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Official correspondence with index. Subjects covered include: agreement relating to refugee seamen; report of the analyst; compulsory purchase of part of Petit Menage Farm and Bagot Manor Farm for housing; brucellosis report; the census report; civil aviation regulations; compost at Les Landes; international sanitary regulations; petition concerning the convent at Val Plaisant; international conventions; report of the Prison Board; European Free Trade Association; development at Fort Regent; Hospital report; import and export statistics; Jersey Dairies petition; Jersey Law Society; report of the Jersey Electricity Company; borrowing from non-residents; Liberation Day; gift to Little Sisters of the Poor; Nigeria Independence Act; occupational health services; official publications; St Saviour's Athletic and Social Club; Soroptomist Club; petition relating to The Watersplash, St Peter; Post Office and Trustee Savings Bank regulations; potato marketing scheme; public assistance report; Bailiff's salary; traffic bye-laws; and the Television Act
Date: January 30th 1961 - December 9th 1961
Digital copy of a Page from Minutes of a Meeting of the [Children's] Sub-Committee. Undated, c. November 1976. [Some details redacted].
Date: April 7th 1976 - April 7th 1976
Digital copy of an Extract from The Review of the Roles of the Crown Officers. For Philip Sinel's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 15 December 2015, see C/D/AW2/B2/21/WS000706.
Date: December 1st 2010 - December 6th 2010
Digital copy of Exhibit PS4: Extract from The Review of the Roles of the Crown Officers. Used as evidence in relation to Philip Sinel's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 15 December 2015 [C/D/AW2/B2/21/WS000706].
Date: December 1st 2010 - December 6th 2010
Digital copy of Exhibit BH1: Criminal Justice Policy - Audit of the need for a Prosecution Service. Lodged au Greffe by the Deputy of St Martin [F J Hill]. Used in relation to F J (Bob) Hill's Witness Statement to the Inquiry, dated 24 June 2014, see C/D/AW4/B2/7/WS000515.
Date: October 19th 2007 - October 19th 2007
File relating to the Bank of England. Includes correspondence and reports concerning: external claims and liabilities, bank earnings, monetary control arrangements, overseas offices, advertising regulations, information requirements, statistical returns, financial reporting, offshore centres, Channel Island unit trusts, institutions authorised under the Banking Act 1979, large exposures undertaken, authorised depositories, stamp duty, a portfolio investment enquiry, the quality of monetary statistics, invisibles, registration under the Depositors and Investors (Prevention of Fraud) (General Provisions) (Jersey) Order 1980, trust companies, banking supervision, regulations, the off balance sheet business of banks, invisible earnings, requirements for branches of overseas banks, a visit to the Bank of England, open ended public collective investment funds, deposit taking institutions, and financial statistics, Also includes a newspaper cutting
Date: February 15th 1983 - July 16th 1992
File relating to the Policy and Resources Committee. Includes correspondence and reports concerning: the Press and Public Relations Working Party, committee reduction, decision conferencing, the capital programme, aviation fuel supplies, Millennium projects, a visit by the Home Secretary, the possible establishment of a Maison de Jersey in Normandy, the Memorandum of Understanding between Jersey and Madeira, and the legislative programme. Also includes copies of Committee Acts, press releases, and journal articles on Nigeria, and globalisation and governance
Date: July 17th 1995 - April 30th 1996
Testament of George Anderson, Queens Road, St Helier, Captain, late Nigerian Political Service of Cintra. Dated 1 June 1946. Codicil added 17 April 1947 Bequeaths to Joan Margaret Anderson rent charge dated 1793 on the Kilternan Abbey domaine in the county of Dublin.
Date: March 24th 1948 - March 24th 1948
Photograph of Father Louis Emile Gabriel Coty talking to Jersey Evening Post reporter Mr Michael Arthur “Mike” Rumfitt before leaving Jersey for the French Cameroons [now part of modern day Cameroon] following five years as curé [curate] of St Thomas’ Church, and a photograph of Father Coty.
Date: July 8th 1960 - July 16th 1960
File number: 47
Page number: 8
Images of the Reverend Father Francis Isherwood, the vicar of St Mary and St Peter's Roman Catholic Church, ahead of leaving the island to carry out voluntary work in the British Cameroons.
