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1769. Positions to be examined, concerning National Wealth II. 373 Queries of Mr. Strahan respecting American Affairs,

and Dr. Franklin's Answers . . . . IV. 258 State of the Constitution of the Colonies by Governor

Pownall; with Remarks by Dr. Franklin . . IV. 270 * Observations on Passages in “ An Inquiry into the

Nature and Causes of the Disputes between the
British Colonies in America and their Mother

Country” . . . . . . . IV. 281 * Observations on Passages in a Pamphlet, entitled

“ The True Constitutional Means for putting an
End to the Disputes between Great Britain and
the American Colonies” . . . IV. 298

1770.
* The Craven Street Gazette. . .

. . II. 233 Respecting Covering Houses with Copper , . VI. 329 On Securing Houses from Fire . . . . VI. 332

1771. First Part of the Autobiography . ; . I. 1 Plan for benefiting distant unprovided Countries . II. 377 + Concerning the Provision made in China against

Famine . . . . . . . . II. 381 On the different Quantities of Rain which fell at different Heights over the same Ground . . VI. 336

1772. Toleration in Old England and New England . II. 112 To Miss Georgiana Shipley on the Loss of her Ameri

can Squirrel . . . . . . II. 170 + The Art of Procuring Pleasant Dreams . . II. 171 Settlement on the Ohio River . . . . . IV. 302 1 On the Security of the Powder Magazines at Purfleet V. 427 Report on Lightning Conductors for the Powder Mag

azines at Purfleet . . . . . . V. 430 Experiments, Observations, and Facts, tending to sup

port the Opinion of the Utility of long pointed
Rods, for securing Buildings from Damage by

Strokes of Lightning . . . . . V, 435 VOL. X.

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Vol. Page. | Description of Canton's Apparatus . . . V. 446 Electrical Experiments and Machines . . . VI. 342 Answer to M. Dubourg's Queries respecting the Armonica . . . .

. . VI. 352 † † Some Directions for drawing out the Tones from the Glasses of the Armonica . . . . VI. 353

1773. Preface, by the British Editor, to “The Votes and

Proceedings of the Freeholders and other Inhab

itants of the Town of Boston.” . . . IV. 381 Rules for reducing a Great Empire to a Small One. . IV. 387 Edict of the King of Prussia . . . . . IV. 399 Analogy between Magnetism and Electricity . . V. 450 Concerning the Mode of rendering Meat tender by

Electricity . . . . . . . V. 456 † Answer to Inquiries respecting the Choice of Glass for

the Leyden Experiment. . . . . V. 459 On Conductors of Lightning . . . . . V. 461 Answers to Queries on Electricity . . . . V. 462 7 On the Stilling of Waves by Means of Oil . . VI. 355 On the Spots in the Sun . .

. . VI. 368 On the Causes of Colds . .

. . VI. 378 On Mr. Wilson's Opposition to Pointed Conductors . VI. 379 Observations on the prevailing Doctrines of Life and Death . . . . .

. . . . VI. 381 Explosion of Melted Iron and Glass Drops in Water VI. 383 Effect of Cold Air on Diseases . . . . VI. 385 Inquiries on the Causes of taking Colds . . . VI. 387 Preparatory Notes and Hints for writing a Paper con

cerning what is called Catching Cold . . VI. 387 On Stoves for Public Buildinys . . . . VI. 397 Colds produced by Contagion ; Various Causes of

Colds . . . . . . . . VI. 399 Unwholesomeness of Manufacturing Establishments;

Moist Air not Unhealthy . . . . VI. 402 I Torpedo; Magnetic Needle; Electrical Machine . VI. 406 * Preface to an Abridgment of the Book of Common

Prayer . . . . . . . . X. 207

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1774. Parable against Persecution . .

. II. 118 † Parable on Brotherly Love .

