The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Band 9

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Macmillan, 1906 - 703 Seiten
 

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To Jonathan Shipley March 17 1783
22
To Sir William Jones March 17 1783
23
To Comte de Vergennes March 24 1783
24
To Emmanuel de Rohan April 6 1783
30
Introduction of Professor Marter April 22 1783
35
To Mrs Mary Hewson April 26 1783
36
To Robert R Livingston April 27 1783
37
To PhilippeDenis Pierres June 10 1783
47
To Robert R Livingston June 12 1783
61
To Baron de Stael June 16 1783
69
To Captain Nathaniel Falconer June 18 1783
73
Note by Benjamin Franklin upon a letter addressed to him by Thomas Barclay July 28 1783
75
To Captain Nathaniel Falconer July 28 1783
77
To Comte de Vergennes August 16 1783
78
To Sir Joseph Banks August 30 1783
81
To Elias Boudinot August 31 1783
86
To David Hartley September 6 1783
87
To Mrs Mary Hewson September 7 1783
89
To John Jay September 10 1783
95
To Elias Boudinot September 13 1783
97
To Richard Price September 16 1783
99
To Elias Boudinot September 27 1783
101
To Sir Edward Newenham October 2 1783
102
To Thomas Brand Hollis October 5 1783
103
To Sir Joseph Banks October 8 1783
105
To David Hartley October 16 1783
108
To David Hartley October 22 1783
110
To Sir Joseph Banks November 21 1783
115
To Henry Laurens December 6 1783
122
To Comte de Vergennes December 6 1783
124
To Sir Joseph Banks December 15 1783 I25 1457 To Comte de Vergennes December 15 1783
125
To William Carmichael December 15 1783
127
To Giacomo Francesco Crocco December 15 1783
128
To Thomas Mifflin December 25 1783
129
To Robert Morris December 25 1783
135
To Ebenezer Hazard December 26 1783 I40 1463 To Thomas Mifflin December 26 1783 I40 1464 To Thomas Mifflin December 26 1783
140
To Mrs Mary Hewson December 26 1783
143
To Samuel Cooper December 26 1783
144
To Elias Boudinot December 26 1783
146
To MichelGuillaumeJean de Crevecoeur 1783
147
On Immigration To an Unknown Correspondent 1783
149
To John Jay January 6 1784
151
To Samuel Chase January 6 1784
153
To David Hartley January 7 1784
155
To Comte de Vergennes January 17 1784
157
To Mrs Georgiana HareNaylor January 25 1784
159
To Mrs Sarah Bache January 26 1784
161
To Charles W F Dumas February 1 1784
168
To Henry Laurens February 12 1784
169
To William Strahan February 16 1784
171
To Jean Baptiste Le Roy February 25 1784
173
To John Paul Jones March 4 1784
174
To Benjamin Vaughan March 5 1784
175
To Comte de Vergennes March 5 1784
176
To Charles Thomson March 31 1784
177
i486 To Henry Laurens March 12 1784
178
To Mrs Mary Hewson March 19 1784 1S1 1488 To La Sabliere de la Condamine March 19 1784
181
To M Mazue March 19 1784
183
To John Paul Jones March 25 1784
189
To Madame Brillon March 31 1784
191
To John Walter April 17 1784
195
To David Hartley April 17 1784
197
To Henry Laurens April 29 1784
198
To Benjamin Vaughan April 29 1784
201
To Samuel Mather May 12 1784
209
To Thomas Mifflin May 12 1784
210
To Henry Laurens May 13 1784
211
To Charles Thomson May 13 1784
214
To Comte de Vergennes May 31 1784
215
To Comte de Vergennes May 4 1783 37
219
To Conde de Campomanes June 5 1784
221
To Charles Thomson June 14 1784
225
Loose Thoughts on a Universal Fluid
227
Of the Paper Money of the United
231
July 3 1784
236
To Thomas Percival July 17 1784
237
To Mason Weems and Edward Gant
239
To Benjamin Vaughan July 26 1784
248
To Messrs Sears and Smith August 4 1784
249
To John Adams August 6 1784
250
To Mrs Mary Hewson August 15 1784
251
To William Franklin August 16 1784
253
To Richard Price August 16 1784
255
To Benjamin West August 17 1784
257
To Lord Howe August 18 1784
258
To William Strahan August 19 1784
261
To George Whatley August 21 1784
265
To Joseph Priestley August 21 1784
266
To William Temple Franklin August 25
268
To William Carmichael October 11 1784
275
To Charles Thomson October 16 1784
278
To Messrs Wital and Pauche November 15 1784
279
To Dr Brav November 22 1784
280
To Thomas Jefferson November 23 1784
281
To Samuel Jackson Pratt 1784
283
To David Hartley January 3 1785
285
To Richard Price February I 1785
287
53 May
289
To Richard Price March 18 1785
300
1784
301
To Benjamin Vaughan April 21 1785
305
To Jan Ingenhousz May 16 1783 41
307
To AntoineAlexisFrancois Cadet de Vaux April 28 1785
309
To Comte de Vergennes May 3 1785
321
June 25 1784
323
To Mrs Mary Hewson May 5 1785
325
To Charles Thomson May 10 1785
326
To Mr and Mrs Richard Bache May 10 1785
327
To Maréchal de Castries May 16 1785
329
To Caleb Whitefoord May 19 1785
330
To George Whatley May 23 1785
331
To Christopher Wyvill June 16 1785
339
On the Elective Franchises enjoyed by the Small Boroughs in England June 16 1785
340
To Thomas Barclay June 19 1785
343
1574 To June 20 1785
345
States of America
346
To Francis Maseres June 26 1785
347
To Mrs Mary Hewson June 26 1785
351
To Benjamin Vaughan July 24 1785
365
To Ruellan Co July 25 1785
