- Account record of Samuel & William Vernon for the proceeds from the sale of "54 negroes reced. of the Sloop Hare, Caleb Godfrey Masr." Includes names of London merchants William Thompson, Charles Mayne, George Seaman, John Bristow, William Mayne, Gabriel Manigault, Benjamin Stead, Charles Mayne, and William Stead.
- Two-page deposition of John Champneys describing the circumstances surrounding charges of financial support for William Binnie [Junior], the "negro wench Jenny" and her children. Champneys purchased Jenny at "St. Augustine's when the whole property of Wm. [William] Binnie the Elder was sold" by John Martin. He subsequently gave Jenny to the infant son, William Binnie [Junior], by deed of gift. He objects to monetary charges placed against him by Mr. Quinby, the second husband of Binne Sr.'s widow, for "the board and maintenance of the child," from the time of marriage to his mother until the time of her death, when William Binne [Junior] was sent along with Jenny to reside with his Aunt. Additional note on verso shows that Fleetwood Armstrong, "on account of the valuable qualifications of the wench" has released William Binnie of all other charges.
- Letter from Francis Jackson of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society to Lewis Tappan, Samuel E. Cornish, and Simon S. Jocelyn [in New York City], listing approximately 85 members from Massachusetts who will attend the 4th anniversary of the American Anti-Slavery Society, including William Lloyd Garrison, Ellis Gray Loring, and Samuel E. Sewall.