Two-page Bill of Sale between Susanna Arnett, David Arnett, James Arnett and Alexander Parker regarding a male slave named Rueben in Fayette County and Lexington County, Kentucky; second bill of sale dated August 15, 1799 between Alexander Parker and William Gist regarding aforementioned slave; third bill of sale dated January 4th, 1808 regarding aforementioned slave.
Two-Page deed of manumission by Josiah Crawford of the female slave named Penny in Harrison County, Kentucky; second deed of manumission by Josiah Crawford of a male slave named Woodford, son of Penny, dated April 13th, 1799 in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Four-page bill of sale between John Smith and Richard Dallam regarding the slaves named Charles, Allman, Sall, and Rachel, who was to be emancipated according to an earlier deed of manumission, in the State of Kentucky.
Two-page bill of sale between William Rayman and Richard Harcourt regarding one slave named Nelly, who was to be emancipated on the date of her 30th birthday (March 4th, 1826), in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Four-page inventory of the estate of Charles Webb, including livestock, house wares, tools, and slaves named George, Billy, Rueben, Pompy, Daniel, Hampton, Ned, Stephen, Rose, Miner, Jenny, Franky, Betty, Billy, Jupiter, Moses, Jenny, Molly, Virgin and child, Moses, Aron, Peter, Dennis, Tamer, Milly, Susan, Peggy, Dinah, Judah, Siler, Darly, Jacob, Samuel, Cate, Matilda, and Jacob, in Fayette County, Kentucky.
Four-page bill of sale to multiple persons of the estate of Thomas Jinkins, including tools, books, furniture, arms, livestock, one slave woman, one slave girl, one slave boy, and one slave boy named Peter.
Two-page estate of the inventory of Thomas Jenkins, including furniture, tools, livestock, wagons, one slave woman, one slave boy named Tom, one slave girl named Delphi, one slave girl named Milla, one slave girl named China, and one slave boy named Peter in Knox County, Indiana Territory.
Two-page legal document explaining that a black boy named Jack, upon being examined, disclosed that he is a slave and that he has disobeyed his master by playing cards instead of attending to his master's business. The documents officially counts this black boy as a slave.
Two-page deed of gift between Abner George and his daughter Lucinda George regarding one slave boy named Malan, one slave boy named Sandy, and one slave girl named Delilah, in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Two-page accessions register listing the additional slave holdings of Thomas Abury, including slaves named Henry, Isaac, Lewis, John, Rachel, Milly, Minny, Henry, Charity, Charlette, Carolina, and James, in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Eight-page inventory of the estate of David Brown, including furniture, livestock, and the slaves Sarah, James, Jack, Willis, Charles, Hester, Charlotte, Matilda, Emily, Maria, and Jim, in Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Letter from Sam Brown of Boston [Massachusetts] to William Vernon of Newport [Rhode Island]. Followed by manuscript copy of letter from Thayer Bartlett & Co. of Charleston [South Carolina] dated January 23, 1769.
Letter from Sam Brown of Boston [Massachusetts] to William Vernon of Newport [Rhode Island]. Followed by manuscript copy of letter from Silvester Jones, in the Isle of France, to Sam Brown dated October 3, 1794.
Four-page affidavit of Benjamin Daley regarding the travel to Kentucky from Maryland and the ownership of the slaves Hezekiah, Killy, Westly, Reuben, Charlotte, Alexander, and James, in Harrison County, Kentucky.