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

Letter Book of Major General Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, 1821 - 1830 [indexed by recipient]

Reference: A/A1/7

Date: November 6th 1821 - August 15th 1831

Letter Book of Major General Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, 1821 - 1830 concerning the garrison [indexed]

Reference: A/A1/8

Date: March 9th 1827 - December 9th 1830

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 Governors, Major General Sir C Halkett and Major General Sir W Thornton, Letter Book of correspondence with the Secretary of State in London, 1823 - 1830 and Lieutenant Governors, Major General Sir James Reynett, and Major General Sir J F Love's Letter Book of correspondence with Island Authorities, 1847 - 1859 [Partially Indexed]

Reference: A/A5/10

Date: October 21st 1823 - October 5th 1859

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

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the possible relocation of Goverment House to more suitable premises, includes a typed transcription

Reference: A/A6/1

Date: November 30th 1821 - November 30th 1821

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the possible relocation of Goverment House to more suitable premises, includes a typed transcription

Reference: A/A6/2

Date: December 18th 1821 - December 18th 1821

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the possible relocation of Goverment House, includes a typed transcription

Reference: A/A6/3

Date: December 31st 1821 - December 31st 1821

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the possible relocation of Goverment House to Belmont House, includes a typed transcription

Reference: A/A6/4

Date: December 31st 1821 - December 31st 1821

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the relocation of Goverment House to Belmont House

Reference: A/A6/5

Date: January 14th 1822 - January 14th 1822

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the transfer of deeds to Belmont House St Saviour

Reference: A/A6/6

Date: November 20th 1822 - November 20th 1822

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the transfer of responsibility for Belmont House St Saviour to the Barrack Master

Reference: A/A6/7

Date: November 20th 1822 - November 20th 1822

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the transfer of responsibility for Belmont House St Saviour and to unanswered correspondence

Reference: A/A6/8

Date: April 10th 1823 - April 10th 1823

Ledger of Lieutenant Governor's accounts with the Treasury, includes; copy letters concerning accounts and summaries, 1816 - 1840, annual contingent accounts, 1824 - 1829, report of inspections of garrison battalions by Governor Halket

Reference: A/B/2

Date: 1816 - 1842

Letter from Thomas Le Breton, Procureur General & W Dupré, Advocate General, Jersey to Major General Sir C Halkett re. expenses for repairs to Militia stores

Reference: A/C2/3/1

Date: February 25th 1830 - February 25th 1830

Letter from Thomas Le Breton & W Dupré, Jersey to Major General Sir C Halkett re. repair and building of artillery stores

Reference: A/C2/3/2

Date: March 9th 1830 - March 9th 1830

Letter from Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor to the Constable of St Clement, J Le Maistre, requesting the drill shed in St Clement to be examined, cleaned and repaired [Date 15/11/18 rest of date obscured-Halkett Lieutenant Governor from 1821-1830]

Reference: F/B/P1/6

Date: 1821 - 1830

Letter from Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor to the Constable of St Clement requesting the drill shed in St Clement to be repaired, cleaned and floor levelled

Reference: F/B/P1/7

Date: November 5th 1828 - November 5th 1828

Letter from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia by order of Major General Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor, concerning orders for militia drills

Reference: L/C/112/B11/2

Date: May 6th 1823

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