- Manuscript copy of a letter from Richard Adams of Richmond [Virginia] to William and Samuel Vernon of Newport, Rhode Island and Thomas Teakle Taylor, captain of the Schooner Little Sally, dated July 4, 1763, to notify of the safe arrival of a "very likely" slave shipment, and the general state of the Richmond market.
- Ship manifest of "negroes, mulattoes, and persons of color taken on" the Steamer Augusta of Washington from the port of Alexandria [Virginia] to Aquia Creek, Virginia. Includes names of ship's Master John Rogers, shipper Robert B. Brashear, collector Edward Green and one slave, Marth (Martha?) Burke.
- Four-page letter from N. B. [possibly Nicholas Biddle] van Zandt to Nicholas Gilman regarding the delayed repayment of borrowed money. Van Zandt expresses hope to to able to send some money to Gilman after visiting the executor of his father's estate and getting 'some of his negroes, these I may possibly convert into cash.'