PRIVATE LETTERS OP
undertake to prosecute the plan more effectually. And, finally, if I appeal, it is not in my own name, but in the name of the oppressed and enslaved Dyaks. I appeal to those, whose views of policy lead to the extension of commerce ; to the religious body in England, who may here find a field for missionary labour, too long untried. I appeal to the humane who desire to suppress all the horrors of piracy and the slave trade, and whose feelings would lead them to put an end to a state of things repugnant to every idea of right, and to atrocities not to be exceeded in any part of the globe.
J. Brooke.J. Brooke.