Governor's Letter Book of correspondence with the Home Office and the Jersey authorities [Major General Sir William S A Norcott, 1873 - 1878, Major General Lothain Nicholson, 1878 - 1883] [indexed]

Reference: A/A1/18

Date: January 11th 1875 - July 5th 1879

Governor's Letter Book of correspondence with the Home Office and the Jersey authorities [Major General Sir William S A Norcott, 1873 - 1878, Major General Lothain Nicholson, 1878 - 1883] [indexed]

Reference: A/A1/19

Date: July 24th 1879 - April 14th 1882

Letter from Robert Pipon Marett Bailiff of Jersey and President of the Prison Board, to the Lieutenant Governor Major General H.M.Nicholson relating to the acceptance of the prison and house of correction as an authorised place for carrying out the provisions of the Army Discipline and Regulation Act. Also includes a typed transcription

Reference: A/A8/2

Date: February 3rd 1881 - February 3rd 1881

Letter from William Vernon, Greffier of the States to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. the signal Boy [Buoy] at Fort Regent

Reference: A/C2/19/1

Date: April 23rd 1879 - April 23rd 1879

Letter from Mr Ralph Thompson, War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Lothian Nicholson] informing him there is no objection to the States having copies of correspondence re. the Departmental Committee appointed to consider Militia re-organisation

Reference: A/C2/19/2

Date: May 1st 1879 - May 1st 1879

Letter from John Hammond to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson proposing a meeting of the States to discuss documents re. the Militia

Reference: A/C2/19/4

Date: October 11th 1879 - October 11th 1879

Letter from John Hammond to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. suggestion of a Military census to be taken of those liable to serve

Reference: A/C2/19/5

Date: November 22nd 1879 - November 22nd 1879

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to the Bailiff R[obert] P[ipon] Marett re. Private Arthur White request for his release from St Helier Gaol to join the draft of the 46th Regiment which will embark on 16 Sep 1880

Reference: A/C2/20/1

Date: August 14th 1880 - August 14th 1880

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to the Under Secretary of State Home Office re. Private Richard Perdy and Samuel Stone of the 32nd Light Infantry serving 3 months hard labour in St Helier request they accompany the draft of the 46th Regiment embarking for Gibraltar

Reference: A/C2/20/2

Date: September 7th 1880 - September 7th 1880

Letter from the Bailiff R[obert] P[ipon] Marett to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. appointing a Deputy Governor during his leave from the Island, targets for the use of the Militia and the life boat and steam tug for use in St Helier Harbour

Reference: A/C2/20/3

Date: October 28th 1880 - October 28th 1880

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. registration in the Royal Court of the Militia law passed on 10 January 1881

Reference: A/C2/21/1

Date: March 12th 1881 - March 12th 1881

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. repair to the Militia Arsenals

Reference: A/C2/21/2

Date: May 21st 1881 - May 21st 1881

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. charge to the States by Armourer Sergeant Henry Vint for cleaning rifles and erection of light at Gorey harbour

Reference: A/C2/22/1

Date: March 15th 1882 - March 15th 1882

Letter from Edward Mourant Lieutenant Bailiff, Samares Manor to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson acknowledging receipt of correspondence re. 'expenditure incurred in the preparation of certain books for Militia purposes'

Reference: A/C2/22/11

Date: May 1st 1882 - May 1st 1882

Letter from G Bertram, Attorney General to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. Captain Godfray's legal costs

Reference: A/C2/22/12

Date: May 9th 1882 - May 9th 1882

Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Lothian Nicholson] to the Bailiff re. the Government Prize Grants

Reference: A/C2/22/13

Date: December 16th 1882 - December 16th 1882

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. inability of Lieutenant Colonel de la Taste to obtain from Mr Du Heaume, late Lieutenant Colonel commanding the Royal Jersey Artillery, Government Prize Grants for 1881 & 1882

Reference: A/C2/22/14

Date: December 19th 1882 - December 19th 1882

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. an Act of the Royal Court of 2nd May 1881 regarding Alfred Ricou

Reference: A/C2/22/2

Date: March 15th 1882 - March 15th 1882

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. enlarging ground in vicinities of the Militia Arsenals

Reference: A/C2/22/3

Date: March 21st 1882 - March 21st 1882

Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson originally enclosed with letters dated 24 March 1882 see A/C2/22/4 & A/C2/22/5 & correspondence re. preparation of lists of lads liable to be called for drill, militia service 'falling on persons of the artisan or labouring classes'

Reference: A/C2/22/5

Date: April 6th 1882 - April 6th 1882

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