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Petition to Sir Francis Bingham, Lieutenant Governor; William H V Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from Charles Hill & Sons, The Ald Steamship Co Ltd and The Plymouth, Channel Islands & Brittany Steamship Co Ltd objecting to the Reglement passed by the States on 15/03/1927 which agreed permission to build a depot for the storage of petrol at the rear of La Folie Inn, thereby making it a necessity for tankers to enter the harbour. The petitioners point out the dangers of this descision. Presented by Edward Le Quesne, Deputy of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

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Reference

D/AP/U/127

Date

March 14th 1929 - March 14th 1929

Names

States Greffe
States of Jersey
Bingham, Sir Francis Richard, 1863-1935, Major General, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey 1924-1929
La Folie Inn
Le Quesne, Edward
Charles Hill and Sons
Ald Steamship Company Limited
Plymouth, Channel Islands and Brittany Steamship Company Limited

Keywords

petitions | signatures | petrol | imports | steamers | St Helier Harbour

Dimensions

1 Paper

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please consult digital copy

Closed until

2100

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