• Article 1. Letter from Thomas Phillipson to Francis -----ton, possibly concerning Will Kemp, Aug. 3, 1559.
  • Article 2. Deed of sale of playbooks, costumes and other theatrical property by Richard Jones to Edward Alleyn, Jan. 3, 1588/9.
  • Article 3. Deed of sale of a costume by William Wardelo to John Alleyn, Aug. 8, 1589.
  • Article 4. Deed of sale of a costume by Isaacke Burges to John Alleyn, Nov. 23, 1590.
  • Article 5. Deed of sale of a costume by John Clyffe to John Alleyn, May 6, 1591.
  • Article 6. Letter from W. P. to Edward Alleyn about a theatrical wager, with six lines of verse beginning 'Deny me not, sweete Nedd, the wager's downe', c. 1590. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 7. Seventeen lines of verse to 'Sweete Nedde', no date [J. P. Collier forgery].
  • Article 8. Letter from Richard Jones to Edward Alleyn, relating to pawned costumes, c. Feb. 1591 or 1592.
  • Article 9. Letter from Edward Alleyn to his wife Joan, his 'good sweett harte and loving mouse', May 2, 1593.
  • Article 10. Letter from Philip Henslowe to Edward Alleyn, sending his regards, July 5, 1593.
  • Article 11. Letter from Edward Alleyn to his wife Joan, 'his good sweett mouse', c. July 24, 1593.
  • Article 12. Letter from Philip Henslowe to Edward Alleyn about the plague, c. Aug. 1593.
  • Article 13. Letter from Philip Henslowe to Edward Alleyn about the plague, Aug. 14, 1593
  • Article 14. Letter from Philip Henslowe to Edward Alleyn about the plague, with a drawing of a stage design on 2r, Sept. 28, 1593
  • Article 15. Letter from John Pyk, written out by Thomas Downton, to Mistress Alleyn, no date.
  • Article 16. Petition to the Privy Council from the Lord Strange's Men to allow them to reopen the Rose Theatre, and thereby alleviate the financial losses by the company and by Thames watermen, c. 1593.
  • Article 17. Petition to Charles Howard, Lord Admiral from Thames watermen to reopen the Rose theatre and relieve their poverty, c. 1593.
  • Article 18. Warrant from the Privy Council to re-open the Rose Theatre, c. April, 1594.
  • Article 19. Letter from Richard Veale to Philip Henslowe about the Lord Chamberlain's Men, May 3, 1596 [J. P. Collier forgery].
  • Article 20. Complaint of the Inhabitants of Southwark, July 1596 [J. P. Collier forgery].
  • Article 21. Petition to Henry Carey, Lord Hunsdon and the Lord Chamberlain from Richard Topping about Thomas Lodge's debts, c. 1596.
  • Article 22. Petition to George Carey, second Lord Hunsdon and the Lord Chamberlain, from Richard Topping about Thomas Lodge's debts, Jan. 29, 1597/8.
  • Article 23. Answer of Philip Henslowe to the preceding, c. 1598.
  • Article 24. Letter from Philip Henslowe to Edward Alleyn on the death of Gabriel Spenser, slain by Ben Jonson in a duel in Hoxton fields, Sept. 26, 1598.
  • Article 25. Bond from Richard Bradshawe, Byrcot Byrde and Robert Archer to William Bird, March 2, 1599.
  • Article 26. Letter from Robert Shaa (or Shaw) to Philip Henslowe to commission the play [The Second Part of Henry Duke of Richmond]from Robert Wilson, with one act outlined on the verso, Nov. 8, 1599.
  • Article 27. Warrant from Charles Howard, Earl of Nottingham, the Lord High Admiral, to the Justices of Middlesex to allow construction of the Fortune Theatre, Jan. 12, 1599/1600.
  • Article 28. Address of Finsbury inhabitants to the Privy Council cetifying their willingness to allow the construction of the Fortune Theatre, c. Jan., 1600.
  • Article 29. Warrant from the Privy Council to the Justices of Middlesex to to allow the construction of the Fortune Theatre, April 8, 1600.
  • Article 30. An Inventory of Theatrical Costumes in the hand of Edward Alleyn, c. 1590-1600. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 31. Letter from Robert Shaa (or Shaw) to Philip Henslowe to pay the authors,including Robert Wilson, of the play Fair Constance of Rome, no date.
