, Angus Valdimar ( 1918 ), to the Secretary of State, Air
    Bridgeman, William Clive, 1st Viscount Bridgeman ( 1919-1920 ), to the Board of Trade
    Edge, William, 1st Bt. ( 1919 ), to the Minister of National Service and Reconstruction
    Edge, William, 1st Bt. ( 1919 ), to the Minister of Labour
    Moore-Brabazon, John Theodore Cuthbert, 1st Baron Brabazon of Tara ( 1919-1921 ), to Secretary of State for Air
    Young, Edward Hilton, 1st Baron Kennet ( 1919-1921 ), to the President of the Board of Education
    Colfox, William Philip, 1st Bt. ( 1920-1921 ), to the Minister of Pensons
    Bowyer, George Edward Wentworth, 1st Baron Denham ( 1921-1923 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Colfox, William Philip, 1st Bt. ( 1921-1922 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Colonies
    Davidson, John Colin Campbell, 1st Viscount Davidson ( 1921-1922 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Wills, Gilbert Alan Hamilton, 1st Baron Dulverton ( 1921 ), to the Assistant Postmaster-General
    Bathurst, Allen Algernon, Lord Apsley ( 1922-1924 ), to the Parliamentary Secretary for the Overseas Trade Department
    Davidson, John Colin Campbell, 1st Viscount Davidson ( 1922-1923 ), to the Prime Minister
    Ryder, Dudley, 6th Earl of Harrowby ( 1922-1923 ), to the Secretary of State for Air
    Ward, William Humble Eric, 3rd Earl of Dudley ( 1922-1924 ), to the Under-Secretary of State for India
    Davidson, John Colin Campbell, 1st Viscount Davidson ( 1923-1924 ), to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
    Crittall, Valentine George, 1st and last Baron Braintree ( 1924 ), to the Minister of Air
    Gage, Henry Rainald, 6th Viscount Gage of Castle Island ( 1924-1929 ), to the Secretary of State, India
    Ganzoni, Francis John Childs, 1st Baron Ganzoni ( 1924-1929 ), to the Postmaster-General
    Lindsay, David Alexander Robert, 28th Earl of Crawford ( 1924 ), to the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries
    Stanley, Oliver Frederick George ( 1924-1929 ), to the President of the Board of Education
    Warrender, Victor Alexander George Anthony, 1st Baron Bruntisfield ( 1924-1928 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of South India
    Bathurst, Allen Algernon, Lord Apsley ( 1925-1929 ), to the Minister of Transport
    Boothby, Robert John Graham, 1st and last Baron Boothby ( 1926-1929 ), to the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Winston Churchill)
    Vanneck, William Charles Arcedeckne, 5th Baron Huntingfield of Heveningham Hall ( 1926-1927 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of the Home Office
    Gathorne-Hardy, John David, 4th Earl of Cranbrook ( 1927-1928 ), to the First Commissioner of Works
    Rhys, Charles Arthur Uryan, 8th Baron Dynevor of Dynevor ( 1927-1929 ), to the 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley
    Vanneck, William Charles Arcedeckne, 5th Baron Huntingfield of Heveningham Hall ( 1927-1928 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Mathers, George, 1st and last Baron Mathers ( 1929 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for India and the Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
    Beatty, David Field, 2nd Earl Beatty ( 1931-1936 ), to the Parliamentary Secretary of the Admiralty
    Beaumont, Michael Wentworth ( 1931-1932 ), to Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Education
    Buchan-Hepburn, Patrick George Thomas, 1st and last Baron Hailes ( 1931 ), to Rt. Hon. Oliver Stanley
    Colville, David John, 1st Baron Clydesmuir ( 1931 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of Scotland
    Davidson, John Colin Campbell, 1st Viscount Davidson ( 1931-1937 ), to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
    Dugdale, Thomas Lionel, 1st Baron Crathorne ( 1931 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Dugdale, Thomas Lionel, 1st Baron Crathorne ( 1931-1935 ), to the Secretary of State, Colonies
    Guinness, Thomas Loel Evelyn Bulkeley ( 1931-1935 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Air
    Lindsay, David Alexander Robert, 28th Earl of Crawford ( 1931-1940 ), to the Minister of Health
    Morrison, William Shepherd, 1st Viscount Dunrossil ( 1931-1935 ), to the Attorney-General
