Benjamin Franklin Papers

From Benjamin Franklin to [La Rochefoucauld], [18 December? 1777]

To [La Rochefoucauld]

ALS: Bibliothèque municipale de Mantes

Passy, Thursday [December 18?, 17777]

I return the Letters, having in one mark’d with Crayon the Parts I think of most Importance; and in the other with Ink the Parts that ought not to be translated. Perhaps Abridgements would be better than Translations. I leave them to your Judgement. I am with the greatest Respect your Grace’s most obedient humble Servant


[Note numbering follows the Franklin Papers source.]

7See the first note on the preceding letter.

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