Letter from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] re. 'exhibition of a spirit of insubordination amongst the officers of the St Lawrence Battalion' reference to a petition from the officers in 1846, request for observations

Reference: A/C2/15/1

Date: March 14th 1873 - March 14th 1873

Letter from Lieutenant Colonel Gervaise Le Gros, St Lawrence Battalion to the Adjutant General Royal Jersey Militia re. a comment made in the States referring to insubordination in the St Helier Battalion and a previous occurrence in the St Lawrence Battalion, refuted by Lieutenant Colonel Le Gros and request for an enquiry

Reference: A/C2/17/15

Date: August 25th 1875 - August 25th 1875

Copy of an Order of Justice relating to the insurrection [riot] in 1769 the storming of the Royal Court and the reward for information leading to the arrest of the participants

Reference: F/E/J11/8

Date: September 28th 1769 - November 1st 1769

Act of the Royal Court relating to the insurrection [riot] in 1769 and the storming of the Royal Court

Reference: F/E/J11/9

Date: November 17th 1769 - November 17th 1769

Extract from St James' Court regarding the report by Colonel Thomas Ball, the Lieutenant Governor and Charles Lempriere, the Lieutenant Bailiff, relating to a revolt by a number of people leading to Charles Lempriere, Jean Le Hardy and Josué Pipon, Jurats and Philippe Lempriere, Procureur being forced to flee to Elizabeth Castle.

Reference: F/M/R2/1

Date: October 27th 1769 - October 27th 1769

Extract from St James' Court regarding the measures being taken to bring those who were involved in a revolt to justice.

Reference: F/M/R2/2

Date: November 1st 1769 - November 1st 1769

Extract from St James' Court regarding the revolt that took place in Jersey on 28th September 1769 and the actions that are being taken in order to discover who took part and how to stop it from happening again.

Reference: F/M/R2/3

Date: July 7th 1770 - July 7th 1770

Extract from St James' Court regarding the revolt in Jersey

Reference: F/M/R2/4A

Date: March 28th 1771 - March 28th 1771

The Six-ou-Sou Revolt

Reference: L/F/22/F

Copy of letter from the States of Jersey to the King in Council requesting standard currency rates

Reference: L/F/22/F/1

Date: 1726 - 1726

Translation of the Order in Council concerning the currency dispute

Reference: L/F/22/F/10

Date: April 8th 1731 - April 8th 1731

Remarks upon the Jurats' answer to the Lieutenant Bailiff's representation concerning the election and powers of jurats

Reference: L/F/22/F/11

Date: 1731 - 1731

Copy of letter from the Privy Council to the Bailiff relating to Jersey's coinage

Reference: L/F/22/F/12

Date: April 8th 1731 - April 8th 1731

Copy of Order in Council expressing displeasure at the behaviour of the Lieutenant-Governor Howard and some of the jurats concerning dispute over the Jersey coinage

Reference: L/F/22/F/13

Date: April 8th 1731 - April 8th 1731

Copy of Order in Council relating to accusations made against the Lieutenant-Governor and others

Reference: L/F/22/F/14

Date: April 8th 1731 - April 8th 1731

Copy of letter signed by seven jurats addressed to Lord Carteret concerning their decision to cut their salaries

Reference: L/F/22/F/15

Date: September 25th 1731 - September 25th 1731

Order in Council for the reimbursement of the Lieutenant Bailiff and Procureur of their expenses arising from the pursuit of the case against the seven jurats

Reference: L/F/22/F/16

Date: April 11th 1734 - April 11th 1734

Copy of Order in Council the seven jurats being guilty of neglect of duty and denial of public justice

Reference: L/F/22/F/17

Date: April 11th 1734 - April 11th 1734

Copy of Order in Council concerning the appointment of jurats

Reference: L/F/22/F/18

Date: April 11th 1734 - April 11th 1734

Copy of the Order in Council relating to the value of French and English coinage in Jersey

Reference: L/F/22/F/2

Date: May 22nd 1729 - May 22nd 1729

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