  • Article 32. Letter from Samuel Rowley to Philip Henslowe to commission the play The Conquest of the Indies, co-written by Robert Wilson, c. April 4, 1601.
  • Article 33. Letter from Samuel Rowley to Philip Henslowe about the play John of Gaunt, no date.
  • Article 34. Letter from Samuel Rowley (or Rowley) to Philip Henslowe about the dramatists John Daye and William Haughton, no date.
  • Article 35. Letter from Samuel Rowley (or Rowley) to Philip Henslowe about the dramatists John Daye and William Haughton and the plays Six Yeomen(?) of the West and The Conquest of the Indies, no date, with verses by John Day on the verso.
  • Article 36. Letter from Robert Shaa (or Shaw) to Philip Henslowe about the play Too Good to be True, no date.
  • Article 37. Acquittance from William Playstowe to Philip Henslowe for one month's pay to Edmund Tilney, Master of the Revels, Aug. 4, 1602.
  • Article 38. Letter from Joan Alleyn to Edward Alleyn about the plague and other matters, Oct. 21, 1603.
  • Article 39. Letter from the Privy Council to the Lord Mayor and Justices of Middlesex to permit the three companies of players for the King, Queen and Prince to play only at the Globe, Fortune and Curtain theatres, except in times of plague, April 9, 1604.
  • Article 40. Letter from Ludovic Stuart, Duke of Lennox, to various officials in support of his players, Oct. 13, 1604.
  • Article 41. Power of attorney from Abraham Sauere (or Sawyer) to Francis Henslowe, relating to the Duke of Lennox, Mar. 1, 1604/5.
  • Article 42. Bond from Francis Henslowe to Philip Henslowe relating to the Duke of Lennox's Men, Mar. 16, 1605.
  • Article 43. Bond from Daniel, William, and Edmond Gill, to Katherine and Gill Moore and others, Dec. 19, 1605.
  • Article 44. Similar bond, Dec. 19, 1605.
  • Article 45. Note by Abraham Sauere (or Sawyer) to Philip Henslowe, Mar. 11, 1605/6.
  • Article 46. Letter from William Noreis (or Norris) to Edward Alleyn, June 1, 1608.
  • Article 47. Assessment of the state of the Clink Liberty, no date.
  • Article 48. Assessment of the state of the Clink Liberty, including a list of residents, with a list of residents, March 1608/9.
  • Article 49. Brief note on the poor book of the Clink Liberty, with a list of residents [Shakespeare's name forged by J. P. Collier], April 6, 1609.
  • Article 50. Account of the poor book of the Clink Liberty, Oct. 14, 1609.
  • Article 51. Things necessary for the government of the Clink Liberty, c. 1609.
  • Article 52. Remembrance of a gift from the Company of Leathersellers to the poor of St. Saviour's parish, c. 1609.
  • Article 53. Letter from Patrick Brewe to Edward Alleyn, about the sale of the Gill family's property, April 6, 1609.
  • Article 54. Letter from Patrick Brewe to Edward Alleyn, Aug. 3, 1609.
  • Article 55. Letter from Patrick Brewe to Edward Alleyn, Dec. 9, 1609.
  • Article 56. Directions for Sir Jeremy Turnour relating to the Fortune Theatre, with a list of Edward Alleyn's deeds on the verso, c. March 1609-10.
  • Article 57. Directions to the Commissioners relating to the above, c. March 1609-10.
  • Article 58. Bargain and sale of lands and tenements by Philip Moore and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, March 7, 1609/10.
  • Article 59. Bargain and sale of lands and tenements by William Clarke and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, March 7, 1609/10.
  • Article 60. Bargain and sale of lands and tenements by Hugh Cannell and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, March 7, 1609/10.
  • Article 61. Bargain and sale of lands and tenements by David Qualtroughe and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, March 7, 1609/10.
  • Article 62. Power of attorney from Daniel Gill and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, March 14, 1609.
  • Article 63. Acquittance from Sir William Norris to Edward Alleyn for rent relating to lands near the Fortune Theatre, March 17, 1609/10.
  • Article 64. Acquittance from Edmond Gill to Edward Alleyn relating to the Fortune Theatre. May 18, 1610.
