- Bill for the cost of apprehending and transporting various slaves to trail presented by Allen Addison [possibly of Granville County, South Carolina] to "the Publick." Identifies slaves Lucy, Nancy, Hannah and Fryday, all belonging to Joseph Perry [possibly of Orangeburg County, South Carolina]. Signed by Addison's counsel, James Stobe [?].
- 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.
- Account record of Gardner and Dean, "in acct with Phillips & Gardner," in Charleston [South Carolina], listing expenses and profits associated with the selling of slaves from February, 1806, through March, 1806. Includes names of purchasers, D. Vaughn, John Gardner, Littlefield, J. Brinley, J & Dean, B. J. & Cooke, and J. [John] Marsh.