Letter from J Le Couteur [Colonel], Belle Vue, Jersey to Major General Burke Cuppage re. reform of the Militia & 1833 Order from General Thornton not to issue new clothing to men over the age of 45 years

Reference: A/C2/12/3

Date: April 30th 1868 - April 30th 1868

Letter from Captain C J Noyte-Bullock to the D A A G re. three men of the 2nd Battalion absent from drawing arms clothing and refused to sign the book in receipt of their arms clothing when they turned up late F Pallot, H Gault and C Le Curiot

Reference: A/C2/41/19

Date: April 5th 1905 - April 5th 1905

Copy letter from H Gough, Lieutenant Governor to the Law Officers of the Crown originally enclosed with the letter from Captain C J Noyte-Bullock see A/C2/41/19 regarding 3 men who were absent from arms clothing

Reference: A/C2/41/20

Date: April 5th 1905 - April 5th 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

Copy letter from Deputy Lieutenant Governor, H St Leger Wood to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] requesting shelving for storing the Company's clothing at La Collette

Reference: A/C2/42/52

Date: May 26th 1906 - May 26th 1906

Letter from Colonel H Owen to the D A A G regarding facilities for locking up flannel shirts and cotton drawers in the Queens Assembly Rooms

Reference: A/C2/43/74

Date: September 9th 1907 - September 9th 1907

Letter from Surgeon Major A A Dentlif to the D A A G requesting accommodation for clothing at La Collette

Reference: A/C2/44/26

Date: April 27th 1908 - April 27th 1908

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] regarding the erection of wooden shelves for storing the Medical Company's Clothing at La Collette

Reference: A/C2/44/28

Date: April 29th 1908 - April 29th 1908

Correspondence regarding the provision of clothing racks at St Martin's Arsenal

Reference: A/C2/45/35

Date: November 4th 1909 - November 17th 1909

Letter from the Bailiff's Secretary to Dr C Gordon, Beau Desert, St Saviour relating to textile rations

Reference: B/A/L11/2

Date: June 9th 1945 - June 9th 1945

Offer of clothing from the Lady Mayoress, The Close, Exeter

Reference: B/A/L18/18

Date: July 2nd 1945 - July 2nd 1945

Offer of clothing from the Women's War Service Bureau, 11, Gambier Terrace, Hope Street, Liverpool

Reference: B/A/L18/19

Date: July 9th 1945 - July 9th 1945

Donation of clothing from the Auckland Travel Club

Reference: B/A/L18/25

Date: August 20th 1945 - May 22nd 1946

Donation of clothing to Guernsey from the Britain's Babies Guild, Cape Town

Reference: B/A/L18/35

Date: November 23rd 1945 - November 24th 1945

Correspondence and shipping orders relating to gifts of clothing sent through the Channel Islands Refugees Committee

Reference: B/A/L18/36

Date: October 16th 1945 - January 11th 1946

Offer of second hand clothing from the Uxbridge R D Welfare Centre

Reference: B/A/L18/7

Date: June 14th 1945 - June 19th 1945

Correspondence concerning the sale of Red Cross clothing

Reference: B/A/L19/2

Date: June 14th 1945 - June 27th 1945

Correspondence concerning the return of surplus clothing from the Ministry of Supply

Reference: B/A/L22/8

Date: September 13th 1945 - September 13th 1945

Stock of goods at Soldatenkaufhaus

Reference: B/A/W31/1/122

Date: October 3rd 1944 - October 3rd 1944

Restrictions on purchase of goods by German troops

Reference: B/A/W31/1/13

Date: August 22nd 1940 - September 5th 1940

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