Date: January 9th 1976 - January 9th 1976
Photographer: Ron Mayne
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/48
Images of a group of Nigerian civil servants visiting the Department of Agriculture, where a selection of shellfish has been gathered.
Date: November 24th 1977 - November 24th 1977
Photographer: Reg Cridland
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1977/5575.
Images of a man stapling a charity appeal poster with the heading 'Dead or Alive!' issued by the Nigeria-based non-government organisation Action In Distress (AID) onto a message board.
Date: April 6th 1979 - April 6th 1979
Photographer: Peter Mourant
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/194
Images of Sir Martin Le Quesne, Deputy of St Saviour and formerly British ambassador to Mali and Algeria and high commissioner to Nigeria.
Date: January 3rd 1979 - January 3rd 1979
Photographer: Glenn Rankine
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1979/9323
Letter from Madge [Mary Louise de Carteret, née Franklin], Vale Farm, St Peter to K and K [Kenneth Henry Le Sueur and Kathleen Le Sueur, née de Carteret]. Provides news about her family including her children Margaret [Margaret Anne de Carteret] and Roger [George Roger de Carteret] and husband Eric [George Eric de Carteret], and refers to Jeanette Malet de Carteret travelling across Europe to Turkey in a jeep. Includes original envelope addressed to Mr and Mrs K Le Sueur, 35 The Woodlands, Beaulah [Beulah] Hill, Up [Upper] Norwood, London with one purple 3d postage stamp.
Date: November 2nd 1962 - November 2nd 1962
Script for a radio programme "Travel and Adventure - In Search of the Hairy Frog" by Gerald Durrell, broadcast on the BBC Home Service on 9 December 1951. N.B. Items with the references L/C/317/B1/1a - 1h were orignally one file entitled "GD Broadcasts, Radio - 1950s".
Date: December 9th 1951 - December 9th 1951
Extract from a script for a radio programme "In Town Tonight, No. 678", broadcast on the BBC Home Service on 1 August 1953. The extract concerns Gerald Durrell being interviewed about the publication of his first book "The Overloaded Ark" about his recent expedition to Cameroon to collect wild animals for zoos. Includes cover sheet and pages 16-19 of the script, page 16 includes pencil doodles by Durrell of a man smoking a pipe, a rodent-like animal and a bird's head. N.B. Items with the references L/C/317/B1/1a - 1h were orignally one file entitled "GD Broadcasts, Radio - 1950s". For remaining pages of the script for this programme, see item L/C/317/B1/2f.
Date: August 1st 1953 - August 1st 1953
Script for a radio programme "The Overloaded Ark". The script is in the form of a play or dramatisation of a wildlife collecting expedition to Cameroon and is dated 1953. N.B. Items with the references L/C/317/B1/2a - 2f were originally one file labelled "Broadcasts - 1951/1952/1953".
Date: 1953 - 1953
Script for a radio programme "The King and the Conga" by Gerald Durrell. The script is a dramatisation of events which took place duiring an animal collecting expedition to Cameroon. Broadcast 31 December 1954. N.B. Items with the reference numbers L/C/317/B1/3a-3d were originally part of one file entitled "Broadcasts - 1954/1955/1956".
Date: December 31st 1954 - December 31st 1954
Script for a radio programme "Encounters with Animals No. 6 - The Bandits" by Gerald Durrell, recorded December 11 1956 and Broadcast on the BBC Home Service April 27 1957. Contains a typescript draft with handwritten corrections and a finished script. N.B. Items L/C/317/B1/4a - 4f were originally part of one file entitled "Broadcasts - 1957"
Date: December 11th 1956 - April 27th 1957
Script for a radio programme 'The King and his Beasts' by Gerald Durrell, broadcast on the BBC Home Service on 29 May 1958. Includes two typescript drafts, one with handwritten annotations, and a finished script with handwritten annotations. N.B.Items with references L/C/317/B1/5a - 5h were orignally part of one file entitled 'Broadcasts - 1958'.
Date: May 29th 1958 - May 29th 1958