Letter from William Huskisson, Downing Street, London to Lieutenant General Gordon re Lieutenant Colonel Le Couteur's allowances for house rent and houses

Reference: A/C2/1/1

Date: October 20th 1800 - October 20th 1800

Letter from Colonel Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to Major General Guy tendering his resignation from the position of Adjutant General of the Royal Jersey Militia see A/C2/12/9

Reference: A/C2/12/10

Date: October 23rd 1868 - October 23rd 1868

Letter from J Le Couteur [Colonel], Belle Vue, Jersey to Major General Burke Cuppage re. reform of the Militia & 1833 Order from General Thornton not to issue new clothing to men over the age of 45 years

Reference: A/C2/12/3

Date: April 30th 1868 - April 30th 1868

Letter from J Le Couteur [Colonel], Belle Vue, Jersey to Major General Burke Cuppage re. an Order issued by the Major General

Reference: A/C2/12/4

Date: June 27th 1868 - June 27th 1868

Letter from Colonel J Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to General Guy outlining his career in the military since 1806, which included serving in the War against the United States of America and requesting his retirement in his seventy-fifth year

Reference: A/C2/12/9

Date: October 23rd 1868 - October 23rd 1868

Copy letter from J Le Couteur, Governors Office, Jersey to Lieutenant Colonel Malet de Carteret, Le Couteur is directed by Major General Guy to inform Malet de Carteret that 'the Lieutenant-Governor is the sole judge as to whom he considers eligible to commission in the Royal Jersey Militia'

Reference: A/C2/14/1

Date: March 11th 1871 - March 11th 1871

Letter from J Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to the Lieutenant Governor [Majot General Philip Nelson Guy] regarding Lieutenant Colonel E C Malet de Carteret's complaints regarding the appointment of H P d' Auvergne as 2nd Lieutenant in the Jersey Militia Artillery in 1870 and Walter Arthur as Cornet of Troopers

Reference: A/C2/14/2

Date: March 18th 1871 - March 18th 1871

Copy letter from Lieutenant Colonel Percival Touzel Assistant Adjutant at Government House to Lieutenant Colonel Malet de Carteret, informing him that correspondence re. the case has been forwarded to the Secretary of State for War, if his letters to Colonel Le Couteur are withdrawn accompanied by an apology he will be able to resume the Command of the North West Regiment if not the Lieutenant Governor will remove him from command of the Regiment and deprive him of his Commission

Reference: A/C2/14/5

Date: April 20th 1871 - April 20th 1871

Copy of a letter from Colonel J Le Couteur Inspector of the Militia in Jersey to the Earl of Chatham re. his service in the Jersey Militia and the appointment of Major Touzel to the position of Inspector of the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/2/1

Date: July 3rd 1811 - July 3rd 1811

Copy of letter from Colonel J Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General James Love, 1852 - 1857] re. the reframing of the Militia Law and offering his services as Adjutant General

Reference: A/C2/8/1

Date: July 24th 1853 - July 24th 1853

Letter from Colonel Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to General [Major General James Love, Lieutenant Governor, 1852 - 1857] un-named reference to the organisation of Militia in 1811 see A/C2/2/1 & the vacancy of the office of Adjutant General

Reference: A/C2/8/2

Date: July 28th 1853 - July 28th 1853

Commission from His Excellency Major General Philip Melmoth Nelson Guy C B Lieutenant Governor of the Island of Jersey and Commander in Chief of the forces of the said Island... appointing Philip Walter Picot to the rank of Ensign in the Royal Jersey Militia St Helier Battalion South, commanded by Colonel J Le Couteur A.D.C. to the Queen

Reference: L/C/125/C31/1

Date: June 24th 1871 - June 24th 1871

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