The Labourers' Revolt, correspondence, John Benett M.P and others.
i. evidence collected against prisoners
ii. letter from two labourers pleading their innocence
iii. list of those who were at work 25 Nov 1830
iv. copy of a letter from the Home Office about the trial of the rebels, to be circulated among the magistrates
v. printed circular signed by Melbourne, dated 25 Nov 1830
vi. printed address to the labourers
vii. recommendations to magistrates to the organisation of special constables, issued from the Council House at Salisbury.
viii. royal proclamation to civil officers in Wilts, Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hants, Berks., to bring offenders to justice, issued from St James
ix. calendar of prisoners tried at the special commission of assize, New Sarum, 1830
x. supplement to The London Gazette, copy of proclamation above.
xi. part of printed dialogue against machines
xii. resolution of a magistrates' meeting advocating 10/- a week for labourers
xiii. blank muster roll of the Hindon Troop, Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry
xiv. eye-witness account of the disturbance at Pythouse, written in 1883
xv. typescript entitled 'The Battle of Pythouse'
xvi. transcriptions of the letters.