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Reference HOLYOAKE
Covering dates 1831-1985
Held by Bishopsgate Institute
Extent 24 boxes and miscellaneous items
Source of acquisition Deposited at the Bishopsgate Institute by Holyoake's daughter, Emilie Holyoake-Marsh after her father's death in 1906.
Copies information Documents cannot be photocopied at present. Digital photography (without flash) is permitted for research purposes on completion of the Library's Copyright Declaration form and with respect to current UK copyright law
Language English and Italian
Creators Holyoake, George Jacob, 1817-1906, co-operator and secularist
Arrangement The papers of George Jacob Holyoake were arranged during their conservation in 1998 and, in order to respect the provenance of the collections and due to the physical constraints of its current housing, this arrangement has been maintained. The collection is divided into the following 13 sections:
HOLYOAKE/1: Correspondence
HOLYOAKE/2: Diaries
HOLYOAKE/3: Printed Material
HOLYOAKE/4: Press Cuttings Volumes and Serialised Articles
HOLYOAKE/5: Loose Press Cuttings
HOLYOAKE/6: Publications and Notebooks
HOLYOAKE/7: Miscellaneous Manuscripts
HOLYOAKE/8: Miscellaneous Articles
HOLYOAKE/9: Biographical Material
HOLYOAKE/10:Travelling Tax Abolition Committee
HOLYOAKE/11: Garibaldi Special Fund Committee
HOLYOAKE/12: Holyoake Testimonial Fund
HOLYOAKE/13: Photographs
Supplementary information Copy of handlist available in Library Reading Room, Bishopsgate Institute
Related information The Bishopsgate Institute also holds printed collections compiled by George Jacob Holyoake, including books and pamphlets.
Further archival material is held at the Institute in the following collections:
- Bradlaugh papers: correspondence with Charles and Hypatia Bradlaugh (14 items), 1873-1901.
- Howell Collection: letters to George Howell, 1896-1904.
Further material relating to George Jacob Holyoake is held at the following repositories:
- National Co-operative Archive: correspondence and papers (c4340 items), 1835-1906 / letters to E.O.Greening / letters to Robert Owen, 1850-1858.
- Duke University, William R.Perkins Library: letters and papers, 1873-94.
- British Library: letters to W.E.Gladstone, 1864-1897 / correspondence with and relating to Harriet Martineau, 1851-1877.
- Bradford Central Library: letters (16) from W.H.White, 1865-1903.
- Manchester University, John Rylands Library: letters (8) to John Howard Nodal, 1882-1901

Administrative history:
George Jacob Holyoake was born in April 1817, the son of a Birmingham whitesmith, and, at the age of eight, began work with his father at a local foundry. He started evening classes at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute in 1836 where he first came under the influence of the ideas of Robert Owen. He also became a member of the Chartist movement in Birmingham, although remained a supporter of moral force and refused to engage in rioting in Birmingham in 1839. In 1840, Holyoake applied to become a lecturer at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute but was rejected and became a Owenite social missionary, first in Worcester and later, in a more important position in Sheffield. During this time, he began contributing articles highly critical of Christianity to the periodical The Oracle of Reason, and, when the journal's editor Charles Southwell was imprisoned for blasphemy in 1842, Holyoake became its editor. However, later that year, faced with charges of condemning Christianity at a lecture in Cheltenham, he was also charged and imprisoned for six months.
On release from prison, Holyoake formed a journal The Movement, later becoming The Reasoner, which was to remain one of the most important periodicals of the nineteenth century, championing chartist principles, political reform and the emerging secularist movement. Holyoake was to remain the figure-head of the secularist movement until he was replaced by the more militant Charles Bradlaugh in 1858. The Reasoner was also to remain one of the major mouthpieces for the Owen-inspired co-operative movement. Holyoake died in 1906. His publications include: Self Help by the People (1858), The Workman and the Suffrage (1859), The Liberal Situation (1865), The History of Co-operation in England (1877) and Sixty Years of an Agitator's Life (1892).

Contents:
Papers of co-operator and secularist George Jacob Holyoake, including: correspondence to and from Holyoake regarding various topics at all stages of his career, including press cuttings of correspondence with Dr Kalley and correspondence between Holyoake, Austin Holyoake and Thomas Cooper, 1837-1943; series of engagement diaries kept by Holyoake, including brief handwritten notes on daily events and ephemera, including handbills, press cuttings and letters concerning meetings, lectures and public and political events pasted into pages, 1847-1905; printed material relating to all aspects of Holyoake's career, including handbills for lectures and addresses by Holyoake and meetings of co-operative societies, secularist organisations and other political movements, press cuttings of letters by Holyoake to the national and local press, various articles by Holyoake and others, and reviews of addresses and works, circulars and miscellaneous ephemera produced by Holyoake and supported movements, and various handwritten documents regarding Holyoake's political and personal life, 1831-1978; press cuttings of serialised articles and columns written by Holyoake for various national, local and international newspapers and periodicals, including 'London Correspondence', 'Town Talk', 'Private Correspondence', 'Our London Letter' and other articles produced for the Brighton Guardian, Agricultural Economist, The Sun and the Co-operative News, along with press cuttings regarding the opening of Holyoake House in Manchester and the unveiling of the Holyoake Memorial at Highgate Cemetery, London, 1867-1911; loose press cuttings collected and compiled by Holyoake and relating to his life and work, including cuttings concerning visits to America and Canada, co-operation, co-operative congresses and festivals, co-operative societies, parliamentary reform and other miscellaneous cuttings concerning lectures and letters by Holyoake, secularism, republicanism, atheism and other various topics, 1857-1911; miscellaneous publications and notebooks by Holyoake, including manuscript drafts of works, early notes on lectures and their content, predominantly at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute, log books containing diary notes and thoughts, papers relating to the London Atheistical Society, accounts relating to Fleet Street House, London and press cuttings of letters by Holyoake written under the name 'Ion', 1838-1861; miscellaneous manuscripts relating to Holyoake's life and career, co-operation and secularism, along with press cuttings and ephemera, including material relating to mathematics, Brighton, spiritualism, trade unions, grammar, the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee, the Social Economist, along with papers relating to Holyoake's arrest in 1842, Fleet Street House, London, the Congress of Social Reformers, Leeds Secular Society, the Thomas Allsop Prize Essay Competition and the Polish Legion, 1839-1978; galley proofs of printed copies of articles by Holyoake on various topics, 1893; press cuttings and extracts from journals concerning biographical details of Holyoake, his life and work, along with articles and obituary material concerning Holyoake published following his death in 1906, 1875-1917; minute books of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, of which Holyoake was Chairman, including handwritten minutes and printed statements, circulars and Committee documents pasted into each volume, along with loose circulars, ephemera and press cuttings concerning the Committee and its work, 1877-1901; Minutes and papers of the Garibaldi Special Fund Committee, including Central Committee minutes, muster roll, ephemera, press cuttings and fund certificates recording members of the British Legion of excursionists to Italy, along with more general material relating to Garibaldi, Italian Unification and reaction in England, including cuttings from the Illustrated London News and secondary articles, 1860-1985; circulars, ephemera and press cuttings regarding to the Holyoake Testimonial Fund, including letters to subscribers, fund reports and a programme for a performance by the Victoria Dramatic Club in aid of the Fund, 1853-1889; four photographs of Holyoake taken late in his life, undated



Correspondence  HOLYOAKE/1  1837-1943

Contents:
Correspondence to and from Holyoake regarding various topics at all stages of his career, including press cuttings of correspondence with Dr Kalley and correspondence between Holyoake, Austin Holyoake and Thomas Cooper.

Correspondence, 1830-1839  HOLYOAKE/1/1  1837-1839

Contents:
Letters to Holyoake, including the following:
- Letter from John Dewsbury regarding his fail to attend an engagement and the payment of a tailor (2pp) (10 September 1839)
- Letter from William J.Fox regarding the fund for Charles Pemberton and Pemberton's state of health (1p) (December 1839)
- Letter from F.Hollick regarding lectures at the Mechanic's Institution, intellectual life in London, his own living arrangements and information regarding a mutual acquaintance (Josiah Longmore) (6pp) (5 February 1837)
- Letter from F.Hollick regarding the death of a mutual teacher, general matters and incidents in Huddersfield (3pp) (12 December 1839)
- Letter from James Holliday regarding Holyoake passing a report to Mr Howell and the submission of specimens by competitors for unnamed prize (1p) (1839)
- Letter from William Ick of the Birmingham Philosophical Institution regarding testimonial and payment for a report by Holyoake (1p) (27 November 1837)
- Letter from William Lowe regarding an enclosed resolution regarding Messers Beale, Hipwood and Holyoakes irregular attendance at meetings of the Teacher's Society (1p) (13 August 1837)
- Letter from John Watts regarding Holyoake's marriage and general well-being (1p) (5 June 1839)
- Letter from Thomas Weston requesting Holyoake's attendance at a phrenological class at the Birmingham Mechanic's Institution (1p) (5 June 1837)
- Letter from David White regarding the results of an astrological study conducted by White in Llanyblodwell, with hand-drawn diagrams (4pp) (5 December 1839)
- Letter from J.W.Wood requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the committee of the Birmingham Mechanic's Institution (1p) (7 July 1838)

Letters, 1840-1849  HOLYOAKE/1/2  1839-1943

Contents:
Letters to Holyoake, including the following:
- Note from Timothy Allen certifying the payment of a subscription by Holyoake to the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (1p) (30 May 1841)
- Letter from J.Bateman regarding the erection of a monument to Charles Pemberton (3pp) (8 May 1840)
- Letter from J.Bateman regarding a subscription paper and a visit to Guernsey (2pp) (3 September 1841)
- Letter from R.Bewley regarding electro-magnetism and requesting information on demonstrations at the Birmingham Mechanic's Institute (3pp) (30 November 1840)
- Letter from a scientific class of the Birmingham Branch of the Rational Religionists thanking Holyoake for his teaching (2pp) (30 September 1840)
- Letter from F.Bishop regarding his views on socialism, atheism, Christianity and suggestions he attacked Holyoake's views (3pp) (5 July 1841)
- Letter from Charles Lestock Boileau concerning curvilinear engravings displayed in Birmingham and the possibly of purchasing a set (3pp) (25 November 1840)
- Letter from J.M.Robinson of the Birmingham Mechanics Institution informing Holyoake that he will be unable to teach a class and discussing the transfer of articles by a Mr Redfern to the Institute (2pp) (6 December 1839)
- Letter from Charles Lestock Boileau regarding payment for engravings sent to him by Holyoake (2pp) (10 December 1840)
- Letter from J.Bridgford regarding an issue of the Phlanx (1p) (June 1841)
- Letter from Thomas Coates regarding a list of Mechanics Institutions (3 April 1840)
- Letter from Cox and Co regarding the address of a Major C.L.Dorlean (?) (1p) (21 November 1840)
- Letter from William Davis informing Holyoake that he has been proposed to attend a congress as branch representative and enquiring whether he would be willing to attend (2pp) (19 April 1841)
- Letter from William Davis regarding Charles Southwell and the sending of delegates to a congress (2pp) (25 April 1841)
- Letter from John Dewsbury regarding the re-organisation of a class and personal matters (2pp) (26 August 1841)
- Letter from C.Edwards regarding politics and the findings of a committee at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute (2pp) (12 December 1840)
- Letter from C.Edwards regarding politics and the findings of a committee at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute (2pp) (12 November 1840)
- Letter from Ebenezer Elliot regarding past disagreements and a possible meeting (1p) (21 December 1841)
- Letter from G.A.Fleming regarding Holyoake's correspondence with Buckingham and a planned article by Fleming on free trade (2pp) (13 July 1841)
- Letter from W.J.Fox regarding a possible monument for Charles Pemberton (4pp) (3 April 1840)
- Letter from W.J.Fox regarding a possible monument for Charles Pemberton and the progress its subscription fund (4pp) (4 November 1840)
- Letter from Freer (?) requesting Holyoake's attendance at the funeral of Charles Pemberton (1p) (4 March 1840)
- Letter from William Galpin regarding the aims and ideas of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (1p) (24 July 1841)
- Letter from William Galpin thanking Holyoake for his views and suggesting a meeting (1p) (2 September 1841)
- Letter from William Galpin regarding Holyoake's work on education, comments from members of the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists and the organisation's finances (1p) (8 October 1841)
- Letter from William Galpin regarding Holyoake's paper on the Southwell's case (1p) (18 December 1841)
- Letter from William Galpin regarding the views of the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists on the Southwell case, Holyoake's paper on the subject and future action (1p) (20 December 1841)
- Note from Arnold Haines acknowledging the booking of a committee room for lecturing purposes (1p) (8 May 1840)
- Letter from D.Hartley regarding the qualifications and requirements for the position of clerk or teacher at an Academy in Newcastle (1p) (11 January 1840)
- Letter from D.Hartley regarding the filling of an employment vacancy (1p) (10 February 1840)
- Letter from Joshua Hobson regarding the publication of works by Pemberton and offering to give opinion on Holyoake's works (1p) (27 February 1841)
- Letter from Joshua Hobson regarding the publication of works by Pemberton, his opinion on Holyoake's works and the possibility of obtaining Trades Union pamphlets (1p) (18 December 1841)-
- Letter from Joshua Hobson regarding the publication of works by Pemberton and offering to give opinion on Holyoake's works (1p) (27 February 1841)
- Letter from Frederick Hollick regarding Holyoake's employment troubles and prospects for the future (7pp) (19 January 1840)
- Letter from Frederick Hollick offering Holyoake employment advice and suggesting reading matter (4pp) (20 February 1840)
- Letter from Frederick Hollick regarding possible future employment opportunities as lecturer appointed by the Owenite Central Board (4pp) (18 May 1840)
- Letter from Emilie Holyoake Marsh to the Librarian of the Bishopsgate Institute regarding the administration of her father's (G.J.Holyoake) diaries and papers and suggesting alternative repositories if the Bishopsgate Institute wished to dispose of them (2pp) (18 August 1943)
- Letter from Isaac Ironside regarding the Pemberton inscription, lecturing problems and the possibility of using the Sheffield Mechanics' Institute as a school (2pp) (5 April 1841)
- Letter from J.L.Levison regarding arrangements for a professional engagement by Levison (2pp) (3 May 1840)
- Letter from Philip Manfield with note on the value of money (3pp) (22 August 1842)
- Letter from Edward Marshall regarding the location of Captain Lestock Boileau (1p) (18 November 1840)
- Letter from Walter Newall regarding Holyoake's recommendations on the preparation of school books by the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists and available vacancies for missionary work with the society (1p) (3 August 1840)
- Letter from Walter Newall regarding the discovery of a deed which will aid Holyoake (1p) (12 August 1840)
- Letter from Walter Newall regarding Holyoake's appointment as a lecturer in Worcester (1p) (3 September 1840)
- Note from Walter Newall acknowledging the receipt of a manuscript (1p) (5 January 1841)
- Circular letter from Walter Newall regarding arrangements for district missionaries and stationed lecturers of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists for the following year (1p) (25 May 1841)
- Letter from Walter Newall regarding the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists' views on Holyoake's activities in Worcester (3pp) (15 July 1841)
- Letter from Walter Newall regarding the submission of reports to the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists and the demonstrations of the principles of the society in teaching (1p) (3 August 1841)
- Letter from Walter Newall regarding Holyoake's views on the principles of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (2pp) (16 August 1841)
- Letter from E.Nicholls thanking Holyoake for his efforts on behalf of the purchase and alteration of Lawrance Street Chapel, Birmingham (1p) (1 October 1840)
- Letter from William Dobson Pemberton regarding the administration of his brother's estate, including payments and other business (22 November 1840)
- Letter from William Dobson Pemberton regarding the administration of his brother's estate, including payments and other business (27 November 1840)
- Letter from Henry Perigal regarding his curvilinear engravings and delivery to Holyoake and Captain Boileau (1p) (8 May 1840)
- Letter from J.M.Philipps on behalf of the Marquis of Normanby regarding the possibility of transmitting a memorial from the Birmingham branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (1p) (25 July 1840)
- Letter from James Plant, Secretary of the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists requesting Holyoake to come and lecture to the branch (1p) (15 August 1840)
- Letter from James Plant regarding Holyoake's appointment as stationed lecturer with the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (2pp) (11 September 1840)
- Letter from James Plant regarding Holyoake's appointment as stationed lecturer with the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists and arrangements for his fulfilling of the position (2pp) (15 September 1840)
- Letter from James Plant regarding Holyoake's appointment as stationed lecturer with the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists and arrangements for his fulfilling of the position (2pp) (27 September 1840)
- Note from J.M.Richardson regarding his inability to attend a mathematics class, with notes on subjects to be taught (1p) (7 February 1840)
- Letter from James Rigby regarding events in Manchester and life in the Queenwood Community (3pp) (5 May 1841)
- Note from Mr Seaton regarding a possible meeting (1p) (1 February 1840)
- Letter from Samuel Smiles regarding a manuscript by Holyoake (2 September 1841)
- Letter from Charles Southwell regarding branches of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists and arrangements for his fulfilling of the position (3pp) (28 April 1841)
- Letter from J.Tonge enclosed poem 'To the year Eighteen Hundred and Forty' (3pp) (3 January 1841)
- Letter from William Tolley thanking Holyoake for assistance at his school and his address on Pemberton (2pp) (4 April 1840)
- Letter from Isabella Walker thanking Holyoake for his lectures at the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (2pp) (undated)
- Letter from William Watts regarding Charles Pemberton and Holyoake's contribution to his memory (3pp) (18 February 1840)
- Letter from William Watts regarding pamphlets by Holyoake and the memorial to Charles Pemberton (3pp) (28 December 1840)
- Note from David Edward Williams regarding a meeting (1p) (undated)
- Letter from Henry G.Wright regarding his views on humanity and Johann Pestalozzi and his methods (8pp) (August 1841)
- Letter from A.Youngs requesting a favour from Holyoake (1p) (July 1840)

Correspondence, 1850-1859  HOLYOAKE/1/3  1850-1869

Contents:
Letters to Holyoake, including the following:
- Envelope and letter to Holyoake from unknown author regarding secularism and the meaning of life (8pp) (26 April 1851?)
- Letter to Holyoake from W.H.Ashurst requesting Holyoake examine the papers of a writer referred to Ashurst (1p) (8 April 1861)
- Letter from Edgar Austin regarding a printed letter from Mazzini and business with W.H.Ashurst (1p) (10 January 1861)
- Letter from Edgar Austin regarding the Garibaldi Fund (3pp) (10 July 1861)
- Letter from W.H.Ashurst regarding a letter from and possible assistance for Cuerto (1p) (5 January 1861)
- Letter from J.Sale Barker apologising for not being able to attend a social engagement and regarding advertisement printing (2pp) (29 May ?)
- Photocopy of letter from George Linnaeus Banks regarding a social arrangement (Original in Holyoake 2/14) (1p) (undated)
- Photocopy of letter from James Beal of the Atlas Newspapers requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting to discuss strategy for raising the issue of suffrage reform at the General Election (Original in Holyoake 2/7) (1p) (7 March 1857)
- Letter from Eliza De Buona regarding her husband and her current circumstances (1p) (15 June 1864)
- Envelope addressed to Captain De Rohan, Rome (26 July 1861)
- Letter from E.R. Crauford regarding Holyoake's campaign in Leeds, the Garibaldi Fund and articles Crauford was to write for the Daily Review (4pp) (26 June 1861)
- Letter from A.H.Dymond of The Morning Star regarding Holyoake's account and expenses (2pp) (5 May 1864)
- Letter from A.H.Dymond of The Morning Star requesting Holyoake aid a brother of a Garibaldi excursionist (1p) (14 January 1861)
- Letter from A.H.Dymond of The Morning Star regarding arrangements for a meeting between Garibaldi and the Prince of Wales (1p) (22 April 1864)
- Letter from J.Leeming Gooding of the English Leader regarding his editorship of the English Leader, its future direction and asking Holyoake for ideas for content (3pp) (5 January 1867)
- Letter from Abraham Greenwood regarding a letter by Holyoake concerning the Social Economist and a conference resolution (1p) (26 September 1869)
- Letter from Duncan Hodge regarding an expenses claim (1p) (10 July 1861)
- Letter from Thornton Hunt regarding the naming of the Society of St George, with handwritten draft by Hunt of the society's aims (5pp) (6 February 1856)
- Photocopy of letter from Eveline Holyoake regarding general matters (Original in Holyoake 2/10) (2pp) (15 June 1860)
- Letter from Darnton Lupton regarding letters received and W.H.Ashurst and money received (1p) (23 February 1861)
- Letter from I.M.Moir of the Garibaldi Italian Unity Committee regarding the addresses of Italian operatives to working men in England (1p) (4 January 1862)
- Letter from William Noakes regarding a Captain Walker who is staying with him (2pp) (undated)
- Photocopy of letter from Thomas Noble inviting Holyoake to a meeting in Westminster for supporters of national expenditure reductions and taxation reform (Original in Holyoake 2/18) (1p) (17 January 1868)
- Photocopy of letter from J. Ronge requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Committee of the German and English Free Religious Community (2pp) (21 February 1860)
- Photocopy of letter from E.Truelove agreeing to Holyoake's offer to lecture on the question of secular education (Original in Holyoake 2/1) (1p) (14 March 1850)

Correspondence, 1860-1870  HOLYOAKE/1/4  1870-1887

Contents:
Letters to Holyoake, including the following:
- Photocopy of note from W.H.Ashurst requesting his attendance at the Prince of Wales, Kensington (Original in Holyoake 2/21) (1p) (12 April 1871)
- Letter to Holyoake from Banford of the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited regarding advertising in the newspapers and their sale (3pp) (21 October 1883)
- Letter to Holyoake from Banford of the Co-operative Newspaper Society regarding the services of an artist and requesting a meeting (2pp) (19 December 1887)
- Photocopy of note to Holyoake from Alice L.Bird requesting Holyoake's attendance for dinner (Original in Holyoake 2/23) (2pp) (5 March 1873)
- Photocopy of letter from Holyoake to Charles Bradlaugh regarding Holyoake's brother Austin and offensive letters from Bradlaugh (2pp) (28 April 1871)
- Not from Albert Rowland Cluer regarding an arranged meeting (1p) (29 December ?)
- Letter from C.D.Collet regarding a letter requiring Holyoake's signature (1p) (19 October 1887)
- Letter from James Crabtree regarding the Economist and inquiring about Holyoake's health (2pp) (24 August 1885)
- Photocopy of letter to Holyoake from Bernard Cracroft regarding the writing of a statement (Original in Holyoake 2/24) (1p) (6 May 1874)
- Photocopy of letter to Holyoake from W.H.Duignan thanking Holyoake for sending an extract and requesting a meeting (Original in Holyoake 2/24 (1p) (11 June 1874)
- Letter from J.C.Fran regarding an enclosed cheque (2 copies; one re-written in Holyoake's hand) (1p) (20 August 1873)
- Letter from J.C.Fran regarding Holyoake's claim with the Co-operative Newspaper Society and his Agricultural Economist account (2 copies; one in Holyoake's hand) (2pp) (31 October 1873)
- Letter from J.C.Fran regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (2pp) (25 November 1873)
- Circular letter from the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting (1p) (11 August 1874)
- Letter from J.C.Gray enclosing funds to purchase a copy of Holyoake's 'A History of Co-operation' (2pp) (29 July 1885)
- Letter from Abraham Greenwood regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (2pp) (9 March 1870)
- Letter from Abraham Greenwood regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (9pp) (18 March 1870)
- Letter from Abraham Greenwood regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (1p) (6 April 1870)
- Photocopy of letter from Austin Holyoake to Charles Bradlaugh regarding the publication of an almanac and his own personal situation (2pp) (19 August 1872)
- Photocopy of note from Emilie Holyoake regarding a meeting and thanking him for sending some books (Original in Holyoake 2/22) (1p) (18 April 1872)
- Printed circular requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Labour Representation League (1p) (12 May 1870)
- Printed circular requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Sunday Society(1p) (28 June 1876)
- Small note from James Knowles regarding arrangements for a meeting at the Reform Club (1p) (undated)
- Letter from R.Marsden Latham requesting Holyoake's attendance at a special meeting of the Executive Council of the Labour Representation League to discuss the vacancy in Tower Hamlets, League candidates and the re-arrangement of standing committees (1p) (9 July 1870)
- Photocopy of letter from Walter Morrison regarding a social engagement (Original in Holyoake 2/32)(1p) (6 April 1883)
- Letter from E.V.Neale of the Central Co-operative Board regarding Board business and travel arrangement for the Paris Conference (4pp) (4 July 1885)
- Letter from E.V.Neale of the Central Co-operative Board regarding the 'Social Economist', papers by Holyoake and compensation from the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited (3pp) (7 July 1885)
- Letter to Holyoake from Edith M.Powell regarding a social arrangement (1p) (7 September 1881)
- Letter from Ernestine Rose wishing Holyoake a speedy recovery from illness, discussing Bradlaugh's successes and the secular movement in America (3pp) (22 January 1874)
- Photocopy of letter from R.O.Smith of the Hall of Science and Institute requesting a lecture by Holyoake (Original in Holyoake 2/36) (1p) (10 May 1887)
- Photocopy of letter to Holyoake from J.S.Storr regarding the latter's stay in the country and his attending a meeting (Original in Holyoake 2/24) (1p) (1 July 1874)
- Note from Mme. Venturi regarding a dinner engagement (1p) (undated)
- Letter from Elizabeth Wolstenholme of the Married Women's' Property Committee requesting Holyoake's help in publicising the Committee (1p) (15 February 1873)
- Photocopy of note to Holyoake from J.Woolmer requesting Holyoake's attendance for dinner (Original in Holyoake 2/23) (1p) (11 March 1873)
- Four letters from J. Allsop regarding a definition of Christianity and the establishment of prize essays (9 May - 1 September 1886)

Correspondence, 1890-1900  HOLYOAKE/1/5 (Part 1)  1891-1901

Contents:
Letters to Holyoake, including the following:
- Editorial handwritten notes, in unidentified hand entitled 'Macmillan Editor on 2/6' giving comments on phrases and sentences (2pp) (undated)
- Telegram from W. Barnford regarding a 'father's' serious illness (1p) (5 March 1898)
- Photocopy of letter from R.T.Allsop (?) regarding a dinner arrangement (Original in Holyoake 2/40) (1p) (1891)
- Letter from Thomas Allsop enclosing funds for a cause chosen by Holyoake (2pp) (6 June 1899)
- Photocopy of circular letter from S. Bamford the Co-operative Newspaper Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of its General Board (Original in Holyoake 2/41) (1p) (11 January 1892)
- Letter from James Burton (on behalf of Carnegie) regarding a general matter (1p) (20 May 1899)
- Photocopy of telegram from Blandford regarding meeting details (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (7 July 1897)
- Letter from Henry Broadhurst regarding an appeal and inquiring after Holyoake's health (1p) (4 February 1901)
- Photocopy of telegram from Prakstad (?) regarding a dinner arrangement with John Morley (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (31 March 1897)
- Photocopy of letter to Holyoake from W.H.Bridge (?) regarding a meeting (Original in Holyoake 2/44) (1p) (18 May 1895)
- Photocopy of letter to Holyoake from W.H.Bridge regarding a ticket for the 'Empire', Brighton (Original in Holyoake 2/45) (1p) (30 January 1896)
- Letter from William Pollard Byles regarding enclosed funds and their dispersal (1p) (21 July 1899)
- Letter from publishers W.& R.Chambers Limited regarding a scheme for the publication of C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (4 May 1899)
- Letter from Albert Rowland Cluer regarding his search and purchase of a copy of Holyoake's 'Omar Khayyaam: Strange Story of the Macmillans and a Leicester Bookseller' (4pp) (9 July 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet regarding her inability to attend a function and concerning a lecture (3pp) (8 January 1898)
- Photocopy of telegram informing Holyoake of the death of Mr Collet (Original in Holyoake 2/47) (1p) (28 December 1898)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet regarding the donation and raising of funds (3pp) (16 March 1899)
- Card from Caroline M.Collet thanking Holyoake for his help in publishing her father's book (2pp) (21 June 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet regarding the title, content and publication of her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (17 July 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet regarding the publication of her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (19 July 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet regarding the dispersal of funds in the publication of her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (26 July 1899)
- Card from Caroline M.Collet regarding her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (8 August 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet concerning an index and photograph for her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (5 September 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet concerning the index for her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (8 September 1899)
- Card from Caroline M.Collet concerning the index for her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (8 September 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet concerning the destruction and existence a some slips 2pp) (25 September 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet regarding contributions to her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (27 September 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet concerning a list of subscribers and funding for her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (28 September 1899)
- Letter from Caroline M.Collet concerning the introduction and index for her father's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (21 October 1899)
- Letter from C.D.Collet regarding subscription matters (2pp) (8 December 1898)
- Letter from R.G.Cooper of publishers Spalding and Hodge regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (19 June 1899)
- Note from Charles Dilke promising to consult with Mr Francis (1p) (20 June 1899)
- Letter from Charles Dilke regarding whether the 'Athenaeum' will contribute to the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (22 June 1899)
- Letter from J.Passmore Edwards regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (13 March 1899)
- Letter from H.O.Arnold Forster regarding the possibility of Sir Wemyss Reid subscribing for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (6 April 1899)
- Letter from H.O.Arnold Forster declining the possibility of Sir Wemyss Reid subscribing for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (18 May 1899)
- Letter from John C.Francis regarding a letter he had written to the Daily News (1p) (7 July 1899)
- Letter from Thomas D.Galpin regarding his subscription for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (20 March 1899)
- Letter from M.L.Hall regarding the dates of a meeting of the Profit Sharing Committee of the International Co-operative Alliance (1p) (22 February 1897)
- Letter from Harold Sidney Harmsworth regarding an enclosed subscription of £20 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (20 March 1899)
- Photocopy of letter from Maltus Holyoake regarding arrangements for his wedding (Original in Holyoake 2/45) (1p) (21 May 1896)
- Photocopy of letter from Maltus Holyoake regarding the age of his children and the health of Mr Marsh (Original in Holyoake 2/48) (2pp) (2 December 1899)

Correspondence, 1890-1900  HOLYOAKE/1/5 (Part 2)  1883-1904

Contents:
Letters to Holyoake, including the following:
- Note from W.H.H.Holyoak regarding publishing details on a book from which he copied the Rubaiyat (1p) (undated)
- Letter from W.H.H.Holyoak regarding the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayaam (2pp) (undated)
- Letter from W.H.H.Holyoak regarding material on the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayaam sent to him by Holyoake (1p) (11 May 1899)
- Letter from W.H.H.Holyoak regarding the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayaam and an enclosed copy of text (2pp) (undated)
- Letter from W.H.H.Holyoak regarding the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayaam (2pp) (16 July 1899)
- Letter from George Howell thanking Holyoake for a draft copy of his work 'Sixty Years of an Agitator's Life' (1p) (19 September 1892)
- Letter from George Howell, regarding an index to a revised edition of one of Holyoake's works, the possibility of Howell writing an autobiography and discussing his early life (2pp) (20 October 1895)
- Letter from George Howell regarding cuttings from the Manchester City News sent to him by Holyoake (1p) (27 February 1896)
- Letter from George Howell regarding an article on Ernest Jones and general matters (1p) (28 March 1898)
- Letter from George Howell regarding an article on Ernest Jones from Notes and Queries and general matters (1p) (1 April 1898)
- Letter from George Howell congratulating Holyoake on his birthday (1p) (16 April 1899)
- Letter from George Howell regarding his subscription and reminiscing on his early political involvement (2pp) (26 October 1897)
- Letter from George Howell thanking Holyoake for his letter and reminiscing about the activities of the Reform League (1p) (7 October 1904)
- Photocopy of letter from F.R.Kamptz regarding a dinner arrangement (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (17 April 1897)
- Photocopy of letter from Flora Klickmann of The Windsor Magazine requesting a photograph of Holyoake (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (17 May 1897)
- Photocopy of note to Holyoake from Hans Knoechl regarding a meeting (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (9 October 1897)
- Photocopy of note to Holyoake from C.S.Loch of the Charity Organisation Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting regarding emigration (Original in Holyoake 2/32) (1p) (3 April 1883)
- Photocopy of note to Holyoake from George C.Lorimer regarding a lunch engagement (Original in Holyoake 2/45) (1p) (3 August 1896)
- Letter from publishers Macmillan & Co.Ltd regarding Fitzgerald's translation of 'Omar Khyaam' and W.H.H.Holyoak (2pp) (18 April 1899)
- Letter from publishers Macmillan & Co.Ltd regarding Fitzgerald's translation of 'Omar Khyaam' and W.H.H.Holyoak (1p) (4 May 1899)
- Photocopy of circular printed letter to Holyoake from the English Land Colonisation Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of their General Committee (Original in Holyoake 2/45) (1p) (14 March 1896)
- Letter from W.H.Morrish reminiscing about Holyoake, Besant, Ernest Jones and Chilton (9pp) (14 April 1897)
- Letter from John Morris regarding a mutual acquaintance and C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (18 March 1899)
- Letter from John Morris regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (undated)
- Letter from John Morris regarding 'Sir Edward' and Galpin (1p) (7 April 1899)
- Letter from John Morris regarding Galpin and the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (12 April 1899)
- Letter from John Morris regarding a application to Sir William Ingram and requesting a list of subscribers (1p) (21 June 1899)
- Letter from John Morris enclosing a cheque for £50 and concerning Sir William Ingram (1p) (28 June 1899)
- Letter from John Morris regarding Sir William Ingram and Holyoake's reminiscences of early political life (2pp) (3 July 1899)
- Letter from A.J.Mundella regarding a dinner engagement with J.A.Victor (3pp) (21 November 1893)
- Letter from iron founders Musgrave a Co. enclosing a illustrated catalogue of Patent Slow Combustion Stoves (1p) (31 October 1891)
- Letter from Robson Palmer on behalf of Professor Stuart enclosing £5 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (undated)
- Letter from George Newnes declining the request for subscriptions for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (15 April 1899)
- Letter from Robson Palmer on behalf of Professor Stuart enclosing £5 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (29 August 1899)
- Letter from C.Arthur Pearson declining an unidentified request (1p) (10 May 1899)
- Letter from F.R.Robinson of The Daily News enclosing £10 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (19 June 1899)
- Letter from F.R.Robinson of The Daily News enclosing £10 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (22 June 1899)
- Letter from C.P.Scott regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (29 March 1899)
- Letter from W.J.Smith enclosing a copy of 'The Pioneer' (1p) (18 May 1898)
- Letter from Edward Spicer enclosing £5 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' on behalf of Spicer Brothers (1p) (21 June 1899)
- Letter from Taylor Garnett of The Manchester Guardian enclosing £10 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (12 May 1899)
- Photocopy of letter from George Standring regarding lecture arrangements (Original in Holyoake 2/41) (2pp) (15 January 1892)
- Note from John T,Thomasson regarding a meeting (1p) (undated)
- Letter from T.Unwin Fisher regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (7 July 1899)
- Letter from T.Fisher Unwin regarding a meeting with Caroline M.Collet and the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (18 July 1899)
- Photocopy of letter from Thomas Fisher Unwin regarding a dinner arrangement (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (22 October 1897)
- Photocopy of letter from Thomas Fisher Unwin regarding their recent meeting (Original in Holyoake 2/46) (1p) (27 October 1897)
- Note from T.Fisher Unwin regarding a proof (1p) (16 October 1899)
- Letter from T Fisher Unwin regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (19 October 1899)
- Photocopy of letter to Holyoake from A. Whitehead regarding the sending of a Bank of England note and postal order (Original in 2/52) (1p) (20 November 1903)
- Letter from Charles Wright of the Daily Telegraph enclosing £20 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (28 March 1899)
- Letter from Charles Wright of the Daily Telegraph enclosing £20 for the publication of C.D.Collet's book 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (25 July 1899)

