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

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

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him of the agenda for the next States Sitting on 26 September purchase of lands by the States at St Ouen's Bay for military purposes and proposed legislation to amend the existing Militia Act

Reference: A/C2/41/47

Date: September 22nd 1905 - September 22nd 1905

Letter from H Cunningham, Home Office, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] regarding the renewal of the Jersey Militia Act of 1905 to allow provision of funds for the Militia from the States

Reference: A/C2/44/35

Date: May 16th 1908 - May 16th 1908

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] informing him of receipt of a letter from the Home Office see A/C2/44/35 regarding fresh legislation to provide funds for the Militia

Reference: A/C2/44/36

Date: May 18th 1908 - May 18th 1908

Letter from the Bailiff, W V Vernon to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] re. legislation to provide funds for the Militia, explanation of the situation that now no special law is required, enclosed with an Act of the States

Reference: A/C2/44/37

Date: May 26th 1908 - May 26th 1908

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Under Secretary of State in reply to his letter of 16 May see A/C2/44/35 explaining that no special law is now needed to provide funds for Militia expenses

Reference: A/C2/44/38

Date: May 28th 1908 - May 28th 1908

Correspondence between the War Office, the Lieutenant Governor, Major General William Douglas Smith, the Bailiff W V Vernon, the Lieutenant Bailiff L Aubin, Solicitor General C E Malet de Carteret & Ernest Le Sueur Greffier re. the new Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/55/1

Date: September 15th 1921 - December 28th 1921

Correspondence between the Lieutenant Governor, Major General The Hon Sir Francis R Bingham, the Home Office, the Law Officers of the Crown, the Solicitor General, A Coutanche & Ernest Le Sueur Greffier regarding the Militia Law 1921

Reference: A/C2/58/1

Date: May 17th 1927 - August 8th 1927

General Files

Reference: A/D

Correspondence with the Ministry of Agriculture concerning legislation and imports

Reference: A/D1/A9/1

Date: November 19th 1894 - March 31st 1960

Correspondence, returns and legislation relating to the registration of births, marriages and deaths and the census

Reference: A/D1/B8

Date: December 19th 1882 - January 1st 1939

Correspondence concerning copyright legislation

Reference: A/D1/C17

Date: March 25th 1885 - May 15th 1950

Papers relating to legislation on public elections, includes proposed elections on a Sunday

Reference: A/D1/E2

Date: February 25th 1830 - October 21st 1987

Papers relating to the legislation and regulation of fishing, includes a petition from trawlermen, relating to the competition from steam and motor vessels

Reference: A/D1/F17

Date: February 7th 1884 - October 7th 1938

Papers relating to Fiefs, includes; legislation and petitions

Reference: A/D1/F3

Date: April 13th 1886 - September 26th 1924

Papers relating to gas legislation lodged by the Jersey Gas Light Company Limited

Reference: A/D1/G11

Date: March 16th 1916 - February 18th 1918

Papers relating to health legislation, includes details of conventions put together after an International Sanitary Convention held in Paris, inspection of ships for illnesses and the need to fly flags informing authorities of the presence of disease, regulations on cholera, yellow fever and plague, reports on unsanitary conditions in the Island including St Helier and St Luke's/Grève d'Azette district, reports on the treatment of sewage from the UK, a petition relating to unsanitary conditions in St Aubin's Harbour, the dumping of refuge dredged from the Harbour between Elizabeth Castle and Picket House, petition of the Jersey Commercial Association asking for supervision on drainage from houses and the cessation of the dumping of sewage at the Fort d'Auvergne area, Havre des Pas, an outbreak of enteric fever in St Helier, cases of venereal disease affecting the troops and treatment, deaths of tuberculosis in the Island, law relating to the Public Lunatic Asylum, UK guidance relating to cancer, procedures to follow when armed force personnel are invalided from service, law granting Act of Incorporation for the Jersey Dispensary and Infirmary and the Jersey Clinic

Reference: A/D1/H17

Date: September 7th 1871 - May 4th 1937

Correspondence and papers relating to hospitals; bills, acts, legislation, purchase of Overdale and appointment of a Radiologist

Reference: A/D1/H6

Date: November 1st 1872 - January 31st 1976

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