Letter from W Venables Vernon & A Hilgrove Turner, the Law Officers to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] in reply to his letter of 1 June 1889 see A/C2/28/5 informing him no powers exist in the Island to keep land and sea in range of rifle practice free form obstruction

Reference: A/C2/28/6

Date: June 3rd 1889 - June 3rd 1889

Letter from W Venables Vernon & A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding calling out the Militia Reserve with relation to the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/31/10

Date: April 22nd 1892 - April 22nd 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Solicitor General's Chambers to C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor acknowledging receipt of the L-G's 2 letters addressed to the Law Officers of the Crown see A/C2/31/2-3 due to the absence of the Attorney General from the Island the reply will be deferred until his return

Reference: A/C2/31/3

Date: March 29th 1892 - March 29th 1892

Copy letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to A Hilgrove Turner Solicitor General requesting his opinion on the subject of 'the prosecution of defaulting Militiamen'

Reference: A/C2/31/4

Date: March 30th 1892 - March 30th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Solicitor General to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] outlining his opinion relating to the Militia law for the prosecution of Militiamen

Reference: A/C2/31/5

Date: April 4th 1892 - April 4th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Solicitor General to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding calling out the Reserve of the Militia for drill in reply to the L-G's letter of 26 March 1892 see A/C2/31/1

Reference: A/C2/31/8

Date: April 9th 1892 - April 9th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner and H Le V dit Durell, Attorney General's Chambers to the President and members of the Defence Committee regarding sending troops from the Jersey Militia to London for the Coronation of Edward VII under certain conditions

Reference: A/C2/38/1

Date: March 8th 1902 - March 8th 1902

Copy letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] with the opinion Captain Pritchard's sons are not liable for military service under the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/39/15

Date: February 23rd 1903 - February 23rd 1903

Letter from A Ward Simpson, Government Secretary to A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General originally enclosed with letter from Lt Le Brocq see A/C2/39/23 whether he liable for another 5 years service, note attached letter to be kept until January 1904

Reference: A/C2/39/24

Date: October 3rd 1903 - October 3rd 1903

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney Generals Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] regarding Jean Herve, his opinion is that Herve can be treated as an alien for the purposes of military service

Reference: A/C2/41/11

Date: March 13th 1905 - March 13th 1905

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney Generals Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] originally enclosed with letter from Captain C Noyte-Bullock A/C2/41/19 re. 3 men absent from arms clothing opinion of the Attorney General that Article 19 of the Militia Law 1903 does not provide any means by which the fines can be inflicted

Reference: A/C2/41/22

Date: April 6th 1905 - April 6th 1905

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] enclosed with account of the expenses incurred by him in London after the Patch case was taken up by the Attorney General see A/C2/40/47 Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February see A/C2/42/14 and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re expenses incurred during the Patch case with transcript

Reference: A/C2/42/14

Date: February 5th 1906 - February 5th 1906

Copy letter from H S Gough Lieut Governor to A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February (see A/C2/42/14) and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re. expenses incurred during the Patch case (with transcript)

Reference: A/C2/42/15

Date: February 6th 1906 - April 6th 1906

Copy letter from H S Gough Lieut Governor to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office forwarding details of the Attorney General's [A Hilgrove Turner] expenses during the A G Jersey v Patch case

Reference: A/C2/42/16

Date: February 6th 1906 - February 6th 1906

Copy letter from the Under Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieut Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] regarding payment to the Attorney General [A Hilgrove Turner] for expenses incurred during the Patch case

Reference: A/C2/42/23

Date: March 13th 1906 - March 13th 1906

Copy letter from H S Gough Lieut Governor to A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General re. payment of expenses incurred during the Patch case

Reference: A/C2/42/24

Date: March 15th 1906 - March 15th 1906

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] acknowledging receipt of his letter of 15 March see A/C2/42/24 re his expenses during the Patch case and thanking him for forwarding the account to the Under Secretary of State

Reference: A/C2/42/26

Date: March 16th 1906 - March 16th 1906

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] originally enclosed with two reports concerning cases of alleged evasion of militia service, advice on how to proceed with the matter

Reference: A/C2/42/29

Date: March 20th 1906 - March 20th 1906

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] to the Attorney General, A Hilgrove Turner requesting for the second time the report on the 'Biggs, Bagnall and others' case

Reference: A/C2/43/13

Date: February 5th 1907 - February 5th 1907

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