The present cotton crises caused by small exports from America is addressed. Cotton production in West Africa is promoted as an alternative.
Contains extracts from a number of letters including one that was published in the 'Cotton Supply Reporter'. Other extracts are taken from the letters of the Hon. J. T. Comissiong, Member of the Council of Sierra Leone; Mr John Taylor, Wellington Mill, Oldham; Mr W[illia]m. Hamer, Nob End Mill, near Bolton; Mr J. B. Cooke, Liverpool; Mr John Creetham, Eastwood, Staylbridge; Messers J. & P. Coates, Paisley; and Mr Tho[mas] Emmott, Vale Mills, Oldham.