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Letters Relating To American Politics.

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Dr. Franklin to Joseph Galloway, esq. speaker of the

house of assembly of Pennsylvania.—London,

June 13, 1767. Repeal of act restraining the

legal tender of paper moneyMr. Grenville

Mr. TownsendThe salt dutyChange of mi-

nistry predicted - - . - 276

to the same, August 8, 1767- Attempt to form a

coalition of parties. Right claimed to tax the

colonies. Paper money - ;- 281

to Governor Franklin, New Jersey, August 28,

1767. Conversation with Lord Shelburne and

Mr. Conway on American affairs. Paper mo-

ney De Guerchy Monsieur Durand, the

French Plenipotentiary, curious about American

affairs - - - - 285

to Governor Franklin, Nov. 25, 1767. Governor

BarnardConversation with Lord Shelburne

Dean TuckerLord Clare - - 287

to Joseph Galloway, esq. Dec. I. 1767- Paper

moneyMr. GrenvilleDuke of Bedford - 290

to Mr. Ross, Philadelphia, London, Dec. 12, 1767.

Question of admitting America to be represented

in the British parliament - - 292

to Governor Franklin, Dec. 19, 1767. The Boston

resolutions concerning tradeAnecdote relative

, to Colonel Onslow and Mr. Grenville - 293

Governor Pownall to Dr. Franklin. Concerning an equal

communication of rights, privileges, &>c. to Ame-

rica by Great Britain - 295

Minutes on the back of the foregoing, by Dr.

Franklin - - - - 296

Dr. Franklin to Governor Franklin, Jan. 9, 1768. Change

of ministryBedford party to come in - 297

to Joseph Galloway, esq. Jan. 9, 1768. Change of

ministryAmerican affairs - - 298

to the same, Feb. 17, 17b'8. Restraining act rela-

tive to paper moneyConversation with Lord

Hillsborough on the subject, and on a change of

government in PennsylvaniaFarce acted in

parliament respecting the mayor and aldermen of

OxfordBorough jobbing "Mr. Beck ford's

bill to prevent bribery and corruptionSarcastic

reply to Mr. Thurlow, who opposed it - 299

Dr. Franklin to Thomas Wharton, esq. Philadelphia; Lon-

don, Feb. 20, 1768. Conversation with Mr. Se-

cretary Conway; relative to his resignation, and

to American affairsBoston proceedings - 303

to Governor Franklin, March 13, 1768. Lord

HilhboroughThe Farmer's lettersAmerican

manufacturesNew elections in England - 305

to the Committee of Correspondence, Pennsylvania,

March 13, 1768. Affair of the boundary line

with the IndiansGeneral Gage Governor

Penn - - - - 309

to Joseph Galloway. esq. March 13, 1768. Lord

Hillsborough.The old parliament gone--First

instance of bribery in Queen Elizabeth's time,

monstrously risen since - - - 311

to the Committee of Correspondence, Pennsylvania,

April 16, 1768. Repeal of the duty actChange

of governmentLegal tender of paper money - 312

to Governor Franklin, April 16, 1768. New par-

liamentary electionsWilkes's election for Mid-

dlesexIlluminations on that occasion - 313

to Mr. Ross, May 14, 1768. Disorders on the Ame-

rican frontiersState of the Capital of England

on account of WilkesSending a Bishop to

America - - - - 315

to Joseph Galloway, esq. May 14, 1768. Great

disorders in London occasioned by Wilkes's party 316

to Governor Franklin, July 2, 1768. The Duke of

GraftonMr. Secretary CooperLord North

Mr. Todd, secretary of the post-officeLord

Clare - - - 318

to Joseph Galloway, esq. July 2, 1768. Removal

o f Lord ClareReturn of Lord Hillsborough

Other changes in administrationCombination

in AmericaWilkes's outlawry reversed - 323

to • • *, London, Nov. 28, 1768 - - 325

to Monsieur Dubourg, Oct. 2, 1770. Great Bri-

tain no right to tax the North American colonies 326

to Gov. Franklin, Aug. 17. 1772. Removal of Lord

Hillsborough—Succeeded by Lord Dartmouth - 327
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Dr. Franklin to Governor Franklin, August 19, 1772.

