Budget of the States-Situation, Outstanding, Liabilities and Estimates for the Financial Year commencing 01/02/1946 and agreed and vote 21/03/1946

Reference: L/C/227/B1/1

Date: March 21st 1946 - March 21st 1946

Budget of the States relating to the General Revenues and Expenditure of the States of Jersey for the Financial Year commencing 01/02/1946

Reference: L/C/227/B1/2

Date: 1946 - 1946

Letter thanking Mrs Crawford for the beautiful flowers and discussing financial matters

Reference: L/C/237/A14/72

Date: 1887 - 1887

Letter to Mrs Crawford in Jersey from Messrs W Harthy and Co of Belfast giving a synopsis of what they estimate the probable net income of her property and informing her of the fees due for their services

Reference: L/C/237/A14/73

Date: 1888 - 1888

Note containing a promissary note from the Channel Islands Bank, Library Place

Reference: L/C/237/A14/74

Date: 1888 - 1888

Notes from the Channel Islands Bank, Library Place

Reference: L/C/237/A14/75

Date: 1888 - 1888

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon relating financial matters

Reference: L/C/237/A8/12

Date: February 14th 1844 - February 14th 1844

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon relating to financial matters and to Mr Wood and his note of hand

Reference: L/C/237/A8/13

Date: May 24th 1845 - May 24th 1845

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon, relating to the probate of the will of Mr Davies late mother, which has been requested at the drawing of will offices at the Bank of England so that the cash balance and stocks can be dealt with at his convenience and that of Mr Hunt. Mr Waugh relates that he will be happy to have a cheque for £220 advance for probate duty. He asks Mr Davies to call on him tomorrow or Saturday to liase about their communication with Mr Hunt

Reference: L/C/237/A8/14

Date: May 14th 1846 - May 14th 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon asking him to bring his mother's probate as he requires it for the legacy receipts to to be given to Mr Hunt

Reference: L/C/237/A8/15

Date: May 15th 1846 - May 15th 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon relating to new legacy regulations

Reference: L/C/237/A8/16

Date: May 16th 1846 - May 16th 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon sending the legacy discharges signed by Mr Hunt, he writes that the duty cannot be be paid for a week or two, he writes that the duty on the £4000 legacy to Mr and Mrs Rogers and their children cannot be calculated. He also writes of the duty paid on Mr Davies father's estate can be calculated and discharged if he will send an account of property held by him at his death.

Reference: L/C/237/A8/17

Date: May 22nd 1846 - May 22nd 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon he writes that he finds at the Legacy Duty Office that they cannot at once pay the duty on Mr and Mrs Roger's life interest and their possession of the £4000 stock legacy. He asks Mr Davies to send the legacy receipts signed by Mr Rogers and Mr Hunt so that they can get them properly passed and stamped which must be done within 21 days from the date of the duty paid, and he can also pay the duty on Mrs Roger's life interest, he encloses the proctors bill and receipt

Reference: L/C/237/A8/18

Date: June 18th 1846 - June 18th 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon he writes that he returned from his trip on yesterday morning and that he will soon be going away again and asks him to bring the particulars of his fathers estates so that he can complete the accounts for the legacy duty office

Reference: L/C/237/A8/19

Date: November 5th 1846 - November 5th 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon, he writes that the legacy duty has at last been assessed on the estate of Mr Davies late mother

Reference: L/C/237/A8/20

Date: December 3rd 1846 - December 3rd 1846

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon, listing the sums advanced for legacy duty

Reference: L/C/237/A8/21

Date: February 2nd 1847 - February 2nd 1847

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon, he sends his bills and costs associated with administration of the estates of Mr Davies mother and father, and he apologises for not having done so before

Reference: L/C/237/A8/22

Date: May 14th 1847 - May 14th 1847

Letter from George Waugh solicitor to Richard Davies surgeon thanking him for his cheque for the legacy duty of £140

Reference: L/C/237/A8/23

Date: March 3rd 1847 - March 3rd 1847

Extract from a registration dated 1846 with a note that reads Mary Ann Rogers is still living and I hope may outlive her husband, being several years his junior, her share of the duty was paid after M ... [difficult to read surname] death

Reference: L/C/237/A8/24

Date: 1846 - April 10th 1861

Document sent to surgeon Richard Davies, stating that legacy duty has not been paid under the will of the late Frances Susannah Davies for the following gift of £4000 at the death of Mary Ann Rogers to her husband and children. If the legatees have become entitled the duty should be paid without delay, and if not Mr C Trevor, Controller the Legacy and Succession Department is to be informed of the facts

Reference: L/C/237/A8/25

Date: April 5th 1861 - April 5th 1861

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