    Knatchbull, Michael Herbert Rudolf, 5th Baron Brabourne of Brabourne ( 1932-1933 ), to the Secretary of State for India
    Thomas, James Purdon Lewes, 1st and last Viscount Cilcennin ( 1932-1935 ), to the Secretary of State for the Dominions
    Scrymgeour, Henry James, of Dundee, 11th Earl of Dundee ( 1933-1935 ), to the President of the Board of Education
    Agnew, Peter Garrett, 1st Bt. ( 1935-1937 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Anstruther-Gray, William John St. Clair, Baron Kilmany ( 1935 ), to the Secretary of Overseas Trade
    Beaumont, Ralph Edward Blackett ( 1935-1940 ), to the Postmaster-General
    Douglas-Home, Alexander Frederick, Baron Home of the Hirsel ( 1935-1940 ), to Rt. Hon. Neville Chamberlain
    Dugdale, Thomas Lionel, 1st Baron Crathorne ( 1935 ), to the Secretary of State, Air
    Dugdale, Thomas Lionel, 1st Baron Crathorne ( 1935-1937 ), to the Prime Minister
    Scrymgeour, Henry James, of Dundee, 11th Earl of Dundee ( 1935-1936 ), to the Minister of Agriculture
    Thomas, James Purdon Lewes, 1st and last Viscount Cilcennin ( 1935-1938 ), to the Secretary of State for the Colonies
    Assheton, Ralph, 1st Baron Clitheroe ( 1936-1938 ), to the First Commissioner of Works and the Secretary of State, Colonies
    Astor, William Waldorf, 3rd Viscount Astor ( 1936-1937 ), to the First Lord of the Admiralty
    Bathurst, Allen Algernon, Lord Apsley ( 1936 ), to the Minister of Co-ordination Defence
    Scrymgeour, Henry James, of Dundee, 11th Earl of Dundee ( 1936 ), to the Secretary of State for Scotland
    Strauss, Henry George, 1st and last Baron Conesford ( 1936-1942 ), to the Attorney-General
    Agnew, Peter Garrett, 1st Bt. ( 1937-1939 ), to the President of the First Commissioner of Works
    Smith, Frederick Winston Furneaux, 2nd Earl of Birkenhead ( 1938 ), to the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
    Cary, Robert Archibald, 1st Bt. ( 1939-1942 ), to the Civil Lords of Admiralty
    McCorquodale, Malcolm Stewart, 1st and last Baron McCorquodale of Newton ( 1939 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Bracken, Brendan Rendall, 1st and last Viscount Bracken ( 1940-1941 ), to the Prime Minister
    Cust, Peregrine Francis Adelbert, 6th Baron Brownlow of Belton ( 1940-1941 ), to the Minister of Aircraft Production
    Seely, Hugh Michael, 1st and last Baron Sherwood ( 1940 ), to the Secretary of State for Air
    Thomas, James Purdon Lewes, 1st and last Viscount Cilcennin ( 1940 ), to the Secretary of State for War
    Pearson, Weetman John Churchill, 3rd Viscount Cowdray ( 1941-1942 ), to the Under-Secretary of Air
    Beaumont, Ralph Edward Blackett ( 1942-1945 ), to the Secretary of State for War
    Cary, Robert Archibald, 1st Bt. ( 1942-1945 ), to Secretary of India and Burma
    McCorquodale, Malcolm Stewart, 1st and last Baron McCorquodale of Newton ( 1942-1945 ), to the Minister of labour
    McEntee, Valentine La Touche, 1st and last Baron McEntee ( 1942-1945 ), to the Parliamentary Secretary for the Minister of Worls
    Agnew, Peter Garrett, 1st Bt. ( 1945-1950 ), to the President of the Chief Government Whip
    Agnew, Peter Garrett, 1st Bt. ( 1945-1945 ), to the President of the Assistant Government Whip
    Bruce, Donald William Trevor, Baron Bruce of Donington ( 1945-1950 ), to the Minister of Health
    Robens, Alfred, Baron Robens of Woldingham ( 1945-1947 ), to the Minister of Transport
    Sidney, William Philip, 1st Viscount De L'Isle, V.C. ( May 1945 ), Minister of Food
    Diamond, John, Baron Diamond ( 1947 ), Minister of Works
    Astor, John Jacob ( 1951-1953 ), to the Finance Secretary of Treasury
    Boyle, Edward Charles Gurney, Baron Boyle of Handsworth ( 1951-1952 ), to Parliamentary Under-Secretary of Air
    Carr, Leonard Robert, Baron Carr of Hadley ( 1951-1955 ), to the Foreign Secretary
    Cary, Robert Archibald, 1st Bt. ( 1951-1955 ), to Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Commons
    Fairfax, Thomas Brian McElvie, 13th Lord Fairfax of Cameron ( 1951 ), to the Lord President of the Council
    Stanley, Richard Oliver ( 1951-1955 ), to the First Lord of the Admiralty
    Wood, Richard Frederick, Baron Holderness ( 1951-1953 ), to the Minister of Pensions
