- Invitation for "the citizens of Boston" to assemble October 14 [no year given] at Faneuil Hall to discuss the "condition of the Fugitive Slaves, and the colored persons of this city, under the new Fugitive Slave Law." Signed by Josiah Quincy, J. Ingersoll Bowditch, Waterston, Robert; Samuel May, Ezra Lincoln, William Foster, William S. Andrews, William E. Coffin, and Charles F. Hovey.
- Two-page deposition of Samuel Whittelsey of Wallingford, Connecticut, describing a meeting between Reverend Mr. Joseph Noyse [Noyes] of New Haven [Connecticut], and Mr. Wharam Mather of South New Haven [Connecticut], where Mather asked for prayers because "the Devil had made some trouble among his Negroes." Whittelsey testifies that Mather suffered loss of memory and the he "never saw a man so broken." Note on verso, "Opened in Wendham [Windham] Superior Court - Sept. form 1749, pr. Wm. [William] Pitkin Assist."