Table of contents for Franklin : the autobiography and other writings on politics, economics, and virtue / edited by Alan Houston.


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Acknowledgements
Introduction
Chronology
Bibliographical note
Biographical guide
A note on the texts
1. The autobiography - Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four
2. Plan of conduct (1726)
3. The nature and necessity of a paper currency (1729)
4. Apology for printers (1731)
5. Rules for a club formerly established at Philadelphia (1732)
6. Dialogue between two Presbyterians (1735)
7. Letter to Josiah and Abiah Franklin (1738)
8. Proposal for promoting useful knowledge (1743)
9. Speech of Miss Polly Baker (1747)
10. Plain truth (1747)
11. Form of the association and remarks (1747)
12. Advice to a young tradesman, written by an old one (1748)
13. Proposals relating to the education of youth in Pennsylvania
14. Observations concerning the increase of mankind (1751)
15. Letter to James Parker (1751)
16. Rattlesnakes for Felons (1751)
17. Letter to Peter Collinson (1753)
18. Letter to Peter Collinson (1753)
19. Join or die (1754)
20. Reasons and motives for the Albany Plan of Union (1754)
21. Letters to Governor Shirley (1754) with a preface of 1766
22. Preface to poor Richard improved (1757)
23. Letter to ________ (1757)
24. Letter to Lord Kames (1760)
25. On the price of corn, and the management of the poor (1766)
26. Letter to Lord Kames (1767)
27. Causes of the American discontents before 1768 (1768)
28. The Somersett case and the slave trade (1772)
29. Rules by which a Great Empire may be reduced to a small one (1773)
30. An edict by the King of Prussia (1773)
31. On a proposed act to prevent immigration (1773)
32. Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union (1775)
33. Morals of Chess (1779)
34. The Whistle (1779)
35. Letter to Joseph Priestley (1780)
36. Letter to Joseph Priestley (1782)
37. Letter to Richard Price (1782)
38. Letter to Robert Morris (1783)
39. Remarks  concerning the savages of North America (1784)
40. Letter to Sarah Franklin Bache (1784)
41. Information to those who would remove to America (1784)
42. Letter to Benjamin Vaughan (1784)
43. At the Constitutional Convention (1787)
44. Queries and remarks (1789)
45. On the Slave Trade (1790)
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790, Statesmen United States Biography, United States Economic conditions To 1865, United States Politics and government To 1775, United States Politics and government 1775-1783, Political culture United States History 18th century, Political science Early works to 1800, Political science United States History 18th century, Virtue, Social values