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Printed in Nouvelles Expériences et observations sur divers objects de physique (Paris, 1785), pp. iii-iv; ADS (draft): Teylers Museum A SON EXCELLENCE MONSIEUR BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Ministre Plénipotentiaire des Etats-Unis de l’Amérique auprès de la Cour de France, Membre de l’Académie royale des Sciences de Paris, de la Société royale de Londres, &c. &c. Président de la Société Philosophique de...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This lettre will be delivred to you by the Countesse de Fries, a lady, to whose family I am obliged for their constant kindness and civitilities towards me. Her Husband, one of the richest and the most respectable men of Europe, establish’d here in the most extensive banking business, a protestant and a Republican, being a Swish born; being very desirous of...
ALS : American Philosophical Society You will have recieved my lettre dated Nov. 19th. with a parcel to mr le Begue Containing papers for the press. Count choteck inquired again whether his bill of exchange has been forwarded by you to America. I told him you have probably had no time to write me about it, but that I make no doubt but the commission is sent to America. From the inclosed...
ALS : American Philosophical Society I recieved your favour dated Passy Sept. 2. 1783, with an inclosed of Mr. Samuel Lewis Wharton, which Contained a bill of exchange of 8000 L. tournois. He refers to a lettre which mr. Sam. Wharton wrote to me on the 14 of April by the Way of France and on the 29 of may by the way of France, of which letters none came to right, which is probably owing to the...
ALS : American Philosophical Society This will be delivred to you by my Good friend the Prelate or Abbé Nekrep president of the oriental College at Vienna, a Gentleman much estimed here, a very good scholar and philosopher. He goes for a few weeks to Paris in pursuet of knowledge regarding his profession, and as his particular pride is to know you, I take the liberty to recommend him to your...
I was at Mr. Pelletier’s house, where they told me, that if such a legalisation could be made, it could not be but au greffe de la ville, at the town house. I thought it advisable to ask advise to Mrs. Tourton & Ravel how to proceed on that business. They told me such legalisation not being customary and by no means necessary it would be difficult to get it perform’d, and it would be even...
I took the liberty to recommend to your protection a lettre to our common Friend Benjamin Franklin, which was of great importance for me. As scarce one letter of three which Dr. Franklin or other of my american Friends have dispatched to me have come to hands, and as the same fatality befell those letters I wrote to him and to others, I should be extremily happy to be informed as soon as...
As I can make no doubt, but you will sometimes meet with a favourable oportunity of some traveller to forward this parcel, directed to Dr. Franklin, containing three books, and six copies of a pamphlet, of which the author begs you the favour of accepting a copy which accompanies the parcel, and will be delivred to you by Mr. Barrois le jeun, I hope you will, in regard to our venerable old...
Recieve my harty thanks for your kind offers to take under your care any parcel, which my old venerable friend Dr. Franklin may direct to me or I to him. Permit me to begg you one favour, viz. to send to the Imperial Ambassadour such parcels (if there should be sent any to you) which by their bulk or weight should exceed much a common letter, or of a weight above 2 or three ounces, but I...