    Arbuthnot, John Sinclair-Wemyss, 1st Bt. ( 1952-1955 ), for the Minister of Pensions
    Barber, Anthony Perrinott Lysberg, Baron Barber ( 1952-1955 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of Air
    Boyle, Edward Charles Gurney, Baron Boyle of Handsworth ( 1952 ), to Minister of Defence
    Finlay, Graeme Bell, 1st Bt. ( 1952-1955 ), to the Minister of Health
    Wood, Richard Frederick, Baron Holderness ( 1953-1954 ), to the Minister of State, Board of Trade
    Lambton, Antony Claude Frederick ( 1954 ), to the Minister of Supply
    Wood, Richard Frederick, Baron Holderness ( 1954-1955 ), to the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries
    Carr, Leonard Robert, Baron Carr of Hadley ( 1955 ), to the Prime Minister
    Dance, James Cyril Aubrey George ( 1955-1961 ), to the Secretary of State for Air
    Lambton, Antony Claude Frederick ( 1955-1957 ), to the Foreign Secretary
    Lindsay, Robert Alexander, 29th Earl of Crawford ( 1955-1957 ), to the Finance Secretary of the Treasury
    Arbuthnot, John Sinclair-Wemyss, 1st Bt. ( 1956-1957 ), for the Minister of Health
    Whitelaw, William Stephen Ian, 1st and last Viscount Whitelaw ( 1956 ), to the President of the Board of Trade
    Gibson-Watt, James David, Baron Gibson-Watt ( 1957 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of the War Office
    Lindsay, Robert Alexander, 29th Earl of Crawford ( 1957-1960 ), to the Minister of Housing and Local Government
    Whitelaw, William Stephen Ian, 1st and last Viscount Whitelaw ( 1957-1958 ), to the Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Barber, Anthony Perrinott Lysberg, Baron Barber ( 1958-1959 ), to the Prime Minister
    Chichester-Clark, Robert ( 1958 ), for the Finance Secretary to Treasury
    Bossom, Clive, 2nd Bt. ( 1960-1961 ), to the Joint Parliamentary Secretaries for the Minister of Pensions and National Insurance
    Ferranti, Basil Reginald Vincent Ziani ( 1960-1962 ), to the Minister of State, Home Office
    Royle, Anthony Henry Fanshawe, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond ( 1960-1962 ), to the Secretary for Air
    Royle, Anthony Henry Fanshawe, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond ( 1960 ), to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for the Colonies
    Bossom, Clive, 2nd Bt. ( 1962-1964 ), to the Secretary of State for the Air
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Walter Francis John, 9th Duke of Buccleuch ( 1962-1964 ), to the Secretary of State, Scotland
    Royle, Anthony Henry Fanshawe, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond ( 1962-1964 ), to the Minister of Aviation
    Whitelaw, William Stephen Ian, 1st and last Viscount Whitelaw ( 1962-1964 ), to the Minister of Labour
    Ponsonby, Frederick Edward Neuflize, 10th Earl of Bessborough ( 1963-1964 ), to the Minister of Science
    Bossom, Clive, 2nd Bt. ( 1964 ), to the Ministry of Defence (RAF)
    Boston, Terence George, Baron Boston of Faversham ( 1964-1966 ), to the Minister of Public Buildings and Works
    Dalyell, Thomas, of the Binns ( 1964-1970 ), to Rt. Hon. R. H. S. Crossman
    Shore, Peter David, Baron Shore of Stepney ( 1965-1966 ), to the Prime Minister
    Boston, Terence George, Baron Boston of Faversham ( 1966-1968 ), to the Minister of Power
    Carmichael, Neil George, Baron Carmichael of Kelvingrove ( 1966-1967 ), to the Minister of Technology
    Archer, Peter Kingsley, Baron Archer of Sandwell ( 1967-1970 ), to the Attorney-General
    Ashley, Jack, Baron Ashley of Stoke ( 1967-1968 ), to the Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
    Boston, Terence George, Baron Boston of Faversham ( 1968-1969 ), to the Minister of Transport
    Molloy, William John, Baron Molloy ( 1969-1970 ), to the Minister of Posts and Telecommunication
    Astor, John ( 1970 ), to the Minister of Overseas Development
    Bossom, Clive, 2nd Bt. ( 1970-1972 ), to the Home Secretary
    Churchill, Winston ( 1970-1972 ), to the Minister of Housing and Construction
    Churchill, Winston ( 1972-1973 ), to the Minister of State Foreign and Commonwealth Office
    Cunningham, John Anderson, Baron Cunningham of Felling ( 1972-1976 ), to the Prime Minister