Lord HillsboroughRefused admittance to hint 329

to Joseph Galloway, esq. August 22, 1772. Lord

Hillsborough's resignationLord Dartmouth

succeeded him— Lord Rochford - - 332

to the same, Dec. '2, 1772. Lord Dartmouth

Court of ExchequerThe India CompanyDu-

ty on tea, Sfc. .... 333

to Thomas Cushing, esq. Dec. 2, 1772. Petition

from Massachusetts Bay—'Reasons for delaying

the presenting it - - - - 335

to the same, Jan. 5, 1773. Lord Dartmouth

American affairsGreat fall in India stock - 338

to Governor Franklin, Feb. 14, 1773. Affair of

St. Vincent—Affairs of the India company outing

to the refusal of North America to take tea from

EnglandDistress among the manufacturers - 341

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, esq. March 9, 1773.

Proceeding of the town of BostonGov. Hutch-

inson's speech ----- 343

to the same, April 3, 1773. Lord Dartmouth's wish

to heal the breach between Great Britain and

America - - - - 343

to Governor Franklin, April 6, 1773. The Bishop

of St. Asaph's sermon before the Society for pro-~~

pagating the Gospel,favorable to America - 344.

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, esq. May 6, 1773.

Gov. Hutchinson's speech Conversation with

Lord Dartmouth respecting the same - 345

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, esq. June 2, 1773.

Petition to the king, and his answer - - 349

to the same, June 4, 1773. American duty on tea 35Q

to the same, July 7, 1773. Controversy with Gov.

Hutchinson-First idea of an American con-

gressDr. Franklin's justification of himself

against the charge of negket, as agent for Mas-

sachusetts - - - - - 351

to the same, July 7, 1773. Parliament prorogued

The king's answer to the. American petitions

Proposed means of obtaining redressGeneral

sentiments of the people in England respecting

America— Captain CalifSir Francis Bernarcfs

project ----- 355

to the Rev. Dr. Mather, (Boston) July 7, 1773.

Remarks on the proceedings against America - 30~2

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Dr. Franklin to Dr. Cooper, (Boston) July 7, 1773. Go- .

Heritor HutchinsonHis letters, SfC. - - 363

to Governor Franklin, July 14, 1773. lard. North,

met him at Lord he Despencer'sLord Dart-

mouth—Anecdote oj Lord Hillsborough - 365

to Mr. Wiutbrop, (Boston) July 25, 1773 - 368

to the Hon. Thomas dishing, esq. July 25, 1773.

Printing of Gov. Hutchinson's letters - 369

to Dr. Cooper, July 25, 1773. Hutchinson's let-

ters - - ,i .r - 370

to the Hon. Thomas dishing, esq. August 24,1773.

Address of Massachusetts for the removal of their

Governor and Lieut. Governor - - 371

to Governor Franklin, Sept. 1, 1773. Resolutions

of the New England TownshipsProject to

form an union with IrelandHutchinson's let-

ters - - - - - 3t3

to the Hon. Thomas Cushiug, esq. Sept. 12, 1773.

Project to avoid repealing the American tea-duty

Pretended Prussian Edict T. • . - 375

Prussian Edict, (euclosed in the foregoing letter) 376

to Governor Franklin, Oct. 6, 1773. The right of

the British parliament to make laws for America

deniedLord Mansfield's opinion of the pretend-

ed Prussian EdictThe reading of it at Lord

Le Despencer's by Paul Whitehead - . - 380

to the Hon. Thomas Cushins, esq. Nov. 1, 1773.

Proposed accommodation with Great Britain

Petition for removing the Governors - - 383

to Joseph Galloway, esq. Nov. 3, 1773. Supposed

disposition to compose the differences with Ame-

rica - - ... i . 3S5

to Governor Franklin, Nov. 3, 1773 - - 386'

to the Hon. Thomas dishing, esq. Jan. o,

Petition for the removal of the Governors oj Mas-

sachusetts, presented by Lord Dartmouth—Duel

between Mr.Temple and Mr. Wheatley, on account

of Hutchinson's letters ... 387

to Governor Franklin, Jan. 5, 1774. Insinuations

respecting Mr. GallowayDr. Franklin's pro-

posed return to AmericaMr. Temple's duel - 389

to the Printer of the Public Advertiser. On the

rise and progress of the differences between Great

Britain and her American colonies - - 390

to the Printer of the Public Advertiser - - 398

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