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1 Letter from Dr. Franklin, London, to Thomas Cushing. After his treatment at the Council Board he had ceased to act as Agent. Greater opposition to the ... S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0010, S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0010
2 Letter to Lord North. Dismissing Dr. Franklin from the Post Office one of the most fortunate events for America. The Americans will set up a Post Offi ... S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0002, S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0002
3 Mr. Goddard at Boston, with Letters from Towns to the Eastward, expressing their concurrence in the establishment of a Post Office, on constitutional ... S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0009, S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0009
4 The Deputy Postmasters General of North America alarmed at the progress making to establish a new Post Office (Note) S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0015, S4-V1-P03-sp14-D0015
5 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The storm against Doctor Franklin much abated. Opinions in England on the late measures against Ame ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0019
6 A Brief Examination of American Grievances: being the heads of a Speech at the General Meeting at Lewestown, on Delaware S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0050, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0050
7 Considerations on the Measures carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in North America S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0001
8 Lord Chatham's motion to recall the Troops from Boston. Debate--Lord Chatham. Earl oF Suffolk. Earl of Shelburne. Lord Lettelton. Lord Camden. Lord Ch ... S4-V1-P04-sp03-D0002, S4-V1-P04-sp03-D0002
9 Petition from the Inhabitants of the Town and Neighbourhood of Birmingham S4-V1-P04-sp05-D0009, S4-V1-P04-sp05-D0009
10 Petition of William Bollan, Benjamin Franklin, and Arthur Lee, requesting they may be heard at the Bar of the House, on the Petition from America, off ... S4-V1-P04-sp05-D0016, S4-V1-P04-sp05-D0016
11 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The plan of the Ministry is to divide and govern, by the advantages now held out to New-York, North ... S4-V2-P01-sp03-D0007, S4-V2-P01-sp03-D0007
12 Letter from Dr. Franklin to Arthur Lee, transferring to him all the Papers of the Massachusetts Agency S4-V2-P01-sp05-D0040, S4-V2-P01-sp05-D0040
13 Letter from Dr. Franklin to his son, giving a history of his private negotiations in London, for a settlement of the difficulties between the Colonies ... S4-V2-P01-sp07-D0015, S4-V2-P01-sp07-D0015
14 Address to the Publick, in defence of Mr. Galloway and the Plan of Union between Great Britain and the Colonies, proposed by him in the late Continent ... S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0093, S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0093
15 Letter from the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts to Dr. Franklin, in London, enclosing the Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain, and the De ... S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0102, S4-V2-P01-sp15-D0102
16 Benjamin Franklin, who arrived yesterday from London, appointed one of the Delegates to the Continental Congress, Thomas Willing and James Wilson adde ... S4-V2-P01-sp18-D0011, S4-V2-P01-sp18-D0011
17 Letter from Dr. Franklin to Dr. Priestley S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0022, S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0022
18 Letters of Governour Hutchinson, lately discovered, show what a slave he has been to the Ministry. Copy of one from him to General Gage, enclosing one ... S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0049, S4-V2-P01-sp25-D0049
19 Letter from Robert Treat Paine Elbridge Gerry S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0230, S4-V2-P01-sp32-D0230
20 Letter from Doctor Franklin to Doctor Priestley. Another Petition to the Crown has been carried with difficulty. Britain has begun to burn our Seaport ... S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0028, S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0028
21 Doors to be kept shut during the time of business, and Members under the strongest obligations of honour to keep the proceedings secret S4-V2-P01-sp51-D0016, S4-V2-P01-sp51-D0016
22 Letter from the Agents, William Bollan, Benj. Franklin and Arthur Lee, dated London, February 5, 1775, laid before Congress and read S4-V2-P01-sp51-D0017, S4-V2-P01-sp51-D0017
23 Letter from the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania to General Washington. Major French and other Officers, with a quantity of clothing for the Army ... S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0037, S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0037
24 Letter from the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania to Committee of Safety for New-York S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0038, S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0038
25 Letter from the Committee of Safety for Pennsylvania to the New-York Congress S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0088, S4-V3-P01-sp03-D0088
26 Letter from Gen. Schuyler to Benjamin Franklin. The Powder sent by the Committee of Philadelphia has been received. He has thirteen hundred men, and t ... S4-V3-P01-sp07-D0017, S4-V3-P01-sp07-D0017
27 Letter from Dr. Franklin to Dr. Priestly, London S4-V3-P01-sp20-D0021, S4-V3-P01-sp20-D0021
28 Letter from Dr. Franklin to David Hartley S4-V3-P01-sp20-D0022, S4-V3-P01-sp20-D0022
29 Letter from General Greene to Governour Ward S4-V3-P01-sp22-D0084, S4-V3-P01-sp22-D0084
30 Information being given to Congress S4-V3-P01-sp40-D0009, S4-V3-P01-sp40-D0009