• II. 123 Principles of Trade

. II. 333 Reflections on Coin

. II. 409 + Notions concerning Trade and Merchants . . II. 418 + A Thought concerning the Sugar Islands . . II. 419 An Account of the Transactions relating to Governor

Hutchinson's Letters . . . . . IV. 405 + Emblematical Representation . . . . IV. 456 + Proposed Act of Parliament for Preventing Emigration IV. 458 * A True State of the Proceedings in the Parliament

of Great Britain, and in the Province of Massa-
chusetts Bay, relative to the Giving and Granting
the Money of the People of that Province and all
America, in the House of Commons, in which

they are not represented . . . . . IV. 466 Letters to Dean Tucker . . . . . . IV. 516 7 On the Rise and Progress of the Differences between

Great Britain and her American Colonies . . IV. 526 Answers to Questions on Philosophical Subjects . VI. 411 | Experiment to show that Electricity does not pass

through a perfect Vacuum . . . . VI. 413 Effect of Vegetation on Noxious Air . . . VI. 414 On the Inflammability of the Surface of certain Rivers in America . . . . . . . VI. 415

1775. An Account of Negotiations in London for effecting a

Reconciliation between Great Britain and the

American Colonies . . . . . . V. 1 Vindication of an Offer from Congress to Parliament. V. 83 * Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, proposed in General Congress . . . . V.

1776. Correspondence and Interview with Lord Howe . V. 97 Protest against the Equality of Voting in Congress . V. 109 Sketch of Propositions for Peace . . . . V. 113 Vol. Page.

1777.
Comparison of Great Britain and the United States in

Regard to the Basis of Credit in the Two
Countries . . . .

. . . II. 426 A Dialogue between Britain, France, Spain, Holland,

Saxony, and America . . . . . v. 116 A Catechism on the National Debt . . . . V. 120

1778.
The Ephemera ; an Emblem of Human Life . .
An Attempt to Explain the Effects of Lightning on a
Vane of a Steeple at Cremona

a vicepre at Cremona . . . V. 467 The Leyden Phial, and Volta's Experiment . .

1779. The Whistle . .

• • . . . IJ. 180 + A Petition of the Left Hand to those who have the

Superintendency of Education . . . . II. 183 + The Handsome and Deformed Leg . . . II. 185 + Morals of Chess . . . . . . . II. 187 † An Arabian Tale ..

. II. 193 Passports for Moravian Vessels, and for Captain Cook V. 122 On the Aurora Borealis . . . . . . VI. 417

1780. Dialogue between Franklin and the Gout. . . II. 194 + To Madame Helvétius . . .

. II. 202 + To the Abbé de la Roche .

. II. 220 + To the Abbé Morellet . .

. II. 222 + An Economical Project .

. II. 227 Method of constructing a Slowly Sensible Hygrometer VI. 426

1781. + The Levee

. . II. 164 † Proposed New Version of a Part of the First Chapter

of Job . . . . . . . . II. 166 + On the Paper Money of the United States . . II. 421 On a new-invented Stove

. . VI. 432 On the long Retention of Infection in Dead Bodies

after Sepulture . . . . . . VI. 433 On Conductors of Heat . . . . . . VI. 438

Vol. Page. 1782.

Apologue . . . . . . . . II. 168 Observations on War . . . . . . II. 487 Supplement to the Boston Chronicle . . . V. 125 An Account of Toads found enclosed in Solid Stone VI. 441 On the Theory of the Earth . . . . . VI. 443

1783. ** Reflections on the Augmentation of Wages, which

will be occasioned in Europe by the American

Revolution . . . . . . . II. 435 An Electrical Experiment . . . . . V. 477 On a Shock by the Electric Bottle, and the Density of Glass

. . . . . V. 478 On a patent Electrical Machine, and the Effects of

Lightning on the Eyes of Animals killed by it. . V. 479 On the Comet seen in Yorkshire . . . . VI. 451

1784. Continuation of the Autobiography . . . . I. 98 Extracts from a Private Journal ..

. I. 579 * A Letter from China . . . . . . II. 241 On Luxury, Idleness, and Industry . . . . II. 448 Remarks concerning the Savages of North America . II. 453 Internal State of America, being a true Description of

the Interest and Policy of that vast Continent . II. 461 Information to those who would remove to America : II. 467 On Balloons and their probable Importance . . VI. 452 Fire supposed to exist in the State of a Subtile Fluid VI. 454 Meteorological Imaginations and Conjectures . . VI. 455 * Loose Thoughts on a Universal Fluid . . . VI. 458

1785. Extracts from a Private Journal . . . . I. 587 On the Criminal Laws, and the Practice of Privateering II. 478 On the Elective Franchises enjoyed by the Small Bo

roughs in England . . . . . . II. 489 Militia preferable to Regular Troops in the United

States . . . . . . . . II. 494 Answers to Public Addresses . . . . . V. 137

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