- Manuscript copy of a letter dated July 5, 1756, from Austin & Laurens of Charleston, South Carolina, to William and Samuel Vernon of Newport, Rhode Island regarding difficulties selling a shipment of "refuse slaves." In companion letter, Austin & Laurens discuss further slave shipments and mention a dispute with Benjamin Yarnold, who attempted to return a female slave that fell ill the day after purchase.
- List of donors [probably to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society] for July 1846. The list of donors includes Richard Hildreth, Harriet Capen, Robert Briggs, Thomas C. Wales, G. C. Leach, Paul Morrill, Artemas White, Willis & Co., Wells, Whetherbee & Co.[Wetherbee Bros.], Hiram Davis, Charles N. Chandler, David Kimball, Heman S. Doane, Thomas E. Lilley [Lillie], Healy & Spaulding, Thomas Whittemore, Boyd & Beard, Henry Rice, A. B. Vose, William Underwood, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Cutter, and others.
- Two-page letter dated June 21, 1854, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, notifying of the travels of Mrs. Hoyt and Sarah Hoyt, and also giving some abolitionist news. At end, Spooner mentions that, "my lady and I do not get reconciled" and asks that Bradburn not inquire about Spooner's love affairs.