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An historical review of the constitution and government of Pensyl-
An economical project -
480 A petition to those who gave the superintendency of education 483 The handsome and deformed leg Morals of chess - -
488 The art of procuring pleasant dreams Dialogue between Franklin and the gout - - - 499 On the death of relatives . . The ephemera an emblem of human life
508 APPENDIX, NO.I.-CONTAINING PAPERS PROPER FOR IN.
SERTION, BUT OMITTED IN THE PRECEDING VOLUMES.
Letter to Sir Hans Sloane
513 Letter to Michael Collinson, Esq.
514 Letter respecting Captain Cook •
• 515 An address to the public, from the Pensylvania society for promot
ing the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlaw
fully held in bondage - - - - - - 517 Plan for inproving the condition of the free blacks . 519 Paper; a poem - - - - - - - 523 Plain truth ; or, serious considerations on the present state of the
city of Philadelphia, and province of Pensylvania . . 524 Four letters to Mr. Whatley
• • • 543 APPENDIX, NO. II,-CONTAINING LETTERS BY SEVERAL EMINENT PERSONS, ILLUSTRATIVE OF DR. FRANKLIN'S
MANNERS AND CHARACTER. Letter from the late Dr. Price to a gentleman in America - 543 Letter from Mr. Thomas Jefferson to the late Dr, William Smith, of Philadelphia
• • • • • 545 Letter from the late Dr. Joseph Priestly . . . . 547