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Dr. Franklin to the Rev. Dr. Cooper, May 15, 1781. New

. - constitution of Massachusetts Maintenance

for the clergyScripture phrases. Sfc. 85

to Messrs. D. Wendorp and Thomas Hope Heygher,

June 8, 1781. Injustice of the English—New

law of nations - - - 87

to W. Carmichael, esq. Aug. 24,1781. Dr. F.'s

resignation refused by CongressVarious mat-

ter - - - - - 88

to the Rev. W. Nixon, Sept. 5, 1781. Means of

doing much good with little money • - 89

to the Hon. Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, Sept.

13, 1781 - - - - 90

to Richard Bache, esq. Sept. 13,1781. Mr. Whar-
ton's pamphlet on the Indiana claimsLoss of
Dr. F.'s papers - - ib.

to F. Hopkinson, esq. Sept 13, 1781. Dr. F.'a

friends and enemies - - - 92

to Edmund Burke, esq. M.P. Oct. 15,17S1. Re-
lative to Gen. Burgoyne and Mr. Laurens , • 03

to Messrs. Kornman, Nov. fil, 1781. Relative to

a claim of relationship with Dr. Franklin - 9*

to Gov. Pownali, Nov. 23, 1781. Relative to Mrs.

BarryThg warAuthority to treat of peace

Mr. Hobart - - - 95

to Mrs.C. Edes, Dec. 13,1781. Relative to Henry

Laurens, esq.Mr. BurkeGeneral Burgoyne 96

to Miss .Laurens, Dec. 29, 1781. Relative to her

father's situation - - 97

to **••*• Jan. 4, 1782. Containing advice

to certain manufacturers intending to emigrate

to America - - - 100

to His Excellency Gen. Washington, April 2, 1782.

Capitulation of Lord Cornwallis Introduc-

tion of Count de Segur, tfc. - - - 102

to the Chevalier de Chastelleux, April 6, 1782.

Change of ministry in EnglandPeaceCam-'

paign in AmericaCount de Segur - - 103

to Gen. Washington, April 8j 1782. Introduc-

tion of the Prince de Broglie - - 105

to the Rev. Dr. Priestley, June 7. 1782. Rcflee-'

tions on the conduct of mankind to each other

ApologueExperiments of Lavoisier - 10S

to Dr. Shipley, Bishop of St. Asaph, June 10, 1782 10S

to Dr. Ingenbausz> June 21, 1782. Reflections 0*

misunderstandings between friendsM. Lavoi-

to the Secretary for foreign affairs of the United

States, Sept. 3, 1782. The birth of the Dauphin

Capt. Asgill M. Tousard Allowance to

Mr. T. FranklinContingent expensesEnclo-

sures - -- - m' - 115

to Sir Joseph Banks, Sept. 9, 1782 - - 118

to F. Hopkinson, esq. Dec. 24, 1782. On the

planting trees in Philadelphia Newspaper

abuse - - • 119

* to * * • , Jan. 11, 1783. T/tanking him for his

worksCriminal lawsOn his project of remov-

ing to America - - - 121'

to David Barclay, esq. Jan. 8, 1783 - - 123

to * * * , March 9, 1783 - - - 12*

to Mrs. Hew Sob, Jan. 27, 1783. On the death of

her mother—-Invitation to come to Passy - 125

to the Right Hon. the Earl of Bucban, March 17,

1783. On the acquisition of lands, and form-

ing settlements in America - - 127

to William Jones, esq. March 17. 1783 - - 128-

to the Bishop of St. Asaph, (Dr. Shipley) March

17, 1783. On tlte peace with America - 130

to Sir Joseph Banks, July 27, 1783. On the return

of peace - - - - 131

to Brand Hollis, esq. Oct. 5, 1783. Eulogium of

Thomas Hollis - - - 134

to His Excellency John Jay, esq. Jan. 6, 1784 - 136

to Mrs. Bache, Jan. 26, 1784. On the proposed

order of CincinnatiHereditary nobility and

descending honors - 137

to His Excellency Henry Laurens, esq. Feh. 12,

1784. Remarks on the British government - 145

to William Strahan, esq. Feb. 16, 1784. Sugges-

tions as to the deplorable situation of the Bri-

tish government - - - 147

to Henry Laurens, esq. March 12, 1784 • 148

to Mr. Walter, (Printer, London) April 17, 1784.

On the logographical mode of printing - 150

t<, Mr. Benjamin Webb, April 22, 1784. A new

method of repaying money lent - -152

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Dr. Franklin to ibe Rev. Dr. Mather, May 12. 1784. On

his advice to the people of America - - 152

to Dr. Percival, July 17, 1784. Remarks on du-

elling - - - - 154

to Messrs. Weems and Gant, citizens of the

United States, July 18, 1784. On their wish

to obtain ordination - - - 156

to Benjamin Vaughan, esq. July 26, 1784. Re-

straints on commerceLuxury and industry - 158

to Dr. Price, August 16, 1784. BalloonsEng-

lish constitutionState of America - - 165

- to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Howe, August

18, 1784. On receiving Captain Cook's voy-

age by order of the king - - 168

to William Strahan, esq. August 19. 1784. In-

vites him to PassyAnnihilation of profit-

able placesAmerican congress and the British

parliament The late warGeneral Clarke,

fyc. Sfc. - ib.

