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To the President of Congress. 13 September.
To Francis Hopkinson. 13 September.
From John Adams to B. Franklin. 4 October.
Commission for negotiating Peace.
Relative to General Burgoyne and Mr. Laurens.
From Robert R. Livingston to B. Franklin. 24 October.
Mr. Livingston appointed Secretary of Foreign Affairs.
To Thomas McKean. 5 November.
To Messrs. Kornmann. 21 November.
American Prisoners in England.-Proposed Mediation not
agreed to by the British Cabinet.-Purchases of Goods in
Capitulation of Lord Cornwallis.-General Greene.
Proposed Treaty of Alliance between France, Holland, and
From Robert R. Livingston to B. Franklin. 26 November.
Financial Difficulties of the United States.-Necessity of
further Assistance from France.-Preparations for another
Impolicy of the Purchases in Holland.-Disposition of the
American People towards the French.
To John Adams. 14 December.
Scheme of a Loan proposed by John de Neufville of Am-
From William Alexander to B. Franklin. 15 December.
To William Alexander. 15 December.
To David Hartley. 15 December.
From Brissot de Warville to B. Franklin. 22 December.
Project of a Work on Legislation.
Account of the Means used for the Release of Mr. Laurens.
From Count de Vergennes to B. Franklin. 31 December.
'History of the Proceedings for promoting a Negotiation of
Peace.-Lord North.-Propositions for a separate Treaty
From Robert R. Livingston to B. Franklin. 7 January.
Suggestions respecting the general Terms of Peace.-
To John Jay. 15 January, 1782.
Difficulty of meeting the Drafts drawn by Congress on
their Ministers in Europe.-Loan in Holland.-Conduct
of the Court of Spain in Regard to the United States.
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 24 January.
Correcting Missapprehensions of his. Propositions.-Cases
To John Barry. 10 February.
To David Hartley. 16 February.
To Robert R. Livingston. 28 January.
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 1 February.
To Gustavus Conyngham. 6 February.
From M. de Blome to Count de Vergennes. 6 February. 157
Complaints of an Outrage of American armed Vessels on
To Count de Vergennes. 3 March.
To Robert R. Livingston. 4 March.
From Robert R. Livingston to B. Franklin. 13 February. 160
Pressing for further Assistance from France.-Sufferings
of American Prisoners in England.-Disturbances in Ver-
Causes of Jealousy between England and France.-The
first Step towards a Peace with the United States must
From Count de Vergennes to B. Franklin. 24 February. 167
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 28 February.
Prospect of Peace.-The ministry favorably disposed.
From Edmund Burke to B. Franklin. 28 February.
Complaints against American Cruisers.—Lafayette.-Em-
blematical Medal. - British Ministry. - Relations with
France. Robert Morris.-American Prisoners in Eng-
To Robert R. Livingston. 9 March, 1782.
Address of the House of Commons to the King against
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 11 March.
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 12 March.
To John Jay. 16 Mareh.
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 21 March.
To George Washington. 8 April.
Introducing the Prince de Broglie.
To Robert R. Livingston. 8 April.
To Henry Laurens. 12 April..
To David Hartley. 5 April.
American Commissioners are ready to treat. -Reconcilia-
From M. Rayneval to B. Franklin. 12 April.
To Robert R. Livingston. 12 April.
To Mrs. Mary Hew on. 13 April.
Change of Ministry in England.—Campaign in America.
Change of Ministry.-Recommends the Prince de Broglie.
Change of Ministry.-Holland.-Prince de Broglie.
Canada offered to France, to induce her to treat separate-
ly.-Answer of tPe French Court.
To Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Hewson. 19 April.
To John Jay. 22 April.
To John Jay. 24 April.
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 1 May.
To a Friend. 8 May.
Remarks on Cowper's Poems.
To Mrs. Mary Hewson. June.
To Joseph Priestley. 7 June.
From Robert R. Livingston to B. Franklin. 22 May.
Condition of Affairs in the United States.
The Late Ministry-Various Remarks concerning Pro-
To John Ingenhousz. 21 June.
To Miss Alexander. 24 June.
Conduct of Mankind to each other.-Apologue.-Experi-
To the Earl of Shelburne. 22 March.
Desires a general Peace.
Effect of Dr. Price's Writings.-Influence of the Press.
From John Adams to B. Franklin. 13 June.
British Ministry. The Dutch friendly to the United