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

Draft letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant Bailiff informing him a sum of £136 had been voted by the States for the storage of Arms

Reference: A/C2/28/15

Date: August 17th 1889 - August 17th 1889

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding the Jersey Militia in time of war being brought under the Army Act 1881, H M Government in favour, would want an indication of the reaction of the States of Jersey

Reference: A/C2/31/15

Date: July 11th 1892 - July 11th 1892

Letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office informing him of the meeting between the L-G, the Bailiff and Solicitor General, the Bailiff will consider if there are any means by which he can 'sound' the States over the question of bringing the Jersey Militia in time of war under the Army Act 1881

Reference: A/C2/31/19

Date: October 24th 1892 - October 24th 1892

Letter from E Markham, Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office reply to letter of 18 Nov 1892 A/C2/31/20 the Bailiff not informed the L-G of any steps that had been taken to sound the States with regard to the Jersey Militia in time of war being brought under the Army Act 1881

Reference: A/C2/31/21

Date: November 21st 1892 - November 21st 1892

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to E Markham Lieutenant Governor reply to the letter of 3 December 1892 A/C2/31/22 'I have but an indistinct recollection of the precise point upon which it was desired that the State should be sounded' request for more information

Reference: A/C2/31/23

Date: December 5th 1892 - December 5th 1892

Letter from E Markham, Lieutenant-Governor to the Bailiff in reply to his letter A/C2/31/24 informing him the point on which the States should be sounded was 'a view to bring the Jersey Militia in time of war under the operation of the Army Act 1881'

Reference: A/C2/31/24

Date: December 6th 1892 - December 6th 1892

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to E Markham Lieutenant Governor informing him that he considers it impossible to consult sufficient members of the States confidentially to enable for the Secretary of State to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion as to the official application made to the States

Reference: A/C2/31/25

Date: December 10th 1892 - December 10th 1892

Draft letter from E Markham Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office informing him of the content of Bailiff's letter regarding sounding out the States over the matter of the Jersey Militia being brought under the operation of the Army Act 1881 see A/C2/31/25

Reference: A/C2/31/26

Date: December 12th 1892 - December 12th 1892

Copy letter from E Markham Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State, Home Department originally enclosed with a memorandum outlining the payments made by the States of Jersey towards the Militia see A/C2/33/12

Reference: A/C2/33/11

Date: December 19th 1894 - December 19th 1894

Memorandum to the Under Secretary of State, Home Department list of payments made by the States of Jersey in connection with the Militia of the Island see A/C2/33/11 with transcript

Reference: A/C2/33/12

Date: December 19th 1894 - December 19th 1894

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Sir Edwin Hopton] informing him of a proposed States Sitting on 26 May to the purpose of receiving a report from the Defence Committee in response from a Petition from the Constable of St Clement on behalf of his parishioners who own property by the coast and are concerned by the damages made by the sea

Reference: A/C2/36/1

Date: May 21st 1897 - May 21st 1897

Copy letter from E Hopton Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff G Bertram informing him that the proposed States Sitting will be convenient with transcript

Reference: A/C2/36/2

Date: May 22nd 1897 - May 22nd 1897

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to Lieutenant-Colonel Orde-Powlett, Deputy Governor regarding holding a sitting of the States on 1 September for the purpose of receiving a report of the Special Committee named by the States to consider the question of the importation of dogs from Jersey into the United Kingdom and other business

Reference: A/C2/36/4

Date: August 24th 1897 - August 24th 1897

Copy letter from Lieutenant-Colonel Orde-Powlett, Deputy Governor to George C Bertram Bailiff agreeing to the meeting of the States on 1 September with transcript

Reference: A/C2/36/5

Date: August 24th 1897 - August 24th 1897

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to E Hopton Lieutenant-Governor requesting his agreement for holding a States Sitting on 8 November for consideration of the removal of sand and gravel from St Peter

Reference: A/C2/36/6

Date: October 29th 1897 - October 29th 1897

Letter from E Hopton Lieutenant-Governor to George Bertram Bailiff in reply to his letter of 29 October see A/C2/36/6 agreeing to a States Sitting on 8 November

Reference: A/C2/36/7

Date: October 30th 1897 - October 30th 1897

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to E Hopton Lieutenant- Governor requesting his agreement for holding a States Sitting on 6 December for consideration of the War Office letter on the subject of the re-organisation of the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/36/8

Date: November 29th 1897 - November 29th 1897

Letter from E Hopton Lieutenant Governor to George Bertram, Bailiff replying to his letter of 29 November agreeing to a States Sitting on 6 December with transcript

Reference: A/C2/36/9

Date: November 30th 1897 - November 30th 1897

Copy letter from Government House [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff informing him the Coronation is expected to take place on 9 August and the Home Authorities have sanctioned a contingent of the Royal Jersey Militia to attend, asking him if the States are still desirous for the men to go and if the States will bear the expenses

Reference: A/C2/38/11

Date: July 19th 1902 - July 19th 1902

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