Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] to the Under Secretary of State Home Office acknowledging receipt of his telegram see A/C2/26/14 and listing the offences under which men could be fined or imprisoned

Reference: A/C2/26/16

Date: April 23rd 1887 - April 23rd 1887

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

Letter from W Venables Vernon & A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding calling out the Militia Reserve with relation to the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/31/10

Date: April 22nd 1892 - April 22nd 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] acknowledging the receipt of his letter of 3 June 1892 re. Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/31/14

Date: June 7th 1892 - June 7th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Solicitor General to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] outlining his opinion relating to the Militia law for the prosecution of Militiamen

Reference: A/C2/31/5

Date: April 4th 1892 - April 4th 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

Copy letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] with the opinion Captain Pritchard's sons are not liable for military service under the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/39/15

Date: February 23rd 1903 - February 23rd 1903

Letter from the Under Secretary of State, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] informing him the Army Council had agreed to forward £70 to him to meet incidental expenses which may be incurred to 31 March 1904 in carrying out the provision of the Militia Law of 1903

Reference: A/C2/40/12

Date: March 19th 1904 - March 19th 1904

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Under Secretary of State, War Office report regarding the enrolment of the Royal Jersey Militia on 1st January, the training programme, the Arsenals and the amendment of the Militia Law of 1903

Reference: A/C2/40/18

Date: May 11th 1904 - May 11th 1904

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] inviting him to his office for an informal meeting regarding the Militia amendment

Reference: A/C2/40/44

Date: November 22nd 1904 - November 22nd 1904

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Richard Abadie] to the Under Secretary of State Home Office regarding the new Militia Law and the necessity to cover expenses, a request for £70

Reference: A/C2/40/8

Date: January 25th 1904 - January 25th 1904

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney Generals Chambers to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] originally enclosed with letter from Captain C Noyte-Bullock A/C2/41/19 re. 3 men absent from arms clothing opinion of the Attorney General that Article 19 of the Militia Law 1903 does not provide any means by which the fines can be inflicted

Reference: A/C2/41/22

Date: April 6th 1905 - April 6th 1905

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Rev Mr Luce St Saviour's Rectory, St Saviour enclosed with a draft Report from a Sub-Committee which is proposed to be made into the Finance Law, approval from the Governor of the contents of the Report from the Militia point of view

Reference: A/C2/41/35

Date: May 25th 1905 - May 25th 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] requesting an Assembly of the States to discuss the Law re. tobacco tax and to receive a report from the Finance Committee

Reference: A/C2/41/41

Date: July 22nd 1905 - July 22nd 1905

The Lieutenant Governor's [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] Speech in the States re. Militia Law amendment

Reference: A/C2/41/42

Date: August 31st 1905 - August 31st 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] requesting a sitting of the States on 15 September to discuss tobacco legislation, Militia Law amendments and Mont Orgueil

Reference: A/C2/41/43

Date: September 9th 1905 - September 9th 1905

Post Office Telegraph from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] disclaiming the report that a Battalion is only being sent to Jersey as inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/45

Date: September 14th 1905 - September 14th 1905

The Lieutenant Governor's [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] statement in the States to dispel the rumours that 'His Majesty's Government has only promised to send a Regiment to Jersey as an inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/46

Date: September 15th 1905 - September 15th 1905

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