Appointments to these nominally, vice-regal offices were limited to six members of the Maltese Nobility for whom the yearly appointments were first created by Governor Thomas MAITLAND.

The six offices were abolished in 1839 and the powers merged with those of the local magistrates of police.


(1)  Distretto Valletta: -The Knight (Sir) Pietro Paolo PARISIO MOSCATI.

Vittoriosa: - Dr Giuseppe Casha JUD.

Senglea: - Dr Teodoro (Claudio) Vincenzo Bonnici JUD, later Knighted.

Cospicua: - Filippo Giovanni Castagna.

Floriana: - Gaetano Fabri.

(2) Distretto Notabile: - The Count Baldassare SANT.

Mosta: - Giovanni Maria Chetcuti.

Zebbug: - Notary Pietro Buttigieg, (1764-1837).

Siggiewi: - Dr Michele Angelo Azzopardi JUD.

(3) Distretto Sant'Antonio: - The Count Romualdo BARBARO.

Birkirkara: - Dr Gregorio Gatt JUD.

Naxxar:  - Notary Ignazio Debono.

Gharghur: - Antonio Benett.

Lija:  - Notary Luigi Falzon.

Balzan: - Giuseppe Frendo.

Attard: - Notary Francesco Saverio Zarb.

(4) Distretto Zeitun: - The Baron Pasquale SCEBERRAS TRIGONA.

Zejtun: - Giuseppe Abela.

Zabbar: - Agostino Said.

Tarxiem: Giuseppe Montebello.

Asciach: - Tomaso Mallia.

Gudia: - Giorgio Bonavia.

Luca: - Lorenzo Casha.

(5) Distretto Curmi: - The Marquis Giuseppe TESTAFERRATA VIANI.

Curmi: - Giovanni Casha.

Zurrico: - Alessandro Damato.

Crendi: - Dr Francesco Zammit JUD.

Micabiba: - Giuseppe Magro.

Safi/Chircop: Giuseppe Abdilla.

(6) Distretto Gozo: - The Baron Pietro Paolo TESTAFERRATA.

Nadur: - Salvatore Attard.

Xeuchia: - Paolo Cassar.

Caccia: - Liberto Grech.

Garbo: - Michele Gauci.

Sannat: - Giuseppe Muscat.

Zebbug: - Vincenzo Mizzi.

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