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ro Benjamin Vaughan. 24 October, 1788. .
Memoirs of his Life. Turkish War. — Price and Priest-
ley. - Heresy.
To Mrs. Elizabeth Partridge. 25 November.
To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 26 November.
To Charles Thomson. 29 November.
Dr. Franklin's Public Services.
To the President of Congress. 29 November.
Requesting a Settlement of his Accounts.
From Miss Catherine L. Shipley to B. Franklin. 24 Dec. 379
On the Death of her father, the Bishop of St. Asaph.
From Richard Price to B. Franklin. December.
Death of the Bishop of St. Asaph. — Dr. Rush. — Federal
Constitution. — Affairs in England.
To the Abbé Morellet. 30 December.
To Alexander Small. 17 February.
To Mrs. Catherine Greene. 2 March.
From M. Le Veillard to B. Franklin. 25 April.
State of Affairs in France. - Duke of Orleans.
To Miss Catherine Louisa Shipley. 27 April. .
On the Death of her Father.
To Charles Carroll. 25 May.
To Richard Price. 31 May.
Reflections on Life and Death.
To Benjamin Vaughan. 3 June.
Relative to the Memoirs of his Life.
To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 3 August.
To George Washington. 16 September.
From George Washington to B. Franklin. 23 September. 396
To Benjamin Vaughan. 2 November.
Memoirs of his Life. - Rules for Composition. — Congress.
- Parable against Persecution.
To John Wright. 4 November.
United States. Abolition of the Slave Trade.
From the Princess of Daschkoff to B. Franklin. 4 Nov. 405,
Giving him Notice of his having been chosen a Member
of the Imperial Academy of Sciences.
To Samuel Moore. 5 November, 1789.
To Alexander Small. 5 November. .
Poor Laws. — American Loyalists. — French and English
To M. Le Roy. 13 November.
On the Affairs of France.
To David Hartley. 4 December.
Convulsions in France. Great Britain and the United
To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 17 December.
To Noah Webster. 26 December.
On the English Language. Improper Use of certain
Words in America. Universality of the French Lan-
guage. — Improvements in Printing.
From John Paul Jones to B. Franklin. 27 December. . 419
On his leaving the Employment of the Einpress of Russia.
To — 19 January.
Construction of the Treaty of Commerce between France
and the United States.
From Ezra Stiles to B. Franklin. 28 January.
Requesting a Portrait of Dr. Franklin for Yale College.
Inquiry respecting his religious Sentiments.
To Ezra Stiles. 9 March..
Consents to have his Portrait taken. — Explains his Senti-
ments on religious Subjects.
To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 24 March.
To Charles Thomson. 11 July.
Proprietary Government in Philadelphia. - Stamp Act.
To Charles Thomson. 27 February.
Expected Repeal of the Stamp Act.
To Charles Thomson. 27 September.
Repeal of the Stamp Act.
To M. Le Roy. 31 January.
Authorship of the “Farmer's Letters." - Commercial Res-
olutions in America. - Political Errors.
To Charles Thomson. 5 February.
Petition of the First Congress presented to the King and
Parliament. — Manner in which it was received. - Lord
Camden. — Lord Chatham's Speech and Plan of Concilia-
To Charles Thomson. 31 March.
Concerning the Ratification of the Treaty of Peace.
To Charles Thomson. 16 April.
Treaty of Peace. - British Ministry. - Public Funds -
French Alliance. — Treaties with Foreign Powers.
To Charles Thomson. 14 June.
Projects and Plans by Persons in Europe for the Consid-
eration of Congress. — King of Sweden.
To Charles Thomson. 18 June.
Respecting a Million of Livres in the Account of the Amer-
ican Banker in France.
To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 20 September.
Attendance in the Convention. — Disapprobation of War.
– Precautions for protecting Houses from Fire.
To M. Dubourg.
On the Nature of Sea Coal.
To Thomas Jefferson. 8 April.
Concerning the Eastern Boundary of the United States.
1. List of the Author's Writings, chronologically arranged 449
II. Letters written by Franklin to Individuals and Public Bodies 464
III. Letters addressed to Franklin by various Persons . 476
IV. Miscellaneous Letters
V. General Index
LETTERS PRIVATE AND OFFICIAL,
THE BEGINNING OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
THE END OF THE AUTHOR'S MISSION TO FRANCE.