Correspondence with Dr Kalley  HOLYOAKE/1/6  1843-1844

Contents:
Press cuttings of correspondence between Holyoake, as Secretary of the Anti-Persecution Union, and Robert R.Kalley, imprisoned in the Jail of Funchal, Madiera, for 'expressing theological opinions', from the journal The Movement (19pp) (September 1843 - June 1844)

Letters from George Jacob and Austin Holyoake to Thomas Cooper  HOLYOAKE/1/7  1856-1874

Contents:
Includes:
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding 'Anthony Atheos' of Blackburn and the price of copies of Toland's 'Pantheisticon' and Voltaire's 'La Bible' (1p) (19 July 1856)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding the sale of Toland's 'Pantheisticon' and Voltaire's 'La Bible' (1p) (22 July 1856)
- Letter from Holyoake to Thomas Cooper regarding Cooper's character and informing Cooper he has been unwell (2pp) (17 June 1859)
- Note from Holyoake to Cooper accepting an invitation (1p) (27 January 1859)
- Letter from Austin Holyoake to Cooper regarding a corrected bill, a delivery of The Reasoner and Holyoake's illness (2pp) (8 July 1859)
- Letter from Austin Holyoake to Cooper regarding Cooper's advertisement in The Reasoner and Bradlaugh's pamphlet on the Soul (1p) (1 November 1859)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper wishing him birthday greetings and discussing his health (2pp) (17 March 1860)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding an enclosure (not included) (1p) (11 April 1860)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding an order of the English Leader and Cooper's advertisements (3pp) (28 March 1866)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding general matters (1p) (27 January 1868)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper thanking him for the gift of a book and discussing the possibility of a meeting (2pp) (16 September 1871)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding English papers in America and notices of Cooper's book (1p) (23 March 1872)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding an enclosed notice on Cooper's book (not included) (3pp) (1873)
- Note from Holyoake to Cooper with enclosed cutting on Cooper's new poem 'The Paradise of Martyrs' (1p) (8 June 1873)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding a previous meeting and Cooper's 'evidences' (1p) (31 August 1873)
- Letter from Holyoake to Cooper regarding stamps (1p) (11 April 1874)

Other Letters  HOLYOAKE/1/8  1839-1934

Contents:
Includes:
- Letter from T.Attwood to John Fowler offering to subscribe for the latter's work on Charles Pemberton (1p) (11 August 1841)
- Letter from Samuel Bache to the Committee of the Botanic Gardens, Edgbaston, recommending Holyoake and his wife as members of the Lodge (2pp) (29 June 1839)
- Testimonial of Holyoake by Francis Clarke for a position with the Committee of the Botanic Gardens (2pp) (29 June 1839)
- Testimonial of Holyoake by William Ick of the Philosophical Society for a position with the Committee of the Botanic Gardens (2pp) (29 June 1839)
- Photocopy of letter from G.Garibaldi to W.H.Ashurst regarding the funds of the Garibaldi Special Fund (1p) (15 April 1861)
- Note by John Gillins of a resolution passed by the Committee for Erecting a Tablet to the Memory of the late Daniel Straight (1p) (6 March 1840)
- Testimonial of Holyoake by F.Hollick for the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Religious Rationalists for a lectureship (2pp) (undated)
- Letter from F.Hollick to the Bishop of Worcester regarding the latter's appointment (3pp) (26 October 1840)
- Letter from Holyoake applying for the job with the Committee of the Botanic Gardens, Edgbaston (1p) (undated)
- Letter from Holyoake to the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Religious Rationalists regarding information for the post at Worcester (3pp) (31 August 1840)
- Letter from Holyoake to the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Religious Rationalists requesting missionary work and outlining his experience and beliefs (3pp) (3 June 1841)
- Letter from Holyoake to Ralph Thomas regarding general matters (2pp) (11 April 1843)
- Draft of letter from Holyoake to Charles Southwell explaining his opinions on an unidentified matter (2pp) (undated)
- Handwritten letter from Holyoake to the Editor of the Weekly Tribune regarding Louis Blanc and comments printed about him in that newspaper (2pp) (22 May 1850)
- Letter from Holyoake to wife, Eleanor regarding his travel and arrival in Bolougne (1p) (29 August 1856)
- Photocopy of letter from Holyoake to Dosworth regarding Holyoake's public discussion with Reverend Brewin Grant (3pp) (21 April ?)
- Photocopy of letter from Holyoake to Thomas Talbot Baines regarding the funds of the Garibaldi Special Fund (6pp) (6 July 1861)
- Letter from Holyoake to Greenwood regarding the sale of 'Social Economist' (4pp) (29 September 1869)
- Note from Holyoake to Farn regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (1p) (1 December 1873)
- Note from Holyoake to Farn regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (1p) (7 August 1873)
- Letter from Holyoake to the Lord Bishop of Durham regarding a book and enclosing a review (3pp) (11 March 1882)
- Letter from Holyoake to Madame Mario regarding the Committee in Bologna and a prospective visit by Holyoake and others (4pp) (23 September 1888)
- Letter from Holyoake to Mr Neale regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (7pp) (6 July 1889)
- Circular letter from Holyoake, as Secretary of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, to unnamed co-operative societies requesting the societies to petition the House of Commons to extend to all penny a mile fares the exemption from Passenger Duty (2 copies) (3pp) (January 1895)
- Letter from Holyoake to Mr Macmillan regarding a letter sent to W.H.Holyoak regarding copies of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (8pp) (undated)
- Incomplete letter from Holyoake to James Bertram regarding the request to Mr Carnegie of a subscription (2pp) (undated)
- Letter from Holyoake to Mr Macmillan regarding W.H.Holyoak and copies of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (2pp) (17 April 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Mr Macmillan regarding W.H.Holyoak and copies of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (2pp) (3 May 1899)
- Circular letter from Holyoake requesting subscriptions for the publication of C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (June 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Spicer Brothers requesting subscriptions for the publication of C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (4pp) (18 June 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Caroline M.Collet regarding financial and legal dealings matters with Fisher Unwin over the publication of her father's book, 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (2pp) (18 June 1899)
- Circular letter from Holyoake requesting subscriptions for the publication of C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (20 June 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Sir Charles Dilke regarding the publication of C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' and The Athenaeum (3pp) (23 June 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Caroline M.Collet regarding the publication of her father's book, 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (7 July 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Caroline M.Collet regarding the publication of her father's book, 'A History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (28 November 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Sir Edward Watkin thanking him for his subscription for the publication of C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (3pp) (undated)
- Letter from W.H.Holyoak to Macmillan and Sons regarding the infringement of copyright in the case of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam (3 letters) (March 1899)
- Letter from Holyoake to Mr Neale regarding the sale of the 'Social Economist' (3pp) (undated)
- Testimonial for Holyoake from Robert Hulse and Griffin Hornblower to the Central Board of the Universal Community Society of Religious Rationalists describing Holyoake's morals and suitability for the post of social missionary (3pp) (22 July 1840)
- Letter to Mr Ryall from R.K.Hunt regarding Holyoake's trial for blasphemy (2pp) (16 August 1842)
- Letter to Hooper from Thornton Hunt regarding the formation of a freethought combination (2pp) (17 April 1850)
- Printed copy of letter from Thornton Hunt to Travis regarding the formation of a Social Reform Club, with note by Holyoake (3pp) (24 October 1850)
- Testimonial for Holyoake from Francis Lloyd (2pp) (January 1839)
- Letter to C.F.W.Goss from Emilie Holyoake-Marsh regarding the deposit of portraits and a photograph of an African relic with the Holyoake collection at the Bishopsgate Institute (1p) (9 January 1934)
- Note by Emilie Holyoake-Marsh regarding her election to the Council of the Robert Owen Museum (1p) (undated)
- Letter to John Morris from The Illustrated London News and Sketch Limited regarding Sir William Ingram's contribution to the Collet publication fund (1p) (30 June 1899)
- Testimonial for Holyoake from J.L.Murphy (1p) (4 March 1840)
- Letter to Charles Southwell from Maltus Ryall regarding Southwell's articles, the Jewish faith and other matters (3pp) (21 November 1841)
- Testimonial for Holyoake from James Rusbell for the position at the Botanic Gardens, Edgbaston (1p) (1 July 1839)
- Testimonial for Holyoake from Smith and Hawkes for the position at the Botanic Gardens, Edgbaston (1p) (1 July 1839)
- Letter to Mrs Storr from the New Zealand Premier's Office enclosing a handbook of Labour Laws of New Zealand (1p) (7 February 1901)

Diaries  HOLYOAKE/2  1847-1905

Contents:
Series of engagement diaries kept by Holyoake, including brief handwritten notes on daily events and ephemera, including handbills, press cuttings and letters concerning meetings, lectures and public and political events pasted into pages.

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/1  1849-1850

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for syllabus of lectures at the Literary Institution, Fitzroy Square, including 'Influence of the Writings of Robert Owen on Opinions and Conduct' by Holyoake and others by Charles Southwell and Thomas Cooper (October - November 1849)
- Handbill for lectures on 'Practical Communism' hosted by the Redemption Society at the Hall of Science, City Road, including the lecture 'Influence of Robert Owen on Political Economy' and others by Richard Hart and Alex Campbell (November - December 1849)
- Letter to Holyoake from E.Truelove agreeing to Holyoake's offer to lecture on the question of secular education (1p) (14 March 1850)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/2  1850

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting listing train times between London and Brighton on the South-Coast Railway (February 1850)
- Circular letter requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee (1p) (11 January 1850)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/3  1853

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for lectures delivered by Holyoake during 1853 and topics in 1852 (undated)
- Press cutting advertising the book 'On Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, etc' by Alfred Maddock (undated)
- Handbill for a tea party and public meeting in commemoration of Robespierre, held at the National Hall, Holborn, featuring attendance by Holyoake, Louis Blanc, G.W.M.Reynolds and others (13 April 1853)
- Handbill for two lectures 'Christian Secularism Limited' and 'Public Aims of the Secularists' by Holyoake to be delivered in the Assembly Rooms (28-29 June 1853)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/4  1854

Contents:
Includes:
- Programme of a complimentary tea party to James Watson at the Literary Institution featuring lecture 'The Labourers in the Cause of Freethought' by Holyoake and Henry N.Barnett and others by Thomas Cooper and Watson (23 January 1854)
- Programme for a soiree, held by the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge, held at the Whittington Club and addressed by Thomas Milner Gibson, Sir John Villiers Shelley, Richard Cobden and others (8 February 1854)
- List of Sunday morning lectures organised by the London Secular Society including lecture 'Statements of Secular Principles' by Holyoake and others by Henry N.Barnett, Samuel Pooley and John Maughan (March 1854)
- Flyer for lectures on Christianity and secularism at the London Mechanics' Institution (March 1854)
- List of Sunday morning lectures organised by the London Secular Society including lecture 'Law of Personalities in connection with Secular Societies' by Holyoake and others by William MacCall, Robert Le Blond and others (April 1854)
- Press cutting advertising a lecture 'Secular Education the Best Scholar and the Safest for the State' by Holyoake delivered at Manchester Town Hall (4 July 1854)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/5  1855

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at the Hall of Science, Commercial Place featuring the lecture 'The Support of Opinion not a Sacrifice' by Holyoake and others by Robert Cooper and S.M.Kydd (May 1855)
- Handbill for a lecture 'A General Review of the Course of Unitarian Lectures' by Holyoake, delivered at the Literary Institution (22 May 1855)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at St George's Hall, Elephant and Castle, including 'The Defects of Christian-Education Illustrated by Spirit-Rappers' by Holyoake and another by Henry Tyrrell (August 1855)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at St George's Hall, Elephant and Castle, including 'Paine, the Type of the Old Freethinkers' by Holyoake and others by Robert Cooper, Richard Hart and Henry Tyrrell (August 1855)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday morning lectures hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, including 'The Influence of War on Political Progress and the Popular Theology' by Holyoake and others by Robert Cooper, 'A Secular Friend' and 'Iconoclast' (November 1855)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday morning lectures hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, including 'Theological Ideas of Responsibility, and why Freethinkers reject them', 'What Secular Ideas of Responsibility are', 'Secularism not a Dogma, but an Education' and others by Noah Green and 'A Secular Friend' (December 1855)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/6  1856

Contents:
Includes:
- Page of handwritten notes by Holyoake entitled 'Instruction of William Bull Esq. to be followed after his death' (undated)
- Handbill for series of Sunday morning lectures, hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, including ' Paine, the Type of the Old Freethinkers', 'Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Thcism in reply to Miss Collet's "Modern Atheism" and other works', 'The Present Development of Freethinking' and 'Points of Freethinking Agreement Already Established' by Holyoake (January 1856)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at the Literary Institution including 'The revolutionary effects of the War on the Theology and the Politics of England' by Holyoake and another by Henry Tyrrell (January 1856)
- Handbill for lectures by Holyoake at the Athenaeum Room, Derby, including 'The Humane and Liberal Aspects of the War' and 'The Good old Cause of Temperance: Defended from the Errors of teetotalism: and Examination of the Inability of Teetotalism to Remove the Vice of Drunkenness' (17 and 18 January 1856)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at the Hall of Science including 'Theological Responsibility, and why Freethinkers reject it' by Holyoake and others by Thomas Cooper and Samuel M.Kydd (January 1856)
- Handbill for series of Sunday morning lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, including 'The Prince and the Priest', 'Secular and Christian Methods of Morality Compared', 'Who are the Explicit? A Contrast of Christian and Freethinking Creeds' and 'The Credulity of Christianity' (February 1856)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at the Hall of Science including lectures by Henry Tyrell, Thomas Cooper and Ernest Jones (February 1856)
- Handbill for two lectures, 'The Beneficial Results of the War upon the Liberties and Opinion of England' and 'Secular Education the Best for the Scholar and the Safest for the State' by Holyoake, delivered at the Assembly Rooms, Gravesend (February 1856)
- Handbill for series of Sunday evening lectures at St George's Hall, Elephant and Castle, including 'The Prince and the Priest' by Holyoake and others by L.H.Holdreth, 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh) and Dr Sexton (April 1856)
- Press cutting, 'Supposed Discovery of the Body of Foschini in the Thames' (April 1856)
- Handbill for a London Secular Society excursion to Rye House (11 May 1856)
- Ticket for the annual meeting of the London Temperance League at Exeter Hall (13 May 1856)
- Handbill for an anniversary tea party in commemoration of the birthday of Robert Owen (18 May 1856)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Literary Institution including 'A Free Sunday not a French Sunday' by Holyoake and another by John Mill (May - June 1856)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday lectures and free discussions at St John's Temperance Hall featuring many lectures by Holyoake and others (June-August 1856)
- Handbill for a discussion on temperance at the Philharmonic Hall, London, featuring Holyoake and Jabez Inwards (June 1856)
- Handbill for series of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the London Secular Society at Finsbury Hall, including 'Proofs that the Book of God is the Word of Man and not a very perfect word either' by Holyoake and others by Richard Hart, Noah Green and Henry Tyrell (June 1856)
- Press cutting, 'The Estate of the Assassin Foschini' (undated)
- Handbill for a Great Western Railway excursion from Paddington to Plymouth (16 and 27 August 1856)
- Handbill for series of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the London Secular Society at Finsbury Hall, including 'On the Characteristics of a Secularist Society' by Holyoake and others by Richard Hart, Noah Green and Henry Tyrell (September 1856)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday lectures and free discussions, hosted by the Manchester Secular Society, at St John's Temperance Hall featuring many lectures by Holyoake and others (October-December 1856)
- Press cutting, 'Abolition of Fees on Freedom' (undated)
- Handbill for six lectures to be delivered by Holyoake at the Eclectic Institute, London (November 1856)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures at the Literary Institution including 'The Other Side of Mr Thomas Cooper's Second Course of Lectures on Materialism and Spiritualism' by Holyoake and another by 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh) (December 1856)
- Advertisement for a meeting of the Open Air Worship Society in Peel Park, Manchester (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/7  1857

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'Italy and the Italians' (undated)
- Letter to Holyoake from James Beal of the Atlas Newspapers requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting to discuss strategy for raising the issue of suffrage reform at the General Election (1p) (7 March 1857)
- Advertisement for a lecture by Holyoake, hosted by the North London Secular Society, entitled 'Christian Morality: Indefinite, Inadequate and Inoperative' (22 March 1857)
- Circular letter from the Literary Institution regarding attendance at their half-yearly meeting (1p)(27 March 1857)
- Press cutting, 'Delivery of the Queen: Birth of a Princess' (14 April 1857)
- Advertisement for a Sunday evening lecture, 'Prospects of Reform: Political and Social' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (7 June 1857)
- Advertisement for a lecture by Holyoake, hosted by the East London Secular Society at Philpot Street, entitled 'Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Orthodoxy' (26 July 1857)
- Advertisement for a Sunday evening lecture, 'Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Orthodoxy' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (2 August 1857)
- Advertisement for a public discussion, hosted by the East London Secular Society at Philpot Street, entitled 'Secularism Impracticable When Separated from Atheism' featuring responses by Holyoake and 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh) (26 July 1857)
- Advertisement for a Sunday evening lecture, 'The Mischiefs of Missionaryism in India' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (1 November 1857)
- Advertisement for two lectures 'The Mischiefs of Missionaryism in India' and 'The Principles of Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Orthodoxy' by Holyoake at Oddfellow's Hall, Bradford (November 1857)
- Advertisement for a Sunday evening lecture, 'The Machinery of Public Opinion' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (29 November 1857)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/8  1858

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for a lecture 'The Principles and Discipline of Democracy' by Holyoake, hosted by the London Secular Society at the Cabinet Theatre, London (7 March 1858)
- Handbill for a lecture 'The English Sepoy, Or Nena Sahib tracked, and his spiritual likeness delineated' by Holyoake at the Temperance Hall, Sheffield (25 March 1858)
- Circular letter from E.M.Kindred of the Literary Institution requesting Holyoake's attendance at the organisation's half-yearly meeting (27 March 1858)
- Handbill for a reading from 'Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens at St Martin's Hall, London (15 April 1858)
- Handbill for four lectures by Rev. E.G.Holland at the Marylebone Literary and Scientific Institution (May 1858)
- Handbill for a discussion between Holyoake and Thomas Cooper at the Lecture Hall, Goodramgate, York (June 1858)
- Press cutting, 'Death of Corporal Dunn, Late of York' (undated)
- Advertisement for a lecture 'History of the Five Nights Discussion, in York, with Thomas Cooper!' by Holyoake at the Manchester Secular Institute (27 June 1858)
- Press cutting, 'The Paper Duties' (undated)
- Programme for a soiree, hosted by Wylam Reading Institute, featuring an address by Holyoake (26 July 1858)
- Handbill for a demonstration of secularism at Shipley Glen, Bradford, to be addressed by Holyoake (15 August 1858)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at Cheapside, Leeds (August 1858)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at the Town Hall, Longton (October 1858)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/9  1859

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cuttings of illustrations of Llanberis and Snowden (undated)
- Handbill for series of three lectures 'The Causes of Scepticism, with an account of Mr Cooper's Case', 'The Design and the apriori Arguments for the existence of Deity' and 'Historical Evidence; Miracles and Prophecy shown to be no proof whatever of the Moral Truth of Christianity' by Holyoake at the Assembly Rooms, Low Pavement (January - February 1859)
- Handbill for a course of free lectures hosted by the North London and Clerkenwell Branch of the National Sunday League (March 1859)
- Handbill for a concert and ball, arranged by the London Secular Society, at the Hall of Science, London, for the benefit of Henry Tyrell (16 February 1859)
- Handbill for a lecture 'The Religion of the Gentleman, contrasted with that preached to the Poor Man' by Holyoake at the Hope Temperance Hall, London (28 February 1859)
- First class return ticket from London to Paris for the South Eastern Railway (18 May 1859)
- Handbill and receipt from Charles Martin, wigmakers, in Paris (1 June 1859)
- Business card for the Hotel de France at D'Albion, Paris (undated)
- Offprint of a letter by W.M.Thackeray to the Cornhill Magazine (1 November 1859

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/10  1860

Contents:
Includes:
- Programme for the 'Star' anniversary dinner (17 March 1860)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Mysterious Personages and Agencies in France' by Louis Blanc, hosted by the St John's Wood Literary and Scientific Society at the Assembly Rooms, Eyre Arms (3 April 1860)
- Handbill for a public meeting at St Martin's Hall, London, concerning the tax on paper proposed in the House of Lords, featuring John Bright, William Ewart, Thomas Duncombe and others (15 May 1860)
- Handbill for a working class demonstration concerning the Reform Bill at St Martin's Hall, London (17 May 1860)
- Handbill for a demonstration entitled 'Italy for the Italians: Garibaldi' at St Martin's Hall, London (22 May 1860)
- Programme for entertainments at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket (18-22 June 1860)
- Circular letter from H. Brookes of the Constitutional Defence Committee requesting support in protest against the House of Lords (22 June 1860)
- Circular letter from H. Brookes of the Constitutional Defence Committee requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the organisation (4 July 1860)
- Minutes and resolutions of a conference of the Constitutional Defence Committee held at the King's Arms Hotel, Westminster (11 July 1860)
- Circular letter from H. Brookes of the Constitutional Defence Committee requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the organisation (10 July 1860)
- Letter to Holyoake and wife Eleanor from daughter Eveline regarding general matters (2pp) (15 June 1860)
- Circular letter from H. Brookes of the Constitutional Defence Committee requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the organisation (16 July 1860)
- Handbill for lectures by Holyoake at various locations in Bradford (August 1860)
- Handbill for two lectures 'The Success of Co-operative Societies, and how it has been achieved' and 'The New Political Position of the People after the Rejection of the Reform Bill and the Aggression of the Lords' by Holyoake at the Town Hall, Stalybridge (August 1860)
- Programme for a meeting of secularists in Tandle Hill, Lancashire (19 August 1860)
- Circular letter from John Lincoln of the Newspaper and Periodical Press Association for Obtaining the Repeal of the Paper Duty requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the Committee of the organisation (17 August 1860)
- Handbill for three lectures 'The Logic of Life', 'The Distinctive Principles of Secularism' and 'An Hour's History of the Secular and Social Progress, made during the last Thirty Years, Independently of Theology' by Holyoake at the Teutonic Hall, London (August 1860)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Hall of Science, London, featuring 'An Hour's History of the Secular and Social Progress, made during the last Thirty Years, Independently of Theology' by Holyoake and others by John Watts, Harriet Law and 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh) (September 1860)
- Handbill for a of Sunday evening lecture 'The Moral Criticism of the Bible' by Holyoake at the Hall of Science, London (28 October 1860)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at the Teutonic Hall, London (November 1860)
- Programme of a prize-giving ceremony at Dunter Street Academy (13 December 1860)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/11  1861

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for two lectures 'A Secular Retrospect of the Past Year' and ' On the Art of Making Truth disagreeable-with reference to the Freethinking and Christian Advocacy' by Holyoake at the Hall of Science, London (January 1861)
- Receipt from H.Merrit for rent (13 April 1861)
- Circular invitation to a meeting of the Committee of the Final Subscription of the Fleet Street House to be addressed by Holyoake (27 April 1861)
- Handbill for a series of lectures at the Hall of Science, London, featuring 'Secular Education distinct from, but not opposed to, Theological Education' by Holyoake and others by 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh), Ebenezer Edger and William Maccall (November 1861)
- Cutting of advertisement for a complimentary dinner to John Bright at the Public Hall, Rochdale (4 December 1861)
- Handbill for a series of lectures at the Hall of Science, London, featuring 'The Law of Oaths as confirmed by the Judges in the Late Appeal' by Holyoake and another by John Watts (December 1861)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/12  1862

Contents:
Includes:
- Advertisement for two lectures 'The Logic of Life, Deduced from the Principle of Freethought' and 'The Dead who Die in Scepticism-Their Grave Services, Sepulture, and Fate' by Holyoake at the Masonic Hall, Yarmouth (March 1862)
- Advertisement for the launch of the journal 'Stepping-Stone: The Organ of the General Secular Reformers' (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/13  1863

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for a public meeting on slavery at Finsbury Chapel, London (6 May 1863)
- Handbill for a lecture on co-operation by Holyoake at the Town Hall, Middlesborough (30 November 1863)
- Handbill for two lectures 'The Utilitarian and Christian Standard of Morals' and 'Theological and Instructive Incidents of the late Social Science Congress at Edinburgh' at the Hall of Science, London (December 1863)
- Programme for a performance by Jennings' Choir at the Metropolitan Institution (25 December 1863)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/14  1865

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'A Descendant of Holbein' from the Morning Advertiser (23 January 1865)
- Note to Holyoake from G.Linnaeus Banks regarding an engagement (1p) (undated)
- Handbill for a lecture on materialism by Rev.M.D.Conway at the Spiritual Lyceum, London (26 February 1865)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at Nelson Street, Newcastle (12-14 March 1865)
- Press cutting of advertisements for meetings on parliamentary reform and of the National Reform Union (March 1865)
- Press cutting, 'Funeral of Mr Cobden' (undated)
- Circular letter from R.M.Morrell regarding the postponement of a Trades' Delegates interview with Metropolitan Members at the House of Commons (undated)
- Handbill for a lecture 'The Effect of Reading the Bible a Second Time' by Holyoake at East Parade, Huddersfield (16 April 1865)
- Press cutting, 'The Funeral of the Late Mr Samuel Lucas' (undated)
- Press cutting of obituary notice for Sir Henry Dymoke (undated)
- Handbill for two lectures 'Death and Character of President Lincoln' and 'The Invectives and Passionateness of St Paul' by Holyoake at the Hall of Science, London (May 1865)
- Circular letter requesting attendance at an extraordinary general meeting of the Metropolitan Institution Company Limited (18 May 1865)
- Press cutting, 'Marylebone and its Members' (undated)
- Handbill for three lectures 'Effect of Reading the Bible a Second Time', 'The effect upon religion of permitting Public Amusements and Art Recreations on Sunday' and 'Searching for God' by Holyoake, hosted by the Paisley Secular Society at the Wilson Hall, Paisley (September 1865)
- Press cutting advertising a lecture on America by Holyoake to be delivered at New Street, Paisley, from the Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette (23 September 1865)
- Press cutting advertising a lecture 'St Luke's Gospel' by Holyoake to be delivered at the Mechanics Institute, Greenock from the Greenock Telegraph (22 September 1865)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at the Eclectic Institute, Dunlop Street (September 1865)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/15  1866

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'Worship Street: A burglar caught' (undated)
- Press cutting of advert for the Railway Passengers Assurance Company (undated)
- Press cutting, 'Particulars of the Attempt upon Count Bismarck's Life' (7 May 1866)
- Receipt from the Reform League for Holyoake's subscription of five shillings (29 June 1866)
- Press cutting of advertisement for the journal 'The Working Man' (undated)
- Two press cuttings regarding police excesses at a demonstration in Hyde Park (July 1866)

Loose Pages from Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/16  1866

Contents:
Removed pages from an engagement diary (27 April - 30 June 1866)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/17  1866-1867

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'Dore's Illustrations to "Elaine"' (undated)
- Circular letter regarding visiting times for social engagements with Mrs P.A.Taylor (undated)
- Press cutting, 'The Holly' (undated)
- Press cutting, 'Mr Gladstone on Cobden' (undated)
- Press cutting of review of 'On the Safe Abolition of Pain in Labour and Surgical Operations' by Robert Ellis (8 December 1866)
- Receipt from the Chatsworth Hotel, Edensor (2 August 1867)
- Receipt from Blakey's Private Hotel, King's Cross (July 1867)
- Press cutting, 'How the Great Artist formed his style' (undated)
- Handbill for a public meeting in favour of Industrial Partnerships and Co-operation as a preventative of Strikes and Outrages to be chaired by Thomas Hughes at the Free Trade Hall, Manchester (27 September 1867)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Trades Unions and Strikes: Their Cause and Remedies' by Ernest Jones at St James' Hall, London (14 November 1867)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Modern Political Leaders' by Holyoake at Sanger's Lecture Hall (12 December 1867)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/18  1868

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for the laying of a foundation stone at the new Luton Corn Exchange by Lionel Ames (9 January 1868)
- Press cutting regarding a co-operative meeting held in Birmingham and addressed by Holyoake and others, from The Morning Star (9 January 1868)
- Letter to Holyoake from Thomas Noble inviting him to a meeting in Westminster for supporters of national expenditure reductions and taxation reform (17 January 1868)
- Handbill for lecture 'The Political Future of the Working Classes' by James Stansfeld, hosted by the Reform League at St James' Hall, London (4 February 1868)
- Handbill for a course of freethought lectures at Cleveland Hall, London, featuring the lecture 'The Religious Ascendancy of Science' and others by Harriet Law and 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh) (September 1868)
- Handbill for a course of lectures featuring 'The New Parliament and the New Members in it' by Holyoake and others by William Maccall, Charles Bradlaugh and Harriet Law (December 1868)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/19  1869

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for the Railway Permanent Benefit Building Society (1 January 1869)
- Ticket to take the platform at a Metropolitan meeting in favour of vote by ballot, chaired by Thomas Milner Gibson at the Arundel Great Hall, London (15 January 1869)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at the Eclectic Hall, Glasgow (January - February 1869)
- Ticket for the annual meeting of the Financial Reform Union, chaired by W.M.Torrens, at the Charing Cross Hotel, London (24 February 1869)
- Handbill for a series of lectures at Cleveland Hall, London, featuring the lectures 'Ernest Jones, his Career and his Death' and 'New Views of the end of Life' by Holyoake and others by John Lowry and Harriet Law (April 1869)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake at the Coach and Horses, Broadmead (9 May 1869)
- Handbill for a lecture 'The Failure of Competition, as a Means of Industrial Prosperity' by Holyoake at the Broadmead Rooms (8 May 1869)
- Invitation to the opening of a new warehouse by the Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited (18 May 1869)
- Handbill for the Co-operative Congress and the theatre of the Royal Society of Arts (May - June 1869)
- Invitation for a social meeting in the library of the Royal Society of Arts (9 June 1869)
- Handbill for the annual meeting of the Workmen's Technical Education Committee, presided by Lord Elcho, at the Theatre of the School of Mines, Jermyn Street, London (24 June 1869)
- Press cutting of letter, 'The Amsterdam Exhibition' (undated)
- Handbill for two lectures 'New Views Concerning the End of Life' and 'Increasing Force and Repute of Secular Principles' by Holyoake, hosted by the Liverpool Secular Society at the Victoria Music Hall, Liverpool (29 August 1869)
- Map showing locations for venues at the British Association's Exeter meeting (1869)
- Receipt from Rex's Temperance Commercial Hotel and Boarding House, Exeter (24 August 1869)
- Press cutting of letter, 'Byron's "Manfred"' by Holyoake (undated)
- Handbill for Sunday evening entertainment, hosted by the Church of Progress at St George's Hall, London, featuring the lecture 'The Common People' by Holyoake (29 November 1869)
- Circular letter to Holyoake from Andrew Reid of the Land Tenure Reform Association requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the organisation's Provisional Committee (1p) (28 November 1869)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Winchester Hall, King's Cross, featuring the lecture 'The recent Twelve Day's Mission of the High and Low Church Parties' by Holyoake and others by George Sexton, J.McGilchrist and Harriet Law (December 1869)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/20  1870

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'Education Meetings at Norwich' (undated)
- Ticket for a performance at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden (1 January 1870)
- Handbill for a public meeting at Exeter Hall, London concerning the Workmen's International Exhibition (10 January 1869)
- Notice for a public debate on secularism featuring Holyoake and Charles Bradlaugh at the New Hall of Science, Old Street, London (3 - 4 March 1870)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/21  1871

Contents:
Includes:
- Five cuttings advertising lectures, 'The Recognition of the French Republic', 'Curiosities of American views on Marriage and Divorce' and 'The Invective of St Paul' at Tarlington Hall (January - March 1871)
- Note to Holyoake from W.H.Ashurst requesting his attendance at the Prince of Wales, Kensington (12 April 1871)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/22  1872

Contents:
Includes:
- Business card for Mrs Lynn Linton (undated)
- Notice for a lecture 'Kinder Garten Syatem of Education' by Miss Peabody of Boston, USA, at her school, Regent's Park, London (4 March 1872)
- Press cutting regarding Disraeli's visit to Manchester (undated)
- Note to Holyoake from daughter Emilie regarding a meeting and thanking him for sending some books (1p) (18 April 1872)
- Handbill for three lectures 'The Responsibilities of Republicanism', 'Reply to the Very Rev., the Dean of Norwich's "Pleadings for Christ"' and 'Examination of the Bishop of Peterborough's Oration upon the "Demonstration of the Spirit"' by Holyoake at the Albion Hall, Norwich (26 May 1872)
- Receipt from the Royal Oak Hotel, Sevenoaks (29 August 1872)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/23  1873

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting regarding two speeches given by Holyoake at Bradford Secular Hall (2 February 1873)
- Press cutting regarding two speeches given by Holyoake at Manchester Secular Institute (9 February 1873)
- Playbill for Sheridan's comedy 'The Rivals' at the Charing Cross Theatre, London (18 February 1873)
- Handbill for a lecture on secular responsibility by Holyoake at the Temperance Hall (27 February 1873)
- Handbill for lectures 'The Duty of Religious Debate as stated by Mr Gladstone' and 'Curious Limits Observable in the Christian Imagination' by Holyoake at the Secular Society Discussion Room, Leicester (2 March 1873)
- Note to Holyoake from Alice L.Bird requesting Holyoake's attendance for dinner (5 March 1873)
- Note to Holyoake from J.Woolmer requesting Holyoake's attendance for dinner (11 March 1873)
- Menu card from the Star and Garter Hotel, Richmond, Surrey (undated)
- Cheque made payable to George Bird (12 August 1873)
- Press cutting, 'The Senior Member for Brighton' (21 August 1873)
- Programme for the opening of the Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society's new warehouses (19 September 1873)
- Two cheques made payable to William Nuttall and Heckmondwicke Manufacturing (9 and 10 October 1873)
- Title page for a work 'John Stuart Mill: As some of the working classes knew him' by Holyoake (1873)
- Handbill for two lectures 'New Forms of Free Thought - Scientific and Secular' and 'Secular and Theological accountability Contrasted' by Holyoake at the Free Library Room (9 - 10 October 1873)
- Handbill for a Co-operative conference and soiree at the rooms of the Social Science Association (25th October 1873)
- Note from the Electoral Reform Association, the Representative Reform Association and the Reformers Union requesting Holyoake's attendance at a press conference on electoral reform (14 November 1873)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/24  1874

