1Record of Service in the Assembly, 1751–64 (Franklin Papers)
...present of tea, sugar, biscuit, cheese, wine, ham, rice, raisins, and similar foods sent to...
2Poor Richard Improved, 1754 (Franklin Papers)
For three Dozen of Hams, take common Salt, and Sugar, twelve Pounds of... ...the Hams after it...Hams
3From George Washington to James Innes, 17 July 1755 (Washington Papers)
...he is employed.” The supplies consisted of 12 hams, 8 cheeses, two dozen flasks of oil,...
4Pennsylvania Assembly: Reply to the Governor, 29 September 1755 (Franklin Papers)
...bottle “Flour of Mustard,” 2 “well-cur’d” hams, 6 dried tongues, 6 lbs. rice, and 6...
5Memorandum respecting the Militia, 4 May 1756 (Washington Papers)
...in those parts but more especially Captn Swearing⟨ham⟩ wd choose as the most convenient for...ham
6From Benjamin Franklin to Deborah Franklin, 10 June 1758 (Franklin Papers)
...for my self and Friends, some of your small Hams, and some Cranberries. Billy is of the Middle...
7To Benjamin Franklin from Samuel Salt,  (Franklin Papers)
...and Shall be proud to See you at Bir[ming]ham but Should with a grate dale more Plesure had I...
8To Benjamin Franklin from Isaac All, 12 March 1765 (Franklin Papers)
[Ham]burgh 12th. March 1765
9To Benjamin Franklin from Isaac All, 30 April 1765 (Franklin Papers)
[Ham]burgh 30th. April 1765
10Gottfried Achenwall: Some Observations on North America from Information of Dr. Franklin, [July 1766] (Franklin Papers)
..., has indeed a good flavor, and a bear-ham is considered in the colonies very good game....