  • Article 65. Affidavits of Edmond Gill and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, June 29, 1610.
  • Article 66. Letter from Robert Browne to Edward Alleyn, April 11, 1612.
  • Article 67. Letter from Charles Massey to Edward Alleyn about Massey's debts, c. 1613.
  • Article 68. Letter from Nathan Field, Robert Daborne and Philip Massinger to Philip Henslow asking for payment for a play co-written with John Fletcher, with the payment to be used for bail, c. 1614.
  • Article 69. Letter from Nathan Field to Philip Henslowe for a loan for bail, no date.
  • Article 70. Memorandum between Robert Daborne and Philip Henslowe for the composition of Machiavel and the Devil, April 17, 1613. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 71. Bond between between Robert Daborne and Philip Henslowe for the composition of Machiavel and the Devil, April 17, 1613. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 72. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe for a loan, April 25, 1613.
  • Article 73. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about composition of plays, May 3, 1613.
  • Article 74. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about composition of plays, May 8, 1613.
  • Article 75. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about reading his new play to the company, May 16, 1613.
  • Article 76. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe discussing Philip Massinger's salary and the forthcoming revival of Eastward Ho, c. 1613.
  • Article 77. Acquittance from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe for part payment of the play Machiavel and the Devil, May 19, 1613.
  • Article 78. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about his collaboration with Cyril Tourneur on The Arraignment of London, June 5, 1613.
  • Article 79. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about composition of plays, June 10, 1613.
  • Article 80. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about composition of plays and part payment for The Arraignment of London, June 18, 1613.
  • Article 81. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about the plays Machiavel and the Devil and The Arraignment of London, June 25, 1613.
  • Article 82. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about composition of plays, July 16, 1613.
  • Article 83. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about debts, July 30, 1613.
  • Article 84. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about the terms of commissioning The Bellman of London, Aug. 23, 1613.
  • Article 85. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe threatening to take new play to the King's Men, Oct. 14, 1613.
  • Article 86. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe threatening to take new play to the King's Men, Oct. 29, 1613.
  • Article 87. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about composition of plays, Nov. 5, 1613.
  • Article 88. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about Ben Jonson's play [Bartholomew Fair?], Nov. 13, 1613.
  • Article 89. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about Henslowe's threatened breach of promise suit, Nov. 13, 1613. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 90. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about a loan, Nov. 27, 1613.
  • Article 91. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe on composition of plays, Dec. 9, 1613.
  • Article 92. Bond from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe for the composition of The Owl, Dec. 10, 1613.
  • Article 93. Acquittance from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe for part payment for The Owl, Dec. 24, 1613.
  • Article 94. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about the reading of the new play, Dec. 31, 1613.
  • Article 95. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about a loan, c. 1614.
  • Article 96. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about compsotion of plays, c. March 11, 1613/4.
  • Article 97. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe about final payment for a completed play, March 28, 1613, with payment to commission the play The She Saint.
  • Article 98. Letter from Robert Daborne to Philip Henslowe for a loan, August 2, 1613.
  • Article 99. Letter from Robert Daborne to Edward Griffin for a loan, c. 1614.
  • Article 100. Letter from Nathan Field to Philip Henslowe about a play to be co-written with Robert Daborne, c. 1613.
  • Article 101. Small memorandum book chiefly in the hand of Edward Alleyn listing building accounts, 1614-1615.
  • Article 102. Bond from Robert Daborne and Philip Massinger to Philip Henslowe, July 4, 1615.
  • Article 103. Letter from John Marston to Philip Henslowe, no date [J. P. Collier forgery].
  • Article 104. Letter from Wiliam Bird to Edward Alleyn about John Russell's gathering of theatre income, no date.
  • Article 105. Letter from William Bird to Philip Henslowe for a loan, no date.
  • Article 106. Articles of grievance and oppression against Philip Henslowe from his acting company, c. 1615.
  • Article 107. Articles of agreement between Edward Alleyn and Jacob Meade, William Rowley, Robert Palllant and other actors relating to their use of the Hope Theatre, March 20, 1615/6.
  • Article 108. Letter from Thomas Dekker to Edward Alleyn containing some verses (now lost), Sept 12, 1616.
