Correspondence between A.D.H. Cooper, Sir W. Conyngham Greene, J.W. Leonard, N. Leviseur re the pleas for mercy for the Jameson Raid signatories and the Boer determination to see them hanged. Includes undated (?1897) letter from W.D. Karri-Davies, of a secret nature, explaining that Chamberlain will support the Reformers.
Also statements on the Raid by Sir G. Farrar, S. Klagsburn, L. Phillips and F. Rhodes, together with a press clipping 'Mr. Farrar on the situation'.
Papers regarding the Trek-Boers in Damaraland, including: transcripts of a letter to A.M. van Zyl from Sir Bartle Frere, 31 May 1878, re the position of the Boers in that part of Damaraland ceded to the Cape, and of a statement by Moreme 'Kapetein van die Bamangwato', written in Dutch, 26 Sep. 1889
Memo to accompany the judicial proceedings relative to the affairs of the complaint of Joseph Solomon against Ben and Polly Henry before the Sitting Magistrate, written from St.Helena'. Ben and Polly Henry were slaves, accused of stealing wine.
Part of a letter written from Natal, to S. Solomon, Cape Town. Refers to lecture notes which he will send Solomon and comments on Natal politics. Mentions John Fairbairn. Also memorial card for S. Solomon, with 'In Memoriam' verses by W.E. Gladstone Solomon.