1. Documents from the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, concerning José Antonio de Areche, Visitador General del Peru from 1777 to 1782, and Viceroy Manuel Guirior. 1781-1795. 2. Memorias relativas a la sublevación del Casique de Tunga-Saca José Gabriel Tupac-Amaro ... 1780-1789. From various archives in Lima. 3. Relación de los hechos mas notables acaecidos en la sublevación general fraguada en los Reynos del Perú, por el Yndio José Gabriel Tupac-Amaru ...  Original in the Biblioteca Nacional, Lima. 4. Documentos reservados en los Autos Criminales contra Mariano Tupac Amaro y Andres Mendigure ... Bound in volume entitled "Rebelión de Tupac Amaru, Tomo II." Contains documents and letters covering negotiations for the surrender of Diego Cristóbal Tupac Amaru, 1781-1782. Original in the Biblioteca Nacional and Archivo Nacional, Lima
Prologo que se a puesto en esta copia ... de la ... relacion de govierno del Ex.mo Sr. Virrey D.n Manuel de Amat. (unsigned, undated)  p. on  leaves -- Extracto general [of accounts of the Peruvian viceroyalty : chart ordered compiled by Guirior, Amat's successor]. 1777 Dec. 24.  leaf ; 49 x 60 cm. folded to 28 x 21 cm. -- Resumen de los salarios de los ... [officiales] en ... Lima. (Unsigned, undated).  p. -- Determinacion ... sobre las fiansas del ... Amat en Lima : [letter, possibly from Guirior : title from endorsement. 1776?].  p.
Owner's accounts, keeper unknown, of outfitting the vessel -- Includes accounts of meetings as well as copies of letters, including letter (1824 Aug. 21) discussing kind of crew desired: "six black men and one white man ... one of them must be a fiddler"; entry (1821 June 1) pertaining to Mashpee Indian, Jesse Sepit, who was kept out of jail by payment by Thomas N. Ninson; and accounts of and tools made by four blacksmiths: E.W. Macy, Samuel B. Folger, Robert Hussey, and Freeman Sherman
The logbook of the bark Peru details a voyage from Fiji to Manila (Nov. 1831 to Jan. 1832). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master was John H. Eagleston; log keeper was Thomas Wilson Ross. It is a daily log describing wind, weather, location, sightings of ships, and fishing. Includes a poem
The journal kept aboard the bark Peru details two voyages between New York; Sandal Wood Island [i.e. Sumba Island], Indonesia; Manila, Philippines; Figi Islands [i.e, Fiji]; Wallis [i.e, Uvéa], Wallis and Futuna Islands; and Macao [i.e. Macau], China (Oct. 1830 to Mar. 1833). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owner was Stephen C. Phillips; master and log keeper was John H. Eagleston. It is a personal journal describing wind, weather, location, port activities, life at sea, deaths at sea, naval desertions, shipboard illnesses including cholera and smallpox, indigenous peoples, passengers, provisions, shipboard occupations, sightings of ships, and the country of Fiji. Bound with the ship Rasselus and the ship Emerald
Transcriptions of tombstone inscriptions from cemeteries in the Town of Peru, Clinton County, including St. Augustine's, Peasleeville, old cemetery in Peru village, and the Quaker cemetery in the Town of Ausable