• Article 1. Letter from Alexander White to Philip Henslowe, Feb. 21, 1576/7.
  • Article 2. Letter from Thomas Keys to Alexander Whyt (or White), April 7, c. 1580-1600.
  • Article 3. Letter from The Privy Council to various Aldermen for the relief of John Alleyn aginst Thomas Martin, July 14, 1589.
  • Article 4. Letter from Charles Howard, Lord Howard of Effingham, to William Drewry, in regards to the above, Dec. 1589.
  • Article 5. Letter from Francis Henslowe to Philip Henslowe for a loan, c. 1590.
  • Article 6. Letter from William Henlsowe to Philip Henslowe about an action at law, Dec. 7, 1592.
  • Article 7. Letter from William Crowe to Patrick Brewe, Jan. 12, 1592/3.
  • Article 8. Love verses, beginning, 'Can she excuse my wronges with vertious cloke?', 1596.
  • Article 9. Letter from John Langworth to Edward Alleyn about land, Feb. 6, 1598/9.
  • Article 10. Letter from John Alleyn to Mr Brune or Burne asking for his daughter in marriage, no date.
  • Article 11. Letter from Edward Alleyn to John Page about land, July 15, 1602.
  • Article 12. Letter from John Page to Edward Alleyn about land, July 17, 1602.
  • Article 13. Letter from Mercury Patten to Philip Henslowe about a dispute, Sept 26, 1603.
  • Article 14. Letter from John Page to Edward Alleyn, about the purchase of Riches manor, Jan. 28, 1640.
  • Article 15. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Mr Harris, about his property in Dulwich, c. 1605.
  • Article 16. Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn, lamenting 'cosening knaveries' and asking for an advance, with a draft letter from Alleyn about the sale of the parsonage of Firle on the verso, Dec. 24, 1605.
  • Article 17. Letter from John Poyntz to Edward Alleyn asking for return of his lute, March 6, 1605/6.
  • Article 18. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn asking for money, July 7, 1607.
  • Article 19. Letter from the same to the same, Oct. 3, 1607.
  • Article 20. Letter from the same to the same, Jan. 22, 1607/8.
  • Article 21. Letter from the same to the same, 1608.
  • Article 22. Letter from the same to the same, April 12, 1608.
  • Article 23. Letter from the same to the same, April 19, 1608.
  • Article 24. Letter from the same to the same, April 25, 1608.
  • Article 25. Letter from the same to the same, June 15, 1608.
  • Article 26. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Thomas Bolton, the scrivener, about money, July 8, 1608.
  • Article 27. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn asking for money, Sept. 3, 1608.
  • Article 28. Letter from the same to the same, Oct. 14, 1608.
  • Article 29. Letter from the same to the same, Oct. 26, 1608.
  • Article 30. Letter from the same to the same, Nov. 8, 1608.
  • Article 31. Letter from the same to the same, Dec. 30, 1608.
  • Article 32. Letter from Matthias Alleyn to Edward Alleyn, with acquittances from Thomas Garland to Henslowe and Alleyn for rent, Jan. 10, 1608/9-Oct. 14, 1610. See below, Muniment 31.
  • Article 33. Letter from John Langworth to Philip Henslowe about tithes, Mar. 12, 1608/9.
  • Article 34. Letter from R. Redmer [possibly the stationer Richard Redmer] to Edward Alleyn about the terms of their agreement, July, 1609.
  • Article 35. Letter from the same to the same, Jan. 24 (no year).
  • Article 36. Letter from the same to the same, May 27 (no year).
  • Article 37. Letter from the same to the same, no date.
  • Article 38. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn about a bargain in Hampshire, c. 1609.
  • Article 39. Letter from the same to the same asking for a loan, Aug. 18, 1609.
  • Article 40. Letter from the same to the same, Sept. 29, 1609.
  • Article 41. Letter from the same to the same, Oct. 22, 1609.
