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Dr. Franklin to the Rev. Dr. Mather, May 12, 1784. On his advice to the people of America

152 to Dr. Percival, July 17, 1784. Remarks on duelling

154 to Messrs. Weems and Gant, citizens of the

United States, July 18, 1784. On their wish

to obtain ordination
to Benjamin Vaughan, esq. July 26, 1784. Re-

straints on commerce-Luxury and industry 158 to Dr. Price, August 16, 1784. Balloons-Eng

lish constitution-State of America
to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Howe, August

ib.

18, 1784. On receiving Captain Cook's voyage by order of the king

168 to William Strahan, esq. August 19,. 1784. In

vites him to Passy-Annihilation of profitable places- American congress and the British parliament - The late war-General Clarke,

&c. &c. to George Wheatley, esq. August 21, 1784. Tract

on the principles of trade-Foundling hospital -Double spectacles

173 to *** (supposed to Dr. Priestley), August 21,

1784. General Melville-Profession of faith The Old Testament

175 to B. Vaughan, esq. Sept. 7, 1784. Introduction of Count Mirabeau

177 to B. Vaughan, esq. April 21, 1785.

On manufactures-Books, and loose printing

ib. to an engraver in Paris, (no date). Refusing his eulogium and dedication

180 to Dr. Ingenhausz, April 29, 1785. On the stone

--Invitation to Passy and to America-Idle stories respecting that country-The Emperor of Germany

181 to George Wheatley, esq. May 19, 1785. On send. ing him his medallion

· 183 to Jonathan Williams, esq. May 19, 1785

ib. to George Wheatley, esq. May 23, 1785. Moral

and philosophical reflections-Foundling hospital at Paris-Office for nursesThe Philadelphia bank-The Cincinnati - Constitution of the United States Anecdote of three Green

landers--- Description of double spectacles 184 to * June 20, 1785. Dissuading him from

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attempting crossing to England in a balloon, 191 Dr. Franklin to Granville Sharp, esq. July 5, 1785. Law

of Gavel-kind-Election of Bishops - Abridg-
ment of the Liturgy

192
to David Hartley, esq. July 5, 1785. To take leave
on quitting Europe

194 to His Excellency General Washington, Philadel..

phia, Sept. 20, 1785. On his intended bust by
Houdon

ib. Answer to the foregoing

- 195 to Mr. and Mrs. Jay, Sept. 21, 1785. Answer to

their congratulations on his arrival in America 196 to David Hartley, esq. Oct. 27, 1785. State of

197 to Monsieur Mathon de la Cour, Nov. 18, 1785. On his Writings

198 to Dr. Bancroft, Nov. 26, 1785. On a proposed

new edition of Dr. Franklin's Writings by Mr.
Dilly - A commercial treaty between Great
Britain and the United States

199 to Dr. Shipley, Bishop of St. Asaph, Feb. 24, 1786. Various matter

201 to Monsieur Le Veillard, of Passy, Philadelphia,

March 6, 1786. On the florishing state of

America-The Cardinal De Rohan, &c. &c. 204 to Mrs. Hewson, May 6, 1786. Various matter

• 206 to Noah Webster, esq. June 18, 1786. On formed alphabet

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209 to William Cooke, esq. Aug. 12, 1786, On naming the new State of FRANKLIN

210 to Colonel Hunter, Nov. 24, 1786. On the state of America, &c. &c.

211 to Mr. Small, Feb. 19, 1787. Improvement in the Common Prayer Book, &c. &c.

213 to Monsieur Le Veillard, April 15, 1787

214 to the Duke de la Rochefoucault, April 15, 1787. Reply to his congratulations-state of Ame

Constitution thereof Death of the Duchess D'Anville--Introduction of Thomas Paine

216 to the Marquis De Chastellux, April 17, 1787.. On

receiving his Travels in the United States. Assembly of the Notables

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17, 1787 - 'i , o's
; - to the Marquis de la Fayette, April 17, 1787. Va-

1 . rious matter -
- to Monsieur l'Abbé Morellet, April 22, 1787. On

the freedom of commerce--State of America - 223 - to Mr. Jordain, (London) May 18, 1787. On

i receiving his present of a cask of porter-Vaį - rious matter . ,

- to George Wheatley, esq. May 18, 1787. The

- 'Philadelphia Bank- Commercial treaty scheme ; for coining - Dr. Riley - - - - 227

to Mr. Small, Sept. 28, 1787. American taxation

--New form of prayer-- American royalists, " &c. .

