subclerk

subclerk

(ˈsʌbˌklɑːk; ˈsʌbˌklɜːrk)
n
(Professions) a clerk who is subordinate or assistant to another clerk
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(21) The central administration of the Russian state in 1530 consisted of roughly 25 clerks (d'iaki), perhaps twice as many subclerks (podd'iachie) and the boyar elite (all 30 of them).
In 1843, farmers who had been left responsible for their own protection joined the Three Unities Society for three hundred copper coins to avoid "onerous extractions." During these times, even subclerks, yamen runners, and district magistrates in local government became triad members.