The records of the Committee for Compounding with Delinquents including Parliamentary orders to the committee, general proceedings, warrants for payment of money, order books, entry books of out-letters, minute books, returns, receipts and reports of compositions and sequestrations, and lists of delinquents and surveys of their estates. The committees's report on an individual delinquent's case is usually accompanied by petitions, a particular of the estate (sometimes of debts) with the delinquent's signature and certificates of political correctness.
There are two series of specific royalist composition papers, the second covering particular estates and fines. There are also letters and depositions returned by county committees on the orders of the committee, and an order book of the Committee for Scottish Affairs. Also contains some of the records of the Committee for Plundered Ministers: SP 22
The estates of royalists not permitted to compound or who refused to do so were in the hands of the treason trustees meeting at Drury House, London. Their papers have virtually disappeared, but they informed the Committee for Compounding of releases of sequestrated property to new owners: such information survives in this series, but should be treated with caution.
The series was formerly known as 'Interregnum G'.