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting advertising three lectures 'Perils and Pleasures of Co-operation', 'Standing Armies, Standing Evils' and 'Education' by Holyoake at the Aspatria Noble Temple (17 - 18 January 1874)
- Press cutting advertising the latest issue of Contemporary Review featuring the article ' Gambling in Politics' by Holyoake (undated)
- Invitation for a complimentary dinner, hosted by the Labour Representation League, for Alexander McDonald and Thomas Burt at Anderton's Hotel, London (18 March 1874)
- Circular letter from Mrs P.A.Taylor concerning the times she will be available for visiting (undated)
- Letter to Holyoake from Bernard Cracroft regarding the writing of a statement (1p) (6 May 1874)
- Letter to Holyoake from W.H.Duignan thanking Holyoake for sending an extract and requesting a meeting (1p) (11 June 1874)
- Letter to Holyoake from J.S.Storr regarding the latter's stay in the country and his attending a meeting (1p) (1 July 1874)
- Ticket for Charles Bradlaugh's farewell lecture on behalf of the London Republican Club (10 September 1874)
- Press cutting, 'A Boy Worried by a Mastiff at Walsall' (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/25  1875

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/26  1876

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for two free thought lectures 'The Inspiration of the Bible' and 'The Design Argument: what does it prove?' by Charles Bradlaugh at the Corn Exchange, Leicester (21 February 1876)
- Ticket for a public meeting at St James Hall, London (2 March 1876)
- Press cutting, 'The Sunday Opening of Museums' (undated)
- Circular letter from the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of the organisation (1p) (8 March 1876)
- Programme for the Leeds conference of the National Secular Society (4 June 1876)
- Press cutting, 'Mr Holyoake and Mr Lloyd Jones' (5 June 1876)
- Press cutting, 'Notice to the Members of Co-operative Societies' by Thomas Brassey (undated)
- Printed circular by Robert Taylor regarding subjects for discussion at Co-operative Local Conferences in the Eastern Counties (12 July 1876)
- Handbill for two lectures 'Impressions on Reading the Bible a Second Time' and 'A Sermon from Shakespeare: Text from Macbeth' by Holyoake, hosted by the Liverpool Secular Society, at the Assembly Rooms, Islington (26 November 1876)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/27  1877

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for Monday evening lectures at the Freethought Institute, Walworth Road, including lecture 'The Curious Materialism of Christianity' by Holyoake and others by Charles Bradlaugh and Mr O'Byrne (January 1877)
- Printed minutes of a meeting of the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board (17 January 1877)
- Invitation to a talk by Humphrey Sandwith at the home of Mr and Mrs Ashurst (23 February 1877)
- Press cutting, 'Funeral of Mr George Odger' (undated)
- Handbill for the Co-operative Congress at the New Lecture Hall, Museum, Leicester, featuring talks by Auberon Herbert, Thomas Hughes and Abraham Greenwood (2 - 4 April 1877)
- Handbill for the eighth annual tea meeting of the Cambridge Co-operative Society, featuring Holyoake, at the Workmen's Hall, Cambridge (17 April 1877)
- Press cutting of illustration '"Enthusiastic Reception of Mr Gladstone": Scene in Bingley Hall' from The Dart (2 June 1877)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Distinctive Principles of Co-operation' by Holyoake, hosted by the Perseverance Co-operative Society, at the Eleusis Club, Chelsea (24 June 1877)
- Invitation to the funeral of Henry Merritt (10 July 1877)
- Handbill for a lecture 'The Late Trial of Mr Bradlaugh and Mrs Besant' by Holyoake at Cleveland Hall, London (15 July 1877)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the North London Branch of the National Secular Society at Claremont Hall, London, featuring 'Neglected Republican Agitation' by Holyoake and others by Charles Watts, J.Grout and Robert Forder (October 1877)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/28  1879

Contents:
Includes:
- Programme for a social meeting and concert hosted by the Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society, featuring an address by Holyoake (5 March 1879)
- Handbill for lecture 'Political and Social Aspects of Co-operation' by Holyoake, hosted by the Plymouth Mutual Co-operative and Industrial Society, at the Mechanics Institute, Plymouth (30 May 1879)
- Handbill for three lectures 'Certainty, the Basis of Secularism', 'The necessity of Republican Agitation' and 'Curiosities of Religious Opinion in America' by Holyoake at the Secular Institute, Manchester (10 October 1879)
- Press cutting, 'Latest Mail and Steamship News' (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/29  1880

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the British Secular Union at South Place Institute, London, including the lecture 'Incidents of American Travel and American Oratory' by Holyoake and others by Pramatha N.Bose, G.W.Foote, T.W.Rhys-Davids and Charles Watts (February 1880)
- Printed minutes of a meeting of the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board (18 February 1880)
- Handbill for lecture 'Co-operative Travels in America' by Holyoake, hosted by the Sheffield Co-operative Society, at the Co-operative Hall, Sheffield (3 March 1880)
- Printed minutes of a meeting of the Northern Section of the Central Co-operative Board (11 March 1880)
- Advertisement card for addresses by Sir Arthur Hobhouse and John Morley at Exeter Hall (15 March 1880)
- Handbill for the newspaper, the Daily Guardian (Brighton) (25 March 1880)
- Printed circular handbill regarding a meeting of the Liberals of Harrow Polling District concerning prospective candidate Herbert Gladstone (23 March 1880)
- Printed list of aims and programmes of lectures organised by the Scottish Secular Union, featuring lectures by Holyoake, Charles Watts, E.B.Aveling and others (May - July 1880)
- Printed circular regarding the next local conference of co-operative societies in the Colchester District (9 June 1880)
- Printed note to Holyoake from the Ocean, Railway and General Accident Assurance Company Limited regarding Holyoake's policy (June 1880)
- Handbill advertising the journal Secular Review, edited by Charles Watts (undated)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the British Secular Union at South Place Institute, London, including a lecture on America by Holyoake and others by G.W.Foote, Charles Watts and W.C.Coupland (February 1880)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/30  1881

Contents:
Includes:
- Programme for the annual festival of the Lincoln Co-operative Society (26 January 1881)
- Handbill for two lectures 'Mistakes of Sceptics Concerning a Future Life' and 'The Social Need of Two Sundays' by Holyoake, hosted by the Bradford United Secular Society, at Odd-Fellows Hall, Bradford (13 February 1881)
- Printed circular letter from Harrow Liberal Union regarding a banquet at the Drill Hall, Ealing (21 February 1881)
- Handbill for four lectures 'The Honesty and Eccentricity of Religion in the United States', 'Col. R. G. Ingersoll, the Voltaire of America', 'Conservative Revolutionists at Home and Abroad and 'Tory Radicals' by Holyoake, hosted by the Bradford United Secular Society, at Odd-Fellows Hall, Bradford, the Temperance Hall, Keighly and the People's Hall, Yeadon (March 1881)
- Circular letter from the Harrow Liberal Union regarding the annual general meeting of the organisation (1p) (22 March 1881)
- Handbill for a second series of Dramatic Recitations by Mrs Fairfax at the Royal Academy of Music (28 April 1881)
- Handbill for two public conferences, hosted by the Committee of Clergy, concerning 'Trade Unions and the Church' at the Chapterhouse, St Paul's Churchyard and St Johns Schools, London (30 April and 13 May 1881)
- Press cutting advertising two lectures 'The Strange Revision of the Bible' and 'Socrates' by Holyoake at the Secular Hall (12 June 1881)
- Receipt from the Refreshment Department of Alexandria Palace (30 August 1881)
- Press cutting, 'The Ferocious St Just' from The Radical (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/31  1882

Contents:
Includes:
- Playbill for a performance of 'The Squire' by A.W.Pinero at St James Theatre (9 February 1882)
- Press cutting, 'Presentation to a Liverpool Journalist' (undated)
- Press cutting advertising the annual meeting of Harrow Liberal Union at the Public Hall, Harrow (1 March 1882)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/32  1883

Contents:
Includes:
- Circular letter from the Railway Permanent Benefit Building Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a general meeting of its members (1p) (1 March 1883)
- Circular notice from the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board concerning the programme for its general conference at Leman Street, Whitechapel (17 February 1883)
- Note to Holyoake from C.S.Loch of the Charity Organisation Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting regarding emigration (1p) (3 April 1883)
- Letter to Holyoake from Walter Morrison regarding a social engagement (1p) (6 April 1883)
- Letter to Holyoake from Henry William K. Roscoe regarding Holyoake attending a meeting and concert hosted by Bermondsey Industrial Co-operative Society (3pp) (23 March 1883)
- Handbill for three lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Newcastle Branch of the National Secular Society at Cordwainer's Hall, 20 Nelson Street, Newcastle (26 May 1883)
- Handbill for a mass meeting in favour of the release of Messers Foote and Ramsey imprisoned in Holloway Gaol for blasphemy at St James Hall, Piccadilly featuring addresses by Holyoake, Admiral Maxse, Stewart Headlam, Charles Bradlaugh, Annie Besant and others (11 July 1883)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/33  1884

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for a lecture 'The American Wonderland' by Arthur Brown at Steinway Hall, London (21 March 1884)
- Handbill for a public meeting on co-operation, hosted by the National Provident Co-operative Society, at Finsbury Park Hall, London (28 March 1884)
- Programme for the Royal Court Theatre, London (March 1884)
- Playbill for a performance of 'Claudian' by Henry Herman at the Royal Princess Theatre, London (April 1884)
- Programme of the ceremonial at the opening of 'Sandringham' Buildings, Soho (8 July 1884)
- Letter to Holyoake from Richard Gowing requesting Holyoake's attendance at the annual general meeting of the Cobden Club (9 July 1884)
- Press cutting of illustration of a statue of Robert Burns (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/34  1885

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting advertising a lecture 'Patriotism by Charity' by Holyoake at Portsmouth Liberal Club (24 February 1885)
- Press cutting advertising a meeting for the fourth anniversary of the opening of Leicester Secular Hall featuring speeches by Holyoake, Theodore Wright and others (undated)
- Printed list of deputation of the Sunday Society (17 March 1885)
- Handbill for the opening of a new hall by Charles Bradlaugh for the Camberwell Branch of the National Secular Society featuring speeches by Annie Besant, G.W.Foote, Holyoake and others (8 April 1885)
- Ticket for the House of Commons (23 April 1885)
- Handbill for a series, hosted by the Progressive Association at Islington Hall, Islington Green, London, featuring 'Features of American Society, Social and Personal' by Holyoake and others by E.O.Greening and Roden Noel (April 1885)
- Handbill for two lectures 'Does Honesty Pay?' and The Night Side and the Bright Side of the Bible' by Holyoake, hosted by the Huddersfield Branch of the National Secular Society at the Secular Institute, East Parade, Huddersfield (31 May 1885)
- Handbill for a public tea and meeting, hosted by Haverhill Industrial Co-operative Society Limited at the Town Hall, Haverhill, featuring an address by Holyoake (22 June 1885)
- Printed invitation to Holyoake to attend a dinner for contributors to the Dictionary of National Biography (22 June 1885)
- Handbill for a series of lectures, hosted by Preston Eclectic Lecture Society at the School Room, Percy Street, Preston, featuring the lecture 'Early Religious Days' by Holyoake and others by William Morris, C.Fitzgerald and others (October - December 1885)
- Telegram to Holyoake regarding an arrangement (30 November 1885)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/35  1886

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'American Reception in London' (undated)
- Press cutting of illustration of Joseph Barlow (undated)
- Handbill for three lectures 'A Proposal for Two Sundays', 'The Night Side and the Light Side of the Bible' and 'Prospects of Sceptics Beyond the Grave' by Holyoake, hosted by the Rochdale Branch of the National Secular Society, at Secular Hall, Rochdale (21 February 1886)
- Handbill for a lecture 'The Art of making things plain in Daily Life' by Holyoake, hosted by Rochdale Equitable Pioneers Society, at the Assembly Room, Rochdale (24 February 1886)
- Handbill for an address by Holyoake, hosted by the Rochdale Women's Co-operative Guild, at Temperance Hall, Rochdale (23 February 1886)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Social and Political Policy of Co-operation' by Holyoake at the Hammersmith Club, London (4 April 1886)
- Handbill and programme of the annual soiree of Caterham Co-Operative Industrial Society (7 April 1886)
- Printed letter to Holyoake from Thomas Barrett of the London Dialectical Society informing Holyoake that he was seconded by George Bernard Shaw and elected to the Society (1p) (7 April 1886)
- Handbill for a general public meeting, hosted by the National Association for the Repeal of the Blasphemy Laws, at South Place Chapel, Finsbury, London (28 April 1886)
- Press cutting, 'Funeral of the Late Lloyd Jones' from The Echo (29 May 1886)
- Handbill for two lectures 'New Ideas of the Day' and 'Pulpit Oratory' by Holyoake at the Baskerville Hall, London (28 November 1886)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/36  1887

Contents:
Includes:
- Programme of a social meeting, hosted by Sheerness Co-operative and Economical Societies, featuring an address by Holyoake at the Co-operative Hall (27 January 1887)
- Handbill for lecture 'Fables and Follies: of the Bible' by A.B.Moss, hosted by the Brighton Branch of the National Secular Society, at the Town Hall, Brighton (14 March 1887)
- Handbill for a public meeting on industrial co-operation, hosted by the Southampton Co-operative Society, at the Deanery School Room, Southampton (18 March 1887)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Lecture Hall, Brighton featuring the lecture 'Rochdale Co-operation' by Holyoake and others by Alex H.Smith, Alfred Hood and T.R.Dobson (April 1887)
- Letter to Holyoake from R.O.Smith of the Hall of Science and Institute requesting a lecture by Holyoake (1p) (10 May 1887)
- Memorandum to Holyoake from Messrs. Parsons and Son, auctioneers, valuers and estate agents, regarding a payment (1p) (10 November 1886)
- Handbill for the adjourned conference on co-operation at the Lecture Hall, Brighton featuring an address by Holyoake and others by Stewart Headlam, Alfred Hood and Henry Solly (21 November 1887)
- Handbill for a course of lectures at the Lecture Hall, Brighton featuring the lecture 'English Aspects of the Labour Question' by Holyoake and others by T.R.Dobson, Stewart Headlam, Alfred Hood and Henry Solly (October - December 1887)
- Handbill for the inaugural dinner of the North Brighton Liberal Working Men's Club at the Town Hall, Brighton (29 December 1887)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/37  1888

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting of illustration of Buffalo Bill and caption 'Buffalo Bill's Wild West' (undated)
- Page containing handwritten notes by Holyoake (undated)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society at the Town Hall, Brighton, featuring an address by Holyoake (9 January 1888)
- Programme for a social gathering of the New Cross Co-operative Society Limited at the St James' Schoolrooms, Hatcham (12 January 1888)
- Handbill for a course of Monday evening lectures by Alfred Hood at the Lecture Hall, New Road, Brighton (January 1888)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Strange Changes in the Church' by Holyoake, hosted by the North West London Branch of the National Secular Society at Milton Hall, Hawley Cresent, Kentish Town (18 March 1888)
- Handbill for a Home Rule demonstration, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Dome, Brighton, featuring addresses by John Dillon, Wilfred and Lady Anne Blunt (21 March 1888)
- Handbill for a second annual tea and entertainment, hosted by the Bedford Co-operative Society at the Working Men's Institute, Harpur Street, featuring an address by Holyoake (2 April 1888)
- Printed invitation to a dinner for contributors to the Dictionary of National Biography (20 April 1888)
- Printed invitation to a dinner for contributors to the Dictionary of National Biography (26 May 1888)
- Printed circular letter from Richard Gowing requesting Holyoake's attendance at the annual general meeting of the Cobden Club (1p) (27 June 1888)
- Handbill for the laying of a cornerstone by Holyoake at the new stores of Colne and District Co-operative Society (1 September 1888)
- Handbill for a great Liberal demonstration, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Dome, Brighton, featuring addresses by the Marquis of Ripon, the Earl of Ashburnham and Viscount Hampden (5 December 1888)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/38  1889

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for a public tea, hosted by the Reigate Co-operative Society to celebrate the opening of their new premises, and a public meeting featuring Holyoake (15 February 1889)
- Press cutting advertising the annual tea meeting of the Reading Industrial Co-operative Society Limited featuring lecture 'Social and Political Aspect of Co-operation' by Holyoake (5 March 1889)
- Handbill for a course of lectures at the Working Men's College, Great Ormond Street, on Co-operative life (January 1889)
- Handbill for a social-educational evening, hosted by the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board, at the Wholesale Co-operative Society, Leman Road, Aldgate, featuring address by A.H.D.Acland (20 March 1889)
- Handbill for Sunday meeting of the Brighton branch of the National Secular Society at the Bath Arms, Union Street, Brighton (undated)
- Handbill for Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the Brighton branch of the National Secular Society, at the Bath Arms, Union Street, Brighton, featuring the lecture 'The Unionist Conspiracy of the 'Times' for the separation of Ireland' by Holyoake and another by E.Tolman Garner (March - April 1889)
- Handbill for the annual meeting of the Guild of Co-operators at the Co-operative Wholesale Society, Leman Street, Aldgate (18 May 1889)
- Handbill and programme for a public tea meeting, hosted by the Halstead Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, at the Assembly Room, Halstead (22 May 1889)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Is Christianity dying out' by Arthur B.Moss, hosted by the Brighton branch of the National Secular Society, at the Bath Arms, Union Street, Brighton, chaired by Holyoake (28 May 1889)
- Handbill for the first in a series of free lectures 'Did things go better before our Time' by Holyoake, hosted by the Jarrow and Hebburn Co-operative Society Limited, at the Lecture Hall, Ellison Street, Jarrow (3 October 1889)
- Telegram to Holyoake from 'Greg' informing Holyoake of the arrangement for a funeral (29 December 1889)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/39  1890

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for the serialisation of 'Sixty Years of an Agitator's Life' by Holyoake in the Newcastle Weekly Chronicle (undated)
- Press cutting regarding the death of Holyoake's brother Walter Rowland Holyoake (January 1890)
- Circular printed letter to Holyoake regarding a conference of the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board (29 January 1890)
- Programme for a grand soiree, hosted by the Rochester and District Co-operative Society Limited, at the New Corn Exchange, Rochester (26 February 1890)
- Handbill for the twenty-eighth series of Lambeth Baths Winter Meetings (April 1890)
- Handbill for a tea meeting, hosted by Wimbledon and Merton Co-operative Society, at St George's Hall, Wimbledon and featuring an address by Holyoake (8 July 1890)
- Handbill for a series of free Sunday lectures, hosted by the Leicester Secular Society, at the Secular Hall, Humberstone Gate, Leicester, featuring the lecture 'Some Unregarded Troubles of God' by Holyoake and others by Stewart D.Headlam, G.W.Foote, Stepniak, George Bernard Shaw and others (October - December 1890)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by Brighton Women's Liberal Association, at the Royal Pavillion, Brighton, featuring speakers Miss Orme and Mrs Sinclair (20 November 1890)
- Handbill for a 'Conversazione', hosted by Brighton Liberals on the occasion of Gladstone's birthday, at the Royal Pavillion, Brighton (29 December 1890)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/40  1891

Contents:
Includes:
- Telegram to Holyoake regarding the arrival of Messer McCarthy and Campbell-Bannerman for a meeting (undated)
- Press cutting of advertisement for Holyoake's works, 'The Trial of Theism', 'The Last Trial for Atheism in England' and 'The Principles of Secularism Illustrated' (undated)
- Press cutting regarding a meeting of the 'Saturday Circle' of the National Liberal Club from The Echo (16 March 1891)
- Handbill for a Liberal demonstration, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Dome, Brighton, featuring addresses by Campbell Bannerman, Justin McCarthy and T.P.O'Connor (16 March 1891)
- Circular printed letter regarding a testimonial for William Woodward, hosted by the Brighton Liberal Club (4 March 1891)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Eviction Scenes and Trials in Ireland' by Miss Conybeare, hosted by the Brighton Women's Liberal Association at the Town Hall, Brighton (9 April 1891)
- Handbill for the lectures 'Nature and Human Nature: Their Essential Harmony' and 'Daily Occupations, Congenial and Uncongenial' by The Rev. G St Clair at the Free Christian Church, New Road, Brighton (12 April 1891)
- Handbill for a series of address on Women's Suffrage, hosted by the Brighton Women's Liberal Association at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (14 May 1891)
- Ticket for the Royal English Opera (21 May 1891)
- Press cutting regarding a garden party, hosted by Brighton Liberal Council at Highcroft (undated)
- Press cutting of illustration of man standing in storm in the countryside (undated)
- Ticket for visitor to the National Liberal Club made out for a J.M.Wheeler (25 July 1891)
- Handbill for a course of lectures, hosted by the Manchester Branch of the National Secular Society, featuring lectures by Holyoake, Charles Watts, J.M.Robertson and others (June - August 1891)
- Press cutting of illustration entitled 'Trades Unionists in Congress', Newcastle-on-Tyne (September 1891)
- Telegram to Holyoake regarding the possibility of him accompanying Passmore Edwards to Rome (28 October 1891)
- Handbill for a public meeting concerning the political enfranchisement of women and the land and the people, hosted by the Brighton Women's Liberal Association at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, featuring addresses by Walter McLaren and Albert Spicer (2 November 1891)
- Circular printed letter regarding visiting arrangements for Mrs P.A.Taylor (28 September 1891)
- Handbill for a public tea and entertainment, hosted by the Bedford Co-operative Society Limited (2 December 1891)
- Letter from R.T.Allsop (?) regarding a dinner arrangement (1p) (1891)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/41  1892

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by the Brighton Women's Liberal Association, to discuss the political duties of women at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (25 January 1892)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Theosophy' by Annie Besant at The Dome, Brighton (5 February 1892)
- Circular letter to Holyoake from S. Bamford the Co-operative Newspaper Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of its General Board (1p) (11 January 1892)
- Letter to Holyoake from George Standring regarding lecture arrangements (2pp) (15 January 1892)
- Handbill for a public meeting and free concert, hosted by the Bermondsey Industrial Co-operative Society Limited, featuring an address by Tom Mann at the New Bermondsey Settlement, Jamaica Road, London (22 March 1892)
- Handbill for a demonstration, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association, featuring addresses by Sir Lyon Playfair, R.B.Haldane, F.W.Maude and others at The Dome, Brighton (14 June 1892)
- Handbill for a public meeting concerning the establishment of Free News Rooms featuring addresses by Sir W.T.Marriott, Gerald Loder, F.W.Maude, Holyoake and others at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (28 June 1892)
- Press cutting regarding Brighton's MPs from The Brighton Herald (9 July 1892)
- Press cutting 'The Shelley Centenary' (undated)
- Invitation to a meeting to commemorate the birth of Charles Bradlaugh featuring addresses by Holyoake, Annie Besant and others at the South Place Institute, Finsbury, London (26 September 1892)
- Invitation for Holyoake to a 'Conversazione', hosted by the South Place Ethical Society at South Place Chapel, Finsbury (3 October 1892)
- Handbill for a public meeting featuring addresses by Holyoake and others at the Brighton Civic Centre (5 December 1892)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/42  1893

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting of recipe for Vermicelli Pudding and Rum Punch (undated)
- Press cutting of head and shoulders illustration of Walter Savage Landor (undated)
- Agenda for meeting of the General Committee of the National Liberal Club (4 January 1893)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Marriage and the Relation of the Sexes' by the Marquis of Queensberry at Prince's Hall, Piccadilly, London (18 January 1893)
- Press cutting of illustration of Sir W.Harcourt speaking (9 February 1893)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Did things go better before our times?' by Holyoake, hosted by the Leicester Co-operative Society at the Co-operative Hall, High Street, Leicester (6 March 1893)
- Handbill and programme for a conference on the social and industrial position of women at Westminster Town Hall, featuring addresses by Holyoake, E.A.Holyoake and others (15 and 16 March 1893)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by the Brighton Women's Liberal Association at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (22 March 1893)
- Handbill for a public meeting of Liberals in the West Ward, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Creamery, Western Road, Brighton, featuring an address by Holyoake (18 April 1893)
- Handbill for lecture 'The Objects of Secularism' by Holyoake at the Eagle Assembly Rooms, Gloucester Road, Brighton (9 April 1893)
- Printed circular letter from the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association requesting Holyoake's attendance at their annual meeting (22 April 1893)
- Handbill for a course of lectures, hosted by the Progressive Association at Penton Hall, Pentonville Road, London, featuring the lecture 'The Morality of Two Sundays' by Holyoake and others by E.O.Greening and others (June - July 1893)
- Handbill for a public meeting on general political questions and the economic position of women, hosted by the Brighton Women's Liberal Association at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (30 October 1893)
- Press cutting regarding a meeting of the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society (undated)
- Handbill for a co-operative productive exhibition, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society Limited at the Lecture Hall, North Road, Brighton (29 November 1893)
- Invitation to a dinner and musical evening, hosted by the Press Circle of the National Liberal Club, featuring an address by Holyoake (12 December 1893)
- Printed circular letter regarding the fourth annual meeting of the Brighton Liberal Club (15 December 1893)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/43  1894

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting concerning Rudyard Kipling (undated)
- Handbill for lecture 'The Interest of Women in Co-operation and Trade Unionism' by E.A.Holyoake, hosted by the Leicester Co-operative Society, at the Co-operative Hall, Leicester (6 February 1894)
- Invitation for Holyoake to the Booksellers Trade Dinner, hosted by the Booksellers Provident Institution, at the Holborn Restaurant (14 April 1894)
- Handbill for a public meeting of Liberals in the Pier Ward, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association, at the Sons of Phoenix Lodge Room, Brighton (19 April 1894)
- Marriage card for Emilie Ashurst Holyoake and Alfred Marsh (21 June 1894)
- Handbill for a second anniversary tea, hosted by the Parkstone and Heatherlands Co-operative Society Limited, at St John's Schoolroom, Heatherlands, and featuring an address by Holyoake (26 September 1894)
- Handbill for a course of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the Progressive Association at Penton Hall, Pentonville Road, London, featuring the lecture 'Misconceptions concerning Secular Education' by Holyoake and others by Stewart Headlam and C.A.V.Conybeare (October - November 1894)
- Handbill for an annual exhibition of co-operative made goods, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society at the Lecture Hall, North Road, Brighton (7 November 1894)
- Press cutting of head and shoulders illustration of Charles Bradlaugh (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/44  1895

Contents:
Includes:
- Circular letter and invite to a testimonial for John George Bishop at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (28 December 1894)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the Progressive Association at Penton Hall, Pentonville Road, featuring lectures by Emilie Holyoake-Marsh and others (January 1895)
- Handbill for a public meeting of Liberals in the Pier Ward, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Primitive Methodist School, High Street, Brighton, featuring an address by Holyoake (12 February 1895)
- Handbill for a public meeting of Liberals in the Pavillion Ward, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Town Hall, Brighton, featuring an addresses by Holyoake and others (18 February 1895)
- Circular letter to Holyoake from the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of its Executive Committee (18 March 1895)
- Handbill for a public meeting of Liberals in the Preston and Preston Park Wards, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Board School, Preston Road, Brighton, featuring an addresses by Holyoake and others (28 March 1895)
- Letter to Holyoake from W.H.Bridge(?) regarding a meeting (1p) (18 May 1895)
- Handbill for a public meeting for the General Election 1895, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association in the High Street, Brighton, featuring an address by Sir Joseph Ewart and others (9 July 1895)
- Handbill for a public meeting for the General Election 1895, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at St Saviour's Hall, Ditchling Rise, Brighton, featuring an address by Sir Joseph Ewart, Holyoake and others (8 July 1895)
- Handbill for a series of lectures by S.P.Putnam, hosted by the National Secular Society at the Museum Concert Hall, Birmingham (21 July 1895)
- Handbill for an exhibition of objects of interest connected with Thomas Paine, hosted by the South Place Ethical Society at the South Place Institute, Finsbury, featuring a lectures on Paine and his times by Holyoake and others (2 - 3 December 1895)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/45  1896

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting regarding the death of Mrs William Morris (undated)
- Letter to Holyoake from W.H.Bridge(?) regarding a ticket for the 'Empire', Brighton (1p) (30 January 1896)
- Handbill for lectures 'The Duty of Going Forward' and 'The Origin and Nature of Secularism' by Holyoake, hosted by the Nottingham Freethought Society at the Central Hall, Nottingham (8 March 1896)
- Circular printed letter to Holyoake from the English Land Colonisation Society requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting of their General Committee (14 March 1896)
- Letter to Holyoake from son, Maltus, regarding arrangements for the latter's wedding (1p) (21 May 1896)
- Press cutting 'Return of a Magistrate' (undated)
- Press cutting 'Co-operators at Sydenham' (undated)
- Press cutting 'The Co-operative Festival: Over 40,00 attended Saturday's Show' (24 August 1896)
- Handbill for a public tea and meeting, hosted by the Co-operative Wholesale Society and the Southern Section of the Central Co-operative Board at North Road Lecture Hall (September 1896)
- Press cutting regarding a meeting of the Birmingham Liberal Association to discuss the Armenian persecutions from the Birmingham Weekly Post (12 September 1896)
- Handbill for the Brighton and Preston School Board Election showing polling station and candidates (1 October 1896)
- Invitation for a dinner for London Branch employees of the Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited at Leman Street, London (18 November 1896)
- Ticket for a concert, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society Limited at Oddfellow's Hall, Queen's Road, Brighton (15 December 1896)
- Note to Holyoake from George C.Lorimer regarding a lunch engagement (1p) (3 August 1896)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/46  1897

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting of advertisement for the pamphlet 'The Path I Took, and Where it Led Me: An Autobiography and Argument' by a Monmouthshire farmer, revised by Holyoake (undated)
- Press cutting concerning the book 'The Trial of Theism' by Holyoake from The Truth Seeker, New York (undated)
- Press cutting 'The Trafalgar Square Meeting' (undated)
- Press cutting 'This Morning's News' (31 March 1897)
- Telegram to Holyoake from Prakstad (?) regarding a dinner arrangement with John Morley (31 March 1897)
- Circular printed letter from the National Liberal Club regarding a complimentary dinner for Holyoake at the Club (12 April 1897)
- Letter to Holyoake from F.R.Kamptz regarding a dinner arrangement (1p) (17 April 1897)
- Letter to Holyoake from Flora Klickmann of The Windsor Magazine requesting a photograph of Holyoake (1p) (17 May 1897)
- Press cutting regarding a meeting of the Brighton Pier Ward Ratepayers (undated)
- Press cutting 'International Arbitration Association' (undated)
- Telegram to Holyoake from Blandford regarding meeting details (7 July 1897)
- Invitation to Holyoake from Mr and Mrs Thomas Whitworth Higginson (23 June 1897)
- Invitation to a garden party at the home of Mr and Mrs C.C.Page (3 July 1897)
- Menu card from the sale day and exhibition, hosted by the London Branch of the Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited at Brighton (21 July 1897)
- Letter to Holyoake from Thomas Fisher Unwin regarding a dinner arrangement (1p) (22 October 1897)
- Circular letter from Thomas Marney regarding a Co-operative trip to Brighton (1p) (undated)
- Handbill for two 'Bradlaugh Celebration' public meetings featuring addresses by Holyoake, George Howell, Stewart Headlam, C.R.Drysdale and others, at the Bradlaugh Club and Institute, Newington Green Road, London (28 September and 1 October 1897)
- Letter to Holyoake from Thomas Fisher Unwin regarding their recent meeting (1p) (27 October 1897)
- Handbill for a meeting of the Committee of the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society Limited at the Clarence Room, North Street, Portslade (10 November 1897)
- Handbill for an annual social evening, hosted by the Labour Association at the Passmore Edwards Settlement, London, featuring addresses by the Earl of Stamford, T.A.Brassey, E.O.Greening and others (12 November 1897)
- Printed circular letter to Holyoake from Richard Gowing of the Cobden Club requesting Holyoake's attendance at the Club's annual meeting (10 November 1897)
- Handbill for a public tea and entertainment, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society Limited at the North Road Lecture Hall, Brighton (15 December 1897)
- Press cutting 'James Bryce on Progress' from the Daily Chronicle (18 December 1897)
- Invitation for Holyoake to a Gladstonian dinner, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association and the Brighton Liberal Club (29 December 1897)
- Note to Holyoake from Hans Knoechl regarding a meeting (1p) (9 October 1897)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/47  1898

Contents:
Includes:
- Feast list and programme for the 4th annual dinner of the Brighton Branch of the Postmen's Federation at St James Restaurant, Brighton (13 January 1898)
- Press cutting regarding a meeting of the Council of the Institute of Journalists at Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, London (undated)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society Limited at Ventnor Villas Lecture Hall, Hove, featuring addresses by Holyoake, Mrs Holyoake Marsh and Alfred Hood (24 February 1898)
- Press cutting regarding the health of Mr Gladstone (undated)
- Handbill for a Brighton Pier and Pavilion Ward meeting, hosted by the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom, High Street, Brighton (18 April 1898)
- Invitation to an event hosted by the West London Mission at St Martin's Town Hall, London (5 May 1898)
- Handbill for a public Liberal meeting at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, featuring addresses by Charles Morley, Sir Joseph Ewart and others (25 May 1898)
- Programme for a Coming-of-Age Celebration, hosted by Leicester Co-operative Hosiery Manufacturing Society Limited (15 - 16 June 1898)
- Card for an annual public meeting of the International Arbitration and Peace Association at St Martin's Town Hall, London, featuring addresses by J.Compton Rickett and others (14 June 1898)
- Circular letter from the Labour Association advertising the lecture 'Essentials of Co-operative Education' by Holyoake at Southampton Row, London (June 1898)
- Card for The Rutland Boarding Establishment, Blackpool (undated)
- Telegram informing Holyoake of the death of Mr Collet (28 December 1898)
- Menu card from the Gladstone Memorial Dinner, hosted by the Brighton Liberal Club (29 December 1898)
- Business card for J.Clough, Colonial Postmaster-General, Sierra Leone (undated)
- Invitation to the 'Ethical' marriage of Stanton Coit and Adela Wetzlar, performed by Frederic Harrison at Kensington Town Hall, London (21 December 1898)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/48  1899

Contents:
Includes:
- Envelope addressed to Holyoake from the American Secular Union and Free-Thought Federation (7 October 1899)
- Invitation for Holyoake to a social evening, hosted by the South Place Ethical Society at the Chapel, South Place (21 March 1899)
- Handbill for a public meeting featuring address by H.H.Asquith at the Drill Hall, Guildford (undated)
- Press cutting 'Dinner to Sir E.R.Russell' (undated)
- Handbill for a public meeting and entertainment, hosted by the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society Limited at George Street, Portslade, featuring an address by Holyoake (11 July 1899)
- Invitation to a garden party hosted by the London Branch of the Institute of Journalists at the home of Sir Hugh Gilzean-Reid (22 July 1899)
- Press cutting concerning the death of Lady Manfield (undated)
- Note to Holyoake from J.R.Brown regarding a forthcoming meeting at the National Liberal Club (1p) (22 September 1899)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Co-operation, Education and The Guild' by Mrs Deans, hosted by the Brighton Branch of the Women's Co-operative Guild at Upper Gardner St. Schools, Brighton (12 October 1899)
- Invitation and programme for the re-opening of the Town Hall at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (20 October 1899)
- Invitation to a soiree to bid farewell to Alfred Hood, hosted by the Free Christian Church at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (5 October 1899)
- Letter to Holyoake from his son, Maltus, regarding the age of the latter's children and the health of Mr Marsh (2p) (2 December 1899)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/49  1900

Contents:
Includes:
- Handbill for a meeting on co-operation and independence, hosted by the Charity Organisation Society at Church Street, Brighton, featuring an address by Holyoake (12 February 1900)
- Programme for a dinner held at the Liberal Club (12 March 1900)
- Press cutting, 'Death of Mr Wallace' (undated)
- Front cover of the work 'The Warpath of Opinion: Strange Things Seen Therein' by Holyoake (undated)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/50  1901

