Copy letter from London to A. Paris, printer of Cook's Court, informing him of the decision by the King to repeal the persecuting law passed in Jamaica. Coke asks that all the congregations be informed of 'this fresh instance of the liberal and tolerating spirit of our Government'. Coke is about to leave for Ireland.
[Original in the possession of the Revd J.W. Hardcastle, 1934. A copy is in a scrap-book in the Wesley Historical Society Library, Westminster College, Oxford.]