Miles Stapylton's commonplace book at Oxford, c. 1677-1684, containing extracts from printed books; summaries of sermons; Latin and English verses and Latin epistles to Oxford friends; a list of Stapylton's books; and records of books lent by him.
 Loose papers removed from , mostly in the hands of Miles and Henry Stapylton. They include a manuscript copy of Thomas Millington's inaugural lecture as Sedleian Professor of Natural Philosophy at Oxford (1676); Henry Stapylton's small commonplace book, 1686-1688; English verse, some in other hands; Latin verse; Latin prose fragments; an undated record of the appointment of John Burrel, Rector of Cressingham, as domestic chaplain to Charles, Duke of Grafton; a copy of 'Exposition de la Doctrine de l'Eglise Catholique sur les matieres de controverse, par Jacques Benigne Bossuet', Paris edition, 1680; notes on Greek and Roman coins; notes on the Founder's charter and fellow's oath, All Souls College; 3 sermons and several sermon outlines by Henry Stapylton; a letter from J. Wycliffe to [John] Stapylton (son of Henry, Rector of Thornton Watlass, 1748-1767), 8 April 1758; and a verse 'On the death of the Earl of Chesterfield' by 'H.S.'
 Commonplace book, c. 1700, containing extracts and notes on Jewish religion and customs.
 Commonplace book, early 18th century, containing extracts from religious, philosophical and moral works.
[5-6] Commonplace books, early 18th century, containing similar extracts, one volume inscribed 'Decay of Xn. Piety'.