- 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].
- List of donations [to the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society] from ca. 110 people belonging to various churches. Divided into columns labeled Orthodox, Baptists, Methodist, and Unitarian. Some of the names included in the list are: James Trask Woodbury, G. Buckingham Wilcox, Giles Pease; E. A. (Edward Ainsley) Stockman, Abijah Stowell, Benjamin Whitmore, Luther Sheldon, Asaph Meriam, C. T. Tucker, and Charles Manning Bowers.
- One-page letter and envelope from K. [Kenneth] Rayner of Raleigh, North Carolina, to Lysander Spooner dated May 4, 1867, thanking him for sending publications and giving post office locations for Hon. A. G. [Albert Gallatin] Brown and Hon. Thos. L. [Thomas Lanier] Clingman, and Hon. Rev. Buffim [?].