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government in Pennsylvania-Farce acted in :
parliament respecting the mayor and aldermen of
Oxford Borough jobbing Mr. Beckford's
bill to prevent bribery and corruption-Sarcastic

reply to Mr. Thurlow, who opposed it - 299 Dr. Franklin to Thomas Wharton, esq. Philadelphia ; Lon

don, Feb. 20, 1768. Conversation with Mr. Se-
cretary Conway, relative to his resignation, and

to American affairs-Boston proceedings - 303
to Governor Franklin, March 13, 1768. Lord

HillsboroughThe Farmer's letters--- American
manufactures New elections in England :- 305
to the Committee of Correspondence, Pennsylvania,
· March 13, 1768. Affair of the boundary line
with the Indians-General Gage - Governor
Penn
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to Joseph Galloway, esq. March 13, 1768. Lord

Hillsborough. The old parliament gone--First
instance of bribery in Queen Elizabeth's time,
monstrously risen since -

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to the Committee of Correspondence, Pennsylvania,

April 16, 1768. Repeal of the duty act-Change

of government-Legal tender of paper money - 312
to Governor Franklin, April 16, 1768. New par-

liamentary elections-Wilkes's election for Mid-
dlesex--- Illuminations on that occasion

• 313
to Mr. Ross, May 14, 1768. Disorders on the Ame-

rican frontiers-- State of the Capital of England
on account of Wilkes --- Sending a Bishop to
America -

- - - 315 to Joseph Galloway, esq. May 14, 1768. Great

disorders in London occasioned by Wilkes's party 316
to Governor Franklin, July 2, 1768. The Duke of

Grafton_Mr. Secretary Cooper-Lord North
-Mr. Todd, secretary of the post-office-Lord
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to Joseph Galloway, esq. July 2, 1768. Removal

of Lord Clare- Return of Lord Hillsborough
Other changes in 'administration-Combination

in America-Wilkes's outlawry reversed - 323
to * * .*, London, Nov. 28, 1768. - 325
to Monsieur Dubourg, Oct. 2, 1770. Great Bri-

tain no right to tax the North American colonies 326 to Gov. Franklin, Aug. 17, 1772. Removal of Lord

Hillsborough-Succeeded by Lord Dartmouth - 327

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bon, Philadelphia, Dec. 12, 1775. On receiving

his version of Sallust Dr. Franklin to Dr. Priestley, Paris, Jan. 27, 1777. Phi

losopher's stone--State of affairs in America to Mrs. Thompson, rat. Lille ) Feb. 8, 1777 26 to Dr. Cooper, (Boston) May 1, 1777

29 to Mr. Winthrop, (Boston) May 1, 1777

30 to Mr. Cushing, (Boston) May 1, 1777

32 to Mr. Thomas Viny, (Tenterden, Kent) Passy, near Paris, May 4, 1779

32 to Mrs. Wright, London ) May 4, 1779

33 to General Beckwith, May 17, 1779. Discourag

ing his going to the United States under the

expectation of being employed in its armies 35 to Sir Edward Newenham, bart. (Dublin) May

27, 1779. Respecting Irish emigrations to the
United States

37 'to General Gates, June 9, 1779. Relative to the

Chevalier De Ramondis-Capitulation of Sara-
toga-Dissensions in America

38 to Richard Bache, esq. (his son-in-law) June 2, 1779.

Respecting Dr. F.'s enemies in America - His
grandsons, 8c.

39 to Mrs. Bache, (his daughter) June 3, 1779. Various matter

41 to Mr. Bridgen, (London) Oct. 2, 1779. On copper coinage for the United States

45 to B. Vaughan, esq. Nov. 9, 1779. On his edition of some of Dr. Franklin's Writings

46 to Francis Hopkinson, esq. June 4, 1779

48 to Pere Beccaria Nov. 19, 1779 to Dr. Price, Feb. 6, 1780

50 to Dr. Priestley, Feb. 8, 1780. On true science

Reflections on the inconveniences 'attending all situations in life

52 to General Washington, March 5, 1780. Relative

to the Marquis. De la Fayette- Invitation to visit Europe

54 to the Chevalier De la Luzerne, March 5, 1780. Various matter

56 to F. Hopkinson, esg. March 16, 1780. Political

squibs-Dr. Ingenhause's experiments on the leaves of trees A new telescope for ascertaining distances

57 to Dr. Bond, March 16, 1780. Letter of friendship 58

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Dr. Franklin to Dr. Cooper, March 16, 1780. Relative

to his grandsonThe alliance with France, &c. - 59 to C. Griffin, esq. March 16, 178051

60 to William Carmichael, esq. (Madrid) June 17,

1780. Relative to Sir J. Dalrymple-The Mar-
quis de la Fayette-Report of the siege of
Charlestown being raised

- Riots in London
· The ephemera

61 to Dr. Fothergill, June 19, 1780. Letter of friendship

63 to Mr. Small, July 22, '1780. Friendship, gout, &c.

64 to Miss Georgiana Shipley, Oct. 8, 1780

66 -2 to Dr. Price, Oct. 9, 1780. On the British parliament-Religious tests, &c.

67 to Sir Grey Cooper, bart. Nov. 7, 1780. Respecting Mr. President Laurens

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69 Sir Grey Cooper to Dr. Franklin, Nov. 29, 1780. In answer to the foregoing

ib. Dr. Franklin to Sir Edward Newenham, bart. Feb. 12, 1781.

