Governor's Letter Book of correspondence with the Home Office and the Jersey authorities [Major General Sir James Reynett, 1847 - 1852, Major General James Love, 1852 - 1857, and Major General Godfrey Charles Mundy, 1857 - 1860] [partially indexed]

Reference: A/A1/9

Date: July 30th 1851 - September 1st 1860

Lieutenant Governors, Major General Sir C Halkett and Major General Sir W Thornton, Letter Book of correspondence with the Secretary of State in London, 1823 - 1830 and Lieutenant Governors, Major General Sir James Reynett, and Major General Sir J F Love's Letter Book of correspondence with Island Authorities, 1847 - 1859 [Partially Indexed]

Reference: A/A5/10

Date: October 21st 1823 - October 5th 1859

Lieutenant Governors, Sir E Gibbs and Major General Sir J H Reynett's, Letter Book of correspondence with the Secretary of State in London [Indexed]

Reference: A/A5/13

Date: October 8th 1841 - March 29th 1851

Lieutenant Governors, Major General Sir H M Gordon, Major General Sir Colin Halkett, Sir E Gibbs, and Major General Sir J H Reynett's, Garrison Letter Book [Indexed]

Reference: A/A5/4

Date: January 21st 1820 - December 2nd 1847

Correspondence: Lieutenant-Governor, Committee for the Defence of the Island, Colonel J Le Couteur regarding the replacement of the grassed parade ground of the South-West District with gravel

Reference: D/AP/B/3

Date: May 29th 1849 - May 31st 1849

Petition to Major General James Reynett, Lieutenant Governor; Edward Leonard Bisson, Lieutenant Bailiff and the States of Jersey from Philip Falle re. the lithographs of John Le Capelain presented to the Crown at the request of the States, asking the States to finance the production of facsimilies for display in the Public Library (not dated)

Reference: D/AP/U/15

Date: 1847 - 1852

Commission to John La Cloche from Major General Sir J H Reynett, Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Colonel of the 48th Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Governor and Commander of the Forces in the Island of Jersey appointing him as an Ensign in the St Helier's Battalion of the 4th Regiment of Royal Militia of the Island of which John Le Couteur is Colonel.

Reference: L/C/131/J12/1

Date: November 4th 1851 - November 4th 1851

Commission of Philip Godfray from Major General Sir James Henry Reynett Lieutenant Governor of Jersey appointing him as Major in the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: L/C/91/A/133

Date: December 7th 1850 - December 7th 1850

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