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. Dr. Franklin to the Marq. de la Fayette, Mar. 14, 1781.

i. Respecting Dr. Franklin's Enemies in Ame-

rica.--the English Nation.--Monsieur la

Motte Piquet .

. $0
" to Mr. Hodgson, April 1, 1781. Abominable

Conduct of a Mr. Digges.- Peace.-Pro-

- pusals of Mediation i . - 81

to W. Carmichael, Esq. April 12, 1781. .

Respecting Dr. Franklin's Enemies in Ame-

rica.--and various Matter' ·

82

to Mons. Court de Gebelin, May 7, 1781.

On the Indian Language.--the Mariner's

Compass, &c. . -,

85

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

Constitution of Massachusetts. Mainte-

nance for the Clergy.-Scripture Phra-

· ses, fc.

. 87

to Mess. D. Wendorp and Thomas Hope

Heygher, June 8, 1781. Injustice of the

English.--New Law of Nations - 89

to W. Carmichael, Esq. Aug. 24, 1781. Dr.

F.'s Resignation refused by Congress.-Va-

rious Matter

- 90

to the Rev. W. Nixon, Sept. 5, 1781.

Means of doing much good with little Mo-

ney -
.. .

- 91

to The Hon. Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer,

. Sept. 13, 1781. . . .

to Richard Bache, Esq. Sept. 13, 1781. Dr.

- Wharton's Pamphlet on the Indiana

Claims.- Loss of Dr. F.'s Papers

to F. Hopkinson, Esq. Sept. 13, 1781. Dr.

Fi's Friends and Enemies . - .

to Edmund Burke, Esq. M.P. Oct. 15, 1781.

relative to Gen. Burgoyne and Mr. Lau-

rens ·

to Mess. Kornman, Nov. 21, 1781. Relative

..to & Claim of Relationship with Dr.

Franklin

to Gov. Pownall, Nov. 23, 1781. Relative

to Mrs. Barry.--the War.-Authority to

crent of Peace.-Mr. Hobart - 98

to Mrs. Č. Edes, Dec. 13, 1781. Relative to

Henry Laurens, Esq.- Mr. Burke.-Ge-

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neral Burgoyne

.. 99

Dr. Franklin-to Miss Laurens, Dec. 29, 1781. Relative

. to her Father's Situation

- 100

to His Excellency Gen. Washington, Apr. 2,

. 1782. Capitulation of Lord Cornwallis.

- - Introduction of Count de Segur, &c. 103

to the Chevalier de Chastelleux, Apr. 6,

. 1782. Change of Ministry in England.-

Peace.--Campaign in America.--Count

De Segur

- 104

to Gen. Washington, April 8,1782. Intro-

duction of the Prince De Broglie 106

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

Reflections on the conduct of mankind to

. ' each other. Apologue.-Experiments of

Lavoisier in

- . 107

to Dr. Shipley, Bishop of St. Asaph, June

• 10, 1782 - - - - - 110
.. .to Dr. Ingenhausz, June 21, 1782. Reflec-

tions on misunderstandings between friends.

..-M. Lavoisier's experiments. Ameri-

can affairs - - - - 112

to Miss Alexander, June 24, 1782 - 114

to Mr. Hutton, July 7, 1782. Relative to

the murder of some Moravian Indians - 115

to the Secretary for foreign affairs of the

United States, Sept. 3, 1782. The birth

of the Dauphin.-Capt. Asgill.-M. Tou-

sard. - Allowance to Mr. T. Franklin.--

Contingent expences.- Enclosures . 117

to Sir Joseph Banks, Sept. 9, 1782 - 121

10 F. Hopkinson, Esq. Dec. 24, 1782. On

the planting trees in Philadelphia.--News-

paper abuse .. .. . • 122

to the Right Hon. the Earl of Buchan,

March 17, 1783. On the acquisition of

lands, and forming Settlements in America 123

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

death of her mother.-Invitation to come

to Passy - - - - 125

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

· March 17, 1783. On the peace with

America - - - - 127

Dr. Franklin to Sir Joseph Banks, July 27, 1783. On

the return of peace - - . 128

to Brand Hollis, Esq. Oct. 5, 1783. Eulo-

gium of Thomas Hollis .

to His Excellency John Jay, Esq. Jan. 6,

1784

- - . - - 132

to Mrs. Bache, Jan. 26, 1784. On the pro-

posed order of Cincinnati.--Hereditary

nobility and descending honors

· 133

to Henry Laurens, Esq. Feb. 12, 1784. Re-

marks on the British Government - 141

to William Strahan, Esq. Feb. 16, 1784.

