A "written report made by one of the colored men who went to New Haven as an interpreter with Mr. Leavitt." The report is an account of an unnamed individual regarding a visit by Joshua Leavitt, Simeon Jocelyn, a group of gentlemen, the Congo interpreter, and himself to the jail in New Haven Upon meeting the Amistad Captives, the interpreter "received in answer they did not speak Congo and they was Mandingo." The interpreter then questioned Antonio in Spanish, asking whether he was from Africa, the "nation" of the Amistad Captives, how long it been since they left Havana, and on which vessels they had traveled. Antonio also includes an account of the mutiny on board the Amistad.