  • Article 42. Letter from William Spender to Philip Henslowe, Roger Cole and other churchwardens at St Saviour's, Southwark, for relief from poverty, c. 1609
  • Article 43. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn, asking for a loan, April 30, 1610.
  • Article 44. Letter from the same to the same concerning Calton's daughter's marriage, May 9, 1611.
  • Article 45. Letter from the same to the same about the same, May 12, 1611.
  • Article 46. Letter from Edward Alleyn to Sir Francis Calton about money, May, 1611.
  • Article 47. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn, May, 1611.
  • Article 48. Letter to Thomas Calton about the sale of property to Alleyn, May 19, 1611.
  • Article 49. Letter from Richard Forkench to Edward Alleyn about a bond, Nov. 1, 1611.
  • Article 50. Letter from John Herborne to Edward Alleyn about property in Dulwich, Jan. 3, 1611/12
  • Article 51. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn, asking for a loan, March 18, 1611/12.
  • Article 52. Letter from the same to the same about a purchase, March 31, 1612.
  • Article 53. Letter from the same to the same with acquittance dated March 31, 1612.
  • Article 54. Letter from the same to the same about leases in Kennington, Aug. 15, 1612.
  • Article 55. Letter from the same to the same, no date.
  • Article 56. Letter from Elizabeth Socklen to Edward Alleyn, Sept. 22, 1612.
  • Article 57. Letter from John Townley to Edward Alleyn asking for help with house repair, Nov. 10, 1612.
  • Article 58. Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn about Kennington manor, March 3, 1612/13.
  • Article 59. Letter from the same to the same about the purchase of land from Sir Edward Duke, c. 1613.
  • Article 60. Letter from Edward Alleyn to Sir Francis Calton about money, c. 1613.
  • Article 61. Letter from John Benson to Edward Alleyn, about glazing a Dulwich building, no date, with acquittance dated May 14, 1614.
  • Article 62. Letter from the same to the same, April 22, 1614.
  • Article 63. A. P. to Philip(?) Henslowe, complaining about malicious reports, no date.
  • Article 64. Letter from Samuel Jeynens to Edward Alleyn about chartity towards Chelsea College, c. 1615-1620.
  • Article 65. Letter from Samuel Jeynens to the Recorder and Lord Mayor of London, Sir Thomas Middleton, and the Lady Weild (or Weld), about contributing to the completion of Chelsea College, c. 1615-1620.
  • Article 66. Letter from Cornelius Lymer to Edward Alleyn agreeing to preach at the consecration of Dulwich Chapel on Sept. 1, July 22, 1616.
  • Article 67. Letter from the parishioners of St Giles, Cripplegate, to Edward Alleyn thanking him for his 'bouneous graunt', Sept. 14, 1616.
  • Article 68. Letter from Thomas Howard, Earl of Arundell to Edward Alleyn asking for the placement of a 'poore fatherles boy' at Alleyn's College, Sept. 17, 1616.
  • Article 69. Letter from the Stephen Gosson, Rector, and parishioners of St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, to Edward Alleyn presenting three candidates for Alleyn's almshouses, Sept. 29, 1616.
  • Article 70. Letter from Stephen Gosson, Rector of St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, to Edward Alleyn offering his personal view of the three almshouse candidates, Oct. 2, 1616.
  • Article 71. Letter from the Churchwardens and others of the liberty of the Clink to Edward Alleyn, presenting a candidate for the almshouse, and including eight lines of complimentary doggerel, beginning, 'As god did move your mynd to build, c. 1616.
  • Article 72. Letter frrom Thomas Chard to Edward Alleyn detailing his desperate situation in Ludgate prison and asking for release, April 14, 1617.
  • Article 73. Letter from Richard Barlow to Edward Alleyn giving his reasons for declining the offer of the ushership of Dulwich College, May 12, 1617.
