Expenses

Reference: A/A10

Correspondence relating to expenses incurred in keeping government accounts for the Island of Jersey includes a typewritten transcription

Reference: A/A10/1

Date: December 19th 1799 - December 19th 1799

Correspondence relating to expenses incurred in keeping government accounts for the Island of Jersey includes a type written transcription

Reference: A/A10/2

Date: March 20th 1807 - March 20th 1807

Correspondence relating to request for the inclusion of three inspectors for the Jersey Militia. [Includes a typewritten transcription]

Reference: A/A11/1

Date: December 8th 1807 - December 8th 1807

Correspondence relating to request for the appointment of an Adjutant in the Jersey Militia . [Includes a typewritten transcription]

Reference: A/A11/1a

Date: June 5th 1806 - June 5th 1806

Correspondence sent from Whitehall relating to request for the inclusion ofan additional inspector for the Jersey Militia. [Includes a typewritten transcription]

Reference: A/A11/2

Date: June 18th 1815 - June 18th 1815

Correspondence sent from Whitehall relating to the plan to retain a certain proportion of the Jersey troop including a Serjeant and 12 men, for service on the Island. [Includes a typewritten transcription]

Reference: A/A11/3

Date: November 24th 1815 - November 24th 1815

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

Reference: A/A11/4

Date: September 6th 1816 - September 6th 1816

Correspondence sent from Whitehall relating to inspection returns for the Jersey Militia

Reference: A/A11/5

Date: August 14th 1817 - August 14th 1817

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the cost of alterations to Goverment House St Saviour. Correspondence includes plans of the proposed alterations and a detailed breakdown of expenditure

Reference: A/A6/15

Date: April 13th 1831 - April 13th 1831

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the cost of alterations to Goverment House St Saviour.

Reference: A/A6/16

Date: April 13th 1831 - April 13th 1831

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the cost of alterations to Goverment House St Saviour amd the problem of keeping servants in a house where the servants hall is not fit for purpose

Reference: A/A6/17

Date: May 15th 1831 - May 15th 1831

Photocopy of correspondence relating to the cost of alterations to Goverment House St Saviour. Includes a plan of the front elevation of Government House

Reference: A/A6/18

Date: September 13th 1831 - September 13th 1831

Photocopy of detailed plans of the propsed alterations to Goverment House

Reference: A/A6/19

Date: September 13th 1831 - September 13th 1831

Letter from G Bertram, Attorney General to Lieutenant Governor Nicholson re. Captain Godfray's legal costs

Reference: A/C2/22/12

Date: May 9th 1882 - May 9th 1882

Letter from Lieutenant Governor Wray to the Under Secretary of State for the Home Office analysing the number of troops needed for the security of the Island and the cost to the Island of the present system, statement of Militia expenditure from States revenue

Reference: A/C2/25/10

Date: August 28th 1886 - August 28th 1886

Letter from W Venables Vernon, Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him that the States are desirous of the contingent of the Royal Jersey Militia proceeding to London for the Coronation celebrations and will bear the expense

Reference: A/C2/38/14

Date: July 26th 1902 - July 26th 1902

Letter from the Under Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] regarding the expenses of mobilising the Jersey Militia originally enclosed with a letter from the War Office

Reference: A/C2/39/1

Date: January 1st 1904 - January 1st 1904

Estimates of expenses for the Royal Jersey Militia for the year 1904 including the Medical Corps, Engineer Company, 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Battalion, Royal Jersey Artillery and expenses for training

Reference: A/C2/40/15

Date: March 1st 1904 - March 1st 1904

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] enclosed with account of the expenses incurred by him in London after the Patch case was taken up by the Attorney General see A/C2/40/47 Attorney General acknowledging receipt of his letter of 5 February see A/C2/42/14 and informing him he had forwarded his letter to the Home Office re expenses incurred during the Patch case with transcript

Reference: A/C2/42/14

Date: February 5th 1906 - February 5th 1906

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