Broadside written by Mathew Carey of Philadelphia under the pseudonym of Hamilton. He briefly outlines the development of Lexington, commenting on its educational and cultural institutions, its churches, businesses, economy and trade. Louisville and the effect of the canal at the Falls of the Ohio are also discussed. Carey also addresses the prejudices long held against the character of Kentuckians and the issue of homicide in the state.
Letter from Abraham Hite to Jonathan Clark, in which he mentions land and the price of land on Beargrass Creek, stating Clark would take twelve dollars per acre or trade in enslaved persons. He states Charles Thruston was murdered by one of his enslaved men.