The post continued to adapt to meet the Army's evolving requirements.
He was the first clock-keeper or 'temperatore', and this post continued to be filled, often by different generations of the same family, until 1998.
The post continued to function despite various political changes until after World War II.
The post ended, "I really hope, for my sake, that you all disregard the posting and continue as usual."
This post continued until he retired in early 1952.
Nonetheless, eventually the post became profitable, and continued to function until its closure in 1952.
However, his next post continued to utilize his expertise in Russian.
This was reduced to one sheriff in 1835 and the (now largely ceremonial) post continues to this day.
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The post continued until around 1850, but by 1880 no vestiges of it remained.