31 Letter from Dr. Franklin to M. Dumas: We have hitherto applied to no Foreign Power, but we wish to know if any one of them is disposed to step in for ... S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0001, S4-V4-P01-sp12-D0001
32 Letter from Arthur Lee to Benjamin Franklin: A fund for necessary expenses should be placed in London, in faithful hands, the New-England men are fitt ... S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0001, S4-V4-P01-sp28-D0001
33 Letter from Benjamin Franklin to the Pennsylvania Assembly, resigning his seat S4-V5-P01-sp02-D0040, S4-V5-P01-sp02-D0040
34 Letter from the Pennsylvania Committee of Safety to Dr. Franklin: Requesting him to take the opinion of Congress relative to the erecting a Powder Mag ... S4-V5-P01-sp02-D0098, S4-V5-P01-sp02-D0098
35 Letter from Dr. Franklin to General Schuyler: Informs him of the appointment of Commissioners to go to Canada, who purpose setting out this week S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0197, S4-V5-P01-sp06-D0197
36 Franklin S4-V5-P01-sp07-D0088, S4-V5-P01-sp07-D0088
37 Recommendations of the Baron S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0044, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0044
38 Letter from Benjamin Franklin to C. W. F. Dumas: Introducing Mr. Deane S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0137, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0137
39 Letter from Doctor Franklin to Lord Stirling: Request him to engage a Sloop at New-York to take the Commissioners to Albany, on their way to Canada S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0239, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0239
40 Letter from Dr. Franklin, requesting to be excused from attending the Assembly S4-V5-P01-sp11-D0024, S4-V5-P01-sp11-D0024
41 Letter from General Schuyler to Dr. Franklin:The Lake is open in many places S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0012, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0012
42 Letter from Dr. Franklin to President of Congress: From advices from Canada the Commissioners expect to effect but little there S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0013, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0013
43 Letter from Dr. Franklin to Josiah Quincy: Our enemies furnish us every day with new reasons for wishing an eternal separation, so that there is a rap ... S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0043, S4-V5-P01-sp15-D0043
44 Letter from C. W. F. Duress to Dr. Franklin:He has submitted his credentials and the propositions of the American Congress to the French Minister at t ... S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0004, S4-V5-P01-sp19-D0004
45 Letter from Lord Howe to Dr. Franklin: Has the most flattering hopes of proving service able in the objects of the King's paternal solicitude, by prom ... S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0079, S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0079
46 Letter from General Gates to Dr. Franklin, introducing the Chevalier de Kermovan S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0136, S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0136
47 Extract of a Letter from Cumberland, Nova-Scotia, enclosing a copy of an inlistment presented by Mr. Franklyn to the inhabitants of the County S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0141, S4-V6-P02-sp13-D0141
48 July 1, Resolution of Maryland Convention, passed 28th June, instructing their Delegates to vote for Independence S4-V6-P02-sp28-D0068, S4-V6-P02-sp28-D0068
49 Letter from Barbue Dubourg to Dr. Franklin: Is privately informed that France is raising funds for a great armament S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0033, S5-V1-P01-sp01-D0033
50 Letter from Dr. Franklin to Lord Howe: On his mission to offer pardon to the Colonies S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0387, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0387
51 Letter from Dr. Franklin to General Washington: with Joseph Belton, who has a contrivance for destroying the enemy's ships S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0426, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0426
52 Will, as far as in their power, carry the recommendation of Congress into effect, but their means are nearly exhausted, they have hardly muskets enoug ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0508, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D0508
53 Letter from Dr. Franklin to John Adams: Recommending the case of Mr. Measam to the attention of the Board of War S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1011, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1011
54 Letter from Arthur Lee to C. W. F. Dumas, dated July 6: The strange timidity of the French Court requires great patience and management S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1362, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1362
55 Letter from Silas Deane to C. W. F. Dumas, dated July 26 S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1363, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1363
56 Letter from Lord Howe to Dr. Franklin: He has no powers to negotiate a reunion with America under any other description than as subject to the Crown o ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1649, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1649
57 Letter from Silas Deane to the Committee of Secret Correspondence of Congress. His proceedings and negotiations in France S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1747, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1747
58 Letter from Silas Deane to the Committee of Secret Correspondence of Congress S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1749, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1749
