- Two-page deposition of Samuel Whittelsey of Wallingford, Connecticut, describing a meeting between Reverend Mr. Joseph Noyse [Noyes] of New Haven [Connecticut], and Mr. Wharam Mather of South New Haven [Connecticut], where Mather asked for prayers because "the Devil had made some trouble among his Negroes." Whittelsey testifies that Mather suffered loss of memory and the he "never saw a man so broken." Note on verso, "Opened in Wendham [Windham] Superior Court - Sept. form 1749, pr. Wm. [William] Pitkin Assist."
- Birth certificate of Eleanor, born April 9, 1807, to a 'Negro woman Margaret' and her husband Pompey. Includes note that Eleanor was baptised by Reverend Mr. Harris [probably Rev. William Harris] at St. Mark's Church in the Bowery and sponsored by Margaret's owner, widow Christian Marschalk of New York City. In document, Marschalk expresses concern that a certficate had not already been submitted by her attorney, Dirck Ten Broeck [Dirk Tenbroeck], and thus submits a second.
- Four-page letter from Williams Carter Wickham, Presiding Justice of Hanover County Court [Virginia], to Governor of North Carolina Thomas Bragg regarding the incarceration of John J. Thomas, who was arrested for purportedly aiding a slave named Lawrence to escape to a free state. The slave belonged to Nancy Ward of Wayne County, North Carolina.