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'The Labour Association: Conference and Meeting' (undated)
- Handbill for a Liberal meeting at Oddfellow's Hall, Queen's Road, Brighton (25 April 1901)
- Typescript notice for a meeting of the Labour Association on Labour Co-partnership featuring addresses by Holyoake and F.Maddison (24 May 1901)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/51  1902

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting concerning the marriage of Dr Isaac Roberts (undated)
- Press cutting regarding the death of John Maude (3 January 1902)
- Press cutting regarding the marriage of Miss Sophia Holyoake, daughter of Maltus Holyoake (28 January 1902)
- Printed notification of a reception, hosted by the Cobden Club at the National Liberal Club (21 March 1902)
- Invitation to and programme of the opening of the new public library, museum and art galleries in Brighton, hosted by the Mayor and Mayoress at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton (5 November 1902)
- Handbill for a great Liberal demonstration at the Dome, Brighton featuring addresses by Earl Carrington, J.Compton-Rickett, F.Freeman-Thomas and others (4 December 1902)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/52  1903

Contents:
Includes:
- Receipt for a fur coat from the Navy Co-operative Society Limited (24 February 1903)
- Programme for an RPA second annual dinner at the Holborn Restaurant, London (23 February 1903)
- Handbill for the sale by auction of the household furniture and effects of Thomas Arnold at Shaw Heath, Stockport (12 March 1903)
- Handbill for a great Liberal meeting at the Great Hall, York Place School, Brighton featuring addresses by Ernest Amberst Villiers, Holyoake and Sir Joseph Ewart (26 March 1903)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Co-operation' by Holyoake', hosted by the Norwich Co-operative Society Limited at the Assembly Room, Agricultural Hall, Norwich (26 March 1903)
- Press cutting, 'A Tribute to Peace: Hodgson Pratt Memorial' (undated)
- Press cutting of upper body illustration of Ben Tillett (undated)
- Programme for a meeting of members and friends of the Rationalist Press Association at the South Place Institute, Finsbury (24 June 1903)
- Letter to Holyoake from son, Maltus, thanking Holyoake for a letter and mentioning an appearance in Co-operative News (1p) (9 June 1903)
- Handbill for a Co-operative Festival at Crystal Palace (11 July 1903)
- Programme for a children's tea, sports and fete, hosted by Rushden Industrial Co-operative Society Limited (7 August 1903)
- Handbill for the work, 'Isola; or, The Disinherited. A Revolt for Women and all the disinherited' (undated)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by the National Democratic League near the Palace Pier, Brighton, featuring an address on labour and politics by Holyoake (20 September 1903)
- Press cutting of letter by Maltus Holyoake to the Daily News regarding Richard Cobden and the Cobden Club (16 September 1903)
- Handbill for a lecture 'George Jacob Holyoake' at Macclesfield Town Hall, Chatham Street (18 October 1903)
- Invitation to visit the studio of Felix Moscheles (12 and 18 December 1903)
- Letter to Holyoake from A. Whitehead regarding the sending of a Bank of England note and postal order (1p) (20 November 1903)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/53  1904

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting regarding the death of songwriter G.W.Hunt from Reynold's News (13 March 1904)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by Brighton Liberal and Radical Association at the Bible Christian Schoolroom, Bristol Road, Brighton featuring addresses by C.S.Roundell, Ernest Villiers, E.A.Ridsdale and others (25 February 1904)
- Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by Brighton Liberal Association at the Great Hall, York Place School, Brighton featuring addresses by Ernest Villiers, E.A.Ridsdale and others (24 March 1904)
- Note to Holyoake from The Weekly Times and Echo regarding payment (31 March 1904)
- Resolution request slip for the Standing Orders Committee made out for Holyoake (undated)
- Printed list of the results of voting for the committee of the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited (13 May 1904)
- Press cutting regarding the will of John Pennington Thomasson (undated)
- Handbill for a Co-operative Festival at Crystal Palace (27 August 1904)

Engagement Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/54  1905

Contents:
Includes:
- Press cutting, 'Italy and the Italians' (undated)
- Letter to Holyoake from James Beal of the Atlas Newspapers requesting Holyoake's attendance at a meeting to discuss strategy for raining the issue of suffrage reform at the General Election (1p) (7 March 1857)
- Handbill for a lecture by Holyoake, hosted by the North London Secular Society, entitled 'Christian Morality: Indefinite, Inadequate and Inoperative' (22 March 1857)
- Circular letter from the Literary Institution regarding attendance at their half-yearly meeting (1p)(27 March 1857)
- Press cutting, 'Delivery of the Queen: Birth of a Princess' (14 April 1857)
- Handbill for a Sunday evening lecture, 'Prospects of Reform: Political and Social' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (7 June 1857)
- Handbill for a lecture by Holyoake, hosted by the East London Secular Society at Philpot Street, entitled 'Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Orthodoxy' (26 July 1857)
- Handbill for a Sunday evening lecture, 'Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Orthodoxy' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (2 August 1857)
- Handbill for a public discussion, hosted by the East London Secular Society at Philpot Street, entitled 'Secularism Impracticable When Separated from Atheism' featuring responses by Holyoake and 'Iconoclast' (Charles Bradlaugh) (26 July 1857)
- Handbill for a Sunday evening lecture, 'The Mischiefs of Missionaryism in India' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (1 November 1857)
- Handbill for two lectures 'The Mischiefs of Missionaryism in India' and 'The Principles of Secularism Distinguished from Atheism and Orthodoxy' by Holyoake at Oddfellow's Hall, Bradford (November 1857)
- Handbill for a Sunday evening lecture, 'The Machinery of Public Opinion' by Holyoake, at the Literary Institution (29 November 1857)

Appointments Diary  HOLYOAKE/2/55  1847-1853

Contents:
Volume containing short handwritten notes by Holyoake on daily appointments and events, and including the following inserted material:
- Press cutting of advertisement for The Reasoner, edited by Holyoake (undated)
- Handbill for a series of morning lectures by Holyoake at the Literary Institution including 'Reason Coolly and Quietly Superseded', 'Lewes's Life of Maximilian Isidore Robespierre', 'An Attempt to Determine the Character of Robespierre from the Materials Furnished by Cabet, Lamartine and Lewes' and 'Reformation in "Infidelity"' (March - April 1849)
- Press cutting regarding the death of Mr Belcher from the Birmingham Journal (5 May 1849)
- Handbill for two lecture by Holyoake at the Working Man's Hall, Longton (25 - 26 June 1849)
- Handwritten draft by Holyoake concerning the cholera epidemic (51 August 1849)
- Handbill for a public meeting on Watford Field to promote the Political, Moral and Religious Improvement of the People featuring addresses by Holyoake, Robert Buchanan, Richard Hart, Thomas Shorter and Walter Cooper (2 September 1849)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Hall of Science, City Road, featuring the lecture 'How to Die; Illustrated by the Death-bed of the late Henry Hetherington' and others by Thomas Cooper and Thomas Shorter (October 1849)
- Handbill for a syllabus of Sunday evening orations at the Literary Institution, Fitzroy Square, including the lectures 'The Terrors of Christianity, and their Influence on Human Morals' and '"The Soul, her Sorrows, and her Aspirations" by Francis William Newman - Examined' by Holyoake and others by Thomas Cooper (September 1850)
- Handbill for a lecture 'Life and Character of Christ' by Holyoake at the Temperance Hall, Hackney Road (6 October 1850)
- Two press cuttings regarding a visit of Wilhelm Hahn and a portrait of Kossuth (undated)
- Handbill for two lectures 'Why do the Clergy avoid Discussion and Free Inquirers court it?' and 'The Moral Aspects of Atheism' by Holyoake at the Public Hall, Baillie Street, Rochdale (23 - 24 October 1850)
- Press cutting of illustration of Mazzini (undated)
- Printed circular, published by the Young Men's Association, regarding a lecture by Holyoake (5 April 1851)
- Sketch of small boy with whicker chair and handwritten explanation by Holyoake (15 August 1851)
- Handbill for an address by Louis Kossuth at Copenhagen House, London (3 November 1851)
- Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake at the Tower Hamlets Literary Institution (undated)
- Press cutting, 'Infidelity Challenged - Six Lectures' (undated)
- Press cutting, 'St Andrew's and Quebec' (undated)
- Printed circular notice of the annual meeting of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (9 February 1852)
- Printed circular notice of a meeting of the Executive Council of the Amalgamated Society of Engineers, Machinists, Millwrights, Smiths and Pattern Makers (3 March 1852)
- Handbill for a free discussion festival, hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, City Road (29 March 1852)
- Handbill for two lectures in reply to Rev. Woodville Woodman at the London Mechanics Institution, Southampton Row, featuring 'In Explanation of the Views held by Non-believers on the subjects upon which the Rev. Mr Woodman has lately Lectured at this Institution' by Holyoake and another by Charles Frederick Nicholls (30 March 1903)
- Programme for a series of lectures by Holyoake (1852)
- Printed copy of letter to Holyoake from Signor Mazzini regarding socialism in Europe and the idea of a 'shilling subscription' by working men (2pp) (12 June 1852)
- Handbill for three lectures by Holyoake on secularism at the Oddfellow's Hall, Thornton Road, Bradford (23 - 26 August 1852)
- Printed advertisement for two lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Rochdale Society of Secularists at the Public Hall, Baillie Street, Rochdale (14 and 15 October 1852)
- Handwritten note by Holyoake entitled 'A Query to Mr Ashurst' (undated)
- Handbill for a public discussion featuring Holyoake and Rev. Brewin Grant at the Cowper Street School Room, City Road, London (January - February 1853)
- Two small printed advertisements for The Reasoner (undated)

Printed Material  HOLYOAKE/3  1831-1978

Contents:
Printed material relating to all aspects of Holyoake's career, including handbills for lectures and addresses by Holyoake and meetings of co-operative societies, secularist organisations and other political movements, press cuttings of letters by Holyoake to the national and local press, various articles by Holyoake and others, and reviews of addresses and works, circulars and miscellaneous ephemera produced by Holyoake and supported movements, and various handwritten documents regarding Holyoake's political and personal life.

Printed Material, 1830s - 1840s  HOLYOAKE/3/1  1831-1850

Contents:
1) Poem, 'Why should we Pray' from the 'Shepherd', printed for the Rochdale Secular Society (1p) (1834)
2) Printed handbill for the newspaper 'The True Sun' (2pp) (undated)
3) Handwritten bill of money borrowed from William Jackson Snr. by Holyoake for his father and mother for the sum of seventeen pounds and sixteen shillings, Birmingham (30 June 1840), with receipt of payment from Thomas Van for the sum of one hundred pounds (24 December 1822)
4) Handwritten note explaining the money borrowed for his father and mother to start a small commercial enterprise (see iii above) (1p) (undated)
5) Handbill for two lectures on the progress of civilisation by J.L.Levison, organised as a monument to the late Charles Pemberton (18 and 20 May 1840)
6) Receipt for Mr Groves for payment for evening tuition for his grandson, Holyoake, annotated by Holyoake (1831)
7) Handwritten notes entitled 'The following 10 articles are all that I consider necessary to believe in Order to Salvation' by Holyoake (2pp) (30 March 1835)
8) Handdrawn circular diagram illustrating the 'Chaos of the Mind' (undated)
9). Handbill for a syllabus of lectures concerning ancient theatres and theatricals by Mr Southwell at the Paragon Coffee House (undated)
10) Order with W.H.Smith completed partially in Holyoake's mother's hand (undated)
11) Press cutting regarding the annual meeting of Birmingham Mechanics Institution from the Birmingham Advertiser (12 January 1835)
12). Article, 'Mechanics Institution' from the Birmingham Journal (28 July 1832)
13) Press cutting of letter by Holyoake to the Editor of Mona's Herald regarding Mechanics Institutions (24 September 1838)
14) Handbill entitled 'The Friends of Liberty of Conscience: More Religious Persecution' featuring copy of the warrant for the arrest of Charles Southwell for Blasphemy
15) Printed resolution of the Birmingham Mechanics Institution regarding C.R.Pemberton, with ink sketch of sea captain and copy of sonnet by William Watts in Holyoake's hand (19 March and 10 June 1840)
16) Handbill entitled 'Reply of the Board of Management of the Hall of Science to the unjust and libellous attack on them by the Editor of the Worcester Herald' (1p) (21 January 1841)
17) Memorial card for the death of Holyoake's daughter, Madeline, aged two and a half (17 October 1842)
18) Small poster advertisement entitled 'The God Delusion destroyed by "The Oracle of Reason"' (undated)
19) Handbill of letter entitled 'Brindley's Character' by Thomas Willey (29 May 1840)
20) Small printed advertisement for journal 'The Movement' (undated)
21) Press cutting of review of the book 'Lectures on the Philosophy of Mesmerism' by John B.Dodd of the United States (undated)
22) Press cutting of article, 'The Movement, Anti-Persecution Gazette and Register of Progress' edited by Holyoake and M.Q.Ryall, from the National Reformer and Manx Review (undated)
23) Press cutting of small advertisement for the journal 'The Movement' from The Penny Saturday (undated)
24) Press cutting of review of the journal 'The Movement, Anti-Persecution Gazette and Register of Progress', edited by Holyoake and M.Q.Ryall (undated)
25) Press cutting of article 'The Chartist and their Censors' from The Northern Star (24 February 1844)
26) Press cutting 'Popular Outbreaks in Germany' (undated)
27) Press cutting of review of the journal 'The Movement', edited by Holyoake and M.Q.Ryall from the Communist Chronicle, No.14, Vol.1 (undated)
28) Press cutting of article, 'Address to Robert Owen Esq., on his departure to America, from the Conductors of the "Movement"' by Holyoake and M.Q.Ryall from the People's Rights and Working Man's Advocate (14 September 1844)
29) Press cutting of small advertisement for 'The Movement, Anti-Persecution Gazette and Register of Progress' (undated)
30) Press cutting of article, 'Abusive Blasphemers' from the Northampton Herald (undated)
31) Press cutting of review of 'The Movement, Anti-Persecution Gazette and Register of Progress' from The Northern Star (18 January 1845)
32) Handbill entitled, 'Address to the Working Men of Sheffield, on the New Born Love of the Middle Classes' by 'A Looker On' (19 February 1842)
33) Handbill entitled, 'A Letter from Richard Carlile to the Inhabitants of Bristol' (19 September 1842)
34) Handbill for the Cheltenham Free Press concerning the imprisonment of Holyoake and George Adams for blasphemy (16 August 1842)
35) Handbill entitled, 'Wholesale Persecution!! Arrest and Committal of George Jacob Holyoake, George Adams, Harriet Adams (his wife) and Child - for Blasphemy' (undated)
36) Copy of Government Act to define the Jurisdiction of Justices in General and Quarter Sessions of the Peace (30 June 1842)
37) Booklet entitled, 'A Calendar of the Prisoners in the County Gaol for Trial at the Summer Assizes for the Said County to be held at the Shire Hall, Gloucester' (6 August 1842)
38) Edition of the Cheltenham Free Press and Stroud Intelligencer covering Holyoake's blasphemy trial (20 August 1842)
39) Handbill for a meeting of the National Anti-Corn Law League at the English Opera House featuring an address by Richard Cobden (13 May 1843)
40) Handbill for the periodical 'The Investigator', edited by Charles Southwell (1 April 1843)
41) Press cutting of small advertisement for the work, 'A Brief Account of the Death of Mr Richard Carlile' by Alfred Carlile (undated)
42) Press cutting of small advertisement for the work, 'A New Portrait of the Late Mr Richard Carlile' (undated)
43) Handbill for a course of lectures, hosted by the Theological Association at Bayley's Coffee House, New Compton Street, London, including lectures by C.J.Smith, M.Ryall and J.Skelton (April - May 1843)
44) Handbill advertisement for the London co-operative newspaper 'The Weekly Free Press' (undated)
45) Handbill entitled, 'Unjust Charge Against Goodwyn Barmby the Communist' featuring letter from Barmby to the public (undated)
46) Handbill for dramatic performances of 'The Merchant of Venice, 'Hamlet' and 'The Spitalfields Weaver', hosted by the Rational Society in celebration of the liberty of Charles Southwell at the Rotunda, Blackfriars Road (7 March 1843)
47) Prospectus for the work 'Practical Grammar, or Composition Divested of Difficulties' by Holyoake (1844)
48) Handbill for booksellers and printers Thomas Paterson's, 38 West Register Street, Edinburgh, mentioning the sale of the periodicals 'The Oracle of Reason', 'The Investigator' and others (undated)
49) Edition of Hunt's London Journal (16pp) (6 July 1844)
50) Handbill entitled, 'An Appeal to the Humane and Benevolent' concerning the case of Thomas Paterson (1p) (2 copies) (undated)
51) Printed copy of poem, 'The Last of the Martyrs' by Emma Martin (1p) (undated)
52) Handbill advertising the publication of the first edition of 'The Plebeian, or Poor Man's Advocate' (1p) (undated)
53) Handbill entitled, 'Manifesto of Matilda Roalfe, Bookseller, 105 Nicolson Street to the People of Edinburgh' (2pp) (undated)
54) Prospectus for the second edition of 'Practical Grammar, or, Composition Divested of Difficulties' by Holyoake (2pp) (1844)
55) Handbill for a series of lectures 'Belief in a God' by Charles Southwell at the South London Hall of Science, Rotunda, Blackfriar's Road (1p) (undated)
56) Prospectus for an improvement class, hosted by the Theological Class an conducted by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
57) Handbill for a course of lectures to be delivered by Holyoake at the Hall of Science, Manchester (June - July 1844)
58) Copy of preface to the book 'Practical Grammar, or, Composition Divested of Difficulties' by Holyoake (2pp) (1846)
59) Handbill regarding the death of soldier Frederick John White through flogging after a court martial (1p) (1846)
60) Prospectus for 'The Atheon', curated by Holyoake (1p) (1845)
61) Handbill for a course of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the Utilitarian Society at the Hall of Science, City Road, featuring the lectures 'Public Institutions as Agents of Progress', 'Knowledge without Books' and 'Unseen Enemies' by Holyoake and others by 'Eugene', with advert for Holyoake's book 'Practical Grammar, or, Composition Divested of Difficulties' on reverse (2pp) (undated)
62) Small poster for a series of Sunday morning and evening eclectic lectures to be delivered by Holyoake at the Social Institution, 27 Great Hamilton Street (1p) (15 November 1845)
63) Small poster. Handbill for a series of lectures on science, literature and morality by Holyoake at the Hall of Science, Carden Street, Blockhouse, Worcester (1p) (undated)
64) Small poster for a series of Sunday morning and evening eclectic lectures by Holyoake at the Hall, Orr Street, Paisley (24 February 1846)
65) Small coloured poster advertisement for 'The Reasoner: Gazette of Secularism', edited by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
66) Handbill advertisement for 'The Reasoner' and the increase to 16 pages of the journal (1p) (undated)
67) Prospectus for a series of popular lectures on grammar, logic and rhetoric by Holyoake at the City Mechanics Institute, 3 Gould Square, Crutchedfriars (September 1847)
68) Edition of 'The Citizen: a monthly periodical devoted to the advocacy of political, religious and commercial freedom' (8pp) (1 June 1847)
69) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Utilitarian Society at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (undated)
70) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Utilitarian Society at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (November - December 1847)
71) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Utilitarian Society at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (December 1847 - January 1848)
72) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Utilitarian Society at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (undated)
73) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Utilitarian Society at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (undated)
74) Small poster for a lecture by H Ierson on the morals taught by Christ and the Apostles, in reply to lectures by Holyoake, at the Rooms, Dychurch Lane, Northampton (1p) (14 March 1847)
75) Small poster for a public meeting by the South London District Oddfellows Literary Institution at the Marquis of Granby, Union Street, Borough, featuring an address by Holyoake (1p) (24 September 1847)
76) Handbill for a series of Sunday morning lectures by Holyoake at the Literary Institution, John Street, Fitzroy Square (2pp) (December 1848 - January 1849)
77) Handbill for a series of Sunday morning lectures by Holyoake at the Literary Institution, John Street, Fitzroy Square (1p) (October - November 1849)
78) Prospectus for a course of lectures, hosted by the Gravesend and Milton Mechanics Institution at the National Free School, King Street, featuring a lecture 'On Popular Rhetoric' by Holyoake (January - March 1848)
79) Small poster for a select course of four lectures by Rev. Dr.West of Edinburgh with the intention of being 'an anecdote for the poison of infidelity so abundantly administered in these parts' at the Baptist Chapel, West Street, Rochdale (15 July 1848)
80) Printed page advertisement for a day school for boys at the National Hall School, 242 High Holborn (28 February 1848)
81) Printed small advertisement for a limited print of the work 'Public Speaking and Debate' by Holyoake, printed by T.Fisher Unwin (1849)
82) Ticket for evening lectures to Schoolmasters and Ushers at University College, London, made out for Holyoake (1849-1850)
83) Handwritten testimonial for Holyoake by Seth Raby on behalf of the Board of Management of the Worcester Branch of the Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists (1p) (1849)

Printed Material, 1850s  HOLYOAKE/3/2 (Part 1)  1850-1859

Contents:
1) Printed list of the subjects or provincial lectures, secular and theological by Holyoake (1p) (1850)
2) Page of article (sample?) entitled 'The Theist Silenced' by Holyoake, from The Reasoner (1p) (9 October 1850)
3) Sample page from unidentified periodical published by the Holyoake brothers (2pp) (31 July 1850)
4) Handbill for three lectures 'The Philosophic Type of Christianity, as developed by Professor Newman, contrasted with the Theology of the Day', 'Roman Catholicism compared with its legitimate opponent Rationalism' and 'Why do the Clergy, Catholic and Protestant, avoid discussion, and the friends of reason seek it?' by Holyoake at the Assembly Room, Low Pavement, Nottingham (1p) (18 - 20 February 1851)
5) Printed report on a meeting of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge, with list of committee members and subscriptions on reverse (2pp) (1851)
6) Handbill advertisement for the re-publication of the periodical 'Cooper's Journal: or, Unfettered Thinker and Plain Speaker for Truth, Freedom and Progress' and for the work 'Captain Cobler; or, The Lincolnshire Rebellion' by Thomas Cooper, with list of works by Cooper on reverse (2pp) (September - October 1850)
7) Printed text of address of the Executive Committee of the National Charter Association to the Trades of the United Kingdom (1p) (19 March 1851)
8) Handbill for a free discussion festival at the Hall of Science, City Road, featuring addresses by R.Cooper and Holyoake (2 copies) (1p) (29 December 1851)
9) Printed invitation to a private meeting to consider the formation of a new political club called 'The Political Exchange', with short memorandum on the potential aims and ideology of the club (3pp) (22 February 1851)
10) Handbill for a public meeting, hosted by Association for Promoting the Repeal of All the Taxes on Knowledge and particularly the Newspaper Stamp at St Martin's Hall, London, featuring addresses by John Bright, Richard Cobden, T.Milner Gibson and others (1p) (25 February 1852)
11) Handbill for a free discussion festival at the Hall of Science, City Road, featuring proposals by Holyoake and others (1p) (29 March 1852)
12) Printed copy of letter from Signor Mazzini to Holyoake regarding socialism in Europe and the idea of a 'shilling subscription' amongst working men (2pp) (12 June 1852)
13) Reprint of extracts from a letter from Mazzini to Holyoake concerning secularism, originally published in The Reasoner, from the Monthly Magazine (2pp) (1852)
14) Copy of article, 'To the Working Men' by 'Britannicus' from The Home (2pp) (28 June 1851)
15) Text of article, 'On Lecturing: Its Conditions and Character' by Holyoake (1851)
16) Printed article, 'Constitution and Objects of Secular Societies' from the Manchester Conference Report, The Reasoner, No.337 (4pp) (1852)
17) Small poster for a public recantation of 'Atheism and Materialism' by Peter Henrette at the Assembly Rooms, Johnstone (1p) (13 and 17 November 1852)
18) Small handbill for a public discussion between Holyoake and Rev. Brewin Grant concerning the topic 'What Advantages would accrue to Mankind generally, and the Working Classes in particular, by the removal of Christianity and the substitution of Secularism in its place?' at the Cowper Street School Room, City Road (1p) (January - February 1853)
19) Printed copy of letter from Signor Mazzini to the Editor of The Reasoner (Holyoake) regarding the European subscription (1p) (3 August 1852)
20) Title page of the book, 'The Child's First Reading Book' by Holyoake, published by James Watson (2pp) (1853)
21) Printed list of lectures to be given by Holyoake during the year, printed by the Head Office of The Reasoner (1p) (1853)
22) Six printed points, 'Truth to Teach' by Holyoake regarding the teaching of the Church (1p) (undated)
23) Printed advertisement for Holyoake and Co., Provincial News and Book Agents, listing book and journal prices (1p) (undated)
24) Small handbill advertisement for The Reasoner and Secular Gazette (1p) (undated)
25) Press cutting regarding Joshua Hopkins, with handwritten notes by Holyoake regarding Joshua Hopkins and his marriage (2pp) (undated)
26) Press cutting transcribing Holyoake's speech to introduce Charles Watts at unknown event (1p) (undated)
27) Handbill for a series of Sunday morning lectures, hosted by the London Secular Society, at the Hall of Science, City Road, including the lecture 'What should be the Influence of Secular Views on Individual Conduct' by Holyoake and others by William Maccall and Samuel Pooley (1p) (undated)
28) Printed letter with blank spaces regarding the delivery of lectures (1p) (undated)
29) Printed circular letter from Holyoake with extract concerning distress being suffered by Robert Le Blond and his family in America (1p (undated)
30) Prospectus, 'An Appeal for the Judgement of the People' for the People's Paper and its competition against the Star, recently purchased by George Julian Harney (2pp) (undated)
31) Press cutting of statement, 'A Few Questions for Mr Holyoake to Answer' (1p) (undated)
32) Printed circular letter from J.Barker regarding the impact of the Newspaper Stamp Duty (1p) (undated)
33) Press cutting of article, 'Education, and the want of it' from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (3pp) (22 September 1859)
34) Press cutting of column, 'From our London Correspondent' by Holyoake from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (2pp) (14 May 1859)
35) Press cutting of column, 'From our London Correspondent' by Holyoake from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (2pp) (3 May 1859)
36) Press cutting of column, 'From our London Correspondent' by Holyoake from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (2pp) (7 May 1859)
37) Press cutting of column, 'From our London Correspondent' by Holyoake from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (2pp) (2 May 1859)
38) Press cutting of letter, 'Our London Correspondent and Water Fountains' from 'Dewdrop' to the Editor of the Daily Chronicle (1p) (4 May 1859)
39) Press cutting of letter, 'Lord Stanley and the Working Classes' from Frederick Hine to the Editor of the Daily Post (1p) (26 March 1859)
40) Press cutting of article, 'Three Fine Speeches' from the Saturday Review (2pp) (26 March 1859)
41) Prospectus and advertisement for the journal 'The Fleet Street House: A Circular by the Promoters of Freethought' (2pp) (1858)
42) Printed notice for a Secular Bazaar, hosted by the British Secular Institute with the aim to clear off the remainder of the liabilities incurred in establishing the Fleet Street House (2pp) (1859)
43) Printed notice, 'To Mr Holyoake's Audience' by Brewin Grant (1p) (1858)
44) Printed letter by Holyoake regarding J.Baxter Langley and the London News (1p) (September 1858)
45) Full printed transcription of the public discussion between Rev.Brewin Grant and 'Iconoclast' at the Mechanics Hall, Sheffield (2pp) (15 June 1858)
46) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by P.W.Perfitt, hosted by the Society of Independent Religious Reformers at the South Place Chapel, Finsbury (1p) (September - October 1858)
47) Handbill for a secularist discussion and lecture by Brewin Grant at the Temperance Hall, Townhead Street (1p) (15 April 1858)
48) Handbill, 'Mr Brewin Grant's trick to get an audience' (1p) (1858)
49) Press cutting, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake's Lectures against the Maine Liquor Law' from the Cheater Record (3pp) (30 October 1858)
50) Press cutting, 'Discussion on the Maine Law' regarding a public meeting featuring Holyoake at the Town Hall, Nantwich (2pp) (15 November 1858)

Printed Material, 1850s  HOLYOAKE/3/2 (Part 2)  1855-1858

Contents:
51) Press cutting of letter to the Editor of the Cheater Record from 'Witlaf' regarding the Maine Law question (1p) (27 November 1858)
52) Press cutting, 'The Reasonableness of the Maine Law' from The Alliance Weekly News (2pp) (21 January 1858)
53) Press cutting, 'Mr Holyoake Answered' from the Sheffield and Rotherham ? (5pp) (17 April 1858)
54) Press cutting of letter 'Holyoake and his Thinking Man Froggy' to the Editor of the Bolton Advertiser from 'A Thinking Man' (3pp) (February 1858)
55) Press cutting extract of letter 'Mr Grubb's Lecture' to the Editor of the Cheshire Observer (1p) (30 October 1858)
56) Press cutting concerning a lecture and the Young Men's Christian Association from the Carlisle Examiner (1p) (16 January 1858)
57) Photocopy of press cutting of article, 'The Reasonableness of the Maine Law' from The Alliance Weekly News (2pp) (21 January 1858)
58) Press cutting, 'The Municipal Elections' from The Rochdale Pilot (3pp) (31 October 1857)
59) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Literary Institution, Fitzroy Square, featuring the lectures 'The Civil Freedom of Women - What is Implied by the Term' and 'The Civil Freedom of Women - Its Social and Educational Results' by Holyoake and another by Henry Tyrell (1p) (February 1857)
60) Handbill of address, 'To the Electors of the Tower Hamlets' by Holyoake (2 copies, one on pink paper) (1p) (23 March 1857)
61) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures at the Literary Institution, Fitzroy Square, featuring the lecture 'Progress of the People towards Self-help' by Holyoake and another by William MacCall (1p) (April 1857)
62) Address of the District Board to the Secularists and Friends of Freethought in the North of England (4pp) (1857)
63) Handbill for two lectures 'On the manner of Collecting and Arranging a National Gallery of Paintings' by Cardinal Wiseman at the Marylebone Literary and Scientific Institution, Portman Square (1p) (22 May and 3 June 1857)
64) Press cutting of advertisement for the Grand Handel Festival at Crystal Palace (1p) (undated)
65) Press cutting of illustrated article, 'The Bury Election: Celebration of the Return of Robert Needham Philips Esq' from the Illustrated London News (1p) (17 October 1857)
66) Press cutting of letter to the Editor of the Christian Cabinet regarding the National Sunday League (1p) (13 March 1857)
67) Printed copy of letter 'An Afternoon with Mr Urquhart' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Manchester Guardian (1p) (20 April 1857)
68) Printed notice from John Maughan regarding Holyoake, the financing of Fleet Street House and a meeting at Charles Bradlaugh's (1p) (18 November 1857)
69) Handbill for a meeting of Friends of Freethought to hear Holyoake talk on Secularism and Cornwall at Mr Dyer's, Castle Mill Street (1p) (18 September 1857)
70) Press cutting of report on the discussion on temperance between Holyoake and Jabez Inwards from The Weekly Record (1p) (12 July 1856)
71) Press cutting of report on the discussion on temperance between Holyoake and Jabez Inwards from The Weekly Record (2pp) (12 July 1856)
72) Handbill for a lecture by William Robertson at St John's Temperance Hall, Hewitt Street, in reply to a lecture by Holyoake (1p) (12 June 1856)
73) Printed circular letter from Holyoake regarding the establishment of a Propagandist Fund for the secularist cause and to aid fund The Reasoner (2 copies) (1p) (1856)
74) Printed circular letter from Holyoake regarding the possibility of the purchase of a portrait of and presentation to Thornton Hunt (1p) (1856)
75) Prospectus for work,, 'Part 1: Divine Illumination Communicated from the Spirit Spheres', printed by G.J.Holyoake and Co. (4pp) (March 1856)
76) Handbill, 'Alleged Omission in the Halifax Debate', published by The Reasoner (2pp) (undated)
77) Handbill for three lectures 'Christian Missions, their Failure in Principle and Practice', 'Christian Ideas of Responsibility - False, Disastrous and Obstructive' and 'Principles of Freethought, and their Application to Society' by Holyoake, hosted by the Bradford Secular Society at the Secular Institute, Craoft Street, Bradford (1p) (22 - 24 September 1856)
78) Press cutting of four articles 'The Propagandist Fund for 1856' by Holyoake (4pp) (October 1855)
79) Statement from Fleet Street by Holyoake (3pp) (1855)
80) Coroner's summons for Holyoake after the death of son, Maximillian Robespierre (1p) (9 August 1855)
81) Prospectus for the journal 'Public Shield' (undated)
82) Handbill for the book 'Notabilia of the Swell Mob of Literature and Art; or a Few Days Angling in the Sea of American Literature' by Thomas V. Patterson, New York (1p) (1856)
83) Press cutting of letter 'The Reasoner Attack on the National Movement' to the Editor of the Free Press from George Stobart (2pp) (13 October 1855)
84) Press cutting of article, 'The Urquhart Movement and the Free Press' from The Free Press (2pp) (13 October 1855)
85) Press cutting of article, 'Nice Rewards for Good Boys' from the Comic Times (3pp) (8 September 1855)
86) Printed statement, 'To the Republicans of the United States of America' (3pp) (November 1855)
87) Handbill for a course of Sunday morning lectures, hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, City Road, featuring lectures by Samuel Pooley and others (1p) (June 1855)
88) Handbill for a series of lectures on primitive Christianity by Alexander Campbell at various venues in London (1p) (July 1858)
89) Handbill for the Banbury Guardian and its exposure of Holyoake, with handwritten notes by Holyoake on reverse (2pp) (21 June 1855)
90) Printed article, 'A News Agent's Trial: Bottomley versus Chaplin and Horne', published by Holyoake and Co. (1p) (June 1855)
91) Handbill entitled 'Christianity v. Secularism' with reprint of paragraph from The Reasoner (1p) (undated)
92) Reprint of article, 'Ledru Rollin' by Holyoake from The Reasoner (2pp) (1855)
93) Handbill for the periodical 'The Christian Weekly News' and for a course of lectures by Samuel Hirst against Holyoake's 'Logic of Death' (1p) (February 1855)
94) Small poster for two lectures by Holyoake regarding secularism at the Assembly Rooms, Kirkcaldy (1p) (23 and 24 October 1854)