    Gummer, John Selwyn, Baron Deben ( 1972 ), to the Minister of Agriculture
    Ashley, Jack, Baron Ashley of Stoke ( 1974-1976 ), to the Secretary of State, Department of Health and Social Security
    Dean, Joseph Jabez, Baron Dean of Beswick ( 1974-1977 ), to the Minister of State, Civil Service Department
    Hughes, Royston John, Baron Islwyn ( 1974-1975 ), to the Secretary of State, Transport
    Gow, Ian ( 1979-1983 ), to the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher
    Miller, Hilary Duppa ( 1979-1981 ), to the Secretary of State, Defence
    Sainsbury, Timothy Alan Davan ( 1979-1983 ), to the Secretary of State for the Environment
    Stewart, Bernard Harold Ian Halley, Baron Stewartby ( 1979-1983 ), to the Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Evans, John, Baron Evans of Parkside ( 1980-1983 ), to the Leader of the Opposition
    Garel-Jones, William Armand Thomas Tristan, Baron Garel-Jones ( 1981 ), to the Minister of State, Civil Service Department
    Lee, John Robert Louis, Baron Lee of Trafford ( 1981-1983 ), to the Minister of State for Industry
    Lennox-Boyd, Mark Alexander ( 1981-1983 ), to the Energy Secretary
    Mackay, John Jackson, Baron Mackay of Ardbrecknish ( 1982 ), to the Secretary of State, Scotland
    Douglas-Hamilton, James Alexander, Baron Selkirk of Douglas ( 1983-1986 ), to the Foreign and Commonwelath Office Minister
    Foster, Derek, Baron Foster of Bishop Auckland ( 1983-1985 ), to the Leader of the Opposition
    Lee, John Robert Louis, Baron Lee of Trafford ( 1983 ), to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry
    Lennox-Boyd, Mark Alexander ( 1983-1984 ), to Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Needham, Richard Francis ( 1983-1984 ), to the Northern Ireland Secretary
    Sainsbury, Timothy Alan Davan ( 1983 ), to the Secretary of State for Defense
    Lennox-Boyd, Mark Alexander ( 1984-1986 ), to the Assistant Government Whip
    Needham, Richard Francis ( 1984-1985 ), to the Environment Secretary
    Soames, Arthur Nicholas Winston ( 1984-1992 ), to Minister for State Employment
    Douglas-Hamilton, James Alexander, Baron Selkirk of Douglas ( 1986-1987 ), to the Secretary of State [Scotland]
    Forsyth, Michael Bruce, Baron Forsyth of Drumlean ( 1986-1987 ), to the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
    Lennox-Boyd, Mark Alexander ( 1986-1988 ), to the Lord Commissioner of the Treasury
    Arbuthnot, James Norwich ( 1988-1990 ), to the Minister of State, Armed Forces
    Lennox-Boyd, Mark Alexander ( 1988-1990 ), to the Prime Minister
    Arbuthnot, James Norwich ( 1990-1992 ), to the Secretary of State, Department of Trade and Industry
    Bellingham, Henry Campbell ( 1990-1992 ), to the Secretary of State, Transport
    Bellingham, Henry Campbell ( 1992-1995 ), to the Secretary of State, Defence
    Coe, Sebastian Newbold, Baron Coe ( 1994-1995 ), to the Ministers of State for Defence and for the Armed Forces
    Faber, David James Christian ( 1994-1996 ), to the Minister of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
    Bellingham, Henry Campbell ( 1995-1997 ), to the Secretary of State, Foreign Affairs
    Coe, Sebastian Newbold, Baron Coe ( 1995-1996 ), to the Deputy Prime Minister
    Faber, David James Christian ( 1996-1997 ), to the Secretary of State for Health
    Coe, Sebastian Newbold, Baron Coe ( 1997-2001 ), to the Leader of the Opposition
    Count equals 190 individuals.

Parliamentary Private Secretary (P.P.S.)
    Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Basil Sheridan, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava ( 1932-1935 ), President of teh Board of Education
    Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Basil Sheridan, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava ( 1932 ), Parliamentary Under-Secretary to India
    Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Basil Sheridan, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava ( 1935-1936 ), Lord Privy Seal
    Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Basil Sheridan, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava ( 1935 ), Secretary of State for War
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Total count equals 194 individuals.