Passport for provisions and clothing sent to the
West Indies

71 to Monsieur Nogaret, March 8, 1781. Respect

ing the French translation of a Latin line com-
plimentary to Dr. Franklin

72 to the President of Congress, March 12, 1781.' 'Re

quests being recalled, and some appointment for
his grandson W. Temple Franklin

73 His Ex. J. Jay, esq. to the President of Congress, April 21,

1781. On the subject of Dr. Franklin's requests 76 Col. J. Laurens to Dr. Franklin, June 9, 1781.' On Dr.

Franklin's wish to retire--and his grandson 77 Dr. Franklin to Col. Laurens, Nov. 8, 1781. In answer to the foregoing

78 to the Marquis de la Fayette, March 14, 1781. Re

specting Dr. Franklin's enemies in America

The English nation---Monsieur La Motte Piquet ib. to Mr. Hodgson, April 1, 1781. Abominable con

duct of a Mr. DiggesPeaceProposals of
mediation

79 to W. Carmichael, esq. April 12, 1781. Respect

ing Dr. Franklin's enemies in America ; and
various matter

81
to Mons. Court de Gebelin, May 7, 1781.
I 'the Indian language-The mariner's compass, &c. 83

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Dr. Franklin to the Rev. Dr. Cooper, May 15, 1781. New

constitution of Massachusetts - Maintenance
for the clergy-Scripture phrases, &c.

85 to Messrs. D. Wendorp and Thomas Hope Heygher,

June 8, 1781. Injustice of the English-New
law of nations

87 to W. Carmichael, esq. Aug. 24, 1781. Dr. F.'s

resignation refused by Congress-Various mat-
ter

88 to the Rev. W. Nixon, Sept. 5, 1781. Means of doing much good with little money

89 to the Hon. Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, Sept.

13, 1781
to Richard Bache, esq. Sept. 13, 1781. Mr.Whar-

ton's, pamphlet on the Indiana claims-Loss of
Dr. F's papers

ib. to F. Hopkinson, esq. Sept. 13, 1781. Dr. F.'s

friends and enemies
to Edmund Burke, esq. M.P. Oct. 15, 1781. Re-

lative to Gen. Burgoyne and Mr. Laurens 93 to Messrs. Korpman, Nov. 21, 1781. Relative to

a claim of relationship with Dr. Franklin
to Gov. Pownall, Nov. 23, 1781. Relative to Mrs.

BarryThe war-Authority to treat of peace
Mr. Hobart

95 to Mrs. C. Edes, Dec. 13, 1781. Relative to Henry

. Laurens, esq.Mr. Burke-General Burgoyne 96 to Miss Laurens, Dec. 29, 1781. Relative to her father's situation

97 * * * Jan. 4, 1782. Containing advice to certain manufacturers intending to emigrate to America

100 to His Excellency Gen. Washington, April 2, 1782.

Capitulation of Lord Cornwallis Introduction of Count de Segur, &c.

102 to the Chevalier de Chastelleux, April 6, 1782.

Change of ministry in England— PeaceCampaign in America-Count de Segur

103 to Gen. Washington, April 8, 1782. Introduction of the Prince de Broglie

105 to the Rev. Dr. Priestley, June 7, 1782, Reflec

tions on the conduct of mankind to each other

Apologue-Experiments of Lavoisier • 106 to Dr. Shipley, Bishop of St. Asaph, June 10, 1782 108 to Dr. Ingenhausz, June 21, 1782. Reflections on

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misunderstandings between friends.-M. Lavoi-

sier's experiments-American affairs

110

Dr. Franklin to Miss Alexander, June 24, 1782

112

to Mr. Hutton, July 7, 1782. Relative to the mur-

der of some Moravian Indians

113

to the Secretary for foreign affairs of the United

States, Sept. 3, 1782. The birth of the Dauphin

-Capt. Asgill - M. Tousard - Allowance to

Mr. T. Franklin-Contingent expenses-Enclo-

115

to Sir Joseph Banks, Sept. 9, 1782

118

to F. Hopkinson, esq. Dec. 24, 1782. On the

planting trees in Philadelphia - Newspaper

abuse

119

to , Jan. 11, 1783. Thanking him for his

works-Criminal laws_On his project of remov-

ing to America

121

to David Barclay, esq. Jan. 8, 1783

123

March 9, 1783

124

to Mrs. Hewson, Jan. 27, 1783. On the death of

her mother----Invitation to come to Passy

125

to the Right Hon. the Earl of Buchan, March 17,

1783. On the acquisition of lands, and form-

ing settlements in America

- 127

to William Jones, esq. March 17, 1783

- 128

to the Bishop of St. Asaph, (Dr. Shipley) March

17, 1783. On the peace with-America

130

to Sir Joseph Banks, July 27, 1783. On the return

131

to Braud Hollis, esq. Oct. 5, 1783. Eulogium of

Thomas Hollis

134

to His Excellency John Jay, esq. Jan. 6, 1784 136

to Mrs. Bache, Jan. 26, 1784. On the proposed

order of Cincinnati-Hereditary nobility and

descending honors

137

to His Excellency Henry Laurens, esq. Feb. 12,

1784. Remarks on the British government 145

to William Strahan, esq. Feb. 16, 1784. Sugges-

tions as to the deplorable situation of the Bri-

tish government

147

to Henry Laurens, esq. March 12, 1784

· 148

to Mr. Walter, (Printer, London) April 17, 1784.

On the logographical mode of printing

- 150

to Mr. Benjamin Webb, April 22, 1784. A new

"1" method of repaying money lent

152

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