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with Goor. Hutchinson.-First Idea of

un American Congress.--Dr. Franklin's

Justification of himself against the Charge

of Neglect, as Agent for Massachusetts. - 363

Dr. Franklin to the same, July 7, 1773. Parliament

prorogved. --The King's answer to the

American Petitions.- Proposed means of

obtaining Redress.-General Sentiments

of the people in England respecting Ame-

rica.- Capt. Calif. -Sir Francis Bernard's

Project.

367

to the Rev. Dr. Mather (Boston) July 7,

1773. Remarks on the Proceedings

against America.

374

to Dr. Cooper (Boston) July 7, 1773.

Gour. Hutchinson.-His Letters, &c.

. 376

to Govr. Franklin, July 14, 1773. Lord

North,met him at Lord Le Despencer's.

Lord Dartmouth.--Anecdote of Lord

Hillsborough.

378

to Mr. Winthorp, (Boston) July 25, 1773. 381

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, Esq. July 25,

1773. Printing of Goor. Hutchinson's

Letters.

382

to Dr. Cooper, July 25, 1773. Hutchin-

son's Letters.

383

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, Esq. August

24, 1773. Address of Massachusetts for

the removal of their Governot and Lieut.

Governor.

385

to Governor Franklin, Sept. 1, 1773.

Resolutions of the New England Town-

ships.-Project to form an Union with

Ireland.-Hutchinson's Letters.

386

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, Esq. Sept. 12,

1773. Project to avoid repealing the

American Tea Duty.--Pretended Prus-

sian Edict.

388
PRUSSIAN Evict, (enclosed in the force
going Letter)

- 389

to Governor Franklin, Oct. 6, 1773. The

Right of the British Parliament to make

Laws for America denied. Lord Mans-

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field's Opinion of the pretended Prussian

Edict. The reading of it at Lord Le

Despencer's by Paul Whitehead -

Dr. Franklin to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, Esq. Nov. 1,

1773. .Proposed Accommodation with

Great Britain. - Petition for removing

the Governors.

397

to Joseph Galloway, Esq. Nov. 3, 1773.

Supposed disposition to compose the Dif-

ferences with America. -

399

to Goy, Frauklin, Nov. 3, 1773.

401

to the Hon. Thomas Cushing, Esq. Jan. 5,

1774. Petition for the Removal of the

Governors of Massachusetts, presented by

Lord Dartmouth.-Duel between Mr.

Temple and Mr. Wheatley, on account of

Hutchinson's Letters

402

to Governor Franklin, Jan. 3, 1774. In-

sinuations respecting Mr. Galloway.

Dr. Franklin's proposed return to America.

-Mr. Temple's Duel

404

to the Printer of the Public Advertiser.

On the Rise and Progress of the Differ-

ences between Great Britain and her

American Colonies

405

to the Printer of the Public Advertiser • 414

to the same, under the signature of “A.

LONDONER."--On American Politics 415

to Dr. Priestly, Philadelphia, May 16, 1775.

State of America on Dr. Franklin's ar-

rival there

419

to the same, July 7, 1775. Conciliation

hopeless from the Conduct of Great Britain

to America

420

to the same, Oct. 3, 1775. Account of the

first Campaign made by the British Forces

in America

422

to Dr. Price, or David Hartley, Esq. Oct. 3,

1775. Situation of Affairs between Great

Britain and America

423

to M. Dumas, in Holland, Dec. 9, 1775.

: $.Urging him to sound the several Courts of

Europe, by means of their Ambassadors at

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