Letter to the States of Jersey from Philippe Jean Ouless re. the dedication of his book 'The Scenic Beauties of the Island of Jersey' to the States. Lodged au Greffe

Reference: D/AP/U/14

Date: September 10th 1840 - September 10th 1840

Petition to Major General Edward Willis, Lieutenant Governor; William Vernon, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the owners of heavy motor vehicles fitted with solid tyres regarding the amendments to the 'Reglement sur la Police des Chemins et la circulaiton sur la voie publique' adopted by the States 01/04/1930 (Rules regarding the policing of the roads and circulaiton of public traffic). Objection to the prohibition of motor lorries (exceeding 4 tons) to use the roads unless fitted with pneumatic tyres due to the financial hardship it will cause to the petitioners. Lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/140

Date: February 25th 1931 - February 25th 1931

Petition to the States of Jersey from the executive council of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce requesting the States 'to appoint a States Committee to pursue the development of the Island as a tourist and residential resort. Presented by John Thomas Ferguson, Constable of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/141

Date: March 18th 1931 - March 18th 1931

Petition to Major General Edward Willis, Lieutenant Governor; Charles Edward Malet de Carteret, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from John Edwin Pinel, Judge, regarding payments to judges. The payment under the law of 1864 was £400 but depreciation has made this sum only worth £200. Presented by Philip Norman Richardson, Deputy of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/142

Date: February 23rd 1932 - February 23rd 1932

Petition to Major General E H Willis, Lieutenant Governor; Charles Edward Malet de Carteret, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from Samuel Falle and the Committee of the Jersey District Nursing Association requesting an Act of Incorporation to enable them to expand as an organisation. Presented by John Thomas Ferguson, Constable of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/143

Date: April 7th 1932 - April 7th 1932

Petition to Major General E H Willis, Lieutenant Governor; Charles Edward Malet de Carteret, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the adult residents of the Island of Jersey requesting an Animals Protection Act to be passed by the States, a law regarding dogs should supply better means of disposal of strays and protection should be given in law to performing animals and domestic animals should be protected from poison used to destory vermin. Presented by Sydney George Crill, Constable of St Clement, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/144

Date: January 19th 1933 - January 19th 1933

Petition to Major General Edward Henry Willis, Lieutenant Governor, Charles Edward Malet de Carteret, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the Reverend Herbert William Quarrie, Vicar of the District Church of St Andrew requesting the authorisation to sell the old church of St Andrew, subject to the demolition and removal of the porch and bell tower to help with the cost of building of the new church. Presented by Samuel Falle, Rector of St Helier, lodged au Greffe.

Reference: D/AP/U/145

Date: August 14th 1933 - August 14th 1933

Petition to General Sir George Eskine, Lieutenant Governor; Sir Alexander Coutanche, Bailiff and the States of Jersey from the inhabitants of First Tower and Bellozanne regarding the 'nauseating smells polluting the air' request for a special Committee to deal with the problem. Included table dated 1961, settled sewage analytical results and letter from D W Ryan, President of the Jersey Hotel & Guest House Association to the Bailiff regarding the issue.

Reference: D/AP/U/147

Date: 1960 - 1961

Petition to Lieutenant-Governor Major-General E H Willis CB CMG, Reginal Malet de Carteret, Seigneur of St Ouen's and the members of the States of Jersey regarding the shortage of suitable houses for the accommodation of workers.

Reference: D/AP/U/148

Date: 1930 - 1930

Letter from H Touzel and M Amiraux, St Helier to Philip Nicolle, President of the Committee of the Jail with reference to the accompanying copy of Act of the States passed 15/10/1833 re. introduction of labour into the prison and requesting to attend the next meeting of the Committee.

Reference: D/AP/U/146/1

Date: December 11th 1833 - December 11th 1833

Estimate for erecting a shed for the prisoners of the Town Jail, St Helier

Reference: D/AP/U/146/2

Date: December 28th 1833 - December 28th 1833

Printed copy of the rules of the Public Prison

Reference: D/AP/U/146/3

Date: January 20th 1834 - January 20th 1834

Letter from H Touzel, Governor's Office to F Godfray, Greffier originally enclosed with copies of Reports on Gaols and Houses of Correction (England & Wales).

Reference: D/AP/U/146/4

Date: June 27th 1835 - June 27th 1835

Letter from J Le Couteur, Viscount to Philip Marett, Lieutenant Bailiff enclosed with a communication from the prisoner, Charles Carus Wilson re prison conditions, requesting him to lay it before the Prison Board

Reference: D/AP/U/146/5

Date: September 30th 1844 - September 30th 1844

Draft petition and representation of the States of Jersey against an Order of Her Majesty in Council of 31/07/1858 relative to the government of Victoria College

Reference: D/AP/U/146/6

Date: November 8th 1858 - November 8th 1858

Draft affidavit of Thomas Dorey, 21, Hill Street, St Helier, dénonciateur of the Royal Court referring to the release of Privates Arthur White, Samuel Stone and Richard Purdey of the 32nd Light Infantry from prison on royal warrant to proceed on foreign service 05/04/1890. Copies of letters between Lothian Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor; Sir Robert Pipon Marett, Bailiff and the Secretary of State 1880s

Reference: D/AP/U/146/7

Date: August 25th 1880 - October 4th 1880

Date: April 5th 1890 - June 13th 1890

Petition to the Queen in Council from the Bailiffs and Jurats of the Royal Court of Jersey regarding requesting that her Majesty direct the Lieutenant Governor to present to the Royal Court the Royal warrant for the discharge out of custody of Marie Françoise Daniel. Copy letters about the transport of Marie Daniel from the Prison to Saint-Brieuc, France between C B Ewart, Lieutenant Governor; Sir George Bertram, Bailiff and the Constable of St Helier, Philip Baudains.

Reference: D/AP/U/146/8

Date: January 11th 1890 - April 28th 1890

List of charges for the copying and writing of papers relating to court matters

Reference: D/AP/U/146/9

Date: January 30th 1890 - June 28th 1890

Letters from George Bertram, Bailiff (New University Club, St James Street, London; 36, Campden Hill Gardens, London and Rockmount, Gouray, Jersey) to Humphrey re. a constitutional question between the States of Jersey and the Privy Council, details not explained in the letter but reference to repealing the Order in Council 1679, relates to other papers re. royal pardons

Reference: D/AP/U/146/10

Date: February 11th 1890 - April 9th 1890

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