Observations concerning the increase of mankind,
peopling of countries, &c. . . . . .
Plan for benefitting distant unprovided countries
Concerning the provision made in China against fa-
mine * * * * * * * * * > . .
Positions to be examined concerning national wealth
On the price of corn, and management of the poor
On the labouring poor -
On luxury, idleness, and industry * * * -
On smuggling, and its various species .
Observations on war.
On the impress of seamen * * * * * * *
On the criminal laws, and the practice of privateering
On the slave trade * * * * * * . .
Account of the highest court of judicature in Penn-
sylvania—viz. the court of the press .
Causes of the American discontents before 1768
Concerning the dissensions between England and
America . * * * * * * * * *
A Prussian edict, assuming claims over Britain .
Rules for reducing a great empire to a small one,
presented to a late minister, when he entered
upon his administration . .
On sending felons to America.