20 Cockspur Street
Charing Cross SW
January 29 1884
I send you a rough draft of the account of Samuel Moroka’s case, which I propose to have printed for circulation. Will you kindly strike out any objectionable passage and insert or alter as seems best to you. My wish is to help Samuel as much as possible and not to hinder or interfere with anything you have done for him.
In a letter from Mr Green he says that Samuel’s legal advisor at Bloemfontein – Mr J.J. de Villiers, is his brother in law, his sister’s husband, and his own brother is well known in the Free State.