- Inventory of goods consigned to Captain George D. Sweet aboard the Brig Othello, owned by Samuel and William Vernon of Newport, Rhode Island, departing Rhode Island to the Coast of Africa. Includes instructions that read, "To insurance in London, from thence to Affrica [Africa] at and from thence to market with slaves at 8 guineas." On back, "Invoice of slops [?] sent on board," such as frocks, hats, shoes, and rum.
- Portage bill for the Brig Othello, listing crew names, wages, and term of employment on a passage to the coast of Africa. Notes four men, George Harvey, Michael Keable, John Chace, and Ezekiel Mitchell [Mitchel] that "left the vessel at Virginia." On back, additional detail about wage payments to crew members.
- Account record for sales of slaves aboard the Ship Ascension at Mozambique by Samuel Chace on behalf of Messrs. Vernon Gardner & Co. [William Vernon and Caleb Gardner]. Includes purchases of blankets, medical expenses, and "landing" fees, as well as a sale of 33 slaves to Don Thomas Antonio Romero in Mozambique.