List of Mahas and Dongolese Nubian words originally published by Cadalvène, Ed. de and J. de Breuvery, L'Égypte et la Turquie: de 1829 à 1836, vols 1 and 2 (1836) (OEB 136004), and L'Égypte et la Nubie, 2 vols (1841) (OEB 136003), with corrections by Murray. [Enclosed with letter Griffith MSS 14.11].
Letter from G. W. Murray dated 17 January 1912. Discussion of names of Hill Nubian dialects. Attribution of typed word list of Hill Nuba languages (Griffith 14.15 below) to [J. W.] Sagar, cf. Sagar, J. W., "Notes on the history, religion, and customs of the Nuba" in Sudan Notes and Records 5 (1922), p.137-156.
List of Mahas Nubian geographical words and place names in and around Serra East. List of family names and two personal names; the second, Daud Kubara at Halfa, said to have been writing a history of Nubia. Mahas Nubian phrases.
Words in Old Nubian and in modern Mahas, Kenzi and Dongolese Nubian.
Letter from George W. Murray dated 22 May  with notes and queries on words and proper names in Kenzi, Mahas and Old Nubian. Corrections to Griffith MSS 14.5.2 above. Mention of Murray's list of Nubian personal names, cf. Griffith MSS 14.5.4 below.
Letter from W. E. Crum dated 28 February 1912 on the original provenance of the Rustafjaell MSS: MS. 1 from [serrah (Coptic transcription)], being dedicated to a church at Edfu, the scribe having been from Esna; MSS. 2 and following taken to Nubia and joined to MS. 1.
-Griffith MSS 14.36: Arabic text on Nubian History, later published by W. E. Crum in Studies Presented to F. Ll.Griffith (1932), p. 137-148: "A Nubian Prince in an Egyptian Monastery". -Griffith MSS 14.35: Letter from W. E. Crum dated 26 December 1927 enclosing an abstract. -Griffith MSS 14.37: Letter from W. E. Crum dated 10 February 1926 with comments on the stories. -Griffith MSS 14.38: MS Marsh 287 - names and dates in Crum's hand. Note by Griffith on the Nubian Prince stories.
Letter from G. W. Murray dated 2 September 1909. Comments on Griffith's translation of the Old Nubian text on St. Menas [British Museum Or. MS. 6805], especially on the location of Philoxenite. Comments on an element in a place name.