- Two-page evaluation of the estate of Francis M. Hunt, prepared by appointed commissioners to determine the value and interest of his property, including "a negro slave named Willis worth $1,000." Signed by commissioners N. G. Tevis, Roy Stewart, and John S. Murphy. Note on back reads, "N. B. Collin, Guardian on Petition."
- Two-page printed blank form filled out in manuscript with the deposition of Mr. Samuel Patterson of the firm of Smylie and Patterson of Charleston, South Carolina. Prepared by notary public Abraham Crouch, Patterson declares shipment of 140 bales of cotton bound for the port of Londonderry [probably Ireland] on the Ship New Good Intent, captained by Robert Lawton. Signed on verso by Benjamin Moore of the British Consul's Office of Charleston, South Carolina.