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London: Benjamin Franklin Stevens
4 Trafalgar Square Charing Cross
COMPRISING LETTERS, PRIVATE AND OFFICIAL, FROM
THE TIME OF THE AUTHOR'S FIRST MISSION TO
ENGLAND, TO THE BEGINNING OF THE AMERICAN
To John Foxcroft. 4 February.
Agency in procuring Walpole's Grant. - Postoffice.
To Cadwallader Evans. 6 February.
Silk produced in Pennsylvania, and sent to England for
From David Hume to B. Franklin. 7 February.
On the Prejudices against his Writings.
To Thomas Cushing. 13 April.
Little done in Parliament relating to America. Lord
Hillsborough. Agents in England unnecessary, unless
received on a different Footing.
To William Franklin. 19 August, 1772.
Lord Hillsborough refuses Admittance to him.
able Situation in London. Desires to return Home.
Chosen into the Royal Academy at Paris.
To Anthony Benezet. 22 August.
On the Slave Trade.
To Joseph Galloway. 22 August.
Lord Hillsborough's Resignation. Lord Dartmouth suc-
ceeds him.Lord Rochford.
To Thomas Cushing. 3 September.
Petition to the King. - Lord Dartmouth appointed Minis-
ter of American Affairs.
To Joseph Priestley.
Moral Algebra, or Method of deciding doubtful Matters
with One's Self.
To John Bartram. 17 October.
Rhubarb. - Upland Rice.- Chinese Tallow Tree.
To Thomas Cushing. 4 November..
Petition to the King put into the Hands of Lord Dartmouth.
To Joseph Galloway. 2 December..
Court of Exchequer. The India Company. - Duty on
To Thomas Cushing. 2 December..
Petition from Massachusetts Bay - Conversation with Lord
Dartmouth respecting it.
To Thomas Cushing. 5 January.
Conversation with Lord Dartmouth on American Affairs.
Condition of the India Company. - Security of the Colo-
nies lies in their growing Strength.