- Manuscript copy of letter from Francis Mairez and David Cooper of Montego Bay, Jamaica, [to Samuel and William Vernon], sent via Captain George Sweet on the Brig Othello, regarding profits from slaves sold on the Vernon's behalf and other trade business. Followed by a second letter dated August 22, 1775, from Mairez and Cooper [to the Vernons] regarding their accounts current.
- Contract for employment on the Sloop Louisa, "bound from the Port of Newport, Rhode Island to Africa & from thence to Charleston and then back to said Newport." Includes the name of ship Master Samuel Taggart, first mate Benjamin Weaver, second mate Zephaniah Hathaway, and seamen Noel Allen, William Tayer, Abram Brouwer, Lenard Pieters, John Hermany, and James Murry. On back, multiple notations dated March 1, 1805, through September 24, 1805, detailing payments to crew.
- Account record for sales of goods aboard the Brig Royal Charlotte at Bonivista [Jamaica?] by Captain William Pinniger on behalf of Messrs. Samuel and William Vernon and Thomas Teakle Taylor [of Newport, Rhode Island]. Includes purchases of brandy, gin, bread, and wages for men to bring water for the Brig.