"Plan, and proposals for rendering the Body of the People instrumental to the General Defence, in case of Invasion". Dorset. (Printed. 2 copies)..
Appointment of Nathan Chinchen as Captain of the Second Hundred within the Division of Wareham by George, Earl of Dorchester, Lord Lieutenant of Dorset..
Instructions to Superintendents and Captains of Towns and Hundreds, appointed in Pursuance of the Acts of Parliament for the Defence of the County.
Printed circular, addressed to Captain Nathan Chinchen of the Second Hundred of Wareham by Edward Boswell, Clerk of the General Meetings.
Returns from tithings of Swanage, Herston and Langton Matravers, Studland, Whitecliff, Ower, Rollington, Rempstone, Afflington, Langton Wallis, Worth, Kingston..
Summary of columns in D-286/5 for each tithing..
Papers used in compiling totals entered in D.286/5 and 6..
Appointments of Waggon driver, cattle driver and sheep driver, signed by Nathan Chinchen, with some blank forms..
Page from Evening Standard newspaper with reproduction of print of c. 1803 showing Napoleon's army, and also photographs of World War II recruits..
Mr. Thomas Hardy's notes for an address on invasion plans, 1803, with undated note on Nathan Chinchen..
Mr. Hardy's analysis of names and numbers of persons in families within the tithings, compiled from D.286/5. Photograph of Thomas Spencer Masters, Mr. Hardy's Great Great Grandfather (1789-1876), last man mentioned in D.286/5 under Swanage..
Proceedings of the Purbeck Society, containing article "Dorset and Napoleonic Threat of Invasion", by Lt. Col. C.D. Drew..
Letter from the Ministry of Defence, naming seven Battalions of Dorset Home Guard and the Commanding Officer..
Cheque book issued by the Dorsetshire Bank (Messrs. R.R. and H. Williams. One cheque left, bearing heading Wareham, two stubs filled in, dated 1844..