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COMPRISING LETTERS, PRIVATE AND OFFICIAL, FROM
THE BEGINNING OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION TO
THE END OF THE AUTHOR'S MISSION TO FRANCE.
1775 - 1785.
To Charles J. Fox. 5 September.
To David Hartley. 6 September.
Mr. Fox. American People.
To Mrs. Mary Hewson. 7 September.
On the future Establishment of her Children.
To David Hartley. 7 September.
To John Jay. 10 September.
Quotes a Letter from America containing false Reports. –
Appeals to Mr. Jay to refute them.
From John Jay to B. Franklin. 11 September.
Refutes the Charges contained in a Letter to Dr. Frank-
lin, respecting the Part taken by the latter in Regard to
To Josiah Quincy. 11 September.
Treaty of Peace. – Depreciating Currency. False
Charges of his Enemies.
From John Adams to B. Franklin. 13 September.
From Sir Joseph Banks to B. Franklin. 13 September.
To the President of Congress. 13 September, 1783. .
Relations with Morocco. — Portugal. – English Ministers.
From David Hartley to B. Franklin. 24 September.
Concerning a Treaty of Commerce with England.
To the President of Congress. 27 September.
Enclosing a Copy of the Definitive Treaty.
To Sir Edward Newenham. 2 October. .
Dungannon Resolutions. Trade between Ireland and
To Thomas Brand Hollis. 5 October.
Eulogium of Thomas Hollis.
From the Count de Brubl to B. Franklin. 10 October.
From Samuel Cooper to B. Franklin. 16 October. .
Impost of Five per Cent agreed to by the Legislature of
To David Hartley. 16 October.
To David Hartley. 22 October.
To the President of Congress. 1 November.
Financial Difficulties of France. -- Sweden, Denmark, Por-
From Giacomo F. Crocco to B. Franklin. 25 November.
From Sir Joseph Banks to B. Franklin. 28 November. .
Ascent of a Balloon.
To William Carmichael. 15 December.
Proposed Treaty with Morocco.
To Giacomo Francesco Crocco. 15 December
To the President of Congress. 25 December.
American Commissioners. -- Signing of the Definitive Trea-
ties. - British Court. American Constitutions published
in the French Language. — Treaties with European Pow-
ers. — Paul Jones.
To Robert Morris. 25 December.
Difficulty of meeting Drafts on the public Accourt. — Sala-
ries of the American Ministers in Europe. Contingent
Expenses. — Taxation. Nature of Property in Civil So-
ciety. - The Marquis de Lafayette.
Froin John Jay to B. Franklin. 26 December.
To Thomas Mifflin. 26 December.
Dr. Franklin requests of Congress to be recalled from