To James Logan
ALS: American Philosophical Society
July 4. 49
I sent word today to N. Holland,7 that you desired to see him, and offer’d him my Horse. He sent me word, he could get a Horse in the Neighbourhood, and would wait on you.
Endorsed: Benj: Franklin July 4 1749
7. Possibly “Holland the bookbinder” who is mentioned by John Smith as doing work for the Quaker Monthly Meeting, 1749. Albert C. Myers, ed., Hannah Logan’s Courtship (Phila., 1904), p. 267.
8. See above, p. 379.
9. Walter Pope, The Life of the Right Reverend Father in God Seth, Lord Bishop of Salisbury (London, 1697), listed in Loganian Lib. Cat. Ward was Savilian professor of astronomy at Oxford, 1649–60, and the author of Astronomica Geometrica (London, 1656), also in Loganian Lib. Cat.