Journal (incomplete). Opening pages give overview of his pre missionary life. Entries begin on 1 January  having just left St Helens and end on 31 December 1814 with Lynch reflecting on his life and work. Rear of volume contains note on journey (recording latitude and longitude), allowances provided to missionaries, tonnage allowed to India, salaries of Company officers, notes on religious observance and letters written & received in 1814. 168 pages.
File of correspondence (originals and copies) written and received by James Lynch between 1814 and 1856. Most letters are received by him from, amongst others, W[illia]m Ault, George Erskine, B[enjamin] Clough, W Harwood, J Tristleton, S[amuel] Leigh, E Hunter, A Walter, Mary Gay, W[illia]m Gay, W[illia]m Graham, S Godfrey and members of the Lynch family (Sarah, Samuel & Hugh).
Copy of a letter by Adam Clarke to the General Committee of the Wesleyan Missionary Society which appeared in the Wesleyan Methodist Missionary Magazine for 1821. James Lynch suggests that the editors of the 'Watchman' might like to publish the letter as well. Letter originally appears in the dedication to his 'Clavis Biblica' and Clarke praises the work of those employed in foreign missions and gives a brief overview of the work they have undertaken so far. c1821. 4 pages.
'Third Report of the Madras Auxiliary Wesleyan-Methodist Missionary Society: with a list of subscribers'. Printed, 1822. 26 pages.
Financial papers compiled by John Huntley on 30 November 1823 for the Madras District. Includes expenses for light, tea and servants between 1819 and 1823 as well as a record of collections made with subscriptions paid for the same period. 5 pages.
Draft manuscript (with corrections and annotations), by an unnamed author who spent 57 years in Ireland, on the current reforms within the Church of Rome and how these are just attempts to destroy the Protestant faith. Cites, amongst other sources, the articles of the Council of Trinity in his argument. c1850. [filmed with Clarke material by mistake - see FBN 23, fiche 1000].
Brief note by Lynch on the increase in WMMS missions up to 1849. With later annotations - in a different hand - for up to 1856. 2 pages.
Manuscript entitled 'Memoirs of Rev Jas Lynch by Sam[ue]l Allen'. Contains biographical information and recollections. Annotated on back 'Given to JR by his son who had found it among Mr A's papers. 1878'. 21 pages.
Note on the establishment of the Wesleyan Methodist mission to Ceylon [Sri Lanka] and its relationship with the colonial authorities, undated. 2 pages.