Ledger of Lieutenant Governor's accounts with the Treasury, includes; copy letters concerning accounts and summaries, 1816 - 1840, annual contingent accounts, 1824 - 1829, report of inspections of garrison battalions by Governor Halket

Reference: A/B/2

Date: 1816 - 1842

Letter from the Bailiff, W V Vernon to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Sutley Gough] informing him the Defence Committee had directed the Treasury to allow £1,299 for the second encampment

Reference: A/C2/42/71

Date: June 30th 1906 - June 30th 1906

Letter from Henry Godfray, States Treasurer to Lieutenant- Colonel G P Stewart D A A G acknowledging receipt of the cheque for £603

Reference: A/C2/43/32

Date: April 3rd 1907 - April 3rd 1907

Letter from H G Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him the cheque for £603 had been paid to the Treasurer

Reference: A/C2/43/34

Date: April 4th 1907 - April 4th 1907

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] acknowledging his letter of 4 July see A/C2/43/53 and informing him the Treasurer has been directed by the Defence Committee to provide £1,793 for the Militia encampment

Reference: A/C2/43/55

Date: July 9th 1907 - July 9th 1907

Letter from the States Treasury to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] regarding auditing the accounts for military training

Reference: A/C2/44/8

Date: February 29th 1908 - February 29th 1908

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the States Treasury originally enclosed with Battery and company pay lists and accounts for 1906

Reference: A/C2/44/9

Date: March 4th 1908 - March 4th 1908

Letter from H S Gough to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him a cheque for £135 for training expenses will be paid to the States Treasurer

Reference: A/C2/45/8

Date: January 26th 1909 - January 26th 1909

Correspondence between Captain J E Dickinson, Officer Commanding Army Service Corps, A N Rochfort, Lieutenant Governor, W V Vernon, Bailiff, and Henry de Veulle, Treasurer of the States regarding claims for costs of rations issued to the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/50/1

Date: April 25th 1916 - December 29th 1916

Correspondence between the Bailiff W V Vernon, Henry de Veulle States Treasurer, J E Dickinson Officer 1917 Commanding Army Service Corps and Major General A Wilson, Lieutenant Governor regarding claims for costs of rations for the Militia

Reference: A/C2/51/1

Date: March 1st 1917 - May 26th 1917

Minutes of the States of Jersey, 14/04/1945. Departmental budgets. Adoption of laws re. income tax, public instruction, states scholarships, and social security.

Reference: B/A/W34/24

Date: April 14th 1945 - April 14th 1945

Purchase and requisition of cars by the German Air Force; includes; details of payment, lists of vehicles, owners, makes, year of manufacture, and prices.

Reference: B/A/W40/1/2

Date: September 13th 1940 - September 13th 1941

Arrival of the Motor Vehicles Purchasing Commission of the Central Foreign Dept. Military Order for the purchase of Motor Vehicles, dated 27/09/1940. List of Jersey Post Office Vans. Correspondence with the Department of Transport and Communications, re. specific cars. Payment for requisitioned vehicles.

Reference: B/A/W40/1/3

Date: September 27th 1940 - September 16th 1943

Establishment of and requisitions and supplies for the soldiers homes at; - The Mayfair Hotel, St Saviour, St Brelade's Hotel, St Brelade's Bay, Millbrook, La Hougue, St Peter, and The officers home at Fort d'Auvergne of; Milk, bread, butter, eggs, furniture, cycles for nurses at the soldiers home, accounts from the Jersey Electricity Company, Jersey Gas Light Company and Jersey New Waterworks Company, petrol, building work by Mr H Le Seelleur, vegetables, potatoes, cookers

Reference: B/A/W40/14/1

Date: May 14th 1941 - March 8th 1945

Requisition of clothing from evacuated houses for refugees and workers in occupied territory, includes; list of articles of clothing, details of payment, and list of names, addresses and amounts to be paid.

Reference: B/A/W40/6/1

Date: September 9th 1940 - September 27th 1940

Establishment of The Jersey Model Laundry and later the Lily-white Laundry as a laundries principally for the German Troops. Correspondence re. the possible requisition of the Jersey Model Laundry.

Reference: B/A/W40/8/14

Date: June 12th 1941 - February 10th 1942

Payment for the Christmas Newspaper for the German Air Force

Reference: B/A/W40/8/17

Date: July 12th 1941 - July 14th 1941

Requisition of land at Les Maltieres

Reference: B/A/W40/8/176

Date: April 23rd 1943 - January 21st 1944

Comparison of prices of articles in daily use and all kinds of foodstuffs, before the occupation and in 1941. Includes detailed list of items and foodstuffs with prices. Correspondence re. the sale of second hand goods and bartering. Monthly reports giving details of any persons convicted for selling goods at above the controlled price. See also B/A/W30/127

Reference: B/A/W41/10

Date: March 13th 1941 - July 21st 1944

Sending of currency to France. Bank account to be opened for the States of Jersey and Guernsey with the Societe General in Granville

Reference: B/A/W42/10

Date: February 26th 1942 - June 12th 1942

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