Suggestions as to the deplorable situation

of the British government - - 143

to Henry Laurens, Esq. March 12, 1784 144

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

1784. On the logographical mode of

printing - -

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

new method of repaying money lent · 148

to the Rev. Dr. Mather, May 12, 1784. On

his advice to the people of America - 149

to Dr. Percival, July 17, 1784. Remarks

on duelling . . . . 151

to Messrs. Weems and Gant, citizens of the

United States, July 18, 1784. On their

wish to obtain ordination - - 152 x

to Benjamin Vaughan, Esq. July 26, 1784. .,

Restraints on commerce.—Luxury and in- .

dustry

- - 155 .

to Dr. Price, August 16, 1784. Balloons.

-English constitution. --State of America 163

to the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Howe,

August 18, 1784. On receiving Captain

Cook's Voyage by order of the King - 165

to William Strahan, Esq. Aug. 19, 1784.

Inoites him to Passy.--Annihilation of

profitable places.-American congress and

the British parliament.--The late war.

General Clarke, &c. &c. - - 166,

to George Wheatley, Esq. August 21, 1784.

Tract on the principles of trade.- Found-

ling Hospital.-Double Spectacles - 172

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Dr. Franklin to * * * (supposed to Dr. Priestley) Aug. 21,

1784. General Melville.- Profession of

faith.-The old Testament - - 173

to B. Vaughan, Esq. Sept. 7, 1784. Intro-

duction of Count Mirabeau • . - 175

to B. Vaughan, Esq. April 21, 1785. On

manufactures.-Books, and loose printing 176

to an engraver in Paris, (no date) Refusing

his eulogium and dedication • • 179

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

stone.--Invitation to Passy and to Ame-

rica.-Idle stories respecting that country.

-The Emperor of Germany - .

to George Wheatley, Esq. May 19, 1785.

On sending him his medallion . • 182

to Jonathan Williams, Esq. May 19, 1785.

to George Wheatley, Esq. May 23, 1785.

Moral and philosophical reflections.-

Foundling Hospital at Paris.-Office for

nurses.-The Philadelphia Bank.-The

Cincinnati.-Constitution of the United

States.-Anecdote of three Greenlanders.

--Description of double spectacles 183

to * * * June 20, 1785. Dissuading

him from attempting crossing to England

in a balloon - . ... .191

to Baron Maseres, June 26, 1785. Results

of the American contest.-State of Ame-

rica.The Loyalists.-Confiscation of

Estates

• • 192

to Granville Sharp, Esq. July 5, 1785. Law

of Gavel-kind.- Election of Bishops.-

Abridgment of the Liturgy - · 196

to David Hartley, Esq. July 5, 1785. To

take leave on quitting Europe · 198

'to His Excellency General Washington,

Philadelphia, Sept. 20, 1785. On his

intended Bust by Houdon

Answer to the foregoing .

.1

to Mr. and Mrs. Jay, Sept. 21, 1785. An-

swer to their congratulations on his arris

val in America - - - 200

to David Hartley, Esq. Oct. 27, 1785.

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State of America

- 201

Dr. Franklin to Monsieur Mathon de la Cour, Nov. 18,

· 1785. On his Writings . • 203

to Dr. Bancroft, Nov. 26, 1785. On a pro-

posed new Edition of Dr. Franklin's Writ-

ings by Mr. Dilly.A commercial treaty

between Great Britain and the United

States

- . - - 204

-10 Dr. Shipley, Bishop of St. Asaph, Feb.

24, 1786. Various matter - - 205

· to Monsieur Le Veillard, of Passy, Phila-

delphia, March 6, 1786. On the flourish-

- ing state of America.The cardinal De

Rohan, &c. &c. - - - 209

to Mrs. Hewson, May 6, 1786. Various

matter

• 212

to Noah Webster, Esq. June 18, 1786. On

a reformed Alphabet

- 215

to William Cook, Esq. Aug. 12, 1786. On

naming the new State of FRANKLIN - -

to Colonel Hunter, Nov. 24, 1786. On the

state of America, &c. &c. - - 217

to Mr. Small, Feb. 19, 1787. Improvement

in the Common Prayer Book, &c. &c. - 219

10 Monsieur Le Veillard, April 15, 1787 - 220

to the Duke de la Rochefoucauld, April 15,

1787. Reply to his congratulations.-

State of America.-Constitution thereof.

- Death of the Duchess D'Anville.-In-

troduction of Thomas Paine - - 222

to the Marquis De Chastellux, April 17,

1787. On receiving his Travels in the

United States."--Assembly of the Nota-

bles - - - - - 225

tu Messrs. les Abbés Chalut et Arnaud, April
17, 1787

- 226

to the Marquis de la Fayette, April 17,

1787, Various matter : : - 227

to Monsieur l'Abbé Morellet, April 22,

1787. On the freedom of commerce.-

State of America - - - 229

to Mr. Jordaine, (London) May 18, 1787.

0:1 receiving his present of a cask of por-

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