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'The Jersey Advertiser & Weekly News' published every Wednesday, Proprietor William Francis Le Cocq, 9 Byron Road St Helier articles re. petitions regarding abolition of compulsory military service and increase of representation in St Helier and celebration of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee 1 newsprint
Date: 16 February 1887
Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to W B Godfray, Greffier acknowledging receipt of his letter of the previous day, Defence Committee voted £16 for conveyance of Militia in uniform by railway to Gorey Common on the anniversary of Queen Victoria's Birthday
Date: 2 May 1889
Date: 12 August 1890 - 28 October 1890
Date: 18 June 1887 - 18 May 1935
Bailiff's Official Correspondence. [Indexed]. Includes references to; Grande Anquette Beacon, Allegiance, the fire at the Town Arsenal, registration of architects, the oath of allegiance, the Assise d'Heritage, bills of parliament, Sunday playing by bands, Blanche Banques rifle range, permissions to transport and exhume bodies, complaints, movement of cattle, copyright, release and removal of convicts, the census, the Commission Rogatoire, Consuls, Defence, the death of Queen Victoria, permits, primary education, fishing boats, Gorey Regatta, gifts of guns, the Jersey Industrial School, the lunatic asylum, naturalisation, the prison, fishing and sale of fish, patronage, rembours de rentes, the theatre, telephones at Bonne Nuit and Victoria College Medals
Date: 3 May 1899 - 1 November 1901
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: an arsenal for St Helier Battalion; the library; registration; buoy near Chausseys; importation of French cattle from Guernsey; the census; export of grain; oyster fishing; heating in the Royal Court; punishment of crime; resignation of Jurat Philip de Carteret; protestant dissenters; distilleries and the trade in spirits; distressed seamen from the wreck 'Medusa'; dock dues; dredging; gas lighting in St Helier; extente of 1331; book entitled 'The Fortress'; gunpowder; improvements to St Helier harbour; exports from Mont Orgueil harbour; Jurat Le Couteur; maintenance of Kempt and Lewis Towers at St Ouen; sending lunatics to England or France and lunatics in the General Hospital; magazines; mails between England and the Channel Islands; marriage of Queen Victoria; sale of land from Jean and Thomas Perchard for Beresford Street market; painting of the laying of the foundation stone at St Helier harbour by G S Reynolds; petition against French imports; petition from the inhabitants of Gorey concerning fishing; better regulation of the prison; quakers and moravians; hoisting the yellow flag of quarantine; the Savings Bank and foreign vessels
Date: 13 March 1837 - 15 November 1847
Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: agriculture; Route de Archirondel; wreck of the 'Atlas'; death of Governor Beresford; Superintendent registrar; St Saviour's cemetery; 1851 census; Corbiere lighthouse; the cutter 'Despatch'; death of the Duchess of Gloucester; deputies in the States; Jane de la Taste's property in the Royal Square; States Chamber; Friendly Societies Act; death of Governor Mundy; beacons; the hospital; accident to battery horse; transfer of property; repairs to La Crete and Le Tacquerel batteries; Gorey pier; Handois lighthouse; railway shed on Albert Quay; market inspectors; Merchant Shipping Bill; Orders in Council; oysters; parochial taxation; swords; proclamation of peace; penal law; petitions; petty debts; St Helier police; portraits of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert for Victoria College; royal births; St Martin's parish rate; rifle range; Royal Bay of Grouville; salvage; seigneurial rights; Queen Victoria's visit; tea duty; Victoria College
Date: 23 February 1848 - 29 December 1860
Various committee minutes, with index. Committees include agriculture; public archives and the library; admission to the Bar; importation of eau de cologne; regulation of hawkers; increasing the number of St Helier and St Saviour deputies; legality of nomination of the Dean; commutation of seigneurial rights; States debates; lighting; St Mannelier and St Anastase schools; public elections; Sunday closing; fires; burials; slips at La Roque and St Brelade; Queen Victoria's Jubilee; acquisition of properties to the west of Royal Court; houses near Mont Orgueil Castle; margarine; General Don monument; the prison; civil and criminal procedure; the Public registry; sanitation; ammendment of law relating to innkeepers; vraicing; a quorum and procedure in the States; stone, sand and gravel; public contributions; Official Secrets Act, 1889
Date: 17 February 1885 - 12 July 1894
Report regarding Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, recommendation to erect a landing stage presented by Jurat J Picot and Proposition presented by Jurat J G Falle for the establishment of a Museum. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.
Date: 10 January 1887
Sermon preached in the Town Church, St Helier by Reverend Thomas Le Neveu on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the accession of Queen Victoria, in the presence of Henry Wray, Lieutenant Governor, John Picot, Lieutenant Bailiff and members of the States. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.
Date: 21 June 1887
Act regarding the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the accession of Queen Victoria adopted by the States and the sermon preached in the Town Church on this occasion by George Orange Balleine, Dean of Jersey. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.
Date: 22 June 1897
Royal Pardon. Conditional Pardon granted to Thomas Nicolle by Queen Victoria. Pardon on death sentence pardon granted on condition of transportation.
Date: 4 April 1846
Date: 25 June 1852
Headmaster's Diary for the Jersey Industrial School. This volume records the daily events at the school and has been indexed by name of the person mentioned. An index has been attached listing the page numbers a person is mentioned on. This volume has been digitised so please refer to the pdf containing the relevant page number/s
Date: 1 January 1897 - 30 April 1902