DTH/1/34-49: Bundle contents: DTH/1/34: Copy. Report on Means of civilization of Africa (1807). | DTH/1/35: Plan for forming a Black Corps, from slaves from American vessels (March 1808). | DTH/1/36: Copies of letters to Edward Cooke (2) and Thomas Perronet Thompson (3) from Zachary Macauley; and minutes of a conversation (of Z.M.?) with Mr. Cook (13 August 1808 to 7 April 1809). | DTH/1/37: Proceedings in Sessions of the Peace of Sierra Leone: Rex v. Henry Bradford: regarding slaves on board American sloop 'Triton' of Bristol, Rhode Island (30 January 1809). | DTH/1/38: Estimate of expenditure on attempted improvement of Pirates Bay, Sierra Leone (15 May 1809 to 31 January 1810). | DTH/1/39: 'Hints respecting the means of civilizing Africa'. Endorsement by Thomas Perronet Thompson that it was found among papers left by Mr. Ludlam 'for the information of future Governors' (undated). | DTH/1/40: Proceedings in Vice-Admiralty Court concerning slaves seized by H.M.S. 'Derwent' from the schooner 'Africaan' (22 May 1809). | DTH/1/41: Draft letter to the captain of a vessel from Thomas Perronet Thompson: concerning seizing mutineers; slavery; affairs in Sierra Leone (3 August 1809). | DTH/1/42: Bundle of 'Proceedings in respect of Swedish schooner Penel': - slaves seized from the 'Penel' by the brig letter of marque 'Minerva' of London; which also seized 'El General' of Spain (August 1809). | DTH/1/43: Bond in Ł1,179: Thomas Perronet Thompson to the Crown: - to take no reward, bounty or payment in respect of a case, Rex v. 'sundry ... inhabitants of Africa', pending in the Vice-Admiralty Court (5 September 1809). | DTH/1/44: Certificate of T. Ludlam, late Governor of Sierra Leone: - freedom of an ex-slave, Coree, taken from the 'Triton' (as DTH/1/37). Endorsed with comments of Thomas Perronet Thompson (18 September to 31 October 1809). | DTH/1/45: Memorial of principal inhabitants of Sierra Leone to Thomas Perronet Thompson, as Governor: petitioning for stay of execution of Anne Morgan (undated). | DTH/1/46: General Orders of Thomas Perronet Thompson: - concerning guards, sentries, peace officers, fire precautions, compliments to native chiefs, etc. (undated). | DTH/1/47: General Orders of Thomas Perronet Thompson: on transfer of the government of the colony (11 February 1810). | DTH/1/48: Letter: P. Hartwig, Fange, to Thomas Perronet Thompson: - will call on him in a few days; the principal inhabitants of Fange and the Sumbia country beg Thomas Perronet Thompson to visit them before he returns to England (20 February 1810). | DTH/1/49: Draft Memorandum of Thomas Perronet Thompson on 'the transactions of the Civil Store' (23 January 1812).