Small book entitled ‘The Poetical Works of Mr Gray’, published 1785.
Book entitled ‘Twelve Discourses Delivered Chiefly at the Meeting House of the People Called Quakers’, by Thomas Letchworth.
Small book entitled ‘A Series of Prints of Ancient History’, printed and sold by John Marshall and Co., Bow Lane.
Small book entitled ‘The Bee, a selection of poetry from the best authors’.
Small book entitled ‘Juvenile Anecdotes, Founded on Facts, Collected for the Amusement of Children’, by Priscilla Wakefield.
Small book entitled ‘Poems Translated from the French of Madame De La Mothe Guion, by the late William Cowper’.
Small book entitled ‘The Shipwreck; A Poem in Three Cantos’, by William Falconer.
Small book entitled ‘The Annual Monitor; or New Letter Case and Memorandum Book’.
Small book entitled ‘The Dairyman’s Daughter’, by Rev. Legh [sic] Richmond, A.M.
Small book entitled ‘Correspondence between Mother and her Daughter at School’, by Mrs. Taylor.
Small book entitled ‘Scenes in Africa And America for the Amusement and Instruction of little tarry-at-home travellers’, by the Rev. Isaac Taylor.
Four editions of the periodical ‘The Album Wreath and Bijou Litterature’ [sic].
Small booklet entitled ‘The Life and Realms of Henry Kirke White of Nottingham, late of Saint John’s College, Cambridge’, printed for T. Allman, Holborn-Hill.
Small booklet entitled ‘Advice To Children’.
Weekly [Quaker] periodical entitled ‘The Weekly Welcome’.
Small book entitled ‘The Sacred Harp’, a collection of religious poetry and prose by numerous authors.
Small book entitled ‘The Wye and its Associations – A Picturesque Ramble’, by Leitch Ritchie.
Small book entitled ‘Carl Krinken or The Christmas Stocking’, by Elizabeth Wetherell.
Small book entitled ‘Original Poems for Infant Minds, Vol II’, printed for R. Y. Clarke.
Small coverless book entitled ‘The Penny Posy of Poetry for Children’, possibly by John Erskine Clarke.
Small book entitled ‘Bruno: or Lessons of Patience, Fidelity, and Self-Denial, Taught by a Dog’, by Jacob Abbott.
Small book entitled ‘The Man of Snow, and other tales’, by Mrs. Harriet Myrtle.
Small book entitled ‘A Poetry Book For Schools’.
Book entitled ‘Hymns – Ancient and Modern’, edited by William Henry Monk, Mus. Doc.
Small book entitled ‘Do You Give It Up? A Collection of the Most Amusing Conundrums, Riddles, etc of the Day’, by an unknown author.
Small book entitled ‘A Week’s Holiday in the Forest of Dean,’ by an unnamed author.
Small book entitled ‘The Greatest Thing in the World: An Address’ published by Hodder & Stoughton.
Book entitled ‘Memorials of the Pritchards of Almeley and their Descendant’, compiled by Isobel Southall.
Book entitled ‘A History of Sidcot School: A Hundred Years of West Country Education, 1808-1908’, by Francis A. Knight.
Obituary of Hannah Southall of Southall Farm, Leominster taken from The Leominster News.
Obituary of Elizabeth Southall of Leominster, taken from the Leominster News.
Small book entitled ‘The Little Woodman and his dog Caesar; and The Orphan Boy’, by Mrs. Sherwood.
Small book entitled ‘Tales in Verse; for the Young’, by Mary Howitt. Stamped inside the front cover is the name M. L. Southall.
Book entitled ‘Records of the Southall Family’, by Celia Southall.
Book entitled ‘The Bax Family – An Account of the Early Quaker Baxes of Capel and Ockley in the County of Surrey, with particulars of some of their descendants and notes relating to a number of allied families’, by Bernard Thistlethwaite.