Correspondence regarding the importation of a white bull-terrier by 2nd Lieutenant E Simpson from India into the Island after serving four months in quarantine

Reference: A/C2/49/1

Date: March 20th 1915 - April 17th 1915

Papers relating to the importation and quarantine regulations of dogs

Reference: A/D1/D7

Date: December 5th 1900 - April 17th 1928

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: ancorage duties charged on the vessel 'La Julie'; arsenals and barracks; coastguard boats; repair of the battery de la Cotte; cattle from France; private chapel in St Helier; petition to raise height of road from St Helier harbour; cider; the Convention of Commerce and Navigation between UK and Norway and UK and France; prohibition of corn exports to UK; petition of islanders on the Corn Bill; the right of Crown Officers to speak in the States; deserters; drill sheds and magazines; contested elections; petitions of the Royal Court; the election of jurats; prohibition of export of wheat flour; proclamation of peace between England and France; prohibition of export of gun powder; relaxation of harbour regulations for the 'Shamrock'; St Helier Harbour; legacy of Jeanne Marett to General Hospital; trial by jury; Nicolas Hamptonne of St Mary; drill shed at St Mary; Royal disapproval of Act of States relating to methodists; the militia training; numbering houses; oyster fishery; petition from Trinity concerning merchants from France; petition of inhabitants of Charing Cross concerning animals; port charges; the prison and the treadwheel; prisoners of war in France; quarantine; enlargement of the Route du Coie, St Helier; vraic; naming of streets; purchase of land at Town Hill for fortifications; trade; relief for sufferers of war in Germany; cultivation of wasteland; preservation of woodland

Reference: C/A5/1

Date: March 21st 1785 - December 6th 1832

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: an arsenal for St Helier Battalion; the library; registration; buoy near Chausseys; importation of French cattle from Guernsey; the census; export of grain; oyster fishing; heating in the Royal Court; punishment of crime; resignation of Jurat Philip de Carteret; protestant dissenters; distilleries and the trade in spirits; distressed seamen from the wreck 'Medusa'; dock dues; dredging; gas lighting in St Helier; extente of 1331; book entitled 'The Fortress'; gunpowder; improvements to St Helier harbour; exports from Mont Orgueil harbour; Jurat Le Couteur; maintenance of Kempt and Lewis Towers at St Ouen; sending lunatics to England or France and lunatics in the General Hospital; magazines; mails between England and the Channel Islands; marriage of Queen Victoria; sale of land from Jean and Thomas Perchard for Beresford Street market; painting of the laying of the foundation stone at St Helier harbour by G S Reynolds; petition against French imports; petition from the inhabitants of Gorey concerning fishing; better regulation of the prison; quakers and moravians; hoisting the yellow flag of quarantine; the Savings Bank and foreign vessels

Reference: C/A5/3

Date: March 13th 1837 - November 15th 1847

Digital copy of Minutes of the 18th Meeting of the Health and Social Services Committee. Health and Social Services Documentation as supplied by Lacey Advocates. Reference DELTA D HSSD 3170. [Some details redacted]. For Anton Skinner's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 24 July 2015, see C/D/AW2/B3/8/WS000614.

Reference: C/D/AW2/A7/15/WD007094

Date: May 5th 1999 - May 5th 1999

Plans of the alterations and additions to the Weighbridge Island site, St Helier - proposed quarantine kennels

Reference: D/AL/A7/2019(D1)

Date: 1950 - 1950

File on Quarantine Kennels and Rabies Control - Animal Shelter. A correspondence file relating to the organisation and construction of Quarantine Kennels along with information regarding the Laws surrounding the issue of Rabies Control. Correspondence is mainly between Department of Public Building and Works, Agriculture and Fisheries, the Finance and Economics Committee and contractors.

Reference: D/AL/D1/7/5

Date: 1968-01 - 1979

Plans of the proposed animals health quarantine station and kennels at the Animal Shelter ferred to in an act of the States

Reference: D/AP1/A1060/476/1/1(1)

Date: February 29th 1968 - February 29th 1968

Letter from Lieutenant Governor George Don to John Monamy, Constable of St Clement asking that quarantine laws be enforced properly

Reference: F/B/P1/19

Date: August 5th 1813 - August 5th 1813

Extract from St James' Court regarding the reintroduction of a forty days quarantine on ships coming from the ports of Spain as a result of an outbreak of plague in the Mediterranean

Reference: F/M/R2/11

Date: January 9th 1779 - January 9th 1779

Extract from St James' Court regarding the reinforcement of the 40 day quarantine rule on ships carrying books, silk, linen, cotton, yarn, hair, wool, skins and oil in chests coming into the British Isles as a result of the plague raging in Constantinople and other parts of the Levant.

Reference: F/M/R2/13

Date: October 17th 1780 - October 17th 1780

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

Letter from P Horman, Bristol to A de Gruchy and Sons concerning the the need for vessels leaving from England for Spain to be quarantined at Vigo

Reference: L/A/25/G2/1

Date: July 30th 1866 - July 30th 1866

Photograph of land behind the Animal Shelter which relates to the construction of a quarantine station.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/BUI/51/11

Date: 1967 - 1967

Subject: Buildings

File number: 51

Page number: 11

Photographs which relate to the quarantining of cattle and feature Jersey cows, bulls and calves at the Harbour.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/CAT/19/7

Date: April 16th 1970 - April 16th 1970

Subject: Cattle

File number: 19

Page number: 7

Photograph which concerns an Alsatian dog, photograph of the tanker Ardrossan, photograph of the dredger M D Fairway, and photograph which relates to the retirement of the Master Pilot after 40 years and features Captain Edwards presenting Ted Larbalestier and his wife with a silver tray and decanter.

Reference: L/A/75/A2/HARS/52/3

Date: October 22nd 1969 - October 31st 1969

Subject: Harbours

File number: 52

Page number: 3

Images of Mr Ruellan's dog in the quarantine section of the Jersey Animal Shelter.

Reference: L/A/75/A3/1/315

Date: February 12th 1976 - February 12th 1976

Photographer: Ron Mayne

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1976/315

Images of Ben the Alderney sheep dog arriving at Jersey Aiport and into quarantine following a diversion to France earlier in his travel schedule [from JEP 1983/01/05, p.5]. Post

Reference: L/A/75/A3/8/23

Date: January 4th 1983 - January 4th 1983

Photographer: Peter Mourant

JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/23.

Petition from the people to the King in Council relating to the outbreaks of contagious illnesses on the continent and the need for quarantine measures to avoid the illness spreading to Jersey. Reports that the illness was first noted in Marseille. Asks the King to ban all commerce with France - not dated

Reference: L/C/47/A/644

Date: 1850 - 1870

Letter from Lieutenant General George Don, Government House to 'My dear Sir' concerning a memorandum relating to Jersey Revenues about the impôt on spirits, also concerns the possibility of Guernsey producing coinage of £10,000 and the passing of an act in Jersey for additional coinage, and quarantine on all vessels arriving from the Meditterranean

Reference: L/F/95/B/29

Date: July 27th 1813 - July 27th 1813

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