MS. 12621: Miscellaneous papers relating to council reforms and the Council of Native Princes, 1906-1907. MS. 12622: Memorandum on the origin and functions of the Indian Governments by W. S. Myer, compiled for the Royal Commission on Decentralization, 1907. MS. 12623: Report of the Royal Commission on Decentralization, 1909. MS. 12624-12625: Memoranda on Native States in India, 1909-1910. MS. 12626: Report on the administration of Manwar State, 1909-1910. MS. 12627: 'History of Mewar' by A. F. Pinhey (1910). MS. 12628: Correspondence concerning reforms in the Telegraph Department, 1908. MS. 12629: Manual of Instructions to officers of the Political Department of the Government of India, 1909. MS. 12630: Letters received after the Ahmadabad outrage, 1909. MS. 12631: Correspondence with ruling chiefs concerning measures to be taken to suppress sedition, 1909. MS. 12632: Miscellaneous correspondence and papers relating to sedition and to the control of the press, 1907-1911; papers relating to the resignation of Sir Bampfylde Fuller as Lieutenant-Governor of East Bengal and Assam, 1906; transcripts of letters and a petition against the partition of Bengal, 1906. MS. 12633: (i) Papers relating to the 4th Earl of Minto's refusal to sign the Punjab colonisation bill, 1906-1907, with a memorandum for Lord Morley on legislation required for the Punjab Canal Colonies, 1910; (ii) Memoranda concerning legal training for junior members of the Indian Civil Service, 1907, and universal primary education in India, 1910, and a report on the work of the Indian Students' Department in London, 1913; (iii) Papers concerning relations between Indian dignitaries and local political officers, 1907, 1909; (iv) Notes on Indian gentlemen granted interviews with the 4th Earl of Minto, 1905-1910; (v) Note on the administration of Bikaner, 1898-1899; (vi) Memoranda by the 4th Earl of Minto on his reasons for releasing political deportees, 1910; (vii) Memorandum (n.d.) on the conferment of British protection on the Cis-Sutlej states (Patiala, Jind and Kaithal) in 1809; (viii) Memorandum (n.d.) on a proposed Industrial Institute for Women; (ix) List of principal officials in India, 1910.