(1) ‘Doutrina Christa ordenada á maneira de dialogo para ensinar os meninos’, [Christa Doctrine ordered in the form of dialogue to teach children], 1800 (2) Confirmation of Alexander Hally as consul for Sardinia, 1831 [Portuguese] (3) Scrapbook album of ‘E Hally’ containing verses, illustrations of flora and fauna, views and portraits, 1835-1840 (4) Confirmation of Alexander Hally, 1837 [Portuguese] (5) ‘Madeira Illustrated by Andrew Picken with a Description of the Island ‘, volume with plates of etchings and text, 1842 [damaged] (6) ‘Recollections of Madeira dedicated to Mrs Geo[rge] Stoddart’, volume of lithographic prints, many by Andrew Picken [1840s] [damaged] (7) Letter to Dr Halley, Leeds, from lawyers in Madeira relating to his father's estate papers, 1847 (8) Annotated copy of ‘In the Prerogative Court of Canterbury’ ‘In the Goods of Alexander Hally deceased’, and copy, detailing Hally’s executors, 1847 (9) Parchment, ‘Administration with will annexed as retained in papers of A&B of the Goods of Alexander Hally Esquire decd’ and accompanying letter, 1847 (10) Account of charges attending the administration of Hallys’ will,  (11) Inland Revenue Residuary Account of Hally’s estate, 1849
Papers and photographic archive of Alexander JS Low, photo-journalist. Also originals and some copies of journals, correspondence, legal and financial papers, photographs, artworks and research documents created by individuals of the Low, Chabot, Beke and West families.
Lists of past members of DUSA executive (1967-2008), and of the Sports Union Executive (1967-2009) includes some notable sports people, copy of a captioned photograph of the engineering class of 1943-1946.
Screenplays, inc shooting scripts, handwritten drafts by Sharp and print outs. Partial manuscripts of unpublished novels. Notebooks containing journal entries and ideas and notes. Personal letters between Sharp, his family and friends, and professional correspondence
Sermons, prayers, orders of service, etc. c.1854-1900; constitution and statutes 1851-c.1901; calendars 1865-1878; presentations, collations, ordinations, etc., mainly diocese of Argyll and The Isles 1826-1926; correspondence including letters from George Frederick Boyle, 1832-1929.