The Lieutenant Governor's [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] Speech in the States re. Militia Law amendment

Reference: A/C2/41/42

Date: August 31st 1905 - August 31st 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] requesting a sitting of the States on 15 September to discuss tobacco legislation, Militia Law amendments and Mont Orgueil

Reference: A/C2/41/43

Date: September 9th 1905 - September 9th 1905

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] agreeing to a Sitting of the States on 15 September

Reference: A/C2/41/44

Date: September 9th 1905 - September 9th 1905

Post Office Telegraph from the War Office to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] disclaiming the report that a Battalion is only being sent to Jersey as inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/45

Date: September 14th 1905 - September 14th 1905

The Lieutenant Governor's [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] statement in the States to dispel the rumours that 'His Majesty's Government has only promised to send a Regiment to Jersey as an inducement to the States to pass the Militia Law amendments

Reference: A/C2/41/46

Date: September 15th 1905 - September 15th 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him of the agenda for the next States Sitting on 26 September purchase of lands by the States at St Ouen's Bay for military purposes and proposed legislation to amend the existing Militia Act

Reference: A/C2/41/47

Date: September 22nd 1905 - September 22nd 1905

Letter from Lt Colonel G P Stewart Acting Government Secretary to the Constable of St Helier informing him the Royal Garrison Artillery will parade in the Royal Square on the next Sunday request for Police 'to keep the ground adjacent to St James's Church and the Royal Square'

Reference: A/C2/41/48

Date: September 29th 1905 - September 29th 1905

Letter from the Constable of St Helier P A Aubin to Lt Colonel G P Stewart acknowledging receipt of his letter of 29 September see A/C2/41/48 informing him necessary Police measures have been organised

Reference: A/C2/41/49

Date: September 30th 1905 - September 30th 1905

Letter from W V Vernon Bailiff to the Lieutenant Governor [Major General Hugh Sutley Gough] informing him he proposes to hold a States Sitting on 10 October for the third debate on the Militia Bill

Reference: A/C2/41/50

Date: October 3rd 1905 - October 3rd 1905

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to the Bailiff [W V Vernon] in reply to his letter of 3 October agreeing to the proposed States Assembly on 10 October

Reference: A/C2/41/51

Date: October 4th 1905 - October 4th 1905

Letter from J Dorey Dénonciateur [an executive officer of the Royal Court, appointed by the Bailiff, office abolished in 1930] to the Lieutenant Governor H Gough agenda for the States Assembly

Reference: A/C2/41/52

Date: October 10th 1905 - October 10th 1905

Letter from B Campbell, Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey to H S Gough Lieutenant Governor of Jersey regarding the withdrawal of the Regiment from Guernsey and giving him the authority to contradict the statement, two typed copies of newspaper articles re. the situation

Reference: A/C2/41/6

Date: March 4th 1905 - March 4th 1905

Copy letter from H Gough Lieutenant Governor to Sir George Clarke, Secretary to the Imperial Defence Committee regarding the return of a regiment to garrison Jersey

Reference: A/C2/41/9

Date: March 6th 1905 - March 6th 1905

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