Letter from P R Lempriere to Captain Le Gros informing him that Major General Sir Colin Halkett has accepted his resignation as Captain, various accounts of Philippe Le Gros for bread and carbon are attached to the letter

Reference: L/C/112/B6/13

Date: December 2nd 1828 - January 12th 1835

Copies of correspondence between H Touzel and Colonel Pipon concerning Major Le Maistre's application to Sir Colin Halkett relating to the position of Commander in Chief

Reference: L/C/67/C2/46

Date: April 9th 1825 - April 19th 1825

Official Letter Book of Sir John Le Couteur, includes notes from States of Jersey meetings in the back of the volume, this covers the period when Sir John was Aide de Camp to Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, Constable of St Brelade, 1826 - 1835 and Colonel in the West Regiment of the Militia. Subjects of the letters include; the militia, shares, lifeboats, the States of Jersey, Victoria College, and orders in council [Partial Index]

Reference: L/C/68/C2/2

Date: November 28th 1823 - January 3rd 1830

Official/Personal Letter Book of Sir John Le Couteur, this covers the period when Sir John was Aide de Camp to Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, Constable of St Brelade, 1826 - 1835 and Colonel in the West Regiment of the Militia. Subjects of the letters include; the militia, lifeboats, the proposed abolition of Sunday Elections, and some personal correspondence [Partial Index]

Reference: L/C/68/C2/3

Date: November 7th 1829 - July 27th 1831

Militia Letter book of Colonel Le Couteur whist adjutant to Sir Colin Halkett and Colonel of the West Regiment of the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/68/C4/2

Date: October 5th 1826 - July 25th 1834

Commission of Philip Godfray from Sir Colin Halkett Lieutenant Governor of Jersey appointing him as Captain in the Third or East Regiment of which Charles de la Garde is Colonel of the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/91/A/83

Date: April 29th 1830 - April 29th 1830

Volume of autograph letters written by William Carr Beresford, Viscount Beresford includes letters written to Admiral Berkeley whilst in Portugal during the Peninsular War and letters written to Major General Gordon and Sir Colin Halkett concerning the defence of Jersey whilst he was Governor of the Island

Reference: L/F/57/B/4

Date: April 20th 1797 - May 23rd 1848

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Halkett, Government House to Colonel Pipon, Commander of the South West Regiment concerning the inspection of troops

Reference: L/F/97/M5/31

Date: September 30th 1822 - September 30th 1822

Order from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the winter drills of the Militia

Reference: L/F/97/M5/33

Date: November 28th 1823 - November 28th 1823

Order from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the drills of boys

Reference: L/F/97/M5/34

Date: March 24th 1824 - March 24th 1824

Order and Printed copy from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the resignation of officers of the North West Regiment of the Militia

Reference: L/F/97/M5/35

Date: March 26th 1824 - March 26th 1824

Order from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the inspection of the Militia, drills, and the appointment of Captain Benest and Lieutenant John Hammond as Adjutants

Reference: L/F/97/M5/36

Date: May 3rd 1824 - May 3rd 1824

Order from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the inspection of the North West and South West Regiments of the Militia, and target practice

Reference: L/F/97/M5/37

Date: May 5th 1824 - May 5th 1824

Letter from Colonel Jean Pipon, La Hague to Major General Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning a letter received from Major Philip Le Maistre concerning his decision to retire from the Militia, includes a copy of the letter

Reference: L/F/97/M5/38

Date: February 19th 1825 - March 30th 1825

Order from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning target practice

Reference: L/F/97/M5/39

Date: April 11th 1825 - April 11th 1825

Circular from Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor to Colonel Pipon, Commander of the South West Regiment concerning an inspection of the regimental stores

Reference: L/F/97/M5/40

Date: March 10th 1826 - March 10th 1826

Order from H Touzel, Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the collection from HM Ordnance Storekeeper of the arms of the corps from Fort Regent and Elizabeth Castle

Reference: L/F/97/M5/41

Date: April 15th 1826 - April 15th 1826

Order from J Le Couteur, Acting Inspector of Militia, by order of Sir Colin Halkett, Lieutenant Governor concerning the drill of the Militia

Reference: L/F/97/M5/42

Date: May 20th 1826 - May 20th 1826

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