- Three-page printed circular letter from the American Anti-Slavery Society, soliciting donations that will support the "gratuitous distribution" of anti-slavery publications in pro-slavery areas. Followed by manuscript note from H. B. Stanton to Francis Jackson in Boston, Mass., giving a personal apppeal for funds.
- Two document on one leaf. On front, petition dated January 4, 1709, by "Jack O [sic] Negro]" of Boston [Massachusets] to marry "Esther, a negro servant" despite witheld consent from his master, Mr. Gutteridge. On back, petition dated March 30, 1780, by Mercy Turner to divorce her husband Philip Turner.
- Letter from John A. Collins, Henry W. Williams and [missing from bottom of page], committee members of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society in Boston, inviting Increase S. Smith, from Hingham, Massachusetts, to pariticipate in the eleventh anniversary of the Society. Names participants Nathaniel C. [Peabody?] Rogers, Thomas Earle, J. C. Fuller, C. C. Burleigh, J. C. Hathaway, and George Bradburn.