Letter from Horace West, Secretary of State Home Department to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] acknowledging receipt of his letter of 30 March 1894 see A/C2/33/3 the recommendation of an honour for Colonel C P Le Cornu will be brought to the attention of the Prime Minister for consideration

Reference: A/C2/33/4

Date: April 3rd 1894 - April 3rd 1894

Letter from Horace West, Secretary of State Home Department to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] explaining the situation as regards honours for the Channel Islands, requests the Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey should support the application for Colonel Le Cornu's award

Reference: A/C2/33/5

Date: April 9th 1894 - April 9th 1894

Letter from E Markham Lieutenant-Governor to Horace West, Secretary of State Home Department originally enclosed with the letter of support for Colonel Le Cornu's award, from Lieutenant- Governor in Guernsey Stevenson see A/C2/33/7

Reference: A/C2/33/8

Date: April 16th 1894 - April 16th 1894

Letter from Horace West, Home Office to E Markham, Lieutenant- Governor acknowledging receipt of his letter of the 16th April

Reference: A/C2/33/9

Date: April 18th 1894 - April 18th 1894

Post Office Telegraph from the Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the Coronation was postponed indefinitely due to the illness of the King

Reference: A/C2/38/5

Date: June 24th 1902 - June 24th 1902

Letter from the Under Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] regarding the expenses of mobilising the Jersey Militia originally enclosed with a letter from the War Office

Reference: A/C2/39/1

Date: January 1st 1904 - January 1st 1904

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] in reply to his letter of 26 March A/C2/39/16 regarding Captain Pritchard's sons & advising him of his opinion that the Law Officers advice was so clear the English Law Officers need not be consulted

Reference: A/C2/39/17

Date: March 3rd 1903 - March 3rd 1903

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him the Army Council had agreed to forward £70 to him to meet incidental expenses which may be incurred to 31 March 1904 in carrying out the provision of the Militia Law of 1903

Reference: A/C2/40/12

Date: March 19th 1904 - March 19th 1904

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Under Secretary of State Home Office regarding the new Militia Law and the necessity to cover expenses, a request for £70

Reference: A/C2/40/8

Date: January 25th 1904 - January 25th 1904

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] originally enclosed with a letter from the War Office regarding the issue of medals for long service and good conduct, request if there are any recommendations from the Channel Islands Militia

Reference: A/C2/41/2

Date: January 25th 1905 - January 25th 1905

Letter form H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office in reply to his letter of 25 January A/C2/41/2 informing him there are several non-commissioned officers and men of the Jersey Militia who conform with the Army Order and deserve recognition for their service

Reference: A/C2/41/3

Date: February 7th 1905 - February 7th 1905

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] enclosed with account of the expenses incurred by him in London after the Patch case was taken up by the Attorney General see A/C2/40/47 Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February see A/C2/42/14 and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re expenses incurred during the Patch case with transcript

Reference: A/C2/42/14

Date: February 5th 1906 - February 5th 1906

Copy letter from H S Gough Lieut Governor to A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February (see A/C2/42/14) and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re. expenses incurred during the Patch case (with transcript)

Reference: A/C2/42/15

Date: February 6th 1906 - April 6th 1906

Copy letter from H S Gough Lieut Governor to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office forwarding details of the Attorney General's [A Hilgrove Turner] expenses during the A G Jersey v Patch case

Reference: A/C2/42/16

Date: February 6th 1906 - February 6th 1906

Copy letter from the Under Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieut Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] regarding payment to the Attorney General [A Hilgrove Turner] for expenses incurred during the Patch case

Reference: A/C2/42/23

Date: March 13th 1906 - March 13th 1906

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office re. the transfer of Mont Orgueil Castle

Reference: A/C2/42/4

Date: January 13th 1906 - January 13th 1906

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] re. the military title of the Officer holding the appointment of Lieutenant Governor in the Island to be changed to 'Commanding the Troops'

Reference: A/C2/42/43

Date: April 20th 1906 - April 20th 1906

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office re. military title of Officer holding appointment of Lieutenant Governor

Reference: A/C2/42/45

Date: May 1st 1906 - May 1st 1906

Letter from the Librarian of the Home Office to W W Maitland Government Secretary requesting six copies of the Jersey Militia Act

Reference: A/C2/42/5

Date: January 15th 1906 - January 15th 1906

Copy letter from W W Maitland Government Secretary to the Greffier requesting six copies of the Jersey Militia Act for the Home Office Librarian

Reference: A/C2/42/6

Date: January 17th 1906 - January 17th 1906

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