Letter from Thomas Hill in Liverpool to Miss Elizabeth Crosbie (later Cronhelm) at 8 Nelson Street, City Road, London. He discusses a letter he recieved from Elizabeth's sister, an upcoming trial, and the marriage of Louisa Cronhelm to Mr Cooper.
Letter from Edward Theodore Cronhelm, who died at the battle of Waterloo, to his brother Henry Clarke Cronhelm. He writes about family members, his allowance from the military, and an upcoming review the following day by the young Prince of Orange.
Manuscript copy of 'A Burlesque on a Vale on leaving Eton', by H. C. Oxendon, a poem of approx 100 lines dedicated to Eton College and life for students in the college town. With annotations that explain some of the references to people mentioned in the verse. perhaps written by a classmate of Charles William Bury.
Letter from Frederic William Cronhelm at Bankers Hill, to his brother Henry Clarke Cronhelm, about his encounter with the newly wed Mister Edward, and turns down an invitation to visit Henry Clarke Cronhelm because of how much bringing the children would cost.
Letter from Alexander MacGregor in London, to a man in Liverpool, notifying him that he is traveling and won't be able to recieve any letters, but that he will pay the man a visit, as he will be in Liverpool the following week.