- Von Tilzer, Harry, 1872-1946 (Composer)
- Sterling, Andrew B., 1874-1955 (Lyricist)
- Moran, Edwards P. (Lyricist)
- Harry Von Tilzer Music Pub. Co. (Publisher)
Concerning Scott's thanks, his writings about his own works, and a manuscript of "The Nightingale Unheard."
Concerning Dowden's apology for keeping borrowed Blake volumes too long, his return to Dublin, and his pleasure concerning other of Blake's works.
Concerning a letter to the author's mother about his relief at having a book in good hands and his happiness that Mr. Douglas has written to her.
Concerning the publication of Wordsworth's Poem without expense, his works the Excursion and the White Doe, and Mr. Montgomery's praise.
Concerning the manuscript for "John Keats".
Concerning a Reader's Ticket of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
Concerning Mennes' plans around Easter, business concerning Prince Rupert, and the crime of a merchant named Corke.
Concerning a monument of Dr. Drury, former Head Master of Harrow School, Lord Byron, and Sir Robert Peel.
Concerning a request for Peter to visit David and go fishing with him.