- 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.'
- 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 [?].