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 an order by the King to stop and detain any French vessels in Jersey waters as the French King had detained English ships in some French ports.

Reference: F/M/R2/10

Date: April 18th 1778 - April 18th 1778

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 petition that a duty be charged upon rum and gin.

Reference: F/M/R2/12

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 act on the import of rum and gin and the wish for it be declared null and void because it was not prepared properly.

Reference: F/M/R2/14

Date: July 12th 1783 - July 12th 1783

Extract from St James' Court regarding the dismissal of the Constable of St Martin and the refusal of the States of Jersey to allow the eldest centenier to sit in his place before an appeal and election takes place.

Reference: F/M/R2/15

Date: July 31st 1783 - July 31st 1783

Extract from St James' Court regarding the failure of the States of Jersey Assembly to pass an order by the King as a result of the absence of six jurats from the house. The jurats were Joshua Pipon, Francis Marett, Charles Payn, Elias Pipon, Philip Robin and Jean Poingdestre who were protesting against the States of Jersey being held with open doors.

Reference: F/M/R2/16

Date: March 21st 1785 - March 21st 1785

Extract from St James' Court regarding the conduct of the States in levying a charge of 30 guineas on the population, which was declared null by the King, the amount of members who should be in the States to pass acts and commenting on the behaviour of the Lieutenant Bailiff and other members of the States.

Reference: F/M/R2/17

Date: March 21st 1785 - March 21st 1785

Extract from St James' Court regarding complaints from the Lieutenant Bailiff and the Jurats of the Royal Court against the Clergy and Constables and vice versa.

Reference: F/M/R2/18

Date: June 24th 1786 - June 24th 1786

Extract from the Weymouth Court regarding the charging of duty on wines and other foreign liquors.

Reference: F/M/R2/19

Date: March 12th 1789 - March 12th 1789

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