The volume contains 7 stories, 2 poems and 1 essay. 8 of these are signed with initials or noms de plume. The volume is entitled 'M.S.S. to Keepsake. 1835', and has the bookplate of Thomas Bell, Newcastle antiquary.
 'The monument, a tale', anon. 21pp (published 1833).
 'The sister Theresa. A Peninsular adventure. By the author of The Rou' (i.e. Samuel Beazley, 1786-1851). Heavily revised and corrected. 78pp (1839).
 'Mina', by 'T'. 23pp (1838).
 'The silver lady', anon. Extensively corrected and revised by Reynolds. 50pp (1838).
 'The misers of Antwerp', by Stephanie (deleted). 23pp (1833).
 'The deserted chateau', by C.F.L., translated from French. 18pp (1835).
 'The Bourbons. 1830. By the author of "Miserrimus"' (Reynolds). 2pp (1835).
 'A Paris fte in 1827', by 'Ignota'. 14pp (1835).
 'The well of beauty. By the author of "Miserrimus"' (Reynolds). 2pp (1835).
 'The cataract of the Rhine at Schaffhausen. A fragment from the German'. By C.T.C. 8pp (1835).