Copy letter from Liverpool to an unnamed American correspondent, applauding reports of the progress of work in Maryland, Delaware and Tennessee. Coke hopes to be able to finally settle in the United States by the time of the next General Conference.
Reference is made to the continuing work in Ireland as recently reported on by [Ezekiel] Cooper, but there is nothing of significance happening in Britain.
Coke maintains a lengthy discourse on the nature of the sermons that ought to be preached, including the importance of stressing 'necessity of sanctification and entire devotedness to God'.
[Original at Boston University.]