Letter, 1842 (watermark) to "My dear Sir", 6 pages, writing of his early religious beliefs and of Cambridge where he studied
Correspondence in rhyme with Archbishop C. T. Longley in which Longley urges him "To resign this Zulu Diocese of mine - and hold myself a heathen dark because I've doubts of Noah's ark"
Letter, 7 May 1864, Kensington, to "My dear Sir", 2 pages, referring to unnamed "liberal" clergymen who have communicated privately with him
Minute book, 3rd Session
Letter, 15 February 1883, Bishopstowe, to "Sir", 1 page, referring to a church of England School (No original for this letter)