- Manuscript fragment listing the number of slaves and gallons of rum in Thomas Roger's possession. On back in a different hand, "Thos. Horns Acct. from Lisbon, 1765, Brigt. Charlotte," as well as the signature of John Fleming that appears to be unrelated. It is unclear if the account of Captain Rogers came from Horn.
- Insurance record No. 39 for the Sloop Carolina, Master Gilbert Fuller, to sail from the port of Providence, Rhode Island, to the coast of Africa, to Havana [Cuba] for purposes of trade. Signed by Edward Dickens, Samuel Allen, Cyrus Allen, and Benjamin Clifford. Underwritten by Caleb Gardner, Peleg Clarke, Samuel Vernon, William Vernon, James Robinson, Gibbs & Channing, George Gibbs, George Gibbs, Jr., Christopher Fowler, George Champlin, Simeon Martin, and Christopher Champlin.
- Ship manifest of "negroes, mulattoes, and persons of color taken on" the Steam Boat Columbia of Baltimore from the port of Alexandria [Virginia] to Norfolk [Virginia]. Includes names of ship's Master James Mitchell, shipper James H. Birch of Washington City, consignee B. V. Shekells of Washington, collector Edward Green and 13 slaves.