Actes des Etats. The Actes or Minutes begin on 10 September 1603. Before this date, the actes of the assembly were recorded in the records of the Royal Court, mainly in the Samedi Court, but also in the Cour de Cattel and Cour d'Héritage. An index to the Actes from 1524 - 1960 is available in the Jersey Archive Reading Room.
|Names||States of Jersey|
|Keywords||States of Jersey Assembly | minutes | acts of the States of Jersey|
|Level of description||Sub-fonds|
C/A1/1A States minutes, with oath on first page Includes loose in front of the volume: Articles against John Herault, Bailiff, by Phillip Lempriere and Ellias de Carteret, Procureur in Jersey, 13 June 1620, concerning the Bailiff's dispute with the Governor at the States meeting on 1 April 1620 and over the presentation of the Dean's credentials and the Bailiff's powers at the same meeting.
C/A1/5 States minutes Includes stuck to flyleaf: Memorandum of the Constable of St John concerning the building of a store or magazine as ordered by the States, 13 July 1758, and a list of five persons agreeing to import grain for the use of forces on the island, 11 May 1757
C/A1/6 States minutes Including pasted on flyleaf: Memorandum concerning letter to the Lieutenant Bailiff concerning sending Customs officers from England, 20 December 1764
C/A1/10 States minutes with an index at the front of the volume relating to subjects, people and places mentioned. Subjects include the militia, forts and castles, roads, naturalisations, the hospital, imports and the establishment of a public market.
C/A1/20 States minutes, including index Including loose in volume: Transcript of States minutes 7 November 1883 concerning enlargement of the quay 'de l'ancienne chausee', in St Helier with [copy?] note from Major General H Wray, the Lieutenant Governor, stating that he does not consider the matter of sufficient importance to exercise his right of veto, 13 November 1883