Notes, marked 'Particulars of the Instructions sent by the Privy Council to Jamaica', sent by J[oseph] B[utterworth] to Mr [Thomas] Allan, Frederick's Place, Old Jewry [London]

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Discusses document to be drawn up by Dissenters suggesting they do not adopt the phraseology and that they should concentrate on Jamaica and Trinidad. Draft a letter to Lord Liverpool [Robert Banks Jenkinson] tomorrow requesting a deputation (including Mr Denson and [Rev] Dr [Thomas] Coke). Instructions of Privy Council will not alter situation in Jamaica. Indicates what elements of the instructions he thinks can be attributed to Nat[hanie]l Bonds. Asks what can be done with 'such abominable instructions' and the present act in Jamaica. Contact at London Missionary Society is the secretary, Mr [S W] Tracy, whom he has written to already insisting that weekday meetings be for 'Whites & Free People of Colour & for such Negroes as their Masters may permit.'

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