  • Article 74. Letter from Robert Earle to Edward Alleyn complaining of his dealings with Jack Stanton in connection with a lease, June 24, 1617.
  • Article 75. Letter from Robert Newman to Edward Alleyn about the success of his lawsuit, July 27, 1617.
  • Article 76. Letter from Stephen Gosson, Rector, and parishioners of St Botolph's to Edward Alleyn, presenting three children for Alleyn's school, Aug. 7, 1617.
  • Article 77. Letter from Richard Meridall to Joan Alleyn, with laudatory verses, beginning, 'Loe heare shee dwells, whome virtue doeth imbrace', no date.
  • Article 78. Letter from Stephen Gosson, Rector, and parishioners of St Botolph's to Edward Alleyn, presenting a candidate for Alleyn's almshouse, Sept. 1, 1617.
  • Article 79. Letter from John Warner to Edward Alleyn, recommending Mr Streatinge to Alleyn, Jan. 17, 1617/18.
  • Article 80. Letter from John Northe to Edward Alleyn about the making of tiles, April 22, 1618.
  • Article 81. Letter from Thomas Grymes to Edward Alleyn about the Commissioners for New Biuldings, Aug. 25, 1618.
  • Article 82. Letter from Edward Ferrers to Edward Alleyn, April 13, 1619.
  • Article 83. Letter from Thomas Bolton, the scrivener, to Edward Alleyn asking for bail from Marshalsea prison, April 14, 1619.
  • Article 84. Petition to Sir Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam and the Lord Chancellor, from Vrsley (or Ursula) Sherberyd, asking to be recommended for Alleyn's almshouse, Oct. 7, 1615.
  • Article 85. Letter from Rev. John Harrison to Edward Alleyn excusing himself for having secretly married Alleyn's kinswoman, c. 1620.
  • Article 86. Letter from the same to the same, asking Alleyn to be godfather to Harrison's son, c. 1620.
  • Article 87. Letter from the same to the same, in answer to a refusal of the above request, c. 1620.
  • Article 88. Letter from Thomas Burnet to Mr. Scheargene Owein asking him to secure from Alleyn payment for the purchase of Henslowe's place as Gentleman Sewer, c. 1621.
  • Article 89. Letter from Alexander Nairne to Edward Alleyn on the same subject, July 21, 1621.
  • Article 90. Petition to John Wililams, Bishop of Lincoln and Lord Keeper, from John Jones to be recommended for Alleyn's almshouse, c. Aug. 3-Nov. 10, 1621.
  • Article 91. Letter from Stephen Gosson, Rector, and parishioners of St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, to Edward Alleyn, presenting four poor children for Dulwich College, March 17, 1621/2.
  • Article 92. Letter from Sir Francis Calton to Edward Alleyn about losses for Kennington manor, May 12, 1623.
  • Article 93. Letter from Edward Alleyn to Sir Francis Calton in answer to charges of hard dealing with respect to Dulwch and Kennington manors, c. 1623.
  • Article 94. Letter from John Luntley to Edward Alleyn about rent of tenements on the Bankside, Jan. 8, 1623/4.
  • Article 95. Letter from Robert Newman to Edward Alleyn thanking him for his good cheer, March 1, 1623/4.
  • Article 96. Letter from Henry Gibb, Groom of the Bedchamber to King James I, to Edward Alleyn, thanking him for enrolling a recommended boy in Dulwich College, July 23, 1624.
  • Article 97. Letter from Sir John Hungerford to Edward Alleyn to recommend Alleyn's 'project' to King James I, c. 1624.
  • Article 98. Letter from Ambrose Wheeler, George Lowe, and George Handcoke to Edward Alleyn about his breaking his bargain with them, c. 1624.
  • Article 99. Letter from Ambrose Wheeler to Edward Alleyn entreating him to meet them in Chancery to declare his intentions in the 'busines', 1624.
  • Article 100. Letter from William Hervey to Edward Alleyn for permission to enclose a small parcel of land, Aug. 27, 1624.
