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WRITTEN BY HIMSELF,
AND CONTINUED BY HIS GRANDSON AND OTHERS.
HIS SOCIAL EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE, PHILOSOPHICAL, POLITICAL,
AND MORAL LETTERS AND ESSAYS,
DIPLOMATIC TRANSACTIONS AS AGENT AT LONDON AND MINISTER
PLENIPOTENTIARY AT VERSAILLES.
AUGMENTED BY MUCH MATTER NOT CONTAINED IN ANY FORMER EDITION
IN TWO VOLUMES.
MCARTY & DAVIS, No. 171 MARKET STREET
LIBRARY OF THE LELAND STANFORD IR UNIVERSITY. ENTERED according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1834, by Mc Carty & Davis, in the
Clerk's Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
MAR 24. 1900
I. Ashinead & Co, I'rinters.
CONTENTS OF VOL. II.
176 Difference in the Electrcity of a Globe of Glass
charged, and a Globe of Sulphur, and the pro-
ib. bable Course of their different Attractions and
Imposition of direct Taxes upon the Colo Dr. Franklin to Dr. Brownrigg
lonies more intimately with Great Britain, Electrical Experiments
The Internal State of America ; being a true Of the Electric Spark,-Time taken up by
212 Mr. Kinnersley to Dr. Franklin.-Experiments
Observations on the Leyden Bottle, with Expe. Electrical Experiments on Amber
Sun's Rays on Cloths of different colours 359 Remarks concerning the Savages of North
Journal of a Voyage from the Channel between Necessary Hints to those that would be Rich ib.
379 The Way to make Money plenty in every Man's
Answer to the preceding
ib. Observations on Passages in an “Inquiry into
The Busy body