The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Том 3

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Macmillan, 1905 - Всего страниц: 493
 

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To Cadwallader Colden 1751
34
To William Strahan February 4 1751
39
To James Parker March 20 1751
48
To William Strahan June 28 1751
52
To Jared Eliot September 12 1751
56
To Mrs Jane Mecom October 24 1751
57
To Jared Eliot December 10 1751
58
To Samuel Johnson D D December 24 1751
61
Observations concerning the Increase of Mankind 1751
63
To James Bowdoin January 24 1752
73
To Jared Eliot February 4 1752
77
To E Kinnersley March 2 1752
78
To E Kinnersley March 16 1752
79
To William Strahan March 21 1752
81
To Cadwallader Colden April 23 1752
83
To Edward and Jane Mecora May 21 1752
89
To Samuel Johnson D D July 2 1752
91
To Susanna Wright July II 1752
93
To William Strahan August 8 1752
94
To John Perkins August 13 1752
95
To Cadwallader Colden September 14 1752
97
To Peter Collinson October 19 1752
99
Preface to Poor Richard Improved October 1752
100
To Edward and Jane Mecom November 14 1752
101
To John Franklin December 8 1752
103
To Cadwallader Colden January 1 1753
105
To John Perkins February 4 1753
107
To James Bowdoin February 28 1753
122
To Jared Eliot April 12 1753
123
To James Bowdoin April 12 1753
125
To William Smith April 19 1753
127
To Jared Eliot May 3 1753
129
To William Smith May 3 1753
131
To Richard Jackson May 5 1753
133
To William Strahan May 9 1753
142
To Joseph Huey June 6 1753
143
To Peter Collinson June 26 1753
147
To Peter Collinson September 1753
148
To James Bowdoin October 18 1753
163
To William Strahan October 27 1753
165
Preface to Poor Richard 1754 October 1753
167
To Thomas Clap November 8 1753
169
To Peter Collinson November 23 1753
171
Meteorological Observations November 1753
186
To William Smith November 27 1753
189
To Cadwallader Colden December 6 1753
190
To James Bowdoin December 13 1753
191
To Peter Collinson April 18 1754
193
To William Strahan April 18 1754
195
Papers relating to a Plan of Union of the Colonies June 1754
197
To Cadwallader Colden August 30 1754
227
To Richard Peters September 17 1754
230
Three Letters to Governor Shirley December 17 18
231
To Peter Collinson December 29 1754
241
To James Parker March 1 1755
243
To Miss Catherine Ray March 4 1755
245
Electrical Experiments March 14 1755
247
To John Lining March 18 1755
252
Physical and Meteorological Observations Conjectures and Suppositions 1753 175
254
To James Wright June 26 1755
260
To Miss Susanna Wright June 1755
261
To Peter Collinson June 26 1755
262
To M Dalibard June 29 1755
269
To James Wright July 3 1755
272
To Peter Collinson August 25 1755
273
To Peter Collinson August 27 1755
276
To Jared Eliot August 31 1755
279
To Jared Eliot September 1 1755
281
To Miss Catherine Ray September 11 1755
282
To John Hancock September 11 1755
285
To William Strahan November 27 1755
302
To William Parsons December 5 1755
304
To William Parsons December 15 1755
306
in Pensylvania November 25 1755
307
To Mrs Deborah Franklin December 27 1755
320
To Captain Vanetta January 12 1756
321
To Mrs Deborah Franklin January 15 1756
323
To Mrs Deborah Franklin January 25 1756
324
To Robert Hunter Morris Governor of Pennsylvania January 26 1756
325
To Mrs Deborah Franklin January 30 1756
326
To Mrs Deborah Franklin January 31 1756
327
To Mrs Jane Mecom February 12 1756
328
To Miss E Hubbard February 23 1756
329
To Timothy Horsefield March 1 1756
330
To Mrs Deborah Franklin March 21 1756
331
To Mrs Jane Mecom June 28 1756
333
To William Parsons June 28 1756
336
To William Strahan July 2 1756
337
To Rev George Whitefield July 2 1756
338
To William Strahan July 27 1756
340
To Thomas Pownall August 19 1756
341
To George Washington August 19 1756
343
To Miss Catherine Ray August 26 1756
344
To Peter Collinson November 5 1756
345
To Mrs Deborah Franklin November 13 1756
350
To Peter Collinson November 22 1756
351
To Peter Collinson December 19 1756
352
To Edward and Jane Mecom December 30 1756
356
To William Strahan December 31 1756
357
Plan for settling two Western Counties in North America with Reasons for the Plan 1756 1754
358
To Peter Collinson January 31 1757
366
To Robert Charles February 1 1757
367
To Mrs Jane Mecom February 21 1757
369
Report of the Committee of Aggrievances of the Assembly of Pennsylvania February 22 1757
370
To William Parsons February 22 1757
377
To Miss Catherine Ray March 3 1757
378
To Samuel Hazard April 11 1757
379
To Dr Alexander Garden April 14 1757
381
To Colonel Henry Bouquet April 14 1757
382
To John Lining April 14 1757
383
To Mrs Jane Mecom April 19 1757
391
To Mrs Deborah Franklin April 29 1757
392
To Mrs Jane Mecom May 21 1757
393
To Mrs Deborah Franklin May 27 1757
395
To Isaac Norris May 30 1757
397
To Mrs Jane Mecom May 30 1757
402
To Mrs Deborah Franklin June 2 1757
405
A Striking Sun Dial
406
The Way to Wealth Preface to Poor Richard Improved 1758 July 7 1757
407
To Mrs Deborah Franklin July 27 1757
419
To Sir John Pringle December 21 1757
425
To Sir John Pringle January 6 1758
427
To Mrs Deborah Franklin January 14 1758
428
To Mrs Deborah Franklin January 21 1758
429
To Mrs Deborah Franklin February 19 1758
430
To Thomas Hubbard April 28 1758
435
To Mrs Deborah Franklin June 10 1758
438
To the Speaker and Committee of the Pennsylvania Assem bly June 10 1758
443
To John Lining June 17 1758
446
To Mrs Deborah Franklin September 6 1758
451
To Isaac Norris September 16 1758
454
To Hugh Roberts September 16 1758
457
To Mrs Jane Mecom September 16 1758
459
To James Bowdoin December 2 1758
461
To Israel Pemberton March 19 1759
471
To David Hall April 8 1759
473
To Miss Mary Stevenson May 4 1759
478
To Dr William Heberden June 7 1759
479
To James Wright July 9 1759
483
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