Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Lothian Nicholson] re. correspondence regarding Sergeant Henry Vint and preparation of lists of lads to be called for drill in 1881 & 1882 forwarded to President of the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/22/6

Date: April 14th 1882 - April 14th 1882

Letter from Edward Mourant Lieutenant Bailiff to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson acknowledging receipt of his letter and calling the attention of the Defence Committee for provision of article 2 & 45 of the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/23/1

Date: February 8th 1883 - February 8th 1883

Letter from the Bailiff G Bertram to Lieutenant Governor Wray acknowledging receipt of letter with reference to lists of men liable to serve in the Militia being referred to the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/25/16

Date: December 9th 1886 - December 9th 1886

Letter from the Bailiff George Bertram to the Lieutenant Governor Wray with reference to letter of 15 April 1887 see A/C2/26/8 re. request for £12 to move the Gardner machine guns for the use of the Militia, the sum approved by the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/26/12

Date: April 20th 1887 - April 20th 1887

Letter from the Bailiff, George Bertram to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] re. the sum of £3 voted to Gunner H Hall by the Defence Committee, originally enclosed with letter from the Greffier writing on behalf of the Defence Committee see A/C2/27/9

Reference: A/C2/27/10

Date: July 9th 1888 - July 9th 1888

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor C B Ewart to the Bailiff George Bertram originally enclosed with a letter from Colonel de la Taste and Court of Inquiry proceedings see A/C2/27/2 regarding injury of H Hall, a matter for the Defence Committee to provide relief for the family

Reference: A/C2/27/3

Date: May 26th 1888 - May 26th 1888

Act signed by the Greffier W Bertram Godfray & the Committee for the Defence of the Island re. the compensation claim by H Hall see A/C2/27/2 and the Committee's decision

Reference: A/C2/27/6

Date: June 7th 1888 - June 7th 1888

Letter from the Bailiff George Bertram to the Lieutenant Governor Ewart originally enclosed with the Act from the Committee for the Defence of the Island see A/C2/27/6

Reference: A/C2/27/7

Date: June 12th 1888 - June 12th 1888

Copy letter from W B Godfray, Greffier on behalf of the Defence Committee re. the sum of money voted to H Hall

Reference: A/C2/27/9

Date: July 7th 1888 - July 7th 1888

Copy of Act of the Defence Committee signed by the Greffier the Committee request to see a report the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] prepared about Gorey

Reference: A/C2/28/10

Date: July 12th 1889 - July 12th 1889

Letter from E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant-Bailiff to C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor informing him the matter of the storage of the Arms had been brought before the States, the Acting President of the Defence Committee stated the examination of the Arsenals by the States Engineer would be completed the next week

Reference: A/C2/28/14

Date: July 23rd 1889 - July 23rd 1889

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to W B Godfray, Greffier acknowledging receipt of his letter of the previous day, Defence Committee voted £16 for conveyance of Militia in uniform by railway to Gorey Common on the anniversary of Queen Victoria's Birthday

Reference: A/C2/28/2

Date: May 2nd 1889 - May 2nd 1889

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Sir Edwin Hopton] informing him of a proposed States Sitting on 26 May to the purpose of receiving a report from the Defence Committee in response from a Petition from the Constable of St Clement on behalf of his parishioners who own property by the coast and are concerned by the damages made by the sea

Reference: A/C2/36/1

Date: May 21st 1897 - May 21st 1897

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner and H Le V dit Durell, Attorney General's Chambers to the President and members of the Defence Committee regarding sending troops from the Jersey Militia to London for the Coronation of Edward VII under certain conditions

Reference: A/C2/38/1

Date: March 8th 1902 - March 8th 1902

Copy letter from M Le Gallais to the President of the Defence Committee originally enclosed with the accounts for the Jersey Coronation contingent

Reference: A/C2/38/13

Date: July 19th 1902 - July 19th 1902

Copy letter from Major D A A G Royal Jersey Militia to the President of the Defence Committee originally enclosed with the accounts of the Coronation contingent which took part in the ceremonies

Reference: A/C2/38/16

Date: August 19th 1902 - August 19th 1902

Letter to the D A A General from the Adjutant recommending to the Defence Committee that the North shed Old Town Arsenal should be covered

Reference: A/C2/38/17

Date: November 12th 1902 - November 12th 1902

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Deputy Governor re. roof at St Helier's Arsenal informing him the matter had been referred by the Defence Committee to the Constable of St Helier

Reference: A/C2/38/20

Date: December 5th 1902 - December 5th 1902

Letter from P Briard Lieutenant Bailiff to the Deputy Governor informing him arrangements had been made by the Defence Committee for the use of Springfield by the Militia until 31 March

Reference: A/C2/39/12

Date: February 4th 1903 - February 4th 1903

Letter from J A Perree RJA & HS to the Defence Committee informing him the grounds at Springfield will be in use for a show requesting the information is conveyed to the Military Authorities

Reference: A/C2/39/13

Date: February 5th 1903 - February 5th 1903

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