59 Letter from Lord George Germaine to Governour Carleton: The proofs the Indians have already given of their fidelity, and the manifest utility which la ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1906, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D1906
60 Letter from John Fraser to Dr. Franklin: Requests permission to return to Canada, says he has been justified by every man, whatever his politicks, in ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2000, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2000
61 Letter from Dr. Franklin to General Gates: The Congress continues firmly united, arms and ammunition are also continually arriving, the French having ... S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2122, S5-V1-P01-sp06-D2122
62 Letter from Lord Howe to Dr. Franklin, appointing a meeting with the gentlemen from Congress S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0253, S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0253
63 Letter from the Committee of Secret Correspondence to the Commissioners in France: Desiring them to make immediate application to the Court of France ... S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0122, S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0122
64 Letter from Committee of Secret Correspondence to C. W. F. Duress: Dr. Franklin unanimously appointed one of the Commisoners to France, names of the m ... S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0125, S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0125
65 Letter from Committee of Secret Correspondence to Silas Deane S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0126, S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0126
66 Letter from Marine Committee to Captain Wickes: Instructions for conveying Dr. Franklin and his suite to France, and for cruising on the coast of Engl ... S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0127, S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0127
67 Extract of a letter from Dr. Franklin to D.C.: No time should be lost in fortifying three or four posts on our extended coast as strong as art and exp ... S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0193, S5-V2-P01-sp27-D0193
68 Letter from General Lee to Dr. Franklin: Recommends Monsieur Imbert, a French Engineer, to his protecticon and patronage. If America is lost, it is no ... S5-V3-P01-sp18-D0142, S5-V3-P01-sp18-D0142
69 Letter from Pliarne, Penet, S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0058, S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0058
70 Translation of the above S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0059, S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0059
71 Letter from M. Lotbiniere to Dr. Franklin (French) S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0127, S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0127
72 Translation of the above S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0128, S5-V3-P01-sp20-D0128
73 Letter from M. Lotbiniere to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0123, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0123
74 Letter from Silas Deane to Count Vergennes: Dr. Franklin's arrival in France is the common topick of conversation, and has given birth to a thousand c ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0216, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0216
75 Letter from Benjamin Franklin to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0217, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0217
76 Letter from Dr. Franklin to the Committee of Secret Correspondence S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0218, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0218
77 Letter from Silas Deane to the Secret Committee: Arrival of Dr. Franklin in France. Nothing has for a long time occasioned greater speculation than th ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0370, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0370
78 Letter from Silas Deane to C. W. F. Dumas: Arrival of Dr. Franklin in France: there is the hero, and philosopher, and patriot, all united in this cele ... S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0406, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0406
79 Extract of a letter from a gentleman at Bordeaux: The business of Dr. Franklin is a matter of much speculation among the French S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0407, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0407
80 Letter from Captain Wickes to the Committee of Secret Correspondence: Landed Dr. Franklin and his suite in good health, took two prizes on the passage S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0408, S5-V3-P03-sp01-D0408
81 Letter from Committee of Foreign Affairs to B. Franklin, Silas Deane, and Arthur Lee, at Paris: Detail of the progress and present state of affairs. T ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0219, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0219
82 Letter from M. Lotbiniere to his son S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0265, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0265
83 Letter from M. Lotbiniere to the President of Congress S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0364, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0364
84 Letter from Arthur Lee to Richard Henry Lee: We have had an audience, been received, and presented our propositions. As yet we have received no answer ... S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0365, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0365
85 Letter from Arthur Lee to the Secret Committee: Accepting his appointment as one of the Commissioners to the Court of France S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0545, S5-V3-P03-sp03-D0545