- Two-page deposition with testimonies of L. J. Bartow and Parker Howlet of Berrien County [Michigan]. Plaintiff Bartow declares nonpayment of funds by Howlet through an endorsed note from the "Bank of Niles," to which defendant Howlet responds that the allegations are insufficient for conviction. Recorded by Court Justice Samuel Hunter, who notes at bottom and verso that the case was overruled. On verso, tabulations referring to portions of the trial, probably a list of hours spent processing case.
- Unsigned letter with no addressee regarding charges from Captain [Thomas] Rogers [possibly on the Brig Othello] for wood, canoe hire, corn, and water. The author writes that, "if you possibly can imagine this to be a reasonable charge, pray allow it to him - but it is more than double we were ever charg'd by those that brought off twice the number of slaves."
- Account record of Gardner and Dean, "in acct with Phillips & Gardner," in Charleston [South Carolina], listing expenses and profits associated with the selling of slaves from February, 1806, through March, 1806. Includes names of purchasers, D. Vaughn, John Gardner, Littlefield, J. Brinley, J & Dean, B. J. & Cooke, and J. [John] Marsh.