Three volumes of Gloucestershire collections of T.D. Fosbroke:
- volume of extracts from records, including inquisitions post mortem and ad quod damnum, temp. Hen. III-Richard II copied from a MS. belonging to Stebbing Shaw, 1802; John Smith's 'Lives of the Berkeleys'; extracts from two cartularies of Winchcombe Abbey (Davis, nos. 1037-8); a MS. of John Smith relating to estates belonging to Berkeley Castle; and the cartulary of St. Augustine's Abbey, Bristol (Davis, no. 77)
- volume of miscellaneous notes relating to Gloucestershire manors, parishes and families, with letters to Fosbroke, mainly concerning subscriptions to his work, and a detailed list of contents
- volume containing fair copies of, and rough notes for, accounts of Gloucestershire parishes, arranged by hundred, for use in Fosbroke's Abstracts of records and manuscripts respecting the county of Gloucester; formed into a history (Gloucester: 1817). The volume was later used by Fosbroke for extracts from printed works relating to society and manners in ancient Greece and Rome.