Letter from the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Lothian Nicholson] re. correspondence regarding Sergeant Henry Vint and preparation of lists of lads to be called for drill in 1881 & 1882 forwarded to President of the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/22/6

Date: April 14th 1882 - April 14th 1882

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to G Bertram the Attorney General re. a letter from Captain Godfray on the matter of Alfred de la Taste who had been brought before the Petty Debts Court

Reference: A/C2/22/7

Date: April 28th 1882 - April 28th 1882

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to G Bertram Attorney General re. defaults of Francis E Voisin

Reference: A/C2/22/8

Date: April 29th 1882 - April 29th 1882

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to G Bertram originally enclosed with a letter from Captain Godfray, Adjutant to the West District re. a remonstrance served on him by the Deputy Viscount

Reference: A/C2/22/9

Date: April 30th 1882 - April 30th 1882

Letter from Edward Mourant Lieutenant Bailiff to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson acknowledging receipt of his letter and calling the attention of the Defence Committee for provision of article 2 & 45 of the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/23/1

Date: February 8th 1883 - February 8th 1883

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to the Law Officers of the Crown re. three men of the West Regiment in the Petty Debts Court

Reference: A/C2/23/2

Date: April 6th 1883 - April 6th 1883

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to the Law Officers re. the Militia case involving W Gibaut

Reference: A/C2/23/3

Date: April 14th 1883 - April 14th 1883

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to Captain C Le Gros, Montrose Villas, Millbrook informing him of the forthcoming annual inspection of the South Regiment

Reference: A/C2/23/4

Date: May 16th 1883 - May 16th 1883

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to Philip Baudains Constable of St Helier informing him of the forthcoming annual inspection of the South Regiment on the sands of St Aubin's Bay

Reference: A/C2/23/5

Date: May 16th 1883 - May 16th 1883

Letter from Edward Mourant Lieutenant Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor Nicholson requesting his consent to a meeting of the States to consider the Military Parade at Blanches Banques

Reference: A/C2/23/6

Date: July 19th 1883 - July 19th 1883

Letter from Lothian Nicholson, War Office to Ewart [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart, Lieutenant Governor] re. decoration for Le Cornu [Colonel C P Le Cornu?]

Reference: A/C2/28/1

Date: April 24th 1889 - April 24th 1889

Letter from Gervaise Le Gros, Seafield to Colonel Murrary regarding a previous enquiry concerning three men of the 32nd Regiment released from prison on 13 September 1880 on the authority of General Nicholson copy of his note enclosed, also reference to case of Ann Lake whose pardon was not registered and prisoner Ogilvie pardon registered 23 March 1849

Reference: A/C2/29/2

Date: April 10th 1890 - April 10th 1890

Letter from George C Bertram, Attorney General to Major General L Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor regarding the petition of Mr P du Heaume

Reference: A/D1/J4

Date: March 15th 1881 - March 15th 1881

Petition and related correspondence from the publicans of St Helier to the Lieutenant Governor, Lothian Nicholson, the Bailiff, Sir Robert Pipon Marett and the Royal Court regarding the sale of alcohol on a Sunday

Reference: A/D3/11

Date: November 28th 1882 - December 4th 1882

Letter from Lothian Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor to John Sullivan, Public Notary relating to a petition requesting the remission of the sentence passed upon William Nicolle

Reference: A/D3/12

Date: January 29th 1883 - January 29th 1883

Correspondence relating to a petition from Jersey fishermen to the Lieutenant Governor, Lothian Nicholson regarding the reserving of places in the fish market

Reference: A/D3/13

Date: May 4th 1882 - May 11th 1882

Letter from John Hammond to Major General Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor, relating to the petition of Rachel Gruchy regarding property in Jersey formerly belonging to her late husband

Reference: A/D3/5

Date: July 25th 1879 - July 25th 1879

Correspondence between her Majesty's Government and the Lieutenant-Governor and Bailiff concerning the report on the Royal Militia of Jersey. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/6/10

Date: December 6th 1880 - December 6th 1880

Sermon preached on 06/01/1881 in the Parish Church of St Helier by the Reverend Thomas Le Neveu, Rector of St Martin on the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of the Battle of Jersey (06/01/1781) in the presence of the Lieutenant Governor Lothian Nicholson, the Bailiff Robert Pipon Marett and members of the States of Jersey

Reference: D/AP/AD/6/13

Date: January 6th 1881 - January 6th 1881

Report of the Committee nominated on 21/04/1882 to take into consideration the reasons given by the Lieutenant Governor (Major General Lothian Nicholson) for his negative voice regarding the regulations of the markets. Lodged au Greffe by the States of Jersey. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/6/32

Date: May 29th 1882 - May 29th 1882

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