- One-page letter dated July 18, 1848, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, notifying that he is leaving Boston for Athol because he has "nothing to eat" and that "the Abolitionists must flounder in their ignorance until they are willing to give me bread in exchange for knowledge."
- Manuscript letter by Robert Breckenridge [of Lexington, Kentucky] for publication in the Baltimore American, appealing to readers to send in monetary support and subscriptions to the Danville Review in order that the publication be able to continue operation after many of its officers became supporters of the confederacy.
- Four-page inventory of Bartholomew Gartman of Jefferson County, Georgia, regarding his estate at the time of his death. Identifies two slaves, "1 negro man named Limbrick [?]; 1 negro girl nam'd Peggy," among livestock and household goods. Signed on last page by administrators of the estate, Solomon Hood, Charly Higdon, and Shomake Holden. Made official and signed by Jas. [James] Bozeman.