A portion of a will possibly belonging to Thomas Drayton in which Drayton specifies the ways in which he would like his slaves distributed. The writer also wills several "hacks" and tracts of land on the Ashley River.
Petition of Alexander Blyth to the St. Andrew's Society requesting assistance from the St. Andrew's society, explaining that he is unable to ply his trade as a ship carpenter because of prolonged illness.
Petition of Gean Stewart to the St. Andrew's Society requesting assistance, explaining that a native tribe has killed her husband and kept her has a prisoner for an extended period, and that she has suffered illness since arriving in Charleston.
A newspaper clipping announcing an "Anniversary Meeting" of the Literary and Philosophical Society of South Carolina, to take place in Charleston on Chalmers Street at the "Depository." The clipping lists the elected officers of the Society.
An accounting of a women petitioning St. Andrew's Society on behalf of her husband for a land grant of 400 acres. The accounting includes three men noting their recommendations she be granted the land and certifying her story.
Result found on the following page of: Plowden Weston's Business Ledger