- Account record for sales of slaves aboard the Ship Ascension at Mozambique by Samuel Chace on behalf of Messrs. Vernon Gardner & Co. [William Vernon and Caleb Gardner]. Includes purchases of blankets, medical expenses, and "landing" fees, as well as a sale of 33 slaves to Don Thomas Antonio Romero in Mozambique.
- Receipt for wages paid to George Larm by Captain John Duncan of the Brig Othello, includes deduction from wages for 3 1/2 gallons rum "stole out of a cask that was tapt in the head with a gimblet by you or some your ship mates you must pay for among yourselves." On back, note dated March 21, 1771 verifying receipt of payment signed by Boyle Vandeleure of Barbados.
- Insurance claim for the loss of slaves aboard the Brig Othello during a trading voyage to Leeward [Islands, West Indies], due to the "carelessness" and "neglect" of crew members Nathaniel Shearman, Ezekiel Mitchell, and John Bent. Claim submitted in Barbados and created by notary public Thomas Workman.