This essay focusses on a letter written on January 5, 1865, by Edward Bean Underhill, secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society in London, to Edward Cardwell, the Colonial Secretary, i.e., the member of the British cabinet in charge of administering British colonial interests abroad, including Jamaica. The letter is transcribed in Dr. Underhills Letter. A Letter Addressed to the Rt. Hon. E. Cardwell, with Illustrative Documents on the Condition of Jamaica, and an Explanatory Statement (London: Arthur Miall, 1865), which is digitized and available on Google Books
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