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No. Author Recipient Title Date Context
1 Franklin, Benjamin Poor Richard, 1737 1737-01-01 The World and Men to know,
2 Franklin, Benjamin Poor Richard, 1743 1743-01-01 The World is full of fools and faint hearts; and yet...
3 Franklin, Benjamin Verses from A Pocket Almanack, 1744 1744-01-01 The World goes round.
4 Franklin, Benjamin Poor Richard Improved, 1751 1751-01-01 The World’s Esteem you build, and more—your own.
5 Perkins, John John Perkins: Causes of Water Spouts, 1753 1753-01-01 ..., And Whirlwinds the Means of Conveyance. The World has been very well satisfied with these...
6 Pennsylvania Assembly Pennsylvania Assembly: Reply to the Governor, 29 … 1755-09-29 highest Folly with the greatest Wickedness. The World will judge which of these Charges is most
7 Gage, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Gage, 23 November 1755 1755-11-23 ...great Pleasure to hear from a Person, of whom The World has justly, so good an Opinion; & for...
8 Adams, John [March 1756] 1756-03-01 ...soul with a noble ardor and Emulation. The World affords no greater Pleasure. Let others...
9 Adams, John 15 Monday. 1756-03-15 ...soul with a noble ardor and Emulation. The World affords no greater Pleasure. Let others...
10 Gage, Thomas Washington, George To George Washington from Thomas Gage, 10 May 1756 1756-05-10 Affairs in this part of The World are at present at a Stand; Genl Shirley is...