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- 229 · to Count De Buffon, Nov. 19, 1787. On the stone 231 ... to * * *, Dec. 15, 1787. Disorders, in Hol.. land-Projected conquest from Turkey'? - 232

to Monsieur Le Veillard, Feb. 17, 1788. Relative i to Monsieur Saugrain - Dr. Franklin's Me

moirs of his own life~New Constitution pro-
- posed for the United States--Imports on trade-
* Paper money -

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to the Editors of the Pennsylvania Gazette, March
1.130, 1788. On the abuse of the press - - - 236

to Monsieur Le Veillard, April 22, 1788. Respect1, ing Dr. Franklin's own MemoirsThe new con

stitution Custom-house duties is .. - 239 cinto Madame Lavoisier, Oct. 23, 1788. Thanking

her for his portrait, . ., . - ? - 240

to Dr. Ingenhausz, Oct. 24, 1788. Relative to Ft . the state of his health-The steam-boat - 242 - to Benjamin Vaughạn, esq. Oct. 24, 1788. Re- ., in lative to Dr. Franklin's own Memoirs. The any. Turkish war-Drs. Price and Priestley --Heresy

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. -243 · to Mrs. Partridge, Nov. 25, 1788. On the death of Ben. Kent-Orthodowy

• 245 to Mrs. Mecom, (Dr. Franklin's sister) Nov. 26,

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to Mr. Small, Feb. 17, 1789. On the stone-Exa

pedient to assist hearing to Mrs. Greene, March 2, 1789

.248 to Mrs. Catherine Louisa Shipley, April 27, 1789.

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249 Dr. Franklin to -1he Rev. Dr. Price, May 31, 1789. Re-,. flections on life and deathis

" - 251 i to Benjamin Vaughan, esq. June 3, 1789. Relative

ob to Dr. Franklin's own Memoirs - Y . ib.
- to Mr. Wrigbt, Nov. 4, 1789. State of America
vip - Abolition of the slave-trade . '252
to Dr. Rush of Philadelphia, (no date:- supposed

to be in 1789) Requesting him to suppress T his encomium on the writer, in one of his dis

course's, if published: - : - : - 255 to Samuel More, esq. Nov.-5, 1789 .o . - ib. ·to Mr. Small, Nov. 5, 1789. On the poori laws

The American royalists--The French and

English governments - - i - 256 - to Monsieur Le Roy, of Paris, Nov. 13, 1789. On the affairs of France

- 258 : to David Hartley, esq, Dec. 4, 1789. Convulsions ..in France Friendship between Great Britain I and her ancient colonies

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- 259 to Mrs. Mecom, Dec. 17, 1789. Baron Trenck's · history--Sacred music :

- - 260 to Noah Webster, esq. Dec. 26, 1789. On the

English language --- Improper use of certain'
words in America. Universality of the French
language Improvement in printing recommend-
ed

- 261 Noah Webster, esq. to Dr. Franklin, April 15, 1790. In

.. answer to the foregoing - - - - 268 Dr. Stiles to Dr. Franklin, January 28, 1790. Requesting . his portrait for Yale college, and wishing to be

made acquainted with his religious sentiments - 270 Dr. Franklin to Dr. Stiles, March 9, 1790. In answer to ,' the foregoing

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AJr. Tender of pahepeal of asyl
legal ters, 1767.mbly of pesq.

Dr. Franklin to Joseph Galloway, esq. speaker of the

- house of assembly of Penpsylvania. London,
20 June 13, 1767. Repeal of act restraining the

legal tender of paper money-Mr. Grenville

Mr. Townsend-The salt duty-Change of mi-
. .nistry predicted . .. . . . - 276
to the same, August 8, 1767. Attempt to form a

coalition of parties. Right claimed to tax the
colonies. Paper money . ;

. - 281 .. to Governor Franklin, New Jersey, August 28,

1767. Conversation with Lord Shelburne and
Mr. Conway on American affairs. Paper mo-
ney - De Guerchy --Monsieur Durand, the
French Plenipotentiary, curious about American
affairs
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- 285 to Governor Franklin, Nov. 25, 1767. Gorernor

Barnard-Conversation with Lord Shelburne-
Dean Tucker-Lord Clare .

- 287 to Joseph Galloway, esq. Dec. 1. 1767. Paper

money-Mr. Grenville-Duke of Bedford - 290 - to Mr. Ross, Philadelphia, London,. Dec. 12, 1767.

Question of admitting America to be represented
in the British parliament, ...

- 292
to Governor Franklin, Dec. 19, 1767. The Boston
. resolutions concerning trade-Anecdote relative

to Colonel Onslow and Mr. Grenville - 293 Governor Pownall to Dr. Franklin. Concerning an equal į communication of rights, privileges, &c. to America by Great Britain

- 295 Minutes on the back of the foregoing, by Dr. Franklin

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- 296 Dr. Franklin to Governor Franklin, Jan. 9, 1768. Change

of ministry-Bedford party to come in - 297 to Joseph Galloway, esq. Jan. 9, 1768. Change of ministry-American affairs

- 298 to the same, Feb. 17, 1768. Restraining act rela

tive to paper money-Conversation with Lord
Hillsborough on the subject, and on a change of

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