Correspondence sent from Whitehall relating to expenses for forage for a horse

Reference: A/A11/4

Date: September 6th 1816 - September 6th 1816

Memorandum from D A A G Lieut-Colonel G P Stewart to Officer Commanding Artillery informing him of the decision of the Defence Committee regarding compensation for damages for John Edward Mallet's horse, Committee do not admit any liability

Reference: A/C2/43/107

Date: November 16th 1907 - November 16th 1907

Letter from Edward Voisin & Son, Solicitors to Capt. L J R Conolly Adjutant regarding injuries sustained by a horse hired by Sergeant John Wesley Baudains from his uncle Mr John Mallet of Rockvale, St Lawrence during the ceremony of the handing over Mont Orgueil Castle, warning of a compensation claim by Mr Mallet

Reference: A/C2/43/62

Date: July 29th 1907 - July 29th 1907

Letter from Edward Voisin & Son, Solicitors to Capt. L J R Conolly, Adjutant providing figures for the compensation claim for Mr [John] Mallet due to injury sustained by his horse at Mont Orgueil see A/C2/43/62

Reference: A/C2/43/82

Date: September 14th 1907 - September 14th 1907

Letter from Colonel H Owen to the D A A G regarding injury to Mr J[ohn] E Mallet's horse compensation claim originally enclosed with Court of Enquiry Proceedings and Edward Voisin & Son, solicitors correspondence

Reference: A/C2/43/83

Date: September 18th 1907 - September 18th 1907

Proceedings at the Court of Enquiry at Don Bridge Camp on 7 August 1907 for the purpose of reporting the circumstances in which Mr J[ohn] E Mallet's horse was injured at Mont Orgueil evidence given by J W Baudains

Reference: A/C2/43/84

Date: September 19th 1907 - September 19th 1907

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] originally enclosed with correspondence regarding the injury to a horse belonging to J F Deslandes at the annual training of the Militia

Reference: A/C2/44/65

Date: November 7th 1908 - November 7th 1908

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Deputy Governor enclosed with an Act of the Defence Committee regarding injury to J F Deslandes horse agreeing to payment

Reference: A/C2/44/67

Date: November 14th 1908 - November 14th 1908

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him payment had been made to Surgeon Captain A C Stamberg for horse hire allowance

Reference: A/C2/44/68

Date: November 25th 1908 - November 25th 1908

Papers relating to the examination of livestock brought into Jersey, including dogs, horses, cattle, and foot and mouth disease

Reference: A/D1/A10

Date: November 14th 1881 - April 9th 1940

Correspondence relating to a petition from a number of horse owners in Jersey to the Secretary of State regarding the import of forage from France

Reference: A/D3/33

Date: December 11th 1903 - January 29th 1904

Export of horses

Reference: A/E/11/6

Date: August 18th 1914 - August 18th 1914

Orders and registration concerning medicines and the purchase of horses

Reference: B/A/W30/115

Date: December 23rd 1942 - January 30th 1943

Correspondence relating to the feeding of the town working horses

Reference: B/A/W31/2/109

Date: December 5th 1943 - December 13th 1943

Papers concerning the slaughter of horses and their loan to the German Forces

Reference: B/A/W31/2/125

Date: August 16th 1944 - September 6th 1944

Letter concerning use of troops' horses for field work

Reference: B/A/W31/2/157

Date: December 30th 1944 - December 30th 1944

Application for slaughter of J W Starck's mare instead of a cow

Reference: B/A/W31/2/176

Date: May 4th 1945 - May 4th 1945

Letter concerning the breeding of horses with farmer Leonard Blight-Cowley's stallion

Reference: B/A/W31/2/51

Date: May 28th 1942 - May 28th 1942

Papers relating to the muster and purchase of civilian horses by the Occupying Forces

Reference: B/A/W31/2/57

Date: August 31st 1942 - May 11th 1944

Letters concerning the supply of horses to farmers

Reference: B/A/W31/2/71

Date: February 11th 1943 - February 16th 1943

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