That's great, anyone researching those individuals named in that listing may be able to get copies through you. I knew not everybody could get to the Archives to see those records, but thought it important enough for people to know that they were available and perhaps at some point they might be able to do so.
I also must tell you that I am always referring to your webpages at Genealogyforum.org about the "Free Blacks in the Anti-bellum North Carolina" as a guide to what kinds of laws were affecting FCP throughout the years, it is so informative and a great timeline. I keep forgetting that you have a new blog site, and have actually bookmarked it, but your message & link at the bottom here reminds me it is a good place to visit, and I would highly recommend it to others researching North Carolina. It's a great guide as well as a good knowledge base about what was going on for People of Color in the South.