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The complete works, in philosophy, politics, and morals, of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin, now first collected and arranged: with memoirs of his early life, written by himself ...

Author: Benjamin Franklin
Publisher: London, J. Johnson 1806.
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Genre/Form: Tree calf bindings (Binding)
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Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
Complete works, in philosophy, politics, and morals, of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin.
London, J. Johnson [etc.] 1806
(OCoLC)844598645
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Franklin
OCLC Number: 166621242
Notes: Added title pages, with vignettes.
Description: 3 volumes frontispiece (portrait) illustrations, folded map, folded table, diagrams (some folded) 22 cm
Contents: I. Life of Dr. Franklin. Letters and papers on electricity.--II. Letters and papers on philosophical subjects. Papers on subjects of general politics.--III. Papers on American subjects before the revolutionary troubles. Papers on American subjects during the revolutionary troubles. Papers, descriptive of America, or relating to that country, written subsequent to the revolution. Papers on moral subjects and the economy of life.--Appendix: no. I. Containing papers proper for insertion, but omitted in the preceding volumes. no. II. Containing letters by several eminent persons, illustrative of Dr. Franklin's manners and character.
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