Letter from W Venables Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the States are desirous of the contingent of the Royal Jersey Militia proceeding to London for the Coronation celebrations and will bear the expense

Reference: A/C2/38/14

Date: July 26th 1902 - July 26th 1902

Copy letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Bailiff informing him the Home Authorities had authorised a Detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to proceed to London for the Coronation celebrations under certain conditions, request for the views of the States

Reference: A/C2/38/2

Date: May 8th 1902 - May 8th 1902

Approval by the States of Jersey of the proposal to send a Detachment of the Royal Militia to London for the Coronation celebrations signed by Ernest Le Sueur Greffier

Reference: A/C2/38/3

Date: May 9th 1902 - May 9th 1902

Letter from W V Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] originally enclosed with A/C2/38/3 informing him the States unanimously sanctioned the sending of a detachment of the Royal Jersey Militia to London to participate in the Coronation celebrations

Reference: A/C2/38/4

Date: May 10th 1902 - May 10th 1902

Letter from J F Green, Secretary International Arbitration & Peace Association, London to H R Abadie, Lieutenant Governor requesting information about 'the question that has arisen between the Army Council and the States of Jersey re. maintenance of the Jersey Militia'

Reference: A/C2/40/32

Date: September 10th 1904 - September 10th 1904

Copy letter from Lt Colonel A Ward Simpson, Government Secretary to G Le Gros regarding a speech he made in the States when he referred to the Government covering the cost of mobilising the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/40/4

Date: January 15th 1904 - January 15th 1904

Letter from the Bailiff [W V Vernon] to H S Gough Lieutenant Governor informing him he will attend the private meeting with the States Members Gervaise Le Gros and E B Renouf regarding the Militia question

Reference: A/C2/40/45

Date: November 26th 1904 - November 26th 1904

Letter from Gervaise Le Gros, Seafield to Lt Colonel Ward Simpson in reply to his letter of 15 January see A/C2/40/4 regarding the speech in the States which referred to the Government covering the costs of mobilisation after a conversation with the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] on the subject

Reference: A/C2/40/6

Date: January 18th 1904 - January 18th 1904

Copy letter from A Ward Simpson to G Le Gros, Seafield, Millbrook, St Lawrence with enclosed newscutting from the Evening Post reporting the States debate re. finances involved in mobilisation of the Militia of the 14 January

Reference: A/C2/40/7

Date: January 25th 1904 - January 25th 1904

Letter from Gervaise Le Gros, Seafield to Lt Colonel Ward Simpson acknowledging receipt of his letter of 25 January see A/C2/40/7 and informing him 'it is contrary to the privilege of States Members that a member be called upon to reply to an inquiry as to what he may have said'

Reference: A/C2/40/9

Date: January 26th 1904 - January 26th 1904

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] request for a States Sitting to be held on 13 May for discussion of the expenses of the Insular Militia

Reference: A/C2/41/31

Date: May 5th 1905 - May 5th 1905

Copy letter from H Gough, Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff agreeing to a States Sitting on 13 May for discussion of the expenses of the Insular Militia

Reference: A/C2/41/32

Date: May 8th 1905 - May 8th 1905

Newscutting article on the Special Sitting of the States on June 2 re. Militia expenses, the Albert Pier and the veto by the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] to the Réglement on Cycles and Automobiles

Reference: A/C2/41/36

Date: June 2nd 1905 - June 2nd 1905

Letter from the War Office to H Gough Lieutenant Governor informing him there are no objections to informing the members of the States that the Army Council will be considering the replacement of the Battalion

Reference: A/C2/41/38

Date: June 9th 1905 - June 9th 1905

The Lieutenant Governor's [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] Speech in the States re. Militia Law amendment

Reference: A/C2/41/42

Date: August 31st 1905 - August 31st 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] requesting a sitting of the States on 15 September to discuss tobacco legislation, Militia Law amendments and Mont Orgueil

Reference: A/C2/41/43

Date: September 9th 1905 - September 9th 1905

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] agreeing to a Sitting of the States on 15 September

Reference: A/C2/41/44

Date: September 9th 1905 - September 9th 1905

Post Office Telegraph from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] disclaiming the report that a Battalion is only being sent to Jersey as inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/45

Date: September 14th 1905 - September 14th 1905

The Lieutenant Governor's [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] statement in the States to dispel the rumours that 'His Majesty's Government has only promised to send a Regiment to Jersey as an inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/46

Date: September 15th 1905 - September 15th 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him of the agenda for the next States Sitting on 26 September purchase of lands by the States at St Ouen's Bay for military purposes and proposed legislation to amend the existing Militia Act

Reference: A/C2/41/47

Date: September 22nd 1905 - September 22nd 1905

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