Answer to a letter which makes certain allegations relating to the Governor and the running of the prison.The letter refutes each allegation in a series of points.

Reference: A/A8/1

Date: June 14th 1869 - June 14th 1869

Letter from Robert Pipon Marett Bailiff of Jersey and President of the Prison Board, to the Lieutenant Governor Major General H.M.Nicholson relating to the acceptance of the prison and house of correction as an authorised place for carrying out the provisions of the Army Discipline and Regulation Act. Also includes a typed transcription

Reference: A/A8/2

Date: February 3rd 1881 - February 3rd 1881

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor Nicholson to the Bailiff R[obert] P[ipon] Marett re. Private Arthur White request for his release from St Helier Gaol to join the draft of the 46th Regiment which will embark on 16 Sep 1880

Reference: A/C2/20/1

Date: August 14th 1880 - August 14th 1880

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

Papers relating to the sending of convicts to UK prisons

Reference: A/D1/C24

Date: July 14th 1872 - April 11th 1884

Papers relating to Laws concerning remissions of sentences

Reference: A/D1/L1/42

Date: April 2nd 1937 - October 20th 1947

Correspondence relating to prisoners with the Home Office, includes correspondence concerning Jersey prisoners transferred to England

Reference: A/D1/P7/1

Date: September 25th 1871 - December 29th 1899

Correspondence relating to prisoners with the Home Office, includes correspondence concerning Jersey prisoners transferred to England

Reference: A/D1/P7/2

Date: June 2nd 1900 - March 15th 1938

Correspondence with and reports from the Jersey Prison Board includes conditions in the prison and the presidency of the board

Reference: A/D1/P8/1

Date: March 23rd 1886 - July 8th 1895

Correspondence with and reports from the Jersey Prison Board includes legislation and regulations

Reference: A/D1/P8/2

Date: April 1st 1886 - April 6th 1918

Correspondence with and reports from the Jersey Prison Board includes maintenance of Jersey prisoners in English institutions and young offenders

Reference: A/D1/P8/3

Date: March 15th 1919 - April 4th 1940

Correspondence with and reports from the Jersey Prison Board includes maintenance of Jersey prisoners in English institutions and reports from the Commissioners of Prisons and the Directors of Convict Prisons

Reference: A/D1/P8/4

Date: February 11th 1834 - January 31st 1940

Correspondence relating to an application from Lieutenant Crespin to visit his mother in law, Mrs McGee in the debtor's prison

Reference: A/D3/10

Date: October 10th 1883 - October 15th 1883

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

Requisitioning of Block B and the Women's Section of the local prison

Reference: B/A/W40/8/30

Date: November 7th 1941 - March 19th 1942

Request from the Comptroller of Income Tax for the return of a notebook confiscated by the Germans belonging to Mr W F Machon, currently serving a sentence of imprisonment

Reference: B/A/W48/116

Date: October 2nd 1944 - October 31st 1944

Deferment of a sentence of one years imprisonment for George Clifford Michel, Farmer Respite from a prison sentence for George Courtman Breuilly, farmer, born 25/08/1904, of The Priory, Mont Cochon

Reference: B/A/W48/61

Date: June 10th 1942 - September 13th 1943

Application from Louis Hamon, 38 Ann Street, St Helier, currently convicted, to return to Jersey

Reference: B/A/W50/123

Date: November 22nd 1943 - November 22nd 1943

Release of Doris Herve from prison on the application of her brother Norman Cook, 6, Richmond Road, Almorah

Reference: B/A/W50/182

Date: November 20th 1944 - April 30th 1945

Closure of the Gymnasium at South Hill, St Helier to the civil population, and escape of prisoners from the prison

Reference: B/A/W50/194

Date: February 5th 1945 - February 8th 1945

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