A report by Austin F. Williams about a "visit to the Place of the landing of the Africans in the Schooner Amistad, Long Island" [Culloden Point]. According to Williams, the visit was made via the revenue cutter, Wolcott, which was commanded by Captain [Andrew] Mather, along with U.S. Marshal Norris Wilcox and District Attorney for the State of Connecticut, William S. Holabird. Williams reports that D.P. Janes accompanied the group, along with Mr. Lester, Mr. Allen, and Lieutenant Richard Meade. The group met with Sullivan Haley about facts related to Jose Ruiz, including a conversation between D.P. Janes and Ruiz regarding the Amistad Captives. Williams mentions another conversation occurring on board the Wolcott that included a discussion concerning the "Africans and Spaniards, as well as on the general subject of slavery, which after a while become very troublesome to some of the party and specially to Lt. Mead [sic].” Williams reports on Meade's poor opinion of Lewis Tappan and favorable opinion of Pedro Montes. Meade claims that Montes intends to free the children who were on board La Amistad after the court proceedings.