Copy letter from London to Ezekiel Cooper in Baltimore, re Coke's visit to France, and the formation of societies in Normandy. He also visited Paris, but there is 'no established work there at present'. He hopes to see Cooper at the General Conference [Baltimore 1792].
Reference is also made to the sending of missionaries to Sierra Leone in West Africa, and William Black's report on the good work being carried out in Nova Scotia, Canada.
In a postscript Coke mentions his scalded leg which has laid him up for a month.
[Original at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.]