Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to James Logan, 29 November 1748

To James Logan

ALS: Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Philada. Nov. 29. 1748


I received your Favour of the 9th Inst.2 with the Voyage in Search of the N.W. Passage; I have been several Times since at Kalm’s Lodgings, but never happen’d to meet with him, he being almost always in the Country. I have got the 2d Vol. of Dialogues on Education,3 which your Son Jemmey told me you once had a Desire to see. If you have not since seen it, I will send it to you. I am, with great Respect, Sir Your most obliged humble Servant

B Franklin

Endorsed: Benj: Franklin 9br. 29th 1748. Has received the voyage to Hudsons Bay of Kalm.

[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

2See above, p. 325.

3David Fordyce, Dialogues concerning Education, II (London, 1748). DNB.

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