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To Benjamin Vaughan. 24 October, 1788. . . . 364

Memoirs of his Life. — Turkish War. — Price and Priest-

ley. - Heresy.

To Mrs. Elizabeth Partridge. 25 November. . . . 366

To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 26 November. . . . .

To Charles Thomson. 29 November. . . . 368

Dr. Franklin's Public Services.

To the President of Congress. 29 November. . . 375

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. . . 380

Death of the Bishop of St. Asaph. - Dr. Rush. — Federal

Constitution. — Affairs in England.

To the Abbé Morellet. 30 December. . . . . 382

1789.

To Alexander Small. 17 February. . . . .

To Mrs. Catherine Greene. 2 March. . . . . 386

From M. Le Veillard to B. Franklin. 25 April. . . 387

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. . . . . . .

392

To Richard Price. 31 May. . . . . . 393

Reflections on Life and Death.

To Benjamin Vaughan. 3 June. . . . . . 393

Relative to the Memoirs of his Life.

To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 3 August. . . . . . 394

To George Washington. 16 September. . . . . 395

From George Washington to B. Franklin. 23 September. 396

To Benjamin Vaughan. 2 November. . . . . 397

Memoirs of his Life. — Rules for Composition. — Congress.

- Parable against Persecution.

To John Wright. 4 November.

November. . . . . . 401

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.

CORRESPONDENCE,

PART THIRD;

COMPRISING

LETTERS PRIVATE AND OFFICIAL,

FROM

THE BEGINNING OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

TO

THE END OF THE AUTHOR'S MISSION TO FRANCE.

1775-1785.

(CONTINUED.)

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