Letter Book of General Don containing correspondence concerning the Jersey garrison [indexed], 1810 - 1814. The later half of the book contains the Governor's Letter Book of Correspondence with the Home Office [Lieutenant General Sir Tomkins Hilgrove Turner, 1814 - 1816, Major General Sir Hugh MacKay Gordon, 1816 - 1821, and Major General Sir Colin Halkett, 1821 - 1830]

Reference: A/A1/6

Date: June 23rd 1810 - November 3rd 1823

Lieutenant Governors, Lieutenant General Don, Lieutenant General Sir T H Turner, Major General Sir H M Gordon, and Major General Sir Colin Halkett's, Letter Book containing correspondence with the Auditors Office, Somerset Place relating to Jersey accounts

Reference: A/A5/1

Date: November 26th 1807 - April 28th 1830

Lieutenant Governor, Lieutenant General Sir T H Turner and Major General Sir H M Gordon's, Garrison Letter Book [Indexed]

Reference: A/A5/3

Date: June 19th 1815 - January 23rd 1821

Lieutenant Governors, Major General Sir H M Gordon, Major General Sir Colin Halkett, Sir E Gibbs, and Major General Sir J H Reynett's, Garrison Letter Book [Indexed]

Reference: A/A5/4

Date: January 21st 1820 - December 2nd 1847

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Hugh MacKay Gordon to the Honorary Police of St Clement asking them to make all strangers living in the parish report to Mr Anley, Inspector of Strangers on 26/03/1820 and to be vigilant of foreigners employed in the schools of the parish as books that threaten to sap the religion of the Island have been circulated

Reference: F/B/P1/14

Date: March 17th 1820 - March 17th 1820

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Major General Sir Hugh MacKay Gordon to the Constable of St Clement relating to the practice of the militia of firing after the end of drill which is to be punishable by 10 livres fine

Reference: F/B/P1/5

Date: June 12th 1821 - June 12th 1821

Commission of Philip Godfray from Hugh Mackay Gordon Lieutenant Governor of Jersey appointing him as Second Lieutenant in the Third or East Regiment of which John De Veulle is Colonel of the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/91/A/68

Date: May 25th 1818 - May 25th 1818

Commission appointing John Hammond to the rank of Second Lieutenant in the Third or East Regiment of the Militia of the Island, whereof John de Veulle is Colonel. Signed by Major General Hugh Mackay Gordon, Colonel of the Sixteenth Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant-Governor of the Island of Jersey and Commander-in-Chief of the Island of Jersey.

Reference: L/F/08/M1/3

Date: January 12th 1819 - January 12th 1819

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