- Two-page letter from the Antislavery Office, Philadelphia, giving notification for an Antislavery convention to be held in Harrisburg [Pennsylvania] on December 19, 1837, with the intent of organizing a State Antislavery Society. Signed by committee members of the Friends of Immediate Emancipation in Pennsylvania. Letterhead features engraving 'A Colored Young Man of the City of New York, 1835' by P. Reason.
- Two-page deposition of Dr. John Archer of Annarundel [Anne Arundel] County [Maryland], describing circumstances surrounding the death of Jos, a slave belonging to Mr. James Lee. Archer testifies that an autopsy of the victim showed cause of death to be consistent with an accidental head injury at the hand of his master, Lee, despite Jos's complaints of "a pain in the side." Recorded by Annandale Lordship Justice of the Peace, Reverdy Ghiseln.
- Two-page deposition of Sylvester Judson of New York City regarding his runaway female slave, Isabel, who willfully refused to return to his service. Recorded and signed by J. Hedden [probably Josiah Hedden]. Note on verso states that the deposition was "taken and ordered by J. Hopson and J. Warner" [probably Judge James Hopson and Judge Henry Whiting Warner].