Letter from Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to the Under Secretary of State Home Office re. Private Richard Perdy and Samuel Stone of the 32nd Light Infantry serving 3 months hard labour in St Helier request they accompany the draft of the 46th Regiment embarking for Gibraltar

Reference: A/C2/20/2

Date: September 7th 1880 - September 7th 1880

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

Message from the Lieutenant Governor to C P Le Cornu, originally enclosed papers re 'militiamen who were fined and imprisoned during the past twelve months'

Reference: A/C2/26/17

Date: April 23rd 1887 - April 23rd 1887

Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] to Godfrey Lushington, Home Office details of militiamen who were fined or imprisoned during the past twelve months

Reference: A/C2/26/18

Date: April 25th 1887 - April 25th 1887

Letter from Gervaise Le Gros, Seafield to Colonel Murrary regarding a previous enquiry concerning three men of the 32nd Regiment released from prison on 13 September 1880 on the authority of General Nicholson copy of his note enclosed, also reference to case of Ann Lake whose pardon was not registered and prisoner Ogilvie pardon registered 23 March 1849

Reference: A/C2/29/2

Date: April 10th 1890 - April 10th 1890

Letter from Lieut-Colonel T N Bagnall to the D A A G re. expenses for case brought against him by Private Biggs for wrongful imprisonment request the expenses can be recovered through the Army Council

Reference: A/C2/43/11

Date: January 31st 1907 - January 31st 1907

Letter from H G Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] regarding offences committed by Philip Egan, Frederick Brisset, George Malzard, Daniel Statt and Charles Malzard

Reference: A/C2/43/37

Date: April 20th 1907 - April 20th 1907

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Deputy Governor [Colonel H Ringwood] regarding the offences committed by Philip Egan, Frederick Brisset, George Malzard, Daniel Statt and Charles Malzard enclosed with Act of the Defence Committee 1 May 1907 and list of offences of the men

Reference: A/C2/43/40

Date: May 3rd 1907 - May 3rd 1907

Letter from H S Gough Lieutenant Governor to P Vaudin, Town Hall, St Helier requesting information about four militiamen who have committed offences Alexander Le Breton, Charles Bowin, William Durrant and George Dobin

Reference: A/C2/44/23

Date: April 15th 1908 - April 15th 1908

Letter from John Vaudin, Police Magistrate to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] in reply to his letter of 15 April see A/C2/44/22 outlining the offences and sentences of Alexander Le Breton, Charles Boivin, William Durrant and George Dobin

Reference: A/C2/44/24

Date: April 18th 1908 - April 18th 1908

Letter from Lothian Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor to John Sullivan, Public Notary relating to a petition requesting the remission of the sentence passed upon William Nicolle

Reference: A/D3/12

Date: January 29th 1883 - January 29th 1883

Petition and related correspondence from the members of the Island of Jersey district of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, Manchester Unity Friendly Society, on behalf of Clement Henry Rondel to Major General Wray, Lieutenant Governor relating to the trial of Clement Henry Rondel and his conviction to 5 years penal servitude for forgery and embezzlement of funds

Reference: A/D3/17

Date: April 27th 1887 - May 11th 1887

Petition and related correspondence from Henry Edward Le Vavasseur dit Durell , advocate of the Royal Court and Messers R S Taylor Son and Humbert of Gray's Inn, London, Solicitors, on behalf of Philip Gosset to the Secretary for State of the Home Department regarding the trial of Philip Gosset who was convicted of embezzlement

Reference: A/D3/18

Date: May 10th 1887 - February 13th 1893

Correspondence relating to the petition from R H Cooper to the Secretary of State regarding his sentence at the West London Police Court and his family who were left chargeable to the parish

Reference: A/D3/20

Date: September 18th 1889 - September 25th 1889

Petition and related correspondence from Jean Gibaut to the Privy Council regarding a fine of £75 on him for not declaring spirits and his subsequent imprisonment

Reference: A/D3/22

Date: October 30th 1889 - November 30th 1889

Correspondence relating to the petition from Alfred Reynolds to the Secretary of State regarding his detention in prison after not paying a fine

Reference: A/D3/25

Date: June 9th 1891 - June 25th 1891

Correspondence relating to the petition of Jean Marie Louis Bardoul to the Secretary of States regarding his conviction for Incendiarism at the Royal Court

Reference: A/D3/28

Date: October 5th 1895 - November 4th 1895

Correspondence relating to the petition of John Lindsay to the Secretary of State regarding his prison sentence for obtaining goods by false pretences

Reference: A/D3/29

Date: February 19th 1895 - February 28th 1895

Correspondence relating to a petition concerning Cecil Douglas to the Secretary of State regarding his conviction and treatment in prison

Reference: A/D3/34

Date: August 21st 1907 - August 24th 1907

Correspondence relating to an individual prisoner's petition for remission of sentence on account of good conduct and industry

Reference: A/D3/38

Date: January 20th 1913 - February 4th 1914

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