Copy letter from Bristol to an unnamed correspondent in the United States (carried by Dr Davidge), describing his busy work-load, including his recent visits to the West Indies, Holland and the 'principal English Societies'.
Coke expresses his intention of improving his knowledge of French, in readiness to carry out missions in that country once the war was over. Mention is also made of the cost of the West Indian Mission –,C1,200 per year.
He also gives a detailed description of the success in Yorkshire, where 10,000 converts have been made in the last year.
[Original in the possession of the Baltimore Methodist Historical Society.]