Correspondence and legislation relating to the removal of vraic, sand and gravel

Reference: A/D1/V10

Date: July 24th 1890 - August 22nd 1949

Papers relating to the collection of seaweed at St Ouen close to the Prisoner of War camp

Reference: A/E/8/4

Date: December 7th 1916 - December 12th 1916

Clearance of slipways for the gathering of seaweed

Reference: B/A/L3/2

Date: May 20th 1945 - May 25th 1945

Opening of slipways for vraic collecting at La Rocque, La Haule, Pontac, L'Etacquerel Tower, La Pulente, Greve De Lecq, Bonne Nuit Bay, Bouley Bay, Gorey Harbour, La Motte, Grand Hotel - St Helier, St Aubin, St Brelade's Bay - Centre. Includes correspondence on artificial fertilisers.

Reference: B/A/W32/4/8

Date: August 21st 1941 - November 9th 1943

Closure of the slipway near Etaquerel

Reference: B/A/W40/8/285

Date: April 28th 1944 - May 6th 1944

States minutes with an index at the front of the volume relating to subjects, people and places mentioned. Subjects include the militia, forts and castles, roads, naturalisations, the hospital, imports and the establishment of a public market.

Reference: C/A1/10

Date: September 16th 1799 - May 14th 1806

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: ancorage duties charged on the vessel 'La Julie'; arsenals and barracks; coastguard boats; repair of the battery de la Cotte; cattle from France; private chapel in St Helier; petition to raise height of road from St Helier harbour; cider; the Convention of Commerce and Navigation between UK and Norway and UK and France; prohibition of corn exports to UK; petition of islanders on the Corn Bill; the right of Crown Officers to speak in the States; deserters; drill sheds and magazines; contested elections; petitions of the Royal Court; the election of jurats; prohibition of export of wheat flour; proclamation of peace between England and France; prohibition of export of gun powder; relaxation of harbour regulations for the 'Shamrock'; St Helier Harbour; legacy of Jeanne Marett to General Hospital; trial by jury; Nicolas Hamptonne of St Mary; drill shed at St Mary; Royal disapproval of Act of States relating to methodists; the militia training; numbering houses; oyster fishery; petition from Trinity concerning merchants from France; petition of inhabitants of Charing Cross concerning animals; port charges; the prison and the treadwheel; prisoners of war in France; quarantine; enlargement of the Route du Coie, St Helier; vraic; naming of streets; purchase of land at Town Hill for fortifications; trade; relief for sufferers of war in Germany; cultivation of wasteland; preservation of woodland

Reference: C/A5/1

Date: March 21st 1785 - December 6th 1832

Various committees minute book. Committees include improvements to the Royal Court; law on hawkers; exports of grain; Merchant Seamen's Benefit Society; criminal procedures; regulation of the militia; Roman Catholic petition; Bonne Nuit harbour and road; import duties; lotteries; fishing; rating law; the prison; water supply in St Helier; the petition of Jean Le Couteur; road at Mont Cochon; Trinity road; Justice of the Peace; lighting in St Helier; Mont Orgueil harbour works; oyster fishing; naturalisations; devaloir at Dicq; road next to Gorey Common; road from Pont Marquet to La Haule; repairs at St Anastase School; roads in St Mary; heating of States Chamber; road from St Helier to St John; inquests; purchase of the Fief de Meleches; law on innkeepers; privileges of the Island; royal visit; la Rue aux Ronces; revision of laws; sanitary committee; law on succession; St Lawrence Marsh; orders in Council; salaried police; distilleries; representatives in the States; road from St John to Mont a l'Abbé; Hanois lighthouse; establishment of an industrial school; Fellowships at Oxford; abolition of dimes; parochial school at Grouville; epidemics; establishment of a lunatic asylum; writ of Habeas Corpus; commutation of seigneurial rights and others

Reference: C/D/AD1/1

Date: January 14th 1835 - May 4th 1859

Sound recording of Jack and Patricia Allaire speaking about the Occupation and the years after. They were interviewed on 15/02/2005 by Marleen Hacquoil for the Liberation to Coronation Oral History Project. Mr & Mrs Allaire talk about farm works, rations, food, the Red Cross parcels for children and adults, entertainment, clothes, school, electricity, collaboration, deportations and the prisonners of war during the Occupation. They also talk about Mr Allaire's family, farm work after the Occupation, cars, buses, tourism, radios, television, the Coronation and Royal Visits.

Reference: C/D/P/P1/1

Date: February 15th 2005

Extracts from the court rolls of the Fief Haubert and the Seigneurie of St Ouen relating to rentes, properties and judgements. Also includes: Order for tenants to bring details of their lands, duties, services and rentes to the next seigneurial court, 1670. Orders forbidding rights of passage across seigneurial land, the cutting of willows or plants, the drying or vraic and the allowing of boats on the pond, 1699. Judgement against Jean and Mathieu Le Rossignol for selling drink wihtout a licence, 1701. Rentes to be paid to Lady Anne Dumaresq, 1703

Reference: D/AL/A/1/3

Date: 1610 - 1703

Permission for the removal of vraic issued by the provost of the Seigneurie of St Ouen

Reference: D/AL/A/1/32

Date: 1669 - 1670

Plans of La Grande Route des Mielles [5 Mile Road]. Plan of vraic depot

Reference: D/AL/A1/243

Date: 1934 - 1934

Plans of La Grande Route des Mielles - Vraic fields near La Pulente

Reference: D/AL/A8/290(G3)

Date: 1930 - 1930

Draft regulations for the fishing and collection of vraic on the east coast of the island, presented by F Gaillard, Deputy of Trinity. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/4/11

Date: May 4th 1860 - May 4th 1860

Draft regulations for the fishing and distribution of vraic on the west coast of the island, presented to the States of Jersey by the Committee nominated by the Act of 06/09/1858. Lodged au Greffe, printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/4/3

Date: February 6th 1860 - February 6th 1860

Annual Report of the Official Analyst, F Woodland Toms, for the year ending 25/03/1899. Printed by C P Du Parcq, Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/101

Date: March 25th 1899 - March 25th 1899

Annual Report of the Official Analyst, F Woodland Toms, for the year ending 25/03/1893. Printed by Le Lievre Brothers, States Printers.

Reference: D/AP/AD/7/30

Date: March 22nd 1893 - March 22nd 1893

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