Night Order Book, HMS Sybille, January-July 1818.
Complied by Captain Charles Malcolm RN, also on board HM Yachts William & Mary and Royal Charlotte, August 1822-October 1827.
Together with a collection of letter books and notebooks, Captain G J Malcolm RN.
Covering a period from 1842-1880, and including "Log and Proceedings HMS Inconstant, July 1842-March 1843, Log and proceedings HMS Curacoa April 1843-October 1845, Log and proceedings of HM Steam Frigate Firebrand, October 1845-June 1846, Log and proceedings of HMS Curacoa, July-August 1846" by 1st Class volunteer and latterly Midshipman G J Malcolm in the Mediterranean and South America. "Log and proceedings HMS Curacoa August 1846-September 1847, Log and proceedings HM Yacht William and Mary, September-October 1847, Log and proceedings, HMS Fisgard, October-November 1847, Log and proceedings, HMS St Vincent, Experimental Squadron, November 1847" by Lieutenant G J Malcolm in South America, Mediterranean and Channel. "Private Journal" G J Malcolm, November 1847-March 1851, and March-September 1851. "Work Book, HMS Steam Sloop Barracouta, September 1861-April 1863" by Commander G J Malcolm, lists of correspondence and detail of Blockade Running in American Civil War on the West Indian Station. "Captain's Letter Book, HMS Barracouta, January-August 1863" by Captain G J Malcolm, with lists of blockade runners and notes on cargoes. Together with a notebook on court proceedings and procedures, suppression of the Slave Trade, HMS Briton, Zanzibar April-May 1873, and Affadavits and proceedings, court of enquiry on Slave Trade, Egypt 1879.