Extract from St James' Court regarding the dismissal of the Constable of St Martin and the refusal of the States of Jersey to allow the eldest centenier to sit in his place before an appeal and election takes place.

Reference: F/M/R2/15

Date: July 31st 1783 - July 31st 1783

Extract from St James' Court regarding the failure of the States of Jersey Assembly to pass an order by the King as a result of the absence of six jurats from the house. The jurats were Joshua Pipon, Francis Marett, Charles Payn, Elias Pipon, Philip Robin and Jean Poingdestre who were protesting against the States of Jersey being held with open doors.

Reference: F/M/R2/16

Date: March 21st 1785 - March 21st 1785

Extract from St James' Court regarding the conduct of the States in levying a charge of 30 guineas on the population, which was declared null by the King, the amount of members who should be in the States to pass acts and commenting on the behaviour of the Lieutenant Bailiff and other members of the States.

Reference: F/M/R2/17

Date: March 21st 1785 - March 21st 1785

Extract from St James' Court regarding complaints from the Lieutenant Bailiff and the Jurats of the Royal Court against the Clergy and Constables and vice versa.

Reference: F/M/R2/18

Date: June 24th 1786 - June 24th 1786

Extract from the Weymouth Court regarding the charging of duty on wines and other foreign liquors.

Reference: F/M/R2/19

Date: March 12th 1789 - March 12th 1789

Extract from St James' Court regarding the measures being taken to bring those who were involved in a revolt to justice.

Reference: F/M/R2/2

Date: November 1st 1769 - November 1st 1769

Petition to the King to ask permission to enclose and cultivate the commons in the island including the King's Common in Quennevais, St Brelade.

Reference: F/M/R2/20

Date: May 19th 1815 - May 19th 1815

Extract from St James' Court regarding the revolt that took place in Jersey on 28th September 1769 and the actions that are being taken in order to discover who took part and how to stop it from happening again.

Reference: F/M/R2/3

Date: July 7th 1770 - July 7th 1770

Extract from St James' Court regarding the price of taxation on wheat rente

Reference: F/M/R2/4

Date: March 23rd 1771 - March 23rd 1771

Extract from St James' Court regarding the revolt in Jersey

Reference: F/M/R2/4A

Date: March 28th 1771 - March 28th 1771

Extract from St James' Court regarding a code of laws which were agreed upon by the King's Court and the need to get the King's approval before acts pass into law.

Reference: F/M/R2/5

Date: April 8th 1771 - April 8th 1771

Extract from St James' Court regarding the law of quarantine on ships coming into the island. Previously ships carrying rags, cotton or wool on board had been forced to carry out a period of quarantine of 40 days as a result of disease on the continent however the law is here changed to qurantine not being necessary as long as the ship and crew received a clean bill of health.

Reference: F/M/R2/6

Date: June 8th 1771 - June 8th 1771

Extract from St James' Court regarding a petition by merchants of the island who seek to prevent unneccessary delays and obstructions in the clearing of ships

Reference: F/M/R2/7

Date: July 2nd 1771 - July 2nd 1771

Extract from St James' Court regarding the transportation of gunpowder and arms

Reference: F/M/R2/8

Date: June 1st 1776 - June 1st 1776

Extract from St James' Court regarding the transportation of gunpowder and arms

Reference: F/M/R2/9

Date: September 20th 1776 - September 20th 1776

Letter of Charles II to the Estates, thanking them for their loyalty, request to send the Commissioners to Breda, Netherlands to discuss how to punish the late Kings murderers & restore the writer. 22 January 1649/1650.

Reference: GD406/1/1866

Date: 1649 - 1650

Letter of Charles II to the Kirk, advising them moderation than acrimony is more likely to convince him of their genuine desire to restore him, asking them to send Commissioners to Breda on March 14. 22 January.

Reference: GD406/1/1867

Date: 1649 - 1650

Image of Mr Smith, Pearly Prince, Bert Matthews, Pearly King of Hampstead, and Rose Smith Pearly Queen, riding in a carriage. They were visiting the Island to raise funds for a cerebral palsy charity. Negative number 503 of Tourism Subject Box number 12 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference: L/A/75/A1/TOU/12/503

Date: July 20th 1964 - July 20th 1964

Image of Bert Matthews, Pearly King of Hampstead, Rose Smith Pearly Queen, and Mr Smith, Pearly Prince. They were visiting the Island to raise funds for a cerebral palsy charity. Negative number 502 of Tourism Subject Box number 22 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference: L/A/75/A1/TOU/22/502

Date: July 20th 1964 - July 20th 1964

Image which includes Bert Matthews, Pearly King of Hampstead, Rose Smith Pearly Queen, and Mr Smith, Pearly Prince. They were visiting the Island to raise funds for a cerebral palsy charity. Negative number 528 of Tourism Subject Box number 22 of the Jersey Evening Post (JEP) Photographic Archive. The negative was scanned at 1200 dpi and can be downloaded as a high quality jpg file. The quality of the scanned image is dependent on the condition of the original.

Reference: L/A/75/A1/TOU/22/528

Date: July 20th 1964 - July 20th 1964

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