From London to Joseph Benson at the Manchester Preaching House, continuing an unspecified religious dispute [Coke's accusation that Benson had Arian leanings], which he intends to raise at the next Conference.
He also asks for Benson's help in paying eight guineas to ffohn] Atlay, and that his regards and the gift of his horse should be presented to Mr Snowden.
Enclosed is a copy of Samuel Bradburn's letter, written at Cork, Ireland on 17 Oct 1779, to Mr Benson. This contains Bradburn's defence against the charge of Arianism, made against him by several preachers.
[See also: PLP/28/5/1-4.]