Draft letter from Lieutenant Governor Henry Wray to Edward Mourant Lieutenant Bailiff request for sum of money for conveyance of troops on Gorey Common on occasion of the Queen's Birthday, 5 reasons given for the expenditure

Reference: A/C2/24/2

Date: May 10th 1884 - May 10th 1884

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 of a Reference from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] for Colonel Philip Le Brun on his transfer to the Reserve with the honorary rank of Colonel

Reference: A/C2/25/1

Date: January 26th 1886 - January 26th 1886

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Wray to the Under Secretary of State for the Home Office analysing the number of troops needed for the security of the Island and the cost to the Island of the present system, statement of Militia expenditure from States revenue

Reference: A/C2/25/10

Date: August 28th 1886 - August 28th 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

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Wray to G Lushington acknowledging receipt of letter from the Secretary of State for War see A/C2/25/10, remarks on the letter re. compulsory military service

Reference: A/C2/25/13

Date: November 10th 1886 - November 10th 1886

Letter from the Secretary of State Home Office to Lieutenant Governor Wray acknowledging receipt of his letter re Militia Service in the Channel Islands

Reference: A/C2/25/14

Date: November 17th 1886 - November 17th 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

Letter from the Bailiff G Bertram to Lieutenant Governor Wray acknowledging receipt of letter with reference to lists of men liable to serve in the Militia being referred to the Defence Committee

Reference: A/C2/25/16

Date: December 9th 1886 - December 9th 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

Copy letter from Henry Wray, Lieutenant-Governor to A A G Royal Jersey Militia regarding the decision of the Attorney General that the Crown Solicitor will act without payment, whenever it is necessary for a Commanding Officer of a Militia Regiment to present a Militia offender before the Court

Reference: A/C2/25/2

Date: March 16th 1886 - March 16th 1886

Copy letter from E Nicolle, 7 Beresford Street, St Helier to the Secretary of State for the Home Department re. payment for defaults. Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor Henry Wray to the Law Officers originally enclosed with letter of 3 Apr 1886 with reference to the case of a son of W E Voisin

Reference: A/C2/25/3

Date: April 3rd 1886 - April 9th 1886

Letter from the Secretary of State, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. compulsory service in the Militia

Reference: A/C2/25/4

Date: April 7th 1886 - April 7th 1886

Letter from W Vernon Attorney General to Lieutenant Governor Wray re. case of the son of W [E] Voisin and interpretation of the Militia Law passed by the States of 10 January 1881 regarding defaults

Reference: A/C2/25/5

Date: April 30th 1886 - April 30th 1886

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor Wray to E Leigh Pemberton re. the Voisin case, list of fines

Reference: A/C2/25/6

Date: May 4th 1886 - May 4th 1886

Letter from G Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] originally enclosed with a petition from Edward Voisin requesting the abolition of compulsory service in the Militia

Reference: A/C2/25/8

Date: May 21st 1886 - May 21st 1886

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Wray to the Under Secretary of State for the Home Office originally enclosed with the Voisin petition see A/C2/25/6 concludes that the petition is only from a 'minority of the population composed chiefly of the working classes hoping to obtain redress of certain grievances' analysis of the petition see A/C2/21/3

Reference: A/C2/25/9

Date: August 28th 1886 - August 28th 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

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Wray to the Home Office re. the Petition regarding military service in the Channel Islands and the command of the Militia

Reference: A/C2/26/10

Date: April 15th 1887 - April 15th 1887

Letter from the Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] acknowledging receipt of his letter of 12 Apr 1887 re. Lieutenant W E Johnson see A/C2/26/7

Reference: A/C2/26/11

Date: April 18th 1887 - April 18th 1887

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