Scope and arrangement
· Holograph criticisms : [no date] : (S'ANA 0303) : 2 p.; brief views on the works of Southey, Wordsworth, Shelley and Scott; includes, "...of all the poets Shelley is the most poetical.".
· Holograph poem, "Othman" : [no date] : (MISC 1953) : 2¹/₂ p.; begins, "Morning bright morning thou art on the [wane?] ...".
· Holograph poem, "Legendary Fragments" : [ca. 1830] : (S'ANA 1074m) : 6 p. (6 leaves) : lengthy motto begins, "The Lady turned her weary from a world..."; poem begins, "And meet we thus again he said / And meet we thus again ..." Within the manuscript album of Original Manuscripts of the Contents of The Keepsake, 1831. Shelved as *Pforz BT (Shelley, M. 02).
· Holograph essay, "The Female Portrait Gallery" (fragment) : [1837-1838?] : (MISC 2223) : 1 p.; on Sir Walter Scott's female characters; begins, "...entirely poetical creations. They occupy the debatable ground between the fanciful and the existing ...".
· To Anna Maria Hall, writer and editor : 1 autograph letter signed : 10 Jul 1827 : (MISC 3745) : [no place] : begins, "I cannot my dear Mrs. Hall sufficiently express the shame and regret with which I enclose a note that ought to have reached you some time since ...".
· To Samuel Carter Hall, journal editor and writer : 1 autograph letter signed : [no date] : (SHEE 0061d) : [no place] : begins, "I was stupid enough yesterday to send my note but not the tale I mentioned in it ..." Mounted in the Martin Archer Shee Autograph Album. Filed with bound manuscript volumes under "Shee.".
· To Abraham Hayward, essayist and translator : 1 autograph letter signed : "Thursday" : (HWD 03.027) : from 22 Hans Place : begins, "So many thanks for your kind note, which only reached me today ..." With a brief annotation by Hayward, with his initials. Filed in the Abraham Hayward correspondence files.
· To Mr. and Mrs. John Martin : 1 autograph letter third person : "Friday" : (MISC 3937) : from 22 Hans Place : accepting an invitation, and thanking Mr. Martin for the "exquisite present." Mounted in the Agatha Hogsbottom album. Shelved with oversized manuscript volumes.