Printed Material, 1850s  HOLYOAKE/3/2 (Part 3)  1853-1854

Contents:
95) Handbill for lectures by Joseph Barker of America at the Stockport Lyceum (1p) (9 and 10 July 1854)
96) Handbill for a third lecture 'How Rational and Moral Reform can be effected by Secular Means' by Holyoake, hosted by the Liverpool Rational and Moral Reform Society at the Queen's Hall, Bold Street (1p) (16 July 1854)
97) Handbill for a second lecture 'New Views of Free Thought, or Secularism considered in relation to the Moral Wants of the Age' by Holyoake, hosted by the Liverpool Rational and Moral Reform Society at the Queen's Hall, Bold Street (1p) (13 July 1854)
98) Handbill for a course of Sunday morning lectures, hosted by the London Secular Society at the Hall of Science, City Road, featuring lectures by Holyoake, John Ellis, 'Iconoclast' and others (1p) (December 1854)
99) Reprint, 'Controversial Characteristics of the Scottish People' of extracts from lecture by Holyoake at the Merchant's Hall, Glasgow (4pp) (6 November 1854)
100) Printed copy of letter from J.Alfred Novello to W.E.Gladstone regarding the threatened prosecution of 'The Musical Times' (1p) (21 July 1854)
101) Printed circular regarding a lecture by Holyoake at Wilson Hall, Paisley (1p) (22 October 1854)
102) Handbill for a discussion between Holyoake and Rev.J.Parker concerning secularism and Christianity at the Large Room, Buck and Bell Inn (1p) (19 May 1854)
103) Extract from The Reasoner (4pp) (1 June 1853)
104) Printed address from the Democrats of England to the Democrats of the United States (1p) (April 1853)
105) Press cutting of article, 'The British and Slavery' from the New York Tribune (2pp) (20 September 1853)
106) Reprint of article, 'Secularism: Its Sphere and Services' by Holyoake from The Reasoner (2pp) (1853)
107) Handbill for a public discussion concerning Christianity and Secularism between Holyoake and Rev.J.H.Rutherford at the Lecture Room, Nelson Street, Newcastle, annotated by Holyoake (1, 3 and 5 August 1853)
108) Press cutting of article, 'An Evening with a Propagandist. Addressed to Anti-Slavery Leaders at Home and Abroad' from The Leader (2pp) (8 January 1853)
109) Programme of the proceedings at the presentation of the testimonial to Holyoake at the Freemasons' Tavern, Great Queen Street, London (1p) (26 May 1853)
110) Reprint of 'A Secular Prayer' by Holyoake, from The Reasoner, originally quoted at the Invertiel Church, Kirkcaldy (1p) (14 November 1854)
111) Printed circular letter by James B.Cooper regarding a National Secular Conference (2pp) (1 November 1854)

Printed Material, 1860s  HOLYOAKE/3/3 (Part 1)  1860-1868

Contents:
1) Press cutting regarding the opening of a free institute in Buckland Street and a lecture by Holyoake from The Western Morning News (1p) (24 January 1860)
2) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake' to the Editor of The Western Morning News from 'Investigator' (1p) (25 January 1860)
3) Press cutting of article, 'Opening of the Free Institute: Lectures by Mr Holyoake' from The Plymouth Journal (1p) (26 January 1860)
4) Press cutting of article 'Opening of the Free Institute, Plymouth' (1p) (undated)
5) Press cutting of article, 'The Mistakes of the London Strikes' (1p) (1860)
6) Printed circular regarding a final subscription for Fleet Street House (1p) (1860)
7) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures and discourses by Philip William Perfitt, hosted by the Society of Independent Religious Reformers at the South Place Chapel, Finsbury (September - October 1860)
8) Secular Tract - No.5: 'The Uselessness of Prayer' by Holyoake (2pp) (1860)
9) Secular Tract - No.3: 'The Impossibility of Proving the Existence of God' by Holyoake (2pp) (1860)
10) Invitation for a congratulatory meeting to Holyoake at Anderton's Hotel, Fleet Street, London (2 copies) (1p) (14 May 1861)
11) Handbill entitled, 'To the Subscribers of the Brindley Testimonial Fund' by 'A Voice from the Crowd', Huddersfield (1p) (18 October 1861)
12) Reprint of article, 'Dr Brindley and the Vote of Censure' by 'Ion' from the Huddersfield Examiner (1p) (3 August 1861)
13) Text of speech, 'Public Purposes of Fleet Street House: Reply of Mr Holyoake on the Presentation of the Final Subscription at Anderton's Hotel (4pp) (14 May 1861)
14) Photocopy of press cutting of article 'One Farthing Damages' and 'Secular Missionaries for India' from The Counsellor on Secular, Co-operative and Political Questions (1p) (September 1861)
15) Press cutting of address by Holyoake at Anderton's Hotel, London from The Boston Investigator (2pp) (undated)
16) Photocopy of press cutting of article, 'The Reception of the Princess Alexandra' from The Newcastle Daily Chronicle (1p) (undated)
17) Printed statement, 'Affirmation and Appeal Case Fund' by Holyoake (2pp) (January 1862)
18) Press cutting of article, 'Metropolitan Notes' from the Aberdeen Herald (1p) (16 May 1863)
19) Press cutting of letter, 'Official Advice to the Jurors of Middlesex' to the Editor of the Daily News from Holyoake (1p) (29 May 1863)
20) Press cutting of article, 'The Utilitarian Test' from The Social Economist (2pp) (1 August 1863)
21) Press cutting of extract from The Times regarding a speech by Holyoake (1p) (7 June 1862)
22) Press cutting of article, 'Delayed Reports' by Holyoake from The Co-operative News (4pp) (1863)
23) Press cutting of article, 'Murder by Public Companies: The Sheffield Flood' from The English Leader (2pp) (18 June 1864)
24) Press cutting of article, 'History of a Small Outrage Perpetrated on a Member of the English Press' from The North Briton (4pp) (24 August 1864)
25) Handbill for two lectures 'The Art of Disseminating Opinion' and 'Men who have abandoned their Principles; and Men whose Principles have abandoned them' by Holyoake at the Burgess Hall, Drake Street, Rochdale (1p) (21 and 22 November 1864)
26) Handbill for a course of lectures on secularism by Holyoake at the Secular Hall, Southgate, Bradford (1p) (February 1864)
27) Union Republican Ticket for Presidential Electors (Ward 6) (1p) (1864)
28) Printed statement, 'Some of the Objects for which funds were required (1p) (undated)
29) Programme for morning discourses, afternoon discussions and evening lectures at the Metropolitan Institution, Fitzroy Square, featuring lectures and addresses by Holyoake (2 copies) (2pp) (undated)
30) Edition of The Brighton Election Reporter (4pp) (13 February 1864)
31) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Potter and the London Trades Council' (1p) (undated)
32) Small certificate entitled, 'Subscription in Aid of European Freedom; the Funds Raised will be deposited in the hands of G.Mazzini and Kossuth, with handwritten notes by Holyoake on reverse (2pp) (1866)
33) Press cutting of article regarding the selection and nomination of parliamentary candidates for the boroughs in Northumberland and Durham from The Newcastle Daily Journal (2pp) (12 July 1865)
34) Photocopy of press cutting of small extract, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at Stella House' from The Newcastle Daily Journal (1p) (18 July 1865)
35) Press cutting of extract regarding a lecture by Holyoake at the Glasgow Eclectic Institute from the Glasgow Sentinel and Scottish Banner (1p) (11 November 1865)
36) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake on the Sabbath Question' from The Morning Journal (1p) (23 November 1865)
37) Press cutting of letter to the Editor of The Workman's Advocate from J.D.Drighlington regarding co-operation in coal-pits (1p) (2 December 1865)
38) Press cutting of article, 'Holyoake on Carlyle' from the People's Journal (1p) (16 December 1865)
39) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake's Lecture on Parliamentary Reform', to the Editor of the York Herald from William Stead (1p) (March 1865)
40) Press cutting of extract, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at Stella House' from The Newcastle Daily Journal (1p) (18 July 1865)
41) Press cutting of article, 'Addresses in York on Co-operation and Parliamentary Reform' from the York Herald (2pp) (11 March 1865)
42) Handbill for two lectures 'Effects of Reading the Bible a Second Time' and 'The Laws of Freethought' by Holyoake at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (2 and 9 April 1865)
43) Handbill advertisement for Dod's Parliamentary Companion (1p) (undated)
44) Press cutting of extract, 'Mr Holyoake and Scotch Meta physics' (1p) (undated)
45) Press cutting of article, 'Lecture on the Franchise, by Mr Holyoake' from the Rochdale Observer (5pp) (1 April 1865)
46) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake on the Introduction of the Negro Race' from the Rochdale Spectator (1p) (1 April 1865)
47) Reprint of article, 'Permanent Establishment of the Fleet Street House' from The Reasoner Gazette (No.723) (1p) (undated)
48) Printed statement, 'The Recent Oath Case in the County Court, Rochdale' (1p) (undated)
49) Press cutting of article regarding an industrial exhibition at the rooms of the Society of Arts, Adelphi (3pp) (undated)
50) Printed statement from the Reasoner Review Office regarding a New Organ of Secular Principles (4pp) (1868)

Printed Material, 1860s  HOLYOAKE/3/3 (Part 2)  1861-1869

Contents:
51) Handbill for a account of the Reform League demonstration in Hyde Park, published by F.Farrah (1p) (undated)
52) Certificate for a pianoforte purchased by 'Adherents of Freethought and Friends of Equal Justice' for Mrs Maden after her trial (1p) (undated)
53) Prospectus for the Reasoner Review (3pp) (undated)
54) Handbill for two lectures, 'The English and Garibaldi' and 'New Forms of Freethought' by Holyoake at the Hall, 34 Hutcheson Street (1p) (22 September 1861)
55) Prospectus/handbill for the journal 'The Republic' (1p) (undated)
56) Printed text of petition, 'The Working Classes and the Middle Classes' by Holyoake, presented to the House of Commons by John Stuart Mill (1p) (1867)
57) Press cutting of article, 'The Duties of an English Citizen' from the Bolton Evening News (1p) (2 October 1867)
58) Press cutting of column, 'Town Talk' (3pp) (21 January 1867)
59) Press cutting of article, 'Mr J.A.Roebuck MP on Labour and Capital' from the Daily Telegraph (2pp) (28 January 1868)
60) Photocopy of press cutting of article, 'Mr J.A.Roebuck MP on Labour and Capital' from the Daily Telegraph (2pp) (28 January 1868)
61) Poster advertising a pamphlet containing text of the address, 'Working Class Representation: Its Conditions and Consequences' by Holyoake, delivered at Birmingham Town Hall, 18th October 1868 (1p) (1868)
62) Press cutting of article, 'National Education' (3pp) (15 December 1869)
63) Ticket for the inaugural soiree of Manchester and Salford Co-operative Builders Society Limited at the Industrial Hall, Hulme (1p) (8 November 1869)
64) Member's ticket for the London Co-operative Congress at the Society of Arts, Adelphi (1p) (31 May 1869)
65) Press cutting of article, 'Compulsory Education' regarding an address by Holyoake from the Norfolk News (2pp) (11 December 1869)
66) Press cutting of advertisement for Medhurst and Son's Correct Programme Grand Review in Windsor Great Park (1p) (26 June 1869)
67) Press cutting of article, 'The British Association' from the Daily News (2pp) (24 August 1868)
68) Press cutting of article, 'The Representation of Leeds: Great Ward Meeting' from the Leeds Weekly Express (1p) (19 September 1868)
69) Press cutting of article, 'Art and the People: Taste in Pictures' from the Social Economist (1p) (1 December 1868)
70) Small poster advertising the Amsterdam Industrial Exhibition and travel arrangements for attendance (1p) (August 1869)

Printed Material, 1870s  HOLYOAKE/3/4 (Part 1)  1870-1876

Contents:
1) Printed statement, entitled 'To Education Board Electors' by Holyoake (1p) (1870)
2) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and the Blue Book for the People from The Times (3pp) (14 April 1870)
3) Press cutting of letter regarding the programme of the Workmen's International Exhibition at the Agricultural Hall, Islington (1p) (7 July 1870)
4) Press cutting of article, 'Labour and Labour's Wages in Europe' from The Times (6pp) (11 September 1871)
5) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and the New Blue Book for the People from The Times (2pp) (26 September 1871)
6) Press cutting of letter, 'The "People's Blue Book"' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (1p) (2 October 1871)
7) Press cutting of letter, 'The New Blue Book for the People' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (2pp) (26 September 1871)
8) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and the New Blue Book for the People from The Times (3pp) (undated)
9) Handbill for the column, 'The Letters of "Dividend" on co-operation: A Bird's Eye View of Co-operation' to appear in The Reasoner (1p) (undated)
10) Printed letter, 'Protection of Inebriates' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Examiner (2pp) (16 June 1871)
11) Handbill advertising the monthly edition of The Reasoner, containing printed copies of correspondence between Holyoake and William Nuttall (4pp) (21 October 1870)
12) Handbill for the pamphlet, 'The Wealth and Labour' by Jeremiah Briggs, with printed copy of letter, 'Wages without Stoppages' from Briggs of the National Labour Alliance to the Editor of the Standard (1p) (3 October 1871)
13) Printed statement by the proprietors of the Social Economist regarding the Social Economist, the Co-operative News and the Central Co-operative Board (1p) (undated)
14) Reprint of correspondence between Holyoake and the Bishop of Peterborough from the City Press regarding the latter's discourse, 'The Demonstration of the Spirit' (1p) (25 May 1872)
15) Short printed biography of Holyoake from 'The Men of the Time' (2 copies) (1p) (1872)
16) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr John Bright MP on Republicanism' from John Bright (1p) (undated)
17 ) Press cutting advertising the contents of the Contemporary Review (1p) (March 1873)
18) Press cutting of column, 'Metropolitan Notes' by Holyoake from the Brighton Daily News (2pp) (15 May 1873)
19) Press cutting of letter from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times regarding the conditions in a schoolroom in an agricultural village in the diocese of the Bishop of Winchester (1p) (23 July 1873)
20) Press cutting of article, 'Opening of the Hall of Science' from the Grimsby Telegraph (1p) (26 September 1878)
21) Press cutting of article, 'The British Association' from the Bradford Observer (4pp) (17 September 1872)
22) Press cutting of column, 'British Politics: Notes from London' from the New York Tribune (4pp) (6 December 1873)
23) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's Reply to Canon Vaughn on the Education Question' from the Leicester Daily Post (2pp) (15 December 1873)
24) Press cutting of article, 'Evolution and Creation' from the Evening Standard (2pp) (26 December 1873)
25) Printed statement by Holyoake regarding Mr Wendall Phillips coming to address co-operators in England (1p) (1875)
26) Circular letter to the members of the Rochdale Equitable Pioneers Society regarding a resolution recommending the voluntary subscription to the Holyoake Testimonial Fund (1p) (undated)
27) Poster for George Potter as candidate in the London School Board election for Westminster, featuring head and shoulders illustration of Potter (1p) (7 November 1873)
28) Printed circular regarding the Holyoake Testimonial Fund, including letter by Evans Bell and list of members of the London Committee and subscriptions already received (4pp) (March 1875)
29) Press cutting of article, 'On Doubting Baptists' from the Freeman (2pp) (1874)
30) Press cutting of advertisements for lectures by Holyoake at the Aspathia Noble Temple and at the Mechanics Institution, Maryport (1p) (January 1874)
31) Handbill for the lecture, 'The Literary Genius of Bunyan' by Holyoake at the Co-operative Institute, Oxford Street (1p) (28 July 1874)
32) Handbill for a lecture, 'Political and Social Aspects of Co-operation' by Holyoake, hosted by the Educational Committee of the Plymouth Mutual Co-operative and Industrial Society, at the Mechanics Institute, Plymouth (1p) (30 May 1873)
33) Handbill for a lecture, 'A New Method of Extending Co-operation' by Holyoake, hosted by the Educational Committee of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society, at Wesley Place School, Bramley (1p) (16 January 1874)
34) Handbill for a co-operative meeting at the Mechanics Hall, Halifax featuring addresses by E.O.Greening, Lloyd Jones, Walter Morrison, William Nuttall, Hodgson Pratt, George Potter, E.V.Neale and others (1p) (7 April 1874)
35) Press cutting of report of proceedings at the Glasgow Education Department from the Glasgow Herald (2pp) (7 October 1874)
36) Press cutting of article, 'Reform Club Annual Meeting' (2pp) (undated)
37) Press cutting of article, 'Mechanics Institution, Maryport: Mr Holyoake Lectures' from Adair's Maryport Advertiser (2pp) (23 January 1874)
38) Press cutting of article, 'The Opening of Parliament: Outside the House' from the Daily News (1p) (6 March 1874)
39) Press cutting regarding Holyoake and his beliefs from the Sussex Daily News (1p) (9 March 1874)
40) Photocopy of press cutting of article, 'Evolution and Creation' from the Evening Standard (5pp) (26 December 1873)
41) Press cutting of text of lecture, 'Baron Stein and the Regeneration of Prussia' by J.R.Seeley from the Brighton Guardian (26 April 1876)
42) Programme from a public meeting at St James's Hall to promote the Sunday opening of national museums, galleries and libraries, with list of resolutions for the meeting with handwritten names of movers, seconders and supporters (1p) (2 March 1876)
43) Prospectus for the weekly journal, The Secularist, edited by Holyoake and G.W.Foote (1p) (1876)
44) Handbill for a lecture, 'Great Propagandists' by Holyoake at the Walworth Freethought Institute (1p) (1 August 1876)
45) Press cutting of article, 'The Moral of Mr Forster's Speech' by Holyoake from the Darlington and Stockton Times (3pp) (14 October 1876)
46) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and the management of the ballot from the Daily News (2pp) (17 September 1875)
47) Press cutting of article, 'British Literary Notes: The Subscription for Mr Holyoake' from the New York Tribune (1p) (11 December 1875)
48) Press cutting of column, 'British Gossip: Personal Notes from London' by Holyoake (1p) (1878)
49) Press cutting of letter, 'The Deputations to Mr Cross' from Mark H.Judge (1p) (19 June 1875)
50) Printed circular regarding the Holyoake Testimonial Fund, including letter by Evans Bell and list of members of the London Committee and subscriptions already received (2 copies) (4pp) (March 1875)

Printed Material, 1870s  HOLYOAKE/3/4 (Part 2)  1876-1879

Contents:
51) Poster advertisement for the journal The Secular Review, edited by Holyoake (1p) (1876)
52) Printed statement by the Holyoake Testimonial Fund, with balance sheet and lists of Committee members and of subscriptions received (4pp) (24 February 1877)
53) Press cutting of article, 'To the Subscribers to the Fund for Mr G.J.Holyoake, made during his recent illness' from the Secular Review (4pp) (4 February 1877)
54) Printed copy of letter, 'Frauds by Fiduciary Agents' from John S.Storr to Richard Assheton Cross (3 copies; 1 larger copy)) (4pp) (3 November 1877)
55) Poster advertisement for the Brighton Guardian noting a price change (1p) (14 August 1878)
56) Printed copy of letter, 'Mature Thoughts' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Inquirer' (1p) (1878)
57) Press cutting of article, 'Several Things to Several Persons and Matters of other Moment' from the Co-operative News (1p) (30 March 1878)
58) Printed letter from Holyoake to subscribers of the fund made during his illness, with list of subscriptions (4pp) (31 May 1877)
59) Press cutting of letter, 'Civil Marriages' from 'Zingrari' to the Editor of the Secular Review (1p) (10 August 1878)
60) Press cutting of letter, 'The Little Children of Lambeth and the Archbishop of Canterbury' by Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (2pp) (9 December 1878)
61) Press cutting of article, 'Unexpected Occurrences' (2pp) (6 February 1878)
62) Press cutting of article, 'The Jingoes in the Park' from the Daily News (1p) (13 March 1878)
63) Press cutting of letter, 'Melancholy Marriages' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (9 July 1878)
64) Press cutting of article, 'England under a Jewish Government' by Holyoake from the Secular Review (2pp) (16 November 1878)
65) Monthly Record of the Derby Co-operative Provident Society (No.21) (4pp) (March 1879)
66) Press cutting of column, 'London Correspondence: Questions of Public Moment' from the Co-operative News (3pp) (17 May 1879)
67) Press cutting concerning an address by Holyoake to the Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society in Woolwich from the Echo (1p) (8 May 1879)
68) Press cutting of article, 'The Cobden Club Banquet' from the Daily Chronicle (1p) (20 June 1879)
69) Press cutting of letter, 'The Parliamentary Inquiry and Mr Watts and Mr Holyoake' from 'A Productive Co-operator' (2pp) (21 July 1879)
70) Reprint of article, 'Complimentary Dinner to Mr G.J.Holyoake' from the Liverpool Daily Post (2 copies) (2pp) (16 August 1879)
71) Handbill advertising the availability of testimonial portraits of Holyoake (1p) (undated)
72) Printed advertisement for a lecture, 'The Moral Force of Co-operation' by Holyoake at the All Souls Anthon Memorial Church, West 48th Street (1p) (23 November 1879)
73) Extract of article from the British Secular Almanack (1p) (1879)
74) Advertisement card for a lecture, 'Co-operation' by Holyoake, hosted by the Cooper Union, USA (1p) (1 November 1879
75) Moving leaflet for Holyoake concerning his move to 34 Alfred Place West, South Kensington (1p) (undated)
76) Printed statement, 'The Late Government (From a Radical Point of View)' (1p) (undated)
77) Prospectus for the Freethought Party (from Charles Watts' Defence League) (3pp) (22 January 1877)
78) Press cutting of article, 'Educational Archaeology' from The Times (1p) (13 November 1877)
79) Press cutting of article, 'The Provincial Mind' from the Secular Review (2pp) (1 December 1877)
80) Printed list of subscriptions to and members of the Committee of the Holyoake Fund (2pp) (undated)
81) Press cutting of article, 'Among the Americans: Chapter XII: Co-operative Emigration - American and Canadian' (1p) (1879)

Printed Material, 1880s  HOLYOAKE/3/5 (Part 1)  1880-1882

Contents:
1) Printed statement by Holyoake to members of the Leicester Liberal Association regarding his selection as parliamentary candidate and describing his views (1p) (undated)
2) Printed reply from Horace Seymour on behalf of Mr Gladstone to Holyoake acknowledging the receipt of the memorial forwarded to him on behalf of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee (1p) (30 December 1880)
3) Prospectus for the Scottish Secular Union with lecture list on reverse featuring addresses by Holyoake and Charles Watts (2pp) (May - June 1880)
4) Election campaign poster for Herbert Gladstone (1p) (undated)
5) Handbill for lecture, 'Social and Political Influences of Co-operation' by Holyoake at St.George's Hall (USA) (1p) (29 October 1880)
6) Handbill for two lectures, 'Mistakes of sceptics concerning a future life' and 'A New Theory of Toleration' by Holyoake at the Baskerville Hall, Birmingham (1p) (31 October 1880)
7) Handbill for a programme of lectures hosted by the Brixton Co-operative Society at the Institute, Chapel Road, Lower Norwood, featuring the lecture, 'Household Advantages of Co-operation' by Holyoake (1p) (11 November 1880)
8) Press cutting of article, 'Character of Craftsmanship: A Lady's Advice on Emigration' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (1p) (14 August 1880)
9) Press cutting of letter, 'Novelists and their Grievances' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (7 January 1880)
10) Press cutting of letter, 'Irish Issues in Parliament' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (9 February 1880)
11) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Ruskin's Museum' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sheffield Independent (1p) (8 March 1880)
12) Press cutting of article concerning a piece by Holyoake on America from the Western Weekly Star (1p) (10 July 1880)
13) Press cutting of letter, 'The Loughton Lopping Rights' from G.Shaw Lefevre to the Editor of the Daily News (2pp) (18 November 1880)
14) Handbill advertisement for the book, 'Among the Americans' by Holyoake, published by T.H.Roberts (1p) (undated)
15) Printed statement by Ethel Leach to the electors of Great Yarmouth for the School Board Election (1p) (1881)
16) Article, 'Free Thinking Explained' by Holyoake, reprinted from the Freethinker (1p) (1880)
17) Handbill for a series of lectures by Holyoake, hosted by the Bradford United Secular Society at various locations in Bradford (1p) (March 1881)
18) Press cutting of article, 'Address to our Friends' from the Common Good (1p) (19 February 1881)
19) Press cutting of article, 'The Dark Oath in Parliament' by Holyoake from the Secular Review (2pp) (7 May 1881)
20) Press cutting of article, 'Emigration' from Emigrant Education: The Colonies and India (2pp) (7 May 1881)
21) Press cutting of article, 'Giving In, Not Standing True' from the Pall Mall Gazette (1p) (2 May 1881)
22) Press cutting of article, 'Great Opportunity' by Holyoake from the Secular Review (1p) (9 April 1881)
23) Press cutting of article, 'Self Help: What it has done for English Workmen' from the Boston Herald (2pp) (16 July 1881)
24) Press cutting of article, 'Class Representation' by Holyoake from the Labour Standard (2pp) (20 July 1881)
25) Press cutting of article, 'Irish Secessionists' by Holyoake from the Secular Review (2pp) (12 November 1881)
26) Press cutting of article, 'Oath or Affirmation' by Holyoake from the Daily News (2pp) (22 December 1881)
27) Press cutting of article concerning a letter by Holyoake regarding Charles Bradlaugh's position with regards to swearing the Parliamentary oath from the Daily News (1p) (23 December 1881)
28) Press cutting of article concerning a letter by Holyoake regarding Charles Bradlaugh's position with regards to swearing the Parliamentary oath from the Manchester Guardian (2pp) (24 December 1881)
29) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Marriott's Adventures' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (1881)
30) Press cutting of article, 'The Liberal Association and the Assassinations in Dublin' (2pp) (undated)
31) Press cutting of letter, 'Oath of Affirmation' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (10 January 1882)
32) Press cutting of letter, 'The Cloture of Clamour' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (20 March 1882)
33) Press cutting of article concerning a letter by Holyoake regarding Charles Bradlaugh's position with regards to swearing the Parliamentary oath from the Christian World (1p) (23 March 1882)
34) Press cutting of letter, 'Bunthrone's Pills' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (11 March 1882)
35) Press cutting of article concerning a letter by Holyoake the Parliamentary oath (1p) (22 April 1882)
36) Press cutting of correspondence between Holyoake and John Stuart Mill regarding the parliamentary oath from the Daily News (2pp) (25 April 1882)
37) Press cutting regarding Holyoake's attendance at a Liberal meeting from the Walsall Free Press (1p) (13 May 1882)
38) Press cutting of article, 'Monarchy and Mourning' by Holyoake from the Labour Standard (2pp) (20 May 1882)
39) Press cutting of letter, 'The Lambeth Palace Garden' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Standard (1p) (19 December 1882)
40) Press cutting of letter, 'The Lambeth Palace Grounds' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (20 December 1882)
41) Press cutting of letter, 'The Lambeth Palace Garden' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Standard (1p) (21 December 1882)
42) Press cutting of letter, 'The Lambeth Palace Grounds' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (28 December 1882)
43) Press cutting of article, 'Theory of Political Epithets' by 'HR' from the Inquirer (1p) (22 July 1882)
44) Press cutting of article, 'The "Nineteenth Century"' from the Tablet (1p) (July 1882)
45) Advertisement for the journal, 'The Present Day', edited by Holyoake (1p) (July 1883)
46) Printed extract from speech by Lord Reay at Co-operative Congress in the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford (1p) (29 May 1882)
47) Printed table showing average number of deaths, in one year, of men between 23 and 65 years of age in various occupations (2pp) (1882)
48) Printed invitation for a reception for Holyoake at the Parlours of the Co-operative Dress Association, New York, with list of members of the Committee of Arrangements on reverse (2pp) (20 November 1882)
49) Printed circular for a proposed dinner for Holyoake at the Brooklands Hotel, Manchester (1p) (19 July 1882)
50) Reprint of article, 'Dinner to Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from the Manchester City News (1p) (16 August 1882)

Printed Material, 1880s  HOLYOAKE/3/5 (Part 2)  1882-1886

Contents:
51) Small handbill/advertisement for the work, 'Secularism: A Religion which gives Heaven no Trouble' by Holyoake, published by Watts and Co. (4pp) (1882)
52) Printed circular letter from William E.A.Axon regarding an enclosed report on a complimentary dinner given for Holyoake during his visit to the United States and Canada (1p) (19 August 1882)
53) Handbill for the work, 'Essays and Sketches' by Charles F.Nicholls, featuring dedication to Holyoake (2pp) (March 1882)
54) Press cutting of letter, 'The Archbishop's Garden' from Holyoake to the Editor of the National Farmer (1p) (4 January 1883)
55) Press cutting of letter, 'The Pasture Acres at Lambeth Palace' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (6 January 1883)
56) Press cutting of letter, 'An Emigrant's Guidebook' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (1p) (25 January 1883)
57) Press cutting of letter, 'Emigration' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (1p) (4 April 1883)
58) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's Mission' from the Liverpool Daily Post (2pp) (28 April 1883)
59) Press cutting of letter, 'Hypocrisy in Marriage' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (30 April 1883)
60) Press cutting of correspondence, 'A Plea for Affirmation' between Holyoake and James E.Thorold Rogers from the Standard (1p) (3 May 1883)
61) Press cutting of article, 'Not Indigenous to America, but Flourishing Well in England' by Holyoake from the Chicago Evening Journal (1p) (24 August 1883)
62) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake's New Journal' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operator (1p) (November 1883)
63) Small press cutting regarding opinions of Holyoake (1p) (August 1883)
64) Press cutting of letter, 'Neglected Things' to the Editor of the Index (2pp) (5 April 1883)
65) Press cutting of article regarding a meeting of the Charity Organisation Society and the discussion of the emigration of destitute children to Canada from the Supplement to the Charity Organisation Reporter (2pp) (5 April 1883)
66) Handbill for a lecture, 'The Modern Qualifications of Candidates for Parliament in Leicester and Elsewhere' by Holyoake at the Secular Hall, Humberstone Gate (1p) (undated)
67) Prospectus for the Progressive Association, listing General Committee members, beliefs and balance sheet (3pp) (15 February 1883)
68) Invitation to a special meeting concerning emigration convened by the Charity Organisation Society at the Society of Arts, Adelphi, hand addressed to Holyoake on reverse (2pp) (19 March 1883)
69) Press cutting of article, 'The Representation of the Borough' from the Leicester Daily Post (2pp) (11 March 1884)
70) Printed statement by Holyoake to members of the Leicester Liberal Association regarding his selection as parliamentary candidate and describing his views (2 copies) (1p) (24 March 1884)
71) Printed copy of article, 'Employee Interest in Co-operation' by Holyoake for the use of delegates to the London Conference (1p) (20 August 1884)
72) Reprint of letter, 'Continuance of the Travelling Tax' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (2pp) (1 August 1884)
73) Colour certificate for Holyoake's membership of the People's League for the Abolition of the Hereditary Chamber, established at a meeting at St James' Hall (1p) (9 August 1884)
74) Press cutting of letter, 'Vindictiveness at the Poll' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (19 April 1884)
75) Press cutting regarding the adoption of Holyoake as a candidate for Leicester from the Rochdale Observer (1p) (8 March 1884)
76) Press cutting regarding the adoption of Holyoake as a candidate for Leicester from the Daily Mercury, Leicester (1p) (10 March 1884)
77) Press cutting of article, 'The Representation of Leicester: Mr Holyoake and the Oaths Question' (1p) (undated)
78) Press cutting regarding the adoption of Holyoake as a candidate for Leicester from the Daily News (1p) (11 March 1884)
79) Press cutting of article, 'The Modern Qualification of Candidates for Parliament' from the Leicester Daily Post (1p) (11 March 1884)
80) Press cutting of letter, 'Treacherous Voting' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (15 April 1884)
81) Press cutting of letter, 'Passenger Duty' from Holyoake to the Editor of the City Press (1p) (16 July 1884)
82) Press cutting of article, 'The Present Day' by 'Tonans' from the Centaur (1p) (9 August 1884)
83) Press cutting of letter, 'The Candidates at South Kensington' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily Chronicle (1p) (24 November 1885)
84) Polling card for Holyoake for the South Kensington Museum District at the General Election 1885 (2pp) (undated)
85) Cobden Club leaflet No.XXI, 'Robbing a Thousand Peters to Pay One Paul' by Holyoake (2pp) (1885)
86) Cobden Club leaflet No.XXV, 'Reprocity Explained' by Holyoake (2pp) (1885)
87) Handbill for a South Place Religious Society pamphlet containing text of discourse, 'Hostile and Generous Toleration (A New Theory of Toleration)' by Holyoake, delivered at South Place Chapel (1p) (28 February 1886)
88) Handbill for two lectures, 'Advantages of Secularism - in the State, in the Schoolroom, and at the Fireside' and 'The Night Side and the Secular Side of the Bible' by Holyoake, organised by Secular Schools at Pole Lane, Failsworth (1p) (May 1885)
89) Handbill for a series of lectures at the South Place Chapel and Institute, featuring the lecture 'A New Theory of Toleration' by Holyoake and others by Arthur W.Hutton and R.A.Proctor (2pp) (February 1886)
90) Printed extract from speech by Holyoake to the Annual Meeting of the Labour Association at Crystal Palace (1p) (20 August 1886)
91) Press cutting of article, 'The Great Exhibition of Inventions' from the Co-operative News (1p) (19 September 1885)
92) Press cutting regarding a letter by Holyoake to the Daily News from the Commonweal (1p) (March 1885)
93) Press cutting of letter, 'Landlordism in London' by Holyoake from the Echo (1p) (5 May 1885)
94) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake's pamphlet 'Patriotism by Charity' from the Echo (1p) (11 June 1885)
95) Press cutting of letter, 'A Solitary Bit of Evidence' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (7 September 1885)
96) Press cutting of article regarding a meeting of the Free Library Sunday Opening Society from the Bradford Observer (1p) (1885)
97) Press cutting of letter, 'Independent Members' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily Post (1p) (11 January 1886)
98) Press cutting of letter, 'The Suppression of the Canvasser' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (13 January 1886)
99) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake on the Irish Scheme' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Walsall Observer (1p) (17 April 1886)
100) Press cutting of letter, 'The Political Liberalism of Yarmouth' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Yarmouth Independent (1p) (15 May 1886)

