Benjamin Franklin, the First Civilized American

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Index
Adams, Abigail, 292-293
Adams, Charles Francis, 174
Adams, Henry, 11
Adams, John, 1, 11, 229, 248, 251, 263, 266-268, 270-271, 273, 292, 301, 306-307, 309-310
Adams, Samuel, 213
Addison, Joseph, 16-17, 20-21, 59
Alison, 193
Allemand, Prof., 153-154
André, Maj. John, 262
Anne, Queen, 9, 17, 21
Arnold, Gen. Benedict, 247, 270
Ashburton, Lord, 230. See Dunning
Austin, Jonathan Loring, 262
Bache, Benjamin Franklin, 126, 232, 252, 310
Bache, Mrs. Richard, 125, 232, 241, 244, 252, 273, 312, 323. See first Franklin, Sarah
Bache, Richard, 231-232, 244
Bache, Richard, 2nd, 323
Bacon, Francis, 139
Bailly, Jean Sylvain, 308
Baltimore, Lord, 46
Band, the, 129
Barbara, 103, 201
Barclay, David, 240-241
Barwell, Lady, 233-234
Bates, Ben, 216-217
Beaumarchais, Pierre A. C. de, 219, 256, 259-262, 269-270
Bedford, Duke of, 187
Bell, Robert, 246
Bigelow, John, 57, 85, 115, 302
Blackmore, Sir Richard, 95
Blount, Sir Thomas Hope, 39
Bond, Dr. Thomas, 165
Boyle, Robert, 150-151
Braddock, Gen. Edward, 178-181, 185
Bradford, Andrew, 43, 49-50, 91, 106, 108, 110, 121, 146, 149
Bradford, William, 43, 49-50
Breintnal, Joseph, 88, 108
Brillon, Aldegonde de, 287-288
Brillon, Cunegonde de, 287-288
Brillon, Jouy de, 277, 283-285, 288
Brillon, Mme. d'Hardancourte, 6, 23, 57, 263, 276-289, 293-295, 317
Brissot, Jean Pierre, 316-317
Brown, Dr., 44-45
Bruce, Sen. William Cabell, 174
Bubb-Dodington, 216, 221. See Melcombe
Buffon, Comte de Georges L. L., 160
Bunyan, John, 13
Burgoyne, Gen. John, 262, 303
Burke, Edmund, 205, 207-208, 231, 242
Burnet, William, 57-58, 109
Burton, R., 13, 25
Cabanis, 290-291
Caffieri, 272
Cambray, 95
Carroll, Charles, 247-248
Carroll, Rev. John, 247, 308
Chancellor, E. Beresford, 220-221
Charles II, 46, 75
Charlotte, Queen, 210, 212, 221
Chase, Samuel, 247
Chatham, Lord, 238-240. See Pitt.
Chaumont. See De Chaumont
Christian VII, 235
Churchill, Charles, 216, 220-221
Clapham, Col., 183
Clifton, John, 166
Clinton, Gov. George, 156
Cochin, Charles Nicolas, 254, 272
Cocker, Edward, 16
Coleman, William, 87-88, 118, 120
Collins, Anthony, 11, 15
Collins, Henry Lovibond, 217
Collins, John, 19, 29, 40-41, 51, 56, 58, 61, 73, 84-85

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