to George Wheatley, esq. August 21, 1784. Tract

on the principles of tradeFoundling hospital

Double spectacles - - - 173

to * * * (supposed to Dr. Priestley). August 21,

1784. General MelvilleProfession of faith

The Old Testament - - - 175

to B. Vaughan, esq. Sept. 7, 1784. Introduction

of Count Mirabeau - - 177

to B. Vaughan, esq. April 21, 1785. On ma-
nufacturesBooks. and loose printing - ib.

to an engraver in Paris, (110 date). Refusing his

eulogium and dedication - - 180

to Dr. Ingenhausz, April 29, 1785. On the stone

Invitation to Passy and to AmericaIdle

stories respecting that countryThe Emperor

of Germany .... Jsj

to George Wheatley, esq. May 19, 1785. On send-

ing him his medallion - - - 183

to Jonathan Williams, esq. May 19, 1785 - ib.

to George Wheatley, esq. May 23, 1785. Moral

and philosophical reflectionsFoundling hospi-

tal at ParisOffice for nursesThe Philadel-

phia bankThe Cincinnati Constitution of

the United States Anecdote of three Green-

landers—Description of double spectacles - 184

to * * * June 20, 1786. Dissuading him from

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attempting crossing to England in a balloon - 191

Dr. Franklin to Granville Sharp, esq. July 5, 1785. Law

of Gavtl-kindElection of Bishops—Abridg-

ment of the Liturgy - - - 192

to David Hartley, esq. July 5, 1785. To take leave

on quitting Europe - - - 104

to His Excellency General Washington, Philadel-

phia, Sept. 20, 1785. On his intended bust by

Houdon - - - - ib.

Answer to the foregoing - - "- 195

to Mr. and Mrs. Jay, Sept. 21, 1785. Answer to

their congratulations on his arrival in America 196

to David Hartley, esq. Oct. 27, 1785. Stale of

America - - - - 197

to Monsieur Mathon de la Cour, Nov. 18, 1785.

On his Writings - - - 198

to Dr. Bancroft, Nov. 26, 1785. On a proposed

new edition of Dr. Franklin's Writings by Mr.

Dilly A commercial treaty between Great

Britain and the United States - - 199

to Dr. Shipley, Bishop of St. Asaph, Feb. 24, 1786.

Various matter - - - 201

to Monsieur Le Veillard, of Passy, Philadelphia,

March 6, 1786. On the Jlorishing state of

AmericaTho Cardinal De Rohan, fyc. Sfc. - 20*

to Mrs. Hewson, May 6, 1786. Various mat-

ter - - - - - 206

to Nt,ah Webster, esq. June 18, 1786. On a re-

formed alphabet - 209

to William Cooke, esq. Aug. 12, 1786. On nam-

ing the new State of Franklin - - 210

to Colonel Hunter, Nov. 24, 1786. On the stale

of America, S(c. Sfc. - - - 211

to Mr. Small, Feb. 19, 1787. Improvement in the

Common Prayer Book, Sfc. Sfc. - - 213

to Monsieur Le Veillard, April 15, 1787 * 214

to the Duke de la Rochefbucault, April 15, 1787.

Reply to his congratulationsState of Ame-

rica Constitution thereof Death of the

Duchess DAnvilleIntroduction of Thomas

Paine - - - - 2l6

to the Marquis De Chastellux, April 17, 1787. On

receiving his " Travels in the United States"

Assembly of the Notables - -219

Dr. Franklin to Messrs. les Abbes Cbalut et Arnaud, April

17, 1787 - - - - 220

to the Marquis de la Fayette, April 17, 1787. Va-

rum* matter -* - - 221

to Monsieur I'Abbe Morellet, April 22. 1787. On

the fretdom of commerceState of America - 223

to Mr. Jordain, (London) May 18. 17«7. On

receiving his present of a cask of porterVa-

rious matter . - _ jj^jj

to George Wheatley, esq. May 18, 1787- The

Philadelphia Bank— Commercial treaty scheme

for coining—Dr. Riley - -- - 227

to Mr. Small, Sept. 28, 1787- American taxation

New form of prayer-—American royalists,

Sfc. .... 229

to Count De Buffon, Nov. 19, 1787. On the stone 231

to • * *, Dec. 15, 1787. Disorders in Hol-

landProjected conquest from Turkey - 232

to Monsieur Le Veillard, Feb. 17, 1788. Relative

to Monsieur Saugrain Dr. Franklin's Me-

moirs of his own lifeNew Constitution pro-

posed for the United State*Imports on trade

Paper money - - - - 233

to the Editors of the Pennsylvania Gazette, March

30, 1788. On the abuse of the press - - 236

to Monsieur Le Veillard, April 22, 1788. Respect-

ing Dr. Franklin's own MemoirsThe new con-

stitutionCustom-house duties - - 239

to Madame Lavoisier, Oct. 23, 1788. Thanking

her for his portrait - 240

to Dr. Ingenhausz, Oct. 24, 1788. Relative to

the state of his healthThe steam-boat - C42

to Benjamin Vaughan, esq. Oct. 24, 1788. Re-

lative to Dr. Franklin's own MemoirsThe

Turkish warDrs. Price and Priestley

Heresy .... 043

to Mrs. Partridge, Nov. 25, 1788. On the death

of Ben. KentOrthodoxy - - 245

to Mrs. Mecom, (Dr. Franklin's sister) Nov. 26,
1788 ~ . T - ib.

to Mr. Small, Feb. 17, 1789. On the stone—Ex-

pedient to assist hearing » 246

to Mrs. Greener March 2, 17S9 - - 248

to Mrs. Catherine Louisa Shipley, April 57, 1789.

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