Letter from Colonel J Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to General Guy outlining his career in the military since 1806, which included serving in the War against the United States of America and requesting his retirement in his seventy-fifth year

Reference: A/C2/12/9

Date: October 23rd 1868 - October 23rd 1868

Printed copy of a prayer 'By the Bishop of Winchester for use in Families, and in private during the continuance of the present war between France and Prussia' - not dated

Reference: A/C2/13/40

Date: 1870 - 1870

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to W H Venables Vernon, Attorney General in reply to the letter of 22 April 1892 requesting clarification on 2 points, how a proclamation of martial law would be made in the Island if there was an outbreak of war and if communication with England was interrupted who would resume control to ensure the safety of the Island, the Lieutenant-Governor or the Officer Commanding the Troops

Reference: A/C2/31/11

Date: April 23rd 1892 - April 23rd 1892

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to the Secretary of State for the Home Office regarding the 1881 Militia Law although the enactments are deemed sufficient to deal with the force in peace there is no provision made for mobilisation in time of war, recommends additions to the existing law

Reference: A/C2/31/13

Date: June 3rd 1892 - June 3rd 1892

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding the Jersey Militia in time of war being brought under the Army Act 1881, H M Government in favour, would want an indication of the reaction of the States of Jersey

Reference: A/C2/31/15

Date: July 11th 1892 - July 11th 1892

Letter from the Secretary of State Home Department to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] informing him the L-G could show the correspondence re. the Jersey Militia in time of war to the Bailiff

Reference: A/C2/31/18

Date: September 27th 1892 - September 27th 1892

Letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office informing him of the meeting between the L-G, the Bailiff and Solicitor General, the Bailiff will consider if there are any means by which he can 'sound' the States over the question of bringing the Jersey Militia in time of war under the Army Act 1881

Reference: A/C2/31/19

Date: October 24th 1892 - October 24th 1892

Letter from the Secretary of State Home Department to the Lieutenant-Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] requesting information about the matter of bringing the Jersey Militia in time of war under the Army Act 1881

Reference: A/C2/31/20

Date: November 18th 1892 - November 18th 1892

Letter from E Markham, Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office reply to letter of 18 Nov 1892 A/C2/31/20 the Bailiff not informed the L-G of any steps that had been taken to sound the States with regard to the Jersey Militia in time of war being brought under the Army Act 1881

Reference: A/C2/31/21

Date: November 21st 1892 - November 21st 1892

Letter from E Markham, Lieutenant-Governor to Sir G C Bertram, Bailiff, requesting if the Bailiff had taken any further steps regarding sounding out the States to bring the Jersey Militia in time of war under the Army Act 1881

Reference: A/C2/31/22

Date: December 3rd 1892 - December 3rd 1892

Letter from E Markham, Lieutenant-Governor to the Bailiff in reply to his letter A/C2/31/24 informing him the point on which the States should be sounded was 'a view to bring the Jersey Militia in time of war under the operation of the Army Act 1881'

Reference: A/C2/31/24

Date: December 6th 1892 - December 6th 1892

Letter from Captain Herbert Plumer? to the General Officer Commanding at Jersey regarding the defence of the Island in case it should be threatened by any foreign power on the outbreak of war

Reference: A/C2/31/6

Date: April 5th 1892 - April 5th 1892

Draft letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to the Law Officers of the Crown regarding defence of the Island in case it is threatened by any foreign power

Reference: A/C2/31/7

Date: April 7th 1892 - April 7th 1892

Copy letter from E Markham, Lieutenant-Governor to W H Venables Vernon, Attorney General request for the opinion of the Law Officers re. what legal authority is necessary for the raising of Volunteer Corps on the outbreak of hostilities

Reference: A/C2/33/1

Date: January 31st 1894 - January 31st 1894

Letter from W Venables Vernon, Attorney General to the Lieutenant- Governor [Major General Edwin Markham] reply to his letter of 31 January 1894 see A/C2/33/1 re. position of the Volunteer corps in the event of hostilities in the Island

Reference: A/C2/33/2

Date: February 17th 1894 - February 17th 1894

Congratulations on the ending of the Boer War

Reference: A/D1/B12

Date: May 7th 1900 - June 9th 1902

Instructions from the Home Office concerning censorship and other measures in time of war

Reference: A/D1/C12

Date: June 2nd 1931 - February 9th 1932

Number of casualties in the Crimean War

Reference: A/D1/C8

Date: April 1st 1854 - December 31st 1855

Photocopies of Guernsey documents relating to privateers and newscuttings relating to Jersey privateers during the wars with France

Reference: A/D1/P22

Date: 1777 - 1988

Instructions for the Post Office in case of war

Reference: A/D1/W4

Date: November 28th 1972 - June 2nd 1976

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