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Index:Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin (1793).djvu

Works of the Late Doctor Benjamin Franklin (1793).djvu

 

CONTENTS.

  1. Life of Dr. Franklin, as written by himſelf
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    Page1-94
  2. Continuation of his Life by Dr. Stuber
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    95-149
  3. Extracts from his Will
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    149-158
  4. On Early Marriages
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    159
  5. On the Death of his Brother, Mr. John Franklin
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    162
  6. To the late Doctor Mather of Boſton
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    164
  7. The Whiſtle, a true Story; written to his Nephew
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    167
  8. A Petition of the Left Hand
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    169
  9. The handſome and deformed Leg
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    171
  10. Converſation of a Company of Ephemeræ; with the Soliloquy of one advanced in Age
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    174
  11. Morals of Chefs
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    177
  12. The Art of procuring pleaſant Dreams
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    182
  13. Advice to a young Tradeſman
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    188
  14. Neceſſary Hints to thoſe that would be rich
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    191
  15. The Way to make Money plenty in every Man's Pocket
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    193
  16. An economical Project
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    195
  17. On modern Innovations in the Engliſh Language, and in Printing
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    201
  18. An Account of the higheſt Court of Judicature in Pennſylvania, viz. the Court of the Preſs
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    208
  19. Paper: a Poem
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    213
  20. On the Art of ſwimming
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    215
  21. New Mode of Bathing
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    Page 219
  22. Obſervations on the generally prevailing Doctrines of Life and Death
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    221
  23. Precautions to be uſed by thoſe who are about to undertake a Sea Voyage
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    224
  24. On Luxury , Idleneſs, and Induſtry
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    230
  25. On the Slave Trade
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    236
  26. Obſervations on War
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    240
  27. On the Impreſs of Seamen
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    242,
  28. On the Criminal Laws, and the Practice of Privateering
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    246
  29. Remarks concerning the Savages of North America.
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    255
  30. To Mr. Dubourg, concerning the Diſſentions between England and America
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    264
  31. A Compariſon of the Conduct of the Ancient Jews, and of the Antifederaliſts in the United States of America
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    266
  32. The Internal State of America: being a true Deſcription of the Intereſt and Policy of that vaſt Continent
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    272
  33. Information to thoſe who would remove to America
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    279
  34. Final Speech of Dr. Franklin in the late Federal Convention
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    290
  35. Sketch of an Engliſh School
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    293