Letter from E C Malet de Carteret, Lieutenant-Bailiff to C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor acknowledging his letter of 17 Aug regarding the storage of Arms, the wish of the Lieutenant-Governor for work to start on the country arsenals first is acknowledged

Reference: A/C2/28/16

Date: August 19th 1889 - August 19th 1889

Letter from the Secretary of State Home Department to C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor acknowledgement of his letter of the 4 Feb

Reference: A/C2/30/1

Date: February 6th 1891 - February 6th 1891

Draft letter to an unidentified gentleman from C B Ewart, Lieutenant- Governor regarding Colonel Le Cornu's term of office

Reference: A/C2/30/2

Date: April 7th 1891 - April 7th 1891

Letter from George Bertram, Bailiff to C B Ewart Lieutenant- Governor acknowledging receipt of his letter and originally enclosed with a letter from the Horse Guards referring to the strength of the Militia in the Island

Reference: A/C2/30/3

Date: October 17th 1891 - October 17th 1891

Copy letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to the Under Secretary of State Home Office informing him that Mr Malet de Carteret forfeited his right to be called Lieutenant Colonel after his resignation

Reference: A/C2/30/4

Date: November 14th 1891 - November 14th 1891

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor acknowledging receipt of his letter pointing out Mr Malet de Carteret is not entitled to the rank Lieutenant Colonel

Reference: A/C2/30/5

Date: November 20th 1891 - November 20th 1891

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to the Law Officers of the Crown regarding recalling the Reserve of the Militia for drill training

Reference: A/C2/31/1

Date: March 26th 1892 - March 26th 1892

Copy letter from C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor to the Law Officers of the Crown requesting their opinion regarding the necessity for legal assistance for the presentation of Militiamen for the recovery of fines before the Petty Debts Court

Reference: A/C2/31/2

Date: March 28th 1892 - March 28th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Solicitor General's Chambers to C B Ewart, Lieutenant-Governor acknowledging receipt of the L-G's 2 letters addressed to the Law Officers of the Crown see A/C2/31/2-3 due to the absence of the Attorney General from the Island the reply will be deferred until his return

Reference: A/C2/31/3

Date: March 29th 1892 - March 29th 1892

Copy letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to A Hilgrove Turner Solicitor General requesting his opinion on the subject of 'the prosecution of defaulting Militiamen'

Reference: A/C2/31/4

Date: March 30th 1892 - March 30th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner, Solicitor General to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] outlining his opinion relating to the Militia law for the prosecution of Militiamen

Reference: A/C2/31/5

Date: April 4th 1892 - April 4th 1892

Letter from Captain Herbert Plumer? to the General Officer Commanding at Jersey regarding the defence of the Island in case it should be threatened by any foreign power on the outbreak of war

Reference: A/C2/31/6

Date: April 5th 1892 - April 5th 1892

Draft letter from the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] to the Law Officers of the Crown regarding defence of the Island in case it is threatened by any foreign power

Reference: A/C2/31/7

Date: April 7th 1892 - April 7th 1892

Letter from A Hilgrove Turner Solicitor General to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding calling out the Reserve of the Militia for drill in reply to the L-G's letter of 26 March 1892 see A/C2/31/1

Reference: A/C2/31/8

Date: April 9th 1892 - April 9th 1892

Letter from W Venables Vernon, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding calling out the Militia Reserve for drill training

Reference: A/C2/31/9

Date: April 20th 1892 - April 20th 1892

Letter from W Venables Vernon & A Hilgrove Turner, Attorney General's Chambers to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding calling out the Militia Reserve with relation to the Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/31/10

Date: April 22nd 1892 - April 22nd 1892

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to W H Venables Vernon, Attorney General in reply to the letter of 22 April 1892 requesting clarification on 2 points, how a proclamation of martial law would be made in the Island if there was an outbreak of war and if communication with England was interrupted who would resume control to ensure the safety of the Island, the Lieutenant-Governor or the Officer Commanding the Troops

Reference: A/C2/31/11

Date: April 23rd 1892 - April 23rd 1892

Letter from W Venables Vernon, Lincoln's Inn, London to the Lieutenant-Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] regarding the subject of martial law with reference to Orders in Council of 1603 and 1845 and the situation in Guernsey in 1781

Reference: A/C2/31/12

Date: May 14th 1892 - May 14th 1892

Copy letter from C B Ewart Lieutenant-Governor to the Secretary of State for the Home Office regarding the 1881 Militia Law although the enactments are deemed sufficient to deal with the force in peace there is no provision made for mobilisation in time of war, recommends additions to the existing law

Reference: A/C2/31/13

Date: June 3rd 1892 - June 3rd 1892

Letter from Godfrey Lushington, Whitehall to the Lieutenant- Governor [Lieutenant General Charles Ewart] acknowledging the receipt of his letter of 3 June 1892 re. Militia Law

Reference: A/C2/31/14

Date: June 7th 1892 - June 7th 1892

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