Copy letter from Government House [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff informing him the Coronation is expected to take place on 9 August and the Home Authorities have sanctioned a contingent of the Royal Jersey Militia to attend, asking him if the States are still desirous for the men to go and if the States will bear the expenses

Reference: A/C2/38/11

Date: July 19th 1902 - July 19th 1902

Letter from W Venables Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the States are desirous of the contingent of the Royal Jersey Militia proceeding to London for the Coronation celebrations and will bear the expense

Reference: A/C2/38/14

Date: July 26th 1902 - July 26th 1902

Copy letter from H R Abadie, Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff informing him he will be out of the Island for the Coronation

Reference: A/C2/38/15

Date: August 5th 1902 - August 5th 1902

Copy letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff informing him the Home Authorities had authorised a Detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to proceed to London for the Coronation celebrations under certain conditions, request for the views of the States

Reference: A/C2/38/2

Date: May 8th 1902 - May 8th 1902

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] originally enclosed with A/C2/38/3 informing him the States unanimously sanctioned the sending of a detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to London to participate in the Coronation celebrations

Reference: A/C2/38/4

Date: May 10th 1902 - May 10th 1902

Post Office Telegraph from the Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the Coronation was postponed indefinitely due to the illness of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/5

Date: June 24th 1902 - June 24th 1902

Letter from Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him of the indefinite postponement of the Coronation due to the illness of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/6

Date: June 24th 1902 - June 24th 1902

Post Office Telegraph from the Home Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] information regarding the condition of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/7

Date: June 25th 1902 - June 25th 1902

Letter from the Under Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] regarding the expenses of mobilising the Jersey Militia originally enclosed with a letter from the War Office

Reference: A/C2/39/1

Date: January 1st 1904 - January 1st 1904

Letter from H Durell, Solicitor General to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] regarding the liability of Captain Pritchard's sons to service in the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/39/11

Date: February 4th 1903 - February 4th 1903

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] originally enclosed with letter from J A Perree see A/C2/3913 informing of the dates the RJA & HS need the use of Springfield for a Show

Reference: A/C2/39/14

Date: February 16th 1903 - February 16th 1903

Copy letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] with the opinion Captain Pritchard's sons are not liable for military service under the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/39/15

Date: February 23rd 1903 - February 23rd 1903

Letter from H R A [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] Government House to Under Secretary of State originally enclosed with a letter from the Law Officers regarding the liability of Captain Pritchard's sons for military service, request to consult the English Law Officers

Reference: A/C2/39/16

Date: February 26th 1903 - February 26th 1903

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] in reply to his letter of 26 March A/C2/39/16 regarding Captain Pritchard's sons & advising him of his opinion that the Law Officers advice was so clear the English Law Officers need not be consulted

Reference: A/C2/39/17

Date: March 3rd 1903 - March 3rd 1903

Letter from H R A [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff regarding the storage of an additional supply of arms and equipment at La Collette which needs the appropriate fittings to be supplied

Reference: A/C2/39/19

Date: March 30th 1903 - March 30th 1903

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] in reply to his letter of 30 March A/C2/39/20 regarding expenditure of £20 for fittings in the store at La Collette

Reference: A/C2/39/20

Date: April 3rd 1903 - April 3rd 1903

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Under Secretary of State requesting on whom the expenses would fall if the Jersey Militia was mobilised

Reference: A/C2/39/26

Date: November 7th 1903 - November 7th 1903

Letter from H R A [Major General Henry Richard Abadie], Government House to the Bailiff regarding the decision of the Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society not to allow use of Springfield for drill practice, request that a suitable place can be found

Reference: A/C2/39/7

Date: January 15th 1903 - January 15th 1903

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] acknowledging receipt of his letter of his letter of 15 January see A/C2/39/7 informing him the matter of an area for drill practice had been referred to the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/39/8

Date: January 20th 1903 - January 20th 1903

Letter from Henry Cunynghame, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] originally enclosed with a copy of letter of 24 Dec see A/C2/39/25 regarding 'incidence of the expense of mobilisation of the Jersey Militia'

Reference: A/C2/40/1

Date: January 1st 1904 - January 1st 1904

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