Printed Material, 1880s  HOLYOAKE/3/5 (Part 3)  1886-1889

Contents:
101) Press cutting of article, 'Among the Stores Old and New' (1p) (15 May 1886)
102) Press cutting of article, 'The Home Rule Question: Further Expressions of Liberal Opinion' (1p) (1886)
103) Extract from speech by Holyoake at the Opening of the First National Festival of Labour (1p) (1886)
104) Press cutting of letter, 'Defence of the Chartist Programmists' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Dundee Courier (2pp) (undated)
105) Press cutting of letter, 'Making Canvassing Illegal' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (2pp) (1 January 1886)
106) Press cutting of article, 'Last Lectures of Mr Arnold Toynbee' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (5 May 1888)
107) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake in America' (2pp) (8 October ?)
108) Press cutting of letter, 'Exclusion of Electors from the House of Commons' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (25 January 1886)
109) Press cutting of letter, 'New Public Questions;' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (12 March 1889)
110) Review of the Holyoake's book, 'Travels in Search of a Settler's Guide-Book of America and Canada' by Robert Brown (2pp) (9 August 1884)
111) Press cutting of letter, 'Commons and Lords' from Holyoake (1p) (undated)
112) Press cutting of letter, 'Strange Behaviour of a Judge' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (1p) (20 November 1885)
113) Press cutting of letter, 'Independent Members' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (11 January ?)
114) Press cutting of letter, 'Miss Helen Taylor's Meeting' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily Chronicle (1p) (3 November 1885)
115) Press cutting of letter, 'The Suppression of the Canvasser' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (13 January 1886)
116) Press cutting of letter, 'The Candidates at South Kensington' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily Chronicle (1p) (23 November ?)
117) Facsimile of first edition of the Newcastle Chronicle from 24 March 1764 as a souvenir for the Royal Jubilee Exhibition (4pp) (1887)
118) Press cutting of column, 'Late Papers' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (5 November 1887)
119) Press cutting of article, 'Stewart Headlam at Brighton' from the Sussex Daily News (1p) (6 December 1887)
120) Press cutting of column, 'Late Papers' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (22 October 1887)
121) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake's address at the Carlisle Co-operative Congress from the Leeds Co-operative Record (2pp) (September 1887)
122) Press cutting of article, 'Social Progress' by Holyoake from the Queen's Jubilee Supplement of the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (3pp) (21 June 1887)
123) Press cutting of letter, 'Is Mr Caine a Tory?' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Pall Mall Gazette (1p) (24 February 1887)
124) Press cutting regarding an address by Holyoake from the Club and Institute Journal (1p) (25 June 1887)
125) Press cutting of letter, 'The Crown and the Working Class' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (4 July 1887)
126) Press cutting of article, 'An Industrial Evolution' quoting an article by Holyoake in the Fortnightly Review (1p) (20 August 1887)
127) Press cutting of letter, 'Antiquity of the Cow and Acre Question' from Holyoake (1p) (1887)
128) Press cutting of letter from E. O.Greening regarding Mr Jones' views of him and his colleagues from the Co-operative News (1p) (27 September 1887)
129) Press cutting of article, 'The Garden Party at Bisham Abbey' from the Co-operative News (1p) (3 September 1887)
130) Programme for a concert at the Cirque de la Touraine, organised by the Federation Nationale des Societes Cooperatives de Consommation (2pp) (18 September 1887)
131) Handbill for a series of lectures hosted by Preston Eclectic Lecture Society, including the lectures 'Parliamentary Speakers and Orators' by Holyoake and others by W.C.Sidgwick, C.S.Loch, Henry Arthur Jones, the Marquis of Ripon and others (2pp) (October - December 1887)
132) Press cutting of letter, 'Cessation of Social Effort Early in the Century' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (20 June 1888)
133) Press cutting of article, 'Profit Sharing in Grosvenor Square and Clerkenwell' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (21 July 1888)
134) Press cutting of article, 'Local Intelligence' from the Sussex Daily News (1p) (18 September 1888)
135) Press cutting of letter, 'A Practical Scheme of Profit-Sharing' from John P.Thomasson to Holyoake, with reply by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (22 September 1888)
136) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's Annuity' from the Co-operative News (1p) (24 November 1888)
137) Ticket for a concert and distribution of prizes at the National Co-operative Festival at Essex Hall, London (2pp) (2 November 1889)
138) Handbill for a public meeting on co-operation hosted by the Bromley Co-operative Society at the Town Hall, Bromley featuring an address by Holyoake (1p) (24 February 1887)
139) Printed text of speech by Holyoake at the Bradford Trades Union Congress (1p) (5 September 1888)
140) Handbill for the laying of the cornerstone by Holyoake at the new stores of Colne and District Co-operative Society (1p) (1 September 1888)
141) Press cutting of column, 'Occasional Notes' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (1p) (16 February 1889)
142) Press cutting of article, 'On the War Path' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (6 April 1889)
143) Press cutting of article, 'On the War Path (Concluded)' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (13 April 1889)
144) Press cutting of letter, 'Nameless Streets' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Birmingham Daily Post (1p) (12 December 1889)
145) Cutting of head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake from the supplement to the Co-operative News (1p) (31 March 1888)
146) Advertisement for a performance of 'Caste' and 'The Spectre Bridegroom' by the Victoria Dramatic Club in aid of the G.J.Holyoake Annuity Fund at St George's Hall, London (1p) (1 June 1889)
147) Title page and introduction from Holyoake's work, 'Self-help: A Hundred Years Ago', published by Swan Sonnenschein (6pp) (1888)
148) Programme for a performance of 'Caste' and 'The Spectre Bridegroom' by the Victoria Dramatic Club in aid of the G.J.Holyoake Annuity Fund at St George's Hall, London (1p) (1 June 1889)
149) Printed copies of letters from George C.Griffith Jones and Charles R.Mackay regarding issues brought up in the Secular Review (4pp) (June 1888)

Printed Material, 1890s  HOLYOAKE/3/6 (Part 1)  1890-1900

Contents:
1) Handbill for an annual tea hosted by the Reading Industrial Co-operative Society at the West Street Hall, Reading (1p) (12 March 1890)
2) Handbill for a mass meeting of railway men organised by the General Railway Workers Union at the Town Hall, Brighton (1p) (7 January 1890)
3) Circular printed letter from Holyoake regarding the journal 'The Labour World' (1p) (undated)
4) Printed extract from speech by Holyoake to a meeting of the Labour Association (1p) (10 August ?)
5) Press cutting of letter from Holyoake to Mr Watts regarding literature for distribution at open air meetings from Secular Thought (1p) (27 December 1890)
6) Press cutting of column, 'Wayside Papers: No.23 - Opportunities of Participation: The True Impression' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
7) Press cutting of column, 'Wayside Papers: No.28 - An Exhibition of Co-operative Principle' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
8) Press cutting of column, 'Wayside Papers: No.21 - French Co-operation - Rev.Dr.Crosskey's Ethical Thoroughness ' by Holyoake (2pp) (undated)
9) Press cutting of article, 'Echo Portrait Gallery: Candidates for the Trades Congress Secretaryship' from the Echo (4pp) (4 September 1890)
10) Press cutting of letter, 'Francis Place's Placard' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Weekly Chronicle (1p) (6 September 1890)
11) Press cutting of letter, 'Holyoake, Harney and Sidebotham' from Joseph Lawson to the Editor of the Weekly Chronicle (1p) (9 April 1890)
12) Press cutting of article, 'Aspects of the Festival' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (23 August 1890)
13) Press cutting of letter regarding a disagreement with Holyoake from George Julian Harney to the Editor of the Weekly Chronicle (1p) 6 September 1890)
14) Press cutting of letter, 'A Letter of Kossuth's' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Westminster Gazette (1p) (undated)
15) Press cutting of article by Holyoake regarding the co-operative store in Brighton (1p) (undated)
16) Printed copy of article, 'Civil Equality: Its attainment, and how it was attained' (2pp) (undated)
17) Handbill for a public meeting hosted by the Typographical Association at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, featuring an address by Holyoake and others (1p) (31 January 1891)
18) Printed correspondence between Holyoake and Mr Murray regarding Holyoake's election to the National Liberal Club (2pp) (October 1892)
19) Handbill for a public meeting hosted by Eastbourne Industrial Co-operative Society at the Leaf Hall, Eastbourne (1p) (27 October 1891)
20) Press cutting of letter, 'Benjamin in Wonderland' from Thomas McKinney to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (26 September 1891)
21) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Gladstone's First Visit to Newcastle-On-Tyne' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Speaker (1p) (17 October 1891)
22) Press cutting of article, 'Labor in Europe' by Holyoake from the New York Voice (2 copies: 1 photocopy) (1p) (26 November 1891)
23) Press cutting of letter, 'Holyoake, Harney and Sidebotham' from Joseph Lawson to the Editor of the Weekly Chronicle (1p) (9 April 1890)
24) Press cuttings of letters, 'Jingo' to the Editor of the Weekly Chronicle from George Julian Harney, 'Ichthyan' and James Devlin (3pp) (August 1891)
25) Printed notice by the Popular Associations Committee of Milano for a international meeting for the claims of labour (1p) (20 March 1891)
26) Printed correspondence between Holyoake and Mr Murray regarding Holyoake's election to the National Liberal Club (2pp) (October 1892)
27) Press cutting of column, 'Labor in England: Two Great Strikes - The Growth of Trades Unions - A Baptist Sentiment' from the New York Voice (2pp) (5 November 1891)
28) Press cutting of column, 'The Royal Labor Commission: Its Membership and Its Enquiries into the Hard Lot of English Labourers' from the New York Voice (2pp) (12 November 1891)
29) Press cutting of letter, 'Amenities of a Secretary' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (30 April 1892)
30) Press cutting of letter, 'An Open Answer and an "Open Letter" and to Mr Odgers' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (2pp) (23 July 1892)
31) Press cutting of article, 'The New Eclectic Christianity' from the Freethinker (1p) (5 June 1892)
32) Press cutting of letter from Holyoake regarding the prosecution of English publishers of Tyrannicide pamphlets (2pp) (undated)
33) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake at Stockport; from the Chronicle (2pp) (8 February 1893)
34) Press cutting of article, 'The International Italian Exhibition - Mr Melson of Liverpool' from the Co-operative News (1p) (2 December 1893)
35) Press cutting of article, The Milanese Exhibition and the Chicago Congress' from the Co-operative News (1p) (25 November 1893)
36) Two small press cuttings regarding Holyoake's election to the General Committee of the National Liberal Club from the Co-operative News (2pp) (January 1893)
37) Press cutting of letter by Signor Maffi regarding the Milanese exhibition (2pp) (undated)
38) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake and Christianity' (1p) (undated)
39) Press cutting of article, 'Dr Felix Adler in London' from the Daily News (1p) (undated)
40) Press cutting of article, 'A Famous Physician: The Late Dr George Bird' from the Hampstead and Highgate Express (1p) (12 May 1900)
41) Press cutting of article, 'The Italian Exhibition: An Explanation' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (1p) (9 December 1893)
42) Press cutting of article, 'The General Election' from the Daily News (1p) (9 July 1894
43) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and the paper 'Labour Co-partnership' from the Evening News (1p) (6 August 1894)
44) Press cutting of article, 'How the World Wags: Items Personal and Impersonal, Pithy and Pertinent' from the Umpire (1p) (26 August 1894)
45) Press cutting of letter, 'The Quality of Editorship' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Evening News and Post (1p) (1894)
46) Press cutting of letter, 'A Willing Acknowledgement' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Manchester Guardian (1p) (4 September 1894)
47) Press cutting of review of periodical 'Labour Co-partnership' by George Julian Harney from the Newcastle Weekly Chronicle (1p) (8 September 1894)
48) Printed text of speech by Holyoake at the opening of an exhibition of co-operative work at Crystal Palace (1p) (17 August 1894)
49) Front page of edition of the Methodist Times featuring the article '"The Atheist Shoemaker": Its Truth Vindicated' by Holyoake (1p) (18 January 1894)
50) Press cutting of letter, 'John Burns MP criticises profit-sharing: George Jacob Holyoake replies' from Holyoake to the Editor of Labour Co-partnership, featuring head and shoulders illustrations of Holyoake and Burns (2pp) (October 1894)

Printed Material, 1890s  HOLYOAKE/3/6 (Part 2)  1890-1898

Contents:
51) Press cutting of letter, 'The Law of Equality' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Women's Gazette (1p) (undated)
52) Press cutting of article, 'Under an Omnibus' from the Co-operative News (1p) (22 November 1890)
53) Press cutting of text of address, 'A Living Wage' by Holyoake, delivered to the Brighton Liberal Club (2pp) (undated)
54) Press cutting of letter, 'The Outrage in Trafalgar Square' to the Editor of the Labour World (1p) (undated)
55) Reprint of article 'Mr George J.Holyoake: The Co-operative Pioneer' by CSB from the Christian World (2pp) (5 April 1894)
56) Press cutting of article, 'The Living and the Dead' from the Co-operative News (2pp) (23 October 1897)
57) Galley proof of article '"The Atheist Shoemaker": Its Truth Vindicated' by Holyoake, later published in the Methodist Times (see 49) (4pp)) (January 1894)
58) Printed text of speech by Holyoake at the opening of an exhibition of co-operative work at Crystal Palace (1p) (17 August 1894)
59) Printed text of article/address by Holyoake concerning profit-sharing (1p) (1894)
60) Reprint of letter, 'Relevant Aid' from Holyoake to the Editor of Labour Co-partnership (2pp) (18 April 1894)
61) Press cutting of letter, 'The Inventor of "The Jingoes"' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Westminster Gazette (1p) (13 February 1895)
62) Press cutting of article, 'The New Labour Club' from the Brighton Examiner (3pp) (14 June 1895)
63) Press cutting of article, 'New Ideas of the Day' by Holyoake from the Agnostic Journal (3pp) (29 June 1895)
64) Press cutting of article, 'Piping and Dancing at the NLC' from the Westminster Gazette, featuring a full length cartoon of Holyoake (2pp) (9 May 1895)
65) Press cutting of letter, 'Working Class Policy at the Poll' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (1p) (10 July 1895)
66) Press cutting of article, 'Extracts from Herbert Spencer's Writings' from the Freethinker (1p) (15 September 1895)
67) Press cutting of letter, 'Footpath Policy' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (1p) (14 December 1895)
68) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake and Mr R.O.Smith: A Correction and an Apology' by J.P.Gilmour from the Radical (1p) (25 May 1897)
69) Printed address by Holyoake to members of the Brighton Equitable Co-operative Society regarding voting in the General Election (1p) (1895)
70) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at the Liberal Club' from the Nottingham Daily Express (2pp) (7 March 1896)
71) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake and Dr Martineau' from the Methodist Times (4pp) (31 December 1896)
72) Press cutting of letter, 'The Earl of Dartmouth's Explanation' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (4 June ?)
73) Press cutting of letter, 'The Story of the Social Economist' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (26 June 1896)
74) Reprint of article, 'Dispute with H.S.Gates: Musical Blacklegs in Brighton' by Holyoake from the Labour Leader (1p) (8 August 1896)
75) Menu card for a complimentary dinner to Holyoake on his 80th birthday at the National Liberal Club (4pp) (12 April 1897)
76) Press cutting of article, 'Our Jubilee History' from the Leeds Co-operative Record (2pp) (undated)
77) Press cutting of article, 'Three Great Advocates' from the Co-operative News (2pp) (11 December 1897)
78) Invitation to meet Holyoake at the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Marsh on his 80th Birthday (1p) (13 April 1897)
79) Photocopy of press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake and Mr R.O.Smith: A Correction and an Apology' by J.P.Gilmour from the Radical (1p) (25 May 1897)
80) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's Eightieth Birthday' (3pp) (1897)
81) Memorial handbill for Mrs William Henry Holyoak (2pp) (9 November 1896)
82) Handbill for the book 'Mature Thought on Christianity' by F.W.Newman, with comment by Holyoake (1p) (1897)
83) Advertisement card for the next outing of Brighton Equitable Co-operative Quadrille Class (2pp) (11 September 1897)
84) Printed circular letter to Sir George Ernest Paget from Holyoake and Collet Dobson Collet of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee regarding the Midland Railway Company (1p) (23 August 1897)
85) Press cutting of article regarding the publicisation of co-operation from the Co-operative News (1p) (7 November 1897)
86) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's Speech' from Labour Co-partnership (2pp) (May 1897)
87) Press cutting of article, 'The Trades Union Congress' from the Co-operative News (1p) (11 September 1897)
88) Press cutting of article, 'Dinner to Mr G.J.Holyoake' from the Daily News (1p) (13 April 1897)
89) Press cutting of article, 'Dinner to Mr.Holyoake' from the Standard (1p) (13 April 1897)
90) Press cutting of article regarding the dinner for Holyoake on his 80th birthday from the Birmingham Daily Post (1p) (14 April 1897)
91) Press cutting of article, 'Dinner to Mr.Holyoake' from the Brighton Herald (1p) (13 April 1897)
92) Press cutting of article, 'The Co-operative Labour Association: Meeting at the Crystal Palace' from the Standard (2pp) (20 August 1897)
93) Press cutting of article, 'Reformers Three: Bradlaugh, Holyoake, Besant: A Few Reminiscences by Rev.W.Binns' (2pp) (undated)
94) In Memoriam card for Collet Dobson Collet (2pp) (December 1898)
95) Press cutting of oil painting, 'The Inquisitive Lover' by R.Holyoake from the Illustrated London News (1p) (19 February 1898)
96) Reprint of letter, 'The Romance of a Deputation' from G.J.Holyoake to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (30 April 1989)
97) Press cutting of article, 'A Female Warder Wanted at the Police Station' (1p) (26 February 1898)
98) Press cutting of letter, 'The Romance of a Deputation' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (2pp) (30 April 1898)
99) Reprint of column, 'Wayside Papers: 46 - A Year of Advancement' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
100) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake and the Birmingham School Board' featuring letter, 'The Recent School Board Decision' from Holyoake (1p) (undated)

Printed Material, 1890s  HOLYOAKE/3/6 (Part 3)  1898-1899

Contents:
101) Printed circular regarding a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Brighton Liberal and Radical Association (1p) (30 January 1899)
102) Printed circular letter from Holyoake regarding a meeting of the Members and Friends of the National Liberal Club (1p) (March 1898)
103) Two small press cuttings regarding the origins of the word 'Jingo' from the Guardian and the Echo (2pp) (January - February 1899)
104) Small card advertisement for the lecture programme of the Birmingham Branch of the National Secular Society (4pp) (September - December 1898)
105) Circular printed letter from Holyoake regarding C.D.Collet's 'History of the Taxes on Knowledge' (1p) (October 1898)
106) Press cutting of article, 'Disraeli in Manchester: Another Account' by Holyoake from the Journalist and Newspaper Proprietor (2pp) (25 February 1899)
107) Press cutting of article, 'The Deliverer of the Press' by Holyoake from Personal Rights (3pp) (15 June 1899)

Printed Material, 1900s  HOLYOAKE/3/7 (Part 1)  1896-1903

Contents:
1) Press cutting of article regarding the death of Dr George Bird (1p) (13 May 1900)
2) Press cutting of article, 'The Late Dr George Bird' from the Echo (1p) (11 May 1900)
3) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake on the Irish Scheme' from the Yarmouth Mercury (1p) (8 May ?)
4) Press cutting of article, 'The Two Kinds of Co-operation' by Holyoake (1p) (1900)
5) Printed note, 'A New Year Time Dream' by Holyoake (1p) (1900)
6) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake's 'Defence of Agnosticism' from the Weekly Times (1p) (21 October 1900)
7) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at Middlesbrough' (1p) (1900)
8) Press cutting of letter, 'The Archbishop's Park and its Associations' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (2pp) (undated)
9) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at Lewes: Old Times and New - Interesting Letter' (1p) (undated)
10) Short printed biographical article on Holyoake, with seated illustration of Holyoake on reverse (1p) (1900)
11) New Year's greeting card from G.J. and Mrs Holyoake featuring photograph of Holyoake, Mrs Holyoake, Mrs and Miss Greening (2pp) (1900)
12) Press cutting of article, 'To Working Men' by Holyoake from the Daily News (1p) (24 July 1901)
13) Five press cuttings regarding Holyoake, Tom Mann and the National Democratic League from the Daily News (5pp) (29 - 31 January 1901)
14) Press cutting of letter, 'The Reform Meeting in Victoria Park' from J.Baxter Langley to the Editor of the Star (1p) (undated)
15) Press cuttings of letters, 'The Home Secretary and the Reform League' from Holyoake, George Odger and George Howell to the Editor of the Star (2pp) (28 July ?)
16) Press cutting of letter. 'Mr Holyoake's Statement' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Times (1p) (28 July ?)
17) Press cutting of letter, 'Ambiguities of the Democratic League' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (26 January 1901)
18) Press cutting of letter, 'Toleration in Temperance' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (30 November 1896)
19) Press cutting of letter, 'The Purple East' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Westminster Gazette (1p) (17 December ?)
20) Press cutting regarding the expense of the Boer War by Frederic Harrison (1p) (undated)
21) Press cutting of article, 'To Working Men' by Holyoake (2pp) (24 July 1901)
22) Press cutting of letter, 'Missionary Neutrality' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (15 May 1901)
23) Press cutting of article, 'Lecture on Co-operation' from the Rochdale Spectator (1p) (undated)
24) Press cutting of article, 'Committees and Committeemen' from the Montreal Daily Star (1p) (undated)
25) Typescript balance sheet of the Recognition Fund of Holyoake's 24 years of service as Chairman of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee (1p) (November 1901)
26) Photocopy of press cutting of letter, 'Democratic Policy' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (30 January 1901)
27) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake on Alfred the Great' from the Brighton Herald (1p) (2 November 1901)
28) Press cutting of letter, 'The Archbishop's Park and its associations' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (29 October 1901)
29) Press cutting of article, 'Archbishop's Park: New Playground for South London' from the Daily News (1p) (29 October 1901)
30) Four press cuttings from the Sunday Times, Lloyd's, the Referee and the King regarding a dinner for Holyoake (4pp) (15 December 1901)
31) Typescript note by Holyoake regarding his service as Chairman of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee (1p) (undated)
32) Printed handbill/pamphlet, 'Recognition of Twenty-four years Special Service by Mr G.J.Holyoake as Chairman of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee' by Robert Applegarth (3pp) (1901)
33) Press cutting of article, 'A Social Mystery of England' by Holyoake (1p) (12 May 1901)
34) Press cutting of letter, 'Working Men and the War' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News, with response by Goldwin Smith (1p) (3 September 1901)
35) Press cutting of article, 'Reticence in Public Letters' by Holyoake (1p) (29 September 1901)
36) Photocopy of press cutting of article, 'Disappearing Chartists' from Notes and Queries (1p) (22 February 1902)
37) Press cutting of letter, 'Democratic Policy' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (30 January 1901)
38) Press cutting of letter, 'The Opportunity of Trade Unions' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (1p) (10 March 1902)
39) Press cutting of article, 'Personal Rights' from the Co-operative News (1p) (16 June 1902)
40) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake's Appeal to Employers' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (6 September 1902)
41) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake's Anti-Boycott Papers' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (29 November 1902)
42) Press cutting of letter. 'Fresh Air' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (24 October 1902)
43) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at Norwich' from the Co-operative News (1p) (4 April 1903)
44) Press cutting of article, 'National Democratic League: President's Second Address' from Reynold's News (1p) (10 May 1903)
45) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake's Opinions' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (5 March 1903)
46) Press cutting of article. 'The Apostle of Sweetness and Light' from the Literary Guide (2pp) (1 October 1902)
47) Press cutting of column, 'Personal Rights: Holyoakeiana' (1p) (15 October 1902)
48) Handbill, 'Rationalism on the Platform' by Holyoake, published by the Rationalist Press Association (2pp) (November 1903)
49) Press cutting of article, 'National Democratic League: Address by the President' from the Reynold's News (2pp) (29 March 1903)
50) Press cutting of article, 'National Democratic League: Address by the President' from the Reynold's News (2pp) (6 September 1903)

Printed Material, 1900s  HOLYOAKE/3/7 (Part 2)  1903-1978

Contents:
51) Press cutting of article regarding correspondence quoting Holyoake's 'Oracle of Reason' from the Freethinker (1p) (31 May 1903)
52) Press cutting of article, 'Strange Features of a Late Trial' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (1p) (27 June 1903)
53) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Ludlow's Letter' from the Wheatsheaf (1p) (1903)
54) Press cutting of article, 'Thanks to Mr Holyoake' from the Co-operative News (1p) (6 June 1903)
55) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from 'B' to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (9 May 1903)
56) Press cutting of article, 'Oil Paintings' (1p) (16 May 1903)
57) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Ludlow's Position' from J.M.Ludlow to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (21 November 1903)
58) Press cutting of letter, 'Official Ignorance' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (29 January 1904)
59) Press cutting of letter, 'A Manifesto from the Veteran Co-operator' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Northern Echo (8 January 1904)
60) Printed copy of letter, 'A Secularist's Reasons for Passive Resistance' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (1904)
61) Press cutting of letter, 'A Personal Explanation by Mr Holyoake' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Western Evening Herald (1p) (24 February 1904)
62) Press cutting of extract from letter from John Anderson to the Editor of the Co-operative News regarding Holyoake (1p) (20 August 1904)
63) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and his debt owed to the Government due to unstamped papers which he issued before the repeal of the Stamp Duty from the Westminster Gazette (1p) (10 March 1904)
64) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake and Educational Committees' from W.J.Cure to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (2 July 1904)
65) Press cutting of letter, 'Old Time Dreamer' from John Anderson to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (10 September 1904)
66) Press cutting of article, 'George J.Holyoake' from the Woolwich Pioneer (1p) (21 October 1904)
67) Press cutting of column, 'Open Thought' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (11 February 1905)
68) Press cutting regarding the Paisley Congress of the Co-operative Union from the Clarion (1p) (16 June 1905)
69) Press cutting of article, 'Liberals and Labour: Are there obstacles in the way of co-operation?' from the Daily Chronicle (1p) (1905)
70) Press cutting of column, 'Open Thought' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (2pp) (4 March 1905)
71) Press cutting of letter, 'Political Critics' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Co-operative News (1p) (8 July 1905)
72) Printed copy of letter, 'Outdoor Apostles' from Holyoake to Mr Pack (1p) (12 June 1905)
73) Press cutting of letter, 'A Tribute to Mr Loder' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (November 1905)
74) Press cutting of letter, 'Co-partnership Propagandism in America' from N.O.Nelson to the Editor of Labour Co-partnership, with response by Holyoake (1p) (December 1905)
75) Press cutting of article, 'Difficulties of Direct Representation' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (1p) (9 September 1905)
76) Press cutting of head and shoulders photograph of Holyoake with signature (1p) (undated)
77) Press cutting of article, 'Age has not Withered' from World's Week (1p) (1905)
78) Press cutting of article, 'New Year Acknowledgements and other things' by Holyoake from the Co-operative News (1p) (1 January 1906)
79) Press cutting of full body illustration of Holyoake with birth and death dates (1p) (undated)
80) Press cutting of article, 'George Jacob Holyoake' from the Working Men's College Journal (1p) (February 1906)
81) Press cutting of article, 'A Forgotten Hero - Ernest Jones' (1p) (2 February 1908)
82) Memorial card for Alfred Marsh (2pp) (8 August 1908)
83) Press cutting of article, 'Educating the Child' from the Co-operative News (1p) (5 February 1910)
84) Invitation to the funeral of Alfred Marsh at Golders Green Crematorium (1p) (12 August 1908)
85) Printed circular invitation from the Co-operative Union to the unveiling of the Holyoake Memorial at Highgate Cemetery. London (1p) (1 November 1907)
86) Dissertation abstract, 'George Jacob Holyoake: An Attitudinal Study' by Barbara Jean Blaszak (1p) (1978)
87) Prospectus for the Rationalist Press Association (2pp) (undated)
88) Printed text of speech by Holyoake to a Labour Association meeting at Crystal Palace (1p) (19 August ?)
89) Press cutting of article, 'Truth and Sincerity' (1p) (undated)
90) Press cutting of head and shoulders photograph of Holyoake with signature (1p) (undated)

Printed Material, undated  HOLYOAKE/3/8 (Part 1)  undated

Contents:
1) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Holyoake and others at the Home Club, Scovell Road, Newington Causeway (2pp) (undated)
2) Handbill for a lecture, 'The Art of making things plain in Daily Life' by Holyoake, hosted by the Rochdale Equitable Pioneers Society, at the Assembly Room, Toad Lane (2pp) (undated)
3) Handbill for a series of lectures by Charles Bradlaugh on theological, biblical and political subjects (2pp) (undated)
4) Printed letter from 'An Elector of Forty Years' to the Electors of Central Finsbury (1p) (undated)
5) Printed letter, 'Good News for the Neighbourhood' from 'One of Yourselves'(Holyoake) (1p) (undated)
6) Printed extract regarding secularism from William Nassau Moleworth's 'History of England' (1p) (undated)
7) Printed notes, 'Ingersoll's Last Poem' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
8) Handbill for a lecture, 'Co-operation' by Holyoake, hosted by the Rochdale Co-operative Society, at St George's Lecture Room (1p) (26 April ?)
9) Handbill for a public meeting on co-operation, hosted by the Working Men's Mutual Building and General Co-operative Society, at Shaftesbury Hall, Brassey Square, featuring an address by Holyoake (1p) (9 November ?)
10) Handbill for a lecture, 'The Peers and the Power of Taxation' by P.W.Parfitt at the Moorfields Collegiate Literary Institution, South Place Chapel, Finsbury (1p) (5 June ?)
11) Handbill for a meeting of shareholders at the Metropolitan Hall of Science and Literature, Jenkins Institute (1p) (undated)
12) Printed article, 'The Holy Bible', published by the Bible Distribution Society (1p) (undated)
13) Handbill for a secular service and programme of lectures at the South Place Institute, Finsbury, featuring the lecture 'Secular Similarities between the Bible and Shakespeare' by Holyoake and others by G.W.Foote and Charles Watts (1p) (undated)
14) Handbill for an address, 'The Objects of Secularism' by Holyoake at the Eagle Assembly Rooms, Gloucester Road (1p) (9 April ?)
15) Handbill for a lecture by Holyoake at the Radical Association's Rooms, Yarmouth (1p) (undated)
16) Handbill and prospectus for the Brighton Guardian (1p) (undated)
17) Handbill for a course of lectures at the Lecture Hall, New Road, Brighton, featuring the lecture 'Rochdale Co-operation' by Holyoake and others by Alfred Hood, Alex H.Smith and T.R.Dobson (1p) (undated)
18) Three handbills/prospectuses for the Brighton Guardian (3pp) (undated)
19) Handbill for two lectures, 'The Bible: Its Doctrines and Defenders' and 'The Moral Precepts in the New Testament' by Holyoake, hosted by the Longton Secularists, at the New Town Hall (1p) (undated)
20) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures, hosted by the North London Branch of the National Secular Society, at Claremont Hall, Penton Street, featuring the lectures 'The Nature and Need of Secularism as a Religion of this Life' and 'The Difference between the Secular and Sceptical Meaning of the Scriptures' by Holyoake and others by G.W.Foote and E.B.Aveling (1p) (undated)
21) Handbill for public lectures and discussions at the Mechanics Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (undated)
22) Handbill for a series of Sunday evening lectures by Thomas Cooper at the Hall of Science, City Road (1p) (undated)
23) Printed article, 'Baskerville Hall and Mr Watts' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
24) Extract of printed text of speech by Holyoake to a Labour Association meeting at Crystal Palace (1p) (20 August ?)
25) Printed statement, 'Objects of the People's International League' (1p) (undated)
26) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake on Individuality' (1p) (undated)
27) Handbill for the lectures 'People who do not see, and people who cannot see' and 'On judging men and manners' by Holyoake at the Mechanics Institute, Maryport (1p) (19 and 20 January ?)
28) Handbill for three lectures on Coffeeism at Challenger's East and West India Coffee Warehouse, Sheffield (1p) (undated)
29) Handbill for public discussions 'Challenge to Socialists' with Mr Brindley at Ryan's Amphitheatre (1p) (undated)
30) Terms and conditions of Queenwood College, near Stockbridge, Hants, conducted by George Edmondson (1p) (undated)
31) Unidentified article on the Corn Law (6pp) (undated)
32) Printed statement, '"Proposed" Testimonial to the Daily News' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
33) Printed letter, 'To the Members of the Leicester Liberal Association' from Holyoake regarding his selection as parliamentary candidate and describing his views (1p) (undated)
34) Printed letter from Holyoake to Presbyterians in Glasgow regarding their pastoral on the observance of the Lord's Day (1p) (undated)
35) Press cutting of column, 'Letters to Working Men' (3pp) (undated)
36) Press cutting of letter, 'Reasoning with Working Men: A Plea for Freedom of Speech' by Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (3pp) (undated)
37) Printed resolution by Holyoake and Richard Russell of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee regarding the late C.D.Collet (1p) (undated)
38) Typescript circular letter appealing for subscriptions to a memorial for Colonel Ingersoll (1p) (undated)
39) Typescript list of representatives invited to form a General Committee on industrial training (1p) (undated)
40) Press cutting of article, 'The Reception of Princess Alexandra' by Landor Praed from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (5pp) (undated)
41) Press cutting regarding a lecture by Holyoake on anarchism (2pp) (undated)
42) Press cutting of letter, 'The Opportunity of Trade Unions' from Holyoake to the Editor of The Times (1p) (10 March 1902)
43) Press cutting of letter, 'The Maine Law' from J.Eaton to the Editor of the Cheshire Observer (1p) (undated)
44) Press cutting of article, 'Self Help for the People' (2pp) (undated)
45) Press cutting of letter, 'The Question of Unsectarian Education' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (undated)
46) Press cutting of article, 'Newspapers and the Post Office' (1p) (undated)
47) Press cutting of letter, 'The London Judge who declined the Oath' from Holyoake (1p) (undated)
48) Press cutting of article, 'Impatience in Politics' from the Norfolk News (2pp) (26 August ?)
49) Press cutting of article, 'Anathema: or, the Evils Incidental to Educational Morality' by Holyoake (2pp) (undated)
50) Press cutting of article, 'Lecture at the Plymouth Institution' (2pp) (undated)

Printed Material, undated.  HOLYOAKE/3/8 (Part 2)  undated

Contents:
51) Press cutting, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake's Prayer' (1p) (undated)
52) Press cutting of letter, 'The Culture' from P.A.Taylor to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (20 March ?)
53) Press cutting of letter, 'To Working Men' from Holyoake (1p) (24 July ?)
54) Press cutting of article, 'The Bow Street Decision on the Unstamped Press' (1p) (undated)
55) Press cutting of article, 'The Near and Distant' by Dr Draper (1p) (undated)
56) Press cutting of advertisement for 'The Nineteenth Century: A Monthly Review' (1p) (undated)
57) Press cutting of article, 'The York Races' by 'Overhand' (3pp) (undated)
58) Press cutting of letter, 'A Neglected Region' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (undated)
59) Press cutting of article, 'The Economy and Morality of Rochdale Co-operation' from the Daily Herald (2pp) (undated)
60) Press cutting of article, 'Sir H.James and Socialism' (1p) (undated)
61) Press cutting of article, 'Practical Socialism in the British Colonies' (1p) (undated)
62) Press cutting of article, 'Lectures by Mr G.J.Holyoake' from the York Herald (1p) (undated)
63) Press cutting of article, 'The Improved Character of Working Class Contests' by 'Ion' (2pp) (undated)
64) Press cutting of letter, 'The Profit-Sharing Theory' from Holyoake (1p) (undated)
65) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake and Bingley' from B.Stephenson (1p) (undated)
66) Press cutting of article regarding Rochdale by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
67) Press cutting of article reporting on unidentified meeting (4pp) (undated)
68) Press cutting of article, 'The Australian Immigration Bill' (1p) (undated)
69) Press cutting of article, 'Grant to Holyoake' (1p) (undated)
70) Press cutting of article regarding Holyoake and his views on Dr Fry's paper 'The Living Wage' (1p) (undated)
71) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake and the Temperance Hotels' from James Cowin (1p) (undated)
72) Press cutting of letter, 'Antiquity of the Cow and Acre Question' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (undated)
73) Press cutting of letter, 'Humanity - The New Pathway to Truth' from Holyoake (1p) (undated)
74) Press cutting of letter, 'The Publishing Author' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Echo (1p) (8 January ?)
75) Press cutting of article, 'To Readers and Correspondent' (1p) (undated)
76) Press cutting of article, 'Working Men's Unions' (1p) (undated)
77) Press cutting of article, 'Lecture at the Co-operative Hall' (1p) (undated)
78) Press cutting regarding Euclid and his influence on Holyoake (1p) (undated)
79) Press cutting containing extract of letter from Colonel R.G.Ingersoll to Mr Putnam (1p) (undated)
80) Press cutting of article, 'The Late Mr Reddalls' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
81) Press cutting of article, 'Daily Gossip' (1p) (undated)
82) Press cutting of letter, 'The Working Classes and The Times' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Star (1p) (undated)
83) Press cutting of letter, 'The Vicar and Sir Joseph Ewart' from Holyoake (1p) (7 August ?)
84) Press cutting of article, 'Our GOM' from the Wheatsheaf (1p) (undated)
85) Press cutting of letter, 'Lord Dartmouth and Mr Holyoake' from Lord Dartmouth to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (20 May ?)
86) Ten pages of imcomplete press cuttings of articles and letters by or involving Holyoake (undated)
87) Folder of miscellaneous photocopies of press cuttings of articles and letters by or involving Holyoake (undated)
88) Small poster of printed statement entitled 'Plan of Self-Government upon First Principles with Equitable Money' (2pp) (undated)

Press Cuttings Volumes and Serialised Articles  HOLYOAKE/4  1867-1911

Contents:
Press cuttings of serialised articles and columns written by Holyoake for various national, local and international newspapers and periodicals, including 'London Correspondence', 'Town Talk', 'Private Correspondence', 'Our London Letter' and other articles produced for the Brighton Guardian, Agricultural Economist, The Sun and the Co-operative News, along with press cuttings regarding the opening of Holyoake House in Manchester and the unveiling of the Holyoake Memorial at Highgate Cemetery, London.