366
To Jean Holker July 25 1785
367
To Ferdinand Grand July 25 1785
368
To AndreLimozin July 25 1785
370
To J Coakley Lettsom July 26 1785
371
To Madame Helvdtius July 27 1785
372
July 18
410
To Jan Ingenhousz On the Causes and Cure of Smoky Chimneys August 28 1785
413
Description of a new Stove for burning of Pitcoal and consuming all its Smoke August 1785
443
To John Jay September 19 1785
463
To George Washington September 20 1785
464
To Governor William Greene and Mrs Greene Septem ber 20 1785
465
To John Jay and Mrs Jay September 21 1785
466
To Thomas Paine September 27 1785
467
To Francis Childs October 1 1785
468
1784
475
To John Bard and Mrs Bard November 14 1785
476
To George Clinton January I 1786
477
To James Bowdoin January 1 1786
479
To Jonathan Williams January 19 1786
481
To Ferdinand Grand January 29 1786
482
Description of an Instrument for taking down Books from
483
high Shelves January 1786
486
To Jonathan Williams February 12 1786
487
To Jonathan Shipley February 24 1786
489
To Ferdinand Grand March 5 1786
493
To Benjamin Rush March 11 ? 1786
495
To Ferdinand Grand March 20 1786
497
To Thomas Jefferson March 20 1786
499
To Daniel Roberdeau March 23 1786
500
To JeanBaptiste Le Roy March 27 1786
501
To Abbé de la Roche April 1786
507
To Mrs Jane Mecoin April 25 1786
509
To Mrs Mary Hewson May 6 1786
511
To Mrs Jane Mecom June 3 1786
514
To John Franklin William Hooker Smith and John Jenkins in Council June 11 1786
515
To Charles Thomson June 18 1786
517
To Noah Webster June 18 1786
518
To Jan Ingenhousz June 27 1786
519
To John Jay July 6 1786
525
To Dr Arthaud July 9 1786
528
To Richard Price July 29 1786
529
To Benjamin Vaughan July 31 1786
530
To Mathew Carey August 10 1786
533
To William Cocke August 12 1786
535
To Ferdinand Grand August 15 1786
536
To John Jay August 24 1786
537
On Thermometers September 13 1786
538
To July 3 1786
539
To Mrs Jane Mecom September 21 1786
546
To William Hunter November 24 1786
547
To Thomas Wight Jr November 25 1786
549
To November 25 1786
550
J669 To Captain Nathaniel Falconer December 16 1786
552
To Charles Thomson January 25 1787
555
To Nevil Maskelyne March 29 1787
557
To M le Veillard April 15 1787
566
To the Marquis de Chastellux April 17 1787
567
To Messrs the Abbes Chalut and Arnaud April 17 1787
571
To JeanBaptiste Le Roy April 18 1787
575
To Abbe Morellet April 22 1787
579
To Francis Childs May 8 1787
580
To Thomas Jordan May 18 1787
583
To William Herschell May 18 1787
584
To John Adams May 18 1787
585
To George Whatley May 18 1787
587
To Mrs Jane Mecom May 30 1787
589
Speech in the Convention On the Subject of Salaries June 2 1787
590
Speech in a Committee of the Convention On the Pro portion of Representation and Votes June II 1787
595
11692 Motion for Prayers in the Convention June 28 1787
600
1693 Proposal for Consideration in the Convention for forming the Constitution of the United States June 30 1787
602
To John Paul Jones July 22 1787
604
To Caleb Whitefoord July 27 1787
605
To S Osgood and A Lee August 31 1787 606 1697 Speech in the Convention at the Conclusion of its Delib erations September 17 1787
607
To Arthur St Clair and other Delegates in Congress September 20 1787
609
To Mrs Jane Mecom September 20 1787
613
To Alexander Small September 28 1787
614
To Professor Landriani October 14 1787
617
To Gaetano Filangieri October 14 1787
618
To Ferdinand Grand October 22 1787
619
To Donatien Le Ray de Chaumont October 22 1787
620
To Comte de Buffon November 19 1787
622
To Mrs Jane Mecom December 11 1787
623
To December 15 1787
624
To Samuel Elbert December 16 1787
625
To the Printer of the Evening Herald 1787 ?
627
On sending Felons to America 1787 ?
628
To John Ross January 21 1788
630
To Samuel Osgood and Walter Livingston January311788
631
To Count de Moustiers February 10 1788
632
To Jan Ingenhousz February 11 1788
633
To the Editors of the Pennsylvania Gazette On the Abuse of the Press March 30 1788
639
To Mrs Collas April 12 1788
643
To M Le Veillard April 22 1788
648
To the Princess Dashkow May 7 1788
649
To Rev John Lathrop May 31 1788
651
To James Bowdoin May 31 1788
655
To M Le Veillard June 8 1788
657
To Dupont de Nemours June 9 1788
659
To Mathew Carey June 10 1788
660
To John Jay June 27 1788
662
To George Clinton July 10 1788
663
To Benjamin Chambers and the other Gentlemen of Cham bersburgh September 20 1788
664
To the Due de la Rochefoucauld October 22 1788
667
To JosephIgnace Guillotin October 23 1788
670
To Dupont de Nemours October 24 1788
671
To M Le Veillard October 24 1788
673
To Benjamin Vaughan October 24 1788
675
To Ferdinand Grand October 24 1788
677
To Madame Helvetius October 25 1788
679
To Don Diego Gardoqui October 26 1788
682
To Mrs Jane Mecom November 26 1788
685
To Cyrus Griffin November 29 1788
687
To William Vaughan December 9 1788
689
To Abbe Morellet December 10 1788
690
To Charles Thomson December 29 1788
693
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