Scope and arrangement
· Holograph memorandum signed : 27 Jul 1827 : (S'ANA 1018) : 2 pages (single sheet) : [from London?] : begins, "Upon Percy Bysshe Shelley's business concerning a debt secured to me by a bill of exchange and a bond and judgment confessed to secure to me the payment of any debt of Five hundred and odd pounds viz . . ."; with an addendum dated "August 1828" on page 2.
· To Thomas Love Peacock, satirical novelist and poet : 1 autograph letter signed : 31 Aug 1844 : (S'ANA 0284) : 1 ¹/₂ pages (double sheet) : from 6 New Chapel Place, Kentish Town : begins, "Being a creditor of the late Percy Bysshe Shelley Esq. for Coachmakers work done for him up to November 1815 to the amount of £532..11..0 . . . .".
· To Percy Bysshe Shelley, poet : 1 autograph bill of exchange, signed : 27 Nov 1815 : (PBS 0163) : 1 page (single sheet) : from London : for £532.11s.6d. from Shelley to Charters; countersigned and addressed provided by Shelley. Published in full with commentary as SC 301 in Shelley and his Circle volume IV, page 578. Filed under "Percy Bysshe Shelley.".
· Judgment for Thomas Charters against P. B. Shelley : 16 Nov 1816 : (S'ANA 1067) : 1 ¹/₄ pages (single sheet) : [from London] : legal document in divers hands; begins, "Michaelmas Term in the ffifty Seventh Year of the reign of King George the Third no. Roll 818. Law and Markham to wit Thomas Charters, puts in his place Parr Popkin his Attorney against Percy Bysshe Shelley Esquire in a Pleas of Debt." Published in full with commentary as SC 373 in Shelley and his Circle, volume V, page 1.