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Official correspondence with index. Subjects covered include charges of the Jersey New Waterworks Company; agreement concerning the requisition of houses; admission of children to the Westaway Creche, the Jersey Home for Boys and the Jersey Home for Boys; Compulsory Arbitration Act; bakeries built by occupying forces; reorganisation of States Greffe; royal messages; agricultural policy for 1946; admissions to the asylum; amalgamation of committees; report of the States Analyst; Social Assurance reports; report on awards for death or disablement of internees; auditor's report; Natural Beauties Committee controlled zones; assistance given by Bedford School to Victoria College; butter; 1946-1947 budget; cereal tithes; the civil service; colorado beetle; the conduct of certain inhabitants during the occupation; report on reform of Royal Court; Red Cross; report on divorce; evacuees; export of potatoes; use of the cattle market as a car park; import statistics; Medical Inspector's report; report on Wellington Road Estate; report on the asylum; petition from the Jersey Democratic Movement; agricultural wages; Jersey Loyalists' petition; petition rlelating to holiday camps; report on the prison; the militia; establishment of unemployment bureau; the church at Gorey; Royal Air Force at the airport; resettlement of the island; Terminus Hotel at St Aubin; station at Corbiere; car racing
Date: February 14th 1945 - December 20th 1946
Various committees minute book. Includes committees on: militia regulations; repairs to the Royal Court; finances; commutation of tithes; reports of Royal Commissions; Police salaries; births, marriages and deaths; the opening of the Bar; changes to fishing regulations and vraicing rights; la Route de Anne Port; commemorative tablets offered by P J Ouless; widening of Route de St Aubin; establishment of lunatic asylum; report on Island privilieges; trading agreement with France; lighting; education; Governor's negative vote; widening of King Street; railways; petition of F C Clarke; new Route de St Brelade; commutation of seigneural rights; establishment of telegraph company; Route de Noirmont; waterworks; establishment of harbour at Greve de Lecq; Route des Mielles; road along St Ouen's Bay; sanitary committee; public abatoir
Date: May 31st 1859 - December 13th 1865
Transcript of certificate of George Carteret for expenditure for the period 1646-1650, arising from a lease and grant (with tithes of corn in St Saviour) by Sir Thomas Jermyn, former Governor of Jersey. Endorsed with acknowledgment of Osmund Cooke, Paymaster of the Royal Garrison in Jersey, of receipt of 48,000 livres for 'the paye and entertainment of His Majesties new garrisons'
Date: June 12th 1652
Correspondence regarding complaints by the Rectors over payments from the Grand Tithes. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.
Date: September 18th 1889
Letters sent to Jurat A Durell Lerrier, President of the Committee for the Commutation of the Tithe (dimes) from Samuel Wright of St John, Clement Le Hardy, Rector of St Peter, Edward Falle, Rector of St Brelade, Abraham Le Sueur, Rector of Grouville, George Clement, Rector of St Ouen, Thomas Orange, Rector of St Lawrence and William Du Heaume, Rector of Trinity with details of payments of tithes to the churches in their parishes
Date: August 21st 1858 - June 5th 1859
Copy of a contract between Thomas Olivier, minister and pasteur of St Helier, Thomas de Soullemont, constable of St Helier, Jean Rommeril, Jean Le Geyt and Jean Herault - procureurs [attorney's] of St Helier of one party and Aaron Messervy, advocat of the King, and Jean Norman chief farmer of bleds [wheat] of HM in St Helier of the second party. Lists the boudries set on wasteland that has now been brought into cultivation and that now requires a dimes nouvales [new tithe] to be set upon it. Comprehensive list of all wasteland that is now to be cultivated included
Date: May 4th 1597
Counter-exchange between Reverend Edouard du Pré, Rector of St Helier, Philip Winter, Constable of St Helier, Philippe Valpy dit Janvrin, a Procureur du Bien Public, Jean Millais, a Churchwarden, on behalf of the church, which is entitled to one tenth of the Grande Dixme de grain in St Helier of the first party and Aaron de Veulle, procureur of Thomas Pipon, who is entitled nine tenths of the Grande Dixme de grain in St Helier of the second party. Records that 1 cedes to 2 the right to one tenth of the Grande DIxme de grain in counter-exchange 2 cedes to 1 5 vergees of land in Clos de Ficquet in the Fief de Surville, St Helier. Registered: Livre 111, Folio 82.
Date: September 29th 1810
Terrier des Dimes for St Ouens Parish contains details of and names of people and properties and rentes payable on land to the Rector of the Parish Church
Date: August 12th 1721 - November 17th 1725