Copy of letter from the Earl of Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage originally enclosed with 'an anonymous communication re. the Militia' with a request for comment

Reference: A/C2/10/1

Date: December 19th 1866 - December 19th 1866

Letter from James Fergusson, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage, Jersey re. request for information regarding the Militia in the absence of legislation, and informing him of the recommendations of Mr Hardy, a withdrawal of Government allowances and establishment of regular inspection of the Channel Islands Militia

Reference: A/C2/11/10

Date: November 7th 1867 - November 7th 1867

Copy of letter from the Earl of Longford, the War Office to the Under Secretary of State for the Home Department re. the condition of the Militia in the Channel Islands. Copy of letter from Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage, Lieutenant Governor of Jersey re. the condition of the Militia in Jersey. Copy of end of a letter from Major General Cuppage re. the condition of the Militia in Jersey

Reference: A/C2/11/2

Date: January 19th 1867 - January 22nd 1867

Letter from the Earl of Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage re. condition of the Militia in Jersey

Reference: A/C2/11/3

Date: January 22nd 1867 - January 22nd 1867

Copy of letter from Major General Burke Cuppage, Government House, Jersey to the Earl of Belmore re. the meeting of the States of Jersey the previous day, which discussed the Militia, the original letter was accompanied with a newspaper recording the States sitting. Copy of letter from the Earl of Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage passing on the thanks of Mr Secretary Walpole

Reference: A/C2/11/5

Date: February 5th 1867 - February 9th 1867

Letter from the Earl of Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage passing on the thanks of Mr Secretary Walpole

Reference: A/C2/11/6

Date: February 9th 1867 - February 9th 1867

Letter from the Earl of Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage re. newspaper allegations of the mutinous conduct of some men from the Third Regiment of the Jersey Militia, request by Mr Walpole for the facts of the case

Reference: A/C2/11/7

Date: May 10th 1867 - May 10th 1867

Copy of letter from the Earl of Belmore, Whitehall to Major General Cuppage re. newspaper allegations of the mutinous conduct of some men from the Third Regiment of the Jersey Militia, request from Mr Walpole for the facts of the case. Copy of a letter from Major General Burke Cuppage, Government House, Jersey to the Earl of Belmore acknowledging receipt of his letter of 10 May 1867 and providing more detail about the 13 'mutinous' soldiers

Reference: A/C2/11/8

Date: May 10th 1867 - May 16th 1867

Copy of a letter from A F O Liddell, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor, Jersey [Major General Burke Cuppage] re. reform of the Jersey Militia, originally enclosed with letter of 8 Aug 1868 see A/C2/12/5

Reference: A/C2/12/6

Date: August 10th 1868 - August 10th 1868

Letter from Sir M E Hicks Beach, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor, Jersey, request for details about the complaint received from a Corporal in the Jersey Militia re. the award of a good shooting medal by Sergeant Ching of the South Jersey Regiment

Reference: A/C2/12/8

Date: October 16th 1868 - October 16th 1868

Letter from A F Liddell, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] re. the transfer of business connected with the Channel Islands Militia from the Home Office to the War Office

Reference: A/C2/13/32

Date: November 26th 1870 - November 26th 1870

Letter from Mr A F O Liddell, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Sir William Norcott] originally enclosed with report from Colonel Hemery see A/C2/17/7 recommendation of a change in the law

Reference: A/C2/17/12

Date: August 7th 1875 - August 7th 1875

Letter from the Home Office, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Sir William Norcott] acknowledgement of receipt of a letter

Reference: A/C2/17/18

Date: December 28th 1875 - December 28th 1875

Letter from G Lushington, Whitehall to Lieutenant Governor Wray originally enclosed with letter from the War Office conveying views of the Secretary of State for War see A/C2/25/9

Reference: A/C2/25/12

Date: October 20th 1886 - October 20th 1886

Letter from the Secretary of State, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. compulsory service in the Militia

Reference: A/C2/25/4

Date: April 7th 1886 - April 7th 1886

Letter from G Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] originally enclosed with a petition from Edward Voisin requesting the abolition of compulsory service in the Militia

Reference: A/C2/25/8

Date: May 21st 1886 - May 21st 1886

Letter from G Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] informing him of the decision of the Home Secretary Matthews not to recommend to Her Majesty's Government any alterations to the 1881 Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/26/7

Date: April 5th 1887 - April 5th 1887

Copy letter from G E Merry, 1 Springfield Crescent to Secretary of State, Whitehall replying to a previous letter regarding compulsory military service, description of conditions for working men in the Island and incidences of small pox due to storage of uniforms

Reference: A/C2/27/4

Date: May 26th 1888 - May 26th 1888

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Brisbane Ewart] [originally enclosed with a copy of G E Merry's letter see A/C2/27/4] forwarding observations on the effect of compulsory military service

Reference: A/C2/27/5

Date: June 5th 1888 - June 5th 1888

Printed letter of receipt from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] acknowledging receipt of letter of 8 April

Reference: A/C2/29/3

Date: April 11th 1890 - April 11th 1890

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