- Letter dated September 1, 1769, from Adams & Griffin of Richmond [Virginia] to William and Samuel Vernon of Newport, Rhode Island regarding the slow sale of slaves shipped on the Brig Othello, citing their poor condition. Followed by a letter signed by Adams & Griffin to that the remaining slaves had been sold. Includes list detailing the "state of the market."
- 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.