Majority of correspondence (where addresses are extant) was sent to 77 Hatton Gardens, London, otherwise known as Mission House.
Correspondents include Thomas Allen, Adam Clarke, William Wilberforce, Titus Close and William Dowson.
Item 65 is a printed circular from J Pratt at the Church Missionary Society appealing for funds for a seminary in Islington [Middx], 15 April 1823.
Item 103 comprises two accounts of the statement by George Rose, MP, to Parliament regarding the state of Christianity amongst the slave population of the British West Indies, June 1823.
Item 125 is an enquiry regarding some recent gifts for African children, 7 July 1823.