London Correspondence  HOLYOAKE/4/1  1869-1872

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of the serialised articles 'London Correspondence' by Holyoake, published in the Birmingham Weekly Post (190pp) (6 March 1869 -28 December 1872)

Private Correspondence  HOLYOAKE/4/2  1875-1880

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of serialised articles 'Private Correspondence' by Holyoake, published weekly in the Birmingham Weekly Post (201pp) (2 January 1875 - 25 December 1880)

Private Correspondence  HOLYOAKE/4/3  1878-1881

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of serialised articles 'Private Correspondence' by Holyoake, published weekly in the Birmingham Weekly Post, with handwritten note on missing articles (194pp) (28 December 1878 - 31 December 1881)

Private Correspondence/Our London Letter  HOLYOAKE/4/4  1882-1885

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of serialised articles 'Private Correspondence' and later 'Our London Letter' by Holyoake, published weekly in the Birmingham Weekly Post (202pp) (7 January 1882 - 26 December 1885)

Our London Letter  HOLYOAKE/4/5  1886-1888

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of serialised articles 'Our London Letter' by Holyoake, published weekly in the Birmingham Weekly Post (113pp) (2 January 1886 - 31 March 1888)

Brighton Guardian  HOLYOAKE/4/6  1878-1880

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of serialised articles on political topics by Holyoake, published weekly in the Birmingham Guardian/Daily Guardian (139pp) (2 January 1878 - 3 April 1880)

Brighton Guardian / Co-operative News  HOLYOAKE/4/7  1878-1886

Contents:
Volume of press cuttings of serialised articles regarding politics by Holyoake, published weekly in the Brighton Guardian and the Co-operative News (71pp) (9 January 1878 - 16 June 1886)

Death of Holyoake, the Holyoake Memorial and Holyoake House  HOLYOAKE/4/8  1906-1911

Contents:
Volume containing press cuttings, obituaries and testimonials concerning Holyoake from national and international newspapers, periodicals and journals following his death and cutting concerning the unveiling of the Holyoake memorial in Highgate and the establishment of Holyoake House in Manchester by the Co-operative Union (174pp) (January 1906 - November 1911)

The Sun  HOLYOAKE/4/9  1901

Contents:
Small volume containing press cutting of editorials written by Holyoake for The Sun (29pp) (1 - 23 December 1901)

The Co-operative News  HOLYOAKE/4/10  1899-1904

Contents:
Press cuttings of serialised articles by Holyoake, published in the Co-operative News, including:
- 'Clandestine Commissions' (Part 1 and 2) (25 November - 2 December 1899)
- 'Anti-Boycott Papers' (Parts 1 - 10, including the chapters 'Tradesmen on the Warpath', 'Shopkeepers Working Against Themselves', 'The Private Traders Mistakes', 'Services of Co-operation to Shopkeepers', 'Distinction between the Store and the Shop', 'Discomfiture of the Boycotters', 'Working People and the Private Trader', 'Cowardice of the Boycotter's Campaign', 'What Shopkeepers Might Do' and 'Co-operation: Defensive and Defiant') (15 November 1902 - 17 January 1903)
- 'Unpublished Correspondence of the Robert Owen Family' (Parts 1 - 13, including the chapters 'Co-operation in London Ten Years after Mr Owen's Death', 'Mrs Trollope's Description of the Nashoba Community of Frances Wright' and Mrs Trollope's Account of the Famous Cincinnati Debate of 1829') (16 April - 6 August 1904)

Agricultural Economist  HOLYOAKE/4/11  1903-1905

Contents:
Cuttings of serialised articles 'Associative Topics' by Holyoake concerning social and political issues, literature, co-operation, secularism and other topics, published monthly in the Agricultural Economist (January 1903 - May 1905 [excluding July 1904]).

Town Talk  HOLYOAKE/4/12  1867

Contents:
Press cuttings of serialised articles 'Town Talk' by Holyoake regarding politics and reform, published weekly (28 January - 15 July 1867)

Loose Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/5  1857-1911

Contents:
Loose press cuttings collected and compiled by Holyoake and relating to his life and work, including cuttings concerning visits to America and Canada, co-operation, co-operative congresses and festivals, co-operative societies, parliamentary reform and other miscellaneous cuttings concerning lectures and letters by Holyoake, secularism, republicanism, atheism and other various topics.

America and Canada  HOLYOAKE/5/1  1879-1882

Contents:
Large file of press cutting from American and Canadian newspapers and journals regarding two visit made by Holyoake to the United States and Canada in 1879 and 1882, including reports on addresses by and functions attended by Holyoake in New York, Washington, Denver, Toronto, Ontario, Montreal, Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago; interviews with and letters sent to American and Canadian newspapers by Holyoake and others regarding his visit, Republicanism, secularism, co-operation and emigration and the establishment of co-operative colonies, and reports on complimentary dinners held for Holyoake in Liverpool and Newcastle en route to the United States (1879 - 1882)

Co-operation  HOLYOAKE/5/2  1873-1911

Contents:
Large folder of press cuttings concerning the Co-operative movement, articles and reports on addresses by Holyoake, letters to local and national newspapers regarding co-operation, reviews of co-operative books, profit sharing, the establishment of co-operative colonies and cuttings from the Co-operative News regarding Holyoake House (1873 - 1911)

Co-operative Congresses  HOLYOAKE/5/3  1873-1905

Contents:
File of press cuttings regarding the proceedings and events at annual co-operative congresses in Exeter, Paisley, Doncaster, Carlisle, Oxford, Plymouth, Oldham and Leeds, along with cuttings regarding addresses by Holyoake and others given at the congresses (1873-1905)

Co-operative Festivals  HOLYOAKE/5/4  1889-1903

Contents:
Press cuttings concerning the events and proceedings at the annual National Co-operative Festivals at Crystal Palace, along with cuttings concerning a co-operative exhibition in Sydenham (1889-1903)

Co-operative Societies  HOLYOAKE/5/5  1871-1890

Contents:
Press cuttings regarding the organisation and activities of co-operative societies in England, including Secton Delaval Industrial and Provident Society, Leicester Co-operative Society, Windhill Co-operative Society, Norwich Co-operative Society, Halifax Co-operative Society and others, Holyoake's involvement with local co-operative societies and his work on the Rochdale Pioneers, articles by Holyoake on co-operation and cuttings regarding meetings of the Guild of Co-operators and the Central Co-operative Board (1871-1890)

International Congresses  HOLYOAKE/5/6  1885-1888

Contents:
Press cuttings from English, French and Italian newspapers and journals concerning international co-operative congresses in Milan, Paris and Bologna (1885-1888)

Parliamentary Reform  HOLYOAKE/5/7  1858-1879

Contents:
Press cuttings concerning the organisation and activities of the parliamentary reform movement, the National Reform Union, reports on meetings, demonstrations and deputations to the House of Commons, on Holyoake's involvement with the movement and cutting of letters to newspapers regarding the suffrage issue (1858-1879)

Miscellaneous Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/5/8  1857-1876

Contents:
Miscellaneous press cutting regarding secularism, missionaryism, atheism, a triple execution in Birmingham, the Church and cutting of reviews of lectures and works by Holyoake (1857-1876)

Miscellaneous Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/5/9  1867-1904

Contents:
Miscellaneous press cuttings regarding Holyoake, secularism and the secularist movement (1867-1904)

Miscellaneous Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/5/10  1857-1888

Contents:
Miscellaneous press cutting regarding secularism and freethought, including reports on speeches and articles by Holyoake and cuttings concerning the Bradford Secular Conference and the activities of the British Secular Union (1857-1888)

Miscellaneous Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/5/11  1857-1878

Contents:
Miscellaneous press cuttings of reports and reviews of lectures and speeches by Holyoake and a public debate between Brewin Grant and 'Iconoclast'(Charles Bradlaugh) on secularism and religion (1857-1878)

Lectures by Holyoake  HOLYOAKE/5/12  1878-1889

Contents:
Miscellaneous press cuttings regarding lectures by Holyoake from national and local newspapers (1878-1889)

Book Reviews  HOLYOAKE/5/13  1864-1896

Contents:
Miscellaneous press cuttings of reviews of books and pamphlets by Holyoake from the national anf international press, including reviews of 'Sixty Years of an Agitator's Life' and Holyoake's works on grammar and public speaking (1864-1896)

'Landor Praed'  HOLYOAKE/5/14  1865-1866

Contents:
Press cuttings of articles, columns and letters by Landor Praed (Holyoake) to national and local newspapers, prdominantly the Mercury and the Darlington and Stockton Times regarding various topics (1865-1866)

Publications and Notebooks  HOLYOAKE/6  1838-1861

Contents:
Miscellaneous publications and notebooks by Holyoake, including manuscript drafts of works, early notes on lectures and their content, predominantly at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute, log books containing diary notes and thoughts, papers relating to the London Atheistical Society, accounts relating to Fleet Street House, London and press cuttings of letters by Holyoake written under the name 'Ion'.

Brief Notes on Lectures  HOLYOAKE/6/1  1838-1839

Contents:
Notebook containing handwritten notes by Holyoake for his own lectures on algebra, composition and public speaking, with notes on the following lectures by others:
- Mr Watts' sixth lecture on public health at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute (18 January 1838)
- Mr Hawkes Smith's lecture, Allison Street (21 January 1838)
- Mr Brindley's lecture on the philosophy of sleep at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute (undated)
- Mr Hollick's lecture on social amusements, Allison Street (28 January 1838)
- Note from the Second Annual Meeting of the Provident Institution (29 January 1839)
- Mr Blakiston's lecture on chemistry at the Birmingham Mechanics Institution (1 February 1838)
- Rev. Angell James' lecture on infidelity, Carr's Lane (4 February 1838)
- Mr Blakiston's second lecture on chemistry at the Birmingham Mechanics Institution (8 February 1838)
- Mr Hollick's lecture on social religion, Allison Street (11 February 1838)
- Mr Hollick's lecture on co-operation and non-responsibility (18 February 1838)
- Mr Rigby's lecture, Allison Street (25 February 1838)
- Mr W. Pratt's lecture on liberty, Allison Street (25 February 1838)
- Mr Rigby's lecture on co-operation, Suffolk Street (26 February 1838)
- Mr Blakiston's lecture on chemistry at the Birmingham Mechanics Institute (1 March 1838)
- Mr Jackson's lecture on human conscience, Allison Street (11 March 1838)
- Mr Pare's lecture on the advantages of community property (18 March 1838)
- Mr Hollick's lecture (15 April 1838)
- Mr Gutteridge's lecture at the Sculpture Room, Society of Arts (7 March 1838)

'An Introduction to Algebra'  HOLYOAKE/6/2  1839

Contents:
Volume containing manuscript of work, 'An Introduction to Algebra' by Holyoake, with hand drawn title page and illustration, 'A Triangular Lady' (65pp) (1839)

'Log Book, No.1'  HOLYOAKE/6/3  1835-1843

Contents:
Handwritten volume entitled 'Log Book No.1' containing handwritten notes by Holyoake on events in his life, letters received, social and professional engagements and works produced or studied, including more detailed diary notes by Holyoake on his imprisonment in Gloucester and press cuttings regarding the death of Frederick Holyoake and the execution of William Crouch (which Holyoake had witnessed) (44pp) (1835-1843)

Log Book No.2  HOLYOAKE 6/4  1845

Contents:
Handwritten volume entitled 'Log Book No.2' containing handwritten notes by Holyoake on events in his life, letters received, social and professional engagements and works produced or studied, including loose diary entries for 1839 to 1846 labelled 'For some years I kept my Diary in a large folio ledger of my Mother's. My Sister Caroline found it and read it, which led me, lest others should read it, to destroy it, save such fragments as are within. GJH' (6pp) (1839-1845)

London Atheistical Society and Letters Written  HOLYOAKE/6/5  1845-1848

Contents:
Notebook containing:
- Handwritten membership lists of the London Atheistical Society with press cutting regarding the Society's aims and constitution (6pp) (undated)
- Handwritten lists by Holyoake of 5046 letters written by him to others (125pp) (1845-1848)

Fleet Street House Cash Book  HOLYOAKE/6/6  1858-1861

Contents:
Notebook containing handwritten accounts by Holyoake for Fleet Street House (147 Fleet Street) (50pp) (1858-1861)

'English Co-operation in French Literature'  HOLYOAKE/6/7  undated

Contents:
Volume containing handwritten manuscript by Holyoake of his work, 'English Co-operation in French Literature' (50pp)(undated)

'Self-Culture: Uses of Books'  HOLYOAKE/6/8  undated

Contents:
Volume containing handwritten, heavily annotated, manuscript by Holyoake of his work, 'Self-Culture: Uses of Books' (50pp)(undated)

'On Miracles, Parts 1 and 2'  HOLYOAKE/6/9  undated

Contents:
Printed copy of 'On Miracles, Parts 1 and 2' by Holyoake, published by the Freethought Publishing Company (24pp) (undated)

Letters of 'Ion', etc.  HOLYOAKE/6/10  1850-1855

Contents:
Scrapbook volume of press cuttings of letters to the press from 'Ion' (Holyoake) regarding prison reform, Continental revolutions, the suffrage question, Richard Cobden, impediments to progress, social reform and patriotism (27pp and one loose cutting) (1850-1855)

'People's Review of Literature and Progress'  HOLYOAKE/6/11  undated

Contents:
Notebook containing press cuttings of reviews from national and provincial newspapers of 'The People's Review of Literature and Progress, No.1', published by C.Mitchell (47pp) (undated)

Miscellaneous Manuscripts  HOLYOAKE/7  1839-1978

Contents:
Miscellaneous manuscripts relating to Holyoake's life and career, co-operation and secularism, along with press cuttings and ephemera, including material relating to mathematics, Brighton, spiritualism, trade unions, grammar, the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee, the Social Economist, along with papers relating to Holyoake's arrest in 1842, Fleet Street House, London, the Congress of Social Reformers, Leeds Secular Society, the Thomas Allsop Prize Essay Competition and the Polish Legion.

Mathematics (Analysis)  HOLYOAKE/7/1  undated

Contents:
Handwritten notes, possibly lecture notes, by Holyoake entitled 'Mathematics (Analysis)' (8pp) (undated)

'The Leader'  HOLYOAKE/7/2  1850-1857

Contents:
Includes:
1) Deed for shareholders in 'The Leader' newspaper (35pp) (13 August 1856)
2) Handwritten list detailing salaries for members of staff at 'The Leader' newspaper (2pp) (1849)
3) Printed complimentary note/slip from The Leader office containing details on advertising costs, with handwritten notes by Holyoake on reverse concerning shares in the newspaper (2pp) (June 1852)
4) Printed circular letter from the National Newspaper League Company Limited regarding books intended for notice in the first number of the newspaper 'The Dial' (1p) (19 December 1859)
5) Printed letter from Holyoake to Percy Grey regarding 'The Leader', with enclosed extract 'The Fourth Year of "The Leader"', reprinted from The Reasoner (10 June 1857)
6) Preliminary prospectus for shares in The Leader newspaper (4pp) (9 March 1857)

'The Advantages and Disadvantages of Trades Unions / The Child's First Reading Book'  HOLYOAKE/7/3  1853-1854

Contents:
Photocopies of the following pamphlets by Holyoake
- 'The Child's First Reading Book', published by James Watson, London (31pp) (1853)
- 'The Child's First Word Book', published by Holyoake and Co., London (19pp) (1854)
- 'The Advantages and Disadvantages of Trades Unions', published by Hardcastle, Sheffield (12pp)

Brighton  HOLYOAKE/7/4  1872-1904

Contents:
Includes:
1) Press cutting, 'Brighton School of Art and Science' from the Brighton Gazette (7pp) (12 September 1872)
2) Press cutting regarding a meeting of Brighton Town Council from the Brighton Guardian (3pp) (11 September 1872)
3) Press cutting, 'Brighton and Sussex School of Art and Science' from the Brighton Daily News (4pp) (7 September 1872)
4) Press cutting, 'Brighton Bye-laws' from the Sussex Daily ? (1p) (undated)
5) Press cutting regarding the Brighton Aquarium (1p) (12 June 1875)
6) Press cutting, 'A Quaker's Gift' from the Daily News (1p) (19 March 1879)
7) Press cutting, 'English Hotels: The Grand Hotel in Brighton' by Holyoake from The Gazette, Washington DC (1p) (5 November 1882)
8) Press cutting, 'Brighton Reform Club: Lecture on Eccentric Conservatives' from The Argus (1p) (3 February 1887)
9) Press cutting regarding a meeting of the Brighton Reform Club (1p) (3 February 1887)
10) Press cutting, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake on Tory Representation; from the Brighton Examiner (1p) (4 February 1887)
11) Press cutting regarding the visit of Mr Schnadhorst to Brighton Liberals from the Brighton Herald (1p) (5 February 1887)
12) Press cutting of letter, 'Sir Robert Peel for Brighton' by Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (16 October 1889)
13) Press cutting, 'Sale of Passive Resisters goods' from the Brighton Herald (1p) (undated)
14) Press cutting of letter, 'Curious Political Phenomenon in Brighton' by Holyoake (1p) (undated)
15) Press cutting, 'Mr Holyoake and the Church' (1p) (undated)
16) Press cutting, 'Mr Holyoake's Distress Warrant' from the Daily News (10 March ?)
17) Press cutting regarding Holyoake's campaign against bye-laws introduced by Brighton Town Council (1p) (undated)
18) Press cutting of letter, 'The Affair at Brighton' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (12 July 1892)
19) Press cutting of letter, 'A Turkish Bath for Brighton' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (1p) (14 February 1892)
20) Press cutting, 'The School Board' from the Brighton Examiner (3pp) (19 December 1893)
21) Press cutting of correspondence, 'The Salvation Army and Mr Holyoake' between Holyoake and Captain W.A.Munro from the Brighton Herald (1p) (31 August 1895)
22) Press cutting, 'Mr Holyoake Addresses the Brighton School Board' from the Co-operative News (1p) (30 December 1893)
23) Press cutting of letter, 'Brighton Bye-laws' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (25 May 1898)
24) Press cutting of letter, 'Brighton Bye-laws' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (11 June 1898)
25) Press cutting, 'Brighton Bye-laws: Another protest meeting / Gathering on the Beach' from the Sussex Daily News (1p) (5 May 1898)
26) Press cutting of letter regarding the Brighton Bye-laws and a beach protest from Holyoake (1p) (6 May ?)
27) Press cutting of letter regarding the Brighton Bye-laws from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (11 June 1898)
28) Press cutting, 'Bye-laws! Great Protest Meetings at Brighton' from the Sussex Daily News (1p) (17 May 1898)
29) Press cutting of letter, 'Brighton Town Council' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (18 September 1902)
30) Press cutting of letter, 'The White Elephant of Brighton' from Holyoake to the Brighton Gazette (1p) (18 December 1902)
31) Press cutting of letter, 'The Brighton Postmen's Dinner' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (18 February 1903)
32) Press cutting of letter, 'Is Brighton Decadent?' from E. Pluribus Unum to the Editor of the Brighton Herald (1p) (30 January 1904)
33) Press cutting of letter, 'Is it so?' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (1 February 1904)
34) Press cutting of letter, 'Is it so?' from H.J.Smith to the Editor of the Sussex Daily News (1p) (1 February 1904)
35)press cutting, 'More Passive Resisters at Brighton' from the Brighton Herald (1p) (12 March 1904)
36) Press cutting, 'The Priest as Highwayman' from the Daily News (1p)(14 March 1904)
37) Press cutting, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake a Resister' from the Daily Chronicle (March 1904)
38) Press cutting, 'Bad Old Times Reminder: Mr G.J.Holyoake Protest as a Passive Resister' from The Leader (7 April 1904)
39) Press cutting, 'Passive Resistance: Mr Holyoake's Goods Seized' from The Echo (1p) (10 April 1904)
40) Press cutting of letter, 'Civic Demoralisation' from Holyoake to the Editor of the Daily News (1p) (18 April 1904)

Congress of Social Reformers  HOLYOAKE/7/5  1850

Contents:
Handwritten minutes of the Congress of Social Reformers, held at Farringdon Hall, Snow Hill, London, and chaired by Lloyd Jones (16pp) (13-16 May 1850)

Spiritualism  HOLYOAKE/7/6  1865-1901

Contents:
Includes:
1) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake's Explanation' from Andrew Leighton to the Editor of the Spiritual Times (1p) (11 March 1865)
2) Press cutting, 'Moody and Sankey' from the Boston Investigator (1p) (undated)
3) Press cutting, 'The Public Performances of the Dead; On the Dark Davenport S,ances' from the Newcastle Chronicle (4pp) (7 January 1865)
4) Press cutting, 'The Disquieting Activity of the Dead' by Holyoake (4pp) (23 September 1901)
5) Press cutting, 'Prince of Spiritualists:: A Glance at Dear "Julia"' by Holyoake (6pp) (15 November 1901)
6) Press cutting, 'Spiritualists Appraised' by Holyoake (1p) (26 November 1901)
7) Press cutting, 'The Prince of Spiritualists: Marvels of the Julia Revelation' by Holyoake (1p) (22 November 1901)
8) Press cutting, 'Questionableness of Spiritualism' (3pp) (30 October ?)
9) Press cutting, 'Questionableness of Spiritualism' from the Eastern Post (5pp) (31 October 1869)
10) Press cutting, 'Questionableness of Spiritualism' from the Eastern Post (2pp) (13 November 1869)
11) Press cutting, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake and the Davenports' from the Spiritual Times (2pp) (21 January 1865)
12) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr Holyoake, the Davenport Brothers and Spiritualism' from Andrew Leighton to the Editor of the Spiritual Times (1p) (4 February 1865)

Social Economist, Co-operative News and the Co-operative Newspaper Company  HOLYOAKE/7/7  1869-1873

Contents:
Includes:
1) Printed notice by the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited regarding the resolution to establish and maintain the newspaper 'The Co-operative News' by William Nuttall (2pp) (June 1871)
2) Printed promotional prospectus for 'The Co-operative News', with application form for subscription (3pp) (June 1871)
3) Printed circular letter from the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited regarding the Society's accounts and dates for a next meeting (2pp) (December 1873)
4) Questionnaire from the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited regarding the administration of 'The Co-operative News' (1p) (undated)
5) Subscription form for 'The Co-operative News' (2 copies) (1p) (1871)
6) Handwritten copy of the resolution made at the Co-operative Conference Committee not to finance the 'Social Economist' or any other journal (2 copies; one in Holyoake's hand) (1p) (September 1869)
7) Handwritten notes by Holyoake of the resolutions of the Co-operative Conference Committee meetings regarding the Social Economist and the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited, with note to William Nuttall (4pp) (March - September 1869)
8) Printed circular from the Co-operative Newspaper Society Limited regarding the progress of the 'Co-operative News' and the Society's finances (3pp) (April 1873)
9 ) Printed prospectus for the Co-operative Newspaper Society and 'The Co-operative News' (2pp) (June 1871)

Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee / Taxes on Knowledge  HOLYOAKE/7/8  1849-1860

Contents:
Includes:
1) Printed prospectus for the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee featuring list of committee and short history (3 copies) (2pp) (19 September 1849)
2) Printed statement, 'To the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament Assembled: The Petition of the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee' (4pp) (1849)
3) Reprint of article, 'Taxes on Knowledge: Deputation to the Premier' from the Daily News (2pp) (12 March 1850)
4) Printed circular letter from C.D.Collet of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge, with attached prospectus for the Association (3pp) (14 February 1851)
5) Financial report of the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee (2pp) (19 February 1851)
6) List of members of Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge, with note of receipts and expenditure (1p) (February 1851)
7) Circular printed letter from C.Dobson Collet of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge regarding how far the existing unstamped publications are obstructed by the law which forbids them to publish news, with questionnaire and list of committee members (2 copies) (3pp) (15 October 1851)
8) Reprint of article, 'Taxes on Knowledge' from the Hull Advertiser (1p) (28 November 1851)
9) Printed statement, ' The Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge, to the Advertisers of Great Britain', with lists of members and their voting decisions (5pp) (1851)
10) Pamphlet, 'A Statement showing the Injurious Effects of the Excise Tax upon Paper, the Tax upon Advertisements, and the Stamp Tax upon Newspapers', published by the Birmingham Association for the Abolition of the Taxes on Knowledge (8pp) (1850)
11) First Annual Report of the Committee of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (4pp) (undated)
12) Printed flyer for the General Election listing those metropolitan MPs who voted against Mr Milner Gibson's motion for the repeal of the taxes on knowledge (2 copies) (2pp) (24 March 1852)
13) Second Annual Report of the Committee of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (4pp) (8 January 1851)
14) Report by Richard Cobden of the Finance Committee of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (2pp) (25 March 1852)
15) Circular printed letter from the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge regarding the Advertisement Duty, the Association's campaign and subscriptions (4pp) (31 August 1853)
16) Financial report for the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (1p) (1852)
17) Printed notes by C.Hoggins on a legal case involving unstamped newspapers (1p) (12 January 1853)
18) Printed list of votes on the question of the total repeal of the advertising duty (2pp) (1 July 1853)
19) Financial report of the Manchester Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (4pp) (2 August 1853)
20) Analysis of the Division Lists on the Taxes on Knowledge (4pp) (14 April 1853)
21) Gazette of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (No.7) (16pp) (December 1953)
22) Printed pamphlet, 'Advice to the Publishers of Unstamped Publications', reprinted from the No.7 Gazette of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (4pp) (7 January 1854)
23) Circular printed letter from the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge regarding a resolution by Thomas Milner Gibson and pointing out anomalies in the Newspaper Law (2pp) (9 May 1854)
24) Gazette of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (No.11) (16pp) (May 1854)
25) Printed circular letter from C.Dobson Collet of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge regarding resolutions on the laws relating to stamp duty on newspapers by Sir George Cornewall Lewis (1p) (17 March 1855)
26) Gazette of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (No.16) (20pp) (December 1854)
27) Printed statement 'To the People of the United Kingdom' by the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge, with accounts and list of senior membership (4pp) (1850)
28) Printed letter by Richard Moore and C.D.Collet of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge regarding resolutions imposed by Lord Palmerston (1p) (5 July 1860)
29) Printed address to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell by the Electors of the City of London regarding taxes on knowledge (2pp) (undated)
30) Printed circular letter requesting attendance at a special meeting of the Committee of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge (1p) (21 October 1856)
31) Printed address of the Association for Promoting the Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge to William Ewart Gladstone regarding taxes on knowledge (8pp) (undated)
32) Printed petition of the Newspaper Stamp Abolition Committee to the House of Commons (4pp) (undated)

Thomas Allsop Prize Essay Competition  HOLYOAKE/7/9  1886

Contents:
Includes:
1) Printed statement noting judges and winners of the Thomas Allsop essay prize on the subject "Assuming the tenets of Christianity to be disproved what would be the social and moral effects of the discontinuance of its teachings and the abolition of its institutions" (1p) (undated)
2) Prospectus for the Thomas Allsop essay prize (2 copies) (1p) (undated)
3) Extract of letter to Holyoake from unknown author regarding the title of the Thomas Allsop prize essay, with handwritten notes by Holyoake on reverse (1p) (9 May 1886)
4) Handwritten notes by Holyoake of schedules for the publicity and completion of the Thomas Allsop prize essay competition (5pp) (1886)

Leeds Secular Society  HOLYOAKE/7/10  1918

Contents:
Includes:
1) Completed National Secular Society application for permission to form a branch of the National Secular Society by residents of Leeds (1p) (8 June 1918)
2) Letter from A.Radley, secretary of the Leeds Secular Society, to Edith M.Vance regarding the establishment of Leeds Secular Society (2pp) (8 June 1918)
3) Letter from Edith M.Vance to A.Radley questioning the assimilation of Leeds Secular Society (2pp) (12 June 1918)
4) Letter from A.Radley, secretary of the Leeds Secular Society, to Edith M.Vance regarding the establishment of Leeds Secular Society (2pp) (13 June 1918)
5) Letter from Edith M.Vance to Greevz Fysher regarding the assimilation of Leeds Secular Society and concerning the experience with branches of the NSS in general (2pp) (17 June 1918)
6)letter from Greevz Fysher to Edith M.Vance regarding the establishment of a branch of the NSS in Leeds and concerning general matters (2pp) (18 June 1918)
7) Letter from Edith M.Vance to A.Radley requesting various information regarding Leeds Secular Society (1p) (20 June 1918)
8) Letter from Edith M.Vance to Greevz Fysher regarding general matters (1p) (21 June 1918)
9) Letter from Edith M.Vance to A.Radley requesting various information regarding Leeds Secular Society (1p) (29 June 1918)
10) Letter from A.Radley to Edith M.Vance providing information concerning Leeds Secular Society (2pp) (30 June 1918)
11) Letter from A.Radley to Edith M.Vance regarding an individual's membership of the NSS and the establishment of Leeds Secular Society (2pp) (15 July 1918)
12) Letter from Edith M.Vance to A.Radley regarding NSS membership (1p) (16 July 1918)
13) Letter from A.Radley to Edith M.Vance regarding the assimilation of Leeds Secular Society and the NSS membership of Thomas A Jackson (1p) (23 July 1918)
14) Membership card for Leeds Secular Society (undated)
15) Letter from Edith M.Vance to A.Radley questioning the assimilation of Leeds Secular Society (1p) (28 July 1918)
16) Letter from A.Radley to Edith M.Vance regarding the assimilation of Leeds Secular Society and arrangements for a lecture (2pp) (19 August 1918)

'The Paris Revolution of 1848'  HOLYOAKE/7/11  undated

Contents:
Handwritten draft of pamphlet, 'The Paris Revolution of the People (Working Classes) and the Counter-revolution of the Congresses (Monied Classes), 1848-1850, in one view' by Mr Alhusen of Kiel, Denmark (24pp) (undated)

Co-operative Movement  HOLYOAKE/7/12  1868-1978

Contents:
Includes:
1) Prospectus by the Central Co-operative Agency for a proposed co-operative congress to be held in London in February 1869 (3pp) (October 1868)
2) Printed statement to the delegates assembled at the Co-operative Congress at Bolton by Walter Morrison, with attached voting form (3pp) (April 1872)
3) Printed circular letter, 'A Voice from the Grave' from Anne Pickering of the Co-operative Credit Bank regarding a conspiracy against the success of the bank (3pp) (27 December 1877)
4) Printed extract from the proceedings of a United Board meeting of the Central Co-operative Board (3pp) (5 September 1879)
5) Printed statement, 'Evidence offered by the Labour Association for Promoting Co-operative Production, based on the Co-Partnership of the Workers, to the Royal Commission on Labour' (9pp) (c1893)
6) Printed circular letter from J.C.Gray of the Co-operative Union Limited regarding the petition of all Scottish Members of Parliament following the Government's decision to withdraw from the new code for Evening Continuation Schools and other matters (1p) (21 August 1893)
7) Circular notice of the unveiling of the Holyoake Memorial in Highgate Cemetery, London on 9 November (sent to George Howell) (1p) (1 November 1907)
8) Prospectus for the First International Co-operative Congress, held at the Society of Arts, London, featuring text of opening paper, 'An International Co-operative Alliance' by E.O.Greening and resolutions of the Congress (8pp) (19 - 23 August 1895)
9) Cutting of article, 'Ralahine Labour Notes of Ireland, 1831-33' by David Lee from Coins and Medals (2pp) (May 1978)
10) Press cutting, 'Co-operative Congress: Mr Gray's Inaugural Address: Birmingham and the Movement' from the Birmingham Daily Mail (1p) (4 June 1906)

Warrant for Holyoake's Arrest  HOLYOAKE/7/13  1842

Contents:
Handwritten warrant by Constables for Gloucestershire for Holyoake's arrest on charges of blasphemy after lecturing in Cheltenham (2pp) (3 June 1842)

Proposal of Fleet Street House and Agency  HOLYOAKE/7/14  undated

Contents:
Handwritten paper, 'Proposal for a Provincial News and Book Agency', written in hand by Rowland Young,, containing plans for the establishment of Fleet Street House and Holyoake and Co. (3pp) (undated)

'A Bill for the Better Security of Grammar'  HOLYOAKE/7/15  1848

Contents:
Includes:
1) Handwritten draft, 'A Bill for the Better Security of Grammar' by Holyoake (9pp) (December 1848)
2) Handwritten draft, 'A Bill for the Better Security of Grammar' by Holyoake (12pp) (1848)

Miscellaneous  HOLYOAKE/7/16  1839-1898

Contents:
Includes:
1) Facsimiles of the signatures of Elizar Holiok and John Holyoake from a copy of 'The General Laws and Liberties of the Massachusetts Colony', held by the City Library Association, Springfield, Massachusetts (2 copies) (1p) (undated)
2) Letter to P.A.Taylor from Holyoake regarding a placard and Mr Walpole (4pp) (28 July 1865)
3) Card to Holyoake from 'GJH' congratulating him on his 80th birthday, with accompanying envelope (1p) (13 April 1897)
4) Handwritten note by Holyoake, 'Statement relative to Lawrence Street Chapel' concerning the purchase and refurbishment of the chapel (4pp) (12 June 1840)
5) Three handwritten letters by Holyoake to H.J.Jennings of the Working Men's College regarding facts on the College's history (3pp) (February 1889 - September 1894)
6) Letter from Holyoake to 'Levy' regarding a meeting to discuss the 'Westminster Review' (3pp) (undated)
7) Comments on the winners work in a prize essay competition by George Grote, T.Southwood-Smith and J.H.Gilbert (2pp) (27 August 1849)
8) Handwritten draft chapter headings by Holyoake for a suggested autobiography entitled, 'Adventures of a Propagandist: An Autobiography in One Hundred Chapters' (1p) (undated)
9) Handwritten copy of poem 'My Last Words' by Holyoake from Charles Kingsley's book 'Alton Locke' (1p) (undated)
10) Handwritten resolution/expedient by Holyoake regarding the establishment of Wednesday nights as an Open Council night (1p) (3 December ?)
11) Handwritten notice by Holyoake regarding the Co-operative Newspaper Company and the decision a co-operative newspaper, written at William Nuttall's request (1p) (undated)
12) Letter from Holyoake to B.Knowles suggesting books on co-operation (3pp) (11 December 1898)
13) Letter from W.D.Pemberton to W.J.Fox regarding a medal and his brother's (Charles Pemberton) papers (1p) (undated)
14) Handwritten notes by Holyoake of comments and reviews from various newspapers concerning his trial, 'The Movement' and a dissertation (1p) (undated)
15) Note to Holyoake from Thornton Hunt regarding a letter to 'Sir Joshua' (not enclosed) (1p) (undated)
16) Handwritten notes in unidentified hand regarding Mr Hewson (1p) (undated)
17) Envelope addressed to Holyoake at 147 Fleet Street, with wax seal (1p) (undated)
18) Handwritten notes on legal concerns over the validity of Trustees of a Society of Religious Rationalists by solicitor N.Powell (2pp) (16 September 1840)
19) Handwritten extract by Holyoake copied from K.Jones' discussion with Rev.J.Barker on the influences of Christianity at Oldham (1p) (February 1839)
20) Printed statement by Holyoake and H.L.Braekstad regarding the formation and aims of the Liberty of Bequests Committee (1p) (undated)
21) Handwritten extract in unidentified hand from the diary of Henry Crabbe Robinson (1p) (1857)
22) Circular letter from the National Safe Deposit Company Limited regarding the quality of their safes and services (1p) (22 July 1879)
23) Miscellaneous and unidentified pages of handwritten notes by Holyoake and others (24pp) (undated)
24) Handwritten testimonial of Committee of pupils at the Birmingham Mechanics Institution that Holyoake should become their tutor due to the death of the previous teacher (1p) (14 September 1839)

Polish Legion  HOLYOAKE/7/17  c1848

Contents:
Handwritten statement regarding the formation of a Committee and campaign to raise subscriptions for Polish exiles who had taken part in revolutions in Hungary and South-Western Germany during 1848 and were now refugees in England with list of subscribers (2pp) (c1848)

Miscellaneous Articles  HOLYOAKE/8  1893

Contents:
Miscellaneous galley proofs of printed copies of articles by Holyoake on various topics.

