Petitions

Reference: A/D3

Petition of John Winter Nicolle to the Right Honourable Secretary of State for the Home Department concerning the case of Jean Gibaut, who was imprisoned for debt and jurat Joshua George Falle who also fell into debt; requesting the investigation of the Bailiff, Sir George Bertram's actions in the cases

Reference: A/D3/1

Date: July 30th 1856 - June 26th 1890

Letter from Major General Burke Cuppage, Lieutenant Governor to the Right Honourable H Waddington, Home Office relating to the petition of prisoner Bradley, under sentence of death

Reference: A/D3/2

Date: August 2nd 1866 - August 2nd 1866

Letter from John Hammond to Major General Guy, Lieutenant Governor relating to the petition of Major General Burke Cuppage the previous Lieutenant Governor

Reference: A/D3/3

Date: November 9th 1868 - November 9th 1868

Correspondence relating to a petition brought to the Royal Court by Charles Hamon, ship master against the Jersey Mercantile Insurance Society for Shipping and the complaint by Charles Hamon to the Secretary of State, Home Office in the delay of the hearing at the Royal Court

Reference: A/D3/4

Date: June 12th 1876 - March 13th 1877

Letter from John Hammond to Major General Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor, relating to the petition of Rachel Gruchy regarding property in Jersey formerly belonging to her late husband

Reference: A/D3/5

Date: July 25th 1879 - July 25th 1879

Correspondence relating to a petition from John and Walter Bartlett to the Lords Commissioners of HM Treasury

Reference: A/D3/6

Date: December 21st 1882 - December 26th 1882

Correspondence relating to a petition from Philip Esnouf asking for leave to appeal in the case of Esnouf V HM Attorney General to the Privy Council

Reference: A/D3/7

Date: February 20th 1883 - March 20th 1883

Petition of C G Lethbridge, merchant to the Secretary of State regarding his conviction in the Royal Court

Reference: A/D3/8

Date: March 3rd 1883 - September 1st 1884

Correspondence relating to the petition of Samuel Le Riche to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury asking for the remission or reduction of a fine imposed by the Royal Court

Reference: A/D3/9

Date: September 27th 1883 - December 14th 1883

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

Petition and related correspondence from the publicans of St Helier to the Lieutenant Governor, Lothian Nicholson, the Bailiff, Sir Robert Pipon Marett and the Royal Court regarding the sale of alcohol on a Sunday

Reference: A/D3/11

Date: November 28th 1882 - December 4th 1882

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

Correspondence relating to a petition from Jersey fishermen to the Lieutenant Governor, Lothian Nicholson regarding the reserving of places in the fish market

Reference: A/D3/13

Date: May 4th 1882 - May 11th 1882

Correspondence relating to petitions from Miss Julia Sibly, Tunbridge House, Georgetown, Jersey to the Lieutenant Governor, Major General Henry Wray regarding her treatment by the police force

Reference: A/D3/14

Date: December 11th 1882 - November 7th 1902

Petition and related correspondence from Philip Larbalestier and George Luce, manufacturers of eau-de-cologne and perfumes to the Queen in Council regarding the duty to be paid wines and spirits imported to Jersey

Reference: A/D3/15

Date: April 25th 1885 - July 15th 1885

Petition and related correspondence from Henry Charles Bertram of Grouville to Queen Victoria requesting an inquiry into his unjust treatment by the Administrators of the Impôts

Reference: A/D3/16

Date: September 13th 1886 - February 10th 1887

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

Petition and related correspondence from wine merchants of Jersey to the Right Honourable George Joachim Göschen, Chancellor of the Exchequer regarding duties to be levied by HM Customs on bottled wines introduced to England

Reference: A/D3/19

Date: April 4th 1888 - April 10th 1888

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