Letter from Sir M E Hicks Beach, Whitehall to the Lieutenant Governor, Jersey, request for details about the complaint received from a Corporal in the Jersey Militia re. the award of a good shooting medal by Sergeant Ching of the South Jersey Regiment

Reference: A/C2/12/8

Date: October 16th 1868 - October 16th 1868

Letter from Colonel J Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to General Guy outlining his career in the military since 1806, which included serving in the War against the United States of America and requesting his retirement in his seventy-fifth year

Reference: A/C2/12/9

Date: October 23rd 1868 - October 23rd 1868

Letter from Colonel Le Couteur, Belle Vue, Jersey to Major General Guy tendering his resignation from the position of Adjutant General of the Royal Jersey Militia see A/C2/12/9

Reference: A/C2/12/10

Date: October 23rd 1868 - October 23rd 1868

Copy of a draft unsigned letter from Government House to the Committee for Provision of the Militia Laws re. reform of the Militia - not dated

Reference: A/C2/12/11

Date: 1868 - 1868

Pay list and accounts of the staff of the Jersey Militia and the Jersey Regiment and papers relating to the militia accounts and embezzlement of Mr Gardiner

Reference: A/C2/12/12

Date: March 31st 1868 - September 12th 1868

Copy of printed petition from the inhabitants of Jersey to the Secretary of State for the Home Department 'praying...that the Jersey Militia be disbanded ...in time of peace, as its compulsory service is unjust and contrary to the spirit of the age' John Sullivan Notary. Supplement note to the case, John Sullivan Notary

Reference: A/C2/13/1

Date: April 25th 1870 - April 25th 1870

Letter from Richard Bellis, late acting Military Chaplain, St Helier 21, Marquess Road, Islington, London to C [Charles] Stewart, Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] re. terms of his appointment

Reference: A/C2/13/2

Date: May 10th 1870 - May 10th 1870

Copies of two letters from Charles Stewart, Private Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Philip Nelson Guy] to [Reverend Philip Filleul Rector of St Helier] re. post of Military Chaplain, proposed candidate Reverend Bateman

Reference: A/C2/13/3

Date: May 1st 1870 - May 1st 1870

Letter from Reverend Philip Filleul, 7 Ladbroke Gardens, London to Major General Guy, Jersey re. position of military chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/4

Date: May 24th 1870 - May 24th 1870

Letter from Reverend Philip Filleul, 7, Ladbroke Gardens, London to Major General Guy, Jersey airing his displeasure re. the appointment of Reverend Bateman as Military Chaplain in his absence due to his ill health

Reference: A/C2/13/5

Date: May 31st 1870 - May 31st 1870

Letter from C H Bateman [Reverend], Longueville Manor to Major General Guy referring to Reverend [Philip] Filleul's letters see A/C2/13/5 and recommending changes regarding the appointment and position of the Military Chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/6

Date: June 1st 1870 - June 1st 1870

Letter from C H Bateman [Reverend], Longueville Manor to Colonel Rowney, acting Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey re. the position of Military Chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/7

Date: June 2nd 1870 - June 2nd 1870

Letter from Robert Pipon Marett, Attorney General & G H Horman, Advocate General to Lieutenant Colonel Haste, Deputy Governor expressing their opinion on the petition for the disbandment of the Militia see A/C2/13/1

Reference: A/C2/13/8

Date: July 12th 1870 - July 12th 1870

Letter from Edward Lugard, War Office to 'the General Officer Commanding Jersey' on behalf of the Secretary of State for War approving the appointment of Reverend Bateman to replace Reverend Filleul as Military Chaplain and curate to the Rector of St Helier

Reference: A/C2/13/9

Date: July 27th 1870 - July 27th 1870

Draft unsigned letter from the Lieutenant Governor's Office to C Talbot, War Office re. the appointment of Reverend Bateman, mention of correspondence with Mr Filleul and the Bishop

Reference: A/C2/13/10

Date: August 2nd 1870 - August 2nd 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to Colonel Rowney, Fort Major requesting that his thanks be passed to the Secretary of State for War for his appointment to the post of Military Chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/11

Date: August 4th 1870 - August 4th 1870

Copy of a letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to Mr Filleul informing him of his acceptance of the post of Military Chaplain and offering his help in the Town church and the Parish

Reference: A/C2/13/12

Date: August 4th 1870 - August 4th 1870

Letter from Mr [Reverend] P Filleul, St Helier's Rectory to Reverend C H Bateman in reply to his letter of the 4 Aug 1870 reference to the Sunday morning service in the Town Church for the troops

Reference: A/C2/13/13

Date: August 5th 1870 - August 5th 1870

Letter from [Reverend] C H Bateman, Longueville Manor to Colonel Rowney, originally enclosed with Mr Filleul's letter see A/C/ 12/13/13 comment on Mr Filleul's attitude to his appointment as Military Chaplain

Reference: A/C2/13/14

Date: August 5th 1870 - August 5th 1870

Copy letter from Philip Filleul, Rector of St Helier to Colonel Rowney protesting about [Reverend] C H Bateman's appointment as Military Chaplain and officiating at the troops Sunday service

Reference: A/C2/13/15

Date: August 5th 1870 - August 5th 1870

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