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Jasper Hulley of Macclesfield Loyal Volunteers

 

War Office List of the Officers of the Militia Yeomanry & Volunteers
1805

Macclesfield
Captain JASPER HULLEY 20 Aug 1803


PR Home Office Correspondence about Internal Defence - 1803

O group letter HO: Class number 50; piece number 63.

Enville
June 14 1803

My Lord

I have the honor to inform Your Lordship that J HULLEY Esquire late Captain Commandant of the Macclesfield Volunteer Infantry fully approves of and will accept the proposed Conditions of Service for Corps of Volunteer Infantry, which he has desired me to signify to Your Lordship.

I have the Honor to be
My Lord
Your Lordship's
most obedient
humble Servant

The LORD HOBART STAMFORD
etc etc etc &

WARRINGTON Lieutt.
(Earl Stamford & Warrington,
Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire)


Dunham Massey
August 16 1803

My Lord
(on reverse)

I likewise transmit to Your Lordship a letter from JASPER HULLEY Esqr. containing a renewed offer of Service from the Macclesfield Volunteer Infantry.
Should these Offers be accepted I beg leave to recommend the Persons mentioned for Officers in the respective Proposals.

I have the Honor to be
My Lord
Your Lordship's
most obedient
humble Servant

The LORD HOBART STAMFORD
etc etc etc &

WARRINGTON Lieutt.


Letter from Jasper Hulley dated 14 August 1803 (copy obtained)


PRO group letter HO: Class number 50; piece number 98

Enville
March 11 1804

Sir
I am requested by Captain HULLEY of the Loyal Macclesfield Volunteers Infantry to apply for Permanent Pay
for his Serjeant-Major. The Corps have agreed to be exercised for 85 days in the year, and have been out at
Exercise more than the Number of days above-specified. Their Serjeant-Major has been upwards of 18 years in His Majesty's Service - The Corps consists of 200 Privates, but only of two Companies - 100 each.
I think, this is a Case very proper to be submitted for the consideration of Government.

I have the Honor to be
My Lord
Your most obedient
humble Servant

The Right Honerable STAMFORD

Charles &
etc etc WARRINGTON Lieutt.


Apr 9 1804

Loyal Macclesfield Volunteer Infantry - commanded by Capt. HULLEY
(recommendations for four Officers)


Chester
May 6 1804

Return of the Corps that have consented to come forward to be placed on Pay and Duty for a limited time (including) Macclesfield - Captain HULLEY

2 Captains; 4 Lieutenants: 2 Gnrs? or Cornets;
1 Q Master; 1 Surgeon; 1 Sgt Major; 8 Serjeants;
8 Corporals; 9 Drummers or Trumpeters; 160 Privates
Headquarters - Warrington
Period of commencing Duty - May 18
Period for what time they are to remain on Duty - 28 days

I approve and recommend this Measure.

(signed) WILLIAM FREDERICK (i.e. Prince William Frederick)


Letter from Jasper Hulley dated 31 May 1804 (copy obtained)

(On open shelves in Reference Room)

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