- Insurance record No. 39 for the Sloop Carolina, Master Gilbert Fuller, to sail from the port of Providence, Rhode Island, to the coast of Africa, to Havana [Cuba] for purposes of trade. Signed by Edward Dickens, Samuel Allen, Cyrus Allen, and Benjamin Clifford. Underwritten by Caleb Gardner, Peleg Clarke, Samuel Vernon, William Vernon, James Robinson, Gibbs & Channing, George Gibbs, George Gibbs, Jr., Christopher Fowler, George Champlin, Simeon Martin, and Christopher Champlin.
- 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.
- Detailed record of the sale of 55 slaves brought on the Brig Othello, captained by Thomas Rogers, to Antigua. Sold by merchant Alexander Willock for Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island]. Includes expenses for "store to sell the negroes in," tickets, drummers, advertisement, and victuals.