Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] to Godfrey Lushington, Home Office details of militiamen who were fined or imprisoned during the past twelve months

Reference: A/C2/26/18

Date: April 25th 1887 - April 25th 1887

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor acknowledging receipt of recent letters re numbers of cases of fines and imprisonment

Reference: A/C2/26/19

Date: April 29th 1887

Copy letter from the Secretary of State for War to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office informing him there is no objection that the name W E Johnson is removed form the list of officers of the Militia

Reference: A/C2/26/20

Date: April 29th 1887 - April 29th 1887

Letter from the Secretary of State Home Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. the removal of the name W E Johnson from the list of officers of the Militia

Reference: A/C2/26/21

Date: May 5th 1887 - May 5th 1887

Letter from Assistant Adjutant General C P Le Cornu to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Henry Wray] re. enquiry into the circumstances attending the wounding of Daniel Girard by a rifle bullet when in his boat off Gorey

Reference: A/C2/26/22

Date: August 18th 1887 - August 18th 1887

Letter re Bonne Nuit Barracks ?? papers still at Gov House 110

Reference: A/C2/26/23

Date: October 6th 1887 - October 6th 1887

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Wray to the Bailiff George Bertram re. the wounding of fisherman Daniel Girard see A/C2/26/22

Reference: A/C2/26/24

Date: October 6th 1887 - October 6th 1887

Letter from the Bailiff George Bertram to the Lieutenant Governor Wray acknowledging receipt of letter re wounding of Daniel Girard the incident to go to the States at the next sitting

Reference: A/C2/26/25

Date: October 17th 1887 - October 17th 1887

Draft letter from the Lieutenant Governor re. the petition regarding compulsory service in the Militia - not dated

Reference: A/C2/26/26

Date: 1887 - 1887

Letter from J J de la Taste, Lieutenant Colonel the Officer commanding the Royal Jersey Militia to the Adjutant General informing him Gunner H Hall was wounded in the foot at La Collette Battery and can no longer work at his job as a gardener

Reference: A/C2/27/1

Date: May 19th 1888 - May 19th 1888

Copy of proceedings of Court of Inquiry at St Helier Arsenal investigating the circumstances attending the injury of H Hall, 2 Kew Cottages, St Helier, F Battery Royal Jersey Artillery

Reference: A/C2/27/2

Date: May 21st 1888 - May 21st 1888

Copy letter from Lieutenant Governor C B Ewart to the Bailiff George Bertram originally enclosed with a letter from Colonel de la Taste and Court of Inquiry proceedings see A/C2/27/2 regarding injury of H Hall, a matter for the Defence Committee to provide relief for the family

Reference: A/C2/27/3

Date: May 26th 1888 - May 26th 1888

Copy letter from G E Merry, 1 Springfield Crescent to Secretary of State, Whitehall replying to a previous letter regarding compulsory military service, description of conditions for working men in the Island and incidences of small pox due to storage of uniforms

Reference: A/C2/27/4

Date: May 26th 1888 - May 26th 1888

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Brisbane Ewart] [originally enclosed with a copy of G E Merry's letter see A/C2/27/4] forwarding observations on the effect of compulsory military service

Reference: A/C2/27/5

Date: June 5th 1888 - June 5th 1888

Act signed by the Greffier W Bertram Godfray & the Committee for the Defence of the Island re. the compensation claim by H Hall see A/C2/27/2 and the Committee's decision

Reference: A/C2/27/6

Date: June 7th 1888 - June 7th 1888

Letter from the Bailiff George Bertram to the Lieutenant Governor Ewart originally enclosed with the Act from the Committee for the Defence of the Island see A/C2/27/6

Reference: A/C2/27/7

Date: June 12th 1888 - June 12th 1888

Letter from the Lieutenant Governor Ewart to the Under Secretary of State, Home Office acknowledging receipt of letter from G E Merry, enquiring into the storage of uniforms

Reference: A/C2/27/8

Date: June 14th 1888 - June 14th 1888

Copy letter from W B Godfray, Greffier on behalf of the Defence Committee re. the sum of money voted to H Hall

Reference: A/C2/27/9

Date: July 7th 1888 - July 7th 1888

Letter from the Bailiff, George Bertram to the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] re. the sum of £3 voted to Gunner H Hall by the Defence Committee, originally enclosed with letter from the Greffier writing on behalf of the Defence Committee see A/C2/27/9

Reference: A/C2/27/10

Date: July 9th 1888 - July 9th 1888

Copy letter from the Lieutenant Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to T Le Gallais, Constable of St Saviour re. the unsatisfactory condition of the drill shed near St Saviour's Church

Reference: A/C2/27/11

Date: September 15th 1888 - September 15th 1888

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