  • Article 101. Letter form E. Skory to Edward Alleyn about various issues, Jan. 12, 1624/5.
  • Article 102. Letter from William Beecher to Edward Alleyn presenting a candidate for the almshouse, with a draft letter regarding money on the versos by Alleyn to his father-in-law John Donne, complaining about Donne's 'manie vnkind passages' and especially the 'vnkind, vnexspecketed and vndeserved deniall of yt comon curtesie afforded to a frend'', c. 1625.
  • Article 103. Letter from Sir Thomas Grymes to Edward Alleyn about a bond, Feb. 4, 1624/5.
  • Article 104. Letter from Leonell Tychebourne to Edward Alleyn asking for a loan, Oct. 10, 1625.
  • Article 105. Letter from George Cole to Edward Alleyn about debts, Feb. 16, 1625/6.
  • Article 106. Letter from George Paule to Edward Alleyn about the value of the Kennington leases, with a draft on the verso in Alleyn's hand about the clauses in Dulwich College statutes, June 26, 1626.
  • Article 107. Letter from John Goodman to Edward Alleyn, with notes of Alleyn's financial matters on the verso, July 11, 1626.
  • Article 108. Letter from Henry Underwood to Edward Alleyn, Oct. 14, 1626.
  • Article 109. Nine letters from Edward Alleyn of Newport Pagnell to his cousin Edward Alleyn, with a draft of a clause of Dulwich College statutes on one verso, c. 1616,
  • Article 110. Two letters from Matthias Alleyn to Edward Alleyn, April 20, March 10 (no year).
  • Article 111. Two letters from Dorothy Calton to Edward Alleyn asking for a loan, no dates, with acquittance dated March 20 (no year).
  • Article 112. Petition from Frances Davys to Edward Alleyn for the grant of an almshouse in St Giles, Cripplegate, with a letter on the verso from Alleyn to John Millin about the almshouse , no date.
  • Article 113. Letter from Isabell Found to Edward Alleyn asking to become an almswoman,no date.
  • Article 114. Letter from William Hull to Edward Alleyn asking for a loan, no date.
  • Article 115. Letter from Richard Kippeis to Edward Alleyn asking for reimbursement of a payment to Lady Derby, no date.
  • Article 116. Letter from Innocent Lanier to Edward Alleyn asking for more of his medicinal 'powder', no date.
  • Article 117. Letter from Innocent Lanier to Sir Francis Calton about their bargain relating to Alleyn, no date.
  • Article 118. Letter from E. Philippes to Edward Alleyn thanking him for a gift, no date.
  • Article 119. Letter from Anne Poyntz to Edward Alleyn asking for a loan, no date.
  • Article 120. Letter from Joan Ratcliff to Edward Alleyn asking for aid, no date.
  • Article 121. Letter from Joan Ratcliff to Edward Alleyn asking for assitance, no date.
  • Article 122. Letter from Martha and John Stocke to their landlord Edward Alleyn, complaining of encroachments on their property, April 19, 1619.
  • Article 123. Letter from William Style to Edward Alleyn, concerning the theft of a horse, no date.
  • Article 124. Letter from Julian Tyson to Edward Alleyn asking for assistance, no date.
  • Article 125. Letter, unsigned, on matters in dispute relating to leases in Dulwich, no date.
  • Article 126. Letter, unsigned, on the inspection of weights and measures, no date.
  • Article 127. Letter, unsigned, to a woman by a 'pore sheppard'.
  • Article 128. Hymn, in the hand of Edward Alleyn, beginning, 'O prayse ye Lord ye seruantes all', six verses, no date
  • Article 129. List, in the hand of J. O Halliwell (afterwards Halliwell-Phillips) of thirty-six letters and papers which originally formed part of the Dulwich Library collection and were restored by him to the College, March 20, 1843 these [items are now bound in their proper order].