- Three-page inventory of the estate of David Tinsley of Caroline County [Virginia]. Identifies four slaves, "Jemmy a negro fellow, Tom a negro fellow, Plato a negro boy, Tamer a negro girl" along with household goods and livestock. Signed by executors Mary Tinsley, Ja. [James] Jameson, Thos. [Thomas] Daniel, Thos. [Thomas] Sale. Made official and signed by Benjamin Robinson of the Caroline County Court on March 8, 1759.
- Three-page letter dated May 7, 1867, from A. P. Aldrich in Barnwell, South Carolina, to Lysander Spooner of Boston, Massachusetts. Includes description of reactions to the U.S. flag in the South and a manuscript copy of a letter dated April 18, 1867, from Head Justice  of Darlington, South Carolina, to Judge A. P. Aldrich regarding case N. Evans vs. S. Whitman [?].
- Six-page inventory of the estate of Thomas Montgomery, including livestock, tools, furniture, etc.; lists one male slave named Godfrey, one female named Kate, one female slave named Henet with child Lucy; one female slave named Agg with child Manuel, one female slave named Melinder; one male slave named Henry; one female slave named Meriah; one male slave named Matt; one female slave named Sary; one female slave named Flow, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.