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HIS POLITICAL PAPERS.

HIS PHILOSOPHICAL PAPERS.

HIS MORAL AND MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS.

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HIS CORRESPONDENCE.

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To Miss Catherine Ray, at Block Island. 4 March, 1775. .....414

To Miss Catherine Ray. 11 September, 1755 .

. 415

To Miss E. Hubbard. 23 February, 1756

418

On the Death of his Brother, John Franklin.

To his Wife. Nov. 13, 1756 .

418

A Humorous Rebuke.

To Lord Kames. May 3, 1760 .

419

His Lordship’s Principles of Equity – Franklin's Plan of Writing

The Art of Virtue.

To Miss Mary Stevenson. May 16, 1760 .

421

Advice in Reading.

To George Whitefield. 19 June, 1764 .

422

Trust in Providence.

To the Editor of a London Newspaper. 20 May, 1765 .

422

Satirical Defence of Newspaper Paragraphs and their False Re-

ports.

To Mrs. Deborah Franklin. June 22, 1767 .

425

State of his Affairs Proposed Marriage of his Daughter

To Miss Mary Stevenson. 14 September, 1767

426

Visit to Paris - French Women and Fashions – King and Queen

- Versailles — Paris - French Politeness Travelling.

To Lord Kames. February 21, 1769 .

431

Use of Oxen in Agriculture - Congratulations - Political Pros-

pects.

To John Alleyne. August 8,1768 .

432

On Early Marriages.

To William Franklin. Dec. 19, 1768 .

434

The Boston Resolutions — Parliamentary Anecdote.

To William Franklin. April 16, 1768 .

435

Riots in London.

To Mr. Ross, Philadelphia. May 14, 1768 .

Riots in London - Wilkes - Divisions among the Ministry, The

Church in America.

To Joseph Galloway, May 14, 1768 .

The Wilkes Riots — More Mischief Brewing - Preparations for

Return.

To Miss Mary Stevenson. October 1768

439

Advice on Family Matters.

To a Friend. 28 November

440

The Difficulties between England and her Colonies Ends of

Providence.

To Miss Mary Stevenson. 2 September, 1769 .

441

Mother and Daughter - Reason and Enthusiasm.

To Mrs. Jane Mecom. 30 December, 1770 .

On Resigning his Office Theories of Preëxistence.

To Samuel Cooper. _5 Februnry, 1771 .

Minutes of a Remarkable Conference with Lord Hillsborough.

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