George E. Day has received a "book of drawings" and has consulted with a group of gentleman regarding the question of publishing a narrative of the Amistad Captives. In his letter, Day questions whether such a narrative would do "more harm than good," stating that James Covey is valuable as a translator in certain ways, but not others, and that a narrative may not be accurate in his opinion. Day mentions the extent of time he, Mr. Griswold, and Mr. Learner [?] have spent with the Amistad Captives and that the Captives continue to show interest in the instruction they receive. Josiah W. Gibbs encloses a communication [not present] of stories about Cinque which have been "much laid to rest."