Majority of correspondence (where addresses are extant) was sent to Centenary Hall and Mission House in Bishopsgate, London.
Correspondents include William Boyce, John Irving, George Osborn, Andrew Kessen and John Malvern.
Item 11 is a copy of the minutes of a meeting of the proprietors of the 'London Review', 17 January 1862.
Item 83 is a printed 'Circular' in the form of a letter from Manchester, May 1862, on changes to the 'London Review'.
Item 162 is a 'Copy of Memorial from the Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England, to the respective Bodies of the Directors of Railways, on which Excursion Trains are run on the Lord's Day', Decenber 1862.