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ALS : American Philosophical Society This is to acquaint you of my arrival after a Passage of five weeks and 3 Days. I left Mrs. Franklin and Mrs. Beech [Bache] well the 21st. of May and also the Governor having heard from him the Day before I saild. I have not sent your Letters at home by the Post. But shall waite on you with them as soon as I get up to London please to make my best...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This serves to acquaint you I have sent you by Captn. Sutton one barrel of Newtown Pippens, one Cask of shell Bark Hickory nutts and two Kegs of bread which I hope will come safe to hand as the ship is going a voyage that was very disagreeable to me. I have concluded to stay at home this Winter, so that I shant have the Pleasure of keeping Christmas with...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This will inform you of my Savef arrivall of Dover after a passage of 30 Days. I took my Leave of mrs. Franklin the Last Day of November in the morning when She mrs. Beach and the two Boys where all well. I hope in a few Days to have the pleashure of takeing by the hand my best Compliments to mrs. Stevenson mrs. and mr. hewson and master Temple. I am Dear...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I am Sorrey to Trouble you with aney Triflings matters of mine but as it is uncertain that I shall Return Directly to London or go Elswhere I must beg the Favor of you to Call on mr. Samuel wharton when the Grant is made for my Right for Forty Thousand acres for which he has already Received Fifty pounds Sterling of mildreed & Roberts where his order to...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I have put on shore at Dover Six Packets for you there is Some Still on board which I am Desierd to Deliver with my own hand. I Shall wait on you with them as Soon as Ever the Ship Gits up to London from Sir your most obident Humble Servant Addressed: To / Benjamin Franklin Esqr / Craven Street / London Endorsed: Capt. Falconer For Falconer, a ship captain...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I have made Bold to Send you a turtle in the Ship hannover packet Capt. Price as also two pair of Spanish Birds Called hear patriges which are much admired hear. I have Directed them to the Care of messrs mildred and Roberts of Lond[on]. I thought not proper to Let the Capt know they whear for you as I well no how matters stand with him. I hope they will...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This will inform you of my being detaind hear by Contrarey winds. I have been two Days out but obliged to put back. The Sloop manawar that has been under sailing orders Some time for Boston is Still hear wind bound as my Self and Capt. Lawrence. If you or mr. williams Should have aney occation to write by me please to Direct to me at the Fountain...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I Received yours of the 14 of Feb. by Capt. All about a week after the arrival of the London Ships the Grand Duke Gave him self some verey unbecoming aiers to me about some person that I think there Famiely are under Great obligations too. They would people hear belive that a Certain man Can Turn out pr[ime?] minnesters and put in at pleashur. Our Debate...