Part 1 The crucible of slavery: "The Horrors of Slavery, exemplified in the Life and History of the Rev Robert Wedderburn", 1824. Part 2 The making of a radical prophet: Robert Wedderburn, "Truth Self-Supported, or a Refutation of Certain Doctrinal Errors Generally Adopted in the Christian Church"; Robert Wedderburn to Francis Place, Giltspur St Prison, 22 March 1831. Part 3 Jamaican-British revolutionary: "The Axe Laid To the Root, or A Fatal Blow to Oppressors"; "The Axe Laid to the Root, No 2"; "The Axe Laid to the Root, No 4"; "The Axe Laid to the Root, No 6". Part 4 Insurrectionary preacher: "Can it be Murder to Kill a Tyrant?", handbill; misc shorter writings. Part 5 Infidel: the address of Rev R Wedderburn, to the Court of the King's Bench at Westminster, on appearing to receive Judgement for Blasphemy; "Cast Iron Parsons, or Hints to the Public and Legislature, on Political Economy"; "The Lion", 21 March 1828, "The Holy Liturgy, of Divine Service, upon the Principle of Pure Christian Diabolism..."