Receipt for money received by James Rogers, Jr. from Samuel and Wiliam Vernon in Newport [Rhode Island], "being for Wm. Lake, Ex'or and paid to Mr. James Roggers [Rogers], against Ed'd Clanning [Clannen]."
Receipt for wages paid to the crew of the Brig R. Charllee [Royal Charlotte] by Captain T. Taylor, including cash paid to Captain Richard Humpherys [Humphreys] of the Schooner Sally for transportation of slaves to Virginia.
Bill of lading for the Sloop Wyndan, belonging to William Vernon, on a voyage from Newport [Rhode Island] to the Coast of Africa carrying rum, wine, coffee, sugar, tobacco, turpentine, flour, tea, and other provisions. Signed by ship Master Thomas Rogers.
Account record for the Ship Ascension, owned by Messrs. Vernon Gardner & Co. [William Vernon and Caleb Gardner]. Names vendors located in Mozambique, Ile de France [Mauritius], Montevideo, and the Cape of Good Hope.
Bill of lading for the Brig Royal Charlotte, owned by Wm. Vernon, Thos. T. Taylor and Sam. Johnson, departing from Newport harbor [Rhode Island] to Africa carrying rum, tobacco, flour, sugar, coffee for trade. Three copies, signed by Captain William Taylor.
Invoice of cargo on board the Brig Royal Charlotte, one half belonging to William Vernon and one half to Thomas Teakle Taylor and Samuel Johnson, departing on a voyage from Newport [Rhode Island] to Africa.
Receipt for expenses related to a court case regarding the Brig Royal Charlotte during a voyage to Africa with Captain William Taylor in 1767, and a voyage to Amsterdam with Captain William Pinniger, in 1768 [possibly with Samuel Vernon, Junior].
Account record by William Taylor, Captain of the Brig Royal Charlotte, for William Vernon. Includes detailed itemized list from June 20, 1761 to March 20, 1762, and names multiple vendors and quantities of goods.
Invoice of cargo on board the Sloop Tittbitt, captained by Thomas Rogers, on a voyage from Newport [Rhode Island] to Affrica [Africa]. The voyage owned one-half by William Vernon, and one-quarter each William Redwood and Jonas L. Redwood.