The collection comprises:
1. Five autograph letters from Tucker dating from 1776-1791. Three from the 1770s and 80s are addressed to London booksellers (Thomas Cadell and John Rivington) and relate both to the publication of his own pamphlets and to the purchase of books by others. Two later letters of 1791 to an unidentified correspondent, seemingly located in Bath, are of a more personal nature, but hint at Tucker's continuing interest in political issues.
2. One sheet of autograph notes in Tucker's hand for a poem on commerce.
3. Two engraved portraits of Tucker, one mounted with an obituary cut from a newspaper.
4. A letter from William Seward to "Mr Chalmers", relating to Tucker's anonymous authorship of a pamphlet on the Test Act.