• This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 133 PLP 28/20/4
  • Former Reference
      GB 135 PLP 28/20/4
  • Dates of Creation
      21 Apr 1812
  • Physical Description
      1 item

Scope and Content

Printed circular letter from Bristol to the principal circuits in which Coke gives his reasons for not raising funds in their areas, in accordance with the vote of the Conference.

Despite the commitments which have kept him in London [a reference to the Jamaica persecution], Coke has, however, succeeded in raising £1,200 for the General Fund, £200 for the mission among the French prisoners, and between £700 and £800 for the African mission. He has also borrowed on bond a further L1,000 for the General Fund.

[Original copy also in possession of the Baltimore Historical Society.]