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COMPRISING LETTERS, PRIVATE AND OFFICIAL, FROM THE TIME OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST MISSION TO ENGLAND, TO THE BEGINNING OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 1757–1775.
(CoNTINUED.) Page 1772. To John Foxcroft. 4 February. - - - - - 1 Agency in procuring Walpole's Grant.—Postoffice. To Cadwallader Evans. 6 February. - - 3
Silk produced in Pennsylvania, and sent to England for
a Bounty. From David Hume to B. Franklin. 7 February. . . 5
On the Prejudices against his Writings. To Thomas Cushing. 13 April. . . . . . 7
Little done in Parliament relating to America. — Lord
To Mrs. Deborah Franklin. 5 May. - - - - 8 To Mrs. Deborah Franklin. 14 July. . . . . 9 Journey to the North of England.
To William Frankin. 17 August. . . . . . 10 Removal of Lord Hillsborough.-Lord Dartmouth.
To William Franklin. 19 August. . . . . . 12 Use of bodily Exercise.