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Appointments and resignations of Viscount and Deputy Viscount, includes the law establishing the Viscount's Department
Date: 25 December 1875 - 27 December 1939
Papers relating to a claim from Charles Edward Hill, Inglenook, Clair Vale Road, St Helier, includes; Requisition orders giving valuations of requisitioned items Note by Bailiff on the case reciting Common Law and emergency legislation relevant to the case
Date: 27 December 1940 - 1 December 1946
Arrival of the Motor Vehicles Purchasing Commission of the Central Foreign Dept. Military Order for the purchase of Motor Vehicles, dated 27/09/1940. List of Jersey Post Office Vans. Correspondence with the Department of Transport and Communications, re. specific cars. Payment for requisitioned vehicles.
Date: 27 September 1940 - 16 September 1943
Official correspondence relating to R R Lempriere dealing with the matter that he was a Jurat and then was appointed to the Office of the Viscount and the subsequent problems of relinquishing his position as a Jurat by the correct procedure. Lodge au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.
Date: 1 April 1895
Date: 5 July 1941
Date: 1996 - 1999
Date: 1989 - 1999
Treasurer of the States of Jersey general correspondence and filing concerning the Viscount's Department
Date: 6 April 1999 - 11 December 2000
Treasurer of the States and President of the Finance and Economics Committee's general correspondence and filing concerning the Viscount's Department
Date: 9 January 2001 - 1 October 2001
Enforcement Functions. The Viscount's Department is required to execute, enforce and carry out orders of the Courts (and duties imposed by Law) as effectively, efficiently and speedily as possible, this includes the collection of fines, receipts of bail moneys and enforcement of maintenance orders.
Correspondence between R R Lempriere, Viscount and H G Pierrepoint concerning the execution of Thomas Connan, includes; receipts from E Le Neindre, Watches, Clocks, Jewellery Repairs, 13, Hilgrove Lane used as evidence in the case, papers found on Connan at the time of his arrest, photographs of the gallows at Newgate Street Prison, inquest verdict on the body of Thomas Connan and instructions on the building of a gallows and carrying out of the execution and papers concerning the imprisonment of Conan's sister, Marie Françoise Le Guen.
Date: 1906 - 1907
File concerning Prisoners who were sentenced to death and subsequently transferred to UK prisons after their sentences were commuted
Date: 1965 - 1984
Papers concerning an individual sentenced to penal servitude for 7 years and sent to Winchester Prison