Draft agreement to Charles Hiley to enclose lands in Parkstone, including field names and acreages.
Copy of certificate of the contract for the redemption of land tax relating to the lands of Richard Wills of Poole, sailmaker.
Estimate for repairing the Passage House, Ham side, Poole, belonging to the Corporation and let to Henry Snell of St Mary's, Blandford.
SALE POSTERS AND HANDBILLS.
Certificate appointing John Denman as gamekeeper (until 1 July 1804) for the manor or lands of Whitfield and Stockbridge, appointed by the Earl of Digby.
Copy of baptism certificate for Edward Tudor Long for 8 Oct 1891 at Holwell, with letter containing information on him.
Book of original watercolours on an Indian theme (by H F V Johnstone?).
"An address to the benevolent for the promotion of religious, moral and instructive habits in the children of the poor". Printer: Moore, High Street, Poole. (with note).
Manuscript of an anonymous poem "The Poole Nosegay" (with note).
Bookplate? [Document damaged].
Anonymous manuscript poem satirising some of the inhabitants of Poole (with note).
Printed leaflet "Strictures on the Harbour of Poole", referring to a plan to reclaim a large part of the harbour (with note).
Printed leaflet "Doctor Sublie (from London) Occulist and Dentist", a satirical attack on a plan to reclaim land from Poole Harbour (with note).
Printed epitaph on Charles James Fox. Printer: J Moore, Poole (with note).
Printed satirical epitaph on William Pitt, with a series of questions and answers about the cost to the country of the Napoleonic Wars on the reverse. Printer: D I Eaton, Ave Maria Lane (with note).
Printed receipt in Italian, apparently referring to payment for a theatre box (with note).
Printed copy of a prayer. Printer: Nella Stamperia di Severino, Naples [in Italian] (with note).
Anonymous manuscript poem posing a riddle (with note).
Printed leaflet relating to the rebuilding of the parish church of St Paul's, Poole, including a list of contributors and a printed view of the proposed building by G R Crickmay, architect [Document damaged].
Certificate presented by Canford Magna School to Henry Johnstone for regular attendance for one year.