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 the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to T Le Gallais, Constable of St Saviour re. the unsatisfactory condition of the drill shed near St Saviour's Church

Reference: A/C2/27/11

Date: September 15th 1888 - September 15th 1888

Letter from T Le Gallais, Constable of St Saviour to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] acknowledging receipt of his letter re the drill shed see A/C2/27/11

Reference: A/C2/27/12

Date: September 17th 1888 - September 17th 1888

Letter from the Financial Secretary's Department, War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] request to know when Major W Godfray, late Adjutant Jersey Militia commenced to draw his emoluments as Greffier in the Royal Court

Reference: A/C2/27/13

Date: October 26th 1888 - October 26th 1888

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to the Financial Secretary's Department in reply to the letter of 26 October 1888 see A/C2/27/13 with the information the Greffier commenced his duties on 10 April 1880

Reference: A/C2/27/15

Date: November 10th 1888 - November 10th 1888

Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to an unknown person refers to a letter of 4 Aug 1888 re. Mont Orgueil - not dated

Reference: A/C2/27/16

Date: 1888 - 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

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Brisbane Ewart] [originally enclosed with a copy of G E Merry's letter see A/C2/27/4] forwarding observations on the effect of compulsory military service

Reference: A/C2/27/5

Date: June 5th 1888 - June 5th 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

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Ewart to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office acknowledging receipt of letter from G E Merry, enquiring into the storage of uniforms

Reference: A/C2/27/8

Date: June 14th 1888 - June 14th 1888

Letter from Lothian Nicholson, War Office to Ewart [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart, Lieutenant Governor] re. decoration for Le Cornu [Colonel C P Le Cornu?]

Reference: A/C2/28/1

Date: April 24th 1889 - April 24th 1889

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 the Lieutenant Governor Ewart originally enclosed with a copy of an Act of the Committee of the Defence of the Island see A/C2/28/10 re. the Rifle Range at Gorey Common

Reference: A/C2/28/11

Date: July 13th 1889 - July 13th 1889

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor to E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant-Bailiff thanking him for his letter of the 13 Jul re. the Rifle Range at Gorey Common, unable to find reference to the Military Commission the subject from the previous year

Reference: A/C2/28/12

Date: July 19th 1889 - July 19th 1889

Copy letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant-Bailiff regarding the storage of Arms for the Militia Reserves

Reference: A/C2/28/13

Date: July 19th 1889 - July 19th 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

Draft letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant Bailiff informing him a sum of £136 had been voted by the States for the storage of Arms

Reference: A/C2/28/15

Date: August 17th 1889 - August 17th 1889

Letter from E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant-Bailiff to C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor acknowledging his letter of 17 Aug regarding the storage of Arms, the wish of the Lieutenant-Governor for work to start on the country arsenals first is acknowledged

Reference: A/C2/28/16

Date: August 19th 1889 - August 19th 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

Draft letter to the Bailiff from the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] refers to the Annual Report on the Militia Force 1888, advises provision should be made to keep the arms and equipment in good state in the Arsenals, some extracts from the Report

Reference: A/C2/28/4

Date: May 31st 1889 - May 31st 1889

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