Small notebooks of fragmentary creative writing and diaries. Entries of some extent and completeness are listed below:
Notebook 1 [ff.1-6v.] school boy notes on chess playing; [f.23v.] poem 'Suppose, my friend, there lived within a garden on a path of grass ...' and from other end [f. 41] poem 'God give me joy of life ...' Labelled by Edward Marsh 'Nothing in this except "Worm" poem and "God give me joy of life"'.
Notebook 2 [ff.1-3] addresses; [ff.10v.-12] prose aphorisms; [ff.23, 27v.-r. 28] poems 'fr[om] R[obert] le G[allienne]'; [ff.24v.-6] notes on the Bastille; from other end: [ff.29-39] accounts for travels in France and Italy [Feb. 1905].
Notebook 3 [ff.20v.-21v.] cancelled prose piece 'Cats and dogs'; from other end: [ff.32v.-36] untitled prose piece on lone man, 'the dreamer'; [ff.12v.-13] poem 'Our Mother the Earth is weary...', September 1903.
Notebook 4 [ff.6-7v., 9] metrical analysis; [ff.8r.-v.] poem 'Take from me world all else that's mine ...' [ff.9v.-11] poem 'Oh how I love thee. And yet I may not love thee...'.
Notebook 5 [ff.1-15] diary kept at Hillbrow Preparatory School 16 May-5 July n.y. [late 1890s].
Notebook 6, printed almanac and diary for 1911, entries for January-July.
Notebook 7, printed almanac and diary for 1912, a few entries for April-June.