(1) mentions having read White's Shakespeare's scholar, comments on the ways he differs from White with respect to several passages, and mentions his work on his own edition of Shakespeare. (2) refers to various Shakespeare editions, including not only his own and White's, but also those of Moxon and Collier, and comments on Collier's edition: "Halliwell informs me, he keeps up an attack on me from beginning to end, and unhesitatingly adoubts many of the Ms. Corrector's most violent emendations." (3) Refers to a recent illness, and indicates he has has been called to prepare a new edition of his Shakespeare. (4) Largely concerns the "Revels' Account Forgery," of which "Mr. Collier was of opinion that it 'was worth 60 guineas.' This led to its being claimed & seized on as a public document." With clippings: a review of Dyce's edition of the works of Shakespeare from The Athenaeum, January 16, 1858, a short piece concerning Dyce's moving of his library from the Illustrated London news, an obituary of Dyce from an unidentified newspaper, and a portrait of Dyce, removed from an unidentified book.