- Two document on one leaf. On front, petition dated January 4, 1709, by "Jack O [sic] Negro]" of Boston [Massachusets] to marry "Esther, a negro servant" despite witheld consent from his master, Mr. Gutteridge. On back, petition dated March 30, 1780, by Mercy Turner to divorce her husband Philip Turner.
- Bill for the cost of apprehending and transporting various slaves to trail presented by Allen Addison [possibly of Granville County, South Carolina] to "the Publick." Identifies slaves Lucy, Nancy, Hannah and Fryday, all belonging to Joseph Perry [possibly of Orangeburg County, South Carolina]. Signed by Addison's counsel, James Stobe [?].
- Document labeled "Supreme Court, October Term" listing people indicted in the case of Belinda, a slave owned by William Cook, who was accused of murdering Cooler, a slave owned by Nathaniel Marston. Includes surgeons John Bard [possibly of New York], and Thomas Jones, George Walgrove [Walgreen?], Robert Plowman, Robert Burnee, Patrick Murphew [Murphy?], Samuel Johnson, Ephrah Cook, Sarah Brock, and Elizabeth Tuckey.