Letter from Mr Ralph Thompson, War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Lothian Nicholson] informing him there is no objection to the States having copies of correspondence re. the Departmental Committee appointed to consider Militia re-organisation

Reference: A/C2/19/2

Date: May 1st 1879 - May 1st 1879

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor Henry Wray to Deputy Accountant General War Office in reply to a telegram originally enclosed with a blank form of commission in use for Officers of the Royal Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/24/4

Date: May 15th 1884 - May 15th 1884

Copy letter from H G Deedes, Financial Secretary's Department War Office to the Under Secretary of State Home Office re. the petition, chief complaint financial burden military service is on the working classes and many men liable to serve manage to escape, observations on the petition

Reference: A/C2/25/11

Date: October 13th 1886 - October 13th 1886

Letter from G Lushington, Whitehall to Lieutenant Governor Wray originally enclosed with letter from the War Office conveying views of the Secretary of State for War see A/C2/25/9

Reference: A/C2/25/12

Date: October 20th 1886 - October 20th 1886

Copy letter from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. conditions for service and request for information about compulsory drills held during the previous three years

Reference: A/C2/25/15

Date: November 30th 1886 - November 30th 1886

Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] to the Secretary of State for War acknowledging receipt of letter of 30 Nov 1886 see A/C2/25/13 re. drill

Reference: A/C2/25/17

Date: December 23rd 1886 - December 23rd 1886

Letter from H G Deedes, War Office to the Under Secretary of State Home Office re. Lieutenant Governor Wray's suggestions of alterations to existing conditions of service in the Militia

Reference: A/C2/26/1

Date: January 22nd 1887 - January 22nd 1887

Copy letter from the Secretary of State for War to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office informing him there is no objection that the name W E Johnson is removed form the list of officers of the Militia

Reference: A/C2/26/20

Date: April 29th 1887 - April 29th 1887

Letter from the Financial Secretary's Department, War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] request to know when Major W Godfray, late Adjutant Jersey Militia commenced to draw his emoluments as Greffier in the Royal Court

Reference: A/C2/27/13

Date: October 26th 1888 - October 26th 1888

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to the Financial Secretary's Department in reply to the letter of 26 October 1888 see A/C2/27/13 with the information the Greffier commenced his duties on 10 April 1880

Reference: A/C2/27/15

Date: November 10th 1888 - November 10th 1888

Letter from Lothian Nicholson, War Office to Ewart [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart, Lieutenant Governor] re. decoration for Le Cornu [Colonel C P Le Cornu?]

Reference: A/C2/28/1

Date: April 24th 1889 - April 24th 1889

Copy letter from the Under Secretary of State for War, War Office to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] regarding the difficulties of finding suitable officers for the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/C2/32/1

Date: February 15th 1893 - February 15th 1893

Copy letter from Ralph Thompson, War Office to the Under Secretary of State Home Office conveying views of Mr Campbell Bannerman regarding the duty of the British Government to contribute to the defence of the Channel Islands in time of war and that it is essential that the are Militia brought under the Army Act when embodied for home defence so the War Department is in control, States of Jersey should take steps to improve the supply of officers

Reference: A/C2/32/2

Date: July 27th 1893 - July 27th 1893

Letter from E Hopton Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State, War Office originally enclosed with a letter from Colonel Le Cornu regarding his pension on his retirement

Reference: A/C2/35/8

Date: October 6th 1896 - October 6th 1896

Printed letter from the War Office, London to the General Officer Commanding Jersey regarding the arrangements for the Coronation on 9 August, list of units which will be represented, the Royal Jersey Militia allowed to be represented by 1 Officer and 11 other ranks

Reference: A/C2/38/12

Date: July 18th 1902 - July 18th 1902

Letter from the Under Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] regarding the expenses of mobilising the Jersey Militia originally enclosed with a letter from the War Office

Reference: A/C2/39/1

Date: January 1st 1904 - January 1st 1904

Copy letter from Guy Fleetwood Wilson, War Office to the Under Secretary of State advising that the decision of whom should pay in the event of the mobilisation of the Jersey Militia should be deferred until the occasion arises

Reference: A/C2/39/25

Date: December 24th 1903 - December 24th 1903

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Under Secretary of State, War Office report regarding the enrolment of the Royal Jersey Militia on 1st January, the training programme, the Arsenals and the amendment of the Militia Law of 1903

Reference: A/C2/40/18

Date: May 11th 1904 - May 11th 1904

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] originally enclosed with a letter from the War Office regarding the issue of medals for long service and good conduct, request if there are any recommendations from the Channel Islands Militia

Reference: A/C2/41/2

Date: January 25th 1905 - January 25th 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

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