Comments

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: accidents to soldiers crossing the causeway to Elizabeth Castle; registration of the Church Building Acts; Privy Council comments on the Finance Act of 1897; Prison-made Goods Act, 1897; International Copyright Act and petition by artists; royal jubilee; royal birthday; medical superintendent for asylum; resignation of George Bertram; nomination of George Balleine as Hospital chaplain; death of Prince of Battenburg; surrender of lease on Blanches Banques rifle range; certificates of origin of goods from Spain; offer to the States from War Office concerning Martello Towers; property near Mont Orgueil transferred to railway company; ecclesiastical district of Gouray; Petty Debts court; Westaway gift of painting by J H Lander; reformatory schools; precautions against the epidemic in Guernsey; Haldanes notes on the Jersey Prison Board; importation of dogs; Jersey Savings Bank; Governor's address to States; harbour rights; reorganisation of the militia; Naturalisation Act, 1898; petition of St Clement's concerning import dues; a quorum and procedure in the States; St Luke's School on an inquest into a dead child; regulations of the Jersey Railways and Tramways Ltd; Uniforms Act, 1894; Lt Governor's veto

Reference

C/A5/8

Date

January 14th 1895 - December 29th 1899

Names

States of Jersey
Prison Board
Bertram, George
Balleine, George
Lander, John Helier
Jersey Savings Bank
Jersey Railways and Tramways Limited
St Luke's School

Keywords

States of Jersey Assembly | Correspondence | accidents | Churches | Finance | Copyright | Artists | royal deaths | royal jubilees | rifle-ranges | Martello towers | Railways | inquests | impôts | asylums | prisons | industrial schools | ecclesiastical districts | Dogs | epidemics | Militia | petty debts court | Elizabeth Castle | Guernsey | Spain | St Clement

Dimensions

1 volume

Language

English
French

Level of description

file

Context:

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