The Works of Benjamin Franklin, Vol. I Autobiography, Letters and Misc. Writings 1725-1734
Volume 1 of a 12 volume collection of the works of Franklin edited by the New York lawyer and politician John Bigelow. The bulk of vol. 1 contains the Autobiography and a number of essays and letters written between 1724 and 1734.
The Works of Benjamin Franklin, including the Private as well as the Official and Scientific Correspondence, together with the Unmutilated and Correct Version of the Autobiography, compiled and edited by John Bigelow (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1904). The Federal Edition in 12 volumes. Vol. I (Autobiography, Letters and Misc. Writings 1725-1734).
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Table of Contents
- CONTENTS OF VOL. I
- THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY
- I: SKELETON SKETCH OF THE TOPICS FOR THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY
- 1706-1730 II
- Journal1 of Occurrences in my Voyage to Philadelphia on board the Berkshire, Henry Clark, Master, from London.
- LETTER FROM MR. ABEL JAMES, WITH NOTES OF MY LIFE (RECEIVED IN PARIS).
- LETTER FROM MR. BENJAMIN VAUGHAN.
- CONTINUATION OF THE ACCOUNT OF MY LIFE, BEGUN AT PASSY, NEAR PARIS, 1784
- CORRESPONDENCE AND MISCELLANEOUS WRITINGS
- TO SIR HANS SLOANE1
- TO MISS JANE FRANKLIN1
- V: ARTICLES OF BELIEF AND ACTS OF RELIGION
- VI: MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS
- VII: RULES FOR A CLUB ESTABLISHED FOR MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT1
- THE BUSY-BODY—NO. I1
- IX: A MODEST INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND NECESSITY OF A PAPER CURRENCY1
- X: DIALOGUE CONCERNING VIRTUE AND PLEASURE2
- XI: PUBLIC MEN1
- TO MRS. JANE MECOM1
- LETTER FROM CELIA SINGLE1
- LETTER FROM ANTHONY AFTERWIT1
- XV: SELF-DENIAL NOT THE ESSENCE OF VIRTUE1