  • Article 109. Letter from Thomas Dekker to Edward Alleyn sending him thanks, c. 1616.
  • Article 110. Letter from Philip Henslowe's acting company (Joseph Meade and others) to Edward Alleyn about their loss of the use of the Hope Theatre and requesting a loan, c. 1616
  • Article 111. Fragment of a letter to Edward Alleyn, no date.
  • Article 112. Letter from Haris Joones (or Jones) to Edward Alleyn, no date.
  • Article 113. Acquittance from Wililam Gore to Mathias Alleyn about the Fortune Theatre, November 8, 1632.
  • Article 114. Certificate from Dulwich College to the Lord Keeper relating to the Fortune Theatre, Sept 4, 1637.
  • Article 115. Bill in Chancery from Dulwich College against Margaret Gray and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, November, 1637.
  • Article 116. License from the the Master and Warden of Dulwich College to Tobias Lisle relating to the Fortune Theatre, July 15, 1639.
  • Article 117. Acquittance from the Master and Warden of Dulwich College to Tobias Lisle relating to the Fortune Theatre, July 22, 1639.
  • Article 118. Petition from Dulwich College to Sir Edward Littleton, Lord Keeper, against John Beale relating to the Fortune Theatre, Feb. 9, 1640/1.
  • Article 119. Bill in Chancery by Dulwich College against John Beale relating to the Fortune Theatre, 1640.
  • Article 120. Order of court in a suit between Margaret Gray and Matthias Alleyn and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, July 9, 1641.
  • Article 121. Orders of court and the papers in a suit between Tobias Lisle and Dulwich College relating to the Fortune Theatre, Nov. 28, 1645-Nov. 26, 1646.
  • Article 122. Orders of court in a suit between Dulwich College and Tobias Lisle and others relating to the Fortune Theatre, Oct. 16, 1647-Nov. 24, 1649.
  • Article 123. Order of court regarding a lawsuit between Dulwich College and John Rhodes relating to the Fortune Theatre, Feb. 1, 1649/50.
  • Article 124. Report of Edward Jerman and John Tanner relating to the Fortune Theatre, July 18, 1656.
  • Article 125. Order of the Court of Assistants of Dulwich College relating to the Fortune Theatre, Mar. 5, 1659/60
  • Article 126. Order of the same for the sale of metreials of the Fortune Theatre, March 4, 1660/61.
  • Article 127. Memorandum of a contract for the purchase of the materials and lands of the Fortune Theatre by William Beaven from Dulwich College, March 16, 1660/1.
  • Article 128. Acquittance from Dulwich College to William Beaven for the purchase of the materials of the Fortune Theatre, July 8, 1661.
  • Article 129. Memorandum for a lease from Dulwich College to William Beaven for the lands of the Fortune Theatre, July 24, 1661.
  • Article 130. Acquittance from Dulwich College to William Beaven relating to the Fortune Theatre, July 26, 1661.
  • Article 131. Bill in Chancery of Will Beaven against Dulwich College relating to the Fortune Theatre, Nov., 1661.
  • Article 132. Decree in Chancery to Dulwich College towards William Beaven, Nov. 21, 1661.
  • Article 133. Order of the court of assistants at Dulwich college for a lease to William Beaven relating to the Fortune Theatre, March 4, 1661/62.
  • Article 134. Acquittance from Dulwich College to William Beaven relating to the Fortune Theatre, July 28, 1662.
  • Article 135. A Translation in verse in the hand of Ben Jonson of Martial's epigram ('The things that make the happier life are these'), no date. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 136. A copy, in the hand of Ben Jonson of Sir Henry Wotton's poem 'How happy is he born and taught', no date. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 137. Poem addressed to Edward Alleyn, no date.
  • Article 138. Copy of the part of Orlando in Robert Greene's play Orlando Furioso, no date. See Digital Essays.
  • Article 139. A dramatic dialogue, probably played as an interlude, no date ['Kitt Marlowe' added in a later hand on the verso], no date.
  • Article 140. Seven stanzas in praise of tailors, no date.
  • Article 141. Dialogue of love between a man and a boy, no date.
  • Article 142. Ballad, without title, of the 'Bonny Wench of Adlington', no date.
  • Article 143. Poem of a jealous husband outwitted, in twenty-one stanzas, no date.