One-page draft of advertisement for reward of $900 for the return of a runaway slave named Genge [George?] submitted for insertion into the daily newspaper of Alexandria, Virginia for 30 days. Signed "G. E. H."
Three-page draft of advertisement for the reward for the return of two runaway slaves named Tom and Frisby, an uncle and nephew, in Nottingham District, Prince George's County, Maryland. Signed Robert B[?].
Resolution signed by "R. M. Mallory" for the Virginia Committee for Courts of Justice stating that slaves purchasing "ardent spirits" for their masters are required to produce written consent. No year of creation given, but dated February 2.
One-page unsigned memorandum from Philadelphia showing number of slaves, general population, and congressional representatives divided by state. Includes statistics for the South Western Territory and North Western Territory.
Note giving permission for the "bearer of a negro woman named Charr" to sell her to a new master for the sum of seventy-five dollars. Signed by Marte Beekman, Jacob Baurhyte, and John T. Miller of Shodack [New York].
Two-page memorandum signed by John Faxor and Robert N. Anchmuty, joint owners of the Schooner General Greene, addressed to their subscribers regarding "outstanding bills and notes unpaid for the purchases & against said schooner and cargo."
Two-page unsigned and undated memorandum regarding morality and slavery, suggesting that slaves 'have been benefittedby being thus snatched from heathenism and brought to this civilized and Christian country."
Two-page memorandum regarding the sale of a "negro wench and child sold at publick vendue [sic], to Mrs. Elsworth for eight pound." Includes list of 3 "articles" outlining the terms of sale set forth by executor William Elsworth. Signed by witnesses Jeremiah Elsworth and William Wallace [?].