- 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.
- Four-page letter dated December 7, 1846, from Lysander Spooner in Winchendon, Massachusetts, to George Bradburn in Cleveland, Ohio, discussing various news of the abolitionist movement, opinions on articles and letters written by Edmund Quincy, Wendell Phillips [and others] and the affections of Elizabeth Sargeant.