Galley Proofs  HOLYOAKE/8/1  undated

Contents:
Galley proofs of the following articles by Holyoake:
- 'It is ever the few who move the world' (1p) (undated)
- 'Strange Features of a Late Trial' (1p) (undated)
- 'Wayside Letters: 98 - Things Seen at the Festival' (1p) (undated)
- 'Women under Christianity' (1p) (undated)
- 'Introduction' (annotated by Holyoake) (1p) (undated)
- 'A Temple of Progress' (1p) (undated)
- 'A Lost Republican Opportunity' (1p) (undated)
- 'Lost Words on Agnosticism' (1p) (undated)
- 'Co-operative Propaganda' (1p) (undated)
- 'Definitions of "Unsectarian"' (1p) (undated)
- 'My Religious Days' (3 copies) (4pp) (undated)
- 'Mr G.J.Holyoake's speech' (1p) (undated)
- 'Illiberal Liberalism' by Dr Lewis G.Janes (1p) (undated)

Galley Proofs  HOLYOAKE/8/2  1893

Contents:
Galley proofs of the following articles by Holyoake:
- 'A Statement of Secular Principles' (1p) (undated)
- 'The Progress of Twenty-five Years: Scientific, Political and Social' (6pp) (undated)
- 'Some Aspects of the Crystal Palace Festival' (1p) (undated)
- 'The Success of an Experiment' (1p) (undated)
- 'A Warpath Paper' (1p) (undated)
- 'Wayside Letters: 83 - The Right of Labour to Participation in Profit' (1p) (undated)
- 'Jurisprudence Department: Repression of Crime Section' featuring a question by Holyoake on the possibility of prisons becoming self-supporting (3pp) (undated)
- 'Mrs Ernestine L.Rose: Mr Holyoake's address at her grave' (annotated by Holyoake) (1p) (1893)
- 'The Future of the Commonwealth: A Suggestion' (1p) (undated)
- 'Political Economy and Sun-spots' (1p) (undated)
- 'Origin and Vicissitudes of Co-operation' (2pp) (undated)
- 'Two Great Triumphs of Democracy' (2pp) (undated)

Biographical Material  HOLYOAKE/9  1875-1917

Contents:
Press cuttings and extracts from journals concerning biographical details of Holyoake, his life and work, along with articles and obituary material concerning Holyoake published following his death in 1906.

Press Cuttings and Extracts from Journals  HOLYOAKE/9/1 (Part 1)  1875-1903

Contents:
1) Front page of the journal 'The Beehive' featuring head and shoulders of Holyoake (1p) (5 June 1875)
2) Press cutting of article regarding the presentation of a portrait from fellow co-operators at Crystal Palace (1p) (undated)
3) Press cutting of article, 'Eminent Co-operators: George Jacob Holyoake' from the Co-operative News (1p) (undated)
4) Small press cutting of article regarding Holyoake being ill (1p) (undated)
5) Small press cutting of article, 'Relics of Bygone Agitations' regarding a historical sword owned by Holyoake from the Newcastle Daily Chronicle (1p) (13 September 1877)
6) Small press cutting of article, 'Autotype Portrait of Mr Holyoake' from The Secular Review (1p) (10 August 1878)
7) Press cutting of article, 'Prominent Politicians: XXXVIII- George Jacob Holyoake' from The Newcastle Examiner (5pp) (3 June 1881)
8) Press cutting of letter 'To George Jacob Holyoake' from 'Champion' to the Editor of the Liverpool Weekly Post (2pp) (19 August 1882)
9) Press cutting of article regarding a lecture on Holyoake delivered at the Freethought Hall, St Catherine Street by George Iles (2pp) (1885)
10) Press cutting of article, 'Un altro apostolo della Cooperazione', featuring small head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake, from Il Secolo (11-12 October 1886)
11) Press cutting, 'George Jacob Holyoake', featuring small head and shoulders illustration, from the Chronicle Literar..? (2pp) (27 November 1886)
12) Small press cutting of article regarding the presentation of flag, which took Garibaldi's 'Thousand' to Marsala, to Holyoake from the Southern Weekly News (1p) (2 July 1887)
13) Press cutting of article containing biography of Holyoake from the Town and Country Journal (1p) (11 February 1888)
14) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from The Co-operative News (1p) ('31 March 1888)
15) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from The Birmingham Weekly Post (3pp) (7 April 1888)
16) Front page of The National Guardian, printed in Calcutta, featuring head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake, with accompanying article on Holyoake (2pp) (8 August 1890)
17) Press cutting of letter 'Mr G.J.Holyoake' from George Julian Harney (1p) (15 November 1890)
18) Press cutting of handwritten letter by Holyoake regarding Hoe's Sauce from The Co-operative News (1p) (30 May 1891)
19) Press cutting of portrait of Holyoake presented to him by Lady Florence Dixie (1p) (undated)
20) Press cutting of letter, 'Hypocrisy in Marriage' by Holyoake to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (undated)
21) Press cutting of article, 'A Chat with Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from the Weekly Star (3pp) (18 June 1892)
22) Front cover of The Freethinker featuring head and shoulders portrait of and biographical article on Holyoake (3pp) (5 February 1893)
23) Press cutting of article, 'Capital and Labour Men: George Jacob Holyoake' from Work (1p) (4 February 1893)
24) Press cutting of biographical article on Holyoake from The Co-operative News (3pp) (13 February 1893)
25) Small press cutting of articles, 'Accident to Mr G.J.Holyoake' and 'The Health of Mr Holyoake' from the Sussex Daily News (1p) (23 September 1893)
26) Press cutting of article, 'An Explanation' regarding corrections to a previous biographical piece of Holyoake from the Co-operative Herald (1p) (October 1893)
27) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake', featuring head and shoulders illustration, from The Agricultural Economist (1p) (1 April 1894)
28) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George J.Holyoake: The Co-operative Pioneer' from Christian World (3pp) (5 April 1894)
29) Press cutting of article, 'Men of Mark-No.27: George Jacob Holyoake', featuring head and shoulders illustration, from Reynold's Newspaper (1p) (21 October 1894)
30) Press cutting of article, 'Literary Chats: VI - With George Jacob Holyoake' from The Literary Guide (3pp) (1 June 1895)
31) Press cutting of article, 'Mr G.J.Holyoake at Home' from The Echo (2pp) (1 October 1895)
32) Press cutting of article containing biographical details on Holyoake from The Nottingham Daily ? (1p) (9 March 1896)
33) Press cutting of article, 'Men of Mark-No.27: George Jacob Holyoake', featuring head and shoulders illustration, from Reynold's Newspaper (1p) (21 October 1894)
34) Press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's 80th Birthday' from the Westminster Gazette (1p) (13 April 1897)
35) Press cutting of articles regarding a speech by Holyoake at the National Liberal Club from The Star (1p) (13 April 1897)
36) Press cutting of article, 'A Birmingham Worthy' from the Daily Argus (1p) (21 August 1899)
37) Press cutting of article, 'George Jacob Holyoake' from The Plymouth Co-operative Record (2pp) (1898)
38) Press cutting of article, 'Commercial Conversations - with George Jacob Holyoake', featuring upper body photograph of Holyoake seated (incomplete) (1p) (25 March 1899)
39) Press cutting of article, 'A man who did much: 60 years of reform labour: A chat with George Holyoake' from The Weekly Dispatch (1p) (3 May 1903)
40) Press cutting of article, 'A Veteran Reformer: Mr G.J.Holyoake at Home: Special Interview' from The Daily News (1p) (5 May 1903)
41) Press cutting of article, 'The GOM of Co-operation: Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from the Norwich and District Co-operative Herald (2pp) (undated)
42) Press cutting of article, 'George Jacob Holyoake: His speech on the 86th anniversary of his birth' from The Truth Seeker (2pp) (30 May 1903)
43) Press cutting of article, 'The Holyoake Reception' from the South Place Magazine (4pp) (May 1903)
44) Small press cutting containing biographical details on Holyoake on his 87th birthday from The Daily News (1p) (13 April 1904)
45) Small press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake and Professor Goldwin Smith' from The Co-operative News (1p) (25 June 1904)
46) Press cutting of poem, 'A New Year's Greeting to our GOM' from The Co-operative News (1p) (24 December 1904)
47) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from The Young Man (1p) (December 1904)
48) Press cutting of article, 'A Tribute to Mr Holyoake' by J. McCabe from Ethics (2pp) (25 April 1903)
49) Small press cutting regarding a reception for Holyoake's 86th birthday hosted by the South Place Ethical Society from The Weekly Times and Echo (1p) (26 April 1903)
50) Small press cutting of article, 'Father of Co-operation' from The Weekly Dispatch (1p) (26 April 1903)

Press Cuttings and Extracts from Journals  HOLYOAKE/9/1 (Part 2)  1903-1917

Contents:
51) Press cutting of article, 'Random Jottings' regarding Holyoake's 86th birthday celebrations hosted by the South Place Ethical Society from the Literary Guide (1p) (1 May 1903)
52) Press cutting of article, 'Veteran of the Press: G.J.Holyoake', with head and shoulders portrait of Holyoake, from The Journalist and Newspaper Proprietor (1p) (June 1903)
53) Press cutting of article, 'Appreciation of Mr Holyoake' from the Scottish Co-operator (1p) (1 May 1903)
54) Press cutting of article, 'National Democratic League: Mr G.J.Holyoake at Home', with head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake, from Reynolds Newspaper (2pp) (10 May 1903)
55) Press cutting of article, 'An Old Birmingham Chartist: Interesting Gathering in London' from the Birmingham Daily Mail (1p) (21 April 1903)
56) Press cutting of article regarding the Holyoake's 86th birthday celebrations hosted by the South Place Ethical Society from the Birmingham Daily Post (1p) (21 April 1903)
57) Small press cutting of article regarding the Holyoake's 86th birthday celebrations hosted by the South Place Ethical Society from New Age (1p) (23 April 1903)
58) Press cutting containing biographical details concerning Holyoake on the occasion of his 86th birthday from Scottish Co-operator (1p) (24 April 1903)
59) Press cutting of article regarding the Holyoake's 86th birthday celebrations hosted by the South Place Ethical Society from The Co-operative News (1p) (25 April 1903)
60) Press cutting of article, 'Our GOM: Reception to Mr G.J.Holyoake' from The Co-operative News (1p) (25 April 1903)
61-67) Press cuttings of articles regarding the Holyoake's 86th birthday celebrations hosted by the South Place Ethical Society at the South Place Chapel, Finsbury from The Echo, The Daily News, The Sun, the Morning Leader and the Brighton Gazette (7pp) (April 1903)
68) Press cutting of article, 'An Hour with George Jacob Holyoake' from The Postman's Gazette (2pp) (11 January 1902)
69) Press cutting containing biographical details concerning Holyoake on the occasion of his 85th birthday, with head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake, from The Western Weekly News (2pp) (17 May 1902)
70) Press cutting containing biographical details concerning Holyoake on the occasion of his 85th birthday from The Daily News (1p) (12 April 1902)
71-77) Press cuttings of articles regarding the Holyoake's 86th birthday celebrations hosted by the South Place Ethical Society at the South Place Chapel, Finsbury from the Leicester Gazette, The Sun, The Agnostic Journal, the Westminster Gazette, the Daily Chronicle and the Daily Graphic (7pp) (April 1903)
78) Press cutting of article, 'Great Careers: George Jacob Holyoake' from IOU (1p) (4 January 1902)
79) Press cutting of article, 'A Chat with Mr Holyoake: Veteran of Reform' (1p) (28 May 1901)
80) Press cutting of article, 'A Veteran Reformer / The Stirring Times of the Past', featuring head and shoulders photograph of Holyoake (1p) (28 December 1901)
81) Press cutting of article, 'An Hour with George Jacob Holyoake' from The Postman's Gazette (2pp) (11 January 1902)
82) Press cutting of article, 'Our Circle' from The Co-operative News (1p) (7 January 1905)
83) Press cutting of poem, 'To George Jacob Holyoake' by Allen Upward from The Co-operative News (14 January 1905)
84) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George Jacob Holyoake', featuring head and shoulders portrait of Holyoake, from Home Chat (4 November 1905)
85) Press cutting of article, 'Competition Award', featuring upper body illustration of Holyoake walking with E.O.Greening (1p) (undated)
86) Press cutting of article, 'The Founder of the Co-operative Movement', featuring upper body portrait of Holyoake, from the Illustrated News (1p) (16 September 1905)
87) Press cutting concerning the death of Holyoake from The Working Men's College Journal (1p) (February 1906)
88) Press cutting of article, 'Funeral of Mr Holyoake' from The Daily Chronicle (3pp) (29 January 1906)
89) Press cutting of article, 'The Funeral of Mr Holyoake: An Impressive Ceremony', with illustration of the grave and attendees, from Reynolds Newspaper (3pp) (28 January 1906)
90) Press cutting of article, 'The Last Tributes to George Jacob Holyoake' from The Literary Guide (2pp) (1 March 1906)
91) Press cutting of article, 'A Born Agitator: Strenuous Life in Freedom's Cause', featuring head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake, from The Daily News (1p) (23 January 1906)
92) Press cutting of article, 'Funeral of Mr Holyoake: Mr John Burns and Dr Clifford Present' from The Daily News (2pp) (29 January 1906)
93) Press cutting of poem, 'Holyoake' by Eden Phillpotts from The Literary Guide (1p) (February 1906)
94) Press cutting of article, 'Funeral of Mr G.J.Holyoake: Impressive Ceremony at Golder's Green' from The Co-operative News (1p) (3 February 1906)
95) Press cutting of article, 'Will of the late Mr.G.J.Holyoake' from The Tribune (1p) (11 April 1906)
96) Photocopy of press cutting of letter, 'G.J.Holyoake as a Lecturer' from John T.Page from Notes and Queries (1p) (24 March 1906)
97) Press cutting of article, 'Mr George Meredith on the late Mr Holyoake' from Tribune (1p) (2 May 1906)
98) Photocopy of press cutting regarding a bibliography of Holyoake by Ralph Thomas from Notes and Queries (1p) (9 June 1906)
99) Photocopy of press cutting regarding a bibliography of Holyoake by Charles William Goss from Notes and Queries (1p) (23 June 1906)
100) Photocopy of press cutting regarding a bibliography of Holyoake by Ralph Thomas from Notes and Queries (1p) (28 July 1906)
101) Press cutting of article, 'Address at the Grave by George Jacob Holyoake' from The Daily News (1p) (15 September 1906)
102) Press cutting of article, 'The "Holyoake" Memorial: His Bust by Mr Albert Toft' from The Co-operative News (1p) (12 October 1907)
103) Reprint of article, 'Honouring a True Man: Dr Rev Clifford unveils the Bust of George Jacob Holyoake', featuring picture from the unveiling, from The Literary Guide (2pp) (January 1908)
104) Press cutting of illustration of the unveiling of the Holyoake Memorial from the Daily Graphic (1p) (11 November 1907)
105) Press cutting of article, 'Honouring a True Man: Dr Rev Clifford unveils the Bust of George Jacob Holyoake', featuring picture from the unveiling, from The Co-operative News (3pp) (10 November 1907)
106) Press cutting of article, 'Holyoake House: Opening of the Co-operative Union's New Offices', including photographs of the inside of Holyoake House and reprints of speeches by E.O.Greening and Emilie Holyoake Marsh at the opening, from The Co-operative News (7pp) (18 November 1911)
107) Small press cutting of article, 'Holyoake' from The Star (1p) (13 April 1917)
108) Press cutting of articles concerning Holyoake and the Holyoake Centenary Celebrations, including reproduction of photograph of Holyoake and a commemorative acrostic from The Co-operative News (5pp) (14 April 1917)
109) Press cutting of article, 'The Holyoake Centenary: A Glimpse at the Bishopsgate Institute Collection' from The Co-operative News (1p) (14 April 1917)
110) Envelope of unlabelled and undated cuttings concerning Holyoake and the Co-operative Printing Society (3pp) (undated)

Photocopies of Posthumous Articles  HOLYOAKE/9/3  1906

Contents:
Includes:
- Photocopy of article, 'Literature and Progress' concerning Holyoake from The Millgate Monthly (2pp) (1906)
- Photocopy of article, 'Modern Influences: George Jacob Holyoake' by W.Henry Brown from The Millgate Monthly (5pp) (1905)
- Photocopy of article, 'From a Millgate Window' concerning the unveiling of the Holyoake memorial (2pp) (undated)
- Photocopies of photographs of Holyoake standing with E.O.Greening, the Greening and Holyoake families sitting in a garden, Holyoake working in his garden,, the Holyoake Memorial and Eastern Lodge, Brighton (Holyoake's residence 1886 - 1906) (5pp) (1906)
- Photocopies of posthumous mentions of Holyoake in the letters section of Notes and Queries (10pp) (February - June 1906)

Travelling Tax Abolition Committee  HOLYOAKE/10  1877-1901

Contents:
Minute books of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, of which Holyoake was Chairman, including handwritten minutes and printed statements, circulars and Committee documents pasted into each volume, along with loose circulars, ephemera and press cuttings concerning the Committee and its work.

Minute Book  HOLYOAKE/10/1  1877-1885

Contents:
Minute book of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, of which Holyoake was Chairman, including handwritten minutes and printed statements, circulars and Committee documents pasted into volume (441pp) (30 October 1877 - 27 April 1885)

Minute Book  HOLYOAKE/10/2  1885-1890

Contents:
Minute books of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, of which Holyoake was Chairman, including handwritten minutes and printed statements, circulars and Committee documents pasted into volume (376pp) (11 May 1885 - 9 June 1890)

Minute Book  HOLYOAKE/10/3  1890-1895

Contents:
Minutes book of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, of which Holyoake was Chairman, including handwritten minutes and printed statements, circulars and Committee documents pasted into volume (421pp) (23 June 1890 - 24 June 1895)

Minute Book  HOLYOAKE/10/4  1895-1898

Contents:
Minutes book of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee, of which Holyoake was Chairman, including handwritten minutes and printed statements, circulars and Committee documents pasted into volume (301pp) (19 August 1895 - 4 November 1898)

Circulars and Ephemera  HOLYOAKE/10/5  1880-1901

Contents:
Includes:
- Reprint of article, 'Taxes on Travelling: Interview with Mr George Jacob Holyoake' from Commerce (4pp) (29 March 1899)
- Galley proof of article, 'The Railway Coercion Bill', to be presented at a meeting of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee (2pp) (29 March 1886)
- Galley proof of circular, 'Correspondence with the Chancellor of the Exchequer' (1p) (19 March 1886)
- Galley proof of circular, 'Memorial to the Right Honourable George Joachim Goschen MP., Chancellor of the Exchequer' (1p) (19 March 1888)
- Circular, 'Insidious Effects of the Railway Passenger Duty' (1p) (undated)
- Printed circular letter, 'The Short Petition to the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament Assembled' from Holyoake (2pp) (undated)
- Printed circular regarding the petition submitted by the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee to the House of Commons (4pp) (8 May 1886)
- Printed circular, 'Recognition of Twenty-four years Special Service by Mr G.J.Holyoake as Chairman of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee' by Robert Applegarth (3pp) (1901)
- Printed circular, 'Copy from the Manuscript of a Petition to the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament Assembled' from Holyoake (1p) (undated)
- Printed extract from Holyoake's 'A Stranger in America' entitled 'The British Tax on Travelling: What is thought of it in America' (1p) (July 1880)
- Printed circular, 'Petition to the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament Assembled' from Holyoake (1p) (21 March 1888)
- Handwritten notes by Holyoake of questions asked of the Midland Company concerning railway duty with answers received (3pp) (undated)

Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/10/6  1879-1901

Contents:
Press cutting of letters from Holyoake to national and local newspapers in his role as Chairman of the Travelling Tax Abolition Committee concerning travelling tax and taxation on railway travel (1879-1901)

Garibaldi Special Fund Committee  HOLYOAKE/11  1860-1905

Contents:
Minutes and papers of the Garibaldi Special Fund Committee, including Central Committee minutes, muster roll, ephemera, press cuttings and fund certificates recording members of the British Legion of excursionists to Italy, along with more general material relating to Garibaldi, Italian Unification and reaction in England, including cuttings from the Illustrated London News and secondary articles.

Central Committee Minutes  HOLYOAKE/11/1  1860-1861

Contents:
Handwritten minutes of the Central Committee of the Garibaldi Special Fund, held at the Volunteer Service Club, St James', London, covering forty-two meetings of the Committee, with three loose pages of handwritten notes (96pp) (27 August 1860 - 1 March 1861)

Muster Roll of the British Legion  HOLYOAKE/11/2  c1860

Contents:
Volume containing handwritten muster roll of men who volunteered at Salisbury Street, London, to take part in the British Legion excursion to Italy, divided alphabetically and listing name, address, regiment and age, with handwritten explanatory notes by Holyoake at front, with five loose handwritten pages of lists (65pp)(c1860)

Ephemera and Fund Certificates  HOLYOAKE/11/3  1860-1907

Contents:
Includes:
1) Handbill, 'To the Garibaldi Excursionists' containing statement by 'One of the Committee', with 'A Few Words to the Officers and Soldiers of the Army of Italy, by General Garibaldi' on reverse (2pp) (September 1860)
2) Handbill of poem, 'The British Garibaldians' by William H.Embling of University College, London, published in aid of the Garibaldi Fund (1p) (undated)
3) Handbill of poem, 'The English Excursionists' by William H.Embling of University College, London, published in aid of the Garibaldi Fund (1p) (undated)
4) Printed circular letter, 'Subscription for Garibaldi and the Italian Cause' containing the authorisation by Garibaldi of W.H.Ashurst and the subscription campaign for sending to newspaper editors (2 copies) (1p) (February 1861)
5) Printed circular for a meeting on the eve of the second detachment of Excursionists to Italy, at Caldwell's Assembly Rooms, Dean Street, London (1p) (25 September 1860)
6) Printed note to members of the British Legion regarding the return from Italy of goods belonging to them (1p) (undated)
7) Copy of letter from Holyoake to Thomas Talbot Barnes, Secretary of the Garibaldi Fund, Leeds, regarding the release of funds and general finance matters (6pp) (5 July ?)
8) Letter from Giuseppe Garibaldi to W.H.Ashurst regarding the application of funds to the English Committee (1p) (15 April 1861)
9) Printed circular letter from W. De Carteret requesting patronage for the Garibaldi Special Fund (2pp) (undated)
10) Blank headed notepaper of the Garibaldi Special Fund (1p) (undated)
11) Handwritten notes by Holyoake from a Garibaldi Special Fund meeting (1p) (undated)
12) Pages of handwritten notes on the progress of the excursion and unidentified lists of men serving as excursionists (1pp) (February 1861)
13) Handwritten and printed certificates of service in the British Legion and concessionary funds for travel for the following: Edward Bransom, G.Gane, John Grant, Robert Lockhart, Montague Mann, James Nicol and William Temple (January - March 1861)
14) Blank receipt for subscription to the Garibaldi Special Fund (1p) (undated)
15) Handbill, 'Help for Garibaldi', published by the Garibaldi Special Fund, with upper body illustration of Garibaldi on reverse (2pp) (undated)
16) Printed copy of poem, 'Farewell to Garibaldi' by Marian Richardson, with handwritten notes by Holyoake on reverse (2pp) (23 April 1864)
17) Printed handbill copy of Samuel Cook's letter to General Garibaldi with translation of the General's reply, with commentary by John Jaffray (July - August 1861)
18) Handbill and printed statement, 'Trades' Garibaldi Demonstration: To the Trade and Friendly Societies of London', published at the offices of the Bee-hive (1p) (undated)
19) Cutting of article, 'The Personal History of Garibaldi' by E.D.R.Bianciardi (9pp) (undated)
20) Printed text of speech, 'Garibaldi on the State of Europe' (4pp) (undated)
21) Musical score for 'Garibaldi's Hymn for Italy' by Paul Macnus (3pp) (undated)
22) Printed booklet containing words to a sonetto composed for the Centenary of the birth of General Giuseppe Garibaldi in London (3pp) (4 July 1907)
23) Programme for the Garibaldi Centenary Celebration in London (3pp) (June 1907)
24) Printed text of letter by Garibaldi on the Eastern Question (2pp) (undated)

Press Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/11/4  1860

Contents:
Includes:
1) Press cutting of letter, 'Italian Estimate of the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (undated)
2) Press cutting of letter, 'The Treatment of the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (undated)
3) Press cutting of letter, 'Colonel Praed and the Finances of the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (6 November 1860)
4) Press cutting of letter, 'The British Legion - Difficulties of its Formation' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (8 October 1860)
5) Press cutting of letter, 'Our Correspondent at Naples and the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Scotsman (1p) (20 December 1860)
6) Press cutting of letter, 'The British Legion in Italy: Further Details of its Formation' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (15 October 1860)
7) Press cutting of letter, 'Paul De Flotte' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (10 October 1860)
8) Press cutting of letter, 'Security of the Subscriptions for Italy' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (20 October 1860)
9) Press cutting of letter, 'The British Legion and Letters from Italy' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (29 October 1860)
10) Press cutting of letter, 'The British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (30 October 1860)
11) Press cutting of letter, 'The Finances of the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (31 October 1860)
12) Press cutting of letter, 'Mr W. Adams Smith and the Garibaldi Funds' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (9 November 1860)
13) Press cutting of letter, 'The British Legion' from Richard Sarsfield to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (16 November 1860)
14) Press cutting of letter, '"Richard Sarsfield" and the British Legion' from E.R.Crauford to the Editor of The Morning Post (1p) (24 November 1860)
15) Press cutting of letter, 'Captain Sarsfield and the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (28 November 1860)
16) Press cutting of letter, 'Colonel Peard and the British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (3 December 1860)
17) Press cutting of letter, 'The Return of Volunteers from Italy' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (24 December 1860)
18) Press cutting of letter, 'The Garibaldi Excursionists' from R.G.M.Beach Hicks to the Editor of The Daily Telegraph (1p) (undated)
19) Press cutting of letter, 'Italian Subscriptions and Sir Henry Ainslie Hoare' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (17 December 1860)
20)press cutting of letter, 'Release of Ensign Cueto' from the Acting Secretary of the Garibaldi Special Fund to the Editor of The Scotsman (1p) (12 December 1860)
21) Press cutting of letter, 'The Answer to Mr Adams Smith' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (10 November 1860)
22) Press cutting of letter, 'Letters from Naples - Garibaldi Fund' to the Editor of The Scotsman (1p) (1 December 1860)
23) Press cutting of letter, 'The British Legion' from Landor Praed to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (5 October 1860)
24) Press cutting of letter, 'Garibaldi on the International' from Garibaldi to the Editor of The Echo (1p) (20 September ?)
25) Press cutting, 'Garibaldi Italian Unity Committee', listing the aims and members of the committee (1p) (1861)
26) Press cutting of letter, 'The Appointments of Garibaldi' from Giuseppe Libertini to the Editor of The Daily News (1p) (5 October ?)
27) Press cutting of note from Garibaldi to Holyoake regarding Holyoake's sight from The Daily News (1p) (14 December 1875)
28) Press cutting of article, 'Italy's Liberator: Celebration of Centenary of Birth of Garibaldi' from the Daily Chronicle (3pp) (5 July 1907)
29) Press cuttings of articles regarding Garibaldi Day in London from The Daily Chronicle (4pp) (2 - 4 July 1907)
30) Press cuttings regarding the centenary of Garibaldi's birth from The Daily News (4pp) (4 - 5 July 1907)
31) Two pages of press cuttings regarding Garibaldi's arrest (8pp) (undated)

Illustrated London News Cuttings  HOLYOAKE/11/5  1861-1862

Contents:
Press cuttings of illustrations from the Illustrated London News concerning Garibaldi, Italian unification and the British Legion, including the following:
- 'Guzmaroli's Hut, Caprera - From a Sketch by our Special Artist, Frank Vizeltelly' (undated)
- 'Reactionists, Under an Escort of the National Guard, passing on the 5th Inst., the Main Guard of Naples' (undated)
- 'Conflict at Naples between a Company of Bersaglieri and False Garibaldini' (undated)
- 'British Excursionists in the Champs Elysees: The Wooden Horse' (undated)
- 'General Garibaldi Spearing Fish by Night off Caprera' (undated)
- 'Garibaldi Digging Roots in his Favourite Garden' (26 January 1861)
- 'Garibaldi's Farmyard' (26 January 1861)
- 'Personal Staff of General Garibaldi at Caprera' (16 January 1861)
- 'Front View of Garibaldi's House', 'A Walk in Garibaldi's Back Garden' and 'View from the Platform of Rock at the Back of Garibaldi's House' (26 January 1861)
- 'The Opening of the New Italian Parliament by Victor Emanuel' (9 March 1861)
- 'The Breach of the Bastion of St Antonio, Gaeta, Caused by the Explosion of a Powder- Magazine on the 8th of February Last' (16 March 1861)
- 'The Casemate Occupied by the King and Queen of Naples during the Bombardment' and 'A Street in Gaeta' (23 March 1861)
- 'The Positions of the National Army seen from the Batteries of the Citadel of Gaeta' (23 March 1861)
- 'Effects of the Explosion of the Powder-Magazine on the Bastion of St Antonio, as seen from the Beach' (23 March 1861)
- 'General Cialdini and his Staff at Gaeta' (13 April 1861)
- 'Garibaldi Addressing the Italian Parliament' (27 April 1861)
- 'Visit of British Excursionists to Paris: Excursionists Leaving the Paris Station of the Great Northern Railway' (1 June 1861)
- 'View of the Gulf of Spezia, taken from the Forts, showing the House at Varignano in which Garibaldi is confined' (23 September 1862)
- 'Garibaldi at Varignano' (27 September 1862)
- 'Garibaldi's Quarters at Varignano, Spezia' (4 October 1862)
- 'Garibaldian Prisoners on their way from Aspromonte to the Forts of Genoa' (4 October 1862)

Secondary Articles  HOLYOAKE/11/6  1861-1985

Contents:
Secondary articles concerning Garibaldi, Italian Unification and the British Legion, including:
- 'The Garibaldi Excursionist' by Alec A.Purves from Coin and Medal News (1p) (May 1985)
- Photocopy of extract from book, 'The Campaign of Garibaldi in the Two Sicilies: A Personal Narrative' by Charles Stuart Forbes (21pp) (1861)
- 'Garibaldi in England' by Christopher Hibbert from History Today (10pp) (1965)
- 'Garibaldi and South America' by Malcolm Deas from History Today (4pp) (December 1982)
- 'Garibaldi and England' by John A.Davies from History Today (6pp) (December 1982)

Librarian's Notes and Lists  HOLYOAKE/11/7  undated

Contents:
Handwritten and typescript lists and index cards prepared by librarians at the Bishopsgate Institute in the preparation of an index card system of names of men serving in the British Legion of Garibaldi excursionists (undated)

Framed Garibaldi Signature  HOLYOAKE/11/8  1864

Contents:
Framed signature of General Garibaldi and family members presented by Garibaldi to Robert Applegarth in the board room of Crystal Palace, in glass-fronted, velvet-lined frame (18 April 1864)

Holyoake Testimonial Fund  HOLYOAKE/12  1853-1889

Contents:
Circulars, ephemera and press cuttings regarding to the Holyoake Testimonial Fund, including letters to subscribers, fund reports and a programme for a performance by the Victoria Dramatic Club in aid of the Fund.

Printed Letter to Subscribers  HOLYOAKE/12/1  1877

Contents:
Printed letter entitled 'Letter to the Subscribers of the Fund made during my recent illness' by Holyoake with subscription list and statement by the London Committee (2 copies) (4pp) (31 May 1877)

Holyoake Testimonial Fund Report  HOLYOAKE/12/2  1877

Contents:
Printed report and statement by the London Committee of the Holyoake Testimonial Fund, including balance sheet and list of subscriptions received (2 copies) (4pp) (24 February 1877)

Press Cuttings and Ephemera  HOLYOAKE/12/3  1853-1888

Contents:
Includes the following:
1) Press cutting of article, 'British Topics' regarding the subscription for Holyoake from the New York Tribune (2pp) (25 March 1875)
2) Small press cutting of article, 'Mr Holyoake's Annuity Fund' (1p) (undated)
3) Press cutting of article, 'Holyoake Testimonial Fund' from The Daily News (1p) (26 April 1875)
4) Small press cutting of article, 'George Jacob Holyoake' from Pope's Tobacco Plans (1p) (April 1875)
5) Press cutting of article, ' Mr Parker and Mr Holyoake' from the Newcastle Weekly Chronicle (1p) (7 April 1888)
6) Press cutting of article, 'Holyoake Testimonial Fund' from The Daily News (1p) (25 April 1875)
7) Press cutting of article, 'Holyoake Testimonial Fund' from The Echo (1p) (1 May 1875)
8) Press cutting of letter 'George Jacob Holyoake' from 'Alpha' to the Editor of The Boston Investigator (1p) (22 September 1875)
9) Programme of the proceedings at the presentation of a testimonial to Holyoake at the Freemason's Tavern, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Field (1p) (26 May 1853)
10) Press cutting on the annuity for Holyoake from Secular Thought (1p) (8 December 1888)

Victoria Dramatic Club Programme  HOLYOAKE/12/4  1889

Contents:
Programme for a performance of 'Caste' and 'The Spectre Bridegroom' by the Victoria Dramatic Club on behalf of the G.J.Holyoake Annuity Fund at the St.George's Hall, London, with list of members of the Executive and General Committee (4pp) (1 June 1889)

Photographs  HOLYOAKE/13  1889

Contents:
Four photographs of Holyoake taken late in his life.

Head and Shoulders Photograph  HOLYOAKE/13/1  c1890

Contents:
Head and shoulders photograph of Holyoake, produced by W & D.Downey, Ebury Street, London (c1890)

'Age About 80 Years'  HOLYOAKE/13/2  c1897

Contents:
Head and shoulders cabinet photograph of Holyoake in profile by Elliot & Fry, Baker Street, London (c1897)

'G.J.Holyoake in his 87th Year'  HOLYOAKE/13/3  1903-1904

Contents:
Card backed photograph of head and shoulders illustration of Holyoake entitled, 'G.J.Holyoake in his 87th year' by Felix Moscheles, with Holyoake's signature and inscription, 'To the Model Democrat from his devoted artist and friend, Felix Moscheles, Jan.20.04' (1903-1904)

Large Photograph  HOLYOAKE/13/4  C1890

Contents:
Large card upper body photograph of Holyoake in profile, seated, with book on lap (c1890)

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